Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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India, Sweden to strengthen defence and security cooperation (/mobi/news/nation/india-sweden-to-strengthendefence-and-security-cooperation/575351.html)
LIVE: As ATMs run dry, FM says temporary; Rahul blames ‘note-ban terror’ (/mobi/news/nation/live-as-atms-run-dry-fm-says-temporaryrahul-blames-note-ban-terror/575315.html) High Court orders Rs 20 lakh relief for deceased Akali leader’s wife (/mobi/news/punjab/high-court-orders-rs-20-lakh-relief-for-deceasedakali-leader-s-wife/575320.html) Pak rejects allegations of inciting Sikh pilgrims (/mobi/news/nation/pak-rejects-allegations-of-inciting-sikh-pilgrims/575356.html) SC orders demolition of illegal constructions in Kasauli hotels (/mobi/news/himachal/sc-orders-demolition-of-illegal-constructions-in-kasaulihotels/575361.html) Parl panel calls RBI governor to answer queries on bank scams (/mobi/news/nation/parl-panel-calls-rbi-governor-to-answer-queries-on-bankscams/575344.html) Chargesheet filed against four DU students for 'stalking' Smriti Irani (/mobi/news/nation/chargesheet-filed-against-four-du-students-forstalking-smriti-irani/575326.html) Kathua rape: Minister who quit J-K cabinet takes out rally for CBI probe (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/kathua-rape-minister-who-quit-j-kcabinet-takes-out-rally-for-cbi-probe/575354.html) Man kills seven-year-old girl after raping her in Uttar Pradesh’s Etah (/mobi/news/nation/man-kills-seven-year-old-girl-after-raping-her-inuttar-pradesh-s-etah/575324.html) Chandigarh airport to remain closed from May 12 to 31 (/mobi/news/chandigarh/chandigarh-airport-to-remain-closed-from-may-12-to31/575350.html) Dalit activists raided across Maharashtra ahead of planned protests (/mobi/news/nation/dalit-activists-raided-across-maharashtra-ahead-ofplanned-protests/575359.html)
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OPINION (/mobi/news/opinion/) EDITORIALS
Pak’s peace overtures (/mobi/news/editorials/pak-s-peace-overtures/574839.html) The dignity of the robe (/mobi/news/editorials/the-dignity-of-the-robe/574838.html) COMMENT
India, China one on oil (/mobi/news/comment/india-china-one-on-oil/574846.html) Sushma Ramachandran
Much to be learnt from Nordic nations (/mobi/news/comment/much-to-be-learnt-from-nordic-nations/574845.html) Ashok Sharma
Why state power firms can’t make profits (/mobi/news/comment/why-state-power-firms-can-t-make-profits/574844.html) Bhupinder Singh & Malkit Singh
A leaf out of cheat sheet (/mobi/news/musings/a-leaf-out-of-cheat-sheet/574847.html) Col DS Cheema (Retd) more Opinion (/mobi/news/opinion/)
BJP seeks apology from Cong for using term 'saffron terror' (/mobi/video/bjp-seeks-apology-from-cong-for-using-term-saffron-terror/20859.html)
NATION (/MOBI/NEWS/NATION/) State govts on board to seek recall of SC/ST Act order: MHA (/mobi/news/nation/state-govts-on-board-to-seek-recall-of-scst-act-order-mha/575362.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 6:55 PM
NEW DELHI: State governments are with the Centre on the issue of recalling the Supreme Court order allegedly diluting the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, home ministry officials said.
