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Study Links UFO Sightings to Environmental Factors

Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAP), commonly known as UFOs, have intrigued and puzzled sky watchers for decades. While previous investigations have often left questions unanswered,...

Mamata Banerjee Warns of Cooking Gas Price Hike Under BJP Rule

West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress President Mamata Banerjee has issued a stern warning, cautioning the public about the potential consequences of a...

Demolition Drive Leaves Heroic Miner’s Family Homeless: House of Rat-Hole Miner Involved in Uttarakhand Rescue Operations Razed

In a heart-wrenching turn of events, the house of Wakeel Hasan, a courageous rat-hole miner instrumental in the daring rescue operations during the Silkyara...

Record Warmth in North Atlantic Raises Alarm Bells: What It Means for the Planet and Its Inhabitants

Amidst the wintry chill, an unsettling reality lurks beneath the surface of the North Atlantic waters: they're warmer than ever before. The sea surface...

Star-Studded Screening of “Laapataa Ladies” Draws Bollywood Celebrities in Stylish Attire

A star-studded event took place recently as celebrities gathered for the screening of Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao's upcoming film, "Laapataa Ladies." Among the...

Apple Cancels Electric Car Project, Shifts Focus to AI

In a surprising turn of events, Apple has decided to halt its decade-long effort to develop an electric car, abandoning one of its most...

PM Narendra Modi lsying Second Launch Site Set to Revolutionize Space Launches

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ceremonial laying of the foundation stone for India's second launch site in Kulasekharapatnam, Tamil Nadu, marks a significant...

India Calls for Action Against Culprits Threatening Diplomats in Canada

In a firm stance against the recent threats and intimidation faced by its diplomats in Canada, India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar urged for...

Chinks in Opposition Armor: Rajya Sabha Biennial Election Sparks Speculation

As the Rajya Sabha biennial election looms large in Uttar Pradesh, fissures within political factions, particularly the Opposition INDIA bloc, have come to the...

INLD Leader Nafe Singh Rathee Killed in Bahadurgarh: Abhay Chautala Demands CBI Probe

Abhay Chautala, a prominent figure in the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), has raised serious concerns following the tragic killing of Haryana unit president...

Scientists Unveil Remarkable Discovery of 240-Million-Year-Old “Chinese Dragon” Fossil

In a groundbreaking revelation that has captivated the scientific community, researchers in Scotland have unearthed a 240-million-year-old fossil of a "Chinese dragon" – a...

Friday Film Frenzy: Yami Gautam’s “Article 370” to “Mean Girls” Musical, Here’s What’s Hitting Theatres

This Friday promises a diverse array of cinematic treats for audiences, ranging from hard-hitting political dramas to comedic teen tales and adrenaline-pumping action thrillers....

Bigg Boss Telugu Contestant Shanmukh Jaswanth and Brother Sampath Vinay Taken into Custody in Hyderabad

Bigg Boss Telugu contestant Shanmukh Jaswanth and his brother Sampath Vinay were apprehended by the police in Hyderabad on Wednesday, sparking speculation and media...

Protesting Farmers to Observe ‘Black Friday’ and Plan Tractor March Towards Delhi

In a show of solidarity and protest, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), led by Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait, has announced plans...

Record-Breaking Cocaine drugs Seizure: 5,700 kg Found in Container at UK Port

In a historic bust, British authorities have intercepted what is believed to be the largest-ever seizure of serious drugs in the country. The National...

Microplastics Dive Deep: New Study Reveals Shocking Depths of Plastic Pollution in Geological Record

In a groundbreaking study, researchers have unearthed alarming evidence of microplastic pollution infiltrating the very fabric of our planet's geological record. Tiny fragments of...

Union Cabinet Approves Rs. 4,100 Crore Scheme for Flood Management and Border Areas

In a significant move aimed at bolstering flood management and enhancing security along border areas, the Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra...

PM Narendra Modi to Lay Foundation Stone of Shri Kalki Dham Temple in Sambhal, Inaugurate 14,500 Projects in UP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to embark on a significant journey to Uttar Pradesh, where he will mark the beginning of the construction...

Breakthrough in Cell Biology: Unveiling the Human Cell’s Microtubule Formation

In a remarkable feat of scientific achievement, a team of researchers in Spain has shattered barriers by capturing detailed images of a human cell's...

Innovative Solutions for Climate Change Artificial Reefs and Seaweeds Farming

In a pioneering effort to combat the challenges of climate change in remote coastal villages of Odisha, marine scientists Professor Dinabandhu Sahoo and Dr...

Otherworldly Beauty: Sahara Desert’s Stunning Landscape Captured from Space

Prepare to be transported to another realm as NASA's Johnson Space Center unveils breathtaking footage of the Sahara Desert as seen from the International...

Indian Army Thwarts Infiltration Attempts: Fires Upon Pakistani Quadcopters Along LoC

In a proactive measure to safeguard the Line of Control (LoC), Indian Army troops took swift action on Friday, engaging Pakistani quadcopters attempting to...

Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Ashwini Vaishnav Spearhead Odisha’s Highway Connectivity Revolution

In a monumental stride towards bolstering connectivity and prosperity in Odisha, Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari, alongside Union Minister...

Supreme Court to Render Verdict on Electoral Bonds: Landmark Decision Awaited on Transparency in Political Funding

Anticipation mounts as the Supreme Court of India prepares to deliver its long-awaited verdict on a series of petitions challenging the legality of the...

India’s Green Hydrogen Revolution Takes Flight: Government Unveils Ambitious Pilot Project Guidelines to Transform Transport Sector

In a bold step towards sustainable energy adoption, the Government of India has unveiled pioneering guidelines for initiating pilot projects harnessing the power of...

Unlocking the Secrets of the Solar System: Water Discovered on Asteroids Iris and Massalia

The Solar System, a vast expanse of celestial bodies ranging from planets and moons to comets and asteroids, has long fascinated astronomers with its...

Surprising Simulation Reveals Pancake-Shaped Protoplanets Forming in Space

Recent simulations conducted by astrophysicists Adam Fenton and Dimitris Stamatellos from the University of Central Lancashire have challenged our traditional understanding of planet formation....

‘Farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo’ March Imminent as Talks with Govt Hit Roadblock

In a dramatic turn of events, efforts to resolve the impasse between protesting farmers and the government have hit a roadblock, escalating tensions and...

Rare Aubrite Meteorite Fragments Recovered After Explosion Over Berlin

In a remarkable feat, a team of scientists from various institutions in Berlin, along with the SETI Institute, successfully located fragments of a rare...

Israeli Military Claims Discovery of Hamas Tunnel under UNRWA Headquarters in Gaza

The Israeli military has announced the discovery of a Hamas tunnel beneath the headquarters of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine...

Kangana Ranaut Unveils Trailer of “Razakar” and Talks Politics at Mumbai Event

Renowned actor Kangana Ranaut made headlines again as she unveiled the trailer of the Telugu movie "Razakar: The Silent Genocide of Hyderabad" at an...

Opposition Parties Slam Maharashtra Government as Journalist Nikhil Wagle’s Car Attacked by BJP Workers in Pune Over Remarks Against PM Modi

Tensions flared in Pune on Friday evening as a car carrying senior journalist Nikhil Wagle was allegedly attacked by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers...

Unveiling Earth’s Submerged Mysteries: Exploring the Dynamic Evolution of Oceanic Plateaus Through Cutting-Edge Research

The journey toward the acceptance of plate tectonics theory has been long and filled with challenges, yet even now, it continues to evolve. A...

Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon’s Romantic Comedy “Teri Baaton Mein Aisha Uljha Jiya” (TBMAUJ) Receives Rave Reviews

Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon's much-anticipated romantic comedy "Teri Baaton Mein Aisha Uljha Jiya" (TBMAUJ) hit theaters this Friday, delighting audiences with its unique...

January 2024 Sets New Record as Hottest Month Ever, Climate Scientists Warn of Escalating Heat

Climate scientists from the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) have announced that January 2024 has become the hottest month on record, marking...

Earth Endures Record 12-Month Streak of 1.5C Above Pre-Industrial Temperatures

In a stark warning to humanity, Earth has experienced an unprecedented 12-month period of temperatures surpassing 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels for the...

Concerns Mount as Black Substance Pollutes Manipur’s Iril River, Dam Gates Shut

In a troubling development for the residents of Manipur, the gates of a dam in the state were abruptly closed today following the discovery...

Kareena Kapoor Charms Fans in Doha at Jewellery Exhibition; Returns to Mumbai in Casual Chic

Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor recently captivated fans as she graced a jewellery and watches exhibition in Doha, Qatar. Photos and videos of the star,...

Tragedy Strikes: MP Harda Factory Fire Live Updates: 11 Killed, 200 Injured in Explosive Unit Blasts; 3 Held

Madhya Pradesh's Harda district was engulfed in tragedy as a series of explosions rocked a fireworks factory on Tuesday, claiming the lives of at...

Unveiling Ceoptera: Scotland’s Astonishing Pterosaur Discovery from the Misty Isle of Skye

In a groundbreaking revelation, researchers unveil the fossilized remains of Ceoptera, a remarkable species of pterosaur, discovered amidst the rugged landscapes of Scotland's enchanting...

Revolutionizing Cold Atom Studies: Innovative Image-Correction Technique Unveiled for Enhanced Quantum Mechanics Research

In a groundbreaking development, scientists have pioneered a cutting-edge image-correction technique poised to revolutionize the study of cold atoms, particularly those hovering at absolute...

Boosting Food Processing Industries: World Food India 2023 Ignites Investment Interest Worth Rs. 33,129 Crore

New Delhi witnessed a monumental gathering of global stakeholders at the World Food India-2023 event, organized by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI)...

