Director of Department of Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases at Fortis Hospital and the director of the National Diabetes Obesity and Cholesterol Foundation, Dr Anoop Misra was one of the panelists at the session on Diabetes at the HT Summit on Friday. Dr Misra spoke to Nivedita Khandekar.
The underworld is considered a one-way street. But if fugitive don Chhota Rajan’s alleged right hand man D.K. Rao (37) is to be believed, he has “cut himself off” from the crime world. He spoke to Hindustan Times about the 10 years he spent inside jail and his future plans, reports Vignesh Iyer.
YS Mayya, chairman and managing director, Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Hyderabad talked to Hindustan Times about the ECIL’s latest forays. Excerpts:
It might be the case. Equitable distribution of water is a big problem in Delhi and it is a technical problem that needs to be resolved. There are two related issues: topography is one and booster pumps installed by residents is the other, Ramesh Negi, Delhi Jal Board CEO speaks to Neelam Pandey.
Desperately pushing for a cash injection from the Centre to bridge the Rs. 4,300 crore gap, Delhi Finance Minister AK Walia tells Shivani Singh that the only alternative is to exhaust the funds meant for the entire city on the Games projects.
To Gurgaon, we supply about 1.05 crore units a day in an average which is the highest when compared with other districts of Haryana. The actual demand is 1.35 crore units. We fall short of about 30 lakh units per day, Anurag Agarwal, Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam MD, speaks to Sanjeev K Ahuja.
Who is to blame for the mess in Gurgaon? Mainly the previous governments, says Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Other culprits include the rain, Central agencies and lack of funding, he tells Gurgaon correspondent Sanjeev Ahuja.
Getting the nod of NSG is tougher than the trust vote we faced as consensus of 45 countries is needed, says EAM Pranab Mukherjee in an interview to Amit Baruah.
Talking to Saurabh Azad, Minister of State for NRI Affairs says the registration process for dual citizenship to people of Indian origin will begin within a month.
In an exclusive interview to Vir Sanghvi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi talks about variety of issues. Excerpts from the interview:
Talking to Don Monteiro, Bacher discusses about his autobiography that covers everything from his cricketing days to match fixing.
Navin Chawla, a seasoned bureaucrat and I&B secretary, is also known as Mother Teresa's biographer. He talks about his new assignment.
In an exclusive interview to Saurabh Shukla, Sinha says Pakistan needs to be disciplined if the global war against terrorism has to be won.
In an exclusive interview to Vir Sanghvi, Aiyar said only Ram Naik can think of the Quit India movement without according central place to Gandhiji.
The new Kerala CM asserted that he would cooperate with the Opposition in all aspects, but would not tolerate any disruption of law and order.