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More newborns die on the first day in India than in any other country, according to the latest 'State Of The World's Mothers 2013' report.
The US pressure on India seems to be easing, as the relations between India and Iran have touched new heights after the recent Tehran visit of India’s External Affairs Minister …
India's total population stands at 1.21 billion, which is 17.7 per cent more than the last decade, and growth of females was higher than that of males.
Efforts to adhere to a healthy lifestyle with plenty of exercise may be fast becoming a norm, but our attempt to seek cover from the harsh gaze of sun has …
India, a nation that has earned a reputation for churning out some of the wealthiest billionaires in Asia, if not on the planet, has curiously enough, never produced a candidate …
Western clothing retailers that ignore the provision of basic working standards for their Asian suppliers are responsible for tragedies including a recent deadly incident at a garment factory in Bangladesh, …
Not just toys and consumer goods, the Chinese seem to be flooding Indian markets also with doctors trained in China.
A series of recent articles by journalist Mark Mazzetti published in the New York Times have shed further light on the activities of the notorious US spying outfit, Central Intelligence …
Thursday, 18 April 2013 19:44

Pakistani leaders call for strong Iran ties

Pakistani political leaders and senior military officials stressed here Wednesday need for strong relationship between Iran and Pakistan.
Looking at least 10 years older than his age, 27-year-old Mohammed Shaker can pass off as a north Indian settled in Hyderabad but for his broken Hindi. Shaker is actually …
Pakistan ranks among the bottom four countries in terms of voter turnout, shows a document of the National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).
A senior member of major Pakistani political party on Wednesday said that western countries should quit the policy of double standards and accept Iran’s right to peaceful nuclear technology.
The World Health Organization (WHO) raises alarm against high blood pressure or hypertension on the World Health Day-13 as the disease kills nearly 1.5 million in Southeast Asia and afflicts …
The death penalty awarded to prominent Shiite Muslim leader Sheikh Nimr Baqir Al-Nimr is a clear sign that the Saudi regime is dictated by the arrogant powers, such as the …
A Pakistani editor on Tuesday said that multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project is the most viable project to overcome energy crisis in Pakistan.
An article published in Pakistani newspaper “Daily Express” has said that implementation of Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project would not only benefit Pakistan but the whole region.
Thursday, 21 March 2013 14:36

68 million Indians living in slums: Census

Approximately 68 million Indians are living in slums, according to a government census.
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 17:16

Indian economy to grow over 6%: Report

India Ratings & Research Private Ltd. estimates the economy to grow over 6 per cent in 2013-14 if the government continued with its recent policy initiatives aimed at attracting more …
Pakistani intelligence agencies continue to detain thousands of people without prosecution under the cover of the so-called war on terror.
Denouncing the sanctions imposed against the Islamic Republic of Iran, an Indian leader Thursday slammed the US on pressurizing Iran to halt its civilian nuclear activities.