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13 Jun 2016

India
Delhi government fines 5 hospitals Rs.600 crore

The Delhi government has fined five city hospitals Rs.600 crore.

11 Jun 2016

Politics
Fly boats to connect Agra and Delhi

Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said that the central government plans to connect Agra and Delhi by sea-planes.

9 Jun 2016

Politics
Indian aid worker abducted in Kabul

An Indian aid worker, working with the Aga Khan foundation was abducted in Kabul.

10 Jun 2016

Politics
Karnataka Transport dept declines Uber application

Uber alleged that Karnataka's Transport department officials have not accepted its documents to support its claim for a licence to operate as app-based taxi aggregator in the state.

9 Jun 2016

Politics
Four Indian Women in Forbes list 2016

The Forbes '100 Most Powerful Women' in the world list 2016, topped by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, includes PepsiCo Chief Indra Nooyi.

8 Jun 2016

India
Mamata gives her support for GST

West bengal CM, Mamata Banerjee has supported the passage of the GST bill.

5 Jun 2016

World
Swiss voting on Basic income today

Switzerland is voting on whether to introduce a guaranteed basic income for every citizen, becoming the first country to hold such a vote.

4 Jun 2016

World
Floods and rains put Central Europe on alert

15 people have died and several are missing as torrential rains in Central Europe caused landslides and took rivers to dangerously high levels.

3 Jun 2016

World
Germany recognises Armenian killings as 'genocide'

German lawmakers declared the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces a "genocide", in a symbolic resolution on 3 June.

2 Jun 2016

Politics
Global Slavery Index:India tops

According to the third global slavery report published by the walk foundation, almost 46 million people are living as slaves globally with the greatest number in India

2 Jun 2016

World
Family says boy is 'doing well'

The family of the three-year-old boy, who fell into the gorilla enclosure in the Cincinnati zoo has issued a statement that their boy ," doing well"