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Arushi Bedi

After Govt's Cut Down On Cardiac Stent Prices, Manufacturers Withdraw All High-End Stents Illegally

Feb 18, 2017 Arushi Bedi

The recall comes despite NPPA, the apex drug price regulator, notifying that relabeling is not necessary and old stocks can be sold in the same packaging as long manufacturers circulate a price list with new prices.

Prices Of Coronary Stents Fixed, Rates Down By 80 Per Cent

Feb 14, 2017 Arushi Bedi

The notification also ensures that hospitals do not fleece customers in any manner by billing separately for devices and procedures


Did Safdurjung Doctor Rawat Have A Driver? None Has Seen Him Being Chauffeured In His Audi

A visit to Safdarjung hospital, Rawat’s current place of employment, revealed that he never brought the Audi to work and most of his colleagues and juniors weren’t even aware that he owned such a vehicle.

Audi Q7 Crash: Delhi Doctor's Driver Who Surrendered In Accident That Killed 4 An Imposter, Say Police

Feb 04, 2017 Arushi Bedi

Since the Audi Q7 Crash, Dr. Rawat has been missing from his house, which remains locked, and has not reported to work at Safdarjung hospital either.


Fix MRP And Ceiling Price For Stents By March 1, 2017, Delhi HC Tells Govt

The order comes a day after pharmaceuticals’ department passed a much-awaited order allowing fixing of stent prices, which doesn’t sport MRP

22 December, 2016

Finally, Cardiac Stents Come Under Price Control List, Hospitals Can't Charge You A Bomb

Arushi Bedi

The much-awaited green signal from the pharmaceuticals’ department allows to fix prices of stent, which doesn’t sport MRP


14 December, 2016

In Real Estate, Affordability And Transparency Could Be The Fallout Of Current Churning: Experts

Arushi Bedi

One of the biggest sectors hit by demonetisation is expected to be real estate —a sector which has historical dealings in black money.


03 August, 2016

Dissecting Uber + Didi

Arushi Bedi

Making sense of the deal of the year, a masterclass in the Chinese way to manage the Internet


22 July, 2016

The Rajinikanth Economy

Arushi Bedi

How does Thalaivar make his money?



22 May, 2016

"The Data Is Too Good To Be True"

Arushi Bedi

Jatin Singh, CEO of SkyMet, has a gut feeling that this will be the first excess rainfall event since 1994 which was 112%.


22 March, 2016

Why Property Prices Should Rise

Arushi Bedi

An essential FAQs to understanding the impact of the all-new Real Estate Regulatory Bill...


10 March, 2016

'Sri Sri Doesn't Care About The Judiciary'

Arushi Bedi

It is ridiculous that Arvind Kejriwal's politics has become the same as the others.


06 March, 2016

From Fun Park To Horror Park

Pragya Singh

A visit to Sonepat's Jurasik Park, which was attacked and severely damaged during the Jat agitation for reservation in Haryana


25 February, 2016

Why No Pre-Budget Buzz, Mr Jaitley?

Arushi Bedi

The usual pre-Budget excitement fuelled by the stock market, media and advertisers is palpably missing. What does that tell us about what to expect on next Monday?


18 February, 2016

'Three Droughts In A Row Has Happened Only Once'

Arushi Bedi

CEO of India's first private weather forecasting organisation on strange weather trends


12 December, 2015

Do Air Purifiers Really Work?

Arushi Bedi

Trainee journalist Arushi Bedi on the growing demand for air purifiers, and whether these machines are worth the buy.


11 December, 2015

Perils Of Learning To Fly

Arushi Bedi

In times of natural disasters, companies need to account for emotional factors.


Photo Gallery

Family members and relatives mourn after a massive fire broke out on the top floor of three-storey bulidng in Old Seemapuri area killing four people, in New Delhi.

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President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, accepts credentials from Ambassador of Israel, Naor Gilon at Ashok Hall, Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.

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President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, accepts credentials from Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Wael Mohamed Awad Hamed at Ashok Hall, Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.

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President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, accepts credentials from Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Peggy Frantzen at Ashok Hall, Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.

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A grenade blast victim being treated at a hospital, in Srinagar, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021. Six civilians, including a woman, were injured in a grenade attack by militants in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir.

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