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News.com.au
Eat Street: GlebeTired of cooking? Or just bored with the same old food? Head for Glebe and give
Eat Street: Glebe
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
Tired of cooking? Or just bored with the same old food? Head for Glebe and give your tastebuds a surprise. 355 Glebe Point Road The menu at Ombretta is a mystery from one day to the next. Picture: Richard DobsonSource:News Corp Australia None of... Read more
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The Telegraph
Far more than skin deepI grew up with a couple of narratives about the people middle-class Calcutta in
Far more than skin deep
The Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
I grew up with a couple of narratives about the people middle-class Calcutta in the 1960s referred to as 'negroes' or, in non-English languages as ' habshi' or 'hobshi'. In my house, the chief story was that Gandhi ji fought for the rights of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Eat Street: GlebeEat Street: No shortage of choices in trendy Glebe | DailyTelegraph SearchUse
Eat Street: Glebe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
Eat Street: No shortage of choices in trendy Glebe | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Tired of cooking? Or just bored with the same old food? Head for Glebe... Read more
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New York Post
You won't believe what this teen did to get kicked out of his soccer leagueThere’s a famous scene in The Simpsons when Homer, coaching son Bart’s pee wee
You won't believe what this teen did to get kicked out of his soccer league
New York Post / Posted 3 hours ago
There’s a famous scene in The Simpsons when Homer, coaching son Bart’s pee wee football team, cuts a bunch of players from the squad. “Wendell is cut, Rudy is cut, Janie you’re gone,” he says. And so on. Well, pretend that instead of listing... Read more
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The Hindu
The muddled modernity of the lower-middle classThe success of Vivek Shanbhag’s Ghachar Ghochar should finally inspire a deeper
The muddled modernity of the lower-middle class
The Hindu / Posted 5 hours ago
The success of Vivek Shanbhag’s Ghachar Ghochar should finally inspire a deeper literary interest in a section of Indian society that was both empowered and unmoored by the advent of liberalisation Perhaps no section of Indian society has been as... Read more
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asianage
I'm an accidental actress, says Lisa RayLisa Ray has never been quintessentially Bollywood but the few films she has do
I'm an accidental actress, says Lisa Ray
asianage / Posted 7 hours ago
Lisa Ray has never been quintessentially Bollywood but the few films she has done, the actress has managed to leave a mark. With her next film Ishq Forever, she returns to the industry after a long hiatus. Being one of the Bollywood’s first... Read more
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asianage
I’m an accidental actress, says Lisa RayLisa Ray has never been quintessentially Bollywood but the few films she has do
I’m an accidental actress, says Lisa Ray
asianage / Posted 7 hours ago
Lisa Ray has never been quintessentially Bollywood but the few films she has done, the actress has managed to leave a mark. With her next film Ishq Forever, she returns to the industry after a long hiatus. Being one of the Bollywood’s first... Read more
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Business Standard India
Bank of Baroda posts highest-ever loss in industryPosts net loss of Rs 3,342 cr on account of increase in provisioningPosts net l
Bank of Baroda posts highest-ever loss in industry
Business Standard India / Posted 8 hours ago
Posts net loss of Rs 3,342 cr on account of increase in provisioningPosts net loss of Rs 3,342 cr on account of increase in provisioning Public sector lender Bank of Baroda (BoB) posted highest-ever... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
China, India worst hit by pollution, account for over 50% worldwide deathsChina and India account for 55% of more than 5.5 million premature deaths cause
China, India worst hit by pollution, account for over 50% worldwide deaths
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 8 hours ago
China and India account for 55% of more than 5.5 million premature deaths caused by pollution annually, latest international research has revealed. It means that more than three million deaths are caused yearly in China and India, two of the fastest... Read more
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New Kerala
Golfer Neha triumphs at TollygungeKolkata, Feb 13 : Kolkata's Neha Tripathi carded 1 over 71 in the final round t
Golfer Neha triumphs at Tollygunge
New Kerala / Posted 11 hours ago
Kolkata, Feb 13 : Kolkata's Neha Tripathi carded 1 over 71 in the final round to win the Rs.6 lakh fourth leg of the Hero Women's Professional Golf Tour at the Tollygunge Club here. Amateur Tvesa Malik finished with a total score of 214 to take... Read more
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Business Standard India
Air pollution kills 1.4 mn people in India annuallyThe international team of researchers from India, China, Canada and the US esti
Air pollution kills 1.4 mn people in India annually
Business Standard India / Posted 12 hours ago
