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China Accuses US of Illegal Entry into Disputed South China Sea Waters

China's military accused a US combat ship of illegally entering waters near the disputed Second Thomas Shoal in the South China Sea. The spokesperson...

India Announces Squad for Multi-Format Series Against South Africa

After the conclusion of the five-match T20I series against newly crowned ICC World Cup winners Australia, Team India is gearing up for their first...

Exit Poll Results Live Updates: BJP Edge in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Advantage Congress in Chhattisgarh, Telangana

Exit Poll Results 2023: The Congress party is seeking to retain power in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, while displacing BJP in Madhya Pradesh and the...

Microsoft Joins OpenAI’s Board, Strengthening Partnership in AI Development

In a significant move, Microsoft has further solidified its collaboration with OpenAI by joining the board of the artificial intelligence research lab. Microsoft, a...

World Health Organization Urges Global Leaders to Prioritize Health in COP28 Climate Negotiations

The World Health Organization (WHO) has called for a central focus on the impact of climate change on health during the upcoming COP28 summit...

Indian Government to Release Comprehensive Plan to Combat Deepfakes and Misinformation

The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is set to unveil a robust strategy to tackle the rising threat of deepfakes and misinformation...

Breaking News: Australia Unveils $382 Million Cybersecurity Overhaul

In response to a surge in cyber threats, Australia has announced a groundbreaking $382 million cybersecurity strategy aimed at fortifying national defenses and safeguarding...

UN Report Warns of 3-Degree Celsius Temperature Rise by 2100 Despite Emission Reduction Efforts

A new report from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has issued a stark warning that the world is on track for a temperature...

Delhi Chief Secretary Faces Allegations of Favoritism in ₹850 Crore Scam and AI Software Tender

In a recent turn of events, Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar finds himself at the center of serious allegations, including claims of unfair benefits...

India International Trade Fair (IITF) Returns: Navigating Through Traffic and Expectations

The 42nd edition of the India International Trade Fair (IITF) is set to kick off at the revamped Pragati Maidan complex in Delhi, bringing...

Cosmic Ballet: NASA’s Webb and Hubble Telescopes Capture Mesmerizing Galaxy Collision

In a celestial dance 4.3 billion light-years away, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope and Hubble Space Telescope have joined forces to unveil a breathtaking...

Moody’s Issues ‘Negative’ Outlook on US Debt Amid Rising Interest Rates and Political Turmoil

In a significant development, Moody's Investors Service has lowered its outlook on the US government's debt from "stable" to "negative." Citing concerns over the...

Israel Revises Down Gaza Death Toll Amid Escalating Tensions: A Complex Humanitarian Crisis Unfolds

In a significant turn of events, Israel has officially revised down the death toll from the October 7 Hamas attack, raising questions and concerns...

China’s Ambassador Sees Positive Signs in Sino-US Relations, Anticipates Challenges Ahead

In a video speech at the Forum on U.S.-China Relations in Hong Kong, China's ambassador to the United States, Xie Feng, expressed optimism about...

Delhi Announces Odd-Even Vehicle policy Rationing System to Tackle Pollution Crisis

Delhi's environment minister Gopal Rai on Monday announced that the Odd-Even vehicle Policy rationing system would be reintroduced for a one-week period from November...

Delhi Declares Air Emergency as Air Quality Nosedives to ‘Severe’ Ahead of Diwali

The National Capital, Delhi, declared an air emergency as its Air Quality Index (AQI) plummeted into the 'severe' category just days before the festival...

Government Approves 110 of 111 IT Hardware Import Applications Worth Nearly $10 Billion

The Indian government has cleared 110 of the total 111 applications for imports of IT hardware products, including laptops and computers, worth nearly $10...

Israel-Hamas Conflict: Escalation, Implications, and Global Concerns

The Israel-Hamas conflict, one of the most protracted and complex conflicts in the world, has recently witnessed a significant escalation, raising concerns both regionally...

New Research Suggests Inevitable Rapid Melting of West Antarctica’s Ice Shelves

Recent research has revealed alarming findings that the rapid melting of West Antarctica's ice shelves, a major contributor to global sea level rise, might...

India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar Discusses Global Challenges on terrorism and Impacts of Russia-Ukraine war

In a recent address at an event, India's External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar, shed light on the complex global challenges facing the world. Among...

India’s Unemployment Rate Drops to Six-Year Low of 3.2%: Government Data

India's unemployment rate for individuals aged 15 and above reached a six-year low of 3.2% during July 2022 to June 2023, according to the...

NLC India Wins 810 MW Solar Project in Rajasthan: A Solar Milestone

NLC India Limited, a prominent player in the energy sector and a Navratna Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSE) under the Ministry of Coal, has...

Political Tensions Emerge Over Central Funds for Flood-Hit Sikkim

The release of Central funds amounting to Rs. 44.8 crore as an advance for flood-affected Sikkim has sparked a political controversy in West Bengal....

The History of the Gaza-Israel Conflict: How Two Neighbors Became Enemies and current situation

The Gaza-Israel conflict is a long-standing and deeply rooted dispute between the State of Israel and the Palestinian territory of Gaza. This enduring conflict...

Intense Overnight Rainfall Triggers Flash Floods in New York: Subways and Airports Disrupted

In a dramatic turn of events, intense overnight rainfall inundated parts of the northeastern United States, causing significant flooding in New York City on...

Speculations Surrounding Potential Earthquake in Pakistan After Atmospheric Fluctuations

Netherlands-based research institute, Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS), has recently posted on social media about observed atmospheric fluctuations in parts of and near Pakistan....

Record-Breaking Rainfall Paralyzes New York City: Flash Floods Disrupt Life in the Metropolitan Area

In a shocking turn of events, New York City found itself grappling with one of the wettest days in decades as torrential rain pounded...

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Announces Winter Action Plan to Combat Pollution

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has revealed a comprehensive winter action plan aimed at curbing pollution in the national capital. During a press conference,...

Tata Steel Collaborates with Indian Oil Corporation to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Tata Steel has taken another step toward environmental sustainability by signing an agreement with the Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) and its business associate....

India’s Current Account Deficit Widens in Q1 2023/24

India's current account deficit (CAD) has widened in the first quarter of the fiscal year 2023/24, primarily due to a higher trade deficit, lower...

Canadian Police Deny Delay in Hardeep Singh Nijjar Murder Probe

Canadian law enforcement authorities have denied allegations of a delayed response to the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar and disputes over the investigation's jurisdiction....

Arctic Sea Ice Reaches 6th Lowest Extent, Antarctic Hits Record Low Growth

Arctic sea ice has reached its annual minimum extent for 2023, marking the sixth-lowest year in the satellite record, as reported by scientists from...

Micron Technology Breaks Ground on $2.75 Billion Semiconductor Plant in India

Micron Technology, Inc., a US-based chipmaker, marked a significant milestone by breaking ground on its $2.75 billion assembly, testing, and packaging plant (ATMP) in...

Punjab Gangster Sukha Duneke Reportedly Killed in Canada: Echoes of Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s Murder in Inter-Gang Warfare

Intelligence reports from Canada have suggested that Sukhdool Singh, also known as Sukha Duneke, a member of the Davinder Bambiha gang from Moga district,...

Sensex and Nifty50 Set to Open Lower Amid Global Economic Uncertainty

The Indian stock market indices, Sensex and Nifty50, are bracing for a lower opening on Thursday, reflecting the prevailing weakness in global markets. This...

Debate Ignites as India’s New Parliament Debates Women’s Reservation Bill

In an electrifying session, both Houses of India's new Parliament convened for the first time to discuss the Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam, or the...