Sushmita Sen Opens Up About Marriage Plans and Relationship with Rohman Shawl

In a recent interview with Film Companion, actor Sushmita Sen candidly discussed her views on marriage and companionship, shedding light on her relationship with...

Snow Blankets Himachal Pradesh: Over 500 Roads Closed Amidst Winter Wonderland

Shimla, February 5, 2024 (HNN) - Himachal Pradesh, known for its picturesque landscapes, has turned into a winter wonderland, but not without its challenges....

Jharkhand CM Champai Soren Faces Crucial Floor Test Amid Political Turmoil

Jharkhand Chief Minister Champai Soren is set to undergo a crucial floor test today at 11 am, seeking to prove his majority in the...

Light Rainfall in Delhi, Thunderstorms Predicted Across North India

Delhi and its adjoining National Capital Region (NCR) experienced light rainfall on Sunday morning, with the minimum temperature settling at 10 degrees Celsius. The...

Advancing Justice: eCourts Project Accelerates Digitization of Legal Processes

The eCourts Mission Mode Project stands as a beacon of modernization in India's judicial landscape, aiming to revolutionize the country's court system through digital...

India Launches Pilot Projects for Green Hydrogen in Shipping Sector

In a significant move towards sustainable maritime transport, the Government of India has unveiled guidelines for pilot projects aimed at integrating green hydrogen into...

Finance Minister’s Budget Unveils Landmark Scheme for Scientific Research Advancement

New Delhi: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's recent budget announcement has sparked enthusiasm within India's scientific community with the unveiling of a visionary scheme aimed...

Top Exciting Web Series to Watch Out on OTT in February 2024

As February approaches, several captivating web series are set to hit various OTT platforms, offering viewers an array of thrilling narratives and compelling storytelling....

“Fighter” Box Office: Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone’s Film Sees Decline in Week One

"Fighter," starring Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone, witnessed a further dip in its box office collections on its seventh day since release, marking a...

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to Present Interim Budget Today Ahead of 2024 Elections

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is poised to present the Interim Budget today, marking the final budget in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's second term...

Unexpected Rainfall Hits Delhi-NCR for Second Consecutive Day, IMD Predicts More Showers

Delhi and its surrounding National Capital Region (NCR) experienced unexpected rainfall accompanied by thundershowers for the second consecutive day on Thursday, adding to the...

The Elusive Quest for Exomoons: Astronomers Debate Validity of Recent Discoveries

The search for exomoons beyond our solar system has always been a challenging endeavor, and a recent debate among astronomers has shed light on...

Indian Researchers Capture Glimpse of “Ghosts of the Mountains”: Landmark Study Reveals Snow Leopard Population

In a groundbreaking study hailed as a milestone in conservation efforts, Indian researchers have documented the presence of over 200 elusive snow leopards across...

Salman Khan Films Issues Warning Against Fraudulent Casting Calls, Threatens Legal Action

On behalf of actor Salman Khan, his production company, Salman Khan Films, issued a stern statement cautioning against fraudulent casting calls falsely associated with...

Dense Fog Disrupts Travel in Delhi-NCR for Third Consecutive Day

Delhi and its neighboring National Capital Region (NCR) continue to grapple with dense fog for the third consecutive day, severely impacting visibility and disrupting...

Xi Jinping Offers to “Break New Ground” in China-France Ties Following Macron’s India Visit

Chinese President Xi Jinping has extended a hand of cooperation to France, expressing readiness to elevate bilateral relations to new heights. This comes in...

Tragic Plane Crash Claims Seven Lives in Brazil’s Minas Gerais State

In a devastating incident on Sunday, a small plane crashed in Brazil's southeast Minas Gerais state, claiming the lives of all seven people on...

Record-Breaking shocking Discovery Largest Deep-Sea Reef Unveiled in the Atlantic coast

January 26, 2024 In a groundbreaking revelation, scientists have uncovered the largest known deep-sea reef in the frigid depths of the Atlantic, teeming with...

China’s Giant Panda Population Soars to Nearly 1,900: Successes in Conservation and Global Cooperation Celebrated

January 26, 2024 In a testament to China's unwavering commitment to wildlife conservation, the National Forestry and Grassland Administration announced on Thursday that the...

US and UK Launch Eighth Round of Airstrikes on Houthi Targets in Yemen

In a joint effort, the United States and the United Kingdom conducted fresh airstrikes on eight targets linked to the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in...

Hamas Defends October 7 Attacks, Acknowledges Faults in Recent Report Amid Escalating Tensions

Gaza, 22, January, 2024 : In a recent report, Palestinian group Hamas defended its October 7 attacks against Israel, citing them as a "necessary...

Astrobotic’s Peregrine Lander Lost Over South Pacific, Ending Moon Landing Mission

Astrobotic's Peregrine lander, part of an experimental NASA-private industry partnership, has been lost over the remote South Pacific, marking a fiery end to its...

