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Nair visits CAP centres, expresses satisfaction over Himayat

Prime Minister`s advisor T K A Nair, on Tuesday visited various CAP centres here and expressed satisfaction over the implementation of the project under Himayat in Srinagar and Ganderbal.

Now, a cap to beat insomnia

The cap is filled with tubes of chilled water that calms over-active minds, allowing wearers to switch off and get a good night`s sleep.

Saudi denies plan to revoke work permits for foreigners

Saudi clarified that there was no plan to revoke expats`work permits.

26% cap on foreign investment in defence be reviewed: Barbora

IAF Vice Chief Air Marshal P K
Barbora on Thursday contended that the 26 per cent cap on foreign
investment in the defence sector was making companies abroad
"reluctant" to invest.

US to remove temporary cap from Gulf well

The US government said engineers will start work Monday to remove the temporary cap that stopped oil from gushing out of BP`s blown-out Gulf well so that crews can raise a key piece of equipment from the seabed.

Par panel for blanket cap on profit margins of all medicines

Unhappy with profits being made by
drug manufacturers at the cost of poor patients, a
Parliamentary Standing Committee has demanded a blanket cap on
profit margins of all medicines across the board.

Cap again collecting oil from Gulf of Mexico leak

Oil had spewed uncontrolled into the Gulf of Mexico for much of the day Wednesday before engineers reattached a cap being used to contain the gusher and direct some of the crude to a surface ship.

Cap borewells to save children, SC tells govt

The Supreme Court Friday directed
the Centre and states to ensure capping of borewells, which in
recent years have become death traps for a number of children.