The Role of Propaganda Films in India’s Second Five-Year Plan

India's Second Five-Year Plan aimed to consolidate a "mixed economy" with both private and public sectors while moving towards a "socialistic pattern of society."...

All-Party Meet Signals Push for Women’s Reservation Bill in Upcoming Parliament Session

In a significant development, various political parties united in their call for the passage of the long-pending women's reservation bill during the forthcoming five-day...

Donald Trump Slams Biden’s Competency, Not Age, for 2024 Election Joe Bid

Former U.S. President Donald Trump has commented on President Joe Biden's 2024 election bid, emphasizing that Biden's age is not the primary issue. Instead,...

White House Meeting Signals Strengthened U.S.-Ukraine Alliance:Joe Biden to Host Zelenskyy for Third Time

In a significant diplomatic move, U.S. President Joe Biden is set to welcome Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to the White House for their third...

Fashion Giant Zara to Weave Its Magic in West Bengal: Christmas 2023 Marked for a Stylish Debut

In a fashion-forward move set to elevate West Bengal's industrial landscape, Tempe Grupo Inditex, famously known for its iconic Zara brand, is poised to...

Tragedy of Catastrophic Floods Devastate Libya’s Derna, Unearthing Grim Toll more than 10,000

A heart-wrenching catastrophe has struck Libya's eastern city of Derna, as the aftermath of Storm Daniel's wrath unveils a staggering toll. Emergency responders have...

N Chandrababu Naidu’s Arrest: A Political Turbulence Unfolds in Andhra Pradesh

In a dramatic turn of events, N Chandrababu Naidu, the President of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh,...

G20 Negotiators Seek Common Ground Amidst Global Divisions on Key Issues

Negotiators from G20 nations are intensively working to bridge gaps on a wide range of critical issues, from India's flagship initiatives like Digital Public...

RBI Governor Highlights CBDC’s Transformative Role in Cross-Border Payments

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das has underscored the potential of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) in revolutionizing cross-border payments, emphasizing its...

Actress Palak Tiwari become The First Indian Brand Ambassador for US Polo Assn Womenswear

Palak Tiwari, a rising star whose journey began with her debut in Salman Khan's "Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan" earlier this year, continues...

DRI’s Relentless Drive: Kenyan National Apprehended with Rs. 17 Crore Cocaine Stash at IGI Airport

In a resolute stride against the perilous tide of narcotics cocaine trafficking, the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) has once again demonstrated its unwavering...

Devastating Landslides and Rains Ravage Himachal Pradesh: Over 200 Roads Blocked and Counting

The landscapes of Himachal Pradesh have been plunged into chaos as heavy overnight rains triggered a series of landslides, wreaking havoc across the state....

Farewell to History: The Closure of The India Club in London – A Heartfelt Goodbye to a Cultural Icon

In a poignant turn of events, The India Club in London, an emblem of India's struggle for independence and a cherished haven for generations,...

Jailer: Rajinikanth’s Unstoppable Action Flick Surges with ₹18.7 Crore Boost in Sunday’s Box Office Haul

In a dazzling display of its cinematic prowess, Rajinikanth's action-packed Tamil blockbuster, "Jailer," continues to captivate audiences worldwide, amassing an impressive ₹18.7 crore nett...

Supreme Court Asserts: Bihar’s Caste Survey Findings Unveiled Unless Constitutional Rights Violated

The Supreme Court has declared that it will not prevent the Bihar government from disclosing the results of the comprehensive caste survey, unless there...

Made In Heaven 2 makers Zoya Akhtar, Reema Kagti deny unauthorized use of author Yashica Dutt’s work

Made In Heaven 2 makers Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti took to social media to deny all the claims made by author Yashica Dutt....

Disaster focus: 71 died in Uttarakhand landslide with financial loss of ₹75,000 crore and 10 died in Himachal

Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu said, through landslides in Himachal Pradesh there are 71 people died in the last three days and the state...

Poland’s Armed Forces Day parade commemorated the 103rd anniversary of the victory over the Soviet Union in the Battle of Warsaw

NATO member Poland staged its biggest military parade since the Cold War in an event marking victory over Soviet forces in 1920 and showcasing...

India with Manipur, peace returns in state: PM Narendra Modi addressing on Independence Day

Independence Day 2023: Addressing the cycle of violence and incidents of atrocities against women in Manipur, PM Modi said India is with the people...

Mansukh Mandaviya moves the Pharmacy (Amendment) Bill, 2023 in the Rajya Sabha

The bill, which was approved by a voice vote in the House of Commons, seeks to remove issues regarding the status of persons registered...

Amazonian nations key summit to stop the world’s largest rainforest from reaching a “point of no return”

Amazonian nations Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela have signed a declaration to protect the Amazon. Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula...

Sharmila Tagore: The Iconic Jewel of Indian Cinema

Indian cinema has been blessed with numerous luminous stars who have not only graced the silver screen but have also left an indelible mark...

French cybersecurity company Thales buy US cybersecurity firm Imperva for $3.6 billion

French defense electronics and cybersecurity company Thales said Tuesday it has agreed to buy U.S. cybersecurity firm Imperva for $3.6 billion on an enterprise...

Himalayan Community Environmentalists Raise Concerns Over Controversial Forest Protection Bill 2023 Amendment

The Lok Sabha prepares for a crucial vote on the Forest Protection bill 2023 during the ongoing monsoon session, environmentalists, activists and other stakeholders...

Jaipur Earthquake: According to NCS, the earthquake occurred at a depth of 10 kilometers

Three Jaipur earthquakes were felt in the space of half an hour on Friday morning. The latest 3.4-magnitude earthquake struck around 4:25 a.m., the...

China develop AI-based weather model for getting accurate global weather forecasts

Chinese scientists developed an artificial intelligence (AI)-based model with 3D neural networks for accurate and global weather forecasting, according to a recent research paper...

Katrina Kaif flies out of Mumbai with Vicky Kaushal a day before her birthday

Katrina Kaif donned a floral top, flared jeans and white sneakers for a day of travel. Vicky Kaushal chose a white T-shirt, black jacket,...

Delhi sewage treatment plants were flooded & drinking water supplies drop by a quarter

Drinking water supplies in the Indian capital will drop by a quarter on Thursday and Friday as three sewage treatment plants were flooded, the...

Buyout house TPG is buying Forcepoint for $2.45 billion from Francisco Partners

Buyout house TPG is buying a business unit of software provider Forcepoint for $2.45 billion from Francisco Partners, the Wall Street Journal reported on...

Bharat to India: The Journey of Great Land and Personalities

India, known as Bharat in its ancient roots, is a land that has witnessed a remarkable journey of transformation. From its ancient civilization and...

Need to fight forces creating communal divide: Sharad Pawar in Karad

A day after Ajit Pawar led a vertical split in the party to become deputy CM in the Eknath Shinde-led government, NCP chief Sharad...

India’s first 700 MW nuclear reactor developed in India at the Kakrapar Atomic Power Project (KAPP) in Gujarat

India's first 700 MW nuclear reactor developed in India at the Kakrapar Atomic Power Project (KAPP) in Gujarat began commercial operation on Friday, a...

India’s monsoon rains were expected to blanket the country by the weekend

 India's monsoon rains were expected to blanket the country by the weekend, weather officials said, allowing farmers in northern states to start planting summer...

New low-cost technology significantly reduces textile wastewater pollution

A textile and garment industry located in Hanumakonda district of Telangana has been able to treat its textile effluents at a very reasonable cost....