Study Predicts Thousands of American Cities Turning Into Ghost Towns by 2100 Due to Climate Change and Population Shifts

January 18, 2024 A groundbreaking study conducted by civil engineering student Uttar Sutradhar and his colleagues at the University of Illinois at Chicago reveals...

Bureau of Indian Standards Unveils Groundbreaking ‘Standardized Development and Building Regulations, 2023’

In a monumental stride towards revolutionizing India's built environment, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has introduced the 'Standardized Development and Building Regulations, 2023,'...

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Launch Strikes on Israel’s “Espionage Headquarters” in Iraq and Syria

Iran's Revolutionary Guards announced on Monday that they had targeted what they referred to as the "espionage headquarters" of Israel in Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan...

Dense Fog Paralyzes Flight and Rail Operations in Delhi, Thousands Stranded

A prolonged spell of dense fog lasting nearly 11 hours wreaked havoc on flight and rail operations in the Indian capital Delhi on Sunday,...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Inaugurates Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, India’s Longest Sea Bridge

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has officially inaugurated the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), the longest sea bridge in India. The 21.8-kilometre-long bridge,...

Humpback Whales’ Awe-Inspiring Bubble-Net Feeding Captured in Stunning Drone Footage

In a mesmerizing display of nature's perfect collaboration, a drone captured the stunning moment when two humpback whales executed a flawless bubble-net feeding strategy...

U.S. Maintains Distinction in Designating Hezbollah Amid Rising Tensions

In a nuanced approach to the complex geopolitical landscape of the Middle East, the United States has opted to distinguish its designation of Hezbollah,...

India’s AC Boom: Balancing Cooling Demands with Climate Responsibility in the Face of Rising Temperatures

India, home to 1.4 billion people, is grappling with the dual challenge of extreme heat and rising demand for air conditioners (ACs). As temperatures...

First Case of Polar Bear Death from Bird Flu Reported in Alaska

Utqiagvik, Alaska - January 6, 2024 In a significant and unprecedented development, a polar bear was found dead in Utqiagvik, Alaska, marking the first...

Germany Witnesses Historic Drop in CO2 Emissions, but Sustainability Hinges on Climate Policy Changes

In a significant environmental milestone, Germany experienced a remarkable reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2023, reaching levels not seen since the 1950s....

South Korea’s Democratic Party Leader Lee Jae-myung Stabbed in Neck During Public Appearance

In a shocking incident, Lee Jae-myung, leader of South Korea's opposition Democratic Party, was stabbed in the neck during a visit to the southern...

Over 20 Dead and Widespread Damage in Japan Earthquake Aftermath

Rescue teams in Japan are facing challenges reaching isolated areas following a powerful earthquake on New Year's Day, with reports of over 20 people...

Japan Lifts Tsunami Warnings Following New Year’s Day Earthquake

Japan has officially lifted all tsunami warnings and advisories that were initially issued after a significant earthquake struck on New Year's Day, according to...

Traces of Common Sunscreen Ingredients Found in Arctic Glaciers Raise Environmental Concerns

The far-reaching consequences of human activity on the environment are once again underscored as a study reveals traces of 13 common ingredients found in...

All Alarming Surge in Extreme Weather Events India Faces: Almost 3,000 Dead in 2023

Climate Vulnerability and Increasing Frequency of Extreme Weather Events India has witnessed a staggering surge in extreme weather events, with almost daily occurrences in the...

Amitabh Bachchan Wraps Up Kaun Banega Crorepati 15, Leaves Fans Emotional

Mumbai, India: Amitabh Bachchan, the iconic host of Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) 15, bid an emotional farewell in the final episode, leading to widespread...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Inaugurates Redeveloped Ayodhya Railway Station and Airport

Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Ayodhya on Saturday to a warm reception, marked by a grand roadshow. The Prime Minister...

Chinese Scientists Unveil Revolutionary Hypersonic Engine for Aerospace Planes

Chinese scientists leading hypersonic weapons research have revealed a groundbreaking power solution for aerospace planes. The air-breathing engine, detailed in a peer-reviewed paper published...

Dense Fog Causes Flight Delays and Transportation Disruptions in Delhi

 A red alert for dense fog has been issued in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh, leading to significant disruptions in flights and transportation. Over...

Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor Celebrate Anshula Kapoor’s Birthday

Anshula Kapoor, the sister of Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, is celebrating her birthday, and her half-sisters Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor were spotted leaving...

India’s Stock Market Surpasses $4 Trillion Valuation, Becomes Fifth Largest Globally

Despite global challenges such as geopolitical disturbances and the lingering impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indian stock market has achieved a significant milestone...

Salman Khan Celebrates 58th Birthday with Fans and Paparazzi

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan celebrated his 58th birthday on Wednesday, and fans and paparazzi eagerly awaited his arrival in Mumbai as he returned home...

