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Breakthrough in Understanding Early Limb Development Unveiled by First Human Cell Atlas

Scientists at Sun Yat-sen University in China have achieved a significant breakthrough in our understanding of early limb development by creating the first human...

James Webb Space Telescope Peers Inside Mysterious Dark Cloud in the Milky Way, Revealing Surprising Insights

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has unveiled the inner secrets of a dense, dark cloud called G0.253+0.016, affectionately known as "The Brick," located...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Inaugurates Uttarakhand Global Investors Summit 2023 to Boost Economic Development

Dehradun, December 8, 2023: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 'Uttarakhand Global Investors Summit 2023' today in Dehradun, marking a significant step toward positioning...

Cyclone Michaung Leaves Trail of Destruction; Relief Operations Underway in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Odisha

Chennai, December 6, 2023: The aftermath of Cyclone Michaung continues to pose significant challenges for residents in the worst-hit areas of Tamil Nadu, particularly...

India Faces Increased Seismic Activity in 2023: Alarming Rise in Earthquakes

In 2023, India experienced a significant surge in seismic activity, largely attributed to the active Almora Fault in western Nepal. Three major earthquakes rattled...

Google Launches Gemini: A Multimodal AI Model to Rival ChatGPT

Google has introduced Gemini, its latest multimodal general AI model, designed to be its most powerful offering yet. Available on platforms such as Bard,...

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...

Ranbir Kapoor’s “Animal” Roars Past ₹500 Crore Mark Worldwide in Six Days

In a stunning display of box office prowess, Ranbir Kapoor's "Animal," directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has effortlessly crossed the ₹500 crore mark globally...

A Possible Resolution to the Clash of Titans: General Relativity and Quantum Theory

For years, the clash between general relativity and quantum theory has perplexed physicists, leading to the recognition that the two mathematical frameworks describing the...

Chinstrap Penguins Master the Art of Microsleeps, Taking Over 10,000 Naps a Day

Chinstrap penguins, a species known for its unique behaviors, have astonished researchers with their mastery of microsleeps. A recent study reveals that breeding chinstrap...

Over 100 Websites Blocked for Organized Illegal Investments and Job Frauds in India

The Union Home Ministry in India has blocked over 100 websites involved in organized illegal investments and task-based part-time job frauds. Operated by overseas...

Giant Rodent of the Solomon Islands Captured on Camera for the First Time: A Glimpse into the Elusive World of the Vika

In the dense and mysterious forests of the Solomon Islands, an elusive giant rodent known as the Vika has managed to stay hidden from...

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...

Global Tipping Points Report Warns of Irreversible Threats from Climate Change

The Global Tipping Points Report, compiled by an international team of 200 scientists and coordinated by the University of Exeter, reveals that the world...

China’s Zhurong Rover Reveals Buried Polygonal Wedges on Mars: Clues to Ancient Martian Climate

China's Zhurong rover, which successfully landed on Mars in May 2021, has provided intriguing insights into the Martian subsurface. Equipped with a ground-penetrating radar...

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....

UK Prime Minister Expresses Disappointment over Breakdown of Gaza Ceasefire in Call with Israel’s Netanyahu

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak conveyed his disappointment about the breakdown of the ceasefire in Gaza during a call with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin...

Volcanic Eruption in Indonesia’s Marapi Claims 22 Lives; Search for Missing Person Continues

The eruption of Indonesia's Marapi volcano has resulted in 22 confirmed deaths, with one person still missing, according to the West Sumatra rescue agency...

Tragedy Unfolds as V-22 Osprey Crash off Western Japan Claims Lives of Crew Members

In a somber update, U.S. and Japanese dive teams have recovered the remains of five additional crew members from the wreckage of the V-22...

Japan Inaugurates World’s Largest Experimental Nuclear Fusion Reactor

Japan has officially inaugurated the world's largest experimental nuclear fusion reactor, the JT-60SA, located in Naka north of Tokyo. The project, a collaboration between...

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....

Fermi Telescope’s Catalog of Gamma-Ray Pulsars Surges with 294 Newly Identified Stars

The Fermi Large Area Telescope, designed for gamma-ray observations, has significantly expanded its catalog of gamma-ray pulsars, revealing 294 previously unidentified stars. This marks...

U.S. and Australia Set to Conduct Joint Hypersonics Experiments in 2023

The U.S. Defense Department is gearing up for joint hypersonics experiments with the Australian military, marking a significant step in their collaborative efforts on...

India-US Relationship Proven Against Political Check, Says External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar

India's External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar, emphasized the structural soundness of the India-US relationship, asserting its resilience against political challenges. His comments came amid...

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Tests Positive for COVID-19

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has tested positive for COVID-19, as confirmed by the Presidential Communications Office on Tuesday. Despite the diagnosis, the 66-year-old...

Upcoming Entertainment movie “Housefull 5” Release Date Announced

"Housefull 5," the next installment in the popular comedy film franchise, is set to hit theaters on June 6, 2025. The movie stars Akshay...

Rockstar Games Unveils Highly Anticipated GTA VI with Official Trailer

In a much-anticipated move that sent waves of excitement through the gaming community, Rockstar Games, a subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive Software, has officially released...

Asian Development Bank Launches Climate and Disaster Risk Initiative in Hindu Kush Himalaya Region

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has initiated a new project to assess and manage climate and disaster risks in the Hindu Kush Himalaya region....

World’s Largest Iceberg, A23a, Begins Movement After Three Decades

The world's largest iceberg, A23a, which is approximately three times the size of New York City, has started moving for the first time in...

Bobby Deol Discusses His Role in “Animal” and Film’s Reception

Bobby Deol, who plays the antagonist Abrar Haque in the crime drama film "Animal," shared insights into his character and the film's reception. Deol...

Global Arms Suppliers Face Revenue Dip Despite Increased Demand Amid Ukraine Conflict

Despite heightened demand driven by the conflict in Ukraine, the world's leading arms suppliers experienced a 3.5% decline in revenue in 2022, totaling $597...

Analysis of State Election Results: Implications for the 2024 General Elections in India

The recent state election results in India, particularly in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan, have several implications for the upcoming 2024 general elections. Despite...

Arshdeep Singh’s Heroic Last Over Seals Series Win for India Against Australia

In a thrilling conclusion to the T20 series, India's Arshdeep Singh showcased nerves of steel as he defended nine runs in the final over,...

Congress’s Success in Telangana Elections a Boon for Karnataka Unit

In a significant development, the recent election victory in Telangana has not only secured success for the Congress but also validated the party's strategy,...

Cricket Legend Sachin Tendulkar Applauds Vicky Kaushal’s Stellar Performance in ‘Sam Bahadur’ Biopic

Mumbai, Saturday Night - Cricket maestro Sachin Tendulkar, accompanied by his wife Anjali Tendulkar, graced the special screening of Vicky Kaushal's recently released biopic...

Russian Forces Ease Attacks in Eastern Ukraine; Avdiivka Still Resisting, Maryinka’s Status Unclear

In a development in the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine, Russian forces have reportedly eased attacks on the besieged town of Avdiivka. Unofficial reports...

Grand Consecration of Ayodhya’s Ram Temple Set for January 22, 2024

In a historic development, the date for the consecration ceremony of Ayodhya's Ram Temple has been officially announced as January 22, 2024. Over three...

Philippines Lifts Tsunami Alert Following Magnitude 7.4 Earthquake: No Initial Casualties Reported

Manila, Philippines - Early Sunday morning saw the Philippines breathe a collective sigh of relief as authorities lifted a tsunami alert following a powerful...

Breakthrough Discovery: Largest Black-Hole Merger Challenges Accepted Theories and Unveils Vibrations

In a groundbreaking development in the field of astrophysics, researchers have uncovered evidence of vibrations from the largest black-hole merger ever detected. Contrary to...

Cyclone ‘Michaung’ Approaches Indian Coast Bay of Bengal at a speed of 9 kmph: IMD Issues Warning

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning as a depression over the Southwest Bay of Bengal intensifies, cyclone taking a west-northwestward trajectory...

