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Transgender Men Continue to Struggle for Visibility in Social Change
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In India, transgender men continue to struggle for visibility

Over a year after the Supreme Court's landmark judgement on transgender rights, one group among the transgender community continues to be left out. The term transgender is often understood to refer to Hijras or transgender women. But this definition leaves ... MSN India, 31 minutes ago

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Indian services industry contracts in June on weak demand

India's dominant services industry contracted for a second month in June as new business again declined, suggesting a struggle in maintaining growth.
 Economic Times1 day ago Indian business activity contracts again in June on weak demand  Times of India1 day ago Business activity in India contracts again in June on weak demand  Reuters1 day ago
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Hockey World League: Belgium Thrash India to Advance to Final

India struggled from the start as Belgium smashed four goals to advance to the final. Reported by: Indo-Asian News Service Last updated on Saturday, 04 July, 2015 00:06 IST
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Young sportswomen have to struggle to rise in India: Golfer Gauri Monga

Indian golfer Gauri Monga talks about what it means to be a sportwoman in India.
 DNA1 day ago
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Small India drugmakers struggle to meet US rules

Mumbai INDIA'S smaller generic drugmakers, struggling to cope with a bruised reputation and tougher regulation in the United States, are under pressure to consider branching out to new, less-profitable markets or sell out to larger rivals. Two ...
 Business Times Singapore5 days ago SYRIAN ARMY SAYS IT RETAKES A MAIN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT OF HASAKA CITY CAPTURED EARLIER BY ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS  Reuters India5 days ago Tougher Regulations for Indian Pharma Paves Way for M&A Deals  International Business Times India5 days ago Strict US laws put India pharma firms in bind  Oman Tribune5 days ago
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'No rift between Dhoni & Kohli'

Is India struggling to adjust between Kohli's and Dhoni's ways? Dismissing media speculation, the Indian cricket board denied that there is any rift in the team between Test skipper Virat Kohli and limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. This follows ...
 MSN India5 days ago MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli Have no Rift Between Them: BCCI  NDTV5 days ago

Nifty struggles below 8350, Sensex flat; GAIL, NTPC fall 2%

Lupin, Coal India, Sun Pharma, HUL and Bharti Airtel are top gainers in the Sensex. Among the losers are GAIL, NTPC, TCS, ICICI Bank and MM.
 Money Control4 days ago Nifty struggles around 8000, Sensex flat; ITC, MM gain  Money Control2 weeks ago Sensex sinks 300 pts, Nifty struggles; SBI, Reliance drag  Money Control3 weeks ago Nifty struggles below 8000 ahead of IIP, CPI data; BHEL up  Money Control3 weeks ago
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How Ahmedabad beat the heat

Even as the death toll due to the searing heat wave mounts by the day across India, state governments are struggling to come up with ways to mitigate the suffering. The Municipal Corporation of Ahmedabad may have a lesson or two to offer.  Dileep Mavalankar writes for DownToEarth. The Indian Institute of Public Health at Gandhinagar, Gujarat carried out research along with Municipal Corporation of Ahmedabad on heat waves and its impacts on human health. It is known that temperatures in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago How Pakistan and India can prevent future heat wave fatalities  Christian Science Monitor1 week ago How Pakistan, India can prevent fatalities from heat waves  Khaleej Times5 days ago

AAI calls for axing of trees

The Airports’ Authority of India (AAI) has been struggling with a green issue even as trees are being axed across the state in the wake of monsoon-related accidents.
 Times of India2 days ago
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World Bank to lend $650 million for Indian rail project

Indian Railways has struggled to expand to keep up with demand The World Bank said on Wednesday it had cleared a $650 million loan for a huge Indian freight rail corridor that will span 1,840 kms (1,140 miles) across the northern heartland of the country. Construction of the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor will help speed up the carrying of goods between Ludhiana in the west of India and Kolkata in the east, and is part of a series of new freight lines the World Bank says India needs to ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago World Bank to lend $650 mn for Eastern Freight Corridor from Punjab to WB  Economic Times3 days ago
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