Dense Fog Disrupts Flights and Trains in Delhi; Advisory Issued

Dense fog in north India, particularly in Delhi, has disrupted the movement of flights and trains. Thirty-five flights in Delhi were delayed, and 25...

U.S. Conducts Strikes on Iranian-Backed Militia Sites in Iraq in Response to Attack on American Personnel

The U.S. military launched targeted strikes on three sites used by Iran backed forces in Iraq on Monday in response to an earlier drone...

Japan increased defense budget and became the third country with highest military expenditure after America and China

December 22, 2023, Japan's Cabinet has given the green light to a significant 16% increase in military spending for the next year, accompanied by...

2023 Predicted to Be Warmest Year on Record, Exceeding 1.5°C Threshold

The year 2023 is projected to be the warmest on record, with a 99% likelihood of the average temperature exceeding 1.5°C above the pre-industrial...

Australia’s Submerged Ancient Landscapes Revealed: Northwest Shelf’s Hidden History

Recent research published in Quaternary Science Reviews unveils the hidden history of Australia's Northwest Shelf, which was once an expansive, habitable landscape connecting the...

CISF Takes Over Parliament Security in Wake of Breach Incident

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is set to assume control of Parliament security, replacing Delhi Police following last week's security breach, the government...

Bigg Boss Telugu 7 Winner Pallavi Prashanth Arrested for Post-Finale Chaos in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Pallavi Prashanth, the winner of Bigg Boss Telugu Season 7, found himself in legal trouble as he was arrested in Hyderabad on Wednesday....

UN Security Council Delays Vote on Gaza Resolution Amid Escalating Tensions

United Nations - The United Nations Security Council faced yet another postponement in the vote on a resolution urging a pause to the Israel-Hamas...

Cold Wave Grips Delhi as Winter Chill Persists

The national capital, New Delhi, experienced an extension of the ongoing cold wave on Wednesday, with a thin layer of fog enveloping the city....

US Senate Leaders Announce Inability to Approve New Aid for Ukraine Before Year’s End

December 21, 2023 The Democratic and Republican leaders of the US Senate, Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell, jointly declared on Tuesday that Washington will...

Volcanic Eruption Unleashes Near Reykjavik Following Earthquake Swarm

December 18, 2023 On Monday night, a volcanic eruption commenced in Iceland, located south of the capital Reykjavik, according to the Iceland Meteorological Office...

Deadly Earthquake Strikes Remote Region in China’s Gansu Province

December 18, 2023 A powerful magnitude-6.2 earthquake struck Jishishan county in China's northwestern province of Gansu, on the northern edge of the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau,...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Inaugurates Swarved Mahamandir in Varanasi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Swarved Mahamandir, a spectacular seven-floor temple located in Varanasi's Umaraha area. The temple, with a seating capacity for...

Ranbir Kapoor Starrer “Animal” Crosses ₹500 Crore Mark at Indian Box Office

"Animal," the latest film starring Ranbir Kapoor and directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has achieved a significant milestone by entering the ₹500 crore club...

Sunny Deol Shares Thoughts on Brother Bobby’s Film “Animal”

The Deol brothers are enjoying a successful 2023, with Sunny Deol's "Gadar 2" being a blockbuster and Bobby Deol earning praise for his role...

BSE Sensex Achieves Historic Milestone, Surges Past 71,000 Mark

In a historic development, the BSE Sensex crossed the 71,000 mark for the first time, reaching an all-time high of 71,084.08 during morning trade...

Delhi Shivers as Mercury Plummets to Season’s Lowest; Air Quality Deteriorates to ‘Very Unhealthy’ Levels

As winter tightens its grip, Delhi experienced its coldest day of the season as the minimum temperature plummeted below five degrees Celsius. The India...

Researchers Unveil “Ultimate Engineering Materials” – Carbon Nitrides Rivaling Diamonds

In a groundbreaking discovery, researchers have unlocked the potential of carbon nitrides, positioning them as "ultimate engineering materials" comparable to diamonds. Known for their...

Arctic Witnesses Record-Breaking Warmth in 2023, Signaling Alarming Climate Changes

The year 2023 has set a disturbing record as the warmest summer ever recorded in the Arctic, with far-reaching consequences for both the region...

Could Dimming the Sun be a Viable Solution to Climate Change?

As the world struggles to meet climate goals and faces the prospect of surpassing 1.5°C warming in the mid-2030s, unconventional solutions are being considered....

India Climbs to 7th Place in Climate Change Performance Index

New Delhi, 9,November,2023: In a positive development at the global climate talks COP28, India secured the 7th position in this year's Climate Change Performance...

UN found Climate Crisis Escalates: COP28 in the Anthropocene Era

As the world grapples with the unprecedented challenges of the Anthropocene era, the ongoing COP28, the United Nations climate summit, holds profound implications for...

Impact of Flooding on Infant Mortality in Bangladesh: A 30-Year Study

A new study conducted by researchers at UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography and UC San Francisco sheds light on the long-term public...

