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  • Law commission begins review of the death penalty: Is it time to abolish it now? August 25, 2014

    The Law Commission has begun a review of the death penalty. The Commission has issued a public consultation paper on capital punishment with a detailed questionnaire open to the public to send in their views. ...
  • Watch: Rajdeep Sardesai wins Best News Presenter at NT Awards March 26, 2013

    While CNNIBN bagged 12 awards at the News Television Awards 2013 on Monday evening, IBNLive.com was awarded the Best News Channel website award. IBN18 EditorinChief Rajdeep Sardesai won the Best News Presenter award for the year and CNNIBN's Anubha Bhosle won the Best TV News Reporter award. ...
  • CNNIBN experience on your iPhone gets better with new IBNLive app June 2, 2012

    Get your daily dose of news and a lot more instantly on your iPhone with the new and improved IBNLive application. ...
  • CJ Web Chat: Pradeep Bhatia on RTI December 3, 2011

    This week on Net Connect, CJ Pradeep Bhatia chats about his experiences as a CJ and the power of RTI ...
  • Now, get your dose of news on your iPad November 3, 2011

    Karma Paljor shows how you can now get your daily dose of breaking news from IBNLive on your iPad. ...
  • IBNLiving: Expert answers questions on diabetes November 12, 2009

    World Diabetes Day is on Saturday. Dr Ambarish Mitthal answers questions frequently asked about diabetes. ...
  • Watch: How to prepare for a marathon run October 30, 2009

    Does running a marathon pushes the body further than it is meant to go? Orthopaedic surgeons say it doesn't go against our system, but even though humans are born runners, stamina needs to be built up first to take part in a marathon. ...
  • World Stroke Day: Inspirational stories of survivors September 24, 2010

    It's World Stroke Day a condition that kills an estimated 2,000 Indians every day. Several lakhs of Indians are stroke survivors, believed to be surviving on preventive medication and physiotherapy. ...
  • IBNLiving: AIDS survirors demand change in HIV/AIDS bill October 27, 2009

    After 3 years of drafting and redrafting, the third version of the HIV/AIDS Bill is still lying with the Law Ministry. The Bill is still a source of controversy between the Health and the Law Ministries and it's not likely to bring much relief for AIDS survivors. They say that...
  • IBNLiving: How safe are the H1N1 vaccines? October 2, 2009

    With the world gearing up for the second wave of H1N1 virus, mass vaccination drives have already begun in some countries. But how safe are these vaccines that have been produced in a rush to meet the second wave deadline? ...
  • IBNLiving: Fear of second wave of H1N1 grips Mexico September 30, 2009

    The the second wave of the H1N1 flu has made people in Mexico anxious. The concern on the streets is evident, though many say they feel prepared. ...
  • IBNLiving: Govt to ease organswapping criteria September 14, 2009

    Organ swapping saves thousands of lives every year. While its not illegal in India, transplant patients face endless bottlenecks The long process of getting permission costs them crucial time. But the government is now taking some steps to legalise organ swapping. ...
  • Living It Up: He faced death and survived to tell the tale June 20, 2009

    New Delhi: When life becomes more about daytoday survival than an act of living, then it's time you reevaluate your options. Meet Anand Shinoy, the man who faced death several times and survived to tell the tale. And Megha Mamgain on losing weight. ...
  • No health care plans in political parties' agenda April 27, 2009

    Now with elections underway, the question we are asking here at IBNLiving is where does health care feature on the agendas of the various political parties? If the examples of the last two governments are taken into account, health care in India remains the last priority. We take a...
  • IBNLiving: Are you ready for spoken web? Rural India is April 22, 2009

    This election season, the Samajwadi Party might want to kick computers out of India, but it's Indian scientists who are finding ways to take the web to every village. IBM India Research Lab Dr Amit A Nanavati,says What they want to know is what movie is playing in the local theater....
  • One in 5,000 men born with hemophilia April 17, 2009

