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Navigating the Global Crisis of Alzheimer’s Disease: Unraveling Complexities and Seeking Solutions

Alzheimer's disease, a relentless neurological condition, poses an escalating global challenge, with an ever-expanding number of individuals affected. Currently, over 55 million people worldwide...

Global Obesity Epidemic Hits One Billion Mark, Surpasses Underweight Population

In a sobering revelation, a global analysis published in The Lancet journal has unveiled a startling statistic: the total number of individuals worldwide living...

Water Woes: 8 Major Cities Facing the Threat of Running Dry

The global issue of water scarcity is becoming increasingly pressing, with several major cities facing the risk of running out of drinking water. Here...

China to Introduce Mandatory National Standards for Electric Bicycle Batteries Amid Safety Concerns

In response to growing public concern over the safety of electric bicycle batteries following a series of recent fires nationwide, China is gearing up...

Legal Battle Unfolds: IAS Official Smita Bharadwaj Seeks Recovery of Unpaid Child Support from Actor Husband

In the ongoing saga of a high-profile divorce case, senior IAS official Smita Bharadwaj has taken legal action against her actor husband Nitish Bharadwaj,...

Peaceful Coexistence with Bats: A Novel Strategy for Preventing Future Pandemics

Researchers at Cornell University and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) have put forth a groundbreaking approach to averting future pandemics: embracing peaceful coexistence with...

Nova-C lander is expected to land on the Moon on Thursday, February 22

A US-based company attempting to be the first private entity to land a spacecraft on the Moon recently shared stunning images of Earth from...

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 Treatment: New Drug Quadruples Survival Rates for Mesothelioma Patients

In a groundbreaking development, scientists in the United Kingdom have heralded a "truly wonderful" new drug as a potential game-changer in the fight against...

‘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...

NITI Aayog Launches GROW Report and Portal to Promote Agroforestry and Wasteland Restoration

Today, Prof Ramesh Chand, Member of NITI Aayog, unveiled the Greening and Restoration of Wasteland with Agroforestry (GROW) report and portal at NITI Aayog...

Unlocking the Mysteries of Blue Eyes: How Evolutionary Advantage Shaped the Window to Our Soul

The allure of blue eyes has captivated humans for generations, with their poetic resemblance to summer skies and tropical oceans. Yet, the prevalence of...

Strong Earthquake Hits Hawaii, No Tsunami Threat Reported

On Friday, Hawaii experienced a significant earthquake, according to US seismologists, though there is no risk of a tsunami. The quake, measuring 5.7 on...

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....

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...

WHO Warns of a 77% Surge in New Cases of cancer by 2050, Urges Global Action Against Tobacco, Alcohol, Obesity, and Air Pollution

The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has issued a stark warning about the escalating global cancer burden, projecting that...

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...

Study Suggests Growth Hormone Injections May Have Seeded Alzheimer’s Disease

A recent study has raised concerns about the long-term effects of growth hormone injections derived from cadavers, suggesting a potential link to Alzheimer's disease....

NASA’s Hubble Telescope Detects Water Vapor on Small Exoplanet

NASA astronomers, using the Hubble Space Telescope, have made a significant discovery by identifying the smallest exoplanet where water vapor has been detected in...

Turkey and Iran Seek Stability in the Middle East, Discuss Gaza Situation

Ankara, Turkey: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Iranian counterpart, Ebrahim Raisi, have affirmed their commitment to avoiding actions that could jeopardize stability...

Chinese Mars Mission Unearths Intriguing Polygon Structures Beneath Martian Surface

China's Zhurong mission, part of the Tianwen-1 Mars exploration initiative, has made a groundbreaking discovery beneath the Martian surface, revealing peculiar polygon structures buried...

Ancient Microfossils Find Earth’s Earliest Photosynthetic Evidence from Northern Australia Date Back 1.75 Billion Years

In a groundbreaking discovery, tiny microfossils encapsulated in ancient rocks for nearly 2 billion years have provided the earliest evidence of photosynthesis on Earth....

Revolutionary Breakthrough: Correct Colors of Neptune and Uranus Revealed in Recent Analysis

In a groundbreaking revelation, scientists have unveiled the true colors of Neptune and Uranus, dispelling decades-long misconceptions about the appearance of these distant planets....

Delhi Faces Setback in Air Quality: 2023 PM2.5 Levels Surpass 2022, Reversing Progress

Jan 05, 2024: In a concerning trend, Delhi witnessed a setback in its air quality, with annual PM2.5 levels for 2023 surpassing those recorded...

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...

Rolls-Royce Unveils Concept Nuclear Reactor for Moon Outpost

Rolls-Royce, the U.K. tech giant, has revealed a concept nuclear reactor designed to power a future lunar outpost. The mini reactor, approximately 3.3 feet...

Peering into the Centrifuge: Revolutionary Camera Reveals Fluid Dynamics

Maurice Mikkers, a former lab technician turned scientific photographer, has developed a revolutionary camera that allows us to peer inside the black box of...

Groundbreaking Discovery: Near-Infrared Light Used to Eliminate Cancer Cells

A collaborative research team from Rice University, Texas A&M University, and the University of Texas has achieved a groundbreaking discovery in the fight against...

Opposition Leaders Protest Against Suspension of MPs, Allege Undemocratic Approach

Leaders from the Opposition-led Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) bloc are set to stage street protests today, condemning the suspension of a significant...

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....

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...

Study Shows Delivering COVID-19 Vaccine to Respiratory Tract Enhances Protection in Monkeys

A recent study in monkeys indicates that delivering the COVID-19 vaccine directly to the respiratory tract, the primary site of SARS-CoV-2 infection, could lead...

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...

Effective Strategy to Reduce Alcohol Consumption: Linking Booze to Cancer and Encouraging Drink Counting

Researchers have identified an effective method for reducing alcohol consumption by emphasizing the increased risk of cancer associated with drinking and encouraging individuals to...

Global Cardiovascular Disease Report Highlights Urgent Need for Prevention Strategies

A new special report in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reveals that a world without cardiovascular disease (CVD) is feasible, yet...

Chief Justice of India, D Y Chandrachud, Illuminates Global Polarization Challenges, Celebrates India’s Democratic Resilience at Jamnalal Bajaj Awards

In a compelling address at the Jamnalal Bajaj Awards function, Chief Justice of India, D Y Chandrachud, shed light on the escalating polarization across...

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...

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....

Conservative Charles Koch Network Endorses Nikki Haley for 2024 Republican Presidential Nomination

The influential conservative U.S. political network led by billionaire Charles Koch has officially endorsed Nikki Haley for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. This endorsement...

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...

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...

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...

WHO says quitting smoking can significantly lower the risk of developing type-2 diabetes by 30-40 percent

In a joint effort, the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), and the University of Newcastle have highlighted a critical finding:...

India Successfully Tests Helina Anti-Tank Guided Missile

India has achieved a successful flight test of Helina, an Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM), in Pokhran. The test, part of user validation trials, marks...

First Human Trial of ‘Base Editing’ Shows Promise in Lowering Cholesterol, Raises Safety Concerns

In a groundbreaking development, the first trial of the gene-editing technique known as base editing has demonstrated promising results in reducing cholesterol levels. The...

