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India is 35 tanker-trucks short of the blood it requires for medical procedures, yet some areas of the country wasted blood because there was too much of it, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of government data.
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Chandigarh, 2nd Sepr (IANS): With scores of attacks being reported against Sikhs abroad, especially in the West, the religion's mini-parliament, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), has decided to reach out to governments and people in other countries to point out that Sikhs should not be confused with Muslims.
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Mumbai, 1st Sept (IANS): At a time when the Indian telecom sector is in stress, with the upcoming spectrum auction expected to add to the burden, the startling Reliance Jio announcement of zero tariff for domestic voice calls in perpetuity, with sharply lower data rates, has aroused questions about the revenue model and profitability of the new player.
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Known to many generations of Indians as a diminutive but determined woman in a blue-bordered white sari who cared for the poor and destitute, Mother Teresa, who is due to become the Roman Catholic Church's latest saint, also holds pride of place among the emissaries of compassion and service who have flourished and spread out from India, even if born elsewhere.
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Itanagar, 30th Aug (IANS): "Why Itanagar? Go to Tawang," suggested my friends.
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