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Peshawar: Sikh community joins Muslims to distribute 'iftari'

At Aasia Gate, Sikh businessman Sahib Singh has set up a stall outside his medicine shop to dole out sweet-drinks, 'lassi' and food to fasting Muslims. DNA, 1 month ago

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Bangalore Health Festival turns out a one-stop shop for medical needs

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has stressed the need for strengthening the government's involvement in community health programmes and healthcare access for all. He was speaking at the Bangalore Health Festival that kicked off on Thursday. A dance skit ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Serving govt doctors see red over online bidding for specialists

The Karnataka Government Medical Officers' Association (KGMOA) has questioned the state government's move to invite online bids for contractual positions of specialist doctors for state-run hospitals in various districts. The online bidding process is seen as ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Low-key Eid celebrations in Darjeeling

The Darjeeling Hills today witnessed low-key Eid celebrations amidst the 12-hour window given to the Muslim community to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on the twelfth day of the indefinite shutdown. People offered prayers at local mosques and as a sign of solidarity ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Darjeeling remains incident-free, witness low-key Eid celebration  DNA3 weeks ago Darjeeling remains incident-free, low-key Eid celebration  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Ham operators pick up suspicious 'cross border conversation' of GJM activists

Ham radio operators working with the security forces to track down radio communications of underground Gorkha Janamukti Morcha leaders have picked up 'suspicious and coded signals' of the activists to other countries and states. The security forces and intelligence agencies first got the clue that the GJM was using radio signals as a mode of communication when two radio sets were seized during the June 15 raid on the premises of some GJM leaders. It was ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Self-medication misuse looming large in Middle East

There is a massive problem of self-medication misuse in the Middle East, according to a recent study.The findings indicated that the need for better patient and physician education, as well as improved policies that restrict sales of prescription medications ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Multinationals need to create local opportunities: Nadella

Microsofts India-born chief Satya Nadella has said that multinational companies need to give back to local communities and generate businesses for them to ensure long-term growth at a time when politicians from major countries are harping on nationalism. "Any ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Almost 10,000 Yazidis 'killed or kidnapped in ISIS genocide', says study

As many as 9,900 members of Yazidi community have been "killed or kidnapped in ISIS genocide," yet the true scale of the genocide during the brutal sweep by the ISIS through Iraq may never be known as thousands remain in captivity, a study says.The study ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Rohingyas in capital dread coming months

It has been five years since over 1,00,000 Rohingyas, a Muslim community from Rakhine in Myanmar, had to flee persecution in their country and take refuge in other South Asian countries. This wave of exodus brought 48 Rohingya families to Delhi, who now live ...
 DNA2 months ago

Proposed MZP bandh put off in Mizoram

Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP), the apex Mizo students' body, has put off its proposed indefinite bandh after reaching an agreement with the state government that no Chakma students would be admitted in medical colleges under Mizoram quota. The MZP had given a call ...
 Business Standard1 day ago
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