Tragedy Strikes Hyderabad: Seven Lives Lost in Chemical Godown Fire; Brave Rescue Efforts Underway

In a devastating incident that unfolded on Monday in Telangana's Hyderabad, at least seven lives were tragically cut short, and three individuals sustained injuries...

El Niño Event Extends into 2024: A Warming World Faces New Challenges

El Niño's Lingering Impact on Global TemperaturesThe World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has issued a dire warning that the ongoing El Niño event is set...

The Role of Renewable Energy in a Sustainable Future

In recent years, the global community has become increasingly aware of the environmental challenges posed by climate change, pollution, and the depletion of finite...

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...

UN Report Warns of Critical Groundwater Depletion Tipping Points in India

A recent report published by the United Nations highlights alarming concerns about the depletion of groundwater in the Indo-Gangetic basin, particularly in India. Titled...

India’s Ambitious River-Linking Plan: Impact on Monsoon and Water Resources

India's ambitious project to link several rivers and divert vast quantities of water for irrigation has been a subject of both fascination and concern....

Magnitude 6.1 Earthquake Strikes Nepal, Epicenter Near Kathmandu

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Nepal on Sunday. The earthquake's epicenter was near Dhading, located approximately 55 km (35 miles) west of Kathmandu. While...

Mars Reveals Surprising Seismic Activity Triggered by Tectonic Forces, Not Asteroid Impacts

A recent analysis of a powerful quake on Mars has uncovered unexpected levels of seismic activity on the Red Planet, challenging previous assumptions about...

Rite Aid Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Names New CEO Amid Opioid Lawsuits

Rite Aid, a major drugstore chain, has taken a significant step by filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. This move serves multiple purposes, including temporarily...

Volcanic Eruptions and Astronomical Cycles Linked to Historical Climate Change, Study Reveals

A recent analysis published in the journal Earth-Science Reviews sheds light on the connection between large volcanic eruptions, astronomical cycles, and historical climate change....

Unprecedented Heatwaves of 2023 Underscore Climate Change’s Dire Health Impact

The summer of 2023 in the Northern Hemisphere has set alarming records for extreme heatwaves, underlining the immediate health risks associated with climate change....

Flash Floods in Sikkim: Ongoing Rescue Efforts and Updates from the affected region

In the wake of the devastating flash floods that struck Sikkim, the situation remains challenging, with ongoing rescue efforts and updates pouring in from...

Bengal Flood Situation: 10,000 People Rescued; Governor to Visit Affected Areas

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee expressed deep concern about the flood-like situation in the state and revealed that around 10,000 individuals have been...

Air pollution Killing Millions of People every year globally: Biggest Enemy of Humans

In an alarming revelation, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that air pollution has evolved into a global public health emergency, causing over...

$45 Million Grant Supports Development of Implant Technology to Revolutionize Cancer Treatment

A team of scientists at Rice University in the United States has been awarded a $45 million grant to develop groundbreaking implant technology that...

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,...

India Ageing Report 2023 Reveals Challenges and Opportunities in Elderly Care

New Delhi, India – UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) India, in partnership with the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), has unveiled the much-anticipated...

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...

Old parliament called now as Samvidhan Sadan as a New Chapter Begins as India’s Parliament Moves to Its Modern Home

In a momentous shift in India's political landscape, the old Parliament building, steeped in history, has been given a new name—'Samvidhan Sadan', announced by...

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."...

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...

Climate Change’s Chilling Impact on Global Rivers leads to Troubling Tale of Water Quality

In the intricate tapestry of our planet's ecosystems, rivers have long been the lifeblood, nurturing not only the lands they flow through but also...

The Nipah Virus infection: A Stealthy Killer with Alarming Symptoms and signs

Nipah virus infection in humans presents an unsettling array of clinical manifestations. Some individuals carry the virus without ever showing symptoms, silently harboring this...

Republican lawmakers impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden now dismisses Impeachment Inquiry as Baseless

The White House has categorically rejected what it calls "baseless" allegations against President Joe Biden after Republican lawmakers initiated an impeachment inquiry against him....

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...

Tragedy Strikes Morocco: 296 Lives Lost in Devastating Earthquake

In a harrowing turn of events, Morocco was shaken to its core as a powerful 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck on Friday night, claiming the lives...

Sushmita Sen: The Graceful Journey of India’s First Miss Universe

Sushmita Sen, an epitome of grace, beauty, and resilience, is a name that resonates with elegance and success. Born on November 19, 1975, in...

India Braces for Driest August in Over a Century: El Nino’s Impact Unveiled

India is standing on the precipice of experiencing the driest August since 1901, a historic phenomenon attributed to the intensifying influence of El Nino....

Delhi’s Air Pollution Shortens Life Expectancy by 11.9 Years, Reveals Study

A new study has exposed the grave toll that air pollution is taking on the residents of the National Capital Territory of Delhi, often...

Hotter Temps, Stronger Threat: Study Reveals Link Between Dengue Virus and Rising Temperatures

As temperatures continue to rise, so does the potential threat posed by the Dengue virus, a recent study warns. Researchers at the Rajiv Gandhi...

IMD Weather Alert: ‘Yellow’ Alert Himachal Pradesh Braces for Heavy Rainfall Amidst Landslide and Flood Threats

As Himachal Pradesh grapples with the aftermath of devastating landslides and flash floods, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a stark 'yellow' alert...

BRICS Alliance Expands: Six New Nations Join Bloc to Elevate the ‘Global South’ Agenda

The BRICS consortium has extended a coveted invitation to six nations, marking a significant expansion of the group's membership. The resounding call for unity...

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...

Unleashing Earth’s Cooling Secret: Harnessing Soil Power to Combat Climate Heat

A recent study has delved into the intricate ways in which soil carbon contributes to the regulation of our planet's temperature, shedding light on...

Unlocking Minds: New Brain Scanning Technique poised to Revolutionize Psychiatric Treatments

In a groundbreaking leap for neuroscience, the enigma of psychiatric treatments is being unraveled by a trailblazing brain scanning innovation. Known as decoded neurofeedback...

Antibodies extracted from 800-year-old medieval human teeth found stable and still recognize viral proteins

Antibodies are proteins produced by the immune system as a natural response to infectious organisms such as viruses and bacteria. Teeth may be able...

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...

The new Central Sector Scheme ‘PM Vishwakarma’ with a financial outlay of Rs 13,000 crore

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, today approved the new Central Sector Scheme 'PM Vishwakarma' with a...

New species of whale fossil has been discovered weighed 187 kg, named after a king of ancient Egypt

The whale fossil includes a skull, jaw, teeth and fragments of vertebrae, the researchers said. The mammal was about 8 feet long and weighed...

The Sedition Act remains a criminal offense under a proposed Indian law introduced in the Lok Sabha

Union Home Minister Amit Shah is speaking in the Lok Sabha on Friday about introducing three Criminal Law Reform Bills to replace the IPC,...

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...

A lizard-like species fossil has been discovered that lived 247 million years ago in Australia

Researchers have identified a new species of amphibian that thrived in Australia around 247 million years ago, the BBC reported. The finding ends a...