The international team of researchers from India, China, Canada and the US estimated that despite efforts to limit future emissions, the number of premature deaths linked to air pollution will climb over the next two decades unless more aggressive... Read more
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New Kerala
Earning results, global cues plunge equity markets (Weekly Review)Mumbai, Feb 13 : Disappointment over earning results, combined with negative gl
Earning results, global cues plunge equity markets (Weekly Review)
New Kerala / Posted 12 hours ago
Mumbai, Feb 13 : Disappointment over earning results, combined with negative global cues and a weak rupee dragged the Indian equity markets to their lowest levels in over 21 months during the just-concluded weekly trade. Indian equity markets... Read more
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New Kerala
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates new building complex of Bombay Art SocietyNew Delhi, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday unveiled a plaque
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates new building complex of Bombay Art Society
New Kerala / Posted 12 hours ago
New Delhi, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday unveiled a plaque to mark the inauguration of the new building complex of the Bombay Art Society. Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister remarked that rarely has an institution left... Read more
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New Kerala
Use art platform to spread social messages, says ModiMumbai, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged artists to use
Use art platform to spread social messages, says Modi
New Kerala / Posted 13 hours ago
Mumbai, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged artists to use their vocation to spread strong social messages on issues like the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and other topics to bring them closer to the masses. "Art has better appeal... It... Read more
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Calcutta News
Air pollution claims 5.5m lives annually, mainly in China, India Washington D.C, Feb 13 (ANI): Taking a deadly toll on us, poor air quality cl
Air pollution claims 5.5m lives annually, mainly in China, India
Calcutta News / Posted 13 hours ago
Washington D.C, Feb 13 (ANI): Taking a deadly toll on us, poor air quality claims 5.5 million lives worldwide annually, with more than half of the deaths occurring in two of the... Read more
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New Kerala
Poor air quality kills 1.4 million people in India annuallyWashington, Feb 13 : More than 1.4 million people die prematurely every year in
Poor air quality kills 1.4 million people in India annually
New Kerala / Posted 14 hours ago
Washington, Feb 13 : More than 1.4 million people die prematurely every year in India due to household and outdoor air pollution, researchers have estimated While air pollution kills more than 5.5 million people prematurely every year, India and... Read more
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New Kerala
Bank of Baroda posts record Rs.3,342.04 crore loss in Q3Mumbai, Feb 13 : Public sector lender Bank of Baroda on Saturday said it posted
Bank of Baroda posts record Rs.3,342.04 crore loss in Q3
New Kerala / Posted 14 hours ago
Mumbai, Feb 13 : Public sector lender Bank of Baroda on Saturday said it posted a net loss of Rs.3,342.04 crore for the quarter ending December 31, 2015 against a net profit of Rs.333.98 crore posted in the same period of the last fiscal. According... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Hilarious reasons for getting cutTHERE’S a famous scene in The Simpsons when Homer, coaching son Bart’s pee wee
Hilarious reasons for getting cut
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 hours ago
THERE’S a famous scene in The Simpsons when Homer, coaching son Bart’s pee wee football team, cuts a bunch of players from the squad. “Wendell is cut, Rudy is cut, Janie you’re gone,” he says. And so on. Well, pretend that instead of listing... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Hilarious reasons for getting cutTHERE’S a famous scene in The Simpsons when Homer, coaching son Bart’s pee wee
Hilarious reasons for getting cut
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
THERE’S a famous scene in The Simpsons when Homer, coaching son Bart’s pee wee football team, cuts a bunch of players from the squad. “Wendell is cut, Rudy is cut, Janie you’re gone,” he says. And so on. Well, pretend that instead of listing... Read more
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The Economic Times
PM Narendra Modi pitches for promotion of art after inaugurating Bombay Art Society's buildingMUMBAI: Noting that art transcends time, race and religious barriers, Prime Min
PM Narendra Modi pitches for promotion of art after inaugurating Bombay Art Society's building
The Economic Times / Posted 14 hours ago
MUMBAI: Noting that art transcends time, race and religious barriers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today pitched for bringing art closer to the common man and using it to spread social messages on issues like 'Swachch India' as it has more appeal... Read more
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The Economic Times
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis hikes monetary reward for artists winning accolades"People only see Mumbai as the financial capital of the country. But the city i
