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  1. I-T attaches assets in Misa Bharti benami land deal case

    Tkbsen.in - Crime 06.19 / 17:21 tkbsen.in
    New Delhi: The Income Tax Department has provisionally attached a few immovable properties in connection with its probe in the Rs 1,000 crore benami land deals and tax evasion case allegedly involving family members of RJD chief Lalu Prasad. Officials said two assets, a house and a land in Delhi, have been attached after the…
  2. Army Colonel and three others arrested for bribery

    Siasat.com - Crime 06.19 / 07:51 siasat.com
    Pune : An Indian Army colonel and three others have been arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for being involved in a case of bribery of Rs.50, 000. A case has been filed against the colonel and three others under sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988.…
  3. Bihar: Girl gangraped, thrown out of moving train

    Siasat.com - Crime 06.19 / 07:51 siasat.com
    Patna : A Class X girl was allegedly gangraped by a group of six people and thrown from a moving train before it reached Bihar’s Kiul junction. The girl’s condition was said to be critical and a team of doctors was continuously monitoring her health at the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH). The girl…
  4. Post mortem report of man who was brutally thrashed by civic officials in Rajasthan says he died of cardiac arrest

    Siasat.com - Crime 06.19 / 01:00 siasat.com
    New Delhi: The post-mortem report of the CPI (ML) member and activist, Zaffar Hussein reveals that he died due to a cardiac arrest and not due to the thrashing meted out to him. Zaffar was allegedly lynched by government officials early on Friday after he objected to their photographing women defecating in the open. According to …
  5. Shocking: Zookeeper places his head inside crocodile’s mouth; the reptile snapped its jaws shut

    Siasat.com - Crime 06.18 / 23:56 siasat.com
    Thailand: In a bizarre incident a crocodile bit a zookeeper’s head before thrashing him from side to side at one of Thailand’s famed crocodile shows for a small group of people on the tourist island of Ko Samui. A tourist filmed the stunt and posted the video on YouTube on June 16 which shows the zookeeper kneels before &#…
  6. One killed, six hurt in explosion in flat: Police

    Siasat.com - Crime 06.18 / 19:03 siasat.com
    Lucknow: One person was killed and six others were injured in an explosion at Kanshiram Colony in the Chhibramau area of Kannauj today, the police said here. The incident occurred in the morning at flat number 461 of Kanshiram Colony, injuring Niraj alias Bablu (24) and six others, including two neighbours, they added. All the…
  7. DJ killed in celebratory firing: two held

    Siasat.com - Crime 06.18 / 18:32 siasat.com
    Muzaffarnagar: Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a 28-year-old disc jockey who was killed allegedly in celebratory firing at a village here. According to SP City Ombir Singh, the two accused have been booked under Section 302 (punishment for murder) of IPC and the SC/ST Act. They have been arrested,…
  8. Woman employee of insurance company alleges rape

    Siasat.com - Crime 06.18 / 18:32 siasat.com
    Batala : A woman employee of a private insurance company was allegedly raped by her branch manager here, police said today. The woman lodged a complaint with the senior superintendent of police in Batala on April 24 saying she was working in the company since 2013. She alleged that the branch manager, a resident of…
  1. Five IT challenges affecting the healthcare insustry

    These challenges run the gambit of cost reduction, regulatory and legislative mandates, security attacks, and process changes resulting from new…
  2. Don’t drink raw milk, health authorities warn

    Eyeontaiwan.com - Health 06.19 / 20:04 eyeontaiwan.com
    The China Post Date: April 22, 2017 By: The China Post news staff with CNA TAIPEI, Taiwan — Dairy cattle in Chiayi were confirmed this week to have been infected with bovine tuberculosis. Disease control authorities said Friday that there was a risk of cow-to-human transmission if a consumer drinks unsterilized milk, but that…
  3. Amended Drug Act issue: Medical stores to remain close in Punjab, Sindh today