Six dead, 2 dozen injured, historic city burned to ashes in fire in Lahaina, Hawaii

A wildfire in Lahaina, Maui, kills at least six people, destroys buildings and forces residents to flee. The governor declares a state of emergency....

In Himachal Pradesh 200 rain-related deaths have been reported and 31 people are missing

In the last 41 days since the monsoon broke out in Himachal Pradesh, nearly 200 rain-related deaths have been reported and 31 people are...

Climate change is exacerbating water scarcity for billions of people around the world: Expansion of new and traditional solutions

This year's United Nations water conference the first in nearly 50 years failed to produce a binding agreement. However, this event that took place...

World Bank raised Pandemic Fund awarding the first grants to help countries better prepare for future pandemics

The Pandemic Fund Board of Trustees has approved grants in the first round of funding to increase resilience to future pandemics in 37 countries...

IMD predict heaviest rain in August first week over East, Northeast and East Central India

The India Meteorological Department or IMD has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall over East, Northeast and East Central India during the next four...

How deep and long thinking makes the brain tired: What scientists through on this?

You have been doing deep focused work all day. Now you're mentally screwed. Deleted. Exhausted. But you are trying to finish the project. Should...

Disaster Focus: Typhoon Doksuri swept into China’s southeast Fujian province due to unleashing heavy rain and gusty winds

Typhoon Doksuri swept into China's southeast Fujian province on Friday, unleashing heavy rain and gusty winds that whipped power lines, sparked fires, uprooted trees...

Researcher revealing & identifying hotspots where the wildlife trade could cause the most damage

Every year, more than 100 million plants and animals are traded both legally and illegally around the world. But whether this is sustainable remains...

California nodule plant, Acmispon strigosus and a set of eight compatible nitrogen fixing bacterial strains

A team led by scientists from the University of California, Riverside, set up experiments to answer these questions and better understand the competition process....

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...

IMD issued a fresh weather warning for the next five days due to cyclonic circulation

As several states continued to reel from heavy monsoon rains, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a fresh weather warning for the next five...

Orange warning for parts of Mumbai with heavy rainfall likely to continue

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a warning that heavy to very heavy rains are very likely to occur in parts of Mumbai and...

WHO says sweetener aspartame is a “possible carcinogen” but consumption at agreed levels remains safe

The sweetener aspartame is a "possible carcinogen" but consumption at agreed levels remains safe, two groups linked to the World Health Organization (WHO) said...

India pushes for digital transformation and reaches consensus on Ukraine crisis at G20

India's inclusion among developed and emerging economies at the G20 is helping it push proposals in areas such as digital transformation and climate justice...

World Meteorological Organization says that July week break all records of heat wave

The start of July was the hottest week on record, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Monday. This is followed by the warmest...

Delhi has been hit by its heaviest rain in 21 years, triggering a ‘yellow’ alert

The first bout of heavy monsoon rains wreaked havoc in residential and commercial areas of Delhi on Saturday, with flooded roads and overflowing drains...

Fire broke out in one of the reserved compartments of Howrah-Hyderabad Falaknuma Superfast Express

Hundreds of passengers of the Howrah-Hyderabad Falaknuma Superfast Express had a miraculous escape after a fire broke out in one of the reserved compartments...

Do you know about  gravitational hole ? Could the Indian Ocean’s ‘Gravity Hole’ Open the Door to the Mystery of Earth’s Origin?

According to a recent study, the Indian Ocean harbors a colossal and mysterious phenomenon known as a 'Gravity Hole', which scientists now suspect may...

Rising temperatures make it harder for birds to reproduce

Rising global temperatures are making it harder for birds to tell when it's spring and breeding time, researchers have found. Research led by researchers...

The ring world of Saturn captures by James Webb Space Telescope in first near-infrared observation of the Saturn

On June 25, 2023, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope turned to the known ringed world Saturn for the first near-infrared observation of the planet....

Model of a human embryo derived from stem cells has been created in the lab

A model of a human embryo derived from stem cells has been created in the lab, a breakthrough that scientists say could help understand...

In rural India, the summer heat can be deadly, 11,000 people have died during heat waves this century

With sirens blaring, Sunil Kumar Naik's ambulance tore through the dry and rocky landscape ravaged by the dangerous midday heat and rushed to check...

Granules India significant loss in revenue and profitability due to a cyber security attack the pharmaceutical company

Granules India on Thursday warned of a significant loss in revenue and profitability due to a cyber security attack the pharmaceutical company faced late...

REC Limited has decided to extend a financial assistance of Rs. 3,045 crores

REC Limited, a Maharatna Central Public Sector Enterprise under the Union Ministry of Power, has decided to extend a financial assistance of Rs. 3,045...

Patients with kidney failure was 23 percent lower in patients treated with high-dose hemodiafiltration

According to a recent study from the CONVINCE collaboration led by the University Medical Center Utrecht, the mortality of patients with kidney failure was...

A 6.3-magnitude earthquake hit the coast of central Mexico

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of central Mexico, the National Center for Seismology (NCS) said Monday. The earthquake occurred at 2 a.m....

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...

Study shows that evening person had a slightly increased risk of death than morning person

A 37-year study of nearly 23,000 Finnish twins found that lifestyle choices, such as smoking or drinking, affected a person's health more than their...

Due to extreme heat 34 hospital patients die in UP’s Ballia

At least 34 people admitted to a district hospital in Uttar Pradesh's Ballia have died in the last 24 hours due to extreme heat,...

W20 highlighting the call to action for India’s chairmanship in 5 key priority areas

Held in Mahabalipuram Tamil Nadu on the theme 'Women Led Development - Transform, Thrive and Transcend', the Summit was launched today in the dignified...

Long-term covid patients suffer from persistent inflammation

A hyperactive inflammatory response could be the cause of many prolonged cases of Covid, according to a new study. Looking at proteins circulating in...

Taking diabetes pill metformin after SARS-CoV-2 infection reduces long-term Covid symptoms in 40% of patients

Forty percent fewer people who tested positive for Covid showed prolonged Covid symptoms over 10 months, after two weeks of treatment with a common...

Cyclone Biparjoy rapidly intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm over Kerala and Bay of Bengal

Cyclone Biparjoy the year's first storm in the Arabian Sea, has rapidly intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm, with forecasters predicting a "moderate"...

World Bank caps India’s growth in FY24, slowdown in private consumption and a sharp global slowdown

The World Bank revised down its growth forecast for India for 2023-24 due to a slowdown in private consumption and a sharp global slowdown,...

Stress can increase your risk of heart disease

Stress is a normal part of life. Stress can come from physical causes such as lack of sleep or illness. Another cause of stress...

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...

Is that coastal habitats play a key role in reducing carbon emissions?

Salt marshes, seagrass meadows and coral reefs around the world have been popular tourist destinations for centuries, but what if we said that these...

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...

NASA is spicing up the astronauts’ diet with the production of food from deep space

In the 2015 sci-fi film "The Martian," Matt Damon stars as an astronaut who survives on a diet of potatoes grown in human feces...

