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Yoga practitioners at less risk of inflammatory diseases: Study
New Delhi: Yoga practitioners are at lesser risk of developing inflammation that could lead to cardiovascular diseases,
  Indian Govt, NSCN(IM) sign 'historic' Naga peace accord
New Delhi: In a bid to end insurgency in the northeastern state of Nagaland, the Government of India on Monday inked a historic peace accord with
China, India border meeting shows warming ties: Daily
Beijing: The border meeting of Chinese and Indian army officers shows that "bilateral ties are getting warmer"
Throw us all out of Parliament but won't back off, Rahul Gandhi dares Modi govt
New Delhi: The Congress party on Tuesday took the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party head-on a day after 25 of its Lok Sabha MPs were suspended by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan for five days for obstructing the
Suspension of Congress MPs against tradition of Parliament: Manmohan Singh
New Delhi: With his Congress party leading a massive protest over the suspension of its members by Lok Sabha Speaker yesterday, former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh too joined the agitation on Tuesday,
JD (U) to boycott Lok Sabha over Congress MPs' suspension
New Delhi: Terming the suspension of Congress MPs as a black day for Indian democracy, the Janata Dal (United) on Tuesday vowed to obstruct the Rajya Sabha and boycott the Lok Sabha.
South Korea President replaces health minister after MERS outbreak
Seoul: South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on Tuesday replaced her health minister, who was widely blamed for the government`s poor response to the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
Hillary Clinton aide investigated for possible criminal conduct
Washington: An Indian-origin aide of Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is being investigated for allegedly accepting overpayments from the State Department while working for the former
Obama hails contributions of Indian-American doctor
Washington: US President Barack Obama has applauded the role of an Indian-American doctor in researching the health impact of pollution and helping families whose lives are impacted by air pollution.
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