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Government health insurance for people below poverty line in I...

Neeraj Sood , associate professor 1 2 3 , Eran Bendavid , assistant professor 4 5 , Arnab Mukherji , associate professor 6 , Zachary Wagner , PhD student 7 , Somil Nagpal , senior health specialist 8 , Patrick Mullen , senior health specialist 8 1 ... British Medical Journal, 5 days ago
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Making students stress free without medicines

Stanford student Nitya Kanuri believes that a phone-based, anxiety assessment app built in the US can help Indian students manage their stress levels better. According to what Nitya Kanuri had studied, stress is the precursor to most illnesses. Which is why this Stanford student, who is particularly interested in the subject, decided to help students deal with it, first here and then in India. She had seen the damage that stress and depression, that other horseman of the mental apocalypse, can ...
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The participants EXPERIENCED, EXPLORED and ENGAGED with an eclectic mix of International and Indian speakers who inspired them to break boundaries with innovative ideas. The talks were interspersed with cutting edge performances by renowned ...
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Charges against Indian CWG officials dropped

Charges of drunken driving against Indian Olympic Association secretary-general Rajeev Mehta and sexual assault on wrestling referee Virender Malik during the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have been dropped due to lack of evidence, according to reports. The charges against both the Indian officials were dropped and the matter did not come up for hearing at the Sheriff's Court, according to an Indian High Commission official. The decision to let off the two officials came as ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Interview: Modi's India Could Be a 'Less Caring Society,' Says Stanford Scholar

Narendra Modi addresses a victory rally in Ahmedabad on May 21, 2014. (Narendra Modi Official/Flickr) To say the least, India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a polarizing figure: depending on who you talk to, he's either a messiah for the ...
 AsiaSource1 month ago

Indian Engineers SET to Go Places

With the falling rupee struggling to appreciate against the dollar, students with hopes of studying abroad, especially the US or the UK, may not have it easy. There are entrance tests to be cleared to convince universities abroad of the worth of our ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago
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Indian board strikes back

SNS & AGENCIES Mumbai/New Delhi, 5 September: The Board of Control for Cricket in India today rubbished Ian Botham's criticism of the Indian Premier League, saying he had no locus standi, and advised him to get his facts right before talking. ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Botham should get his facts correct: BCCI secretary  Pakistan Today1 week ago Paid $10 Mn to Other Boards for IPL: BCCI Tells Botham  Outlook India1 week ago BCCI Slams Ian Botham for Hitting Out at IPL  NDTV1 week ago
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Rajendra K. Srivastava | Connecting the leaders of India and Singapore

Singapore: There is little doubt that India-Singapore ties are growing stronger with each passing year. In 2013, India was Singapore's 11th largest trading partner and 12th largest export destination, with total trade volume of 25.5 billion ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago Maths ‘Nobel’ for Indian-origin Princeton professor  Asian Age1 month ago Indian-origin Mathematician Manjul Bhargava bags Nobel prize  India Today1 month ago Indian-origin academic wins 'Nobel Prize' of maths  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Tale of heart transplant in India: Alarming or Alluring?

Though success stories have made heart transplant programmes quite alluring for patients, non availability of donors, lack of awareness, cost of surgery and need for lifelong supportive drugs have acted as deterrents of this last line treatment for ...
 Express Healthcare Management5 days ago

Historian nonpareil

Professor Bipan Chandra, the outstanding historian of modern India who passed away on August 30, did not just produce brilliant historical analyses based on research and erudition, but he also provided his readers with a whole new Weltanschauung, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
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