Heart failure patients are more likely to die from their condition on polluted days

Heart failure patients are more likely to die from their condition on polluted days and up to two days after, according to the study....

China recorded 65 million Covid-19 infections cases at the end of June 2023

China is likely to see the peak of the Covid-19 wave at around 65 million infections a week by the end of June, according...

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...

Obesity affects the ability of some mouth cancers to evade the immune system

A study has discovered a method through which obesity affects the ability of some mouth cancers to evade the immune system. A team from...

IMD issues heat wave warning for Delhi-NCR as temperature partly touches 46 degrees

With parts of Delhi recording a maximum temperature of around 46 degrees Celsius on Sunday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a heatwave...

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,...

Technology that can detect symptoms of Parkinson’s disease in urine samples

A team of researchers has developed technology that can detect symptoms of Parkinson's disease in urine samples. This approach allows researchers to assess whether...

Cigarette butts release thousands of deadly toxins into the environment

 Many smokers and non-smokers are familiar with the musty smell of old cigarette butts that litter sidewalks, bus stops and beaches around the world....

Delhi recorded 199 New coronavirus cases with 3 deaths

Delhi recorded 199 fresh coronavirus cases with a positivity rate of 7.07 per cent and three Covid-linked deaths on Thursday, according to data shared...

Dengue virus has evolved “dramatically” in India over the past few decades

The dengue virus has evolved "dramatically" in India over the past few decades, according to a study led by scientists at the Indian Institute...

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...

Scientists found a solution to help form blood clots at sites of internal injury

Scientists in the US have designed a two component material that can be injected into the body to help form blood clots at sites...

National Health Accounts says that health expenditure in India in 2019-20 was the highest ever

According to the Union Health Ministry's National Health Accounts (NHA) estimates released on Tuesday, with the government share increased sharply real per capita health...

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....

The early stages of HIV infection in the human body

 The body's immune system is attacked by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). If left untreated, it can lead to autoimmune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). When a...

Australia signs land deal for proposed battery plant for domestic processing of more important minerals

The state of Western Australia will allocate land to a battery metal processing facility designed by IGO Ltd and Wyloo Metals, which is backed...

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....

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...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured a stunning image of the solar system’s other ice giant

Footsteps of the Neptune image released in 2022, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has captured a stunning image of the solar system's other ice...

Early menopause without hormone treatment may put Alzheimer’s at risk

Women are more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's disease (AD), with women accounting for two-thirds of the population living with AD. A new...

 Obstructive sleep apnea and early cognitive decline has been found

Researchers have shown that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) causes early cognitive decline in middle-aged men, even in otherwise healthy and non-obese patients. An international...

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,...

Original COVID SARS-CoV-2 Data from Wuhan Market Released

Researchers from the Chinese Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC) have released the eagerly awaited analysis1 of swabs taken from a wet...

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...

The study may help find patients who need a liver transplant

The findings by researchers at Rutgers, the University of Michigan, the University of Texas Southwestern and the Medical University of South Carolina could save...

Scientist found a protein that repairs cardiac injury using cellular reprogramming after an attack

The ability of the body's cells to 'turn on' and 'turn off' selected genes and change what they do. Scientists have identified a group...

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...

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...

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...

Did you know  artificial intelligence can predict genetics of cancerous brain tumors ?

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

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...

Did you know that Traffic noise can raise blood pressure ?

Dealing with traffic noise is annoying, but new research shows it can actually raise your blood pressure. The study, published in the Journal of...

How does Finland remain the happiest country in the world?

After topping the World Happiness Report for the sixth year in a row, the Scandinavian nation is offering a free four-day trip to teach...

Vladimir Putin’s ally suggests banning ICC in Russia

The speaker of Russia's parliament proposed on Saturday to ban the International Criminal Court (ICC) after the court issued an arrest warrant for President...

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...

All types of hormonal contraception can increase the risk of breast cancer

Progestin-only birth control pills are a common form of hormonal contraception, but knowledge of their association with breast cancer risk has been limited. In...

Debate over whether Indian cricket team will go to Pakistan for the Asia Cup is only getting heated

With each passing day, the debates about whether the Indian cricket team will travel to Pakistan for the Asia Cup are only heating up....

No evidence of severity of new Covid variant

XBB.1.16 has become the predominant variant of Sars-CoV-2 in India, according to a genome sequence analysis published by Indian experts, who said that the...

Beethoven’s genome map reveals clues about his health, death and family history

An international team of scientists has sequenced Ludwig van Beethoven's genome for the first time using five genetically matched strands of the famous composer's...

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...

Research suggests that blood immune cells can proliferate

The ability of a cell to multiply and divide is essential for life, leading to the development of complex creatures from a single cell....

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...

System to assesses freshwater supplies and strategies for managing sustainable management

A comprehensive new study led by the University of Texas at Austin provides an overview of the world's freshwater supplies as well as solutions...

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....

Cholesterol lowering medicine is seen to have shown significant potential in loweing the risk of heart diseases

According to a new study by Columbia University researchers, cholesterol-lowering medicines known as statins have the potential to minimise heart disease in persons with...

Mediterranean diet linked to lower risk of dementia

 A typical Mediterranean-style diet rich in items such as fish, fruit and nuts can help reduce the risk of dementia by nearly a quarter,...

Covid pandemic long-term impact on adolescent mental health and substance use

 The COVID-19 pandemic is having a long-term impact on mental health and substance use among adolescents, according to a study published in The Lancet...

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...

Study reveals how urine test can detect bladder cancer years before diagnosis

Testing for genetic changes in urine can detect bladder cancer years before clinical symptoms appear, according to a recent study. Researchers from France, Iran...

Study found lack of insulin associated with type 1 diabetes leads to a smaller pancreas

A person with type 1 diabetes has a smaller pancreas than a person without the disease. This is unexpected because insulin-producing beta-cells make up...

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...

Study investigates effects of hormone replacement therapy on postmenopausal cardiovascular disease

Many people are familiar with the short-term symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, which are caused by changes in reproductive hormones. Yet what...

Ultra soft hydrogel based sensor for overactive bladder monitoring stomach problems in modern life

Ultra soft hydrogel based sensor for overactive bladder monitoring It seems that our stomach problems have been exacerbated by modern life. Irritable bowel syndrome...

In Germany several dead after shooting in the church of Jehovah’s Witnesses

Shots were fired at a building used by Jehovah's Witnesses in the northern German city of Hamburg on Thursday night, killing or wounding several...

Sisodia vs BJP, AAP vs Centre, Yogi vs Mafia Raj’ Khan Market and politics of bulldozer

 Khan market gang which briefly turned into 'George Soros gang'. And then there's the most wanted gang of all—yes, you guessed it—the one and...

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...

Study reveals potential treatment for autoimmune diseases when immune system does not work properly

Japanese researchers have identified a chemical that can be used to treat a variety of autoimmune conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. Some...

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...

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...

Discovery of DNA repair could improve biotechnology, How DNA double-strand breaks are repaired?

A team of researchers from Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine has made a discovery that may have implications for gene editing therapeutic...

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...

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...

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...

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)...

