Coke under fire for funding non-profit health outfit
The soft drink giant's chief health and science officer Rhona Applebaum has resigned following revelations that Coca-Cola Co funded research that downplays the role of sugary drinks in obesity
Anonymous hits ISIS with music video links featuring Risk Astley
Anonymous is flooding the terror group's social media accounts with links to Astley's 1987 hit song Never Gonna Give You Up as they seek to divert the killers from their stated goal of global jihad
3 Pak militants, one civilian killed in Tangdhar gunfight
The attack coincides with the seventh anniversary of the Mumbai attack by the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group, which killed 166 people
Rail upgrade to add over 2% to country's GDP growth: Prabhu
Raising money for investment has not been a problem, he said, adding that money has been raised from the Life Insurance Corporation at a rate cheaper than government bonds
Facebook launches Free Basics pan India via Reliance
Mark Zuckerberg today through a Facebook post announced that all Reliance subscribers across India can now access free internet, for limited basic services, via Facebook's controversial Free Basics
Shire preparing to mount new bid for Baxalta
British drugmaker Shire Plc is preparing to table a new takeover offer for Baxalta, almost four months after the US biotech firm rejected its unsolicited $30-billion bid
Ratan Tata invests in Singapore big data start-up Crayon
Crayon has been rated as one of the most successful and innovative big data start-ups for 2014 and 2015
Terror groups still active, US warns travellers
US authorities say the likelihood of attacks will continue as members of IS return from Syria and Iraq, and other individuals not affiliated with terror groups engage in violence on their own
Idea Cellular in deal to buy Videocon's spectrum for Rs3,310 crore
Idea Cellular, which is already a leader in these two circles, would be acquiring 1800 MHz spectrum in these service areas
Climate-friendly rice recognized as a top science development of 2015
The new kind of rice grows in a manner that nearly eliminates the production of methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Rice is a big source of methane
Union Budget: 2015-16
Economic Survey : 2014-15

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