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Executed prisoners’ organs still harvested in China

Huang Jiefu, a former Chinese deputy health minister, has claimed that organs of executed prisoners in China may be still being used to carry out organ transplants at certain places. Even though such transplants have been banned in China and the country has a zero tolerance policy for such acts, Jiefu said that China is a big country and it ... Read More »

Punjab Elections: Re-polling in 48 polling stations, says EC

The Election Commission (EC) has announced today that re-polling will be done in 48 polling stations across Punjab. These polling stations fall under the Majitha, Muktsar and Sangrur assembly seats. Re-polling will be done at 12 polling stations in Majitha, one in Moga, nine in Muktsar, four in Sardulgarh and six in Sangrur. Re-polling will also be held at 16 ... Read More »

Attempt to set Kaaba on fire? Man arrested by police

Reports are coming in from Saudi Arabia, claiming that a person has tried to set fire to the Kaaba inside Makkah’s Grand Mosque, the holiest shrine of Muslims. The man trying to set the Kaaba on fire has been arrested by the police before he could complete his act. Sources said that the man was mentally unstable, which is why ... Read More »

Movie Review: Kung Fu Yoga

Release Date: February 3, 2017 Cast: Jackie Chan, Sonu Sood, Disha Patani, Amyra Dastur, Yixing Zhang, Aarif Rahman Director: Stanley Tong Genre: Action, Adventure Duration: 1 hour 41 minutes For Jackie Chan fans, Kung Fu Yoga would be an enjoyable experience, especially to see the great martial arts action hero in an Indian twist. Kung Fu Yoga is among the ... Read More »

2,200 women lose their uterus to greedy doctors

In a development that reveals the sorry state of affairs of medical establishments in the country, around 2,200 women in Kalaburagi district, Karnataka, have been duped into getting their uteruses removed by greedy doctors. What is even more worrying is that the hospitals involved in this racket were banned in October 2015, but they are still operational. Sources said that ... Read More »

After condoms, a new birth control gel for men

The not-for-profit Parsemus Foundation has successfully tested a new form of male birth control gel on rhesus monkeys, paving the way for clinical trials in humans. The gel has been named as Vasalgel and the good thing about it is that it is administered through a process which is reversible. Currently, men can undergo vasectomy, but it creates problems because ... Read More »

Principal orders girls to remove skirt; suspended

In a shocking incident, a school principal in Anpara in Sonebhadra District, Uttar Pradesh has allegedly ordered around 15 class VIII girls to remove their skirt and parade around the school campus. The students claimed that their only fault was that they were not able to recite the Sanskrit shlokas, a task that was given to them by the Principal, ... Read More »

US changes its export control laws to benefit India

In a development that highlights the deepening ties between the United States and India, the US government has tweaked its export control laws to facilitate smoother transfer of technology and arms to India. Recognizing India as a “Major Defense Partner”, the US government has created a presumption of approval, which will enable Indian companies to import Commerce Department-controlled military items. ... Read More »

Hardik Patel will be Shiv Sena’s CM candidate for Gujarat

Turning up the heat against BJP, the prominent leader of the Patidar agitation Hardik Patel met Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray today and announced that he will work with Shiv Sena. He said that Gujarati and Marathi communities have always been together and this is the right time to bring a change in the system that would benefit the people. ... Read More »

Officials appointed by BCCI ex-president Anurag Thakur sacked; Delhi office closed

In its mission to completely dismantle the old BCCI structure, the Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators (COA) has sacked all board officials who were appointed by BCCI ex-president Anurag Thakur and ex-secretary Ajay Shirke. The decision has been taken after reports that confidential discussions of the Indian Cricket team in the dressing room were being leaked to former BCCI ... Read More »

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