Recovery

  • Huge task of giving relief, rehab when disaster strikes: Kiren Rijiju September 11, 2014

    Washington: India on Thurday said that it is facing largescale disasters due to its geographical and social conditions and the challenge before the government is not only to provide quick relief but also to undertake longterm rehabilitation and reconstruction. Addressing the opening Plenary of the 2nd World Reconstruction Conference, Minister...
  • Ozone layer on track to recovery: UN September 11, 2014

    Geneva: The Earth's protective ozone layer is well on track to recovery in the next few decades, thanks to concerted international action against ozone depleting substances, said a UN report on Wednesday. The conclusion was made in the assessment published Wednesday by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World...
  • Fighting flares in Ukraine as MH17 crash investigators arrive July 21, 2014

    Donestsk, Ukraine: Fighting flared in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk on Monday as investigators began to inspect the bodies of victims of the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 last week. The fighting in Donetsk served as a reminder of the dangers the experts face working in a war zone....
  • Sebi orders demat, bank account freeze in Mega Corporation case July 15, 2014

    Mumbai: Market watchdog Sebi has ordered attachment of bank and demat accounts of five individuals to recover dues worth over Rs 1.66 crore in Mega Corporation case. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has to recover Rs 40.95 lakh from Vivekanand Patankar, Rs 40.71 lakh from Deepak Narvekar, Rs...
  • Cinnamon may halt progression of Parkinson's disease July 10, 2014

    Washington: Cinnamon, a common food spice and flavouring material, may help halt disease progression in Parkinson's patients, a new study suggests. Scientists at Rush University Medical Center in the US have found that using cinnamon can reverse the biomechanical, cellular and anatomical changes that occur in the brains of mice with...
  • Congress Women's Wing holds special prayers for Harish Rawat's recovery July 8, 2014

    Women's wing of the ruling Congress in Uttarakhand today held a 'Mahamrityunjaya Yagya' in Dehradun to pray for the speedy recovery of Chief Minister Harish Rawat. He is being treated for a neck injury at AIIMS, New Delhi for over a fortnight. Led by Pradesh Mahila Congress president Sarojini Kaintyura and...
  • Japan industrial output rises, signals economic recovery June 30, 2014

    Tokyo: Japan's factory output rose in May after companies cut production in April to offset the impact of a national sales tax hike, underscoring views the economy will absorb the increase largely unscathed. The 0.5 per cent monthonmonth rise compared with the median estimate of a 0.9 per cent increase in...
  • No criminal history found of six accused in arms recovery case March 8, 2014

    No criminal history has been found of the six accused who were arrested after 11 pistols were seized from them on their return from Pakistan by Samjhauta Express, police said on Saturday. The accused identified as Anis (45), his wife Shehnaz (40), Mulla Nasir (55), Rahis (40), his wife Rabia (88)...
  • How Lady Gaga realised she has several fake friends January 7, 2014

    London: Pop star Lady Gaga says her hip injury last year, made her realise that she had many fake friends, who used her for personal gain. The 27yearold singer was forced to cancel most of her North American dates for the 'Born This Way Ball' tour in order to undergo surgery...
  • Loan recovery case: HC provides temporary relief to Rajpal Yadav December 10, 2013

    Bollywood actor Rajpal Yadav on Tuesday got temporary relief from the Delhi High Court which suspended his sentence following his appeal against its single judge's order sending him to 10 days in jail for misleading the court in a recovery suit filed against him and his wife by a businessman. 42yearold...
  • Bomb recovery: NIA, Jharkhand Police conduct raids November 5, 2013

    The NIA along with Jharkhand Police on Tuesday raided various places, including Ormanjhi block, outside the city, in connection with the recovery of nine live bombs from a lodge in Ranchi on Monday. City senior superintendent of police Saket Kumar Singh said raids were also conducted at Chakla village in the...
  • Pawan Hans Helicopters failed to collect dues worth Rs 171 crore: CAG August 11, 2013

    Stateowned Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited (PHHL) has not collected dues worth over Rs 171 crore as it lacks a proper system for expeditious recovery of debts, government auditor CAG has said. "There was no system for timely recovery of debts due to which there was huge outstanding of Rs 171.87...
  • Mandela's condition not to affect Obama's visit: Zuma June 25, 2013

    Johannesburg: South African President Jacob Zuma said on Monday that the condition of ailing Nelson Mandela will not have any influence on the visiting US President Barack Obama's upcoming visit this week, Xinhua reported. The 94yearold antiapartheid leader is spending his 17th day in a Pretoria hospital due to a recurring...
  • Indian bankers suit up for war on debt defaulters June 3, 2013

    Mumbai: Fed up with a profitable textile company's failure to repay its loan, UCO Bank has taken its grievance public, placing newspaper ads last month that brand the industrialist owner of S Kumar's Nationwide Ltd a defaulter. State Bank of India (SBI), Bank of India Ltd and Bank of Baroda...
  • US: Obama taking stock of Oklahoma tornado response May 27, 2013

    Washington: As tornado victims are laid to rest in Moore, Oklahoma, President Barack Obama is on Sunday visiting the area for a survey following last Monday's storm, which killed 24 people and damaged an estimated 12,000 homes. The White House said Obama wanted a firsthand look at recovery efforts from...
  • What about loan recovery from others? Mallya asks bank chiefs March 20, 2013

