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Sunanda Pushkar death case: AIIMS doctor says Shashi Tharoor, Ghulam Nabi Azad pressurized him for autopsy report

Mumbai, 1 July-2014. Biplob Ghoshal/Zee Media Bureau: The controversy over Sunanda Pushkar’s mysterious death seems to be deepening, with reports on Tuesday saying that All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) doctor Sudhir Gupta has claimed that he was pressurised to give a tailor made report in the case. Sunanda Pushkar death case: AIIMS doctor […]

Audi To Offer Apple CarPlay On Its U.S. Models Coming In 2016

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1 July-2014, Forbes: Audi fans holding out for Apple CarPlay are in for a wait. The first Audi models to get the new technology – which promises to improve iPhone integration with the car – won’t come to North America until early 2016. Audi To Offer Apple CarPlay On Its U.S. Models Coming In 2016 […]

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Odisha demands Rs 2000 Cr as central assistance under PMGSY

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Bhubaneswar, 1 July-2014: Odisha demands increase in central assistance under PMGSY to Rs 2000cr for 2014-15. On this regard Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today writes letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Odisha demands Rs 2000 Cr as central assistance under PMGSY CM Patnaik in his letter to PM said that, “Government of India has indicated […]

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Train passengers robbed at gun-point in Bihar

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Patna, 1 July-2014, IANS: Armed men Tuesday evening looted cash and valuables at gunpoint and assaulted dozens of passengers of the Jan Shatabdi Express in Bihar’s Gaya district, police said. Train passengers robbed at gun-point in Bihar About two dozen men barged into two air-conditioned coaches of the train at Koderma in Jharkhand. When the […]

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Why a Hong Kong passport is the most ‘powerful’ on Earth

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1 July-2014: Good Magazine recently released a ranking of “The Countries With The Most Powerful Passports”. Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom predictably topped the lists, with other European neighbours and the US trailing closely behind. The list, however, is based on only a single rubric: the number of national borders that passport-holders can cross […]

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Chief Justice of India RM Lodha slams Modi govt for rejecting Gopal Subramanium’s candidature

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NEW DELHI, 1 July-2014, Dhananjay Mahapatra/TNN: Chief Justice of India RM Lodha has hit out at Narendra Modi government for rejecting the candidature of former solicitor general Gopal Subramanium as SC judge. Chief Justice of India RM Lodha slams Modi govt for rejecting Gopal Subramanium’s candidature “The first thing I had taken objection to was […]

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Third baby dies after receiving contaminated feed with bacteria

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1 July-2014, The Guardian: A third baby has died after receiving intravenous feed in a hospital from a batch contaminated with bacteria, it has been confirmed. Third baby dies after receiving contaminated feed with bacteria Public Health England has not identified the hospital or the baby who died. Officials say this is a new case. […]

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Rs 5 lakh ex gratia announced for Odia labourers killed in Chennai building collapse

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Bhubaneswar, 1 July-2014: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik announced Rs 5 lakh ex gratia for Odisha labourers killed in Chennai building collapse case. CM Patnaik also announced Rs 50, 000 for each injured in the building collapse in Chennai. Rs 5 lakh ex gratia announced for Odia labourers killed in Chennai building collapse CM Patnaik […]

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Non-physician work force can help control cardiac diseases

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New Delhi, July 1(IANS): A new healthcare model that empowers the non-physician work force to diagnose individuals at a high risk of cardio-vascular diseases has considerable potential, a study has found. Non-physician work force can help control cardiac diseases “The project will explore the use of technology along with a proper mechanism of task sharing […]

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India to connect 2.5 lakh panchayats through broadband

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Bangalore, July 1(IANS): India will build a broadband highway connecting 2.5 lakh panchayats across the country in the next three years to provide a host of public services, union Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said Tuesday. India to connect 2.5 lakh panchayats through broadband Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a target […]

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