Scientists identified unknown species circovirus in human hepatitis

Scientists have identified a previously unknown species of circovirus, tentatively named human circovirus 1 (HCirV-1). The research was carried out by scientists from Institut...

Study creates new human organoid models of fatty liver

Scientists have created new models of human organoid fatty liver. They used these models to elucidate drug responses and created a CRISPR screening platform...

 “E-Bandage” developed to speeds up healing by 30%

Researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind small, flexible, stretchable bandage that speeds healing by 30 percent by delivering electrotherapy directly to the wound site. In...

A 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck Tajikistan near the border with China

An earthquake measuring about 7.2 magnitude struck Tajikistan at 8:37 a.m. (0037 GMT) on Thursday at a depth of 10 km (6 miles), Chinese...

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...

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....

study finds: Human contact is linked to happier and healthier dairy calves

In a recent study published in JDS Communications, published by Elsevier, researchers at the University of Florida showed that socializing with other calves and...

Research claims migration of prehistoric people in Southeast Asia was caused by rising sea levels

An interdisciplinary team of scientists at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU, Singapore) found that rapid sea-level rise prompted early settlers in Southeast Asia to...

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...

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...

All India Muslim Personal Law Board to Supreme Court that Entry of women into mosques for offering namaz allowed

 The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that entry of women into mosques for offering namaz is...

External Affairs Minister Jaishankar announced relief efforts and expressed solidarity, medicine and other relief supplies to Turkey

Following the devastating earthquake that rocked Turkey and Syria, the government launched a humanitarian response on Tuesday, deploying a C-17 aircraft with search and...

AWE instrument has undergone electromagnetic interference/electromagnetic compatibility test and completes test

NASA's Atmospheric Waves Experiment (AWE) has successfully completed its critical tests of the space environment. AWE, which is planned for launch on the International...

Million tons of CO2, India contributed only about 4% of global cumulative greenhouse gas emissions between 1850 and 2019

Minister of State for Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha,...

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...

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...

Brazil declared a state of health after 570 Yanoman children died of malnutrition

Brazil's health ministry has declared a medical emergency in Yanomami territory, the country's largest indigenous reserve bordering Venezuela, following reports of children dying of...

World Health Organization has issued new guidelines for Covid

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued new guidelines for those who contract the Covid virus as new variants spread in several countries. The...

Safdarjung Hospital became the first central hospital to deliver an in-vitro fertilization (IVF) baby

At Safdarjung Hospital, a 36-year-old woman gave birth to a baby boy for the first time through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) on Friday, doctors at...

A year after the volcano erupted, many of Tonga’s cliffs remained silent

A year after a massive eruption of an underwater volcano in the South Pacific, the island nation of Tonga is still dealing with damage...

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...

IMD issues red alert for fog, Cold wave and dense fog prevail in North India

Severe cold waves and dense fog continued to prevail in northern India on Tuesday, with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issuing red and yellow...

SII CEO Adar Poonawalla says Covovax vaccine to be approved in next 10-15 days

The CEO of the Serum Institute of India, Adar Poonawalla, said that their Covovax vaccine will be approved as a booster against Covid-19 in...

Researchers says Good hydration levels is key to a longer and healthier life: Study

According to a National Institutes of Health (NIH) study, adults who stay well-hydrated appear to be healthier, suffer from fewer chronic diseases like heart...

Lower Influenza Prevalence Associated with Covid Public: New study

Research published in the journal Health Data Science provides preliminary evidence of a long-term relationship between prevention and control measures and influenza transmission in...

Researchers found high risk of infection after Vaccinations and boosters dose in California prison

A study in California prisons found recent vaccinations and revaccinations have reduced contagiousness, but the risk of infection remains high, Vaccinations and boosters, especially...

What is the new variant of Covid XBB.1.5 ? Why it’s spread much faster than the old XBB or BQ ?

Data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that more than 40% of Covid-19 cases in the United States are...

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar says border challengers have become stronger during Covid and India’s relations with China are not normal now

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday sent a stern message to Pakistan and China while interacting with the Indian community in Cyprus. India...

More than 8.5 crore teleconsultations and more than 1.60 crore wellness sessions conducted at AB-HWCs

In a significant achievement demonstrating the strengthening of the country's healthcare infrastructure, India has crossed a major milestone of operationalizing 150,000 Ayushman Bharat Health...

Health focus : Smartwatch data shows the Covid booster vaccine is safe

A booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, according to a study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine that monitored heart measurements using...

Cough syrup case: UP drug department collects 6 more samples after inspection at pharmaceutical Marion Biotech firm

A team of central agencies and Uttar Pradesh's drug department on Thursday inspected the Noida office of a pharmaceutical firm whose cough syrup is...

18 children die in Uzbekistan linked to cough syrup produced in Noida by drugmaker Marion Biotech

India on Tuesday conducting an investigation into a Noida-based drugmaker after the deaths of 18 children in Uzbekistan were linked to a syrup the...

Cerebral brain eating amoeba causes “primary amoebic meningoencephalitis” (PAM), which is widely considered fatal

A South Korean man who returned from Thailand died of an infection caused by Naegleria fowleri a "brain-eating" amoeba commonly found in warm freshwater...

Researchers from India, Israel and the US are trying to develop a drug to treat rare disease ‘GNB1 encephalopathy’

Scientists from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, Tel Aviv University and Columbia University are studying a rare genetic brain disease called 'GNB1...

Public health experts to discuss Covid-19 and was urged to allow people to enjoy a second booster shot of the coronavirus

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Monday held a meeting with representatives of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) and other top doctors and public...

India plans to introduce a mandatory report of a negative COVID-19 test for travelers

India plans to introduce a mandatory report of a negative COVID-19 test for travelers arriving from countries with a high number of cases, the...

Environment focus : Dr Jitendra Singh informed NDMA & IMD are working with 23 states to develop heat action plans

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

Adoption of landfill gas capture and utilization processes in sanitary waste landfills can reduce greenhouse gas emissions

According to new research published in the Journal of Cleaner Production, biodegradable medical gowns that are supposed to be greener than conventional versions are...

Economy focus : Arvind Kejriwal said BF.7 Omicron has not been detected in Delhi so far

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said the new BF.7 Omicron sub-variant of the coronavirus, which is causing a surge in cases in many...

Highlights of ABDM’s Digital Health Incentive Scheme aims to provide further support to digital health transactions in country

The National Health Authority (NHA) has announced the Digital Health Scheme (DHIS) for stakeholders in the digital health ecosystem. The scheme aims to provide...

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...

New study : Loss of smell is one of the most common symptoms of prolonged Covid

Loss of smell is one of the most common symptoms of prolonged Covid, according to a new study. According to research, it reveals that...

100 birds have been culled in the southern Indian state of Kerala in cases of avian influenza

Hundreds of birds have been culled in the southern Indian state of Kerala, where the district has seen a rise in cases of avian...

China still struggling with the covid-19 cases & under-vaccinated seniors suddenly find infection after 3 years

Administrators at Xiangfu Nursing Home, a state-of-the-art facility for the elderly in Shanghai's Changning district, are struggling to keep up with the sudden end...

