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Millennium Development Goals-2015 only partially achieved: CAG

With a countrywide average of Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) of 39 deaths per 1,000 live births and Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) of 167 per 1,00,000 live births, the country only "partially achieved" the Millennium Development Goals-2015 under the National ... Prokerala, 4 hours ago

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NGT notice to Delhi govt, DDA on Millennium Bus Depot

The National Green Tribunal today sought responses from the AAP government and the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on a plea filed by an environment activist seeking shifting of Millennium Bus Depot as it is located on Yamuna flood plains.
 DNA4 days ago
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Yes, microlending reduces extreme poverty

A small boost in microlending to the developing world could lift more than 10.5 million people out of extreme poverty. That’s one conclusion of my study, published last month in The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics , which found that microfinance not only ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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GST woes: How Surat's powerloom industry is dying a slow death

Surat houses more than 650,000 powerlooms. Of this, at least 60 per cent have been shut since a month, a loss of Rs 900 crore, finds out Vinay Umarji. Rukesh Kumar, 22, is running out of patience and finances. He's whiling away time in his 6'x6' abode in the Shivamnagar slum in Surat that he shares with a fellow textile worker. The Rs 5,000-odd he'd saved in June, after sending another Rs 5,000 back home in Patna, is almost over. His employer had, as part of a general protest at the new Goods ...
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Analysis: Nerves over ECB's pain threshold keeps euro in check

By Patrick Graham LONDON (Reuters) - Many stars would seem to be aligned for further euro appreciation against the dollar, but there is an absence of properly bullish forecasts. This owes more to European Central Bank sensitivities than market dynamics or ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Flooded roads leave commuters stranded in Gurugram

Heavy showers on Friday saw waterlogged roads slow down the pace of traffic at various parts in the city. As a result, commuters coming from Delhi had a great difficulty in reaching their respective workplaces. "It happens here every year. We were stuck in ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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India's Anna Daata: Damned if he does, damned if he doesn't!

'If India is to emerge as a superpower, we must utilise our huge agricultural potential and not, as in past centuries, merely exploit our farmers,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: Tamil Nadu's farmers partly shave their heads during a protest in New Delhi to demand a drought-relief package from the Centre earlier this year. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters As a former infantry soldier, one feels a natural affinity to the farmer. While on a patrol, in blinding rain, one has often ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Why We Love (And Fear) Mummies

Christian-Georges Schwentzel , Université de Lorraine Somewhere in Iraq, the tomb raider Nick Morton (a never-ageing Tom Cruise) flies over the desert. This is where Egyptian queen Ahmanet lies in her tomb for eternity. Or so we thought. The plot of Alex ...
 Huffington Post4 weeks ago

'3,000-year-old Egyptian toe may be world's oldest prosthesis'

A 3,000-year-old artificial wooden big toe, belonging to an Egyptian priest's daughter, may be one of the world's first prosthetic body parts, scientists say. The artificial toe from the early first millennium BC testifies to the skills of an artisan who was ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Internatioanl Yoga Day: 15,000 gather at DDA parks, 10k at CP

Notwithstanding early rains, Delhiites came out in large numbers to celebrate International Day of Yoga at various gardens and public places, with a famous DDA park recording a turnout of close to 9,000 alone. Mega yoga sessions were held at District Park, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago International Yoga Day: 15,000 gather at DDA parks, 10k at CP  Business Standard1 month ago
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