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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Essential medicines to cost less as govt caps prices of new drugs

Come Diwali the treatment of diabetes, hypertension and pneumonia will cost less in the country with the regulator fixing price of essential medicines.

‘Aadishilp’ important platform for tribal artisans: Oram

Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram inaugurated the National Tribal Crafts Mela 'Aadishilp' is important platform for tribal artisans to showcase their talent

India and the Nuclear Supplier Group

New Delhi: In consideration of India becoming a part of nuclear supplier group (NSG) on October 30, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj discussed the...

Indian killed in police firing during Nepal protest

Police in Nepal on Monday shot dead an Indian national during protests in the country's Birgunj city close to the Indian border.

Lijjat, the cooperative of India

New Delhi: Cooperative societies have played a significant role in the development of the Indian economy, besides empowering the women. The overwhelming success of...

Plight of Punjabi language in India

Bhagat Singh had a solution to secure justice for and promote the Punjabi language in the country - one script for all Indian languages.

Start-up culture altering rural India for better

Start-up culture is altering the rural India for the better by investing into these initiatives that are bringing socio-economic change in the villages.

India’s October production growth falls to 22-month low: PMI

Mumbai: A leading international business survey on Monday showed decline in India's manufacturing sector growth as it touched a 22-month low in October largely due...

‘The Urgent Run’ to address sanitation problem in Delhi

New Delhi: In a bid to address the public sanitation problems, ‘The Flush Mob’ is gearing up to bolster the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ through...

Coal India misses October output target by 5 percent

Against a coal output target of 46.84 million tonnes (mt) last month, the miner could dig out 44.37 million tonnes of coal while the offtake was 44.41 mt against a target of 44.31 mt, Coal India said in a filing with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

US University opens first Hindu prayer area

New Jersey: A renowned university in the United States has opened its first Hindu prayer area, providing permanent space for a goddess Saraswati temple, musical instruments...

Ex-bankers sentenced to 4 years imprisonment in Mehta stock market scam

By NewsGram News Desk A special court on Thursday convicted MS Srinivasan of the State Bank of Saurashtra (SBS) and R Sitaraman of State Bank...

Religious radicalization discussed in World Religions Conference in Guelph

Guelph (in Canada): Radicalization of men and women of all faiths – both in the west and east– has become one of the most...

Migratory birds keep tryst with Kashmir

"The migratory birds fly in highly disciplined patterns. The eldest of the flock leads the flock like an experienced pilot. "It is always the elder bird which is assigned the leadership duties during the flight because of its familiarity with the route.

‘Diwali Dhamaka’ event in Sydney

  SYDNEY: The annual Diwali Dhamaka event organized by Australian Indian Cultural Council Inc was held at the Cherrybrook Cultural and Community Center in Cherrybrook,...

Conviction rate low, says DCW as Delhi sexual crimes hit 15-year high

The prevention of rapes by policing was difficult as in 95 percent cases the accused is someone the victim knows well. "Only a small percentage of the rapes are committed by strangers"

Biharis living in northeast bat for ‘good government’ back home

"We (Bihari) are still considered outsiders in some parts of the northeastern states. As we are not living Bihar for many years, so it is pointless to go and vote there, though Nitish Kumar is my favourite,"

PM Modi rakes up 1984 riots, says Congress has no right to talk about tolerance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday recalled the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, and said the Congress has no right to talk about tolerance.

11-year-old Indian-origin girl sells secure passwords in US

New York: Mira Modi, an 11 year old girl of Indian origin in the US has started her own website where dice rolls generate...

Election commission serves notice to Amit Shah, Rahul Gandhi, Lalu Prasad

New Delhi: The Election Commission on Sunday served notice to BJP president Amit Shah, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD)...

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