Apex EU court upholds rules for tobacco warnings
India is not alone in insisting on more prominent graphic warnings on tobacco products. Europe's highest court upheld tough new tobacco rules on Wednesday
Indian hospital in tests to bring dead back to life
American biotech firm Bioquark Inc has won regulatory permission to test whether brains of technically dead people can be regenerated – and the first stage will take place at Anupam Hospital in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand
Apple must share iPhone name with Chinese leather goods maker
Apple has lost exclusivity to the 'iPhone' trademark in China, as a local court ruled that it must share the name with a leather products manufacturer that is already selling a number of 'IPHONE' products, notably phone cases
 
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Interviews
  Being more than a five-point someone
  Dr. Sumit D Chowdhry, founder CEO of 'Gaia Smart Cities' and Amrita Verma Chowdhury, Author and consultant in conversation with Swetha Amit on a book by various IITians that they curated- Chicken Soup for the IITian's Soul and experiences of being IITians
  The tricky question of VVIP visitors
  Budding IAS officers, returning to their training academy for the final polish after a year in the field, were asked how they coped with VVIP visitors. Their replies make interesting reading.  By Vivek K. Agnihotri, former secretary-general, Rajya Sabha, Parliament of India
  Inspirational managers may harm workers' health
  A new study suggests that a transformational leader who encourages their group to make an extra effort at work may exacerbate sickness absence, as high levels of presenteeism may result in reduced opportunities for recovery
  Cloud computing wars enter new phase
  Three of the world's most well-known companies are engaged in a ferocious battle for control of cloud computing. Estimated to be worth about a trillion dollars, Amazon, Microsoft and Google are battling it out, hoping to dominate the cloud business. Nithin Rao reports
  Catching the fast train to success
  Passionate about coaching for success, Abhishek Ratna in conversation with Swetha Amit about the pathway to career success
  Those who are (and are not) sheltered from the Panama Papers
  The effects of the leaks of the Panama Papers are not evenly spread; the documents contained far more information about the offshore activities of individuals in the developing world than in the developed world. Whatever the reasons for the imbalance, it will likely limit the papers' impact. A Stratfor analysis. Republished with permission
  Is risk-taking contagious?
  Why do we sometimes decide to take risks and other times choose to play it safe? In a new study, researchers explored the neural mechanisms of one possible explanation: a contagion effect
  Shantaram revisits Bombay in a new avatar
  Thomas Abraham, managing director of Hachette India in conversation with Swetha Amit about The Mountain Shadow the sequel to Shantaram authored by Gregory David Robert
  Technology and wisdom
  The digital age has transformed our lives in ways that would be unimaginable even a generation ago. But are all these changes necessarily for the better? Nikunj Dalal, professor of management science and information systems at Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University  explores the issues in the first of a series of columns
  'Regional languages are the key to reaching the masses'
  Amish Tripathi, author of the Shiva trilogy series in conversation with Swetha Amit on translation of English titles into regional languages
  Brussels Attacks Tear at the Fabric of the European Union
  The atmosphere of fear and suspicion that is sure to follow the 22 March terrorist attacks in Brussels following those in Paris, have the potential to reignite anti-Muslim sentiments in Europe
  Tumultuous 2016 Republican campaign a phenomenon long in the making
  America's political polarization can be attributed to the widening policy differences between the parties, the lessening influence of those parties on the nomination process, and a fractured Republican base, Stanford researcher Tobias Konitzer, tells Clifton Parker
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