under Pallavi Polanki

Wonder why it took the World Health Assembly this long to arrive at a consensus on a health risk that costs 2.5 million lives a year.

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4 Jun 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

English grammar books in hand, young Afghans are in India to prepare their next generation for the linguistic challenge that comes with fighting a global war on terror.

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27 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

Business accessories that can seal your deal: blonde hair, blue eyes. Welcome to the rent-an-international employee service. Call now.

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27 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

The cycle rickshaw has had a change of luck, thanks to the Commonwealth Games.

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27 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

A group of lawyers pays tribute to the thousands of mothers in India who suffer untold pain and humiliation at childbirth, even death at times. 

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26 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

Policemen in Tamil Nadu seem to believe strongly in the power of SMS. After the Chennai City Police introduced an SMS number for citizens to text for help, the Coimbatore Police has introduced a centralised First Information Report (FIR) alert system.

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20 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

Forbes magazine might want to rethink its richest people list. The Andhra Pradesh government now apparently has 42 temples that fall in the crorepati bracket.

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13 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

The paramilitary forces have sought a ‘post-retirement resettlement’ plan for sniffer dogs to prevent them from falling into wrong hands.

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6 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

Why was there no protest when a professor was humiliated for being gay? He is dead now. And we need an answer.

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22 Apr 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

The summer of 2010 is a jackpot for the Indian citizenry. After being ensured the right to education and food, one state has moved to guarantee its people the Right to Health.

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15 Apr 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki
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