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The new Indian government is planning to bring about a "complete transformation" of the health sector and is working on the blueprint of the world's largest universal health insurance programme. This was announced by Health Minister Harsh Vardhan as
ET India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi, says he has been denied the "honeymoon" period that new governments traditionally enjoy. Just one month after taking office, he has also asserted that he has defied expectations and secured a firm grip on
called the European Commission president-designate and the pair discussed working together to "make the EU more competitive and more flexible". "The PM welcomed Mr Juncker's commitment of finding a fair deal for Britain," the No 10 spokesman said.
The Indian guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's efforts to encourage peace in Pakistan ended in an armed attack, but he still believes dialogue is the best path with the Taliban. The globe-trotting yogi, known for his flowing hair and beard and perpetually
Reviving Mahatma Gandhi's ideas and thoughts is clearly high on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wishlist. Having already appealed to the nation to gift a Swachh Bharat (Clean India) to Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary in 2019, Modi has now asked
If the Govt can't use taxpayers' money as well as they can, then they should keep it, PM tells party conference. John Key used National's weekend conference in Wellington to again raise the prospect of tax breaks for low- and middle-income earners.
The United States, the European Union and Australia have imposed measures to show their disapproval of the coup and continue reviewing whether to impose more measures to mount pressure on the junta...It had hoped that explanations of the
Kamat also said perception of fear got strengthened in the minds of people during mere 30 days of governance under Modi. "If he (Modi) does not improve his behaviour, nature, and style of functioning, people will have to suffer," said Kamat, who is
Olive Nelson, Guest Columnist Senator Imani Duncan-Price recently argued in Jamaica's Parliament for a more equal gender mix in representational politics. She felt that this could be achieved with the introduction of a quota-based system to ensure
Najaf is far from Baghdad's palaces and the battlefields of northern Iraq. Its mud-brick houses, dirt alleys and concrete office blocks project little in the way of strength or sway. But it is here, where Iraq's most influential clerics work from