India Secures T20I Series Win Over Australia, Sets New Record

December 2, 2023, In a thrilling encounter in Raipur, Team India showcased a brilliant performance to defeat Australia by 20 runs in the fourth...

Sourav Ganguly Advocates Rohit Sharma’s Return as Captain in All Formats

December 2, 2023, Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has voiced his opinion on the captaincy debate, asserting that Rohit Sharma should lead the Indian...

DeepMind’s AI Discovers 2.2 Million New Crystals, Unlocking Centuries’ Worth of Knowledge

DeepMind, a subsidiary of Google, has announced a groundbreaking discovery, claiming to have unlocked "800 years' worth of knowledge" by identifying 2.2 million new...

Narendra Modi-Macron Summit in Dubai: A Pivotal Dialogue on Climate, Energy, and Global Collaboration

On the sidelines of the COP28 World Climate Action Summit in Dubai, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with French President Emmanuel Macron. The leaders...

Unveiling the Mystery of the secret Blobfish into A Deep-Sea Oddity

December 2, 2023, The blobfish, scientifically known as Psychrolutes microporos, has captured the internet's attention, earning the title of the "ugliest fish in the...

US Imposes Fresh Sanctions on North Korea After Satellite Launch

The United States, in collaboration with Australia, Japan, and South Korea, imposed fresh sanctions on North Korea in response to its recent launch of...

Indian Economy Growth Surpasses Expectations, Prompting Upward Revisions in Projections 7% in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2024

The Indian economy is on track to grow at a rate of 6.7% to 7% in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2024, according...

India Announces Squad for Multi-Format Series Against South Africa

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

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas Celebrate Wedding Anniversary with Cozy NYC Outing

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra and American pop star Nick Jonas were spotted on a cozy outing in New York City, ahead of their wedding...

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

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

India and China Engage in Diplomatic Talks on Ladakh Disengagement

India and China participated in "constructive" diplomatic talks on Thursday to address the remaining issues and achieve complete disengagement in eastern Ladakh. The talks,...

Global Health Organization CHD Group Leads Delegation at COP28 to Address Climate-Health Nexus

Mangaluru-based global health organization, CHD Group, is set to lead a 7-member international delegation at the Conference of the Parties (COP 28) meeting of...

Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen Suggests China Too Overwhelmed for Taiwan Invasion

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has stated in an interview with the New York Times that China's leadership is currently too "overwhelmed" with internal challenges...

Singapore and Zurich Share Top Spot as World’s Most Expensive Cities: EIU

Singapore and Zurich have tied as the world's most expensive cities in 2023, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). The two cities are...

Intense Rain and Thunderstorms Hit Tamil Nadu, Chennai Declares Holiday in Schools

Chennai and several other districts in Tamil Nadu are experiencing intense rainfall, thunderstorms, and lightning, according to the morning weather forecast from the India...

India Witnesses Surge in Power Generation, Coal Import Declines Amid Increasing Demand

India, the world's third-largest consumer of coal energy, experienced a significant surge in power generation, with an 8.18% increase from April to October 2023...

Tiny Black Holes as Rechargeable Batteries and Nuclear Reactors

Physicists Zhan-Feng Mai and Run-Qiu Yang from Tianjin University in China have proposed a theoretical concept suggesting that tiny black holes, known as primordial...

Israel Frees 30 Palestinian Prisoners in Final Exchange Under Truce Deal

In the culmination of an extended truce deal set to expire soon, Israeli prison authorities have released 30 Palestinian prisoners overnight, including prominent activist...

India Marks 365 Days of G20 Presidency with Emphasis on Multilateralism and Inclusive Development

India commemorates 365 days since assuming the G20 presidency, reflecting on its commitment to multilateralism and human-centric progress. Amid the challenges posed by the...

Extension of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana

The Narendra Modi government in India has announced the extension of the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana for a period of 5 years...

New Zealand’s New Government Announces Reforms in First 100 Days

New Zealand's newly elected Prime Minister Christopher Luxon, from the centre-right National Party, has announced a 49-point action plan for the government's first 100...

Glenn Maxwell’s Heroic Century Leads Australia to Victory Over India

In a stunning display of batting prowess, Glenn Maxwell almost single-handedly led Australia to a remarkable victory over India in the T20 series. Chasing...

Cyberattack Hits Japan’s Space Aerospace Exploration Agency

Japan's space agency, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), has experienced a cyberattack, according to a spokesperson. The agency stated that the hackers accessed...

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Mission Brings Valuable Asteroid Dust Sample to London’s Natural History Museum

A sample of asteroid dust, collected by NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission during its touchdown on asteroid Bennu in 2020, has arrived at the Natural History...

Charles Munger, Longtime Partner of Warren Buffett, Passes Away at 99

Charles Munger, the esteemed business partner and close associate of Warren Buffett for nearly six decades, has passed away at the age of 99....

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...

All 41 Trapped Workers Rescued from Silkyara Tunnel in Uttarakhand After 17 Days

In a multi-agency rescue operation that spanned nearly 17 days, all 41 workers trapped in Uttarakhand's Silkyara tunnel have been successfully rescued. The workers...

COP28 Summit in Dubai Faces Challenges Amid Global Climate Crisis

The upcoming COP28 summit in Dubai, scheduled to begin on November 30, faces significant challenges in addressing the global climate crisis. The summit will...

Indian Automakers Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors, and Audi India Announce Price Hikes in January 2024

Major Indian automotive manufacturers, including Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors, and Audi India, have disclosed plans to implement price increases for their...

North Korea Claims Spy Satellite Took Photos of US Military Installations

North Korea has declared that its recently launched military spy satellite captured images of key US military installations, including the White House, the Pentagon,...

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...

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan Placed on 14-Day Judicial Remand in Corruption Case

Islamabad, Pakistan — Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan and leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, has been placed on a...

Mahesh Babu Praises Ranbir Kapoor as the ‘Best Actor of India’ at ‘Animal’ Promotional Event

At a promotional event for the film "Animal" in Hyderabad, Mahesh Babu, a prominent actor in the Telugu film industry, showered praise on Bollywood...

Environmental Groups Challenge Norwegian Court to Block North Sea Oil and Gas Fields Development

Environmental organizations, including Greenpeace and Nature and Youth, are set to file a lawsuit in a Norwegian court on Tuesday, seeking to halt the...

Scientists Discover Memory-Like Behavior in E. coli Bacteria

Researchers from the University of Texas and the University of Delaware have made a groundbreaking discovery, suggesting that the common bacterium Escherichia coli (E....

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson Embarks on India and UAE Visit to Strengthen Cooperation

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson is set to visit India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a series of meetings with key government officials...

NASA Shares Stunning Image of “Evil Eye” Galaxy Captured by Hubble Space Telescope

NASA has captivated space enthusiasts by sharing a breathtaking image of the "Evil Eye" galaxy on its Instagram page. The image, captured by the...

Malaysia to Offer Visa-Free Entry for Chinese and Indian Citizens Starting December 1

In a bid to boost tourism, Malaysia's Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has announced that the country will grant visa-free entry to citizens of China...

North Korea Defends Satellite Launch, Restores Border Guard Posts Amid Rising Tensions

North Korea has issued a warning that it will continue to exercise its sovereign rights, including satellite launches, while also accusing the United States...

Australia’s Competition Watchdog Calls for New Laws to Regulate Digital Platforms

Australia's competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), has recommended the introduction of new competition laws to address concerns related to the...

Ukraine Faces Dual Challenges: Ongoing Conflict and Extreme Winter Weather

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy expressed gratitude to the country's military for facing Russian attacks and to rescue services for managing the aftermath of severe...

India’s Proposed Broadcast Bill Sparks Debate Over Regulation of Online Content

India is contemplating a significant shift in its approach to regulating online content with the introduction of the Broadcasting Services (Regulation) Bill, 2023. While...

India’s New Broadcast Bill May Cover Individuals and Social Media Platforms

India's proposed Broadcasting Services (Regulation) Bill, 2023, may extend its regulations to cover individuals broadcasting news and current affairs content online, including on platforms...

Iran Facilitates Release of Thai Hostages in Gaza

In a significant diplomatic development, Iran played a pivotal role in the release of 10 Thai hostages from Gaza on Friday. The Iranian embassy...