PM can't face Lok Sabha for 15 minutes: Rahul (/mobi/news/nation/pm-can-t-face-lok-sabha-for-15-minutes-rahul/575348.html) Twitteratis mock ongoing cash crunch (/mobi/news/nation/twitteratis-mock-ongoing-cash-crunch/575353.html) Delhi govt cancels appointment of 9 advisers after MHA's objection (/mobi/news/nation/delhi-govt-cancels-appointment-of-9-advisers-aftermha-s-objection/575358.html) BJP demands apology from Sonia, Rahul for 'defaming Hindus' (/mobi/news/nation/bjp-demands-apology-from-sonia-rahul-for-defaminghindus/575333.html) Jodhpur court to deliver Asaram verdict in jail premises on April 25 (/mobi/news/nation/jodhpur-court-to-deliver-asaram-verdict-in-jailpremises-on-april-25/575360.html) more Nation (/mobi/news/nation/)
Kin, villagers hold up traffic (/mobi/news/chandigarh/kin-villagers-hold-up-traffic/575204.html) Supremacy battle behind the killing (/mobi/news/chandigarh/supremacy-battle-behind-the-killing/575205.html) Son in arms, woman jumps into canal (/mobi/news/chandigarh/son-in-arms-woman-jumps-into-canal/575203.html) Speeding truck kills youth (/mobi/news/chandigarh/speeding-truck-kills-youth/575207.html) House proposes, Commissioner disposes (/mobi/news/chandigarh/house-proposes-commissioner-disposes/575206.html) CHB to launch housing scheme in Sec 53 (/mobi/news/chandigarh/chb-to-launch-housing-scheme-in-sec-53/575208.html) AICTE Chairman dwells on plan to change curriculum (/mobi/news/chandigarh/aicte-chairman-dwells-on-plan-to-changecurriculum/575210.html) 525 students awarded at PGGCG-42 (/mobi/news/chandigarh/525-students-awarded-at-pggcg-42/575212.html) more Chandigarh (/mobi/news/chandigarh/)
PUNJAB (/MOBI/NEWS/PUNJAB/) Dalits hold protest in Jalandhar over Phagwara shootout incident (/mobi/news/punjab/dalits-hold-protest-in-jalandharover-phagwara-shootout-incident/575322.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 12:19 PM
JALANDHAR: Dalit communities held a protest at Company Bagh Chowk here on Tuesday over the Phagwara shootout incident. Heavy police force and paramilitary personnel have been deployed around the protest site.
Hard evidence emerges of Pakistan’s support to Sikh militants (/mobi/news/punjab/hard-evidence-emerges-of-pakistan-s-support-to-sikhmilitants/575328.html) We are happy to host Sikh pilgrims: Pak’s Deputy HC (/mobi/news/punjab/we-are-happy-to-host-sikh-pilgrims-pak-s-deputy-hc/575343.html) Govt to monitor its vehicles, eyes 25 pc cut in fuel bill (/mobi/news/punjab/govt-to-monitor-its-vehicles-eyes-25-pc-cut-in-fuelbill/575087.html) ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’ screening to continue: SC (/mobi/news/punjab/-nanak-shah-fakir-screening-to-continue-sc/575272.html) CM to meet Rahul, Cabinet expansion likely on April 19 (/mobi/news/punjab/cm-to-meet-rahul-cabinet-expansion-likely-on-april19/575086.html) more Punjab (/mobi/news/punjab/)
DIASPORA (/MOBI/NEWS/DIASPORA/) Indian-origin investment adviser charged with fraud (/mobi/news/diaspora/indian-origin-investment-adviser-charged-withfraud/575303.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 10:40 AM
NEW YORK: An Indian-origin investment adviser has been charged by US federal authorities for orchestrating a fraudulent million dollar investment scheme over several years.
US rescue team recovers bodies of missing Indian, daughter (/mobi/news/diaspora/us-rescue-team-recovers-bodies-of-missing-indiandaughter/575291.html) Brawl at gurdwara over change of leadership in US leaves 4 injured (/mobi/news/diaspora/brawl-at-gurdwara-over-change-of-leadership-inus-leaves-4-injured/574734.html) NRI businessman plans to implement projects worth USD 2bn in India (/mobi/news/diaspora/nri-businessman-plans-to-implement-projectsworth-usd-2bn-in-india/574782.html) Rescuers searching for missing Indian family in US find body of a woman (/mobi/news/diaspora/rescuers-searching-for-missing-indianfamily-in-us-find-body-of-a-woman/574262.html) US man indicted for death of Indian student in hit-and-run case (/mobi/news/diaspora/us-man-indicted-for-death-of-indian-student-in-hit-andrun-case/573286.html) more Diaspora (/mobi/news/diaspora/)
HARYANA (/MOBI/NEWS/HARYANA/) School cricket coach shot dead outside school in Sonepat’s Kharkhoda (/mobi/news/haryana/school-cricket-coach-shot-deadoutside-school-in-sonepat-s-kharkhoda/575321.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 12:14 PM
SONEPAT: Motorcycle-borne assailants on Tuesday shot dead a cricket coach in a senior secondary school at Kharkhoda in this district. Sumit Badhwar was shot dead outside the school.