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis hikes monetary reward for artists winning accolades
The Economic Times / Posted 14 hours ago
"People only see Mumbai as the financial capital of the country. But the city is also the art, literature, theatre and cinema capital of the country. In 1857, with the inception of Sir JJ School of Art, a new era started in this field and after that... Read more
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Business Standard India
PM Modi inaugurates Bombay Art Society building; pitches for promotion of artHe said art can be used to spread social messages on issues like 'Swachch India
PM Modi inaugurates Bombay Art Society building; pitches for promotion of art
Business Standard India / Posted 16 hours ago
He said art can be used to spread social messages on issues like 'Swachch India' as it has more appeal than spoken wordsHe said art can be used to spread social messages on... Read more
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asianage
In Mumbai, Narendra Modi pitches for promotion of artModi called for developing 'digital version' of creative works so that future g
In Mumbai, Narendra Modi pitches for promotion of art
asianage / Posted 16 hours ago
Modi called for developing 'digital version' of creative works so that future generations can understand the process. - Twitter Modi inaugurates the new building of the Bombay Art Society in suburban Bandra. Noting that art transcends time, race... Read more
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The Star
Former hockey defender Abdul Rahim dies - HockeyPETALING JAYA: Former national hockey defender Abdul Rahim Ahmad has passed awa
Former hockey defender Abdul Rahim dies - Hockey
The Star / Posted 17 hours ago
PETALING JAYA: Former national hockey defender Abdul Rahim Ahmad has passed away at the Klang General Hospital. He was 59. He was taken to the hospital after a bout of severe coughing, but was pronounced dead on arrival. The retired Klang Municipal... Read more
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New Kerala
Art cannot have restrictions or limits: PM Narendra ModiNew Delhi, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday unveiled a plaque
Art cannot have restrictions or limits: PM Narendra Modi
New Kerala / Posted 17 hours ago
New Delhi, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday unveiled a plaque to mark the inauguration of the new building complex of the Bombay Art Society, in Mumbai calling art as ageless and free from race and religion with no restrictions or... Read more
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New Kerala
Art brings history to life, says PM ModiMumbai, Feb. 13 : Lauding the contribution of art in society, Prime Minister Na
Art brings history to life, says PM Modi
New Kerala / Posted 18 hours ago
Mumbai, Feb. 13 : Lauding the contribution of art in society, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said art brings history to life, and described it as ageless and timeless. "This is a society that has influenced three centuries. The strength and... Read more
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The Economic Times
Banks push costly cheques, ATM withdrawals over cheaper NEFT and IMPSMUMBAI: A pricing anomaly in the banking system is resulting in the most effici
Banks push costly cheques, ATM withdrawals over cheaper NEFT and IMPS
The Economic Times / Posted 18 hours ago
MUMBAI: A pricing anomaly in the banking system is resulting in the most efficient means of funds transfer being disincentivised through charges even as the more expensive cheques and ATM withdrawals are made available for free. A study by an Indian... Read more
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The Hindu
Narendra Modi in Mumbai: Make in India weekModi inaugurates The Bombay Art Society in suburban Bandra. Art should be patr
Narendra Modi in Mumbai: Make in India week
The Hindu / Posted 18 hours ago
Modi inaugurates The Bombay Art Society in suburban Bandra. Art should be patronised and sponsored by the State, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he inaugurated the building of The Bombay Art Society in suburban Bandra on Saturday. Inaugurating... Read more
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New Kerala
Air pollution kills over 5.5 million people worldwide annuallyWashington, Feb 13 : More than 5.5 million people worldwide die prematurely eve
Air pollution kills over 5.5 million people worldwide annually
New Kerala / Posted 19 hours ago
Washington, Feb 13 : More than 5.5 million people worldwide die prematurely every year due to household and outdoor air pollution, and India and China together account for 55 percent of these deaths, new research has found. About 1.6 million people... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Scientists: air pollution led to more than 5.5 million premature deaths in 2013Air pollution caused more than 5.5 million people to die prematurely in 2013, a
Scientists: air pollution led to more than 5.5 million premature deaths in 2013
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 19 hours ago
Air pollution caused more than 5.5 million people to die prematurely in 2013, according to research presented on Friday, with more than half of those deaths in India and China and illnesses in those countries almost certain to rise. According to... Read more
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New Kerala
PM Narendra Modi to visit Mumbai todayNew Delhi, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai on Saturday.