Former Officer Derek Chauvin Attacked in Arizona Prison

Derek Chauvin, the ex-Minneapolis police officer convicted in the death of George Floyd, was reportedly attacked in a prison in Arizona on Friday. The...

Search Operations Halted in Alaska Landslide Tragedy, Three Still Missing

Rescue crews in Alaska have suspended active search operations for victims of a devastating landslide that claimed at least three lives and left three...

China Vows to Deepen Trade Ties with Vietnam Amidst Regional Competition

China Commerce Minister Wang Wentao expressed a commitment to strengthen bilateral trade relations with Vietnam during a meeting with Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh...

Amitabh Bachchan Gifts Iconic Bungalow ‘Prateeksha’ to Daughter Shweta Nanda

Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan has reportedly gifted his iconic bungalow 'Prateeksha,' situated in suburban Juhu, to his daughter Shweta Nanda, as per official documents....

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...

India Initiates Domestic Manufacturing of Low-Cost Drugs for Rare Diseases

New Delhi: In a groundbreaking move, the Indian government has launched a special initiative to manufacture four types of homegrown "Made in India" drugs...

Driver Retracts Statement Implicating Chhattisgarh CM in Mahadev App Case

Raipur: Asim Das, the driver arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the ₹508 crore Mahadev gambling app case, has retracted his...

Australia Welcomes Truce and Hostage Release in Israel-Hamas Conflict

In a significant development, Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese expressed optimism on Saturday, hailing the temporary truce in the Israel-Hamas conflict as "important progress."...

China Conducts Combat Training Near Myanmar Border Following Attack on Convoy

China's military has announced the commencement of "combat training activities" along its border with Myanmar in response to heightened security concerns after a convoy...

Hamas Frees Thai Hostages as Ceasefire Holds in Israel-Gaza Conflict

In a significant development amid the Israel-Hamas conflict, the Palestinian militant group Hamas released 10 Thai hostages as part of a hostage exchange. However,...

Qatar Court Accepts Appeal Against Death Sentence for Eight Indian Navy Personnel

In a significant development, the Qatar court has accepted the appeal filed by the Indian government challenging the death sentence imposed on eight former...

Brain Region for Recognizing Faces Found in Blind Individuals

Scientists at Georgetown University have identified the brain region responsible for recognizing basic faces in blind individuals, known as the fusiform face area. While...

Researchers Identify Previously Hidden Water Mass in the Atlantic Ocean

A team of researchers has identified a previously unknown water mass in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, providing new insights into ocean dynamics....

Rescue Efforts Continue for Trapped Workers in Indian Himalayan Tunnel

Hopes for the swift rescue of 41 men trapped in a highway tunnel in the Indian Himalayas were temporarily thwarted due to issues with...

Disturbing Revelations in Haryana School Sexual Harassment Case: 142 Girls Confirm Misconduct by Arrested Principal

In a shocking development, the number of girl students confirming sexual harassment by the arrested principal of a government girls school in Jind, Haryana,...

Indian Government to Release Comprehensive Plan to Combat Deepfakes and Misinformation

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

India Takes US Inputs on Security Matters Seriously, Says Ministry of External Affairs

On Wednesday, the Ministry of External Affairs in India emphasized the significance of taking inputs on security matters from the United States seriously, asserting...

NASA’s Deep Space Optical Communications Achieves Groundbreaking Laser Communication

In a remarkable feat, Earth has successfully received laser-beamed communication from a record-breaking distance of 16 million kilometers, approximately 10 million miles, according to...

WHO Requests Detailed Information from China on Increase in Respiratory Illnesses

The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially requested detailed information from China regarding an increase in respiratory illnesses and reported clusters of pneumonia in...

South Korea Suspends Military Agreement with North Korea After Spy Satellite Launch

In response to North Korea's successful launch of a spy satellite, South Korea has decided to suspend part of the military agreement signed with...

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...

President Joe Biden to Attend Funeral Service for Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter

U.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden are set to attend a service for former first lady Rosalynn Carter in Georgia on...

Consortium Concludes Negotiations with AustralianSuper Over $10.6 Billion Bid for Origin Energy

EIG Partners CEO Blair Thomas announced on Thursday that the consortium, including EIG Partners and led by Canada's Brookfield, has concluded negotiations with top...

Deep-Sea Mining Poses Threat to Jellyfish and Ecosystems, Warns Study

Mining the ocean floor for minerals, a practice anticipated to support the production of electric-vehicle batteries and electronics, could have detrimental consequences for deep-sea...

Breakthrough Discovery: Wireless Communication in Nervous System Challenges Traditional Understanding

In a groundbreaking revelation, recent studies on the nervous system of the worm Caenorhabditis elegans have unveiled the existence of wireless communication between nerve...

New Dinosaur Species and Eggs Discovered in China: Qianlong Shouhu

A team of researchers from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology in China has identified a previously unknown dinosaur species, naming it Qianlong...

Researchers Explore Quercetin’s found in grape skins Role in Wine Headaches

The mystery behind wine headaches, particularly associated with red wine, may be linked to the antioxidant quercetin, according to a study published in the...

Supreme Court Warns Patanjali Against False Advertisements

The Supreme Court of India has cautioned Patanjali Ayurved, co-founded by yoga guru Ramdev, against disseminating "false" and "misleading" claims in advertisements about the...

Israel Approves Ceasefire Deal with Hamas for Release of Hostages

In a significant development amid the ongoing conflict, the Israeli government has approved a ceasefire deal with Hamas, marking the first truce between the...

Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty’s Love Story Unveiled as They Mark 14th Wedding Anniversary

As Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty commemorate their 14th wedding anniversary, a throwback to a 2015 interview with Shilpa sheds light on the inception...

U.S. Aircraft Carrier Carl Vinson Arrives in South Korea Amid North Korean Missile Threat

The U.S. aircraft carrier Carl Vinson has docked at a port in the South Korean city of Busan as a demonstration of extended deterrence...

India and Australia Strengthen Bilateral Defence Ties for Indo-Pacific Security

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh engaged in discussions with his Australian counterpart, Richard Marles, on November 20, emphasizing the importance of a robust bilateral defence...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Captures Unprecedented View of Galactic Center

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), operated by NASA, has provided astronomers with an unprecedented view of a star-forming region near the dense center...

Suryakumar Yadav to Lead Indian Cricket Team in T20I Series Against Australia

Suryakumar Yadav will lead the Indian cricket team in the upcoming five-match T20I series against Australia, commencing just days after Australia secured their sixth...

Water from Earth’s Surface Found to Influence Changes in Planet’s Outer Core

In a groundbreaking study conducted by an international team of researchers, it has been revealed that water from the Earth's surface can penetrate deep...

Cricket World Cup Defeat Allegedly Linked to Two Suicides in West Bengal and Odisha

In a tragic turn of events, two individuals reportedly died by suicide in West Bengal's Bankura and Odisha's Jajpur following India's defeat to Australia...

Turkish Cargo Ship Sinks in Black Sea During Storm, Crew Unreachable

ISTANBUL - A Turkish cargo ship, the Kafkametler, with 12 crew members on board sank off the Black Sea coast of Turkey during a...

Germany, France, and Italy Forge Alliance on AI Regulation, Paving the Way for European Standards

In a significant development, France, Germany, and Italy have reached a comprehensive agreement on the regulation of artificial intelligence (AI), as revealed in a...

Philippines President Highlights ASEAN Struggles in Addressing Myanmar Conflict Amid Escalating Humanitarian Crisis

In a candid discussion at a forum in Hawaii, Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos expressed the challenges faced by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations...

Shah Rukh Khan Pens Heartfelt Note for Team India After World Cup Loss

In a poignant moment following the World Cup 2023 final match against Australia, Shah Rukh Khan, the Bollywood superstar, took to his X account...

Gut-Produced Hunger Hormones Shown to Impact Decision-Making in Mice, Reveals Study

A recent study on mice conducted by researchers at University College London sheds light on how hunger hormones produced in the gut can influence...

