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Seethalakshmi S |TNN
Bangalore: In a significant move aimed at making clinical trials on human beings more ethical and transparent, the Drugs Controller of India has ruled for the first time that all clinical trials taking place across the country in all areas of health — new drugs, treatments, therapies, surgical procedures and new medical devices — must be compulsorily registered.
Add to My Collection H1N1 spreads across cities, tally is now 23

Hyderabad/New Delhi: With six confirmed cases of H1N1 influenza reported in the country on Sunday, the number of people hit by the pandemic rose to 23. Of the six, three were were reported in Hyderabad, two in Bangalore and one, of a schoolboy from Punjab, in Delhi.
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Shivani Mody | TNN
Bangalore: Bangalore continues to be the innovation hub of India. The city is a clear leader for R&D offshoring by MNCs, both for captive units and outsourced product development. According to research firm Zinnov Management Consulting, out of the 780 MNC R&D centres currently active in India, nearly 50% are based out of Bangalore. Consider the aviation sector.
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Scientist’s death still a mystery: Nuclear scientist Lokanath Mahalingam was on Sunday cremated after a post-mortem was conducted at a Karwar hospital. His family demanded that a DNA test be carried out. | P 7 Pay SAS online now No more queues — either for stamp papers or to pay tax. Technology will play a big role in property registration, and also keep the property safe, when e-stamping starts in August.
Add to My Collection Karnataka, TN haggle over top law officer’s post

A Subramani | TNN
Chennai: A tussle is brewing between the legal fraternity in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka over the appointment and location of the new additional solicitor-general (ASG) of South India, less than three weeks after Karnataka’s Veerappa Moily assumed charge as law minister at the Centre.
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Bangalore: Following two positive H1N1 flu cases in the city, health officials held an inter-departmental meeting on Sunday to evaluate the preparedness of tackling the disease. Heath commissioner P N Srinivasachary asked all passengers who had travelled on Air France flight 192 — on which the mother, 29, and her daughters aged 3 and 6 came — to get themselves screened.
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Darinia Khongwir & Shruthi Balakrishna | TNN
Will KCP regain its lost glory? Only time can tell. For now, art lovers are pleading with the government to look into the matter and restore the art works immediately.
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Jayashree Nandi | TNN
Bangalore: The BBMP spends Rs 110 crore annually to clear our garbage. Most of this goes towards transporting massive heaps of solid waste to dumping yards far from the city limits. More often than not, the garbage is dumped on the outskirts. Now, here’s a plant that can be set up in your neighbourhood and take care of the area’s muck.
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Add to My Collection Finally, seamless travel on Seshadri Road

Bangalore: Now, you can zip along Seshadri Road — from Maharani’s College Junction to K R Circle and past it. The two perennially chaotic junctions have been transformed and the corridor looks akin to a freeway, complete with a rotary at K R Circle. Chief minister B S Yeddyurappa inaugurated vehicular underpasses at the two points on Sunday morning, besides pedestrian subways.
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‘My grandmother is very particular that we should not keep asking the government for anything and everything, ‘as she feels it would be demeaning and insulting to her contributions Manoj Hangal | GRANDSON ...
Add to My Collection Woman Naxalite held in Dharwad

Dharwad: In a swift operation on Saturday evening, the Hubli-Dharwad police picked up a woman suspected to have links with Naxalites. Vijaya Nayak, 26, daughter of Suresh Nayak of Belalakatte, 9 km from Shimoga, was nabbed by a team of police near Old Hubli bridge when she was returning to her village in a bus.
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Asked whether he was sure that his resignation from various party posts would be accepted by BJP leadership, Sinha said resignation letters were given for acceptance and not to keep in abeyance ...
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Ramu Bhagwat | TNN
Nagpur: Veteran Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh activist M G Vaidya, in his popular weekly column appearing in a Marathi daily here, has dared Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to abandon ‘Hindutva’.
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Nato ship saves 14 Indian sailors from pirates Fourteen Indian sailors, taken hostage and beaten by Somali pirates for 10 days, have been rescued by a Nato warship off the Coast of Somalia after their dhow was released. Cabinet to decide budget session date: The Union Cabinet will decide the schedule of budget session on Monday, with a meeting just before PM Manmohan Singh’s departure for Russia. The government is keen to pass budget before July 31 to avoid a fresh vote-on-account.
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Add to My Collection PM-Zardari meet may break ice in bilateral ties

