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Friday , August 3 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Mammography risk glare on 40-plus campaign

Mammography may benefit some women but harm an even greater number, according to sections of medical researchers concerned about campaigns urging women in their 40s or older to undergo periodic screening for breast cancer. ...   | Read..

Fast yields to appetite for politics

Anna Hazare and his team today decided to call off their indefinite fast and focus on providing a “political alternative” by joining electoral politics, appar...   | Read..

Grid discipline & isolation key to uninterrupted power supply

On a cold, foggy morning in Delhi just after New Year 2002, the temperature was close to zero. I was the Union power secretary. Around dawn, I got a grim telephone message fro...   | Read..

Team Ambitious, carps BJP

Even before Team Anna hinted at reinventing itself as a political alternative today, BJP leaders feared the worst....   | Read..

Blast victim’s bag felt ‘heavy’

Pune police today detained six persons for the four low-intensity blasts last evening, among them the lone victim Dayanand Patil who suffered minor injuries....   | Read..
Rajesh Khanna’s son-in-law and actor Akshay Kumar recently met information and broadcasting minister Ambika Soni to push for a retrospective of the fi ...  | Read
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Harvard trip for Jaipur Foot

The Jaipur Foot has helped thousands walk again. Now, it is set to teach some of the world̵...   | Read..

Wanted: patron to bid for India

The government will have to begin looking for a wealthy philanthropist the next time one of Mah...   | Read..

Violence mars CPM hartal in Kerala

Arson and violence marred the CPM’s dawn-to-dusk hartal in Kerala today to protest the arrest of party strongman P...   | Read..

Denied entry, teen sues medical school

An 18-year-old aspiring doctor has taken one of the country’s top medical schools to court for denying her admissi...   | Read..

Dean under lens to head IIT

A panel headed by minister Kapil Sibal has selected an IIT Kharagpur professor indicted by the CBI in an alleged irregul...   | Read..

Letter threat to Kashmiri Pandits

A letter purportedly from a militant group has asked Kashmiri Pandits living in the Valley to leave the place in a week ...   | Read..