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Eco-friendly crackers: How green is your Diwali?

At one point of time, the bursting of tens of thousands of firecrackers during Dussehra and Diwali turned several cities in the country into virtual “gas chambers”. It’s time that changed now, with the use of green crackers.
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Conflict of interest, graft-free tenure, Dhoni to be Ganguly’s focus

Newly-elected BCCI president Sourav Ganguly is easily the most high-profile name to head the world's richest cricket board that has been mired in administrative turmoil for the past three years.
milk, FSSAI, Tamil Nadu, adulteration

FSSAI report that found carcinogen in TN milk was lopsided, say producers

A recent study by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) over milk safety has stirred up a fresh controversy in Tamil Nadu with many milk producers and dealers in the state accusing the authority of com...

Why the fate of Sivakasi cracker workers is clouded in smoke

At 5 o'clock on an October morning, a scrawny man in his late 30s hops onto a bus. Behind him, a young woman carrying a tiffin box calls out to wait for her. She is just in time before the bus hurtles past tiny lanes wit...
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Vehicles with children in school uniforms exempt from odd-even: Kejriwal

Easing the restrictions that the odd-even scheme would entail, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that vehicles carrying children in school uniforms will be exempted from the scheme in New Delhi.
Ranbaxy, Singh brothers, Religare Fininvest Ltd, Shivender Mohan, Malvinder Mohan, accused, arrested

How the Singh brothers of Ranbaxy and Religare lost their billions

The arrest of the Singh brothers, Shivender Mohan and Malvinder Mohan, last week for allegedly causing wrongful loss worth ₹2,397 crore to financial service firm, Religare Fininvest could just be the trigger for more skeletons coming out of the cupboard of the accused.

Modi, Xi discuss trade, terrorism over dinner; aim to fix ties

Belying the recent acrimony over the Kashmir issue, PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a two-and-half-hour "open and cordial" one-on-one discussion over dinner, vowing to jointly combat terrorism and radicalisation.

Are vaccination fears hurting immunisation efforts?

Experts too blame the ‘anti-vaccination movement’ for the huge drop in immunisation. WHO, earlier this year, too has pointed out that the anti-vaccine movement is one of the worst health threats in 2019.

Why private players in Indian Railways could be a game changer

Considering the prevailing bus, taxi and air fares, the IRCTC-run Tejas trains will offer no concession on tickets and the fares will remain dynamic. This experiment will probably set the tone for some fare overhaul in the Railways itself.