BJP targeted Rahul Gandhi for his alleged mysterious foreign trips

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday targeted Rahul Gandhi for his alleged mysterious foreign trips after reports suggested that the former Congress chief...

Congress demanded a white paper on the situation on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) border with China

The Congress on Monday demanded a white paper on the situation on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) border with China and a comprehensive...

Study shows that the leading global cause of liver disease increasing

The percentage of adults with metabolic-associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD), the leading global cause of liver disease, is increasing, according to a study presented...

Russia’s Putin refutes key elements of African peace plan for Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday gave African leaders trying to mediate the war in Ukraine a list of reasons he believed many of...

Pakistan increased defense spending by 15.5%, poor masses in the form of rampant inflation hike

Cash-strapped Pakistan on Friday increased defense spending by 15.5 percent, allocating more than Rs1.8 trillion, as the government unveiled a budget of R14.4 trillion...

PM Narendra Modi’s first state visit to the US and his address to a joint session of Congress

Indian-Americans are ecstatic about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first state visit to the US and his address to a joint session of Congress later...

Vitamin D deficiency more common in children with tuberculosis

According to a study conducted among hospitalized patients in Telangana, vitamin D deficiency is more common in children with tuberculosis (TB) than those not...

Odisha train accident LIVE: Death toll crosses 230, over 900 injured as three trains collide

More than 200 people were killed and over 900 injured in the horrific train derailment that occurred at Odisha Balasore at around 7 pm...

Chopping boards are useful kitchen utensils that can be found in most homes and restaurants

Chopping boards are useful kitchen utensils that can be found in most homes and restaurants. But a small study published in the American Chemical...

Seventh cheetah released into the wild in Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park (KNP).

One more cheetah has been successfully released into the wild in Madhya Pradesh's Kuno National Park (KNP), nearly eight months after it was brought...

Shanghai records hottest May day in 100 years, temperature rises to 36.1°C

Shanghai recorded its hottest May day in 100 years on Monday, the city's meteorological service said, surpassing the previous high by a full degree. Scientists...

Jefferies Chris Wood says India’s “mini-demonetisation” has no monetary policy implications

India's "mini-demonetisation" through the withdrawal of Rs 2,000 notes has no monetary policy implications but may be politically motivated, said Jefferies Chris Wood. Wood said...

How does “enhanced rock weathering” help remove CO2?

The natural process of rock weathering, while effective at breaking down carbon and storing it in rocks over thousands of years, may not provide...

4 gunmen of Lawrence Bishnoi gang held; 6 pistols were found

The Anti-Gangster Task Force (AGTF) ​​of the Punjab Police on Monday arrested four key gunmen of the Lawrence Bishnoi Gang, police said on Monday. Director...

Reshuffle of Kiren Rijija from the Law Ministry and replacing him with Arjun Ram Meghwal

The Narendra Modi government has carried out a mini-cabinet reshuffle, moving Kiren Rijija from the Law Ministry and replacing him with Arjun Ram Meghwal....

Cyclone Mocha strongest hit in Myanmar’s west coast from Bay of Bengal, 400,000 people were evacuated

One of the strongest storms to hit Myanmar in recent years has severely disrupted communications in impoverished Rakhine state, a major ethnic armed group...

Pakistan’s Supreme Court declared illegal & void to arrest former PM Imran khan

In a major relief for the embattled Imran Khan, Pakistan's Supreme Court on Thursday declared the former prime minister's dramatic arrest "illegal" and "void"...

Karnataka sees 72% voter turnout in assembly elections, exit polls predict tight fight between BJP and Congress

A voter turnout of nearly 72 percent was recorded in the Karnataka assembly elections on Wednesday, where the ruling BJP, the embattled Congress and...

Supreme Court on bane controversial film ‘The Kerala Story’ against the West Bengal government

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a plea on May 12 by the producers of the controversial multilingual film 'The Kerala Story'...

Elon Musk’s “Twitter 2.0 Everything App” features encrypted direct messaging (DM) or many more

CEO of Twitter Inc. Elon Musk on Tuesday revealed details of new features on his platform, including the addition of incoming calls and encrypted...

60 killed, 231 injured and 1,700 houses & religious places burnt in manipur violence

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh said on Monday that 60 people have been killed, 231 injured and 1,700 houses, including religious places, burnt...

Cyclone Mocha may intensify into a severe storm by May 12 in southeast Bay of Bengal

Cyclone Mocha, forming over the Bay of Bengal, may intensify into a very strong storm by Friday, with wind speeds of up to 130...

2 soldiers killed and 4 wounded in Rajouri encounter; the internet broke suspended

Two Army soldiers were killed and four others, including an officer, were injured after terrorists detonated an explosive device during an encounter with security...

Researchers finding out how people constantly rely on each other for help

According to a study that looked at behavior in both urban and rural areas of many countries, people are more likely to accept these...

Indian students ratio increase in US in 2022 & still increasing while China sent fewer

In 2022, India sent more students to the United States compared to the previous year, while China sent fewer, according to a new report....

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan slammed the makers of ‘The Kerala Story’ & said its propaganda raising the issue of ‘love jihad’

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Sunday slammed the makers of 'The Kerala Story', saying they were taking on the Sangh Parivar's propaganda of projecting...

The heat index released by India Meteorological Department & educate people to fight heatwave

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday began issuing an experimental heat index for different parts of the country that takes into account air...

Delhi registered 1,040 new cases of COVID-19 with a positivity rate of 21.16 percent

Delhi on Wednesday reported seven deaths, the highest so far this year, and registered 1,040 new cases of COVID-19 with a positivity rate of...

Shockingly Twitter remove more than 6.5 million pieces of content & blog post

Twitter says it required users to remove more than 6.5 million pieces of content in the first half of 2022 before billionaire Elon Musk...

Arjun Tendulkar made his IPL debut at Wankhede Stadium against KKR with three wickets

Arjun Tendulkar made his IPL debut on April 16 at the Wankhede Stadium against KKR. In the four appearances he has made for Mumbai...

North Dakota encountered legal problems & now took strict action against abortion law

North Dakota passed one of the nation's strictest anti abortion law on Monday when Republican Government Doug Burgum signed a law banning the procedure...

Former PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has warned military presence in politics and over economic crisis

Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has warned of military presence if the political and economic crisis continues in the country. Citing...

India and Guyana forming partnership for a growth purpose

India and Guyana are forging a partnership that is fit for purpose of the times, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said while addressing the...

Five soldiers killed when terrorists ambush army vehicle in Poonch

Five army personnel were killed after terrorists ambushed their vehicle in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch area, taking advantage of heavy rains and low visibility,...

India active coronavirus cases rise up to 61,233

India reported 7,633 new coronavirus infections while the number of active cases rose to 61,233, according to Union Health Ministry data updated on Tuesday....

Kenya launches first functional satellite into space under SpaceX ride-sharing program

Kenya launched its first operational Earth observation satellite on Saturday aboard a SpaceX rocket from the United States, a live broadcast from Elon Musk's...

More than 1100 years old Tamil inscription talks about democratic processes in India

 Claiming that India is the world's oldest democracy with numerous historical references to democratic principles, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said a more...

South Korea’s Supreme Court tells Google to make public sharing of user information

 South Korea's Supreme Court said Thursday that Alphabet Google should disclose whether the tech giant shared information about local users with third parties, sending...

Apple now manufactures nearly 7% of its iPhones in India

Apple Inc has significantly increased its iPhone production in India, which accounts for nearly 7% of its total iPhone output, from 1% in 2021,...

