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Ahead of Modi’s US visit, Centre mollifies drug majors
24 September 2014, New Delhi, Dhirendra Kumar
The move of the NDA government to provide affordable healthcare to people has met with a setback following the Centre’s decision to strip National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) of the power to control prices of non-essential drugs.
Probe into Moin Qureshi-CBI chief link throws up new name
Income Tax investigation has revealed that in fact it is Gaganjeet Dhawan who is the link in the powerful nexus between the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Ranjit Sinha, an erstwhile powerful functionary and Qureshi.
Sena-BJP marriage saved, for now
The discord between the BJP and the Shiv Sena over seat sharing for the Maharashtra assembly polls is moving towards an amicable solution. The Sena on Tuesday is reported to have decided to offer 130 seats.
‘No new North-East projects till pending ones get completed’
In an attempt to shed the tag of a 30 per cent ministry, the former army chief and present minister in-charge of north-east (DoNER), Dr VK Singh, has decided not to sanction any new projects from his ministry.

‘Rape has no grey areas... it is an adult act’
‘We have asked for a part of Nirbhaya fund to start a one-stop crisis centre. This might go a long...

Border stand-off continues, China pitches for flag meet
In the midst of a border face-off, the Chinese army has asked for a flag meeting even as the Indian army has been asked to be on the alert along the LAC, where Chinese troops have been squatting for more than 10 days.

Inadequate response, unruly visitors led to death: Experts
Lack of an adequate response mechanism by the authorities and unruly behaviour of visitors led to the unfortunate incident at the Delhi zoo Tuesday, where a white tiger mauled a man to death, wildlife experts said.

Enfeebling creative genius
Sidharth Mishra
Language of a cash-rich industry, Hindi doesn’t need official patronage.
Arab world’s point of no return
Ashok B Sharma
Division of West Asian countries on sectarian lines should have India worried.
How the forward march has been halted
Praful Bidwai
BJP lost by-elections not due to what party’s local campaigners did, but because Amit Shah, ...
When E for England comes before D for Dole
Bikram Vohra
While dole does speak volumes for a system that ‘cares’ it also underscores utter contempt many of...




Bang Bang different from Knight and Day: Hrithik
The 40-year-old actor calls his movie different and better than the Hollywood one that starred Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz

Of hope and despair
This ongoing exhibition in the Capital deals with the finer nuances of inner reflections through an impressive set of canvases

Villagers and cattle wade through flood water at Kukurmara in Kamrup on Tuesday.

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