    Mumbai: What about loan recovery from those other than Kingfisher?, wondered its promoter Vijay Mallya while taking a dig at bank chiefs in his tweet for their "constant speak" to media on getting back dues from the grounded airline. "I seriously wonder what motivates the bank chairmen to constantly speak to...
  • Nelson Mandela discharged from hospital March 11, 2013

    Johannesburg: Former South African president Nelson Mandela was discharged from hospital on Sunday after undergoing a medical check-up, the presidency said. The 94-year-old was admitted into a hospital on Saturday, for the second time in three months, for a scheduled medical check-up, Xinhua reported. Mandela has returned to his Johannesburg home following...
  • No formal communication from banks yet: Kingfisher February 16, 2013

    New Delhi: With banks planning to monetise Kingfisher Airlines' securities to recover a debt of about Rs 7,000 crore, the grounded carrier today said it was continuing discussions with its lenders and had not received any formal communication from them on the matter. "We have received no formal communication from...
  • Malala Yousafzai to have cranial surgery January 4, 2013

    London: Pakistani teenage activist Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by the Taliban for advocating education for girls, will undergo cranial reconstructive surgery within weeks as part of her long-term recovery, doctors treating her at a United Kingdom hospital have said. Yousafzai, 15, was shot in Pakistan in...
  • Malala is stable, moving her limbs: Official October 18, 2012

    London: Doctors on Wednesday claimed that 14-year-old Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai is moving her limbs more often. They also said that her condition is stable and she is responding well to her treatment. However, no details have been made public yet about the extent of her head injuries. Malala was...
  • Intel's outlook fails to inspire hopes for PC recovery October 17, 2012

    San Francisco: Intel Corp's weak outlook for fourth-quarter revenue and margins dispelled lingering hopes for a revival in PC demand towards the end of the year, pushing its shares 2 per cent lower. Intel, along with rival Advanced Micro Devices, had previously warned of weak demand for PCs, hit by a...
  • Pak announces top civilian bravery award for Malala October 17, 2012

    Malala Yousufzai, the teenager who was shot for taking on the Taliban, is set to receive Pakistan's highest civilian bravery award. Meanwhile, the 14-year old continues to undergo treatment in a UK hospital. Malala has not undergone any surgery since leaving Pakistan on Monday. Doctors remain optimistic about her recovery. Meanwhile,...
  • Malala has a 'good chance of recovery': UK doctors October 16, 2012

    London: Pakistani teenage rights activist Malala Yousufzai, in a serious condition after being shot in the head by the Taliban, has a "good chance of recovery", British doctors said on Tuesday. Fourteen-year-old Malala was secretly transferred to Britain from Pakistan in an air ambulance on Monday for specialist treatment, including...
  • Bangalore: Father of rape victim recovering September 4, 2012

    Bangalore: Sharief (name changed), father of a 13-year-old rape victim, who was stabbed by four men at Ramachandrapuram in Srirampura police station limits on Sunday, is recovering. Dr Gurushankar, medical superintendent of Victoria Hospital, told Express, “Sharief has suffered head injuries and stab wounds at two places on his back....
  • Mumbai: Miraculous recovery of baby with thin diaphragm August 16, 2012

    Mumbai: It started out as a cold, but when it stubbornly held on to the three-month-old infant for over a week, his parents rushed him to KEM hospital, where he was diagnosed with a rare condition — eventration of left hemidiaphragm — that had displaced some of his organs and...
  • No debt recovery process against us: KFA July 5, 2012

    New Delhi: The Kingfisher Airline on Thursday issued a statement seeking to refute reports that banks led by the SBI had initiated debt recovery proceedings against it. The statement issued by the cash-strapped airline said, "Following misleading and factually incorrect reports appearing in a section of the press, Kingfisher Airlines...
  • KFA crisis: Banks to sell Mallya's villa, assets July 5, 2012

    New Delhi: In a major blow to the cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines, banks on Thursday reportedly decided to launch their debt recovery process against the ailing company. Sources said that the bankers had decided to sell off Kingfisher's non-core assets that include Kingfisher House in Mumbai and a villa belonging to...
  • Pranab to inaugurate a conference on debt recovery June 6, 2012

    New Delhi: Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee will on Wednesday inaugurate the Conference of the Chairpersons of Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunals (DRATS) and Presiding Officers of Debts Recovery Tribunals (DRTS). During the day-long Conference, the Chairpersons of DRATs and Presiding Officers of DRTs will recommend measures required to remove the bottlenecks...
  • Stop asking me about my illness, urges Yuvraj May 1, 2012

    Chandigarh: Tired of replying to the queries regarding his illness, Yuvraj Singh, recovering from a rare germ cell cancer between his lungs, said it made him feel ill again when people kept asking him about his health. "Don't ask me about my illness. You make me feel as if I am...
  • Don't look back, live strong buddy: Armstrong's message to Yuvraj April 6, 2012

    New Delhi: Recuperating after undergoing three cycles of chemotherapy for a malignant tumour between his lungs, Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh received an inspiring video message from his "real life hero" Lance Armstrong - the cycling legend whose own successful battle with cancer is well-documented. "Very special and inspiring message from my...