India Falls Short in World Cup Final as Australia Clinches Sixth Title

Ahmedabad, Nov 19 In a dramatic conclusion, Australia lifted its sixth World Cup trophy, halting India's unbeaten streak with a convincing victory in the...

WHO-Led Team Describes Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza as a “Death Zone”

In a stark assessment, a World Health Organization (WHO)-led humanitarian assessment team visited Al Shifa Hospital in northern Gaza and reported signs of shelling...

Disparity in Access: Wealthy Brits Purchase Ozempic Online Amid NHS Shortages

In the midst of a shortage of semaglutide, the active ingredient in Ozempic, individuals in the UK, particularly those with financial means, are turning...

Israel, U.S., and Hamas Tentatively Agree on Humanitarian Pause in Gaza Conflict

In a potential breakthrough, Israel, the United States, and Hamas are reportedly on the verge of reaching an agreement to secure the release of...

Scientists Predict Earth’s Oxygen Levels Will Plummet in a Billion Years

Oxygen, a fundamental element sustaining life on Earth, is expected to experience a drastic decline, according to a study published in Nature in 2021....

APEC Members Collaborate on Building Inclusive and Sustainable Economies, Says joe Biden

San Francisco, November 18, 2023: US President Joe Biden has highlighted the collective efforts of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders in working towards building...

White House Accuses Elon Musk of Spreading Antisemitic Lie on X, Calls It “Unacceptable”

The White House, on Friday, condemned Elon Musk for perpetuating a "hideous" antisemitic lie on his social media platform, X. In response to a...

Preparations Intensify for T20 World Cup Final as Rahul Dravid Analyzes Pitch with Skipper Rohit Sharma

Ahmedabad, India: With the T20 World Cup final against Australia just around the corner, Team India's head coach, Rahul Dravid, stuck to his meticulous...

Study Reveals “123456” as Most Common Password, Poses Security Risks

A recent study conducted by NordPass, a password management software company, identified "123456" as the most common password, used by approximately 4.5 million accounts....

India Highlights Importance of Climate Finance for Developing Nations at G20 Summit

New Delhi: The Union Environment Minister, Bhupender Yadav, emphasized the significance of providing climate finance to developing countries during the G20 summit in September....

Shah Rukh Khan and Anil Kapoor’s Unconventional Group Photo Sparks Social Media Frenzy

Celebrities Share Feet-Focused Snapshot from Mumbai Night In a departure from traditional celebrity group photos, Shah Rukh Khan and Anil Kapoor, accompanied by their families,...

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Measures Size of Nearest Earth-sized Exoplanet, Opening Door to Atmospheric Studies

In a significant breakthrough, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has accurately measured the size of the nearest Earth-sized exoplanet, LTT 1445Ac, providing essential information for...

China Unveils Groundbreaking 1.2 Terabits per Second Internet, Surpassing Global Standards

Chinese Collaboration Achieves Over Tenfold Increase in Internet Speed In a groundbreaking collaboration between Tsinghua University, China Mobile, Huawei Technologies, and Cernet Corporation, China has...

Apurva Review: A Blood-Soaked Descent into Misogyny with Unconvincing Redemption

Director Nikhil Nagesh Bhat's Chambal Western Falls Short on Substance In the realm of cinematic indulgence, "Apurva," directed by Nikhil Nagesh Bhat, takes its viewers...

Unveiling Microplastics The Environmental Quandary That Demands More Than Cleanup

Pioneering Biologist Richard Thompson Highlights Urgency for Holistic Solutions Microplastics, minuscule plastic particles reshaping our perception of pollution, were first identified over three decades ago...

Eden’s Edge Drama: Australia’s Grit Triumphs Over South Africa in World Cup Thriller

In a cricketing spectacle at Kolkata's historic Eden Gardens, Australia emerged victorious in a gripping encounter against South Africa, securing a thrilling three-wicket win....

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol Holds Trilateral Meeting with U.S. President Biden and Japanese PM Kishida in San Francisco

San Francisco played host to a trilateral meeting between South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, U.S. President Joe Biden, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio...

29 Myanmar soldiers entered India & seeking refuge from an attack by insurgents on their military base

In a further escalation of conflict near the Indian border, at least 29 Myanmar soldiers entered India on Thursday, seeking refuge from an attack...

NASA’s Cosmic Symphony: Transforming Galactic Data into Musical Masterpiece

NASA, the renowned space agency, has once again pushed the boundaries of scientific exploration by translating galactic data into a mesmerizing musical composition. This...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Unveils Extraordinary ”Candy Floss” Exoplanet with Silicate Sand Clouds

A Jupiter-sized Exoplanet 200 Light Years Away Displays Unique Atmospheric PhenomenonIn a groundbreaking revelation, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has uncovered a celestial wonder...

Unveiling the Enigma Lost Language Discovered in Anatolian Archaeological Site

In the midst of the ancient Anatolian landscape, where the remnants of the once-mighty Hittite Empire lie, a groundbreaking discovery has emerged—a collection of...

Wankhede Stadium witnesses a cricketing masterpiece as Virat Kohli becomes the first to achieve 50 ODI centuries

In a dazzling display of skill and determination, Virat Kohli, former captain of the Indian cricket team, etched his name in the annals of...

India’s Display of Brilliance Propels Them to the World Cup Final with a Commanding 70-Run Win Over New Zealand

In a dazzling exhibition of cricketing mastery, India secured their place in the much-coveted World Cup final with a resounding 70-run victory over New...

Lancet Report Warns of Alarming Health Impact Projections Amid Climate Inaction

In a stark revelation, the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change's eighth annual global report has unveiled a concerning future if current climate...

National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) Achieves Global ‘Centre of Excellence’ Status in Landslide Disaster Reduction

The National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM), operating under the Disaster Management Act of 2005, has earned the prestigious designation of a global 'centre...

NASA’s Cutting-Edge Software Aims to Safeguard Lunar Missions

In a bold leap towards establishing a sustained human presence on the Moon, NASA's Artemis program is set to explore more of the lunar...

Pulsating Black Hole: Sagittarius A* Reveals Astonishing Gamma-Ray Flares

In a groundbreaking discovery, astrophysicists Gustavo Magallanes-Guijon and Sergio Mendoza of the National Autonomous University of Mexico have observed the supermassive black hole Sagittarius...

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:...

PM Modi Pays Homage to Tribal Icon Birsa Munda on Birth Anniversary

Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid homage to tribal icon Birsa Munda in Ranchi on his birth anniversary, celebrated across the country as Janjatiya Gaurav...

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,...

The G7: A Relic of the Cold War or a Vital Forum for Global Cooperation?

The Group of Seven (G7) has recently come under criticism from North Korea, which labeled it as a "remnant of the Cold War" causing...

NASA’s Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope: Unveiling Cosmic Wonders

NASA's upcoming Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope is set to revolutionize our understanding of the cosmos by employing a unique approach to space observation....

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...

Israeli forces reaching the gates of Gaza City’s main hospital, updates on humanitarian challenges arising in Israel-Hamas Conflict

The Israel-Hamas conflict has once again erupted, leading to a devastating humanitarian crisis. The recent developments, marked by Israeli forces reaching the gates of...

China developed a pioneering robot chemist powered by artificial intelligence with potential to extract oxygen from water on Mars

Researchers in China have developed a pioneering robot chemist powered by artificial intelligence (AI), with the potential to extract oxygen from water on Mars....

Tiger 3″ Roars Past ₹100 Crore Mark in Two Days at Indian Box Office

Salman Khan's latest action-packed venture, "Tiger 3," has made a roaring entry into the Indian box office by crossing the ₹100 crore mark in...

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...

Babar Azam Faces Captaincy Questions After World Cup Exit

Pakistan cricket captain Babar Azam returned home to Lahore amidst disappointment and questions about his captaincy following Pakistan's early exit from the ICC Cricket...

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...

US-China Relations Warning of Conflict, National Security Advisor Stresses Need for Effective Management

As US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping prepare for a much-anticipated summit in San Francisco on the sidelines of the APEC...

Choking on Smog: Delhi Tops Global Air Pollution Chart as Diwali Celebrations Worsen Crisis

In the aftermath of Diwali celebrations, Delhi, the heart of India, finds itself in the grip of a severe air pollution crisis, securing the...