    New Delhi: One in 5,000 men in the world are born with hemophilia, a genetic blood disorder that can prove fatal. On Friday, on World Hemophilia Day, CNNIBN gets you the story of one person coping with this condition. ...
  • By 2010, India to have 10 crore heart patients April 14, 2009

    New Delhi: By the year 2010, India will be home to 10 crore heart patients and yet six out of 10 patients reach hospitals well after the golden hour. That's the time when chances of saving the patient are the highest. ...
  • Doc Talk: Why you can be vulnerable to TB April 13, 2009

    60 per cent of TB patients in India are between the age of 18 and 35. In this week's Doc Talk, Dr Nevin Kishore tells you why the disease is hitting Indians across various socioeconomic spectrums. ...
  • IBNLiving: Want to save money? avail help online March 27, 2009

    As the economy slows down, we are all looking at ways to manage our money. ...
  • IBNLiving Healthwrap: Inside a musician's brain March 19, 2009

    New Delhi: Ever wonder how musicians can just sit down and jam together? Researchers say it might be in their brain waves. A new study in the journal BMC Neuroscience looked at brain wave readouts of eight pairs of guitarists performing together. Each pair played short sets of jazz together...
  • Tech savvy women eye Apple, LGs March 19, 2009

    New Delhi: A woman's wish list is now moving beyond Dior's and Gucci's. Today's tech savvy women are eyeing Apple and LGs. Tech companies know it, that's why they make this. HP got a fashion designer to spruce up this laptop. Sony went further the Vaio P's a...
  • Women embrace technology to forward own cause March 10, 2009

    Women have begun using technology to forward their cause such as generating a support system for some of them who need help. They blog, they network and round up like minded women on the Internet, trying to whip up solutions and rally for those in need. Whether it be a...
  • IBN Politics: India's onestop political news site March 5, 2009

    Lok Sabha elections are the biggest political celebration. To capture the colour and chaos of the most cacophonic regimechange in the biggest democracy of the world, CNNIBN has launched IBNpolitics.com, a first of its kind website which will be a onestop site for all your election needs. ...
  • Doc Talk: How to cope with irritable bowel syndrome February 16, 2009

    New Delhi: One in six people suffer from irritable bowel syndrome and it affects twice as many women as men. In today's doc talk Dr Rommel Tickoo will tell us how to cope with this disorder. ...
  • IBNliving: Social stigma hinders leprosy eradication February 6, 2009

    Leprosy an ageold disease which has been deforming mankind since biblical times by 2006, WHO aimed for complete eradication of the disease but even now globally 5 lakh new cases are diagnosed every year. ...
  • IBNLiving: Exrcises to stretch your spine, tone up January 14, 2009

    Have you been neglecting your fitness regime and want to get back into shape. Try these exercises that will not just stretch your spine but also tone your upper body. ...
  • IBNLiving: Exploring dangers of thirdhand smoke January 12, 2009

    If you thought cutting out passive smoking means you're safeguarding your health, that is not quite true in this week's doc talk, Dr Amit Varma explores the dangers of thirdhand smoke. ...
  • IBNLiving: Pilates can improve back mobility January 7, 2009

    New Delhi: CNNIBN's fitness expert, Vesna Jacob has some Pilates exercises that will help improve your back mobility and hamstring flexibility. ...
  • Hackers get to Twitter, celeb accounts shut down January 7, 2009

    New Delhi: Barack Obama, Britney Spears and 30 other celebrities are the latest victims of a hacker attack on Twitter. c, or messages that sent them to phishing websites designed to steal their bank account numbers and other personal details. Twitter has temporarily shut down their accounts and is...
  • Doc Talk: How to make sure your child gets enough rest January 5, 2009

    New Delhi: Sleep disorders are normally related to adults leading stressful lives, but a disturbing trend of sleep problems in children is on the rise. A recent study published in the Indian Journal of Sleep Medicine found that 47 per cent school children in Delhi suffer from one or the...