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Maharashtra Police to get ‘beef detection kits’

MUMBAI:  A Maharashtra forensic laboratory will develop and provide kits to the state police to detect beef, officials said on Friday. The kits will be able to detect meat proteins in a sample and provide test results within half an hour. The move comes amid controversy over beef ban and lynchings by cow vigilantes across

Tea works as medicine too

Tea works as medicine too

Tea works as medicine too. Tea is most consumed drink after water. Tea is considered useful for the body.   According to the specialists, tea also enhances beauty. India is the leading place of tea production. However, we all know that Tea has always been a natural and health-abiding substance that provides both the ability

India ranks 13th in protection of minority investors

New Delhi: India’s global ranking in terms of protection of minority investors has slipped three notches to 13th, but remains much higher than the country’s overall 130th rank for ease of doing business. The sub-ranking for protection of minority investors is topped jointly by New Zealand and Singapore. Others that ranked higher than India are

SC refuses to give protection from arrest to Vishal Dadlani

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to grant protection from arrest to music composer Vishal Dadlani for allegedly making scathing remarks against Jain monk Tarun Sagar and asked him to move the high court. A bench of Justices V Gopala Gowda and Adarsh Kumar Goel also declined Dadlani’s prayer for quashing of FIR lodged

Cow protection: Badal warns of action for violating law

Hoshiarpur: Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the states to act against “self-styled” cow vigilante groups, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today warned those violating law on the pretext of cow protection of stern action. He also batted for dairy farmers who are being harassed in the name of ‘gau raksha’ (cow protection).

US to join Facebook data protection case in EU

Dublin: The Irish High Court on Tuesday allowed the US government to take part in a case against Facebook on data transfer from Europe to the US. Max Schrems, an Austrian law student and privacy activist, brought the case questioning whether Facebook data was protected properly, CNET reported. “The fact that the US government intervenes

Whitefly Attack: Central team visits Fazikla

Fazilka: A Central team, led by Plant Protection Adviser, visited Fazikla, on Friday to inspect cotton crop which has been attacked by whitefly pest. The five-member team by visited several villages including Sardarpura, Gumjaal, Panni wala and several other villages that have come under the grip of whitefly pest attack. Also Read: 500 scouts to tackle