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Drug price control covers too little, riddled with loopholes

The price caps imposed by the Indian government on 348 drugs earlier this year have created only an illusion of control, keeping many medicines for conditions ranging from asthma to diabetes and heart disease beyond price regulations, experts said today. ...   | Read..
 

‘Very strong’ defence of Tejpal

Tarun Tejpal has the right to very, very strong defence, Tehelka managing editor Shoma Chaudhury said today. ...   | Read..
 

Only poles, no power in Paan Singh village

Even the hype of being Paan Singh Tomar’s birthplace isn’t enough to light up this village, so what if Shivraj Singh Chouhan has promised to take electricity ...   | Read..
 

JFK stamp on a boy who missed him

Shukoor Ahmed was only a year old when John F. Kennedy died on this day 50 years ago. By the time this Indian American was 10 years old, two iconic figures had made lasti...   | Read..
 

Congress lobs snoop questions at Modi

The Congress today alleged that the snooping controversy in Gujarat was the outcome of a “close relations” triangle involving chief minister Narendra Modi, an...   | Read..
 
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Dealer who bought ATM victim’s stolen phone arrested

Investigators of Tuesday’s murderous machete attack on a woman during a robbery bid in a ...   | Read..

PM glare on US ‘pivot’

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has for the first time flagged concerns over instability around I...   | Read..
 

Sheila hints at central role

Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit today hinted at the possibility of a bigger role for herself post the 2014 Lok Sabha...   | Read..

Congress joins ‘crime’ chorus

The Congress today said it followed a policy of “zero tolerance” on exploitation of or atrocities on women, ...   | Read..

Karnataka minister quits over mining row

A Karnataka minister today resigned over charges that he was involved in illegal mining in the state....   | Read..

Helen kills 2

Two persons were killed as Cyclone Helen hit the Machilipatnam port town in Krishna district this afternoon and weakened...   | Read..

Harass stink at film fest

A student of Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University, working as a programming assistant at the ongoing International Film...   | Read..

Lay care helps mentally ill

Trained health workers and even schoolteachers can provide effective care to patients with an array of mental disorders ...   | Read..

IIT-K plans research park in Calcutta

IIT Kharagpur is planning to set up a dedicated research park in Calcutta for projects on technology development for ind...   | Read..