Mount Kilimanjaro Glaciers Expected to Disappear by 2040, Warns WMO

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has predicted the complete disappearance of glaciers on Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, by 2040 due to climate change....

World’s Largest Iceberg A23a Begins Drifting After 40 Years Grounded

In a significant development, the world's largest iceberg, A23a, has finally broken free from its grounded position, initiating its drift in the Weddell Sea....

India’s Vehicle Sales Surge 19% During Festive Season

India witnessed a 19% increase in vehicle sales during the 42-day festive season, primarily driven by robust demand for two-wheelers in rural areas, according...

Realme Exceeds 200 Million Smartphone Shipments in Just Over Five Years

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme has announced that it has shipped over 200 million phones since its establishment a little over five years ago. Owned...

Data Reveals Nearly Everyone in Europe Is Breathing Dangerously Toxic Air

A recent report by 'The Guardian' has unveiled alarming data, indicating that Europe is grappling with a "severe public health crisis" as nearly the...

Climate Protest Disrupts Australia’s Largest Coal Export Port

A climate change protest led by activist group Rising Tide has caused disruptions at Australia's biggest coal export port, the Port of Newcastle, located...

Delhi’s Air Quality Remains “Very Poor” for Sixth Consecutive Day

Delhi continues to grapple with hazardous air quality levels, persisting in the "very poor" category for the sixth consecutive day on Thursday. The 24-hour...

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...

Ice Cores from Nevado Huascaran Provide Insights into Amazon Basin’s Climate History

Scientists from Ohio State University (OSU) have studied ice cores from Nevado Huascaran, the world's highest tropical mountain located in the Peruvian Andes, to...

South Korean President’s Bilateral Visit to India in 2024 to Boost Tech Cooperation and Migration Agreement

New Delhi: Seoul is actively seeking a bilateral visit for President Yoon Suk Yeol to India in early 2024, as disclosed by sources familiar...

Delhi Government Considering Ban on Non-CNG, Non-Electric, and Non-BS-VI Diesel Passenger Buses Amidst Rising Pollution

In response to the worsening air quality in the national capital, the Delhi government is contemplating a complete ban on passenger buses that do...

UN Report says Global Emission Reductions Fall Short of Climate Goals by 2030 including worst impacts

A new report by the United Nations warns that global emissions are predicted to decrease by only 2 percent below 2019 levels by 2030,...

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...

Delhi’s Air Quality Crisis: Political Blame Game Amidst Pollution Surge

The air quality in several parts of Delhi has once again plunged to 'severe' levels, triggering a political blame game between the ruling Aam...

Iceland Declares State of Emergency Amidst Seismic Surge: Volcanic Eruption Imminent?

Iceland, known for its stunning landscapes, is on high alert as a series of powerful earthquakes strike the Reykjanes peninsula, prompting the declaration of...

Government Initiatives Propel Growth in Medical Education and Healthcare Infrastructure: Dr Jitendra Singh

In a recent address, Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State for Science & Technology, highlighted the government's commitment to making medical education more...

Bihar Breaks Reservation Barrier: Landmark Bills Propose 65% Quota, Elevating Caste Dynamics

In a groundbreaking move, the Bihar assembly has passed two bills aimed at increasing caste-based reservations in education and government employment to 65%, challenging...

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...

Light Rainfall Brings Respite from Toxic Air in Delhi-NCR, Artificial Rain Plan in Progress

Delhi received these showers as the city government plans to induce artificial rain on November 20-21 through cloud seeding, a proactive measure to tackle...

Glenn Maxwell’s Heroics Propel Australia to Remarkable Victory in Mumbai

Glenn Maxwell delivered an extraordinary performance in a crucial One Day International (ODI) match, guiding Australia to an astonishing three-wicket victory against Afghanistan. His...

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese Meets Chinese Premier Li Qiang, Signaling a Return to Diplomatic Engagement

In a significant diplomatic development, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met with Chinese Premier Li Qiang in Beijing on Tuesday, marking the first visit...

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...

Nepal Hit by Aftershock Following Devastating 6.4-Magnitude Earthquake

Kathmandu, Nepal faced further seismic activity with a 4.2-magnitude aftershock recorded in the aftermath of a devastating 6.4-magnitude earthquake that rocked the country's remote...

Growing Threat: Zoonotic Infections Could Kill 12 Times More People in 2050

A recent study published in BMJ Global Health warns that zoonotic infections, diseases that transfer from animals to humans, are poised to become a...

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...

Four Major Infrastructure Projects Worth Rs 23,500 Crore Recommended for Approval under PM Gati Shakti Initiative

Four infrastructure projects involving roads and railways with a combined worth of Rs 23,500 crore have been recommended for approval under the PM Gati...

A Novel Treatment Approach to Alleviate Indian Red Scorpion Venom Toxicity

Scorpion stings, particularly those inflicted by the Indian red scorpion (Mesobuthus tamulus), pose a significant threat to public health, necessitating innovative approaches for effective...

