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India to have online registry of hepatitis patients

Finding that hepatitis was 28 times more dangerous than AIDS due to the absence of symptoms, even as the disease spreads gradually in the patient, a online data registry will be created to keep proper

Government mulls onion import, subsidy to tide over shortage

With vegetables prices — especially onions — witnessing a spike in recent days, the city administration is holding consultations on the issue of onion subsidy as well as opening of retail points to in

Conspirators and cowards leak, I’m neither: Shashi Tharoor

Shashi Tharoor  looks on during the monsoon session at Parliament House- PTI

Writing to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi about his detractors in the party and their agenda, former Union minister Shashi Tharoor has complained to her that his “sincere” services to the party have “nei

CBI books JD-U MLA Anant Singh

The CBI on Saturday registered a case against JD(U) MLA Anant Singh for alleged cartelisation and ring formation during award of contracts in National Thermal Power Corporation in Barh (Bihar).

In surprise move, Class 12 toppers line up for SOL

In a surprising move, a student with a perfect hundred score in the best four in Class 12 has taken admission in the Delhi University’s School of Open Learning.

Rajya Sabha disrupted for 9th consecutive day

Rajya Sabha continued to get disrupted for the ninth consecutive day since the Monsoon Session of Parliament began on July 21.

Delhi DCPs are empowered to buy drones

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Surveillance of each of the 11 police districts in Delhi will soon be done by unmanned aerial vehicles.

PSU banks to get Rs 70,000 crore fresh capital in next 4 years

Rs 25,000 crore capital will be  allocated through three tranches

Fresh fund infusion to boost GDP growth

‘No special category status to states’

With Bihar headed for Assembly elections in a few months, the government on Friday informed Lok Sabha that it is not considering any proposal for granting special category status to any states.

Lately, I have been feeling that I am part of a dwindling minority that has the ability to differentiate between colours since most people in my city, Mumbai, seem rather deficient in this regard.

Nineteen-year-old Naina was made to take the place of her mother who had died of tuberculosis in 2004.