Tragedy Strikes: TMC Leader and Spouse Gunned Down in West Bengal – Police Launch Investigation

In a shocking incident that unfolded in the early hours of Monday, two individuals, including a Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader, were fatally shot by...

Pets and Well-being: Research Questions the Assumed Connection, Highlights Nuances

In a recent study conducted by scientists from Michigan State University (MSU), the commonly assumed link between pet ownership and well-being has been challenged....

NASA Warns of Impending Flood Risks: Strong El Niño Could Trigger Repeated Inundation Along Western Coasts

A NASA analysis has sounded the alarm about the potential threat of increased flooding in cities along the western coasts of the Americas this...

Israel-Hamas Conflict: Ongoing Hostilities and Humanitarian Crisis updates

The Israel-Hamas conflict has reached a critical juncture, with heightened tensions, military operations, and a growing humanitarian crisis. The recent developments in the region...

Race Against Time: Rescue Operations Intensify as Section of Silkyara Tunnel Collapses, Trapping Dozens

A sense of urgency envelops the rescue and relief efforts at the Silkyara Tunnel, located on the Uttarkashi-Yamnotri road, where a portion of the...

Polar Bear Populations Decline in Greenland Over 20,000 Years Due to Climate Change

A comprehensive international study, including researchers from the University of Copenhagen, reveals a concerning decline in polar bear numbers in Greenland over the last...

Babar Azam Contemplates Captaincy Future Amidst Criticism, Teammates Urge Him to Stay On

Pakistan's skipper, Babar Azam, is reportedly considering his future as captain following the team's below-par performance in the T20 World Cup. The team's fifth-place...

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...

AI Breakthroughs Illuminate the Path to Early Alzheimer’s Detection

In the quest to unravel the mysteries of Alzheimer's disease, researchers are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze vast datasets that combine genomics,...

Scientific Milestone: First Live Chimeric Monkey Paves the Way for Advanced Disease Research

In a groundbreaking achievement, scientists have successfully produced the first live-born chimeric primate, a monkey with a high proportion of cells originating from genetically...

Joe Biden and Xi Set to Navigate Tensions: Anticipating the US-China Summit

In a pivotal moment for global diplomacy, US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping are gearing up for a face-to-face meeting in...

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

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

Scientists Unveil DNA ‘Time Machine’ Revealing Century-Long Impact of Climate Change and Pollution on Biodiversity

The Groundbreaking DNA Time Machine Scientists have successfully conducted the first proof of concept for a DNA "time machine" shedding light on a century of...

Sara Ali Khan’s Diwali Bash: Kartik Aaryan Makes a Stylish Entry Amid Cordial Relations

Amidst the glittering Diwali celebrations, Sara Ali Khan hosted a star-studded bash at her residence, welcoming a mix of Bollywood stars. Notably, her guest...

Wasim Akram’s Hilarious Plan for Pakistan’s Semi-Final Hopes in World Cup 2023

Pakistan's chances for a spot in the World Cup 2023 semi-finals face a steep climb after New Zealand's convincing win over Sri Lanka. Fakhar-e-Alam,...

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken Meets Indian Counterpart S Jaishankar Ahead of Key Talks

In a significant diplomatic move, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday ahead of the...

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...

NASA’s SPHEREx Mission: Mapping the Universe with Cutting-Edge Technology”

NASA's SPHEREx (Specto-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization, and Ices Explorer) mission is reaching a crucial stage as it begins...

European Space Telescope Euclid Reveals Stunning Images of Distant Galaxies and Stars

The European space telescope Euclid has unveiled its first set of breathtaking images, offering an unprecedented view of distant galaxies, stars, and cosmic wonders....

Biologists Develop Yeast with Over 50% Synthetic DNA, Revolutionizing Genome Engineering

In a groundbreaking development that challenges our understanding of genetic engineering, biologists have created a strain of yeast with a genome composed of more...

New Research Suggests Our Sun May Be Slightly Slimmer Than Previously Believed

Astronomers and astrophysicists have long been captivated by the Sun, the brilliant star at the heart of our solar system. Recent research, presented by...

Kareena Kapoor Unveils Her Powerful First Look as Avni Bajirao Singham in “Singham Again”

The Return of Avni Bajirao Singham: Kareena Kapoor's First Look Revealed Bollywood fans, brace yourselves for a thrilling cinematic experience, as Kareena Kapoor is all...

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...

Euclid Space Telescope Unveils Stunning Images, Set to Unlock Cosmic Mysteries

The European Space Agency (ESA) has taken a significant step in unraveling the mysteries of the universe with the release of the first five...

Alarming Loss: North Greenland Ice Shelves Decline by 35% as ocean temperatures rise

A new study published in Nature Communications has sounded the alarm on the drastic decline of ice shelves extending from the glaciers in North...

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...

Young opener Ibrahim Zadran Shines as Afghanistan Stuns Cricket World

In a thrilling encounter at the ICC World Cup 2023, Afghanistan showcased its resilience and talent, going head-to-head with Australia for a place in...

India and Malaysia Explore New Areas of Cooperation in Bilateral Meeting

India and Malaysia recently co-chaired a bilateral Joint Commission Meeting (JCM) to strengthen their diplomatic ties and explore new areas of cooperation. The meeting,...

Viral Revelation: Researchers Discover Unique Interaction Between Bacteriophages

In a groundbreaking discovery, researchers in the United States have observed a previously unseen phenomenon involving viruses. Two bacteriophages, a type of virus, were...

Supreme Court Upholds Penalty in Workplace Sexual Harassment Case

In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court of India has emphasized the importance of addressing workplace sexual harassment seriously. The apex court quashed a...

Sushmita Sen and Rohman Shawl: A Rekindled Friendship?

Former lovebirds Sushmita Sen and Rohman Shawl have recently been spotted together at a Diwali party, sparking rumors about the status of their relationship....

Saturn’s Rings: A Spectacular Natural Wonder Destined to Disappear from Sight

Saturn, the sixth celestial beauty in our solar system, is renowned for its breathtaking rings, captivating astronomers and space enthusiasts for centuries. These iconic...

Nasa’s JWS Telescope captured a stunning beautiful picture of the birth of a Protostar

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has once again amazed us with its remarkable capabilities, this time capturing an extraordinary image of the birth...

Unlocking the Secrets of Aging: Chinese Scientists Identify New Culprit and Potential Solution

The Discovery of a Cell Subtype Accelerating Aging A groundbreaking discovery in the field of aging research has emerged from a seven-year-long study conducted by...

Sara Ali Khan’s Inspiring Journey to a Healthier Lifestyle from her latest post

Sara Ali Khan, the Bollywood sensation, has been making headlines recently for her stunning public appearances in glamorous outfits. However, it's not just her...

Supreme Court Collegium Recommends Three High Court Chief Justices as Top Court Judges

In a significant move, the Supreme Court collegium, led by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud, has recommended the appointment of three high court chief...

Amitabh Bachchan expressing concern over Rashmika Mandanna’s Deepfake Video Sparks as Technology Misuse

In a disconcerting incident that highlights the growing concern over deepfake technology, popular South Indian actress Rashmika Mandanna found herself at the center of...

The Deepfake Video AI Controversy: A Digital Deception of Rashmika Mandanna

In the age of technology and digital innovation, the boundaries between reality and deception have blurred more than ever before. The advent of deepfake...

Russia Successfully Test-Launches Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

Russia has reported the successful test launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of carrying nuclear warheads from one of its submarines. The...

U.S., South Korea, and Japan Form Consultative Group to Counter North Korean Cyber Activities

Trilateral Agreement to Counter North Korean Cyber ActivitiesThe United States, South Korea, and Japan have officially established a high-level consultative group to address and...

Elon Musk’s xAI to be Integrated into Social Media Platform X

Elon Musk's AI Startup xAI Integrates with X Social Media PlatformElon Musk's artificial intelligence startup, xAI, is set to be integrated into his social...

IIT Kanpur Proposes “Artificial Rains” to Tackle Delhi’s Air Pollution Woes

IIT Kanpur's Innovative SolutionResearchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur have developed a groundbreaking solution to combat air pollution in Delhi and...

