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PMO blocks drug centre scheme

In what could have been a boost to the “Jan Aushadhi Scheme”, the proposal to open 1,000 centres under the scheme for providing quality medicines at an affordable price in the government-run hospitals

Nestle pays Ambuja Cements Rs 20 crores to destroy Maggi packets

(Representational Image)

On June 5, FSSAI banned Maggi

Centre to hold meet on Rohingya

In the backdrop of reports of more than one lakh Rohingya Muslims settling in India, the Centre has convened a meeting of top officials of seven states, including UP and Jammu and Kashmir, on July 20

Enforcement Directorate rejects Rahat’s plea for video questioning

In a significant development, the Enforcement Directorate (ED), which is investigating the alleged foreign exchange violations by the Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, has turned down his request

Turkish Airlines flight makes emergency landing at Delhi airport after ‘bomb threat’

According to reports, the flight, which was plying between Bangkok and Istanbul, received a bomb threat. (Photo: ANI)

All security agencies have been put on high alert

FSSAI to review caffeine standards

Keeping in view the ill effects of caffeinated and energy drinks on the health, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has initiated a study on consumer behaviour and consumption pat

2 e-visas in one year to traveller

Top MHA officials said foreigners with specific business interests, which demand long periods of stay and repeated visits, will need to apply for specific “business visas”.

Government talks of crop contingency plans to tackle rain failure

Total area sown under kharif crops has climbed to 306.06 lakh hectares (Representational image)

Total area sown under kharif crops has climbed to 306.06 lakh hectares

The latest controversy over Air India reminds me of Singapore Airlines (SIA) dropping out of the bidding in 2001 when the national carrier hoped that partial privatisation would raise enough money to

For rational people, if this breed actually exists other than in the imagination of economists, the most logical way out of the Grexit logjam was for Greece to vote “yes, we can”.