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TB medicines may lead to liver failure

Unmonitored intake of tuberculosis medicines could lead to acute liver failure.

CBI chief may get extension

Even as the Modi government has initiated the process for selecting the next chief of the country’s premier investigating agency, the CBI, speculation is rife that the current incumbent, Ranjit Sinha,

Water, sewerage projects in illegal colonies fast-tracked

Lakhs of people living in unauthorised colonies across the city would finally have water and sewerage facilities as the Delhi Jal Board is clearing up a range of projects.

Petrol price cut by Rs 2.41, diesel Rs 2.25

State-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs) on Friday cut the petrol price by Rs 2.41 a litre and diesel by Rs 2.25 per litre on the back of falling international oil prices.

Rahul Gandhi meets leaders in small groups for talks

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is again going back to basics, interacting with party leaders in smaller groups for the revival of the party following its crushing defeat in the Lok Sabha electio

Kiran Bedi proposes 6Ps concept for women safety

UNIC national information officer Rajiv Chandran, former IPS officer Kiran Bedi and UNIC director Kiran Mehra-Kerpelman. -BUNNY

Former IPS officer Kiran Bedi suggested that all stakeholders should come together to ensure wholesome security for women.

Congress ends Jharkhand Mukti Morcha alliance

The Congress has decided to go alone in the coming Jharkhand Assembly polls after calling off its alliance with the JMM after sharing power with the latter for more than a year.

Japan puts Sensex on high

Sensex up 519 points in a new record; Nifty gains 100 points in 5 hours

Petrol and diesel cut; BSE, Nifty at new high

The state-owned oil marketing companies on Friday cut petrol price by Rs 2.41 a litre and diesel by Rs 2.25 per litre on the back of falling international oil prices.

Core sector grows in slow motion

India’s infra growth slowed down to an eight-month low of 1.9 per cent in September due to fall in output of crude oil, natural gas, refinery products and fertiliser.

For those younger Pakistanis born in the 1990s and later, the country’s growing dysfunctionality and its slipping further behind in the global comity of nations across a wide front, has seemed to be t

Now that the protests are fizzling out, it’s worth asking what exactly they managed to accomplish. I see two major effects.