Large Herbivores Influence Tree Cover in Protected Areas, Benefit Biodiversity, and Climate Goals

An international research team, including scientists from Lund University, has utilized global satellite data to map tree cover in the world's protected areas. Their...

Study Reveals Tropical Atlantic’s Key Role in Climate Regulation

An international research team comprising scientists from Dalhousie University in Canada, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for...

Neutron Star Collision: New Study Reveals Threat to Earth from Kilonova

Recent research conducted in the United States has shed light on the potential threat to Earth from a neutron star collision event known as...

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...

New Observations Reveal Supermassive Black Holes Feeding Habits

A recent astronomical study conducted by an international research team, led by Takuma Izumi from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, has provided fascinating...

CJI Highlights Need for Inclusive Judiciary at HT Leadership Summit

Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud spoke at the 21st Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2023, addressing the barriers to inclusivity within the legal...

The Impact of Video Calls on Brain Processing and Social Interactions

In the post-COVID era, video calls have become an integral part of our work and personal lives. While these virtual interactions offer convenience, they...

NASA’s Lucy Mission Discovers a Surprise: Binary Asteroid System

In a surprising revelation, NASA's spacecraft Lucy, during its recent flyby of asteroid Dinkinesh, discovered that Dinkinesh is not a solitary asteroid but a...

Energy Self-Sufficiency in European Homes: Feasibility and Economic Viability

In the quest for sustainable energy solutions, a new study published in the journal Joule sheds light on the potential for energy self-sufficiency in...

Israeli Prime Minister Rejects Calls for Humanitarian Pause in Conflict with Hamas

In the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestinian militant group Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has firmly rejected any calls for a humanitarian...

Nepal Earthquake: India Offers Solidarity and Assistance After 6.4 Magnitude Quake Claims Lives

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his deep sorrow over the loss of lives and damage caused by the earthquake in Nepal, assuring India's readiness...

Scientists Reconstruct Global Water Cycle Over Past 2,000 Years to Understand Climate Change Impacts

Studying the Historical Global Water Cycle To anticipate how water distribution may change with rising temperatures, researchers have delved into the past. Reconstruction of past...

Trailblazing All-Female Spacewalk: NASA Astronauts Jasmin Moghbeli and Loral O’Hara Shine Outside ISS

In a historic moment, two NASA astronauts, Jasmin Moghbeli and Loral O'Hara, embarked on a groundbreaking all-female spacewalk outside the International Space Station (ISS)...

Shubman Gill – The Gen Next Hero: Ravi Shastri Recalls 2011 World Cup Nostalgia

The iconic Wankhede Stadium was once again the stage for a glorious moment in Indian cricket. As the statue of cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar...

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...

New Study Suggests Mysterious Earth Blobs Linked to Formation of Moon in Giant Impact

A recent study published in Nature Climate Change suggests that two large, mysterious blobs deep within Earth's mantle may be remnants of a Mars-sized...

How the Great Sphinx of Egypt May Have Been Naturally Formed, According to Scientists

For over 4,500 years, the origin of the Great Sphinx of Egypt has mystified experts. While traditional belief held that skilled stone masons hand-carved...

Netherlands Signs Artemis Accords, Boosting International Collaboration in Space Exploration

In a ceremony held at the Dutch Ambassador's Residence in Washington, the Netherlands officially became the 31st country to sign the Artemis Accords. NASA...

2023 Antarctic Ozone Hole Reaches 12th Largest Size on Record

The 2023 Antarctic ozone hole, a recurring seasonal phenomenon, reached its maximum size on September 21, as reported by NASA and NOAA. The hole...

Citizen Scientists Contribute to Mars Cloud Study: First Article Published

Citizen scientists participating in the "Cloudspotting on Mars" project have achieved a significant milestone with the acceptance of their first journal article for publication....

Giant Collision 4.5 Billion Years Ago May Explain Mysterious Blobs in Earth’s Mantle

For decades, scientists have been puzzled by two enigmatic blobs deep within Earth's mantle. These rock formations, spanning thousands of kilometers, are slightly denser...

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Doesn’t Appear for ED Questioning, Requests Recall of Summons

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was notably absent during his scheduled questioning by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the excise policy-linked money...

Supreme Court Raises Questions About Legalizing Kickbacks Through Electoral Bond Scheme

The Supreme Court of India is currently examining the validity of the Electoral Bond (EB) scheme, raising concerns about whether it effectively "legalizes kickbacks"...

Opposition Leaders Arvind Kejriwal and Mahua Moitra to Face Questioning in Delhi on Separate Cases

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Faces ED Interrogation in Liquor Policy Case Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, is set to face interrogation by the...

New Zealand Cricket Team Grapples with Injuries and Losses at the World Cup

The New Zealand cricket team is facing a challenging situation as they navigate a series of injuries and consecutive losses in the ongoing World...

Revealing the Crab Nebula’s “Beating Heart” with the James Webb Space Telescope

Unveiling the Mysteries of the Crab Nebula Astronomers have always been fascinated by the Crab Nebula's "beating heart" - an inner region that sends out...

Research Reveals Global warming Rising Risk of Urban Flooding and Agricultural Challenges

In recent decades, India has witnessed an alarming increase in extreme hydroclimate events, driven by global warming, leading to devastating floods, casualties, and economic...

Air Pollution Linked to Increased Parkinson’s Disease Risk, Varies by Region

New research in the United States has identified a significant link between air pollution, specifically fine particle pollution (PM2.5), and an increased risk of...

Serendipitous Discovery of Massive White Hydrogen Deposit in France

Scientists in northeastern France accidentally stumbled upon what might be the world's largest deposit of white hydrogen, a clean energy resource with significant potential....

Climate Change Threatens Nutrient Loss in Seafood, Impacting Low-Income Countries

A new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change warns that low-income countries, particularly those in the global south, could lose up to...

Bangladesh’s World Cup Woes Continue with Six Consecutive Defeats

In a disheartening turn of events, Bangladesh's cricket team faced their sixth consecutive defeat at the World Cup, marking an early exit from the...

Accused Dominic Martin in Jehovah’s Witnesses Convention Blasts Remanded to Judicial Custody

Dominic Martin, the lone accused in the IED blasts that shook a gathering of the Christian sect Jehovah's Witnesses in Kochi on October 29,...

Pluto’s Frozen Fire: New Research Suggests Massive Volcano Eruption

In a cosmic discovery that sheds new light on the enigmatic world of Pluto, recent research based on data from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft...

The Thrilling Benefits of Watching Horror Movies: A Dose of Psychological Resilience

Horror movies have carved a special place in the hearts of audiences worldwide, offering a unique and enduring appeal. These films, known for their...

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....

Forensic Analysis Reveals Crude Homemade Bomb in Kerala Blast

Forensic experts examining the blast site at the Zamra International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Kalamassery, Kerala, have made a startling discovery. The individual...

Lionel Messi Secures Eighth Ballon d’Or Award: A Legend’s Triumph

On Monday, Lionel Messi, the 36-year-old football legend, claimed his eighth Ballon d'Or award at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, solidifying his status...

Hollywood Actors and Studios: Ongoing Contract Disputes and Implications for the Industry

As Hollywood actors continue their strike in pursuit of more equitable contracts, the negotiations between striking actors and major film and television studios have...

House Republicans Propose Controversial Funding Shift from IRS to Aid Israel

In a bold move that has ignited a political firestorm, House Republicans have announced a proposal to cut funding for the Internal Revenue Service...

PM Modi Pays Tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on His Birth Anniversary

On the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended his wishes to the nation and paid tribute to the Iron...

DOT’s digital initiatives for telecom licensees and retirees shine at IMC-2023

The Comptroller General of Communications Accounts (CGCA) of the Department of Telecommunications (DOT) presented its digitization initiatives at IMC-2023. Emphasis has been placed on...

12th Fail Box Office Collection: A Heartwarming Tale of Success and Ambition

Vidhu Vinod Chopra's latest film, "12th Fail," is making waves at the box office with a heartwarming story of ambition, dedication, and overcoming setbacks....