Man kills wife for being 'obsessed with social media, neglecting him' (/mobi/news/haryana/man-kills-wife-for-being-obsessed-with-socialmedia-neglecting-him/574900.html) Haryana puts Rajiv Trust on notice (/mobi/news/haryana/haryana-puts-rajiv-trust-on-notice/575271.html) Girl students to get free transportation soon: CM (/mobi/news/haryana/girl-students-to-get-free-transportation-soon-cm/574887.html) 1 dead in clash over K’shetra Waqf land (/mobi/news/haryana/1-dead-in-clash-over-k-shetra-waqf-land/575274.html) 29 colonies in Panipat city to be regularised, says CM (/mobi/news/haryana/29-colonies-in-panipat-city-to-be-regularised-sayscm/574894.html) more Haryana (/mobi/news/haryana/)
HIMACHAL (/MOBI/NEWS/HIMACHAL/) 3 kids discharged, still under trauma (/mobi/news/himachal/3-kids-discharged-still-under-trauma/574995.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 12:28 AM
NURPUR: Even as the memories of the fatal accident haunt them every now and then, the parents of the three children, who were discharged from hospital on Monday, have made up their mind to admit them in the government school located in the village.
Strict norms for school bus drivers (/mobi/news/himachal/strict-norms-for-school-bus-drivers/574991.html) Resident doctors strike work at Tanda college (/mobi/news/himachal/resident-doctors-strike-work-at-tanda-college/575002.html) Cell to check manufacture of substandard drugs (/mobi/news/himachal/cell-to-check-manufacture-of-substandard-drugs/575003.html) Jal Nigam created to address Shimla water woes (/mobi/news/himachal/jal-nigam-created-to-address-shimla-water-woes/574994.html) Locals: Allow tourism activities in Rohtang (/mobi/news/himachal/locals-allow-tourism-activities-in-rohtang/574992.html) more Himachal (/mobi/news/himachal/)
JAMMU & KASHMIR (/MOBI/NEWS/JAMMU-KASHMIR/) Kathua case: All accused plead not guilty (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/kathua-case-all-accused-plead-notguilty/575061.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 12:46 AM
JAMMU/KATHUA: All eight accused in the rape and murder of a minor girl in Kathua on Monday pleaded not guilty and requested the court for a narcoanalysis “to bring out the truth” in the case that has created a nationwide outrage and communal divide in the state.
Two teenagers killed in accident in Doda (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/two-teenagers-killed-in-accident-in-doda/575339.html) Kathua victim’s kin for trial in Chandigarh (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/kathua-victim-s-kin-for-trial-in-chandigarh/575275.html) Guv accepts resignations of 2 BJP ministers (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/guv-accepts-resignations-of-2-bjp-ministers/575062.html) Doda students seek justice in Kathua case (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/doda-students-seek-justice-in-kathua-case/575056.html) Kargil residents seek justice for rape victim (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/kargil-residents-seek-justice-for-rape-victim/575065.html) more Jammu & Kashmir (/mobi/news/jammu-kashmir/)
UTTARAKHAND (/MOBI/NEWS/UTTARAKHAND/) Unexpected rain spells trouble for farmers (/mobi/news/uttarakhand/unexpected-rain-spells-trouble-for-farmers/574877.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 12:41 AM
DEHRADUN: The unexpected rain accompanied by hail storms that lashed the state last week this month have spelled trouble for Uttarakhand farmers eyeing a good season as there have been reports of extensive damage to crops in various parts of the state.