During the last 5 years, AAI has leased out six of its airports at 6 states under PPP

During the last 5 years, AAI has leased out six of its airports at Lucknow, Ahmedabad, Mangaluru, Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram for better operation,...

China will see hundreds of thousands of Covid-19 cases & will recover within 7 to 10 days

China will see hundreds of thousands of Covid-19 cases in the coming days, but the vast majority will recover within seven to 10 days,...

Dr Jitendra Singh said that IMD has implemented a seamless forecasting system from the 2021 monsoon season

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

Young women diagnosed breast cancer often have to delay pregnancy for years while taking hormone-blocking pills

Young women diagnosed with breast cancer often have to delay pregnancy for years while taking hormone-blocking pills. A reassuring new study has found that...

Dimple Yadav has maintained a huge lead in the prestige battle for the Samajwadi Party bastion in UP

Dimple Yadav, the former wife of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, has maintained a huge lead in the prestige battle for the Samajwadi...

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries denied entry to its key US market after the drug regulator placed

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd's supply of drugs from its Gujarat factory could be denied entry to its key US market after the drug regulator...

China should change its official name for Covid-19 to reflect the mutation of the virus

China should change its official name for Covid-19 to reflect the mutation of the virus, and patients with mild symptoms should be allowed to...

Disaster Focus : 34 people died when a landslide buried a bus in northwestern Colombia

At least 34 people died when a landslide buried a bus in northwestern Colombia on Sunday, the government's disaster agency said Monday. A landslide...

Daily 5,006 covid cases found in Beijing & now China shift toward strict Covid restrictions

China's sudden shift toward easing strict Covid restrictions continued on Sunday, easing further restrictions in cities including Shanghai amid fears of a surge in...

The world’s first intranasal vaccine for COVID developed by India has received approval from the CDSCO

The world's first intranasal vaccine for COVID developed by India has received approval from the Central Drug Control Organization (CDSCO) for limited emergency use...

Health Focus :World’s first early screening test for pancreatic cancer has developed by Japanese biotech firm

A Japanese biotech firm says it has developed the world's first early screening test for pancreatic cancer, using the powerful noses of tiny worms....

Pollution levels were in the “very poor” category in Delhi

Pollution levels were in the "very poor" category in Delhi on Tuesday morning with an hourly air quality index (AQI) of 351 at 7...

China recorded its fifth daily record of 40,347 covid cases

It's a double whammy for China as Covid cases continued to rise while anti-government protests raged in many parts of the country on Sunday....

Shockingly china reported 35,183 new Covid-19 infections

China reported 35,183 new Covid-19 infections, of which 3,474 were symptomatic and 31,709 were asymptomatic, the National Health Commission said on Saturday, a new...

China’s daily number of Covid cases climbed to its highest since the start of the pandemic

China's daily number of Covid cases climbed to its highest since the start of the pandemic, official data showed on Thursday, despite the government...

Air quality in Delhi continued to remain in the ‘poor’ category with 217 AQI

Air quality in Delhi continued to remain in the 'poor' category on Thursday morning with the Air Quality Index (AQI) reading of 217 on...

IIT Delhi found brain changes in patients who recovered from the Covid-19 virus

A study by scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) (IIT) Delhi found brain changes in patients who recovered from the Covid-19 virus....

Health Focus: How to manage mental health in diabetics & How to support someone with diabetes

Living with diabetes alone can affect a person's mental health because of the many aspects of managing it, and a person may need emotional...

Cases of lung cancer in India are increasing at a rapid pace & common myths related to lung cancer

Even though the cases of lung cancer in India are increasing at a rapid pace, there are many misconceptions associated with it and the...

Due to the carelessness of the doctors 17-year-old Child died in Chennai

The Tamil Nadu government has suspended two doctors for medical negligence following the death of a teenage footballer at a hospital in Chennai. 17-year-old...

Mangrove species in the Chilika and Sundarbans likely to decline and move inland by 2070

Some mangrove species in the Chilika and Sundarbans along the east coast and Dwarka and Porbandar along the west coast of India are likely...

Health Focus : Covid-19 protocols for Indians planning to come to China

Pre-departure Covid-19 protocols for Indians planning to come to China have been simplified, the Chinese embassy in Delhi announced late on Sunday, days after...

Study found more lightning over the mountains & Less lightning in lower terrain in central Europe

A study led by Newcastle University and the Met Office, published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, This could lead to more lightning over...

The top 20 emitters are developing countries, including India, which are not responsible for the warming

India, backed by other developing countries, has blocked an attempt by rich countries to target all 20 top carbon dioxide producers during discussions on...

PM Narendra Modi reviving global growth, ensuring food and energy security and addressing issues related to health In G20

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said he will hold wide-ranging discussions with G20 leaders in Bali on key challenges such as reviving global...

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol will attend a meeting of ASEAN and the Group of 20

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol will attend a meeting of ASEAN and the Group of 20 industrialized nations this month, a senior administration official...

New study Focus: Researchers  said that transmission of MPXV through MSM was the main reason of monkeypox outbreak

The report, published in the journal "Clinical presentation, viral kinetics and case management of human monkeypox from New Delhi, India 2022", says that increased...

Researchers said 3.8 million lives could be saved from coronavirus if they follow safety rules

If coronavirus vaccines were distributed more equitably to lower-income countries, and wealthier countries maintained mitigation measures such as smaller gatherings and wearing masks for...

Indian patients infected with Omicron sub-lineage XBB COVID-19 have mild disease

Indian patients infected with Omicron sub-lineage XBB COVID-19 have mild disease and no increase in severity, INSACOG said. The expert panel said that the...

Climate Focus : India is suffering severe losses and damages due to the climate crisis

India has seen a localized climate disaster almost every day in the first nine months of 2022, the Center for Science and Environment said...

Economic focus :The failure of rich countries to meet their $100 billion pledge to help poorer countries deal with the climate crisis

The failure of rich countries to meet their $100 billion pledge to help poorer countries deal with the climate crisis is expected to be...

Indonesia’s Food and Drug Agency has revoked the licenses of two local firms to produce a syrup-type medicine

Indonesia's Food and Drug Agency announced on Monday that it has revoked the licenses of two local firms to produce a syrup-type medicine for...

Covid cases in mainland China reached 2,898 : Health Focus

The number of cases in mainland China reached 2,898 on Sunday, surpassing 2,000 for the second day in a row, the biggest nationwide increase...

Researchers identified antibody “S2X324” in humans was largely unaffected Omicron strains

Researchers identified a pan-variant neutralizing antibody called S2X324 in humans whose neutralizing ability was largely unaffected by any of the Omicron strains of the...

US Special Envoy for Climate said It would be “very powerful” if King Charles attended the COP27

It would be "very powerful" if King Charles attended the COP27 climate summit in Egypt, US Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry said, adding...

WHO released the Global TB Report & impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on TB worldwide

WHO released the Global TB Report 2022 on 27 October 2022. The report notes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the diagnosis, treatment...

Joe Biden will travel to Egypt to attend the COP27 US climate change summit

US President Joe Biden will travel to Egypt next month to attend the COP27 United Nations climate change summit to build on the important...

