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Amtrak train derails in Washington, several injured 19.12.2017 All News-IANS Stories
An Amtrak passenger train derailed and was dangling in Pierce County in Washington leaving several injured, the carrier tweeted.
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Chargesheet filed in Dr. Amrapurkar’s death 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
Accused charged with causing death due to negligence
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Turbhe fire causes loss of ₹200 cr. 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
The fire that engulfed a chemical company in Turbhe on Sunday evening is estimated to have caused a loss of ₹200 crore. Two buildings of Modepro India Pvt Ltd in Turbhe MIDC were damaged in the fire....
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When humans stray 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
As the city swells and engulfs their territory, is it possible to co-exist with animals? Yes, say environmentalists. The question is, are we willing?
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Periyar V-C candidate commits suicide 19.12.2017 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Angamuthu was accused of irregularities
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Victims recall ordeal 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
Mumbai: The 12 labourers were brought to hospital with 60–100% burn injuries. Till late night on Monday, two victims were yet to be identified. According to Rajawadi Hospital’s medical superintendent...
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12 migrant labourers killed in farsan shop fire 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
Short circuit suspected; sleeping workers trapped in heat, smoke; owner arrested; eight manage to escape; BMC calls business illegal
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BJP celebrates party victory 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
‘It’s a mandate for Modi’s good governance’
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Court rejects Chhagan Bhujbal’s bail plea again 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
Nephew Sameer also denied bail
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HC asks Chautala for wife’s medical details 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
Plea for parole to look after ailing spouse
Rape victim’s pregnancy termination plea in HC 19.12.2017 Hindu: Delhi
Court asks AIIMS to submit report after it refuses to carry out procedure
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Dismembered body found in a drain 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
It was stuffed inside a jute sack
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EWS patients also ‘overcharged’ at Fortis 19.12.2017 Hindu: News
Probe panel says Gurugram hospital showed follow-up poor patients as new cases
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Delhi ranks 7th in world's expensive premium office sites: JLL 19.12.2017 Latest News
According to the report, Hong Kong's Central continues to be the world's most expensive office sub-market globally
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Tight security cover in city ahead of PM’s visit 19.12.2017 Hindu: Thiruvananthapuram
Traffic restrictions to kick in by 4 p.m. and end by 8 p.m.
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Just hoping to see the body 19.12.2017 Hindu: Thiruvananthapuram
The family of 65-year-old Mammans are living with the hope that the story shared by the men from his boat, who survived the waves, would turn out to be untrue. They would prefer not to believe that s...
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Nepali national among 12 killed in Mumbai eatery blaze 19.12.2017 Zee News : States
At least 12 persons were killed when a major fire engulfed a dry snacks and sweetmeats shop in Mumbai.
Catalysing healthcare with private funding 18.12.2017 Deccan Herald - Analysis
Now that the dust has settled on what was supposed to be the first wave of regulatory price restrictions in healthcare services, it is worth an effort to analyse the long-term effects that such regulations will bring about in a country as large as India. There is enough evidence to prove that in comparison with developed economies, Indias provision for healthcare spending is hugely below par. Therefore, the Union governments proposal to increase healthcare spending to 2.5% by 2035 is very encouraging. This intent to increase healthcare spending, when read in conjunction with the recent price regulations, clearly confirms the intent of the government on a larger level, that is, to provide affordable healthcare to the entire citizen base of 1.3 billion people. As a citizen, I have nothing to complain about this intent: it is a step in the right direction. Of course, how this is implemented is a different debate altogether. What is also a positive sign, from a private healthcare operators perspective, is ...
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Science Snippets - 19 December 18.12.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
How this sausage gets made When you slice into a salami, you are enjoying the fruits of some very small organisms labour. Like other dried sausages, salami is a fermented food. Its production involves a period where manufacturers allow microbes to work on the ground meat filling to create a bouquet of pungent, savoury molecules. Traditionally, the bugs find their way to the sausage from the surrounding environment. But these days, industrial manufacturers add a starter culture of bacteria to the meat instead. A study published in the journal Applied Environmental Microbiology found that salami made with wild bugs scored higher with tasters than salami made with a starter culture. During the experiment, the researchers had a salami manufacturer create two batches. A starter was added to one batch and not to the other. Researchers saw an explosive growth in the starter bacteria. Very soon, they began to produce molecules that are usually made later. In contrast, a rainbow of species cropped up gradually in ...
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Medical aid, risk fund distribution 18.12.2017 Hindu: Home
Medical aid and risk fund instituted by the Kerala State Cooperative Development Welfare Board for borrowers from Ernakulam district will be distributed here on December 21 by Cooperation Minister Kad...
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