Elevating Transportation: EHang’s Pilotless Joyrides Over Guangzhou

The approval of the world's first electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) taxi for pilotless flights represents a significant step forward in the development...

Viksit Bharat@2047: India’s Roadmap to a $30 Trillion Economy by 2047

The Indian government is in the final stages of crafting a comprehensive blueprint, known as "Viksit Bharat@2047," that aims to transform India into a...

Russian Defense Minister Accuses the West of Expanding Ukraine Conflict to Asia-Pacific

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has claimed that Western powers aim to extend the Ukraine conflict to the Asia-Pacific region. Speaking at the Xiangshan...

Quantum Entanglement Experiment Suggests Possibility of Time Travel

Time travel, a concept popular in science fiction, has always intrigued humanity. While most depictions involve large machines, scientists have proposed a theoretical experiment...

Rekha and Shatrughan Sinha’s Heartwarming Reunion at Wedding Reception

Rekha and Shatrughan Sinha, celebrated icons of the Indian film industry, shared a touching reunion at a recent wedding reception in Mumbai. This delightful...

Nepal to Host ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier Final for Two Coveted Spots

Eight Teams Compete in High-Stakes Tournament Nepal is set to host the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier Final, featuring eight competing teams vying...

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Captures Merging Galaxies Arp-Madore 2339-661

NASA has shared a captivating image of an interacting galaxy pair known as Arp-Madore 2339-661, captured using the Hubble Space Telescope. These galaxies are...

China Boosts Domestic Flights to 34% Above Pre-Pandemic Levels, Fueling Airline Recovery

China's aviation regulator, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), has announced plans to significantly increase domestic flights to 34% above pre-pandemic levels in...

Tejas LCA vs. JF-17 Thunder: A Comparative Analysis of Indigenous Fighter Jets in India and Pakistan

India's foray into fighter jet production is exemplified by its two homegrown aircraft, the HAL Marut and the IAF Tejas LCA. While India is...

NASA’s SWIM Project Charts Martian Ice to Aid Future Missions

In the quest for life beyond Earth and preparing for the eventual human exploration of Mars, NASA's Subsurface Water Ice Mapping (SWIM) project is...

Exploring Explosive Stellar Deaths: INFUSE Sounding Rocket Mission Takes Flight

In a quest to unravel the mysteries of how stellar explosions contribute to the formation of new star systems, a groundbreaking sounding rocket mission...

Aditi Rao Hydari Admiration for Kangana Ranaut and the Favorites in Her Life

Aditi Rao Hydari, a versatile and talented actress in the Indian film industry, has never shied away from expressing her admiration for her peers....

Escalation of Conflict Between Israel and Hamas Raises Global Concerns

As the conflict between the Israeli military and Hamas intensifies, the situation in the Gaza Strip continues to deteriorate. Israel has expanded its attacks...

Maldives President-Elect Mohamed Muizzu Signals Intent to Remove Indian Troops

In a notable foreign policy move, the President-elect of the Maldives, Mohamed Muizzu, has reaffirmed his commitment to requesting the removal of Indian troops...

Menopausal Chimpanzees Deepen the Mystery of Why Women Stop Reproducing

In a groundbreaking discovery, a group of wild chimpanzees in Uganda's Kibale National Park has become the first non-human primates to be documented experiencing...

Revealing the Metabolic Secrets Behind dengue Aedes aegypti Egg Survival

A team of researchers has uncovered the metabolic intricacies that allow Aedes aegypti mosquito eggs to survive extreme desiccation. By delving into the metabolic...

The Link Between Internal and National Security: Insights from Former National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon

Former National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon recently delivered a keynote address at Delhi's India International Centre during the launch of "National Security Challenges," a...

Venus May Have Had Plate Tectonics, Raising Questions About Early Life and Planetary Evolution

A recent study led by researchers at Brown University suggests that Venus, often seen as a blazing inferno, may have had plate tectonics in...

Breakthrough Semiconductor Material Offers Hope for Faster and More Efficient Electronics

A team of chemists at Columbia University has made a significant breakthrough in semiconductor technology. They have developed a superatomic material called Re6Se8Cl2, which...

Earth’s “Vital Signs” in Peril: Unprecedented Challenges Demand Urgent Action

An international collaboration of scientists has issued a stark warning that the Earth's "vital signs" have reached alarming levels, putting life on the planet...

Eight Former Indian Navy Personnel Sentenced to Death in Qatar: India Expresses Shock and Promises Legal Action

A court in Qatar has sentenced eight former Indian Navy personnel to death, leaving the Indian government in shock and vowing to explore all...

Mysterious Deaths of Hundreds of Elephants in Africa Linked to Rare Bacterial Infection

In 2020, a devastating and mysterious phenomenon unfolded in the heart of Africa as more than 350 elephants in Botswana's Okavango delta perished during...

Gamma-Ray Burst Provides Glimpse into Creation of Rare Elements

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have witnessed the extraordinary aftermath of an exceptionally bright gamma-ray burst, GRB 230307A, which was generated by a neutron...

England Seeks Redemption as They Face Sri Lanka in Must-Win ODI World Cup Match

England, the defending champions, aim to regain their form as they face Sri Lanka in a crucial ODI World Cup encounter at the M.Chinnaswamy...

Deadly Shootings in Maine: Multiple Victims and Suspect Still at Large

At least 22 people have been killed in a series of shootings in Lewiston, Maine, with over 50-60 people reported injured. Authorities are still...

India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor: A Game Changer in Regional Integration

The India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEEC) has emerged as a transformative initiative, promising to reshape the economic and geopolitical landscape across the regions it...

U.S. Officially Designates Hamas as a Terrorist Organization

In a significant move, the United States has officially designated Hamas, the Palestinian militant group, as a terrorist organization. This announcement comes amid the...

Mars’s Mysterious Interior Revealed: New Insights from Meteorite Impact

Seismic waves generated by a meteorite impact on the other side of Mars from where NASA's InSight lander sits have provided new clues about...

China’s New Sovereign Bonds Aim to Support Economic Recovery

China's decision to issue 1 trillion yuan ($137 billion) in sovereign bonds, as approved by its top parliament body, aims to strengthen the economic...

Rediscovered Religious Artifacts at Nepalese Monastery Raise Questions of Cultural Repatriation

Hidden away for years in storage rooms, hundreds of precious religious artifacts have been rediscovered at the Itumbaha monastery in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu. These...

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut Clashes with Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde Over “Hamas” Remark

In a recent political spat within the state of Maharashtra, Shiv Sena Member of Parliament (MP) Sanjay Raut and the Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath...

Skyroot Aerospace Unveils Vikram-1 Rocket to Deliver Satellites to Low Earth Orbit

Skyroot Aerospace, a space start-up, revealed its indigenously developed Vikram-1 rocket, set to deploy satellites into low Earth orbit in early 2024. The unveiling...

New Viruses Found on Hainan Island, China, Pose Potential Threat to Humans

Chinese scientists have recently discovered eight previously unidentified viruses in rodents on Hainan, a tropical island located off the southern coast of China. This...

Mars May Have Been a Planet of Rivers: New Insights from Curiosity Rover Data

New analysis of data from NASA's Curiosity rover is shedding light on Mars' geologic history. The findings suggest that much of the craters on...

India Reiterates Humanitarian Assistance to Gaza Amid Israel-Hamas Conflict

India's Deputy Permanent Representative (DPR) to the United Nations, Ambassador R. Ravindra, has reaffirmed India's commitment to providing humanitarian assistance to civilians in the...

Hamas Terrorists Admit Involvement in Deadly Attacks on Israel in Shocking Video

In a shocking development, the Israel Securities Authority (ISA) has released a video clip showing purported confessions of Hamas terrorists actively participating in the...

Understanding the Complexities of Designating Terrorist Organizations

The term "terrorist organization" has become increasingly prevalent in global discourse as nations and international bodies grapple with the challenges posed by groups that...

World’s Oldest Dog, Bobi, Passes Away at Age 31

The world's oldest dog, a Portuguese Rafeiro do Alentejo named Bobi, has passed away at the age of 31. This remarkable canine's longevity is...