Health Focus: Sleeping less than five hours may associated with an increased risk of two chronic diseases

Research analyzed the impact of sleep duration on the health of more than 7,000 men and women aged 50, 60 and 70 from the...

Rs 254 crore has been earned through the disposal of scrap in Special Swachhta 2.0 campaign

Over Rs 254 crore has been earned so far through the disposal of scrap, including scrap disposal, in the short span of three weeks...

Why should pregnant lady aware of eclipse & Will the eclipse poison any food that is prepared during the event?

For the uninitiated, a partial solar eclipse is when the Earth moves through the lunar penumbra as the Moon travels between the Earth and...

Air quality in Delhi on the morning after Diwali was recorded in the “very poor” category

Air quality in Delhi on the morning after Diwali was recorded in the "very poor" category, but the situation was relatively better than in...

Cities in North India face a mammoth challenge every year to deal with air pollution

With the coming winters, cities in North India face a mammoth challenge every year to deal with air pollution. This challenge becomes bigger around...

Hospital transfusing fruit juice instead of platelets to a dengue patient who later died in UP

A private hospital was sealed on Thursday for allegedly transfusing fruit juice instead of platelets to a dengue patient who later died, police said....

Medicinal syrups available in Indonesia contained ingredients linked to fatal acute kidney injury

Some medicinal syrups available in Indonesia contained ingredients linked to fatal acute kidney injury (AKI) in children, its health minister said on Thursday as...

WHO says deaths may be linked to contaminated cough and cold syrups made by Indian drugmaker

Gambian President Adama Barrow said on Friday that a surge in acute kidney injuries believed to be related to paracetamol syrup, which has killed...

Importance of bilateral clean energy engagement & Joint Ministerial Statement on the US-India Strategic Clean Energy Partnership

Today, during the US-India Strategic Clean Energy Partnership (SCEP) Ministerial Meeting, US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and India's Minister of Petroleum and Natural...

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...

India probes cough syrup  in connection with  deaths of  children in Gambia & now ordered an investigation

India's drug regulator has ordered an investigation into alleged contamination of cough syrups made by Maiden Pharmaceuticals that the World Health Organization has linked...

WHO: Indian cough syrups may be linked to 66 deaths in Gambia

The deaths of dozens of children in The Gambia from kidney injuries may be linked to contaminated cough and cold syrups made by an...

PM Narendra modi lay various projects worth over ₹ 3,650 crore & inaugurate AIIMS in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various projects worth over ₹ 3,650...

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....

India’s exemplary journey to become Open Defecation Free (ODF) with Swachh Shehar Samvad

Shri Hardeep S. Puri, Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs and Petroleum and Natural Gas, while talking about India's exemplary journey to become Open...

Cholera outbreak that has killed 29 in Syria & 2,000 cases have been reported

A cholera outbreak that has killed 29 in Syria is posing a threat to the front lines of the country's 11-year war and raising...

National Clean Air Program updating an earlier target of a 20 to 30 percent reduction by 2024

The center has set a new target of a 40 percent reduction in particulate matter concentrations in cities covered by the National Clean Air...

BRICS countries call for greater cooperation in disaster & crisis management

The BRICS countries Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa  have pledged to strengthen cooperation in disaster management against the backdrop of worsening climate...

Ebola cases had jumped to 16 people in Uganda & WHO say its less transmissible

Uganda said on Sunday that the number of Ebola cases had jumped to 16 people, while another 18 people were also believed to have...

India addressing global challenge of climate change with NDCs reducing emission intensity by 33-35% in 2030

Jitendra Singh, who leads India's joint high-level ministerial delegation of the Ministry of Power, New and Renewable Energy and the Ministry of Science and...

The head of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said that the end of the pandemic is now in sight

If rich nations think the pandemic is over, they should help lower-income countries reach that point too, a top World Health Organization official said....

Detecting the cancer microenvironment become much easier with the help of new molecular biosensor

Detecting the cancer microenvironment may soon become much easier with the help of a new molecular biosensor recently developed by a team of scientists....

India has won a UN award for its ‘India Hypertension Control Initiative (IHCI)

In a major achievement and recognition of the country's efforts in the fight against hypertension, India has won a UN award for its 'India...

Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, today released the IIT Madras Strategic Plan 2021-27

The Union Minister for Education and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, today released the IIT Madras Strategic Plan 2021-27, which outlined an...

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami has tested positive for COVID-19

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been ruled out of the three Twenty20 internationals at home against Australia,...

Congress is reviving its outreach to the people with its Bharat Jodo Yatra mass contact programme

The Congress is reviving its outreach to the people with its Bharat Jodo Yatra mass contact programme, senior party leaders are busy with other...

Sea Beach Cleanup was conducted on all sea beaches along India’s 7,500 km coastline and thousands of volunteers took part

Union Minister of State (IC) Ministry of Science and Technology; Minister of State (IC) Department of Earth Sciences; MoS of the Prime Minister's Office...

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...

Australian weather forecasters warned of severe flooding in parts of New South Wales

 Australian weather forecasters on Saturday warned of possible severe flooding in parts of New South Wales as much of the country braces for unusually...

Chinese city of Chongqing reported one case of monkeypox infection

The Chinese city of Chongqing on Friday reported one case of monkeypox infection in an individual who arrived from abroad, the first known monkeypox...

NASA and Google have expanded an existing partnership to help local governments improve air quality monitoring

NASA and Google have expanded an existing partnership to help local governments improve air quality monitoring and forecasting for better decision-making. The expanded collaboration...

Nigeria will work with the Serum Institute of India to start local production of vaccines

Nigeria will work with the Serum Institute of India to start local production of vaccines used in national immunization programmes, Health Minister Osagie Ehanire...

Scientists have discovered how polluted air triggers lung cancer

Scientists said on Saturday they had identified the mechanism by which air pollution triggers lung cancer in non-smokers, a discovery one expert hailed as...

Dr Jitendra Singh said that the healthcare sector in India is expected to grow to $50 billion by 2025

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

Online sale/delivery of firecrackers will be banned in Delhi by January 1,2023

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said on Wednesday that the manufacture, sale and use of all types of firecrackers will be banned in the...

First intranasal Covid vaccine “iNCOVACC”  for emergency use in adults made by Bharat Biotech

THE NATIONAL medicines regulator has given the green light to the country's first intranasal Covid vaccine for emergency use in adults, the government said...

FSSAI has issued notices to several restaurants for not listing the calorie count of food items on menus

The country's top food regulator, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), has issued notices to several restaurants for not listing the...

6,809 new coronavirus infections were reported daily in India

As 6,809 new coronavirus infections were reported in the day, India's total number of COVID-19 cases rose to 4,44,56,535, while active cases fell to...

World Coconut Day 2022 & 10 ways you can add this tropical fruit to your diet

World Coconut Day 2022: Coconut is a very popular tropical fruit that is widely used in various dishes in our kitchens, giving them a...

Dr Jitendra Singh announces India’s first indigenously developed vaccine, ‘CERVAVAC’ to prevent cervical cancer

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

55-year-old woman who suffered a severe head injury recently donated her vital organs to AIIMS

The family of a 55-year-old woman who suffered a severe head injury recently donated her vital organs to AIIMS on Tuesday, helping to save...