    Channel24.pk - Health 06.19 / 20:03 channel24.pk
    Web Desk: In a protest against the recently amended Drug Act, all the medical stores are closed across Punjab and Sindh, reported 24 News. The Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Association has rejected the latest bill. According to details the pharmacists has called the recent amendments as ‘Black Law’ and asked provincial governments to take the changes back. […] The post Amended Drug Act issue: Medical stores to remain close in Punjab, Sindh today appeared first on 24 News…
  4. 10 Beauty Mistakes to Avoid if You Want Flawlessly Glowing Skin

    Brandsynario.com - Health 06.19 / 19:15 brandsynario.com
    Who doesn’t want radiantly beautiful skin that remains flawless day and night? Everyone. But is anyone willing to make an effort for it? Sadly no. When it comes to taking proper care of skin, very few actually go the extra mile. Others, we included, try to test the waters by going as far as we […] The post 10 Beauty Mistakes to Avoid if You Want Flawlessly Glowing Skin appeared first on…
  5. For plastic surgeons: Learning 'danger zones' ensures better results

    Topnews.in - Health 06.19 / 19:07 topnews.in
    Washington D.C. [USA], April 29 : A team of researchers has suggested that plastic surgeons should pay particular attention to the six danger zones from the forehead to the chin - areas commonly addressed by facial filler injection - to enhance safety and effectiveness of treatment. Dermal fillers have become a popular alternative to surgery for patients who want a younger facial appearance as the injection of soft tissue dermal fillers can reduce facial lines, wrinkles and restore a…
  6. Aster DM Healthcare Unveils Global Volunteers Programme to mark its 30th Year Anniversary

    Apnnews.com - Health 06.19 / 17:46 apnnews.com
    Dubai : Aster DM Healthcare announced the launch of the ‘Aster Volunteers’ programme as part of the mil…
  7. New Study Revealing That More Than 10% of the WORLD is Obese

    Apnnews.com - Health 06.19 / 17:46 apnnews.com
    Dr. Armin Tehrany is a top orthopedic surgeon and founder of Manhattan Orthopedic Care. He specializes in minimally invasive surgery of the shoulder and knee, and can speak to a wide range of sports medicine and muscles, bones, nerves, ligaments throughout the body and related injuries. He believes that treatment of various conditions in the…
  8. Punjab planted most trees during 'Green Pakistan' campaign

    Suchtv.pk - Health 06.19 / 16:01 suchtv.pk
    The government has claimed to have planted over 2 million indigenous trees throughout the country under the Prime Minister’s Green Pakistan Programme (GPP) which was launched earlier this year. “Launched on February 9 at the Prime Minister’s office by the prime minister, the Green Pakistan Programme aims to reinvigorate country’s ailing forestry sector through large-scale tree plantation, protect and conserve wildlife and their habitats for revival of overall biodiversity, which is in dire…
  1. Everything you need to know about Hotel Management internships

    Blog.internshala.com - Education & Family 06.19 / 22:11 blog.internshala.com
    For most of us, vacations are synonymous to travelling and getting to see new places.  And with travelling becoming a new passion among youngsters, the tourism industry is growing by leaps and bounds. An integral part of tourism is hospitality. The increase in opportunities in hospitality industry made hotel management …
  2. Night outs, Cricket, and some Coding – Life at Internshala

    Blog.internshala.com - Education & Family 06.19 / 22:11 blog.internshala.com
    About the Author: Amar Kumar Prasad joined Internshala as a Web Developer. He recently completed one and a half years with the company and reminisces about his journey so far. I’ll always remember my first day at Internshala. I stood at the door for quite some time, tensed and nervous. &…
  3. Lahore: 136 schools inactive due to govt neglect

