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Journalist Chitra Subramaniam takes Manipal Hospitals to court for alleged medical negligence
DNA

Journalist Chitra Subramaniam takes Manipal Hospitals to court...

Opposite parties include Dr. Murlidhar Rao and an Indian subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. DNA, 2 months ago
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Nirbhaya to Jisha: Nothing really changes, does it?

I have outraged too much in the past like many others, which hasn’t gotten us anywhere. Rapes have merely become statistics in our country, best meant for research reports and discussions at conferences, says Devanik Saha. Kerala is filled with grief over the brutal rape and murder of Jisha, a 30-year-old law student, with the post-mortem report revealing that her intestines had been taken out with a sharp object -- bringing back horrific memories of the Nirbhaya gang-rape incident in ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

BRP Bhaskar: Another scandal playing out

Exclusive to The Gulf Today The raging controversy over the Agusta Westland bribery brings to mind the Bofors scandal which reverberated in India's political space for a quarter century before petering out with the bribe-takers getting away ...
 The Gulf Today3 days ago
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TN Elections 2016: Jaya's vanishing sheen, and that one big change

The Tamil Nadu poll landscape may look a bit too crowded and somewhat confusing at first sight. Never before have so many thrown themselves into the ring proclaiming themselves to be chief ministerial contenders. But it is not the kaleidoscopic politics or ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

If police entry in JNU was a no-no, how is it okay in the NIT campus in Kashmir?

Ostrich-like secularists harm national interest by condoning treachery in Valley Where have all the secularists gone! Even if you grant that Kashmiri students of the Srinagar-based National Institute of Technology had the right to celebrate the ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago NIT trouble: Where have all the secularists gone?  Sunday Guardian Live3 weeks ago
Times of India

IIMCAA holds meet in Bengaluru, Hyderabad

BENGALURU/HYDERABAD: The Indian Institute of Mass Communication's alumni association (IIMCAA) held its meeting in Bengaluru and Hyderabad over the weekend. Connections 2016, which started with a meeting in Delhi on February 21, continued its journey ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Investigative journalism : The need of the hour

Thoudam Imomacha Singh * The term investigative journalism was born very late in the history of journalism all over the world. As late as the 19th and 20th centuries we had not come across this type of investigative writings, very often. But, it ...
 E Pao1 month ago

Fifth column: When the kleptocracybegan

It pleased me to hear the Finance Minister mention Ottavio Quattrocchi in Parliament last week. Not just because it might stop Rahul Gandhi from chanting fair and lovely every five minutes, but because Q is an important reminder of the exact moment ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
DNA India

Kanhaiya Kumar v/s Jhanvi Behal: Mixed reaction on Twitter to 15-year-old challenger

Jhanvi Behal, who took social media by storm by challenging JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar to an open debate, has ignited a new debate. On Twitter, people are divided over whether it's proper for a 15-year-old girl to take part in a political ...
 DNA India1 month ago
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