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Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test

Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test

21 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Batsman Joe Burns was on Sunday handed an unexpected Test debut as he replaced all-rounder Mitchell Marsh in a 13-member Australian cricket squad for the third Test against India starting December 26.

Joe Burns,   Test series in Australia,   Mitchell Marsh,   Australian cricket squad,   third Test against India,  
Rise in sexual <strong>harassment</strong> cases at workplace: Government

Rise in sexual harassment cases at workplace: Government

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The number of compalints registered with the National Commission for Women (NCW) concerning sexual harassment of women at workplaces has been showing an increasing trend lately, the government on Friday said.

sexual harassment,   sexual harassment at workplace,   Government,   crime against women,   harassment,  
Certain antidepressants can be safe for pregnant <strong>women</strong>: Study

Certain antidepressants can be safe for pregnant women: Study

20 Dec 2014

New York: Use of certain antidepressants during pregnancy can lead to life-long changes in anxiety-related behaviour in their offspring and protect them from anxiety-related disorders when they turn adults, research has found."The implications of these findings are that with additional investigation, it may be possible to identify specific antidepressants that are safer for pregnant women," said study senior author Anne Andrews, professor of psychiatry and chemistry and biochemistry at University of California, Los Angeles.

Antidepressants,   Safe,   Pregnant women,   Study,   SSRIs,   Researchers ,  
Mobile app 'Ziman' launched for <strong>women</strong> and children safety

Mobile app 'Ziman' launched for women and children safety

20 Dec 2014

Mumbai: With an aim of preventing rising crimes against women and children in the country, a new mobile application called 'Ziman', a 24x7 virtual protector, was launched on Friday by an IT company here.

Mobile app,   woman safety,   children safety,   Ziman app,   Ziman,  
After Mauritius, <strong>India</strong> to export warships to Sri Lanka

After Mauritius, India to export warships to Sri Lanka

20 Dec 2014

Kolkata: India will now export two warships to Sri Lanka after delivering a warship to Mauritius for the first time, Minister of State for Defence Production Rao Inderjit Singh said in Kolkata on Saturday.

Mauritius,   India,   Sri Lanka,   India warships export,   Rao Inderjit Singh,   Off-shore Patrol Vehicles,   Goa Shipyard,  
Jaitley urges <strong>India</strong> Inc to build public opinion for GST Bill

Jaitley urges India Inc to build public opinion for GST Bill

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A day after the government tabled the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill in the Lok Sabha, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday urged industries to build public opinion in states for passing the law on reforming India's indirect tax system.

Government,   Goods and Services Tax,   GST Bill,   Lok Sabha,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Indirect tax,  
Air <strong>India</strong> to add extra capacity in domestic sector

Air India to add extra capacity in domestic sector

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With aviation capacity coming under strain, national carrier Air India on Saturday said that it is planning to ramp up capacity in the domestic sector by inducting more aircraft.

Air India,   domestic sector,   airlines,   flights,   aircraft,   holiday rush,  
Private sector needs to contribute 600 MT coal by 2020: Government

Private sector needs to contribute 600 MT coal by 2020: Government

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With domestic demand for coal likely to soar to 1.6 billion tonnes by 2020, government on Saturday said it is looking at the private sector to contribute 600 MT, while the rest will come from Coal India.

Coal,   Government,   Private sector,   Coal India,  
High Court asks civic bodies to devise schemes to provide toilets for <strong>women</strong>

High Court asks civic bodies to devise schemes to provide toilets for women

19 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Bombay High Court on Friday asked all the municipal corporations in Maharashtra to devise schemes in their respective areas to provide toilets for women.

High Court ,  devise schemes to provide toilets for women,   Milun Saryajan,   Pune Municipal Corporation,   Bombay,   ,  
Indians should avoid verbal spats with Australians: Gavaskar

Indians should avoid verbal spats with Australians: Gavaskar

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Saturday advised the Indian team to avoid verbal spats with their Australian counterparts as he feels the country's cricketers are not as well equipped to deal with sledging as the ones from Down Under.

Sunil Gavaskar,   Team India,   Verbal spats,   Australian cricketers,   Indian cricketers,   India vs Australia,   Test series,  

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