Plymouth Herald
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WARNING: This story and video above contains graphic content some readers may find upsetting If you were shopping in the city centre today you might have walked past this line of vegans with masks on. But how many of you stopped to have a chat? The passionate group of animal lovers were here to expose one thing cruelty to animals in farms and slaughterhouses up and down the country. The individuals make up Devon Animal Save (DAS), who hold vegan events from...
Plymouth Herald
2 days
WARNING: This story and video above contains graphic content some readers may find upsetting If you were shopping in the city centre today you might have walked past this line of vegans with masks on. But how many of you stopped to have a chat? The passionate group of animal lovers were here to expose one thing cruelty to animals in farms and slaughterhouses up and down the country. The individuals make up Devon Animal Save (DAS), who hold vegan events from...
Leicester Mercury
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Leicester Mercury
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The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das today asked Amazon to desist from being flippant about Indian symbols and icons, cautioning it that "indifference will be at your own peril". "Amazon, better behave. Desist from being flippant about Indian symbols & icons. Indifference will be at your own peril," Das said in a tweet. Amazon,better behave. Desist from being flippant about Indian symbols & icons. Indifference will be at your own peril. — Shaktikanta Das (@DasShaktikanta) January 15, 2017 In another tweet however he added: "Comment on Amazon was as a citizen of India as I felt strongly about it. Nothing more should be read into it." Comment on amazon was as a citizen of India as I felt strongly about it. Nothing more should be read into it. — Shaktikanta Das (@DasShaktikanta) January 15, 2017 Last week, after a strong protest by India over Amazon selling doormats depicting Indian flag, the e-retail giant removed the offensive article from its Canadian website.
The Economic Times
2 days
Some Twitter users have tagged Swaraj in their tweets complaining that the beach sandals with Gandhi's image were being sold on the Amazon US site.
The Economic Times
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Narendra Modi should promise Ram temple: Acharya"Modi must visit Ayodhya, give us a guarantee and announce that that he will get the Ram temple constructed during his tenure," said Das.
The Economic Times
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"Modi must visit Ayodhya, give us a guarantee and announce that that he will get the Ram temple constructed during his tenure," said Das.
The Economic Times
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UP polls: Modi should promise Ram temple: Acharya"Modi must visit Ayodhya, give us a guarantee and announce that that he will get the Ram temple constructed during his tenure," said Das.
The Huffington Post
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The Economic Times
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Domestic and imported stents have similar price ranges because costs borne by domestic and global manufacturers are similar, including investment in training doctors to use these devices,” said Probir Das, Director MTaI. Neither multinationals nor domestic companies are engaged in price gorging, but their operating realities have to be taken into account, Das said. Several distributors ET spoke to say most indigenous drug-eluting stents (DES) today have a maximum retail price (MRP) of at least Rs 1.30 lakh. Distributors and domestic industry insiders said Indian companies have even fixed MRPs of newly introduced Drug Eluding Stents (DES) at more than Rs 1.50 lakh—a similar price range to the latest stents by top global stent companies like Medtronic and Abbott India. However, Indian companies differ with MNCs here and claim that save for newer launches, most locally produced stents are cheaper than imported stents.
The Cornishman
6 days
Police are concerned for the welfare of a 53-year-old man who is believed to be in the Cornwall and Devon area. Michael Green, from Stevenage in Hertfordshire, was last seen at around 10am on Tuesday, January 10. He is thought to be travelling in a distinctive black Ford Mondeo estate car with 'DAS' in white letters on the side. Read next: Investigation launched after body of man found near St Austell flats in Truro Road Michael is described as a white man, possibly wearing black trousers...
Sky News
6 days
" It must be widely practised by both men and women in at least 50 countries and across four different continents." Some might think Das is a bit too parochial and the bloke like to fill that criteria.
Plymouth Herald
6 days
Police are concerned for the welfare of a 53 year old man called Michael Green. He is from Stevenage in Hertfordshire who is believed to be in the Devon and Cornwall area.He was last seen at around 10am on Tuesday 10 January.He is thought to be travelling in a distinctive black Ford Mondeo estate car with 'DAS' in white letters on the side.Michael is described as a white man, possibly wearing black trousers and white trainers. He has a slim build with short, straight black hair and may have a...
The Cornishman
6 days
Police are concerned for the welfare of a 53-year-old man who is believed to be in the Cornwall and Devon area. Michael Green, from Stevenage in Hertfordshire, was last seen at around 10am on Tuesday, January 10. He is thought to be travelling in a distinctive black Ford Mondeo estate car with 'DAS' in white letters on the side. Read next: Investigation launched after body of man found near St Austell flats in Truro Road Michael is described as a white man, possibly wearing black trousers...
BBC Two England
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Three receivers stacked to the left. Wilson goes that way. Das guys there and Bouldin captures it. He's stolen. -- two. He had a walk-in, stand-up touchdown. Watch Doug Baldwin steal it from him. It has been a one-handed catch show tonight for the Seahawks.
BBC Two England
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Thomas those down, spectacular. Thomas Rawls for the touchdown. The Seahawks just went 82 yards in eight plays to turn it into a Das possession lead. Stafford fires -- two possession lead.
The Economic Times
8 days
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament can call Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of demonetisation if it is not satisfied with the answers given by top finance ministry officials and the RBI Governor Urjit Patel, to whom a detailed questionnaire has been sent. A PAC meeting on this issue has been called on January 20th, in which the RBI Governor Urjit Patel, Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa and Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das will be present. "We have not yet received answers for the questions we have sent to them. They will reply few days before the January 20th meeting. Their replies will be discussed in detail," PAC Chairman and senior Congress leader K V Thomas told PTI. Asked if the PAC would call the Prime Minister if replies were not satisfactory, he said: "The committee has all right to call anybody involved in the matter.
The Economic Times
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Daily Mail - Health
11 days
Indian-born Mrityunjay Das, who is just seven months old and suffers from hydrocephalus, has been relieved of nearly four litres of fluid, which inflated his face to the size of a watermelon.
Daily Mail - Health
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Indian-born Mrityunjay Das, who is just seven months old and suffers from hydrocephalus, has been relieved of nearly four litres of fluid, which inflated his face to the size of a watermelon.
CNET Reviews
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The Das Keyboard manufacturer is giving its keyboard a whole new direction. It is introducing an internet connected keyboard series where every key will have the ability of lighting up with a...