India infected with Covid: 7,830 new cases of Covid, active infections are 40,215

India on Wednesday witnessed a significant increase in daily Covid cases compared to the previous day with 7,830 new infections a total of 4,47,76,002....

Procession of golden 70 years old carriages and new emoticons for the coronation of King Charles

 King Charles and his wife Camilla will travel to and from their coronation next month in Britain's oldest and newest royal carriages in a...

Do you know that teenagers who trust social media information find it less stressful

 Teens' trust in the news they read on social media or the lack of it may be critical in determining whether it adds to...

Indian Union Minister says StartUps in India have grown 300 times in last 9 years

Union Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Representative) for Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions,...

Delhi air quality worsens to ‘poor’ category and records hottest day of season at 34.8°C

After weeks of relief, the summer heat seems to have finally settled in Delhi with the city's maximum temperature reaching 34.8 degrees Celsius on...

Alphonso Mango price is quite high and now available at EMI in Pune

 With Alphonso season knocking at the door, Pune residents can enjoy the taste of mangoes without burning a big hole in their pockets as...

Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra respond to Preity Zinta’s post on face harassment

 Priyanka Chopra, Hrithik Roshan, Arjun Rampal and Malaika Arora among many others reacted to Preity Zinta's recent post. Taking to Instagram on Saturday, Preity...

Amit Shah says Rahul Gandhi that “Democracy is not a risk but your family” at inauguration of the Kaushambi Mahotsav

Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday hit out at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over his recent remarks in the UK, saying it is not...

Antarctic sea recorded second warmest day in March

The country had its second warmest March on record, with Antarctic sea ice shrinking to its second-lowest extent, the EU's climate monitoring agency said...

IMF revel that India and China account for half of global growth in 2023

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgiva said India and China are expected to account for half of global growth in 2023. She...

Actress Raveena Tandon getting Padma Shri by President Draupadi Murma in front of her entire family

Raveena Tandon was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honour, by President Draupadi Murmu during a ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in...

India currently has a total renewable energy capacity of 168.96 GW

The government has decided to invite tenders for 50 GW of renewable energy capacity annually for the next five years, i.e. from financial year...

Britain GCHQ spy agency uses cyber capabilities to fight enemies online

 British government hackers have launched operations against militants, state-backed disinformation campaigns and attempts to interfere in elections, the GCHQ spy agency said on Tuesday...

Strange radio signals detected from Earth-like planet could be magnetic field necessary for life

On Earth, we often take our planet's magnetic field for granted. It protects living creatures from the sun's rays, draws compass needles to the...

Study finds out how kinesthetic sense helps restore movement after spinal cord injury

A jawless fish known as a lamprey has attracted the attention of scientists for nearly 50 years. Despite only partially regenerating the brain, a...

Physical exercise could offset the negative effects of unhealthy sleep on longevity

According to a new study, activity has been found to offset some of the negative effects of unhealthy sleep on longevity. Claimed to be...

Deep ocean currents near Antarctica on the brink of collapse

Scientists believe that the deep ocean circulation that forms around Antarctica is on the verge of collapse. Such a decline in this ocean circulation...

High GST collection reveals robustness of over ₹18 crore Indian economy

The government on Friday released the Goods and Services Tax (GST) collection data for the month of March, which have two important messages –...

Gujarat government told Supreme Court that Chicken considered an animal under law

 Chicken and other types of poultry fall under the category of "animals" under the Food Safety and Standards Act, the Gujarat government told the...

Hong Kong rejects US report criticizing crackdown on freedoms

 Hong Kong on Saturday "strongly rejected" findings in a new US government report that said US interests had been threatened and that Beijing continued...

China to scrutinize US chip maker Micron’s products for cybersecurity risks

China's cyberspace regulator will conduct a cybersecurity review of products sold in the country by US memory chip maker Micron Technology regulator said on...

Color which keep cars and building cool when exposed to sunlight

When temperatures rise, cool air from air conditioning can be a welcome relief, but "air conditioning" units use a lot of energy and emit...

Scientists have discover a new strategy for cancer treatment

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have developed a similar strategy for cancer treatment by linking cancer cells with powerful radiation therapy to bacteria...

Rahul Gandhi convicted in criminal defamation case, Amit Shah says he was not the only politician convicted by court

Union Home Minister Amit Shah says the CBI was "pressurizing" me to "frame Modi ji" (when he was Gujarat CM) in the alleged fake...

Bhrashtachari bhagao abhiyan: Kharge hits back at PM over his corruption taunt in opposition

Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Wednesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his corruption taunts against the opposition, accusing him of running...

Studies suggest how myeloid cells contribute to the long-term reservoir of HIV

According to the study, individuals who have been virally suppressed for years with antiretroviral drugs may harbor HIV in a subpopulation of white blood...

Saudi and Iranian foreign ministers to meet during Muslim holy month

 Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud and his Iranian counterpart Hossein Amirabdollahian have agreed to meet during the ongoing Muslim holy...

Scientists have explored how genes for eye color are critical to retinal health

Metabolic pathways consist of a series of biochemical reactions in cells that convert a starting component into other products. There is increasing evidence that...

Congress announces first list of 124 candidates for Karnataka assembly elections

The Congress party on Saturday announced its first list of 124 candidates for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections due in May. The party decided...

Artificial intelligence can predict the genetics of cancerous brain tumors

 Researchers have developed an AI-based diagnostic screening system called DeepGlioma that uses rapid imaging to analyze tumor samples taken during surgery and detect genetic...

‘Ghost Particles’: Scientists finally discover neutrinos in a particle accelerator

The ghost is finally actually in the machine: Scientists have created neutrinos in a particle collider for the first time. These abundant but mysterious...

Scientists have discovered the source of T cell exhaustion

CAR T-cell therapy, which is specifically designed to target cancer cells, has ushered in a new era in the treatment of human cancers, especially...

Gold indifferent as investors brace for U.S. Federal Reserve

Gold prices traded in a narrow range on Wednesday as some investors stayed away from the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates and...

WhatsApp brings dual panel view to Android tablets

 The latest beta version of the end-to-end encrypted messaging service WhatsApp for Android has been redesigned to include a dual-panel interface for tablets. According to...

G-7 postpones review of Russian oil price cap with European Commission

European Union member states were informed by the bloc's executive body at the weekend that there was little interest among the G-7 - responsible...

IMD: Orange alert in state capital due to rainy weather

The weather station at Safdarjung, representative of Delhi, recorded only 0.8 mm of rainfall between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm, according to the India...

Anger at Khalistan supporters who brought down the Tricolor on a mission in London

Shiv Sena (UBT) leader and Rajya Sabha member Priyanka Chaturvedi condemned the incident and said the UK government must take strictest action against the...

The United States has resumed drone flights over the Black Sea after Russia intercepted them

The United States has resumed surveillance drone flights over the Black Sea region after Tuesday's interception of a Russian fighter jet that led to...

Malawians search for relatives buried under mud as death toll rises

In Malawi, where floods swept away entire villages this month after a storm swept through its southern parts, police and soldiers searched Friday for...

How to minimize the impact of electric vehicles on the grid ?

According to some projections, the widespread use of electric vehicles may require the construction of expensive new energy facilities to meet nighttime peak hours....

At least 22 people have died in an alleged massacre at a Myanmar monastery

At least 22 people, including three Buddhist monks, were shot at close range in central Myanmar last week, according to a medical post-mortem report,...

Guarantees of Rs.3.61 crore issued under ECLGS to 1.19 crore borrowers

In May 2020, the Emergency Credit Lines (ECLGS) program was launched under the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan to support eligible micro, small and medium enterprises...

