As Mosquitoes rule the city who is in charge of crisis in Delhi?

- September 14, 2016

Despite an annual allocation of 3200 crores to the Delhi health ministry, the capital city is dealing with its worst vector borne epidemic since 2006 when Chikangunya first appeared to lead to crisis in Delhi. While 10 patients have already succumbed to chikangunya, the number of patients being admitted for the same continues to rise

Child care gets a facelift in India after prolonged neglect

- September 10, 2016

For a country on the brink of changing set patterns and norms, the most crucial and visible change has come in the arena of child care which has transformed itself from being a case of simple babysitting to a formalized curriculum aiming at educating children as young as two through interactive games and dramatized activities.

India wins first gold and bronze at Paralympics games in Rio

- September 10, 2016

In what could be seen as one of India’s finest moments at the ongoing Paralympics events in Rio, India woke up to jubilations on Saturday morning with Mariyappan Thangavelu and Varun Singh Bhati winning a gold and bronze respectively in the high jump event. Thangavelu made history at the games by becoming the first Indian

Security beefed up in the valley with unrest and infiltration on the rise

- September 9, 2016

With the 62 days of unrest in the valley and all political means of finding a middle path failing, the Central Government has decided to rush in additional military and para military forces into the valley to combat infiltration bids as well as violent protests which are taking a toll on everyday life in the

D company back in action as pointed by intercepts

- September 9, 2016

Latest intercepts available with the Indian intelligence agencies have revealed a plot of action between Dawood Ibrahim, a top Bollywood superstar and some white collared people to roundtrip black money to tax safe havens and bring It back into India as white money. The agencies are now trying to confirm the identities of the people

Haafu Miss Japan faces critical racial debate post beauty pageant win

- September 9, 2016

Priyanka Yoshikawa was an unlikely winner but a winner nonetheless at the Miss Japan beauty contest held this year in Japan. The Haafu (Japanese for half) girl has since then put on a brave face while facing criticism pouring in on social media over race, color and ‘pure breed’. Priyanka comes from a family of

Separatists to be sidelined by the government of India

- September 9, 2016

Taking a hard stance post the failed attempt by the all party delegation to break ice with hardliner separatist leaders in the valley, the central government is all set to end perks and privileges extended to hardliners so far. In a fresh notice the Government has decided to  not issue any new passports to the