    Channel24.pk - Education 06.19 / 20:03 channel24.pk
    Web Desk (LAHORE) — As many as 136 educational institutions are inactive in Lahore due to negligence of officials, dwindling student attendance and absence of teachers, reported 24 News HD on Thursday.   District Education Officer has failed to visit even 60% of schools. -Report   According to sources, District Coordination Officer (DCO) Secondary Education […] The post Lahore: 136 schools inactive due to govt neglect appeared first on 24 News…
  4. Vietnam-Japan student exchange programme to begin

    Dtinews.vn - Education & Family 06.19 / 18:25 dtinews.vn
    A Vietnam-Japan student exchange programme will take place in the Japanese prefecture of Nagasaki from July 9-20, with four teachers and 26 high school students in Ho Chi Minh City taking part.Saturday, 10 June 2017 6:27…
  5. Teacher Education Planning Handbook

    Apnnews.com - Education 06.19 / 17:46 apnnews.com
    The Teacher Education Planning Handbook draws on our experience of designing and implementing large-scale in-service teacher education programmes along with our partners in India, South Asia and around the world. It provides practical advice, strategies, and contains examples of tools and processes to support the delivery of teacher education interventions in a similar context. The…
  6. No student left behind: universities offer compassion, care for the poor

    English.vietnamnet.vn - Education & Family 06.19 / 10:55 english.vietnamnet.vn
    Tran Thi Diem Suong was about to enter her third year of university when her mother told her she could no longer afford to pay her tuition and living expenses in HCM City.…
  7. Get counselling if distressed, teachers told

    Thestar.com.my - Education 06.19 / 06:26 thestar.com.my
    SIBU: Teachers in distress should talk to school authorities instead of taking the law into their hands, said Sarawak Teachers’ Union, Sibu chapter chairman Tan Kwang W…
  8. Strong support for university’s outreach programme

    Thestar.com.my - Education 06.19 / 06:26 thestar.com.my
    MIRI: Curtin University Malaysia’s Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Student Chapter organised a two-day community outreach programme to highlight the importance of tertiary education to children of Kampung Lembah Hijau in Riam near h…
  1. Win a free trip to Thailand with Tapal’s #ShareAPass Campaign

    Brandsynario.com - Food 06.19 / 21:19 brandsynario.com
    Summer in Pakistan has already taken charge. As the temperatures soar, people are looking for ways to take a fun and cool break. The first that comes to mind is traveling. Who doesn’t like to travel? It is an experience unlike any other. It is a rejuvenating time that helps people get back on track. […] The post Win a free trip to Thailand with Tapal’s #ShareAPass Campaign appeared first on B…
  2. “Naengi” A Wonderful Spring Green – Bburi Kitchen for naengi 냉이 recipe

    Groovekorea.com - Food 06.19 / 20:36 groovekorea.com
    Words and photos by Sonja Swanson and Seoyoung Jang You may have seen these dark leafy greens with their roots attached at your local market or grocery store. And if you’re already a fan, bravo! Because naengi (냉이, shepherd’s purse) is a delicious spring green that you shouldn’t pass up.   Naengi can be found […] The post “Naengi” A Wonderful Spring Green – Bburi Kitchen for naengi 냉이 recipe appeared first on Groove Magazine…
  3. #BuroEats: 5 New places to visit in KL for June 2017

    Buro247.my - Food 06.19 / 17:19 buro247.my
    Here are some of the latest cafes to hit KL and you would probably want to check them all…
  4. Exclusive: Yasmin Al Mulla's visual interpretation of Ramadan

    Buro247.com - Food 06.19 / 14:08 buro247.com
    Meet Yasmin Al Mulla! The woman behind one of the healthiest (and organic) Instagram accounts of Dubai. Here in a time of reflection, Buro 24/7 Middle East speaks exclusively (and silently) to the Dubai-based…
  5. Hotel looks to kampung fare for its Ramadan buffet

    Thestar.com.my - Eat-And-Drink 06.19 / 07:00 thestar.com.my
    THIS Ramadan, MU Hotel in Ipoh is inviting diners to enjoy an authentic Selera Kampung experience during breaking of…
  6. After a year of flat sales, Coca-Cola rejigs leadership team

