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Assocham for field trials in GM crops, says will help increase production

Aug 22, 2014

Assocham for field trials in GM crops, says will help increase production

Industry body Assocham has pitched for allowing field trials in biotechnology (BT) crops, terming it as a 'pro-poor' step that will help in raising food production to feed the country's rising population. #World #India #NewsTracker #ASSOCHAM #GM Crops
Modi's Cabinet Secy latest order to ministries Keep your offices clean

Aug 22, 2014

Modi's Cabinet Secy latest order to ministries Keep your offices clean

The top bureaucrat of the Modi government has asked all the departments to increasingly emphasise on "cleanliness of work areas and improvement in the over-all ambience of office buildings. #NewsTracker #Cabinet Secretary #PM #Modi #Ministries #government offices
Drafting of Lokayukta Bill completed in Mizoram

Aug 22, 2014

Drafting of Lokayukta Bill completed in Mizoram

Mizoram's Lokayukta Drafting Committee has completed the draft Lokayukta Bill, 2014. #India #NewsTracker #Drafting #LokAyukta #Ombudsman #bill #Mizoram #Mizoram Lokayukta Drafting Committee
Kannada writer UR Ananthamurthy hospitalised, condition critical

Aug 22, 2014

Kannada writer UR Ananthamurthy hospitalised, condition critical

Jnanpith awardee and renowned Kannada writer UR Ananthamurthy, hospitalised for infectionand fever, is in a critical condition and undergoing treatment on multi-support system, a senior doctor said today. #India #NewsTracker #UR Ananthamurthy #Critical #Hospitalised #multi-support system
Over 1,91,000 killed in Syria's civil war UN

Aug 22, 2014

Over 1,91,000 killed in Syria's civil war UN

Pillay, the UN high commissioner for human rights, criticized the world's "paralysis" over the fighting in Syria, which "has dropped off the international radar" in the face of so many other armed conflicts around the world. #United Nations #Syria #NewsTracker #Bashar al-Assad #Syrian civil war #Sarin gas #Ghouta #Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

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Sania Mirza controversy India's 'ladki toh paraya dhan' ideology is to blame

Jul 26, 2014

Sania Mirza controversy India's 'ladki toh paraya dhan' ideology is to blame

By repeatedly bringing up the identity of her spouse, Mr Laxman is implying that a woman losses her own identity post-marriage. How can Sania be Indian when her husband is Pakistani? #ThatsJustWrong #India #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Sania Mirza #Telangana #Hyderabad #SportsTracker #Ambassador
When time is stretchable What CBI's latest failure in Badaun gangrape shows

Jul 21, 2014

When time is stretchable What CBI's latest failure in Badaun gangrape shows

If anything could tell us about how we as a country have utter disregard for time, then it is from the inundation of the graves of the two Badaun girls. #NewsTracker #CBI #InMyOpinion #Ganga #OnlyInIndia #Rape #Badaun #CBI investigation #Badaun gang rape case #Badaun gang-rape victims #Badaun rape victims

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When time is stretchable What CBI's latest failure in Badaun gangrape shows

Aug 22, 2014

For Skin Cancer Survivor, Sand Isn’t Nearly as Scary as Sun

Jimmy Walker’s preparation for the FedEx Cup was interrupted by a second scare with skin cancer, which has inspired his new mission of protection and awareness... #FedEx #Jimmy Walker
When time is stretchable What CBI's latest failure in Badaun gangrape shows

Aug 21, 2014

'Sex Box' heats up reality TV

WE tv officials are branding their new reality show, “Sex Box” as “extreme therapy” because it will include couples having sex in a box in front of a studio audience... #FedEx #Jimmy Walker
When time is stretchable What CBI's latest failure in Badaun gangrape shows

Aug 22, 2014

For 2-Time Skin Cancer Survivor, Sand Traps Are Nothing

Jimmy Walker’s preparation for the FedEx Cup was interrupted by a second scare with skin cancer, which has inspired his new mission of protection and awareness... #FedEx #Jimmy Walker