NCG set up the Koita Center for Digital Oncology to promote the tools to improve cancer care across India

The National Cancer Grid (NCG) has set up the Koita Center for Digital Oncology (KCDO) to promote the use of digital technologies and tools...

China still requires international travelers to undergo pre-departure COVID-19 tests

China still requires international travelers to undergo pre-departure COVID-19 tests and quarantine upon arrival, the customs office said on Friday, a day after it...

Research reveal bacterial species Clostridioides difficile which causing serious diarrheal infections

The bacterial species Clostridioides difficile, or C. diff, which is well known for causing serious diarrheal infections, can also cause colorectal cancer, according to...

Rare type of liver cancer found in mice by Researchers from the German Cancer Research Center

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered the cell of origin of mixed...

Jodhpur’s IIT & AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae cause infection

Researchers at Jodhpur's IIT and AIIMS studied a dangerous bacterium called Klebsiella pneumoniae, a major cause of hospital-acquired infection, and found that it forms...

China said that COVID-19 has contributed to a decline in the country’s marriage and birth rates

China's National Health Commission has said that COVID-19 has contributed to a decline in the country's marriage and birth rates, which has accelerated in...

ADB & Government of India signed a $96.3 million loan agreement to provide safe drinking water in Himachal Pradesh

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India today signed a $96.3 million loan agreement to provide safe drinking water and improve...

Evolution of Life: New study have been proposed the mystery of evolution of sexual reproduction

Two new hypotheses have been proposed that address the "double price of sex": one of the greatest mysteries in the evolution of sexual reproduction....

U.S. Centers no longer recommend quarantines or trial stay programs in schools or day

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will no longer recommend quarantines or trial stay programs in schools or day care centers for...

South Korea’s Unification Ministry said about causing the isolated country’s COVID outbreak

"We strongly regret that North Korea has repeatedly made baseless claims about the path of COVID and made very disrespectful and threatening remarks," the...

Sports Focus: Virat Kohli is one of the best players in the last 10 years said by Hafeez

Team India has performed spectacularly in the West Indies tour so far. While the side secured a 3-0 ODI series win over the Windies...

Health Focus: Ministry of Ayush has signed an MoU with the Ministry of Railways to introduce Ayush systems in five railway hospitals

The Ministry of Ayush has signed an MoU with the Ministry of Railways to introduce Ayush systems in five railway hospitals, leading to the...

Health Focus: South Africa’s health regulator announced a causal link between the death of an individual&Covid-19 vaccine

South Africa's health regulator on Thursday announced a causal link between the death of an individual and Johnson & Johnson's (J&J) Covid-19 vaccine, the...

Health Focus: Study reveals that the high rate of heart attack or stroke remains high after infection with Covid19 effected peoples

Doctors have reported cardiovascular problems related to COVID-19 during the pandemic, but concern about the problem grew after the results of a VA study...

Health Focus: Indian-American researcher identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer

scientists, including an Indian-American researcher, have identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer, giving hope to patients who have become resistant to...

Space Focus: Scientists found new places on moon surface, where always ‘sweater weather’ experienced

Future human explorers on the moon may have 99 problems, but staying warm or cold will be no problem. A team led by UCLA...

Economy Focus: The budget of the Department of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare (DA&FW) has been increased to Rs. 124,000 crore

The Government of India is constantly working to increase agricultural productivity, farmers' income and their welfare in a sustainable manner. Accordingly, the budget of...

Health Focus: New genetic disease slows children’s brain development.

Scientists have discovered a new genetic disease that causes abnormal brain growth in some children and delays intellectual development. Most people with this disease,...

Health Focus: The WHO declared monkeypox a global health emergency & Europe is the epicenter of the outbreak

The World Health Organization has activated the highest level of alert for a growing monkeypox outbreak, declaring the virus a public health emergency of...

Weather Focus: Heat waves are forecast to return to China over the next 10 days

Heat waves are forecast to return to China over the next 10 days after a brief respite, with high temperatures expected from east to...

Health Focus: WHO identified new component that can weakly disrupt the bacterial membrane

A new component that can weakly disrupt the bacterial membrane and thus counter bacterial resistance to multiple classes of antibiotics may help restore the...

Environment Focus: Latest biodiversity survey reveals that the much more biome species are in-danger with extinction than the thought previously

With millions of plant and animal species scattered across every biome on the planet, biodiversity is a complex subject. Experts from around the world...

Health Focus: What is Marburg Virus, their symptoms and what we need to know about this virus?

Marburg virus is the cause of Marburg virus disease (MVD), a disease with a mortality rate of up to 88%, but with good patient...

Health Focus: Ghana has confirmed its first two cases of the deadly “Marburg virus” which may be as deadly as Ebola

Ghana has confirmed its first two cases of the deadly Marburg virus, a highly infectious disease in the same family as the virus that...

Health Focus: Why a vaccine hub and its distribution should must succeed at low-income froup of countries: Nature New Study

Scientists have developed vaccines against a new disease in less than 12 months. And yet, 18 months after the first of these COVID-19 vaccines...

Health Focus: Indian researchers found that Covaxin induces strong immune memory against SARS-CoV-2

The researchers found that Covaxin, an inactivated whole-virion vaccine, induces strong immune memory against SARS-CoV-2 and variants of concern that persists for at least...

Health Focus: The detection of the bacteria that caused cholera in a student in China through softshell turtles at a food market

A food market where samples of softshell turtles tested positive for a pathogen capable of causing cholera has been disinfected, local authorities announced late...

Health Focus: Around 25 million children around the world missed out on routine vaccinations that protect against life-threatening diseases

Around 25 million children around the world missed out on routine vaccinations that protect against life-threatening diseases last year, as the knock-on effects of...

Health Focus: IISc Banglore scientists developed new technology by which Virus of Covid19 can be inactivated

Researchers have announced the design of a new class of synthetic peptides that can not only block the entry of the SARS-CoV-2 virus into...

Technology Focus: Machine learning technology can help researchers accomplish scientific tasks more quickly and effectively

Big data has well and truly arrived. But for all its enormous potential, it presents unprecedented challenges to researchers in the field. "Scientists, from...

Health Technology Focus: Scientists have discovered that the cancer-causing virus Epstein Barr Virus

Scientists have discovered that the cancer-causing virus Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) can infect neuronal cells and drive various changes in biomolecules such as fatty...

Health Focus: Pandemic is not over, we are entering a third wave in Australia

Australia said on Thursday it would extend the release of a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine from next week as it faces an increase...

Health Focus: WHO said more than 6,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported from 58 countries

More than 6,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported from 58 countries in the current outbreak, the World Health Organization said. The UN will...

Health Focus: Covid-19 Pandemic is not over, we are entering a third wave in Australia

Australia said on Thursday it would extend the release of a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine from next week as it faces an increase...

Climate change Focus: Global Climate Change impacting lakes evaporation at a large scale than thought previously at global scale

Led by Dr. Huilin Gao, an associate professor in the Zachry Department of Social and Environmental Engineering at Texas A&M University, researchers have created...