Youths’ ongoing exodus undermines state govt’s agri-based industries (/mobi/news/uttarakhand/youths-ongoing-exodus-undermines-stategovt-s-agri-based-industries/574876.html) 6,000 appointments in govt depts soon: Pant (/mobi/news/uttarakhand/6-000-appointments-in-govt-depts-soon-pant/574875.html) Bank official killed in car accident (/mobi/news/uttarakhand/bank-official-killed-in-car-accident/574874.html) Cop held for molestation (/mobi/news/uttarakhand/cop-held-for-molestation/574871.html) Tourist’s body found (/mobi/news/uttarakhand/tourist-s-body-found/574865.html) more Uttarakhand (/mobi/news/uttarakhand/)
WORLD (/MOBI/NEWS/WORLD/) Judge, wife in Pakistan get 1 year in jail for torturing minor maid (/mobi/news/world/judge-wife-in-pakistan-get-1-year-injail-for-torturing-minor-maid/575347.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 3:19 PM
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani high court on Tuesday sentenced an additional district and sessions judge and his wife to one year in jail for torturing a 10-year-old girl child working as a domestic help at their house here.
Frequent tweeter Modi loses voice when it comes to rape of minority women: NYT (/mobi/news/world/frequent-tweeter-modi-loses-voicewhen-it-comes-to-rape-of-minority-women-nyt/575349.html) Six dead in Iran armed clash near Pakistan border (/mobi/news/world/six-dead-in-iran-armed-clash-near-pakistan-border/575342.html) US, Britain warn of Russian campaign to hack networks (/mobi/news/world/us-britain-warn-of-russian-campaign-to-hacknetworks/575335.html) Cambridge Analytica ex-CEO refuses to testify in UK (/mobi/news/world/cambridge-analytica-ex-ceo-refuses-to-testify-in-uk/575364.html) Gunmen attack vehicle, kill 6 civilians in Afghanistan: Official (/mobi/news/world/gunmen-attack-vehicle-kill-6-civilians-in-afghanistanofficial/575325.html) more World (/mobi/news/world/)
BUSINESS (/MOBI/NEWS/BUSINESS/) Pancard Clubs: SEBI attaches assets to recover Rs 7,035 crore (/mobi/news/business/pancard-clubs-sebi-attaches-assets-torecover-rs-7-035-crore/574878.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 12:04 AM
NEW DELHI: Markets regulator SEBI on Monday ordered attachment of properties, luxury cars, gold and jewellery of Pancard Clubs and its directors to recover dues worth Rs 7,035 crore in a case related to illegal fund raising.
Wholesale inflation eases to 2.47% on fall in food prices (/mobi/news/business/wholesale-inflation-eases-to-2-47-on-fall-in-foodprices/574879.html) Re dives 29p to close at 6-mth low vs $ (/mobi/news/business/re-dives-29p-to-close-at-6-mth-low-vs/574880.html) Blue Star to take a final call on setting up Samba unit by June (/mobi/news/business/blue-star-to-take-a-final-call-on-setting-up-samba-unitby-june/574882.html) Deposit Rs 100 crore by May 10, SC tells JP Asso (/mobi/news/business/deposit-rs-100-crore-by-may-10-sc-tells-jp-asso/574883.html) Fortis to look at all eligible options in Board meet (/mobi/news/business/fortis-to-look-at-all-eligible-options-in-board-meet/574881.html) more Business (/mobi/news/business/)
SPORT (/MOBI/NEWS/SPORT/) Women power India’s gold quest (/mobi/news/sport/women-power-india-s-gold-quest/575284.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 2:18 AM
GOLD COAST:Commonwealth Games 2018 had an equal number of medals for men and women — 275 sets of medals in all, of which 133 each were presented to men and women.
