Law on anvil to end rent of womb25 August 2016, New Delhi, Dhirendra KumarIt’s now end of road for commercial surrogate motherhood, which had thrived and flourished in India, leading to what many say to the exploitation of poor women, who agree to become surrogate mothers for money.
‘Scorpene leak might be part of economic war’
Trade rivalries are being suspected to be behind the leak of 22,000 pages containing secrets about the Scorpene submarines being built in India with French collaboration.
Myanmar earthquake shakes up Kolkata Wednesday was not like any other usual day in the city. The hands of the clock had just crossed 4 pm mark when the City of Joy felt strong tremors which left the bystanders in the middle of the road running helter skelter for their lives.
37-year-old businessman dies after fire in Hauz Khas Village After a fire broke out at a residence in South Delhi’s Hauz Khas Village, a real estate businessman died of suffocation while his friend who hails from France was injured in the incident. The fire broke out early on Wednesday when the duo was...
Did not blame RSS for killing Mahatma Gandhi: Rahul to SCPolitical slugfest between Congress and RSS seemed to be drawing to a conclusion with Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday choosing to set the records straight by telling Supreme Court that he had never blamed RSS as an institution for killing Mahatama Gandhi but persons associated with it were behind the assassination.
Haryana welcomes sakshiA rousing state reception was accorded by the Haryana government to the Olympic bronze medallist Sakshi Malik after she arrived on Wednesday morning from Rio...
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An injured Man lies on ground while shouts slogans during protest against the killing of 66 civilians and beating of three bikers by security forces, in Srinagar on Wednesday.