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New Delhi, Feb 8 : Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who is undergoing treatment for a chest infection at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), is reported to be stable and making progress.
Dr. Sampath Kumar, the head of the Cardiac-Thoracic Vascular Sciences brushed off rumours regarding Vajpayee''s ill health. Kumar confirmed that his condition has not deteriorated and also said that he has no fever.
Bangalore, Oct 19: An entire village of about 2,000 people in Karnataka's Dharwad district is being relocated as it is hit by floods almost every year during the monsoon.
The village, Kongawada, about 50 km from Dharwad and 420 km north of Bangalore, is on the banks of Bennehalla, a tributary of the Malaprabha river.
The village of about 300 houses is being shifted to a higher plane about two km away. The state government has acquired 30 acres of land and will build over 350 houses on the site, each of 1,500 sq ft area.
New Delhi, Aug 20 : Health authorities in Delhi have confirmed two swine flu deaths on Thursday.
A 35-year-old female patient died at the Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital on Wednesday night becoming the first victim of the virus in the national capital.
Thirty one year old Samrat Pandeya, a resident of Gurgaon, who was initially treated at various private hospitals and later brought to the RML Hospital, succumbed to the virus on Thursday morning.
Brussels - A member of staff of an old people's home in Brussels died Monday after being allegedly shot by robbers, the Belga news agency reported.
Another member of staff was injured during the holdup, which saw two armed robbers wearing motorcycle helmets run off with a loot of jewelry and 200 euros (285 dollars) in cash.
Witnesses said the robbers opened fire at the facility in the Uccle neighbourhood after staffers refused to hand over the money.
Police believe the suspects had targeted a similar facility only hours earlier. (dpa)
As per reports, Dr Ashish Patel, director of Tejnaksh Healthcare's Institute of Urology in Dhule, has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records as he removed more than 1,72,155 stones from a single kidney of the patient.
Patel conducted the surgery on one of his patient Dhanraj Wadile in December last year when he reported trouble in stomach for six months.
The diagnosis revealed that Wadile is suffering from Pelvi-Ureteric Junction obstruction of the left kidney, which was drooping from its normal position.
New Delhi, Mar 31: Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh has said that the party will speed up foreign investment projects in India if it wins the general election, with business hit by red tape, land protests and lack of government help.
Jack Carpenter at "I Love You, Beth Cooper" New York City Special Screening Hosted by Seventeen Magazine - ArrivalsSubmitted by Kiran Pahwa on Fri, 08/28/2009 - 18:57.
New Delhi, Feb. 28 : Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday said the Congress-led UPA Government believes in inclusive growth with emphasis on improving the human development index.
Chidambaram, who is presenting the Union Budget for 2013-14 in Parliament, said without growth there will be no development and inclusiveness.
Chidambaram said the economic space is constrained at present, and added that India doesn''t have the choice between welcoming and spurning foreign investment.
Director Sudhir Mishra’s Tera Kya Hogga Johnny, the sequel to Johnny Gaddar, was uploaded on the internet, split into 10 minute parts. The team and the director of the film are stunned.
The film starring Neil Nitin Mukesh, Soha Ali Khan and Kay Kay Menon had been uploaded on Youtube. As soon as the team found out about this, they filed a complaint at the Bandra Kurla cyber crime department and plan to file one at the Juhu police station as well. They have asked Youtube to remove the videos and complained there too. The Juhu police station complaint will book the criminal.
Hanoi - Vietnamese media and consumers Thursday criticized government authorities over a food safety scandal in which milk products with falsified protein content were sold for months after inspectors discovered the fraud.
Health authorities in Ho Chi Minh City revealed Friday that dozens of Vietnamese-made and foreign dairy products they had tested beginning in October, including infant formula, contained almost no protein, despite advertising high protein levels on their packaging.
Nutrition officials said up to half of the products tested contained less than 2 per cent protein, far below the 11-14 per cent required for basic nutrition for small children. But authorities did not begin removing the products from stores until last week.
Kada Dham (Koshambi Janpad) Uttar Pradesh, April 1: It could appear strange to many but several people in Uttar Pradesh’s Kada Dham in Koshambi Janpad assemble to worship “Donkeys” on the first day of April to invoke divine blessings and prosperity!
Devotees of Sheetla Mata, a local deity at popular pilgrimage center Kada Dham, arrive here from far off areas to worship the beast of burden every year. They bring their donkeys to sell them during a special fair held under the auspices of the temple.
According to a report published in Wall Street Journal, the Indian biggie Reliance Industries Ltd. is almost at the last stage of a deal which would allow the company to have a large stake in a natural gas firm in US.
Reliance has to pay between $1 billion and $1.5 billion to buy the stake. Reliance is going to be the first Indian company to go for such a joint venture. The name of the US firm is Atlas Energy Inc. Atlas energy is one of the largest gas company of the country. It has around 584,000 acres in the expansive Marcellus Shale. This is a vast gas-bearing formation and spreads from West Virginia to New York.
Trent Kowalik at 5th Annual ABC and SOAPnet Salute Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Benefit - ArrivalsSubmitted by Kiran Pahwa on Sat, 03/28/2009 - 19:25.
After the M&M Group faced certain difficulties in retaining the Satyam's domestic employees, the company is now cautious as it fears losing crucial overseas staff as the global tech market is now witnessing a revival. While the company is now moving its key employees over various markets such as US and UK, the company also expects the appraisals to hold the employees back in the company.
Notably, Mahindra Group acquired Satyam Computer Services after the Chairman Ramalinga Raju confessed the fraud he committed in inflating the books of accounts last year.
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