8.15 Crore rural households get water connections under Jal Jeevan Mission

To ensure that every rural household in the country can have drinking water through piped connections by 2024, the Government of India in collaboration...

What is Cybersecurity and its importance? What are the biggest challenges in cyber security?

Cybersecurity is the protection of Internet-connected systems such as hardware, software, and data from cyber threats. This practice is used by individuals and businesses...

Role and contribution of Chandra Shekhar azad in India freedom struggle

Early Life of Chandrashekhar Azad Chandra Shekhar Tiwari was born in the small town of Bhavra or Bhabra in the Jhabhua district of Madhya Pradesh...

Odisha’s 200 km coastline is slowly transforming and facing erosion by 2050

Amid increasing extreme weather events, a global study predicts that more than 200 km of Odisha's coastline will face erosion by 2050. A study...

Oscars 2023: Ram Charan, Jr NTR, SS Rajamouli pay tribute to India on red carpet

Director SS Rajamouli, actors Jr NTR and Ram Charan and singer MM Keeravani graced the Oscars 2023 red carpet before attending the awards ceremony...

See how sea temperatures control the distribution of European marine fish

The study, from southern Portugal to northern Norway, illustrates the importance of temperature in influencing where different fish species are found. Climate projections can now...

90 percent of the fire at the Brahmapuram waste plant has been extinguished, the Kerala government says

The Kerala government said on Saturday that 90 percent of the fire at the Brahmapuram waste treatment plant has been extinguished and efforts are...

Arctic river channels in Canada and Alaska are changing due to climate change

A group of international researchers monitoring the effects of climate change on huge rivers in arctic Canada and Alaska have found that despite rapid...

How antibodies across the blood-brain barrier treat Alzheimer’s disease

Sometimes the best things in life happen by chance when we happen to be in the right place at the right time. Now, Japanese...

India prohibits use of propylene glycol from supplier linked to Uzbekistan deaths

India directed drug manufacturers to stop using propylene glycol sourced from the Delhi-based firm that supplied the ingredient to Marion Biotech, whose cough syrups...

US supports “constructive dialogue” between India and Pakistan to resolve long-standing disputes

The US on Thursday reiterated its support for "constructive dialogue" between India and Pakistan to resolve long-standing disputes. At a US State Department press...

India has successfully balanced the competing interests of all members G-20 in Face of Global Chaos

G20 is a platform to promote global cooperation for economic development, not a platform to discuss on security issues. G20 Foreign Ministers met in New...

Hollow bones of dinosaurs that made them giants evolved at least three times independently

Dinosaurs as big as buses or five-story buildings would not be possible if their bones were dense and heavy like ours. Like today's birds,...

Meta plans to cut thousands of jobs this week as part of a new round of layoffs

Meta Platforms Inc., the owner of Facebook and Instagram, is planning another round of layoffs and will lay off thousands of employees as early...

Italian Health Minister Orazio Schillaci has extended the ban on smoking and introduced new rules

Italy's health minister's proposals to extend the smoking ban to include outdoor areas of bars and parks, local media reported, angering right-wing cabinet colleagues...

NASA Curiosity displays first ‘sunrays’ on Mars mission

Sunsets on Mars are uniquely moody, but NASA's Curiosity rover captured one that stands out last month. As the Sun descended over the horizon...

Top scientist recommends increased testing for Covid as H3N2 flu numbers rise

Health officials are concerned about the increasing trend of H3N2 flu cases associated with co-infection with Covid-19. They suggested increased testing as ICU admissions...

Karnataka education minister says Hijab not allowed during PUC exam

"Just like last year, students have to wear a uniform and write an exam. Students wearing hijab will not be allowed to write the...

Economic growth drives climate change – new book suggests ‘growth-slowing communism’ as solution

Kohei Saito, the best-selling author of Capital in the Anthropocene, is back with a new book: Marx in the Anthropocene: Toward the Idea of...

Chief Justice of India Chandrachud says humanity has expanded & Truth become a casualty in the age of fake news

Truth is a casualty in the age of fake news, Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud said on Friday, lamenting the lack...

Supreme court cannot pass any order for allotment of 50-50 quota for women candidates in NDA this time

The National Defense Academy (NDA), which was an all-male world, has finally been opened up to women, but it may not be feasible for...

Scientist discover a rare Jurassic insect in a Walmart store in US

A scientist claimed to have encountered an unusual insect at a Walmart in Arkansas, United States, which he misidentified for years before realizing it...

How immune system behaves differently During pregnancy and postpartum?

Researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Columbia University Irving Medical Center have shown that pregnant women with anxiety...

Russia and China objected to two paragraphs in the chairman’s summary of war in Ukraine at G20

As expected by experts, there was no joint statement after the G20 Foreign Ministers' meeting in Delhi on Thursday, with India, as the G20...

Punjab CM meets Home Minister Amit Shah, discusses law and order; The center deploys 18 CRPF-RAF companies

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann met Union Home Minister Amit Shah here on Thursday and said the Center and the state would cooperate on...

India’s ruling BJP retains power with allies in three border states

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party and its allies retained power in elections in three northeastern states on Thursday by securing a...

Disappearing beaches: Climate, human greed are playing havoc with Andhra Pradesh beaches

Coastal erosion, global warming and rising sea levels are significant issues in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Stretching from Ichchapuram in Srikakulam district in...

BJP is set to return to power in Tripura as the Left Congress combine fails to stem the tide

The BJP, which fended off a spirited challenge from the Left Front-Congress alliance, looks set to return to power in Tripura with Chief Minister...

G20: Narendra Modi talks about unity and action as hosts foreign ministers in shadow of Russian war

 India's "One Country, One Family, One Future" theme during its G20 presidency this year signals the need for "unity and action", Prime Minister Narendra...

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy praised Ukrainians for surviving a winter marked by systematic Russian strikes on energy facilities

Ukraine said it had survived a months-long winter onslaught of Russian strikes on water and energy infrastructure as it marked the first day of...

FBI Director Christopher Wray accuses China of thwarting efforts to identify the origins of the COVID-19 epidemic

FBI Director Christopher Wray says his agency has assessed that the likely cause of the COVID-19 pandemic was a leak from a laboratory in...

Study finds Japan may reach 90% clean energy share by 2035

Falling costs for solar, wind and battery storage means Japan can get 90 percent of its energy from clean electricity by 2035, it showed...

South Korea says cooperation with the US and Japan is more important than ever to defeat North Korean threats

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol said on Wednesday that trilateral cooperation with the United States and Japan has become more important than ever to...

Axis Bank completes acquisition of Citibanks India and Key things to know for Citis 30 lakh customers

Axis Bank has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Citigroup's consumer business in India from Citibank NA and NBFC from Citicorp Finance...

Japan’s foreign minister to skip G20 meeting in India

Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi will skip the G20 foreign ministers' meeting scheduled for this week in New Delhi, India, a Japanese government official...

Joe Biden’s strong record in India, top US diplomat Blinken arrives in Delhi

As United States (US) Secretary of State Antony J Blinken arrives in Delhi for his second visit to India, two years into President Joe...

India likely to miss 2030 deadline for more than half of health SDGs

 Seven years ahead of the 2030 deadline, India is missing the target for more than 50 percent of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)...

83.63% voters exercise their right to vote in Nagaland polls

Chief Electoral Officer V Shashank Shekhar said more than 83 percent of Nagaland's more than 13 million voters cast their ballots on Monday, which...

