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Centre to launch diabetes screening for schoolchildren
NEW DELHI: Concerned at the high incidence of diabetes in the country, especially among children, the Centre will soon launch a diabetes screening scheme for schoolchildren. It also proposes screening of all individuals for the disease in the ...
Crimes against women deserve the death penalty: Supreme Court
New Delhi: Observing that crimes against women should be firmly dealt with and no leniency must be shown to the offender, the Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to a life convict asking him to show cause why the sentence should not be ...
No import of U.S. dairy products for now
They will be subjected to protocol and verification: Pawar
88% women subjected to sexual harassment at workplace in IT sector: survey
Suu Kyi a symbol of resistance and freedom: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress has welcomed the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar after a long house arrest. In a statement here on Sunday, party general secretary Janardan Dwivedi said the Congress recognised her ...
‘Management education should focus on Indian economy'
KOLKATA: Management education in India should focus on issues concerning the Indian economy, Minister of State for Human Resource Development D. Purandeswari said here on Sunday at the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Indian Institute of ...
“Myanmar should release all political prisoners”
CHANDIGARH: Welcoming the release of Myanmar's pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, radical Sikh organisation Dal Khalsa on Sunday said Myanmar should release all the remaining political prisoners and stop suppression of human rights of those ...
‘Corruption in media affects the health of democracy'
JAIPUR: The “paid news syndrome” in the media should be resisted as part of a larger struggle for democratic rights because corruption in the media directly affects the health of democracy. The struggle has to be waged in the ...
Was this the future we fought for, wonder freedom fighters
Mumbai: Varying poverty statistics, all painting a dismal picture of India, corruption in every aspect of life, farm suicides, violence in society, communal tensions and growing inequality. ‘Was this the future we fought for?' This was ...
“Poetry itself is a language, which transcends language barriers”
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Week Hay Festival concluded at the Kanakakunnu Palace here on Sunday evening after three days of thought-sharing among novelists, poets and other creative writers on the subtle topic of creativity. More than 3,000 ...
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