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'Generic' diktat to doctors raises queries
The Medical Council of India has asked doctors across the country to prescribe medicines only using ... | Read
Thermocol shield sinks
Strong and gusty winds have stymied a state government experiment to try and cut water losses throug... | Read
Students see NET ruse
A student organisation today threatened to mobilise students from across the country to launch an Oc... | Read
Kannada groups to allow Bahubali
Pro-Kannada groups today decided to allow the release of Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, accepting Tamil... | Read
Delhi cops grill Dinakaran
Delhi police today quizzed T.T.V. Dinakaran, nephew of the jailed Sasikala whose AIADMK Amma faction... | Read
Kejriwal complaint
The Delhi BJP today filed a police complaint against Arvind Kejriwal, saying the chief minister had ... | Read
Two held in Munnar cross row
Two persons were arrested after a five-foot wooden cross, installed on government land at Pappathich... | Read
City lizards 'talk' less, run faster
As a six-year-old child, Maria Thaker chased garden lizards to hold them in her hands, a game she re... | Read
Modi-baiter to backer in a day
Those who think credibility is still a virtue in politics should take note. | Read
Caregiver leave at Microsoft
Microsoft India today said it had enhanced all types of paternal leave benefits and introduced a fam... | Read
Grandson assaults envoy mom
The 86-year-old mother of Indian ambassador to the US Navtej Sarna was assaulted by her maternal gra... | Read
Scrutiny on stent set for exit
Health-care company Abbott has cited economic reasons for its decision to withdraw from India a coro... | Read
FIR omission no hurdle, says SC
The Supreme Court has ruled that even people not mentioned in the FIR can be convicted of the crime ... | Read
Katiyar in veiled attack on Modi
A BJP parliamentarian who played a key role in the Ayodhya movement but has since been sidelined has... | Read

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