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Diabetes reversal hope

Some patients with diabetes may reverse the disease and celebrate long-term remission through drastic weight loss, a team of British doctors said today, challenging the conventional management of...   | Read..
 

Church appeals to PM against CM

A month after the Jharkhand Assembly passed an anti-conversion law, the Catholic Bishops Council of India - the apex body of Roman Catholic Christians in the country -...   | Read..
 

Foreign funds bar on DU, IIT

Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi University, IIT Delhi and the Supreme Court Bar Association are among several hundred organisations that have been barred by the Centre...   | Read..
 

Scholarship hike and tweak

The Centre is set to double the scholarship amount for meritorious students from marginalised sections and increase the parental income eligibility criterion for the aid,...   | Read..
 

Shah keeps Kerala BJP waiting

The question lingering in the minds of many a BJP worker in Kerala - what its president Amit Shah is doing in Mamata Banerjee's Bengal instead of being in Kannur - is a...   | Read..
 

EC defends Nota option

The Election Commission of India today defended in the Supreme Court its decision to use the Nota (None of the Above) option for the Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat, saying...   | Read..
 

Roadshow diplomacy returns before polls

Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertook an 8km open jeep ride with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe through Ahmedabad today, waving to kimono-draped girls cheering for...   | Read..
 

Pellets' collateral damage: Kashmir law-keepers

Pellets have exacted a terrible toll in Kashmir, not sparing even those in uniform.   | Read..
 

Varnika father 'shunted'

The Haryana government has transferred Varnika Kundu's father Virender Kundu from the tourism to the science and technology department, a relatively low-key posting.   | Read..
 

Cong turns oil price 'terror' gun on Modi

The Congress today asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi whether "economic terrorism", the term coined by him for the Manmohan Singh government in the context of...   | Read..
 

SC to hear school case shift plea

The Supreme Court will hear on September 18 a plea by two arrested officials of Ryan International School seeking transfer of the trial relating to the murder of a...   | Read..
 

Arrest shield for Ryan trustees

Bombay High Court today extended till tomorrow the interim protection from arrest granted to the trustees of Ryan International Group, even as the father of the...   | Read..
 

Citizenship to a lakh refugees

The Narendra Modi government today decided to grant citizenship to over one lakh Chakma and Hajong refugees, who are Buddhists and Hindus, in the Northeast amid growing...   | Read..
 

JNU gender committee

JNU registrar Pramod Kumar has issued a circular saying elections to the varsity's Gender Sensitisation Committee Against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH) - a watchdog that has...   | Read..
 
Over 1,000 protesters gathered at Delhi's Teen Murti Marg on Wednesday demanding refuge for Rohingyas fleeing action by Myanmar.   | Read..
 
 
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