India should boycott 2022 CWG, says NRAI chief Raninder Singh (/mobi/news/sport/india-should-boycott-2022-cwg-says-nrai-chiefraninder-singh/575363.html) Will work on technique to improve personal best this season: Chopra (/mobi/news/sport/will-work-on-technique-to-improve-personal-bestthis-season-chopra/575282.html) Closing ceremony: Sorry we got it wrong, says CWG boss (/mobi/news/sport/closing-ceremony-sorry-we-got-it-wrong-says-cwgboss/575281.html) Without Bolt, Jamaican sprinters fail CWG test (/mobi/news/sport/without-bolt-jamaican-sprinters-fail-cwg-test/575283.html) Bitter ‘homecoming’ for Gambhir (/mobi/news/sport/bitter-homecoming-for-gambhir/575280.html) more Sport (/mobi/news/sport/)
IN FOCUS (/MOBI/NEWS/IN-FOCUS/) Give wings to fly (/mobi/news/in-focus/give-wings-to-fly/574430.html) 16 Apr 2018 | 12:50 AM
DISINVESTMENT of Air India is back in the news again. Although important, it is not being covered as much in the media as it should be possibly because of the political turmoil that is taking place in the country. All that we get to hear is about those who expressed initial interest in buying Air India and those who have declined to bid for the company.
Homecoming of forgotten foods (/mobi/news/in-focus/homecoming-of-forgotten-foods/570811.html) Aadhaar card not mandatory for NRIs (/mobi/news/in-focus/aadhaar-card-not-mandatory-for-nris/571106.html) Back to basics (/mobi/news/in-focus/back-to-basics/570817.html) From the rooftop (/mobi/news/in-focus/from-the-rooftop/567559.html) The energy goldmine (/mobi/news/in-focus/the-energy-goldmine/567561.html) more In Focus (/mobi/news/in-focus/)
HEALTH (/MOBI/NEWS/HEALTH/) Sitting for too long may increase dementia risk (/mobi/news/health/sitting-for-too-long-may-increase-dementiarisk/573303.html) 13 Apr 2018 | 12:45 PM
LOS ANGELES: Sitting for too long may increase the risk of dementia in middle-aged adults, according to scientists, including one of Indian origin.
Raw fruit, vegetables good for mental health (/mobi/news/health/raw-fruit-vegetables-good-for-mental-health/575357.html) Google develops AR-powered microscope for real-time cancer detection (/mobi/news/health/google-develops-ar-powered-microscope-forreal-time-cancer-detection/575340.html) 3 cups of coffee, tea daily may cut stroke risk: Study (/mobi/news/health/3-cups-of-coffee-tea-daily-may-cut-stroke-risk-study/575338.html) Mother's depression can adversely affect child's IQ (/mobi/news/health/mother-s-depression-can-adversely-affect-child-s-iq/575318.html) Over 100 genes that determine hair colour identified (/mobi/news/health/over-100-genes-that-determine-hair-colour-identified/575307.html) more Health (/mobi/news/health/)
SCI/TECH/GADGETS/ENV. (/MOBI/NEWS/SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY/) Mountain erosion may add CO2 to atmosphere (/mobi/news/science-technology/mountain-erosion-may-add-co2-toatmosphere/573326.html) 13 Apr 2018 | 4:53 PM
NEW YORK: The process of mountain erosion can be a source of new carbon dioxide gas that can release it back into the atmosphere far faster than it is being absorbed into newly exposed rock, a study has found.
