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500,000 civilians in Mosul face `catastrophic' water shortages: UN

500,000 civilians in Mosul face `catastrophic' water shortages: UN

Operations to retake Iraq`s second city have damaged water pipes in recent days and residents in east Mosul say they have resorted to pumping water from wells.
 

Maoists with spiked currency arrested in Jharkhand

Maoists with spiked currency arrested in Jharkhand

Two pistols, live cartridges, one vehicle, five bank accounts in which money was to be deposited, seven mobile phones were also seized.
 

AIIMS to exempt OPD and clinical charges for two days - Read why

AIIMS to exempt OPD and clinical charges for two days - Read why

PM Narendra Modi had on Tuesday announced that hospitals, railway, bus and airlines ticket counters will continue to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes for the next 72 hours.

Burnt currency notes found in Uttar Pradesh town

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening announced demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination currency notes

Kolkata people in fix over refusal to accept high denomination notes

People were in a quandary here on Wednesday over the reluctance on the part of many outlets to accept demonetised notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.

Rs 2,500 for 1-hour flights: This is how Modi government will fulfill your dreams

Rs 2,500 for 1-hour flights: This is how Modi government will fulfill your dreams

Here are some key points that can explain how the government will fulfill your dreams of affordable flying

Torrent Pharma seeks enabling nod to raise Rs 10,500 crore

The Ahmedabad-based drug firm Torrent Pharma is seeking enabling approvals from its shareholders to raise Rs 10,500 crore through issue of shares and other securities to fund its growth activity.