PM Narendra Modi to visit Mumbai today
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
New Delhi, Feb 13 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai on Saturday. Leaving for Mumbai where I will attend various programmes through the day, Modi tweeted. Modi will inaugurate the Make in India Centre at MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla... Read more
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New Kerala
Mohamed bin Zayed visits BSE in MumbaiMumbai, Feb. 13 : His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince
Mohamed bin Zayed visits BSE in Mumbai
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
Mumbai, Feb. 13 : His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, visited the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in Mumbai, as part of his three-day visit to India. The BSE,... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Two face murder charge after dog kills gardenerTwo senior citizens have approached the Bombay high court seeking relief after
Two face murder charge after dog kills gardener
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 21 hours ago
Two senior citizens have approached the Bombay high court seeking relief after they were booked by the police under the stringent charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder after the pet dog of one of the men mauled his gardener, thus,... Read more
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dna
Govt orders merger of NSEL with Financial TechnologiesIn a first-ever order to merge two private companies, the government directed t
Govt orders merger of NSEL with Financial Technologies
dna / Posted 21 hours ago
In a first-ever order to merge two private companies, the government directed the merger of scam-hit National Spot Exchange Ltd with its parent Financial Technologies on Friday. Under the latest order, confirming the draft ruling issued back in... Read more
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The Economic Times
Original or fake? Firms like Naukri.com and BookMyShow get into copyright tussles over similar-sounding namesMUMBAI: BookMyShow is upset with smaller competitors supposedly using similar-s
Original or fake? Firms like Naukri.com and BookMyShow get into copyright tussles over similar-sounding names
The Economic Times / Posted 23 hours ago
MUMBAI: BookMyShow is upset with smaller competitors supposedly using similar-sounding names to hitch a free ride to popularity. The online ticket booker has filed cases against half-a-dozen companies for such alleged misuse in the past six... Read more
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The Economic Times
Government orders merger of NSEL with Financial TechnologiesNEW DELHI: The government has ordered a merger of scam-hit National Spot Exchan
Government orders merger of NSEL with Financial Technologies
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
NEW DELHI: The government has ordered a merger of scam-hit National Spot Exchange (NSEL) with its parent Financial Technologies India (FTIL), confirming the draft order passed more than a year ago. The merger will allow for settlement of Rs 5,600... Read more
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The Hindu
Film awards: a balance between main and independent film-making streamsThe selection committee that chose film awards for 2014, announced on Friday, s
Film awards: a balance between main and independent film-making streams
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
The selection committee that chose film awards for 2014, announced on Friday, seems to have tried to strike a balance between mainstream and independent film makers. Mainstream films like Gaja Kesari and Abhimanyu have made it to the awards list,... Read more
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The Economic Times
Investors get busy trading humour to beat stock market bluesMUMBAI: One of the things that was missing in 2008, when the world it seemed wa
Investors get busy trading humour to beat stock market blues
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
MUMBAI: One of the things that was missing in 2008, when the world it seemed was coming to an end, was the WhatsApp. Today, in the Year of the Monkey, the messaging app is the new, free, and certainly a far more effective tool to spread gossip and... Read more
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The Telegraph
Unequal portionsLegend has it that the late Nawab Sir K.G.M. Faroqui of Ratanpur, near Comilla,
Unequal portions
The Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Legend has it that the late Nawab Sir K.G.M. Faroqui of Ratanpur, near Comilla, a dumpy little man with a white moustache who lived in Rowland Road and wore a sola topee, was the only zamindar to obtain compensation from the governments of both India... Read more
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Business Standard India
UK daily Independent to go online-onlyThe Independent has a total circulation of around nearly 60,000, making it one
UK daily Independent to go online-only
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
The Independent has a total circulation of around nearly 60,000, making it one of Britain's least-read newspaperThe Independent has a total circulation of around nearly 60,000, making it one of Britain's... Read more
