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Snapdeal sifts vanity and sanity
Snapdeal, one of the unicorns that played a role in changing the shopping habits of many Indians, ha... | Read
UGC pay hike plan
The UGC today recommended a 20 per cent pay hike for university and college teachers. | Read
C-section test for hospitals
The Centre today received a citizens' petition to direct hospitals and nursing homes across India to... | Read
'Adopted son' left holding the baby
First, they measured his chest, inch by inch. Then they kept asking when they would get Rs 15,000 ea... | Read
Balan film runs into subsidy hitch
Bollywood producer Mukesh Bhatt, whose company Vishesh Films is producing Begum Jaan, the first big-... | Read
Graft home truth for police
Vigilance investigation bureau director-general Ravinder Kumar today dropped a bombshell, stating th... | Read
Child falls in boiling water at school kitchen, dies
A six-year-old girl died today after falling into a large pot filled with boiling water at a governm... | Read
Clean-up order to factories
The Supreme Court has ordered the closure of all industrial units that fail to set up primary efflue... | Read
Naveen rebuts change talk
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today asserted that the outcome of the just-concluded panchayat polls ... | Read

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