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What do we need the most in life?

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | in Agenda

The answers to all the questions that keep complicating our lives have already been provided to us. They have been given to us in our ability to read the scriptures and have faith. But the ultimate responsibility of using it well is ours, writes AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI We will get unlimited...

Briefly Speaking

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Pioneer | in Agenda

Fight against a deadly pathogen Researchers have discovered several genetic biomarkers that can accurately identify hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae, a pathogen that infects healthy people and can cause blindness in one day. It can also lead to flesh-eating infections, brain abscesses and death. Hypervirulent K. pneumoniae, which is also resistant...

The Forbidden Fruit

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Pramod Pathak | in Agenda

An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” goes the popular saying. Maybe it needs to be clinically correlated, but nevertheless, the present world owes a lot to apple. In fact, humanity’s descent to planet earth is due to apple, if we take a cue from The Holy Bible. Was...

Astroturf : The markers of unconventionality

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | in Agenda

The nation is keenly watching the proceedings of constitutional bench constituted by the honourable Supreme Court hearing petition which deals with the criminality or legality of unconventional carnal instincts. Whatever be the court verdict, I am tempted to discuss astrological pointers to all sorts of unconventional, erratic, and rebellious nature...

Moon sees India as alternative to China

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Rajiv kumar | in Agenda

South Korea realises that their dependence on China is a threat to their economy. And, therefore, Seoul has designed a policy to diversify its economic relations and they find a rising India can replace China market South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited India from July 8 to July 11. This was...

Crisis in Nicaragua: Will Ortega survive?

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Makhan Saikia | in Agenda

President Daniel Ortega's brand of “state capitalism” has sharply divided the Nicaraguan society. His failure to acknowledge the mood of the public may cost him presidentship as he is fighting a war of survival As public protest in Nicaragua has deepened, Daniel Ortega, the embattled President of the country, is battling...

Police reforms: Analysis and perspectives

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | SUDHIR HINDWAN | in Agenda

There is need for more productive relationship among paramilitary forces, intelligence agencies, local police, Army, and local population. Police need to diversify its activities by inculcating technical and professional expertise in maintaining internal security The recent direction of the Supreme Court regarding the appointment of chiefs of police in States ...

Reel & real Soorma

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | MUSBA HASHMI | in Sunday Pioneer

MUSBA HASHMI travels to Shahabad to bring you the amazing comeback story of hockey star SANDEEP SINGH with a detailed account of the darkest days in his life and one accidental bullet that changed his life forever On August 26, 2006 was an usually busy morning for everyone but for Flicker...

India to be $10 trillion economy by 2030: Garg

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | PTI | New Delhi | in Sunday Pioneer

The Indian economy is at a “take off” stage and is expected to be the world's third largest by 2030 with GDP worth $10 trillion, Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said on Saturday. “Good days are ahead and lot of good work is happening in the economy. The economy is...

SEBI proposes tighter rules for auditors, valuers

Sunday, 15 Jul 2018 | Agencies | Mumbai | in Sunday Pioneer

India’s capital market regulator has proposed amendments to tighten laws governing auditors and other third-party individuals hired bylisted companies for auditing financial results, amongother things. The Kotak Committee, formed to come up with proposals for improving corporate governance, last year recommended that the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) should...



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Two-month-old dies in 108-Amublance

18 Jul 2018 | Staff Reporter | RAIPUR

A two-month-old infant died due to suffocation after the door of the ‘108 Ambulance Service’ that was carrying him to a hospital malfunctioned and failed to open on time at Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar Hospital here on Tuesday. The Ambulance operators tried to open the door for a couple of hours but failed to open it on time...

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