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Safety in app-based taxi under SC lens

The Supreme Court on Thursday decided to examine the issue of women's safety in app-based taxis and other public transport systems. After being told that the regulation of internet-based taxi operators and other public transport systems was criticial in the ... Deccan Herald, 5 days ago

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Remembering Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi Jayanti has since past few years taken a totally new dimension and meaning. Now, it is not about enjoying a day off from work, but to actually get going in pursuit of one of the many ideals propounded by Gandhi— Cleanliness is next to ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

WATCH: India tops health robotics, Delhi engineer develops world's smallest, cheapest ventilator

A young Delhi engineer has developed the world's smallest ventilator. Diwakar Vaish, 25, in collaboration with the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences has developed the pocket ventilator, which also happens to be the cheapest across the globe. At cost of ...
 DNA1 month ago
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This new ventilator will fit in your pocket!

Patients required to stay on ventlators for the long term can now breathe easy -- AIIMS, in collaboration with a private company, has developed an advanced portable ventilator, so small it can slot right into your pocket. The ventilator can run on natural air ...
 DNA1 month ago

'7-yr jail for child marriages too harsh'

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that it will be too harsh to apply the minimum punishment of seven years jail as mandated under the rape laws to the cases of child marriages. The apex court said such marriages are voidable, but not void. It, however, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Larger CIC bench to hear complaints against 6 political parties

Chief Information Commissioner R K Mathur has constituted a larger bench to hear complaints against six national political parties for not adhering to its order bringing them within the ambit of the Right to Information Act. The bench will replace a three-member panel headed by Sridhar Acharyulu which was hearing the matter since July 22, 2016 until one of its members Bimal Julka decided to recuse himself citing workload. After his recusal, Mathur had put the matter in abeyance till further ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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