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1 hr ago | The Times of India

Row over rates stalls CGHS facility at private hospitals

Health ministry data states that 24 of 407 private hospitals empanelled under the CGHS have decided 'unilaterally' to discontinue the credit facility.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

The Times of India

Gay sex: SC to hear plea on Section 377 in open court

On December 11, 2013, the Supreme Court had upheld the validity of Section 377 of Indian Penal Code, which criminalized gay sex.

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Newkerala.com

Railways integrator, unifier of India, says president

New Delhi, April 22 : Millions of Indians from various backgrounds use one common mode of transportation - the Indian Railways - which thus play a major role as an "integrator and unifier" of the country, President Pranab Mukherjee said Tuesday.

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ABC News

Poll: Indians View Rape as Big Problem, Laws Lax

A new poll shows that Indians view rape as a big problem in their country and think the criminal justice system is inadequate to deal with it.

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Vancouver Sun

Photos: Earth Day 2014

Photos from around the world as people hold events to spread awareness of conservation efforts and support environmental protection on Earth Day, which is observed annually on April 22. An Indian man wipes himself dry after bathing in the River Yamuna, covered in industrial effluence, on Earth Day in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, April 22, 2014.

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Mid-Day Mumbai

Congress slams Narendra Modi for leveling allegations against Gandhi family

New Delhi: As Priyanka Gandhi vowed to fight back the allegations against her husband Robert Vadra, Congress today pulled out all the stops in his defence, slamming Narendra Modi for levelling "cheap and baseless" allegations against members of the Gandhi family.

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Reuters

In Indian mining town, nexus between politics and crime plays out

Stooping to feed grain to a black cow as a religious offering at his unfinished mansion, Indian politician and rags-to-riches millionaire B. Sreeramulu may need help from the gods if he is to win a hard-fought race for the parliamentary seat of Bellary.

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Rediff.com

HTC launches Desire 210, its lowest priced smartphone

TC President for Global sales and CFO Chialin Chang said, "In the last 12 months or so we have been thinking about to come up with sub-Rs 10,000 product for Indian market if we are able to be succesful on that front it could be taken outside as well, in not just emerging market but sometime industrial economies as well."

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

International Business Times

Indian Businessman Gobbles Up 12 Gold Bars in Desperate Smuggling...

He initially complained he had accidentally swallowed the cap of a water bottle and wanted it removed.

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The Telegraph

Sangh '100%' campaign for Modi

BJP supporters climb the poles of a makeshift tent to catch a glimpse of Narendra Modi at a rally in Mathura on Monday.

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Newkerala.com

'Surrogate mothers should get minimum compensation'

New Delhi, April 21 : A group working for the cause of infertility and third party assistance Monday called for a standard compensation amount for surrogate mothers, and recommended Rs.2.25 lakh as the minimum amount irrespective of city or state she lives in.

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Leopard Attacks Residents In Central India

You can see the video here . New Delhi Television calls it "an indication of increased conflicts between man and animal."

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The Times of India

Row over clinical trial as 254 Indian women die

The three-cluster randomized controlled trials looked for a cheap screening treatment for cervical cancer for introduction into the public health programme.

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CNN

Mr. Poo: Unlikely public health hero

File photo: A Indian man washes as another comes out of a toilet in a toilet complex run by an NGO Sulabh International at railway station in New Delhi in 2011.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

Newkerala.com

India wants Internet to become Equinet

By Aparajita Gupta, New Delhi, April 20 : India favours a multilateral role in net governance and management, a "transformational shift from the Internet of today to the Equinet of tomorrow".

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The Telegraph

Postal bank test awaits new govt

New Delhi, April 20: The high profile spat between the Reserve Bank of India and the finance ministry over converting India's loss-making 1.54 lakh post offices under India Post into a bank is likely to be one of the challenging issues that the next government will have to handle.

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Business Times

UK's Diageo hopes it will be second time lucky in India

Last week's offer for shares it does not own in India's biggest liquor company is more than double a 2012 bid spurned by many investors as too low that forced Diageo to settle for a lower stake.

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The Daily Star

No worry for Bangladesh if Modi wins'

Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi , the prime ministerial candidate for India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party , plays a dhol, an Indian musical instrument, during an election campaign rally in Mangaldoi in the northeastern Indian state of Assam April 19, 2014.

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Newkerala.com

Terror groups now pick sophisticated Indian-made arms, ammunition

By Alok Singh, New Delhi, April 20 : Terror groups in India, like the banned Indian Mujahideen, are relying more on indigenously made weapons and ammunition, from underground "arms factories", rather than smuggling them in from abroad.

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Daily Times

Man of Damage to India' : April 20, 2014,

NEW DELHI India's Congress party's national spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Sunday criticised the rival Bhartiya Janata Party and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for taking all credit for Gujarat's development and hiding crucial information from people.

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