Health authorities on Monday delivered oxygen to a public hospital in Uttar Pradesh where over 60 people have died of encephalitis in recent days, nearly half of them children, as it ran out of medical supplies because of unpaid bills, triggering public outrage.
A 'black money bonhomie' has come under the scanner, involving builders, brokers and Bollywood entities, as a multi-agency probe gets underway to pierce the corporate veil of hundreds of suspected shell companies.
The head of a hospital where dozens of children died in recent days has been suspended, as officials traded blame over cash shortfalls that led to supplies of medical oxygen being cut.
There are numerous tales of sportsmen who have cheated to win. Are we justified in booing them when they make a comeback'
Corrupt politicians working hand in glove with equally corrupt media is not something new, just watch Sweet Smell of Success that was made in 1957
Relations between India and Iran are too important to allow public wrangling to take a toll on bilateral ties