Max hospital fires two doctors for wrongfully declaring newborn baby dead

City-based private Max Super Specialty Hospital has terminated the services of two doctors involved in the declaration of a 22-week-old premature baby as dead while he was alive The hospital situated in north-west Delhi’s Shalimar Bagh, which has also set up an inquiry into the matter and has two senior doctors from Indian Medical Association… Continue reading Max hospital fires two doctors for wrongfully declaring newborn baby dead

Nine years after 26/11 attack, India is safer today but still vulnerable

India has become inexplicably safer over the past years since the horrific 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attacks but her vulnerabilities have not diminished, argues Ajai Sahni. Crucially, India’s policing apparatus – the ‘first responders’ in case of terrorist attacks and the most productive sources of counter-terrorism intelligence – remains decrepit, ill-equipped, and substantially unprepared. India’s internal… Continue reading Nine years after 26/11 attack, India is safer today but still vulnerable

Vivo launches V7 with 24MP selfie camera in India at Rs 18,990

After a successful run of its selfie-focused flagship smartphone V7+ in India, Chinese smartphone maker Vivo on Monday launched V7 with the 24MP selfie and 16MP rear camera for Rs 18,990. Available in Champagne Gold and Matte Black colours, Vivo V7 will reach retail stores from November 25. The device was available for pre-booking orders… Continue reading Vivo launches V7 with 24MP selfie camera in India at Rs 18,990

iPhone X may go off the shelves as Apple cuts retailers’ margin by 30%

Apple Inc. has reportedly slashed the retailers’ margin on the anniversary edition iPhone X by nearly 30 per cent, according to a new report in the Economic Times. While other brand manufacturers offer retailers’ a margin of 10-15 per cent on their latest mobiles, Apple has been offering 6.5 per cent on the newly launch… Continue reading iPhone X may go off the shelves as Apple cuts retailers’ margin by 30%

Padmavati row: Maharashtra min seeks ban; Ranveer extends support, and more

From criticism to protests to the life-threatening bounty placed on the cast and crew of the movie ‘Padmavati’ has attracted all sorts of controversies, with the latest being Maharashtra Tourism Minister Jaykumar Rawal demanding a ban on the screening of the film in the state. “I have written a letter to the chief minister demanding… Continue reading Padmavati row: Maharashtra min seeks ban; Ranveer extends support, and more

GES 2017 highlights: America First, Make in India can co-exist, says Ivanka

With less than a week left for Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), India is getting decked up for the delegates from 150 countries, especially US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump. Ahead of her maiden visit to India, Ivanka Trump said she is looking forward to meeting Prime Minister Modi and external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj… Continue reading GES 2017 highlights: America First, Make in India can co-exist, says Ivanka

After note ban, will Modi govt now ban cheque books for its digital push?

After deciding to revoke the legal tender of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes in November last year, the Narendra Modi -led central government might now be working on another disruptive step to boost digital transactions — banning the cheque book. A senior functionary of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) on November… Continue reading After note ban, will Modi govt now ban cheque books for its digital push?