Scientists accidentally develop plastic-eating enzyme (/mobi/news/science-technology/scientists-accidentally-develop-plastic-eatingenzyme/575312.html) Huge asteroid gives Earth surprise flyby (/mobi/news/science-technology/huge-asteroid-gives-earth-surprise-flyby/575309.html) Urban areas crowded with ‘nuisance’ birds (/mobi/news/science-technology/urban-areas-crowded-with-nuisance-birds/574778.html) Pentagon to track soldiers’ smartphones to monitor their health (/mobi/news/science-technology/pentagon-to-track-soldiers-smartphones-tomonitor-their-health/574767.html) NASA's positive on next planet-hunting mission launch (/mobi/news/science-technology/nasa-s-positive-on-next-planet-hunting-missionlaunch/574278.html) more Sci/Tech/Gadgets/Env. (/mobi/news/science-technology/)
LIFE+STYLE (/MOBI/NEWS/LIFE-STYLE/) Shilpa Shetty to make digital debut as blind dating show host (/mobi/news/life-style/shilpa-shetty-to-make-digital-debut-as-blinddating-show-host/575313.html) 17 Apr 2018 | 11:26 AM
MUMBAI: Actress-entrepreneur Shilpa Shetty Kundra is set to make her digital debut as host "Hear Me. Love Me.", reality show that aims to redefine the concept of blind dating.
‘Simmba’ different from ‘Singham’: Rohit Shetty (/mobi/news/life-style/-simmba-different-from-singham-rohit-shetty/575355.html) Priyanka returns to Bollywood with Salman's 'Bharat' (/mobi/news/life-style/priyanka-returns-to-bollywood-with-salman-sbharat/575306.html) Watch out for more (/mobi/news/life-style/watch-out-for-more/574850.html) ‘Real life missing in Indian films’ (/mobi/news/life-style/-real-life-missing-in-indian-films/574849.html) Aditi bags award for Bhoomi (/mobi/news/life-style/aditi-bags-award-for-bhoomi/574848.html) more Life+Style (/mobi/news/life-style/)
MOVIE REVIEWS (/MOBI/NEWS/MOVIE-REVIEWS/) Nothing valuable in this safe! (/mobi/news/movie-reviews/nothing-valuable-in-this-safe/573352.html) Movie: Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua Star cast: Harish Verma, Simi Chahal, BN Sharma, Jaswinder Bhalla, Anita Devgan, Pukhraj Bhalla, Sumit Gulati, Amrinder Gill, Aditi Sharma Director: Ksshitij Chaudhary
Monster-charged devastation (/mobi/news/movie-reviews/monster-charged-devastation/573342.html) Film: Rampage Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Joe Manganiello, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Malin Akerman, Jake Lacy, P.J. Byrne Director: Brad Peyton
An autumn, full of promises (/mobi/news/movie-reviews/an-autumn-full-of-promises/573341.html) Movie: October Cast: Varun Dhawan, Banita Sandhu, Gitanjali Rao and Sahil Vedoliyaa Director: Shoojit Sircar more Movie Reviews (/mobi/news/movie-reviews/)
WEEKEND READING (/mobi/news/features/trends/)
The farm multiplier (/mobi/news/trends/the-farm-multiplier/573360.html) Last month Mohali-based Agnext, agricultural sensing and solution company, won the Karnataka Grand Challenge Award for creating a pest and disease surveillance solution by using the latest technologies in artificial intelligence, agriculture imagery and crop growth modelling.
Make hay, make the sun shine (/mobi/news/trends/make-hay-make-the-sun-shine/573361.html) Why must stubble be a problem, when it can be the solution? Each year end, smog engulfs North India and while stubble burning is considered to be the root cause, Diwali crackers are often used as an excuse to dismiss this issue.
Sport blue (/mobi/news/trends/sport-blue/573362.html) Last year was fundamental in bringing back blue makeup and it looks like it’s here to stay for 2018.
Anti-Juliet squads? (/mobi/news/trends/anti-juliet-squads/573363.html) We had planned that everyone would get a variety of chaat for lunch. So, on offer were spicy dahi-bhalla, bhelpuri, papri-chaat and jal jeera. Then Sabrina initiated chat over the chaat.
How to tie a tie (/mobi/news/trends/how-to-tie-a-tie/573364.html) This seems like a simple question for those who’ve been doing it since their schools days, but do you know your Windsor knot from your Pratt knot?
FAR reaching move (/mobi/news/trends/far-reaching-move/573365.html) The Punjab government has recently revised and revamped the building rules in the state, by liberalising FAR, with a view to revitalise the real estate and construction sector in the state. The move is also meant to pave the way for uniform and organised urban development.
