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Gunfights and roadblocks rock Mexican city on U.S. border| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

Gunfights and roadblocks rock Mexican city on U.S. border| Reuters

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Gunfights broke out and vehicles were set ablaze on Friday in one of Mexico's biggest cities along the U.S. border, after security forces arrested a leader of one of the main drug gangs in the area. Activity in parts of Reynosa, a city across the Rio Grande from McAllen, Texas, ground to a halt on Friday afternoon after vehicles were torched and shooting began, authorities said. #Politics #Business #United States #India #France #Middle East #Africa #Argentina #Copyright #opinion #lifestyle
Youth e-cigarette data prompts new calls to speed regulation| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

Youth e-cigarette data prompts new calls to speed regulation| Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Public health advocates are stepping up pressure on the U.S. government to quickly regulate and restrict access to e-cigarettes after new data showed use of the products tripled among high school and middle school children last year #Politics #India #climate change #science #markets #Africa #Copyright #Latin America #opinion
Obama says will sign bill allowing Congress to review Iran deal| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

Obama says will sign bill allowing Congress to review Iran deal| Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Friday a bill allowing Congress to review a deal concerning Iran's nuclear program was a "reasonable compromise" he planned to sign, and he expressed confidence it would not derail talks with Tehran. #Business #Sports #India #Barack Obama #France #markets #United Kingdom #Latin America #Entertainment #opinion #lifestyle
My, my! Many Britons ignorant about Battle of Waterloo | Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

My, my! Many Britons ignorant about Battle of Waterloo | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - As Britain prepares to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, a survey shows that many Britons know little about the fight and associate the name with an ABBA song or a London railway station. The National Army Museum survey revealed that more than a quarter of the people surveyed - 28 percent - had no idea who won the battle and 14 percent believed the French were victorious over the British and their Prussian allies. One if five knew absolutely nothing about it. #Politics #Sports #India #Technology #climate change #science #Latin America #Belgium #Entertainment #Mexico #opinion

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How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India

Dec 19, 2014

How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India

It can be argued that not all seats in private medical colleges are sold from quotas allowed by the authorities but when they start their practice, they set a benchmark in fees and ways for their peers who won their seats on pure merit. #ConnectTheDots #Health #Education #Healthcare #Medical Council of India #MBBS #Private medical college