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Indian court asked to rule on whether Hindu guru dead or meditating

Indian court has been asked to rule on whether a revered Hindu guru is dead or alive – and whether it is a matter of religious faith or scientific fact His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj is thought to have died… Continue Reading →

Do Drug Companies Make Drugs, or Money ? #healthcare

By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN  JUNE 2, 2014 9:05 PMWin McNamee/Getty ImagesAllergan is the maker of Botox.   “I just want to emphasize that this is an industry where it is composed of really great people, working to do good things for patients,… Continue Reading →

#India – The best democracy that money can buy

  Should we worry that Modi may be spending as much on advertising as Obama spent on his entire 2012 campaign?   Economic Times April 30, 2014 What money can buy Siddharth Varadarajan The 2014 election is a reminder of the… Continue Reading →

Football and cricket most susceptible to money laundering

VIVEK SHARMA | 02/04/2014 12:38 PM |    Sports is an area, which experiences continuous flow of money from different sources and has been able to survive and grow even during times of difficulties. No wonder cash rich sports like football, tennis, cricket and… Continue Reading →

#India – Gujarat govt spent over Rs 11 cr to ferry people to 2011 Sadbhavana fast venues’ #WTFnews

Express News Service : Ahmedabad, Wed Oct 23 2013, 04:35 hrs The Gujarat government reportedly spent Rs 11.14 crore on ferrying people in buses to the Sadbhavana fast venues in 2011 and spent Rs 28,000 on buying skull caps for the… Continue Reading →

Mr “Money doesn’t grow on trees” spends Rs 7721 per head on dinner #Manmohansingh

  image, courtesy -pagall patrakar at fakingnews.com By Shankkar Aiyar 30th September 2012 , new indian express History, they say, repeats itself, first as tragedy and then as farce. In India’s political economy, it is increasingly difficult to distinguish the tragedy… Continue Reading →

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