26-August-2016

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1.Pharmacies show restraint in selling anti-TB drugs: Study

For a country that consumes the most antibiotics in the world, a pattern largely fuelled by the ready availability of even prescription drugs over the counter,  read more

2.Can the international solar alliance change the game

The International Solar Alliance (ISA) was jointly announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President François Hollande on November 30, 2015. read more

3.Two rivals on a smooth journey

The first year in office for any government should normally not be problematic. This holds good more or less in the case of Sri Lanka’s national unity government, read more

4.GM mustard moves closer to approval

Genetically-modified (GM) mustard may have moved closer to being cleared for commercial cultivation in India after a key committee, read more

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1.Feedback from states to shape new edu policy

The HRD minis try will set up another com mittee head ed by an edu cationist to finalise the new education policy as the TSR Subramanian panel’s recommendations are a “starting point“ read more

2.India’s TB cases could be double the estimate

India’s tuberculosis nightmare could be much worse than feared.  read more

3.Swachh success depends on civic bodies: Report

A report by Tata Institute of Social Sciences on Swachh Bharat mission in urban areas has flagged how success of this programme  read more

4.Elephant in the Room

Let us not mince our words. Remedying the deep malaise afflicting education in the country requires taking by its horn  read more

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1.China expresses concern as India plans to deploy BrahMos on border

China’s defence ministry said on Thursday that it hoped India could put more efforts into regional peace and stability rather than the opposite,  read more

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