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Science Daily
Poor air quality kills 5.5 million worldwide annuallyPower plants, industrial manufacturing, vehicle exhaust and burning coal and wo
Poor air quality kills 5.5 million worldwide annually
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
Power plants, industrial manufacturing, vehicle exhaust and burning coal and wood all release small particles into the air that are dangerous to a person's health. New research, presented today at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Association... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Millions die from air pollution, mainly in China, IndiaWASHINGTON: Air pollution kills more than 5.5 million people around the world e
Millions die from air pollution, mainly in China, India
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON: Air pollution kills more than 5.5 million people around the world each year, with over half of those deaths occurring in fast-growing China and India, researchers said on Friday (Feb 12). And the number of premature deaths will continue... Read more
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Business Standard India
Govt orders merger of NSEL with FTILFTIL prepares to challenge the order in the Bombay High CourtFTIL prepares to c
Govt orders merger of NSEL with FTIL
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
FTIL prepares to challenge the order in the Bombay High CourtFTIL prepares to challenge the order in the Bombay High Court The Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) on Friday ordered the amalgamation of the... Read more
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New Kerala
PM to launch 'Make in India week' tomorrowNew Delhi, Feb. 12 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai tomorrow to
PM to launch 'Make in India week' tomorrow
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
New Delhi, Feb. 12 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai tomorrow to inaugurate the 'Make in India Centre' at MMRDA Grounds in the Bandra Kurla Complex. Prime Minister of Sweden and Prime Minister of Finland will also be present on the... Read more
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Business Standard India
The Billionaire Club: The best for the bestHow about a Gaitonde, a tour on a private luxury jet or an exclusive club membe
The Billionaire Club: The best for the best
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
How about a Gaitonde, a tour on a private luxury jet or an exclusive club membership as a gift to remember?How about a Gaitonde, a tour on a private luxury jet or an exclusive club membership as a gift to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Poor air quality kills 5.5 million worldwide annuallyNew research shows that more than 5.5 million people die prematurely every year
Poor air quality kills 5.5 million worldwide annually
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
New research shows that more than 5.5 million people die prematurely every year due to household and outdoor air pollution. More than half of deaths occur in two of the world's fastest growing economies, China and India. Credit: Institute for Health... Read more
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Calcutta News
PM to launch 'Make in India week' tomorrow New Delhi, Feb. 12 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai tomo
PM to launch 'Make in India week' tomorrow
Calcutta News / Posted yesterday
New Delhi, Feb. 12 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mumbai tomorrow to inaugurate the 'Make in India Centre' at MMRDA Grounds in the Bandra Kurla Complex. Prime Minister of Sweden and Prime... Read more
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express
AIR POLLUTION WARNING: Contamination 'killing five MILLION people' each year AIR pollution may be responsible for killing roughly five MILLION people arou
AIR POLLUTION WARNING: Contamination 'killing five MILLION people' each year
express / Posted yesterday
AIR pollution may be responsible for killing roughly five MILLION people around the world each year, a shock new study has warned. The new study revealed air pollution... Read more
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Business Standard India
IOC posts net profit of Rs 3,056 crore in third quarterThis compares with a net loss of Rs 2,636 crore reported in the corresponding q
IOC posts net profit of Rs 3,056 crore in third quarter
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
This compares with a net loss of Rs 2,636 crore reported in the corresponding quarter last financial year. "The improvement is mainly attributed to increased refining and petrochemical margins apart from reduced financing cost," Chairman and... Read more
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Business Standard India
Maggi impact: Nestle's December quarter net down 44% to Rs 183 crHowever, the company improved its bottomline and sales sequentially, compared t
Maggi impact: Nestle's December quarter net down 44% to Rs 183 cr
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
However, the company improved its bottomline and sales sequentially, compared to the previous two quartersHowever, the company improved its bottomline and sales sequentially, compared... Read more
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