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Heat Drives Zika’s Spread

Mosquitoes are by far one of the deadliest species on earth. Mosquito borne diseases are estimated to affect more than 700 million people globally every year

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All Shopping Centres Need To Be Pedestrianised

Upmarket shopping malls serve a very limited section of our society. Variations of traditional shopping bazaars with their overlapping of mixed uses would more effectively serve the needs of city residents

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The Chinese Puzzle

The launch on 16 January in Beijing of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as a counterweight to the us-dominated World Bank is an indication of China’s determination to expand its global financial role

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Become A Health Evangelist

Increasingly, organisations want to be seen as doing the right things in pushing employees to stay healthy.

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A False Sense Of Security

India may not be fully isolated from the Chinese crisis as many in the country would like us to believe

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Gold's Glitter: A Weak, Though Welcome Return

The first month of the New Year has been a positive one for gold, with prices inching up steadily over the past 30 days. Against this background, and buoyed by promotions and other minor course corrections, the second tranche of the government's Gold Bonds scheme has also fared well

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The Pakistan Conundrum

Pakistan’s response to the Pathankot attack has not followed its traditional script of denial of any responsibility.

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Helping Farmers Through Timely Weather Forecasts

Weather predictions can help peasants decide the appropriate time to apply farm inputs like fertilizers, pesticides and irrigation

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Hollande's Visit Cements Indo-French Alliance

France has commended India's stabilising role in South Asia, in particular in Afghanistan, where the two sides noted that terrorist activities and proxies supported from safe havens across Afghanistan's borders posed a grave threat to peace

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Harvard Study Places India On Top

The Harvard researchers predict that Indian GDP will expand at an average of 6.98 per cent till 2025. This means nominal GDP will nearly double to around $4.50 trillion in 2025 at current exchange rates

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