Celebrating the spirit to build (/mobi/news/trends/celebrating-the-spirit-to-build/573366.html) Imposing buildings and tall structures define urban spaces across the country. Commercial buildings, office blocks, malls, housing societies, villas et all hog all the limelight, even as the people behind their creation remain unsung and unknown to a common man.
Housing sales, new launches up (/mobi/news/trends/housing-sales-new-launches-up/573367.html) Housing sales rose by 12 per cent in seven major cities to 49,200 units during January-March period over the previous quarter on better demand from end-customers post enactment of new realty law RERA, according to property consultant ANAROCK.
Keep insects at bay (/mobi/news/trends/keep-insects-at-bay/573368.html) As the temperatures rise in the region, different types of insects also become active. Green grass, flowers in pots and the regular watering of these areas generally lead to the presence of mosquitoes, flies, ants and other bugs.
How to make your child a healthy eater (/mobi/news/trends/how-to-make-your-child-a-healthy-eater/573369.html) Did you know that a new-born baby carries the supply of iron that is borrowed from its mother’s blood in the womb? And this store can last the baby for a good six months.
That tremor can be Parkinson’s (/mobi/news/trends/that-tremor-can-be-parkinson-s/573370.html) Parkinson’s disease (PD) is one of the most common neurologic disorders, affecting approximately 1 per cent of individuals older than 60 years. It is a chronic and progressive degenerative neurological disorder. more Trends (/mobi/news/trends/)
Rise of the marathon runner (/mobi/news/spectrum/rise-of-the-marathon-runner/572358.html) Indians are lacing up and taking to the streets as marathon participation becomes a country-wide rage. As they surge, so do the numbers, year after year.
Mulk Raj Anand’s angst with ‘isms’ (/mobi/news/spectrum/mulk-raj-anand-s-angst-with-isms/572351.html) A few years before he died, I happened to meet Mulk Raj Anand at Hauz Khas, New Delhi. Anand wondered aloud why I should have travelled a good distance to see him and asked me humorously whether Indian researchers would ever give up the three chachas of early Anglophone Indian writing, the other two being Raja Rao and RK Narayan.
When the will became a weapon (/mobi/news/spectrum/when-the-will-became-a-weapon/572352.html) Subedar Joginder Singh is a just-released Simarjit Singh-directed 1962 India-China War biopic. It has actor-singer Gippy Grewal in the lead with Aditi Grewal as his charming consort. more Spectrum (/mobi/news/spectrum/)
YOUR WORLD AND YOU (/mobi/news/features/jobs-careers/)
Path to govern well (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/path-to-govern-well/571943.html) Improvement in the conversation around polity in India and the developing world can’t happen without the education of its leadership.
A game played well (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/a-game-played-well/571944.html) Barely hours after the Commonwealth Games opened with a flourish in the Gold Coast of Australia, India already grabbed the headlines with shining Gold and silver medals and the country’s winning spree continues till now.
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Create room for design (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/create-room-for-design/571980.html) Decorating homes and apartments have always been interior designers’ mainstay.
Raise your bar of performance (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/raise-your-bar-of-performance/571981.html) Board exams might be over, but that’s just the beginning of the journey and not the destination. Serious students have not let their guard down.
PhD admission (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/phd-admission/571982.html) Birla Institute of Technology (BITS), Mesra Ranchi, invites applications from eligible candidates for admission to its PhD course under full-time/ part-time categories for the monsoon session 2018.
Make employee retention a reality (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/make-employee-retention-a-reality/571983.html) Most managers aim at employee retention. They realise the value of workforce and supplement it by being mindful of employees’ interests.
Ace meetings at work (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/ace-meetings-at-work/571984.html) The advantages of having a meeting at work can never be overstated. These help employees share common goals, each other on projects and offer solutions.
Be the boss with a heart (/mobi/news/jobs-careers/be-the-boss-with-a-heart/571985.html) The problem with most unsuccessful bosses is that they keep emphasising on rules without considering the hard work put in by an employee.
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