Anupam Kher’s Heartfelt Birthday Message to Son Sikandar Kher

In a heartwarming birthday tribute, veteran actor Anupam Kher penned a candid and touching message to his son, Sikandar Kher, on his 42nd birthday....

Enhancing Disaster Response: Jio Showcases Emergency Response Communication System at IMC

In times of natural disasters, effective communication is vital for swift and coordinated rescue operations. Unfortunately, communication systems often fail during such emergencies, leading...

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...

The Perilous Cascade: Understanding and Managing Cascading Disasters in the Himalayas

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According to the study, India contains volcanic and sedimentary rocks dating back 3.5 billion years and has a similar geological history to parts of...

Odisha will purchase 600 MW of wind power from SECI under Tranche – XIII Scheme of ISTS

Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI), Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India has signed a Power Sale Agreement (PSA) with...

Diabetes in India is 11.4%, hypertension is 35.5% and 15.3% of people have prediabetes accordingly to study

The prevalence of diabetes in India is 11.4 percent, while 35.5 percent and 15.3 percent of people have hypertension and prediabetes, respectively, according to...

Young chimpanzees and humans learn to communicate in the same way

A fascinating breakthrough in animal psychology has revealed that young chimpanzees combine various gestures, vocalizations and facial expressions in a way that resembles the...

Cyclone Biparjoy Live Updates: Cyclone Biparjoy will intensify into a severe cyclonic storm

Biparjoy Cyclone News Live: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday said that Cyclone 'Biparjoy' located over the East-Central and adjoining South-East Arabian Sea...

The Karnataka government launched the ‘Gruha Jyoti’ free electricity scheme & free bus travel for women

The Karnataka government on Monday launched the 'Gruha Jyoti' free electricity scheme, one of the five poll guarantees promised by the ruling Congress in...

Delhi saw more than 2.5 times more than normal rainfall: IMD

Delhi NCR wakes up to rain, thunderstorms; more showers likely in Northwest India. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the weather in Delhi...

Wireless stocks fell reported that Amazon was in talks to get the lowest possible wholesale prices

Major U.S. wireless carriers said Friday they are not negotiating with Amazon to offer low-cost wireless service to its Prime members. Wireless stocks fell...

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...

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...

9 Years Of Modi Government : Congress accuses BJP of ‘looting’ people

Attacking the Modi government, which completed nine years in office last week, the Congress on Monday accused it of "looting" people's earnings through "deadly...

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...

Urvashi Rautela, Sara Ali Khan, Neelam Kothari rock dramatic IIFA 2023 green carpet looks

A host of celebrities including Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Kamal Haasan, Sara Ali Khan, Vicky Kaushal and more attended the International Indian Film Academy...

Morning dust storm hits Delhi & IMD expects more rain, thunderstorms in next 2 hours

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted thunderstorms and dust storms along with light to moderate rainfall in Delhi and the adjoining National Capital...

Doctors are one step closer to creating a risk biomarker which warn pediatric stem cell transplant

Doctors are one step closer to creating a risk biomarker that will warn them which of their pediatric stem cell transplant patients are likely...

Ability of microorganisms to adapt to climate change will reduce global warming

According to a new study from Lund University in Sweden, the ability of microorganisms to adapt to climate change will reduce global warming by...

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...

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted All public buses must wait for women

The driver of a group bus has been suspended from duty until further notice for failing to stop for women commuters, Delhi Transport Minister...

Role of biofuels and the importance of G20 cooperation in achieving the full potential of biofuels

Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Shri Pankaj Jain highlighted the role of biofuels and the importance of G20 cooperation in achieving the...

PWD drainage master plan for the Najafgarh basin in Delhi for clean environment

The Public Works Department (PWD) appointed a consultant earlier this week to draw up a drainage master plan for the Najafgarh basin in Delhi,...

Cyclone Mocha has damaged more than 230 houses in Mizoram

At least 236 houses and eight refugee camps were damaged after Super Cyclone Mocha hit several parts of Mizoram, officials said on Monday. A...

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...

A total of 8,740 farm fire cases have been reported in Punjab this rabi season

Official data showed that the number of reported cases of wheat stubble burning in Punjab is close to 9,000 in the ongoing wheat harvest...

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Jennifer Mistry accuses Asit Modi of sexual harassment

Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal confirmed that she left the show in March, alleging that producers Sohil Ramani and Asit Modi sexually assaulted her. She claimed...

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...

Climate warming reduces diversity and significantly alters soil community structure

An international research team led by Jizhong Zhou, Ph.D., director of the Institute for Environmental Genomics at the University of Oklahoma, conducted a long-term...

Dr Jitendra Singh says this is the best time for Indian startups, innovators and the scientific fraternity

Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Dr Jitendra Singh said that it is the best time for Indian startups, innovators and the...

