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Concern is prevalent over drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis bacilli (TB) growing and now noted thriving in India with similar ‘incurable’ TB emerging in Italy and Iran.
US guitar maker Gibson is facing a criminal probe over claims it broke environmental laws while importing wood.
Microfinance firms in India are hoping to work out repayment arrangements with borrowers and persuade the state government to relax the tough lending law it passed in December.
Last year, some 120,000 passengers passed through the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal spending roughly US$ 30 million dollars in New York, according to city officials.
The Russian nuclear industry has profited by selling reactors abroad, mostly to developing countries like China and India.
Genome researchers has concluded in a study through large-scale gene re-sequencing indicate that domesticated rice may have first appeared as far back as approximately 9,000 years ago in the Yangtze Valley of China.
India still strives to feed all of more than a billion population but childhood obesity and diabetes noted among the middle classes, who have largely benefited from a decade of expanding economic growth.
It was German scientist Heinrich-Moritz Gottlieb Grellman, who has pioneered the idea about origin of the gypsies.
India 277-4 beat Sri Lanka 274-6 by six wickets to win the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 final at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.
With the advent of cheap solar panels and high efficiency LED lights which can light a room with just 4 watts of power, these small solar systems deliver useful electricity at a price that even the poor can afford.