New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s three-day visit to Russia to attend two multilateral summits where he will come face-to-face with Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, will mark the first contact at top-level between India and Pakistan since 26/11 attacks.
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Coimbatore: Tamil Nadu police have stepped up patrolling and tightened security along the state’s coast to prevent possible infiltration of LTTE remnants from Sri Lanka. “Twelve coastal police stations have been put on high alert,’’ DGP K P Jain said on Sunday. He said the government has imported a hitech surveillance boat from Greece at a cost of Rs 2.1 crore to bolster coastal patrolling.
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Add to My Collection Break The Quota Routine

André Béteille
It is agreeably surprising that the distinction between affirmative action and numerical quotas has found at least a toehold in the higher leadership of the Congress party. It is an important distinction with far-reaching implications. It is to be hoped that the point that has been made by a member of the Union cabinet will get a favourable hearing.
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Jug Suraiya
Should you get into a pother about catching influenza A (H1N1), commonly known as swine flu which the World Health Organisation has declared to be a pandemic, the first pandemic in 41 years? The media is full of swine flu alarms, backed by a barrage of figures and statistics. Over 27,700 cases of infection, reported from 74 countries across the globe.
Add to My Collection Light The Torch With Practice Of Yoga

Nilkanth Maladkar
Yoga can help establish connection between mind and body through the nervous system, aided by spiritual awareness. Cultivating spiritual consciousness requires the activation of the kundalini which is the Vagus tenth cranial nerve lying dormant in the Manipur chakra.
Add to My Collection ‘People rejected the Third Front alternative’

The CPM is undergoing an organisational review after the reverses in the Lok Sabha polls. Shyamal Chakrabarty, member of party’s West Bengal secretariat and central committee, talks to Saugata Roy:
What are the major factors behind the Left debacle in the recent Lok Sabha polls in Bengal? There are many factors, national and local, behind our poor show. People rejected the Third Front alternative.
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Politicians should not impede progress For the first time, both the ruling party and the BJP are on the same wavelength on an issue. That the women’s quota Bill is likely to be passed with the support of both the parties is good news. P Chidambaram’s assertion in this respect shows that opposition on trivial grounds by not-so prominent sections from regional parties will not be entertained. It is better if the Bill is passed without any dilution.
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Amidst much scepticism, the US House of Representatives has passed a Bill that seeks to triple non-military aid to Pakistan. It was no means a unanimous vote, as the 238-183 count reveals. It’s not hard to understand the resistance put up to the Bill, which will cost the US $7.5 billion over five years.
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Four colleges in Kanpur are only the latest educational institutions to ban female students from wearing jeans, among other western attires, on campus. Kanpur is far from the only city in India to have implemented such draconian dress codes for women.
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Satish K Sharma
Ihit the hospital for a check-up one Saturday morning along with my wife, a verdict on officer’s health having been recently added to the format of the annual performance report. Why wife? Because for a nominal fee, the hospital offered to carry out the medical check-up of the spouse too.
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Add to My Collection Ocean currents behind Earth’s magnetism?

Jonathan Leake
Earth’s magnetic field, long thought to be generated by molten metals swirling around its core, may instead be produced by ocean currents, according to controversial new research published last week. It suggests that the movements of such volumes of salt water around the world have been seriously underestimated by scientists as a source of magnetism.
Add to My Collection Saffron in food can help fend off blindness

London: Saffron, the spice which is commonly used in Indian, Spanish and Italian cuisine, could hold the secret to preventing eye sight loss in old age, says a new study. Scientists based at the University of L’Aquila, in Italy, and Sydney University, in Australia, have discovered that saffron, often used in pilaf, can protect against some of the most common forms of blindness.
Add to My Collection Game to let you tinker with history

SanFrancisco:Videogame players will soon get to tinker with some of the grimmest times in history. ‘Darkest of Days’ due for release in August blends history and game play in a first-person shooter with settings from the US Civil War; the destruction of Pompeii; the Battle of Little Big Horn, and the World Wars.
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Add to My Collection Zero-emission car to hit roads

The world’s first mass-produced zero-emission minicar, the “i-MiEV”, is all set to debut in Japan next month, which promises to usher in a new age of driving that does not require fossil fuel.

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