IMF introduces nine-point action plan for crypto assets, warns against legal tender status

The International Monetary Fund has laid out a nine-point action plan for how countries should treat crypto assets, with point number one being a...

Role and contribution of Mangal Pandey in Indian freedom snuggle

The Indian Rebellion of 1857, also known as the "Sepoy Mutiny" and the "First War of Indian Independence", was preceded by events in which...

India commitment to protect and conserve oceans, biodiversity, and promote sustainable economic development

India today urged member states to continue their commitment to protect and conserve oceans and their biodiversity as well as promote sustainable economic development...

Scientists find new layer of silicon-rich ‘snow’ rising from Earth’s outer core to affect seismic waves

The interior of the Earth has countless mysteries hidden in its folds. Of all the ongoing processes thousands of kilometers beneath our feet, however,...

NMDC Steel Limited (NSL) is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange

NMDC Steel Limited (NSL) was listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange on Monday. NMDC Steel Limited (NSL) is a 3 MTPA integrated steel plant...

The study suggests better tools needed to determine ancient life on Mars

 Current state-of-the-art instrumentation sent to Mars to collect and analyze evidence of life may not be sensitive enough to make accurate assessments, according to...

MCD has issued a notice to shut down weekly markets in Delhi due to plastic rule violations

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has issued closure notices to at least five weekly markets in the past month, asking them to suspend...

Uttar Pradesh budget 2023: From infrastructure to women’s empowerment

Uttar Pradesh Finance Minister Suresh Khanna on Wednesday presented the state's annual budget for the financial year 2023-24 and the second budget for 'Yogi...

The greatest climate risk to physical infrastructure by 2050 will be in China, US and India

The vast majority (80%) of the 50 provinces that will face the greatest climate risk to their physical infrastructure by 2050 are in China,...

Death toll rises to 36 due to landslides, floods in southeast Brazil

The death toll from landslides and flooding on the Atlantic coast of Brazil's Sao Paulo has risen to 36, Brazilian newspaper Folha de S....

Shah Rukh Khan has spoken about his retirement from Bollywood

Actor Shah Rukh Khan spoke to his fans about his retirement from Bollywood, his films and also his family members – Gauri Khan, Aryan...

Brazil rain: Sao Paulo state government says 35 dead in Sao Sebastiao city

Heavy rain caused flooding and landslides that killed 36 people in the northern Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, officials said Sunday, and the death...

Himalayan towns have recorded temperatures 5-10°C higher than ever

The official weather forecaster on Sunday issued the first heatwave alert for the year on Sunday, predicting soaring maximum temperatures of 37-39°C in parts...

AICTE launched the curriculum designed for B. Tech Electronics VLSI Design & Technology and Diploma in IC Manufacturing

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) here today launched the curriculum designed for B. Tech Electronics VLSI Design & Technology and Diploma...

Australian university professor held hostage in Papua New Guinea highlands

An Australian university professor has been taken hostage in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, Papua New Guinea's prime minister has confirmed. The Australian...

Earthquake scientists have a new tool in the race to find the next big one

An everyday physics quirk could be an important missing piece in scientists' efforts to predict the world's strongest earthquakes. In a study published in...

CM Shinde on EC’s decision to recognize his faction as real Shiv Sena says on Victory of truth, Balasaheb Thackeray’s ideology

 Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknáth Shinde on Friday termed the Election Commission's decision to recognize his faction as the real Shiv Sena as a victory...

India is targeting 300 million tonnes of annual steel production by 2030

Union Minister for Steel and Civil Aviation Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia said that at present India is the fourth largest producer of zinc in the...

Scientists have developed a new technique for studying mitochondria

An advanced imaging-based method from Scripps Research scientists offers a new way to study mitochondria, best known as the "powerhouses" of cells. In their...

Study says: Contrary to popular belief, snakes can hear and respond to airborne sound

The researchers played three different sound frequencies to snakes kept in captivity one at a time in a soundproof room and observed their reactions. Christina...

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Abdul Hafiz Mohammad Barkatullah was born on 7 July 1854 in Itora, Bhopal. He received his basic education in Arabic and Persian from Sulemaniya...

DSP Mutual Fund will buy more shares of these 6 Adani shares in January amid the Hindenburg collapse

Despite the bloodbath in Adani Group shares in the last week of January 2023, DSP Mutual Fund increased its stake in six Adani Group...

Balaji Telefilms’ TV revenue jumps 48% to ₹249 crore in April-December

Balaji Telefilms, which owns Ekta Kapoor's film, television and web productions, reported a 48% year-on-year rise in TV revenue to Rs. 249 crore in...

Board Exams 2023: ChatGPT, an AI chatbot, has been banned to ‘not use unfair means’

ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered conversational chatbot created by US-based research lab OpenAI, is among the electronic items that students are not allowed to...

Role and contribution of C Rajagopalachari in Indian freedom struggle

C Rajagopalachari, also known as Rajaji or CR, was born on 10 December 1878 in Thorapalli Agraharam, Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu. His father...

PM Narendra Modi lands in Bengaluru to inaugurate Aero India 2023 tomorrow

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bengaluru on Sunday evening to inaugurate the 14th edition of Aero India 2023 on February 13. Governor Thaawarchand...

No new variants of Covid emerged during the recent Chinese Lancet study

According to a study of cases in Beijing published in The Lancet Journal, two known sub-variants of Omicron were primarily responsible for the recent...

ISRO to launch second edition of small satellite (SSLV-D2)

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is all set to launch the second edition of the small satellite (SSLV-D2) from the first launch pad...

No country should be allowed to use Afghan territory to export terrorism

 National Security Adviser Ajit Doval on Wednesday said that no country should be allowed to use Afghan territory to export terrorism and asserted that...

Study shows Artificial intelligence improves lung nodule detection on chest X-rays

Pulmonary nodules are very common and typically form from previous lung infections. In rare cases, they can be a symptom of lung cancer. Artificial...

Earthquake Turkey-Syria LIVE Update: 7,800 dead in Turkey, international aid from many countries including India

 A frantic search is underway to find more survivors and help the injured as the death toll from the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey...

New study: Life expectancy for young people 14 years shorter in violent countries

Young people's life expectancy can be up to 14 years shorter in violent countries than in peaceful ones, a global study has found. A...

Scientists have developed 100% biodegradable and eco-friendly paper straws that won’t get wet or cause bubbles in  drinks

Researchers have developed eco-friendly paper straws that are 100% biodegradable, perform better than conventional paper straws and can be easily mass-produced. The paper straws...

India’s Vodafone Idea surges on hope of better cash flow after debt conversion

Shares in Vodafone Idea Ltd jumped nearly 25% on Monday after the Indian government allowed the carrier to convert $2 billion of interest on...

ED non-bail warrant order against Videocon Group laundered ₹60,000 crore in the name of developing overseas oil and gas assets

 The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday told a special PMLA (Prevention of Money Laundering Act) court that Videocon Group laundered around ₹60,000 crore it...

Fires in Chile destroy over 750 hectares and threaten forests and agricultural land in heat

Fires have consumed more than 750 hectares (1,853 acres) of forest in Chile, destroying homes and threatening farms and forests, as the South American...

Adani Group shares fall after its founder was allegedly caught committing accounting fraud

Shares in the flagship of embattled Indian tycoon Gautam Adani were repeatedly suspended on Friday as a wave of accounting fraud allegations deepened. Adani...

Artificial intelligence could help answer the question ‘Are we alone in the universe?’

The researchers applied deep learning techniques to a previously studied dataset of nearby stars and revealed eight previously unidentified signals of interest. The team...

Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel said the money allocated to railways would be used for modernization

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has questioned the budget allocation for the railways and asked whether the money will be invested in modernization before...

New study has revealed a new thalattosuchian, the ancient “sister” of modern crocodile ancestors

The discovery of Turnersuchus hingleyae follows the impressive discovery of fossils on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, UK, including part of the head, spine...

The world will cross the global warming threshold even if emissions fall

The world will exceed the global warming threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius within 10 to 15 years, even if emissions fall, according to a...

What is visual positioning system (VPS) and how it can replace GPS in future

What is a Visual Positioning System (VPS)?VPS is a technology that allows a device such as a smartphone or drone to determine its position...

Final growth rate of Index of Eight Major Industries for September 2022 is revised to 8.3% from its provisional level of 7.9%

The Composite Index of Eight Major Industries (ICI) increased by 7.4 percent (provisional) in December 2022 compared to the December 2021 index. Production of...

Budget 2023: FM Sitharaman Announces Mahila Samman Bachat Patra One Time New Small Savings Scheme

The Finance Minister has announced Mahila Samman Bachat Patra – a one-time new small savings scheme – for a period of two years till...

GST collection rose to over ₹1.55 crore in January: the second highest collection on record

Gross GST revenue collected in the month of January 2023 till 5:00 PM on 31/01/2023 is ₹ 1,55,922 crore, of which CGST is ₹...

Role and contribution of Nana Saheb in Indian freedom struggle

Nana Saheb Born in Bithoor (Kanpur District), Uttar Pradesh in May 1824. His birth name was Nana Govind Dhondu Pant. His father traveled from...

NASA selects nine technologies for commercial flight tests to advance innovation

NASA has selected nine space technologies for flight testing to support innovations that address mission needs for both the agency and the commercial space...

Study says : Third Covid booster linked to 90% reduction in deaths

 A third booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine was associated with a 90% reduction in deaths in people with multiple health conditions compared to...

Budget 2023: Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Economic Survey on Budget Session begin today

Parliament's budget 2023 session, which begins on Tuesday, is expected to be heated as the opposition seeks to raise several issues, including those related...

Hindenburg questioning to Adani Group $48 billion write-off shares profits without providing evidence

Adani Group issued a detailed response on Sunday to the Hindenburg Research report that prompted a $48 billion write-off on its shares, saying it...

Semiconductor shortage continues to affect production: Maruti Suzuki CFO

Maruti Suzuki India continues to witness an impact on its manufacturing as semiconductor supply remains challenging and unpredictable, according to the company's chief financial...

Bal Gangadhar Tilak: one of the most important leaders of the Indian Independence Movement

Bala Gangadhar Tilak was born in 1856 in Ratnagiri, present day Maharashtra into a middle-class Hindu family; he received his BSc from Pune. He...

Scientists discover new species of microalgae from DNA samples at Tokyo University Medakamo

 A completely new type of microalgae was discovered in the water from the home aquarium. Analyzing DNA samples taken from the algae, scientists from...

Freedom fighter: Bipin Chandra Pal know as ‘Father of Revolutionary Thoughts in India’

Bipin Chandra Pal was born on 1,November,1858 also known as the "father of revolutionary ideas in India", was born in Poil, a village in...

India carbon trading framework 2023: What is carbon credits and its market for real reduction in emissions

What is a carbon credit? A carbon credit is the ownership of the equivalent of one metric ton of carbon dioxide that can be traded,...

Role and contribution of Lala Lajpat Rai in Indian independence struggle

Lala Lajpat Rai was born on January 28, 1865. He was an Indian writer, freedom fighter and politician. He played a vital role in...

Role and contribution of Ashfaqulla Khan in Indian independence struggle

Ashfaqulla Khan was born on 22 October 1900 in Shahjahanpur, North Western Province, British India to a Pathan Muslim family of the Khyber tribe....

Role and Contribution of  Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in Indian freedom struggle and modern India

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was born on October 31, 1875 in Bombay. Vallabhbhai Patel was a prominent figure in India's freedom struggle who later became...

Noida Police is launching five more mobile education vehicles for underprivileged children

Twelve-year-old Sonam Kumari, whose mother died in childbirth and whose father sells vegetables in Sector 71, has never been to school. But for the...

Dadabhai Naoroji played an important role in India’s freedom struggle

Dadabhai Naoroji, arguably the most important Indian nationalist leader in the pre-Gandhi era. Naoroji (1825-1917) gave the Indian National Congress a concrete political goal...

Delhi High Court says don’t publish details of minors seeking termination of pregnancy

The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the state government to issue a circular directing institutions to protect the identity of minors and their...

Odisha State Disaster Management Authority (OSDMA) and Lunglei Fire Station selected for the Subhash Chandra Bose Aapda Prabandhan Puraskar

For the year 2023, Odisha State Disaster Management Authority (OSDMA) and Lunglei Fire Station (LFS), Mizoram, both in the institutional category, have been selected...

Veer Savarkar role and contribution in Indian freedom struggle

Veer Savarkar was born on 28 May 1883 to a Marathi Hindu family of Chitpavan Brahmin Damodar and Radhabai Savarkar in Bhagpur village, Nashik...

Rare dinosaur nests more than 66 million years ago discovered in Narmada valley in Madhya Pradesh

Paleontologists have announced the rare discovery of closely spaced dinosaur nests and 256 eggs of herbivorous titanosaurs in Madhya Pradesh's Narmada Valley. Researchers from...

Tantia Tope role and contribution in the Indian freedom struggle

Tantia Tope (6 January 1814 – 18 April 1859) was a general in the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and one of its prominent leaders....

Scientific Experiment: Scientist claimed Lightning protection is possible using technology and laser beam changes direction of lightning

You have remembered NASA's Dart mission, by which the direction of the asteroid weighing 500 crore kg from the spacecraft, which was coming towards...

Study says : 33 percent of parents report that their children are approached by strangers through online platforms

Almost 33 percent of the 424 parents surveyed said their children had been approached by strangers through online platforms asking for friendship, searching for...

Financial aid to Pakistan: UAE increases financial aid to crisis hit Pakistan to $3 billion

Pakistan said the United Arab Emirates had agreed to increase financial aid to Pakistan to $3 billion, a key step to boost foreign exchange...

Role and Contributions of Rani Lakshmi Bai in India’s Freedom Struggle

Rani Laxmibai also called the Rani of Jhansi was a key figure in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. She is also considered one of...

Swami Vivekananda: Greatest philosopher and inspiration for youth of India

Swami Vivekananda was an incredibly versatile personality with extensive knowledge of various subjects, including Western philosophy. He was the first Hindu monk in India...

Polar Research Focus: Arctic and Antarctic regions Comparisons & Similarities North Pole v South Pole opposite poles of the earth

There are seven continents in the world, one of them is Antarctica. This is the coldest place on earth. There is another such place...

Indian Navy may repeat order of Kalveri 75 MDL class submarine with proven DRDO

When the visionary Manohar Parrikar was India's Defense Minister, he suggested to the then Navy Chief Admiral Robin K Dhowan that the Indian Navy...

Japanese scientist explains how dengue carrying mosquitoes are evolving to become resistant to insecticides

Mosquitoes that carry dengue fever and other viruses have developed increasing resistance to insecticides in parts of Asia, and new ways to control them...

India successfully test fired Prithvi-II ballistic missile in Odisha

India on Tuesday successfully test fired the Prithvi-II tactical ballistic missile from a test range off the Odisha coast. The Prithvi-II missile has a...

