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Mental Healthcare Bill passed in Lok Sabha: Why it is significant for India with high suicide rates

Mental Healthcare Bill passed in Lok Sabha: Why it is significant for India with high suicide rates

The passage of the Mental Healthcare Bill 2016, which was earlier passed by the Rajya Sabha in August 2016, is significant given India's current mental health status. 

India not participating in UN negotiations on banning nuclear weapons

India is not participating in the conference on negotiations for a total ban on nuclear weapons that began here Monday.

 After 'brain fade' incident, Australia have got one out of 12 referrals right, points out Sunil Gavaskar

After 'brain fade' incident, Australia have got one out of 12 referrals right, points out Sunil Gavaskar

"We should not give any importance to these guys, they are frustrated and that is why they are taking it out on Virat Kohli," he said.

India, Russia discuss disarmament, non-proliferation

India and Russia discussed a wide range of issues during the annual round of bilateral consultations on disarmament and non-proliferation held here, the External Affairs Ministry said on Monday.

Below normal monsoon expected in major parts of India

Below normal monsoon expected in major parts of India

According to private weather forecaster Skymet, the north-west, west, southern peninsula and southern regions of the country would experience deficient rainfall.

AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers: India take on Myanmar in campaign opener on Tuesday

AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers: India take on Myanmar in campaign opener on Tuesday

Though Myanmar are 40 spots below India (132nd) in the latest FIFA rankings, they have a better head-to-head record and Stephen Constantine's men will have to play out of their skins if they are to come out triumphant.

United Nations to kick off talks on global nuclear weapons ban

More than 100 countries are set to launch the first UN talks on a global nuclear weapons ban today over objections from the major nuclear powers.

'US varsities register drop in Indian student applications'

US universities have registered a sharp decline in the number of applications from Indian students after a spate of hate crimes and fear and anxiety about potential changes to visa policies by the Trump Administration.

Mann Ki Baat: Contribute to New India, PM Modi tells people

Mann Ki Baat: Contribute to New India, PM Modi tells people

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said India was marching from "Swaraj to Su-raj".

PM Modi addresses 80th anniversary celebrations of Brahma Kumaris family, says 'India has always said God is one'

PM Modi addresses 80th anniversary celebrations of Brahma Kumaris family, says 'India has always said God is one'

Brahma Kumaris is a worldwide spiritual movement and was founded in India in 1937.

DNA: Analysing the 'no first use' nuclear policy of India

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In Pakistan, Hindu student asked to apologise for celebrating Holi in university campus

In Pakistan, Hindu student asked to apologise for celebrating Holi in university campus

A post is going viral on social media claiming that a Hindu student was forced to submit a written apology over celebrating Holi on the campus of a Pakistani university.

India plans major step against terrorism, to seal international boundaries with Pakistan, Bangladesh soon

India plans major step against terrorism, to seal international boundaries with Pakistan, Bangladesh soon

The decision has been taken in the wake of an increase in infiltration attempts, said Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

UK condemns Pakistan's move to declare Gilgit-Baltistan as its fifth province, says it belongs to India

UK condemns Pakistan's move to declare Gilgit-Baltistan as its fifth province, says it belongs to India

The Gilgit-Baltistan area is Pakistan`s northernmost administrative territory that borders the disputed Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Donald Trump administration asked to push for F-16 sale to India

India has launched an effort to expand its combat aircraft fleet and the competition has reportedly narrowed down to Lockheed's F-16 and Saab's Gripen.

India, US vow to boost security ties during NSA Ajit Doval's visit

India, US vow to boost security ties during NSA Ajit Doval's visit

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval met United States Defense Secretary Jim Mattis at the Pentagon to discuss the importance of the U.S.-India relationship and the role of both nations in cooperating to uphold international laws and principles.

Outgoing UN peacekeeping head praises Indian, South Asian troops

As of February, there were 7,606 Indians serving in the peacekeeping operations, the second largest contingent, after Ethiopia with 8,321.
 

'Unfriendly forces trying to disrupt India-Russia ties'

India and Russia on Friday admitted there may be some "unfriendly forces or actors" who may be trying to create hindrances in bilateral relations.

India's monsoon likely to escape El Nino unscathed: IMD

India's monsoon likely to escape El Nino unscathed: IMD

India is likely to emerge unscathed from the El Nino weather pattern as it is expected to set in only during the latter part of the four-month monsoon season, a top weather official said, indicating a timely arrival of crop-nourishing rains.

Why India needs more male health workers -- to tackle maternal-health crisis

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Female health workers are the primary drivers of maternal health initiatives, but male health workers (MHWs) could complement their services significantly, according to a 2015 research study conducted in rural Odisha.