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Sunanda Pushkar death case: Delhi Police asks DG health services to form board to examine evidence
India Today

Health Ministry sets up new panel to probe Sunanda Pushkar's d...

The move comes on the heels of the city police writing to the ministry's director general of health services (DGHS) for constituting a new board to examine forensic findings of doctors from Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences and the US ... India Today, 22 minutes ago


Medical panel to be revamped after Delhi Police raised red flag about repeated contradictions in forensic findings THE Union Health Ministry has set up a new panel of doctors to analyse the forensic evidence in the mysterious death of Sunanda ...
 Yahoo! India1 hour ago

Sunanda K Datta-Ray: What lies beneath the gloss

Indian investment abroad has done little for the country. It means wastage of corporate funds raised in India that should be used for the welfare of Indian taxpayers
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
ABP Live

Sunanda death not natural: Delhi Police chief

New Delhi: The death of Sunanda Pushkar, wife of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, was not natural but no radioactive substance was found in her body, Delhi Police said on Friday on the basis of report by a medical board of AIIMS which analysed FBI ...
 ABP Live1 month ago Sunanda probe: No foul play, death due to medication, says Tharoor  Asian Age2 months ago Sunanda Pushkar death: Shashi Tharoor questioned for five hours, says he suspects no foul play  DNA2 months ago Tharoor suspects no foul play in Sunanda's death, claims she died due to medication: sources  MSN India2 months ago
MSN India

Sunanda Pushkar case: Police grills Shashi Tharoor again

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has once again been questioned in connection with his wife Sunanda Pushkar’s death and the special investigation team probing the case may summon him again, Delhi police Commissioner B.S. Bassi said on Sunday. The police chief ...
 Asian Age2 months ago 'Tharoor questioned, can be summoned again'  MSN India2 months ago Sunanda Pushkar death: Tharoor questioned again, says Bassi  MSN India2 months ago Tharoor questioned, can be summoned again, says Bassi  The Hindu2 months ago

Sunanda case: Delhi Police write to Director General of Health Services

In a letter sent to the Director General of health services, Delhi Police have requested for forming a special team to guide them on the final conclusion on the medial reports made by the AIIMS, on the death of Congress MP Shashi Tharoor's wife Sunanda ...
 The Hindu2 months ago Sunanda case: police request for special team  The Hindu2 months ago Sunanda case: New med panel likely  Times of India2 months ago

Sunanda K Datta-Ray: Tracing the roots of Indian diplomacy

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 Business Standard1 month ago

Budget doesn't have much for the youth

  The Budget won't create the millions of jobs Modi had promised in his election pledge, says Sunanda K Datta-Ray. 'It's clearly a Budget,' said George W Bush when shown a document. 'It's got a lot of numbers in it!' But the numbers in Arun Jaitley's Budget don't spell much hope for millions of young Indians languishing for want of appropriate employment. They wouldn't be gainfully absorbed even if every small and medium shop in the country takes advantage of the finance minister's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Sunanda K Datta-Ray: How Jaitley let the youth down  Business Standard2 months ago

Triveni hopes to unlock value through de-merger of sugar business, says MD

AYASEELAN TARUN SAWHNEY, Vice-Chairman & MD, Triveni Engineering Sunanda Jayaseelan Triveni Engineerings board of directors has approved a new arrangement of de-merging the sugar business. Speaking to Bloomberg TV India, Triveni Engineering Vice-Chairman and ...
 Business Line1 month ago

Sunanda K Datta-Ray: How laws in India become malleable

Who enforces the laws often determines how effective they will be. In India, the laws are often enforced by those whose hands can be greased easily
 Business Standard1 month ago
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