    Changes are being put in place under a new leadership both at Coca-Cola and its bottling arm Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages (HCCB), in midst of peak season for soft…
  7. Chef looks to childhood for inspiration

    Thestar.com.my - Eat-And-Drink 06.19 / 00:13 thestar.com.my
    AN ALL-you-can-eat tropical fruit fiesta and more than 100 dishes – these are the items on the Ramadan buffet at Temptations in Renaissance Kuala Lumpur H…
  8. Once again, MasterChef Australia contestants with Malaysian connections

    Star2.com - Food 06.18 / 22:38 star2.com
    Sarah Tiong and Diana Chan will both be drawing on memories of home and family to propel them in the…
  1. UCAN News - Jun 19

    Tkayala.com - Religion 06.19 / 06:19 tkayala.com
    Indian News Freed Bhopal nun slapped with abduction charges  Archbishop Leo Cornelio of Bhopal describes it as a 'totally a false case'. Read more... Indian govt accused of 'anti-tribal' recruitment  Hundreds of local youth have been recruited into paramilitary forces to tackle the Maoist insurgency in central India. Read more... Pope Francis may not visit India this year  Francis announced in October 2016 his intent to visit India along with Bangladesh in…
  2. Sunni Islamists Greet Ramadan by more Endless Slaughter: Afghanistan to Iraq

    Moderntokyotimes.com - Religion 06.18 / 01:03 moderntokyotimes.com
    Sunni Islamists Greet Ramadan by more Endless Slaughter: Afghanistan to Iraq Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times In any other religion, including minority Muslim sects like the Alawites and the Shia, people greet holy periods with even more sanctity. However, in the world of Sunni Islamism then it is about more hatred,…
  1. Want to spend lone time with books? Here are the three best weekend picks for you

    Business-standard.com - Books 06.18 / 14:32 business-standard.com
    Michael Crichton's 'Dragon Teeth' is based on the rivalry between real-life paleontologists Cope and…
  2. This father lost his son, and then wrote a book about joy

    Star2.com - Books 06.17 / 22:38 star2.com
    Mo Gawdat used his engineering background to develop a theory about happiness that helps him deal with the death of son…
  1. Environmental activists protest outside a restaurant in Hong Kong to stop selling shark fin

    Sachtimes.com - Social 06.19 / 21:08 sachtimes.com
    Protesters wearing shark costumes with the fins cut off surrounded a famous restaurant beside the Hong Kong harbor on Saturday, to demand it halt sales of shark fins, especially from threatened species, such as the whale…
  2. Natrang presents Shakespeare’s play Twelfth Night

    News.statetimes.in - Arts&Culture 06.19 / 19:07 news.statetimes.in
    STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Natrang presented Shakespeare’s world famous play Twelfth Night under the direction of Aarushi Thakur Rana at Kingdom of Dreams NCR here on Monday evening. Pack house elite audiences gave a standing ovation to this high-tech performance which will be remembered for innovative design, direction and electrifying performance for years to go. […] The post Natrang presents Shakespeare’s play Twelfth Night appeared first on State…
  3. Kerala chronicles: When a coalition of 7 political parties came together only to fall apart

    Thenewsminute.com - Culture 06.19 / 13:59 thenewsminute.com
    Kerala ChroniclesLuke KoshiSaritha S Balan Sapthakakshi-Munnani-Story-Main-picture.jpgAs the Kerala Assembly celebrates its Diamond Jubilee, the state might seem settled in its stable and predictable bipolarity. Alternating almost automatically between the LDF and the UDF every five years, Kerala’s politics today reveals little of the tumult of its earlier years. But, as a look back at the state’s history reveals, Kerala walked a long, hard road to this settled pattern. The Kerala Chr…
  4. Kerala Chronicles: How an Assembly Speaker kept a Congress govt afloat for 3 months in 1982

