Rudresh Badiger

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'Warned in 2014 that they will use Judiciary to destabilise government': Harish Salve slams Congress

Share Email<p>Harish Salve, former Solicitor General of India and one of India’s most prominent lawyers who even has represented the country in the …

Once opposed to FDI, the BJP has found the wisdom, vision and courage to take the bull by the horns

But just permitting 100% FDI is not enough. India is 130 out of 189 on the World Bank’s ease of doing business index. It needs to improve this rank.<p>I …

India

IBM Creates A Molecule That Could Destroy All Viruses

One macromolecule to rule them all, from Ebola to Zika and the flu<p>Finding a cure for viruses like Ebola, Zika, or even the flu is a challenging task. Viruses are vastly different from one another, and even the same strain of a virus can mutate and change--that's why doctors give out a different flu …

Narendra Modi’s new growth recipe: just add water

<b>Kondhane/New Delhi:</b> Like his father before him, Dattatatraya Kshirsagar, 80, has been looking forward for years to the day when a $65 million dam …

Modi seen pivoting from roads to fields in next budget | Reuters

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi will recalibrate budget priorities in 2016 to focus on social initiatives, such as the country’s first major crop insurance scheme, while capping previously prioritized infrastructure spending, officials say.<p>A farmer channels water to …

Walking histories

The best way to explore and learn about a new city is by travelling on foot and Bengaluru is no exception to the rule. The heritage of a place is …

The air that makes you fat

Some puzzling studies appear to show that tiny airborne particles may contribute to obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Should we be concerned?<p>Take a deep breath, and exhale. Depending on where you live, that life-giving lungful of air might just be pushing you towards diabetes and obesity.<p>Two …

This Is Your Brain and Body on Yoga and Meditation: 4 Powerful Scientific Findings

The many benefits of yoga, a 5,000-year-old discipline, are finally getting support from modern science.<p>If you've ever taken a vinyasa class or spent time meditating, you may be familiar with the even-keeled buzz often referred to in the yoga world as "yoga bliss" or "yoga high." As it turns out, …

Mumbai airport, Taj Hotel put on alert after receiving threat of terror attack

<b>Mumbai:</b> The Mumbai domestic and international airports and the iconic Taj Hotel nearby received a terror threat, following which security agencies …

The web app that made information free

In 2000, Encyclopaedia Britannica recorded its largest annual sales. A mere 12 years later, the brand had decided to stop printing copies of its …

Pakistan: A once dangerous idea

Buried in the archives of the British Library in London, historian Venkat Dhulipala discovered an amazing document that dates to 13 March, 1955. It …

The men of steel with a softer side

<b>Tata, the Indian company that owns Tetley Tea and Jaguar Land Rover, prides itself on its ethics - 66% of the business is owned by charities. Its unique character was shaped by the passions of its founder Jamsetji Tata and his successors.</b><p>Towards the end of the 19th Century, Indian businessman …

Almonds Can Reduce Belly Fat, Study Finds

Snacking on almonds may possibly be one of the best choices you can make.<p>According to the results of a new study, choosing almonds as opposed to carbs like white bread or muffins, may reduce the risk of heart disease by decreasing belly fat, the dangerous type of fat that can encircle our organs. …

Nutrition

Stage 4 Cancer Gone With Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) — HealthDigezt.com

This is the story of a man, Vernon Johnston, who has been battling stage 4 prostate cancer. His options were very few and his standard treatments had …