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Sanjaya Baru: Rajiv Gandhi's policies were responsible for 1991 economic crisis

Sanjaya Baru: Rajiv Gandhi's policies were responsible for 1991 economic crisis

"When Narasimha Rao died they did not allow his body to come to the party headquarters & didn't allow his funeral in Delhi," said Baru.

HC suggests one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic congestion
HC suggests one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic congestion

Seeking a comprehensive policy to tackle the traffic congestion in Mumbai, the Bombay High Court today said the Maharashtra government should consider measures such as restricting the number of cars per family and promotion of inland water transport.

Reliance Defence aims to export naval, military equipment
Reliance Defence aims to export naval, military equipment

Reliance Defence and Engineering is also looking to export defence equipment to other countries besides exploring opportunities in India.

AUTOMOBILES

Lamborghini Hurracan Avio: In Pictures
Lamborghini Hurracan Avio: In Pictures

Lamborghini has launched the Hurracan Avio special edition at Rs 3.71 crore, ex-showroom. The supercar is limited to only 250 units, which has been inspired by aeronautical engineering.

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HEALTH

Ten resident doctors of VS Hospital get dengue
Ten resident doctors of VS Hospital get dengue

At least ten resident doctors of civic-run VS Hospital here suffered from dengue during last two months, prompting the authorities to conduct surprise check at adjoining hostel premises and serve notices to other medical students for keeping air coolers without permission.

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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

Artificial stimulation can help fight brain disorders
Artificial stimulation can help fight brain disorders

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and University at Buffalo have discovered that stimulation of a single region of the brain affects the activation of other regions and large-scale activity within the brain.

Horoscope: By Peter Vidal

Today ( 27 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