Role and contribution of Bhagat Singh in Indian freedom struggle

Revolutionary hero of Indian independence Bhagat Singh was born on September 27, 1907 in Lyallpur, West Punjab, India to Kishan Singh and Vidyavati....

Joshimath demolition necessary from dangerous zones, Hotel Malari Inn to be demolished first

Demolition of two hotels in Uttarakhand's Joshimath  Hotel Malari Inn and Hotel Mount View and some houses that have developed cracks due to land...

Role and contribution of Mahatma Gandhi in India’s freedom struggle

Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi) was born on October 2, 1869 in the princely state of Porbandar, in present day Gujarat. He studied law...

What is Gene editing technology, Will ‘Birthpod’ be based on Gene-editing technology “EctoLife”

In recent times, Scientific Community is under discussion on gene editing technology , birthpod, Artificial Womb Facility is in full swing. In this article...

Weather report :Intense cold and dense fog in north India, minus 4.2 degrees Celsius recorded in jammu & Kashmir

Intense cold and dense fog gripped large areas of northern India on Wednesday, severely reducing visibility, disrupting rail services and causing vehicular pile-ups in...

Economy focus : CEO Guillaume Faury said Airbus plans to deepen its industrial presence in India

Airbus plans to deepen its industrial presence in India, CEO Guillaume Faury said on Wednesday after meeting the country's prime minister. "We will continue...

Astronomers have identified for the first time a planet spiraling toward a cataclysmic collision with the aging Sun

Astronomers have identified for the first time a planet spiraling toward a cataclysmic collision with the aging Sun, potentially offering a glimpse of how...

Government of India has set a target of reducing emission intensity by 33% as part of its NDCs

The Government of India has set a target of reducing emission intensity by 33% as part of its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), with the...

The majestic new Hindu temple 70,000 square feet temple build in Dubai

A majestic new Hindu temple that combines Indian and Arabic architectural designs with a strong message of tolerance, peace and harmony has been inaugurated...

Bomb threat aboard an Iranian passenger flight as it approached Delhi put authorities on alert

A bomb threat aboard an Iranian passenger flight as it approached Delhi put authorities on alert this morning. A Mahan Air flight, which was...

Scientists just discovered a 6th ocean, and it’s not on Earth’s surface

It seems that we are closer to Jules Verne's idea of ​​an ocean inside the Earth. Yes, you heard right. Although you know that...

14 projects approved total estimated cost of about Rs. 1145 million crores in the 45th Executive Committee meeting

The National Mission for Clean Ganges (NMCG) organized the 45th Executive Committee meeting under the Chairmanship of Shri G. Asok Kumar, Director General, NMCG....

Shri Narendra Modi released wild cheetahs which have become extinct in India in the Kuno National Park

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today released wild cheetahs - which have become extinct in India - in the Kuno National Park. The cheetahs...

The unemployment rate in rural India almost doubled immediately

The unemployment rate in rural India almost doubled immediately after the coronavirus lockdown was announced  from 6.8% in the pre-pandemic January-March 2020 quarter to...

Science and Technology Focus: What is Science behind the Time Zones and how has it helped Humans for economic growth, should India have a...

Everyone on the planet wants the sun to be at its highest point in the sky (cross the meridian) at noon. If there was...

Environment Focus: How new rules for plantation i.e. Forest (Conservation) Rules 2022 can improve the plantation in India and also how it can help...

Project developers can purchase land with private land to present as deforestation compensation against deforestation through non-forestry activities, in accordance with Forest Act (Conservation...

Emerging Technology Focus: What is 3D printing technology and how does it work? How this technology can change the future construction activity in the...

3D printing is an additional process in which layers of objects are formed to form a 3D component. This is in contrast to the...

Economy Focus: What is Gig Economy and Gig Workers: how Gig platform and its database can boost India’s economic growth?

Gig economy, in this economy large number of people work part-time or in temporary positions or as private contractors. The result of the gig...

Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw launches Policy & Portal of e-auction for Commercial earning, Non-Fare Revenue (NFR) contracts

Indian Railways has taken steps to bring Commerce Earning and Non-Fare Revenue contracts under an electronic auction through the Indian Railway Procurement System (IREPS),...

Digital Crime Focus: What is Dark Web net and how hackers are using Dark Web for doing fraud

As a major global system that contains information about everything (and almost everyone), the internet comes in stages: visible, deep, and dark. And some...

Technology Focus: How Artificial intelligence and digital technical triggers the eagerness and playing with emotions of Human

Human emotions have a long history of evolution in order to survive as species. It can be a reaction to external stimuli, or an...

Disaster Focus: Use of pesticides and chemicals for Growing Crops in India and its impact on Human Health and fertile Soil

The term pesticide includes a variety of compounds including pesticides, fungicides, pesticides, rodenticides, molluscicides, nematicides, plant growth regulators and more. Pesticide production began in...

Maharashtra Political Crisis – Will Maharashtra see floor test and How Eknath Sinde team becomes upto 50 MLAs

How Eknath Sinde team becomes upto 50 MLAs Maharashtra Minister Eknath Shinde, 58, who has put Shiv Sena-led government Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) in trouble,...

Pollution focus: How e-waste is producing large volume of digital garbage in the Digital Space and how E-waste is impacting to the Environment  

E-waste is any discarded electrical or electronic items. This includes functional and broken items that are thrown in the trash or donated to a...

Disaster Focus: Recent Afghanistan Earthquake left large devastation behind and signature of disaster resulted many becomes homeless

Afghanistan is particularly prone to severe and recurring natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, erosion, landslides and droughts due to its location and years...

Disaster Focus: The rare climatic events triggered multilayer floods in Southeast Asia:  Weather scientists are   forecasting a third consecutive year of La Niña

The ongoing La Niña event that contributed to floods in eastern Australia and exacerbated the drought in the United States and East Africa is...

Space Focus: Why Scientists still don’t have any clue about Black hole, and why scientific community is queries about know the mystery of Black...

A black hole is nothing but empty space. Instead, it is a large number of objects packed in a very small space - think...

Space Science Focus: The journey of Indian Space Research program in India: Historical facts and major achievements by ISRO

Modern space research in India could be traced back to the 1920s, when scientist S. K. Mitra conducts a series of tests for ionosphere...

Geopolitical Focus: Politics vs. Economics of Climate Change: a global Perspective

Any event can be easily changed politically if the original goal is to set a story that contradicts people’s beliefs, place, culture or history....

Animal life focus: the recent study claims that the polar bear is a beautiful animal, a population of polar bear discovered it can survive...

Lots of bears have been found in the southeastern part of Greenland1, which has no ice at sea most of the year. White bears...

Digital Security Focus: Spyware software in the world and how does spyware work? Threat to digital space

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Scientists around the world are working faster to develop and develop vaccines that could halt the spread of COVID-19, many of which are now...

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By December 2012, the number of users of social media in Indian cities had reached 62 million. The sudden availability of smartphones and mobile...

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The Nari Shakti Puraskar is an annual medal awarded by the Ministry of Women and Child Development of the Government of India to individual...

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A new report found that more than 75% of India's tropical areas have extreme weather events. With an unusual increase in the worst cases...

Violence Focus: How Domestic violence cases has increased in the various part world: World should pay attention

Violence against women is commonplace in any emergency, including epidemics. Depression, disruption of communication and defense, increased economic hardship and reduced access to services...

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India is one of the fastest developing countries in the world. Yes, you heard me right, India is still a developing country, why because...

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The 2021 World Happiness Report was released by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and Finland was also crowned as the happiest country in...

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PM Modi will attend the ‘Save Soil Movement’ with Sadhguru

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