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Skills minister seeks a pie of CSR funds
Tue, Aug 05 2014. 12 15 AM

Skills minister seeks a pie of CSR funds

Sarbananda Sonowal says the funds are for training of Indians as part of govt’s Skilling India mission to create a job ready workforce for the industry
Indian worker killed in Libya
Mon, Aug 04 2014. 06 33 PM

Indian worker killed in Libya

Soloman, 59, was hit by shells while returning to his quarters after work, and had been working in Libya for about 10 years
India’s race to build toilets failing as villages don’t use them
Mon, Aug 04 2014. 09 37 AM

India’s race to build toilets failing as villages don’t use them

Narendra Modi promised to build 5.3 million toilets within 100 days, but without education, they’ll make little difference
US Ebola patient under care as African situation is at risk
Sun, Aug 03 2014. 05 46 PM

US Ebola patient under care as African situation is at risk

Red Cross says the viral outbreak needs a serious step-up in effort to be contained after already infecting at least 1,323 and killing 729 since March
Kumbakonam fire tragedy: School founder, nine others sentenced to jail
Wed, Jul 30 2014. 05 11 PM

Kumbakonam fire tragedy: School founder, nine others sentenced to jail

21 teachers, school officials and others were charged with culpable homicide, gross negligence and other offences over the blaze that killed 94 children 2004
A voice for Muslim women
Mon, Jul 28 2014. 11 56 PM

A voice for Muslim women

Progressive Muslim women’s organizations look to help women solve problems within the code of Islamic law
What’s killing Indians
Mon, Jul 28 2014. 01 31 AM

What’s killing Indians

Heart diseases are the leading cause of death in India, as it is the case in most other countries
India ranks 135 in UN Human Development Index
Thu, Jul 24 2014. 11 51 PM

India ranks 135 in UN Human Development Index

UN says India’s ranking remains unchanged in 2013, reflecting little improvement in living standard of people
Uranium Corp of India boss says deformed children may be ‘imported’
Thu, Jul 24 2014. 12 20 PM

Uranium Corp of India boss says deformed children may be ‘imported’

The chairman dismisses as biased any findings of a correlation between the mines and deformities in nearby villages
Encephalitis death toll reaches 165 in Assam
Wed, Jul 23 2014. 06 03 PM

Encephalitis death toll reaches 165 in Assam

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi holds an emergency meeting to review the health scenario with senior officials
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