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Acupuncture may cure baby colic, says study

Acupuncture may cure baby colic, says study

Swedish researchers said yesterday acupuncture “appears to reduce crying” in babies suffering from colic.

Trump, corporatism, and the dearth of innovation

Trump, corporatism, and the dearth of innovation

To revive innovation, Americans need to change how business is done. Donald Trump’s incoming administration, for its part, should focus on opening up competition, not just cutting regulations

Emissions cheating: carmakers need to make radical changes

Emissions cheating: carmakers need to make radical changes

Widening emissions cheating scandals, denials, probes and some settlements with fines; it does seem like an open season for global automakers.

In Detroit, Shinola is ‘Made in USA’ success story

In Detroit, Shinola is ‘Made in USA’ success story

From the outside, there’s nothing much to say about this nondescript, hulking building in downtown Detroit, once the cradle of American industry.

Iran should eschew confrontation policy

Iran should eschew confrontation policy

The death of Iranian leader Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani is a big blow to reformists in Iran as he was considered a moderate in the country’s polity.

Economic prosperity in digital age

Economic prosperity in digital age

Around the world, people are demanding change.

Lessons from Germany for integrating refugees

Lessons from Germany for integrating refugees

Governments around the world are facing a huge challenge. The number of international migrants has surged in recent years, reaching 244mn in 2015 – a 41% increase from 2000.

Trump team’s conflicting signals on China policy

Trump team’s conflicting signals on China policy

The incoming US administration’s tough talk against China has set the stage for showdowns on everything from security to trade and cyberspace, but contradictory signals are sowing uncertainty over how far President-elect Donald Trump is prepared to go in confronting Beijing.

China, Europe drive shift to electric cars as US lags

China, Europe drive shift to electric cars as US lags

Electric cars will pick up critical momentum in 2017, many in the auto industry believe – just not in North America.

Electronic waste rising dangerously in Asian countries

Electronic waste rising dangerously in Asian countries

Electronic waste is rising sharply across Asia as higher incomes allow hundreds of millions of people to buy smartphones and other gadgets, with serious consequences for human health and the environment, according to a UN study released yesterday.

Nutrition tips to maximise your workouts

Nutrition tips to maximise your workouts

Did you know when and what you eat can have an impact on your workout? Eating and exercise are connected.

Jai Jawan...it’s only a slogan

Jai Jawan...it’s only a slogan

Almost 25 years ago, while travelling with the Vidarbha Ranji Trophy cricket team and a group of army men heading home for the festival of Diwali for company, I could gather firsthand the miserable plight of the ordinary Indian soldier.

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