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Central team lands in Jaipur for probe
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Central team lands in Jaipur for probe

The Union health ministry has taken cognizance of ‘unethical’ clinical trials on humans at Malpani Hospital in Jaipur. So much so, that two days after the matter came to light, a probe team comprising experts from the Union health ministry reached ... DNA, 2 days ago
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CBSE encrypts question papers to deal with leaks

Facing flak over paper leaks, the Central Board of Secondary Education on Monday put in place a ‘leak-proof’ system of “encrypted” question papers, which are supposed to be printed by the schools. With just one dummy run, the system was implemented on Monday and it faced multiple glitches. The CBSE sent a confidential note to all examination centres in Delhi on Saturday, which carried a set of 10 instructions to be followed to introduce the new system.   “In ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago CBSE paper leak: Board announces re-exam; HRD initiates probe  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Now, CBSE files police complaint in alleged case of paper leak  DNA1 month ago
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Cong raises questions about portal promoted by 13 union ministers to debunk 'fake news'

The Congress has lashed out at the Central government for promoting a ‘lame duck portal’ that claims to identify fake news. "Fascism reaches its ‘nadir’ as a shaky Modi Govt, caught in its web of lies, seeks to muzzle all independent ...
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Mumbai sees first edition of Women of India Organic Festival

Mumbai is hosting the first edition of ‘Women of India Organic Festival’ at the World Trade Centre, which was inaugurated on Friday by Juhi Chawla, Vidya Thakur, Pankaja Munde, and Madhu Shah. This festival has been organised on an annual basis in ...
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Labour reforms move a step ahead; outsiders can now become TU leaders

The Centre has, however, retained its proposal to curb flash strikes as workers in all factories will be required to give employers a strike notice of at least two weeks after the Bill becomes a law. The Union government has dropped a proposal to allow only employees working in factories becoming office-bearers of trade unions in those units.   The government had proposed the move in the Code on Industrial Relations Bill, 2015, in an attempt to keeping a check on “politicisation of ...
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'A rape is a rape, don't politicise such issues'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the ‘Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath’ programme in London also said that people have more expectations from his government because they know that it can deliver. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said days of incremental change are over and Indians have become more aspirational under the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government at the Centre, taking a dig at the previous governments and their governance of making people dependent on the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago DMK wrests Cauvery initiative  Rediff.com2 weeks ago BJP gives Congress a ‘mouthful’ over its pre-fast ‘feasting’  DNA2 weeks ago Moily's tweet points to a deeper problem in Karnataka Congress  catchnews.com1 month ago
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Infy whistleblower questions U-turn on Panaya

‘Where is the board’s accountability in this whole transaction? The members of the earlier board who participated in approving and defending these acquisition are still in the current board,’ the whistleblower said in a mail sent to US SEC and Sebi.  Infosys CEO Salil Parekh (right), COO Pravin Rao (centre) and CFO M D Ranganath during the announcement of the annual financial results of the company at its headquarters in Bengaluru on Friday. Photograph: PTI Photo. A ...
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No conflict of interest, clarifies Deepak Kochhar

‘When Pinnacle Trust bought the stake of Supreme Energy, it included a liability of Rs 640 million. The purchase was at a fair market value (prevailing price) of Rs 8.80 per share,’ Deepak Kochhar said in a telephonic conversation with Business Standard.  When Deepak Kochhar’s Pinnacle Trust bought the stake held by Venugopal Dhoot’s Supreme Energy in NuPower in 2010, the deal came with a liability of a Rs 640 million loan.  Kochhar, currently managing director ...
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Journalists could lose accreditation permanently for fake news: Centre

The Press Council of India and News Broadcasters Association, the two regulatory bodies for print and television media respectively, will determine whether the news is fake or not.  IMAGE: As per the guidelines, f the publication or telecast of fake news is confirmed, the accreditation of that journalist would be suspended for a period of six months in the first violation and for one year in case of a second violation. In case of a third violation, his or her accreditation would ...
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Defunct Chinese space lab plunges back to Earth

'The location was the central part of the southern pacific and most part of the Tiangong-1 was burnt up on the re-entry.' A defunct, uncontrolled Chinese space laboratory disintegrated under intense heat as it re-entered the Earth's atmosphere on Monday and its debris caused ‘no harm’ as it plunged to a watery grave in the South Pacific, Chinese officials said. The eight-tonne Tiangong-1 was mostly burnt up when it entered the Earth’s atmosphere in the central region of the ...
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