Marathi filmmaker accused Kareena Kapoor Khan of ignoring her fans

Filmmaker Mahesh Tilekar, best known for directing Marathi films, accused Kareena Kapoor Khan of ignoring her fans and even her co-stars. He cited an...

BRO rescues 40 tourists stranded near Nathula due to heavy rains

As many as 40 tourists stranded near Nathula in Sikkim due to heavy rains have been rescued by the Border Roads Organization (BRO), officials...

Salman Khan talked about past relationships and accept his fault & sure all his ex-girlfriends are happy now

Actor Salman Khan blamed himself as he opened up about his failed past relationships. In a new interview, the actor shared that he may...

Rainfall expected in eastern parts of India & no heat conditions develop in upcoming 5 days

Rainfall is expected in almost all parts of the country in the next few days, with hailstorm in northwest, central and eastern parts of...

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...

Special court in Mumbai is likely to deliver its verdict connection with the death of actor Jiah Khan

After nearly a decade, a special court of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in Mumbai is likely to deliver its verdict on Friday...

Beleaguered Adani Group consider an early and partial buyback of some of the company’s debt securities

India's Adani Ports and Special Economic Zones, a group company of the beleaguered Adani Group, said at a meeting, that it would consider an...

Due to climate change 90 percent of India in danger zone of heat wave

Heat wave in India are becoming more frequent and severe due to climate change, with more than 90 percent of the country in the...

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...

India Meteorological Department (IMD) says 70% chance of El Nino developing this monsoon

There is almost a 70% chance this monsoon will develop into an El Nino, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said, raising fears that the...

Volcano in the remote Russian Far East is spewing a 10 km high ash cloud

An active volcano on Russia's remote Kamchatka peninsula was still erupting on Wednesday, a scientific institute said, sending an ash plume 10 km high...

Do you know that Bats experience hearing loss as they age

Many mammals suffer hearing loss as they age, but bats were thought to be immune because of the importance of hearing for echolocation. However,...

Climate change makes India’s 46 major hydroelectric dams more vulnerable due to flooding risks

Climate change can significantly alter hydropower generation capacity. study examined hydroelectric dams in the country. The study expected increase in rainfall and warming, the...

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...

PM Narendra Modi release report says tiger population has decline in Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Tiger population has declined in the Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot that has not yet been declared an ecologically sensitive zone, according to the...

Students Land America’s First Rover on the Moon

After 65 years of lunar exploration, the United States is finally about to place its first autonomous rover on the moon. But this mission...

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...

Worm study paves way for healthy aging amid global warming

Scientists are harnessing the ability of the worm nervous system protein NPR-8 to control the expression of collagen, the primary building block of skin,...

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...

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...

India challenges WHO’s global model estimates for TB

 India has become the first country in the world to introduce its own model for estimating the burden of tuberculosis, opting to move away...

New clues to early miscarriage and how to predict it

Miscarriages are devastating and often seem to happen out of the blue, but scientists may have found a new high-tech way to predict which...

Government selects 9,000 schools for ‘PM-SHRI’ plan to set up model schools with smart classrooms

The Education Ministry has shortlisted 9,000 schools from across the country and will soon announce the first set of schools from among them to...

World Meteorological Day 2023: celebrate the founding of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), all you need to know

World Meteorological Day is celebrated every year on 23 March to commemorate the formal establishment of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in 1950. The...

Development of drugs that affect the brain to reduce cravings for junk food

According to a Rutgers study published in Molecular Metabolism, people whose mothers are overweight during pregnancy and breastfeeding may be obese as adults because...

Climate crisis: 6 key messages from the IPCC Synthesis Report brings together five years of research in climate science

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its Summary Report (SYR) on 20 March 2023. It summarizes the findings of six reports published...

Yami Gautam says Sustaining yourself in films is more of a challenge than achieving success

Although she started her film journey with a clear idea of ​​what kind of roles she wanted to portray, actor Yami Gautam says the...

Study sheds new light on ancient microbial dark matter

 Bacteria are found virtually everywhere, including dirt, hot springs, oceans, and even next to and inside other living things like humans. Although they are...

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...

TCS India CEO Gopinathan leaves, President Krithivasan takes over

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) CEO Rajesh Gopinathan is stepping down in an unexpected move to pursue other interests, raising concerns for India's largest IT...

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...

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...

New study found soft gingiva leads to inflammation, preventing the development of gingival fibers

 The many gingival fibers that connect the tooth to the gingiva, the tissue area that surrounds our teeth, allow healthy teeth to rest firmly...

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 and US sign memorandum of understanding on semiconductors

The United States and India will sign a memorandum of understanding on semiconductors as the two countries discuss investment coordination and continue dialogue on...

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,...

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...

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...

China has decided to develop LEO satellites to compete with SpaceX’s Starlink this year

China's military-industrial complex is expected to begin building its first constellation of very low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites later this year, China's latest effort...

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...