    Thenewsminute.com - Culture 06.19 / 13:26 thenewsminute.com
    Kerala ChroniclesThe Karunakaran government was nicknamed Casting Government, and Speaker Jose became Casting Speaker.Rakesh MeharSaritha S Balan karunakaran-swearing-in-750.jpg  As the Kerala Assembly celebrates its Diamond Jubilee, the state might seem settled in its stable and predictable bipolarity. Alternating almost automatically between the LDF and the UDF every five years, Kerala’s politics today reveals little of the tumult of its earlier years. But, as a look back at the s…
  5. Bill Cosby and the Battle Against Rape Culture

    Preen.inquirer.net - Culture 06.19 / 12:28 preen.inquirer.net
    There is a silent outrage that grows inside me as I realize that after everything women have been through just this year, we get another blow as the criminal case against Bill Cosby is declared a mistrial. The jury couldn’t reach a verdict in the sexual abuse allegations of Andrea Constand against Bill Cosby. Andrea […] The post Bill Cosby and the Battle Against Rape Culture appeared first on P…
  6. Battle Is on to Save Cambodia's 'New Khmer Architecture' Legacy

    Saigoneer.com - Arts&Culture 06.19 / 09:53 saigoneer.com
    Much of Cambodia’s most impressive and culturally rich architecture is under threat of demolition or ruin as Cambodia’s upcoming generation faces a new kind of war: the battle to preserve Cambodia’s cultural identity.Read More…
  7. Faria a fantastic girl to be with: Subhashree

    Clickittefaq.com - Culture 06.19 / 09:52 clickittefaq.com
    Ittefaq Report Tollywood actress Subhashree is all praises for Dhallywood star Nusraat Faria. The actors have worked together in ‘Boss 2’, which will release in this Eid. When said that actress Nusraat Faria was all praise for her, the talented actress replied gracefully saying, “She’s is a fantastic girl to be with. She plays a…
  8. These Spoken Word Artists Are Fighting the Patriarchy One Stanza at a Time

    Preen.inquirer.net - Culture 06.19 / 09:35 preen.inquirer.net
    The spoken word scene has been so alive and vibrant lately. In a world full of discrimination, emotional turmoil, and negativity, it proves to be an effective outlet for people to voice out their frustrations. It’s also satisfying to be able to relate to those people as they put your feelings into the right words. […] The post These Spoken Word Artists Are Fighting the Patriarchy One Stanza at a Time appeared first on…
  1. Ahead of PM Modi visit, US lawmakers ask India to rethink price cap on stents

    The US lawmakers warned that people would be denied access to the latest medical advances if companies backed away from India's $5 billion medical-technology…
  2. Express Pharma hosts first ever FDD Leadership Awards

    Financialexpress.com - Medecine 06.18 / 22:10 financialexpress.com
    Recognise and honour contribution of leading scientists in furthering research and innovation in the field of formulation development and drug delivery Express Pharma hosted the first ever FDD Leadership Awards to recognise the stellar achievements of Indian scientists and R&D heads of reputed institutions and organisations for outstanding research and innovation in the field of […] The post Express Pharma hosts first ever FDD Leadership Awards appeared first on …
  3. R&D leaders congregate at FDD Conclave 2017

    Financialexpress.com - Medecine 06.18 / 22:10 financialexpress.com
    Knowledge sharing galore at the inaugural edition of the FDD Conclave with several insightful discussions on key issues in drug formulation and delivery   The inaugural edition of FDD Conclave, an endeavour to encourage research and innovation in the rapidly evolving field of formulation development and drug delivery, was held at Novotel Airport, Hyderabad. Hosted by […] The post R&D leaders congregate at FDD Conclave 2017 appeared first on BP…
  4. Nation’s biggest medical devices park gets rolling

    Telangana on Saturday set the ball rolling for what is touted as the country’s largest dedicated medical devices p…