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Uri avenged: 35-40 terrorists, 9 Pakistani soldiers killed in surgical strikes by India

Uri avenged: 35-40 terrorists, 9 Pakistani soldiers killed in surgical strikes by India

Surgical strikes by India killed as many as nine Pakistani soldiers and 35-40 terrorists planning to infiltrate into India, TV reports said.

Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh monitored surgical strikes from 'operations room'
Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh monitored surgical strikes from 'operations room'

The mission to strike behind the LoC was actively monitored by senior officers in the army's 'operations room' at the Ministry of Defence in South Block, sources told IANS.

Was India's surgical strikes on Pakistani terror launch pads backed by US? Susan Rice-Ajit Doval talk hints so
Was India's surgical strikes on Pakistani terror launch pads backed by US? Susan Rice-Ajit Doval talk hints so

Ahead of monitoring surgical strikes by Indian Army across the Line of Control on terror launch pads in Pakistan, India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval had a significant conversation with his US counterpart Susan E Rice on Wednesday

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HEALTH

Early menopausal symptoms may predict heart disease
Early menopausal symptoms may predict heart disease

Women who experience menopausal symptoms -- hot flashes and night sweats -- much earlier are more likely to die from cardiovascular disease (CVD) as compared to those with later onset of such symptoms, says research.

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INSURANCE

LIC Employees Federation urges implementation of SC order
LIC Employees Federation urges implementation of SC order

The All India National Life Insurance Employees Federation has urged the management of the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) to immediately implement the Supreme Court order to pay 50 per cent back wages to temporary III and IV grade employees, who were asked to be regularised.

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SCIENCE

Climate change jigsaw puzzle: Antarctic pieces missing
Climate change jigsaw puzzle: Antarctic pieces missing

Human-induced changes have caused westerly winds to shift southwards towards the Antarctica, scientists have said in a study published today but rued that a shortage of data about the inhospitable region was hampering their work.

Horoscope: By Peter Vidal

Today ( 29 Sep )This Week ( 25 Sep - 01 Oct )

SAGITTARIUS If you've got things to talk about, don't spend too much time going over old ground. You must be practical, on the other hand, and this means that you should pay due deference to the way certain… read more