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EGM may decide successful bidder for Fortis Healthcare

Three directors nominated by promoters quit the company's board a day ahead of EGM on May 22 amidst talks of an MCA-initiated probe into the working of the company

Reliance Jio plans Estonia unit to expand overseas: report

Reliance Jio will operate its European business through a wholly-owned subsidiary, which will allow the company operate worldwide, according to the report

India test-fires BrahMos cruise missile with extended life

The fire-and-forget missile has the capability to take on surface targets by flying a combined hi-lo trajectory, thus evading enemy air defence systems

US Supreme Court to hear Gujarat villagers' appeal on Mundra power plant

In 2015, Indian farmers, fishermen, a trade union of fishworkers, and a local government entity had sued the IFC in the US District Court for the District of Columbia for funding the project

UAE to allow 100% FDI; offer 10-year residency visas for exceptional talents

At present, foreigners generally cannot own more than 49 per cent of any UAE firm unless it is incorporated in a special "free zone"

Modi, Putin discuss north-south transport corridor at Sochi summit

The International North-South Transport Corridor is a 7,200-km-long multi-modal network of ship, rail, and road route for moving freight among India, Iran, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Central Asia and Europe

ISI using pro-Khalistani groups to target Punjab police officers: report

Intelligence inputs say that that pro-Khalsa group in the United Kingdom has started a campaign on the social media to appeal to the people of Punjab to join the 'struggle for Khalistan

Are humans causing cancer in wild animals?

Are human activities also causing cancer in wild animals? Are we oncogenic -- a species that causes cancer in other species? Sandra Leander

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