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Monthly Archives: September, 2016

Lawmakers venting over High Drug Prices: Is Congress to be blamed as Culprits?

Republican- and Democratic-controlled Congresses and presidents of both parties may have set the stage for the high drug prices that have consumers on the edge ...

Indian-American Philanthropist Sant Singh Chatwal Donates $1 Million to a Sikh History Project

September 30, 2016: An Indian-American Philanthropist has donated USD 1 million for a noble cause. Sant Singh Chatwal has come forward to help in the...

Political Activist Somi develops South Korean Video Game to Raise Awareness of Government Surveillance

Seoul, September 30, 2016: A unexpected South Korean political activist, Somi, has invented a video game that increases public awareness of government surveillance. Somi, a pseudonym,...

Italian Police recovers 2 Stolen Van Gogh paintings from Amsterdam museum in 2002

Rome, September 30, 2016: Italian police have recovered two famous Vincent Van Gogh paintings stolen from an Amsterdam museum in 2002, officials said on...

Let your skin do the talking this Festive Season: 5 Remedies that will make you look Glamorous

September 30, 2016: There is no denying that prepping your skin for the festive rush is as important as nailing the final look. Opting...

World War II’s Worst Civilian Massacre: Ukraine Marks 75th Anniversary of Babi Yar

September 30, 2016: On Thursday, Ukraine marked the 75th anniversary of the worst single massacre of civilians in World War II and one of...

The Sikh Project: Photos explore Diversity and Identity of Sikh Americans in US

NEW YORK, September 30, 2016: In the photographs, they wear leather jackets, or superhero costumes, and hold their trumpets and helmets. They appear to be...

YouTube reopens in Pakistan, launches plan to monetize Online Features

September 30, 2016: Eight months after YouTube was re-opened in Pakistan, officials of the video streaming website launched a plan to monetize the medium...

Most Flood-prone State in India likely to be Aided by New Satellite Mapping

BHUBANESWAR, INDIA, Sept 30, 2016: Every year India's northeastern state of Bihar is deluged by floods that submerge roads, destroy homes and wash away crops,...

A Fiji University Celebrates ‘Hindi Diwas’ with Focus on History of Girmit Laborers

The Girmitiyas’ descendants spread up through the passage of time to influence the Fijian culture and politics On  ‘Hindi Diwas’, that is celebrated...

End of the world? Friday will see the rise of a Black Moon

September 30, 2016: This Friday will see the rise of a black moon. And while that might sound ominous, it’s perfectly normal and probably doesn’t...

Cellphones Spill into Yellowstone’s Wilds Despite Park Plan

BILLINGS, MONTANA, September 30, 2016 — Adventure seekers encounter untamed wilderness when they enter the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. Howling wolves. Deadly grizzly bears....

Through Hotel Svatma, Tamil Nadu Gets its New Paradise Gateway to Temples and Palaces

September 28, 2016: Tamil Nadu is known for its cultural attractions and most famously the three Unesco-inscribed Great Living Chola Temples. Of these three temples, Brihadeeswarar in...

Campaign ‘Free Them’: Activists seek Release of Eritrean Journalist Seyoum Tsehaye Jailed for 15 Years

Seyoum Tsehaye was taken from his Asmara home by government agents on September 21, 2001, and has not been seen or heard from...

Challenging the Stereotype: Malawi’s Female Football Referee Shines on Male-dominated Field

Kwimbira-Mzika's became the first Malawian female referee to officiate at the Olympics in the Rio 2016 Olympics She was voted the best assistant referee...

Medak in Telangana: Lakes and Rivers now polluted with Antibiotics

Medak- a district of about 2.5 million has become one of the world's largest suppliers of cheap drugs The scientists have been publishing...

Thailand suspends Seahorse Trade amid Conservation Concerns of its Wild Population

The decision was announced at  Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES Thailand ended its seahorse...

How Yu Luoke’s execution in 1970 can be linked to Political ‘Guilt’ in Family Bloodlines in Today’s China? Read Here!

September 29, 2016: At the start of China's Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in 1966, a young man wrote a self-published political tract criticizing the prevalent...

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves “Artificial Pancreas” that help diabetic patients manage Blood Sugar Levels

FDA regulators have already given approval to this device named “MiniMed 670G” for Type 1 diabetes patients who are at least 14 years...

Cairo’s Ain Shams University establishes First Indian Chair in Arab world

- by Shillpi A Singh  September 29, 2016: In a first of its kind move in the field of academics in the Arab world, India has...

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Infant Sleep issues Linked To Mental Health Problems in Adults

Researchers have found that sleeping problems in early childhood may be linked to the development of certain mental health disorders in adolescence. The study, published...

10,000 Bed Sardar Patel Covid-19 Centre To set up at Delhi

The 10,000-bed Sardar Patel Covid-19 Care Centre and Hospital, inaugurated here on Sunday by Delhi Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal, which will serve as a major...

UP Government to Set World Record in Tree Plantation Drive

The Yogi Adityanath government is all set to set a new world record by planting 25 crore trees on Sunday in a massive plantation...

Queer Representation in Bollywood

Soon, Akshay Kumar will be seen essaying the role of a transgender in "Laxmmi Bomb". Sonam Kapoor has explored the complexities of being a...