Scientists Unlock the Age of the Moon Using Ancient Crystals

Scientists from the Field Museum and the University of Glasgow have harnessed the power of cutting-edge technology to unlock the age of the Moon,...

The Vanishing Mountain Chicken Frogs: A Dire Conservation Challenge

The mountain chicken frog, named for its supposed chicken-like taste, was once an abundant and iconic species in Dominica. Thousands of these large amphibians...

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

On October 4, 2023, a tragic event unfolded in the Himalayas, as a cloudburst above Lhonak Lake in North Sikkim triggered a Glacial Lake...

Shoaib Akhtar Lauds Virat Kohli’s Pressure-Packed Performance in World Cup

Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar showered praise on Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli for delivering an outstanding performance yet again when the stakes were...

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....

Revealing Ancient Rock Engravings in Brazil’s Amazon as Drought Lowers Water Levels

In an unprecedented turn of events, the Amazon region in Brazil has experienced an extreme drought, leading to a significant drop in river water...

Israel Claims Discovery of Chemical Weapons Instructions on Hamas Terrorist’s USB Drive

In a recent development, Israeli President Isaac Herzog has made a startling revelation regarding the discovery of a USB device on the body of...

Virat Kohli’s Heroic 95 Propels India to Victory in World Cup 2023 Clash with New Zealand

India captain Rohit Sharma did not have much to say when he was asked about Virat Kohli's match-winning 95 against New Zealand in their...

Gaza Humanitarian Crisis: Water and Health Catastrophe Looms as Israeli Blockade Persists

WHO and other humanitarian aid organizations continuously calling about the Israel-Hamas’ war is tearing humanity apart and this war is being fought on many...

GMRT Radio Telescope Sheds New Light on Earth’s Ionosphere

In a groundbreaking achievement, researchers have harnessed the power of the Giant Meterwave Radio Telescope (GMRT) to explore disturbances in Earth's ionosphere, a domain...

US Imposes Sanctions on Chinese Firms for Supplying Missile-Applicable Items to Pakistan

The United States has imposed sanctions on three Chinese companies for their involvement in supplying missile-applicable items to Pakistan's ballistic missile program. The U.S....

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Deplores Chaotic Situation, Aims to Lead His Party Out of Crisis

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who has been in exile for four years, expressed his concern over the chaotic state of affairs in...

Meta and Google Withdraw from Web Summit Over Criticism of Israel’s Actions

Meta and Google have withdrawn from the Web Summit, a significant annual tech event, following criticisms from the event's organizer regarding Israel's actions in...

India Introduces Star Labeling for Solar Panels and Promotes Quality and Efficiency

The Indian government has launched a Standards & Labeling Program for solar panels aimed at helping consumers make informed choices while purchasing and deploying...

Israel-Hamas war row: Gaza’s next big threat: Cholera- Humanity torn apart in Gaza: UN Agencies and Non-profits organization warns

Israel-Hamas' war is tearing humanity apart, says WHO, this war is being fought on many fronts simultaneously, now there is a fear from Gaza...

Japan reaches milestone with successful sea test of electromagnetic rail gun

In a major technological achievement, the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) has conducted the world's first documented naval test of its medium caliber naval...

Orionids meteor shower to light up the night sky: What to expect and how to watch it

Millions of people across America recently marveled at the "Ring of Fire" solar eclipse, and now another cosmic event is set to captivate sky...

India to Establish Bharat Semiconductor Research Centre in Collaboration with Industry and Academia

India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is set to embark on the establishment of the Bharat Semiconductor Research Centre in collaboration with the...

Scientists Detect Ancient and Powerful Fast Radio Burst, Challenging Existing Models

Researchers have made a remarkable discovery by measuring the most well-travelled fast radio burst (FRB) to date. This powerful and fleeting burst of energy...

IBM’s NorthPole Processor Chip Revolutionizes AI with Exceptional Speed and Efficiency

Researchers at IBM's Almaden research center in San Jose, California, have unveiled a groundbreaking development in artificial intelligence (AI) with their NorthPole processor chip....

Chinese Scientists Unveil Ambitious Plan to Build World’s Largest Neutrino Telescope in South China Sea

In a groundbreaking endeavor, Chinese scientists have embarked on the construction of the world's largest neutrino telescope, poised to dive 3,500 meters beneath the...

Orionids meteor shower will pass in October in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres America

After millions of people across America witnessed the Ring of Fire Eclipse last week, another celestial phenomenon will delight skygazers. The Orionids meteor shower...

US President Joe Biden told the nation that Hamas and Russia are trying to “destroy” democracy

US President Joe Biden told the nation from the Oval Office on Friday that Hamas and Russia are trying to "destroy" democracy. "The terrorism...

Virat Kohli scored his 48th ODI century in a seven-wicket win over Bangladesh in the World Cup

Virat Kohli hit his 48th ODI century to lead India to a seven-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the World Cup on Thursday. Kohli's brilliant...

Pentagon Report Reveals China’s Expanding Nuclear Arsenal and ICBM Developments

A recent report from the Pentagon has shed light on China's nuclear capabilities and developments, stating that China possesses more than 500 nuclear bombs...

Celestial Marvel: ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Captivates the Americas as NASA’s EPIC View Shines

On October 19, 2023, people across the Americas were granted a celestial spectacle of rare beauty as they gazed upon a breathtaking "ring of...

Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks: Giant ‘Horned’ Comet Explodes Again, Heads Closer to Earth

The British Astronomical Association (BAA) has been closely monitoring the intriguing celestial phenomenon known as Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks. This comet, which is approximately three times...

Climate Change to Transform Rainfall Patterns in Indo-Gangetic Plains, Warns Study

In a significant revelation, a study conducted by the Mahamana Centre of Excellence in Climate Change Research has shed light on the impending ecological...

India and Bangladesh Set to Clash in Pivotal Cricket Match in Pune

On October 19, 2023, cricket enthusiasts around the world will be glued to their screens as India and Bangladesh face off in a highly...

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...

The Foxglove Flower’s Allure and Its Potent Impact on the Heart

Foxglove, scientifically known as Digitalis, is a beautiful flowering plant that has a rich history in herbal medicine. It is native to Europe and...

Fertility Boost: Compound Found in Cells Reverses Declining Fertility in Older Mice

A breakthrough study has revealed that a common compound found in most living cells, spermidine, can reverse declining fertility in older mice and even...

Antiviral Pill Ensitrelvir Shows Promise in Reducing Loss of Smell and Taste in COVID-19

A new antiviral pill called ensitrelvir has shown promise in reducing the duration of loss of smell and taste, two unpleasant symptoms of COVID-19....

Man Develops Painful Rash After Eating Shiitake Mushrooms

Consuming undercooked or inadequately prepared food can lead to various health issues, and a recent case study published in The New England Journal of...

NASA’s Hubble Telescope Reveals Cosmic Reef 163,000 Light-Years Away

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, a source of awe-inspiring imagery, recently treated space enthusiasts to a mesmerizing sight. In a post on their Instagram handle,...

Stars Gather to Celebrate Hema Malini’s 75th Birthday in Style

As Bollywood icon Hema Malini celebrated her 75th birthday, the who's who of the Indian film industry gathered to honor the timeless beauty at...

Mohammad Yousuf Criticizes Wasim Akram for Not Backing Babar Azam Amid Shoaib Malik’s Captaincy Suggestion

India versus Pakistan clashes in ICC events are always high-stake affairs, not just for the intense atmosphere and fan fervor, but also for the...

Mickey Arthur’s Bold World Cup Warning to India After Pakistan’s Crushing Defeat

Mickey Arthur, the head coach of the Pakistan cricket team, caused a stir with his controversial statement following Pakistan's resounding seven-wicket loss at the...

Developments in Israel-Hamas Conflict: Biden’s Visit, Humanitarian Aid Agreement, and More

The Israeli Air Force struck Hezbollah infrastructure in Lebanon in response to an attack on Israeli targets by the terrorist organization. The ongoing conflict...

Deadly Earthquake Strikes Eastern Afghanistan, Leaving Thousands Affected

A devastating earthquake in eastern Afghanistan has resulted in a significant loss of life, with over 1,000 reported dead and an additional 3,000 injured....

Wholesale price index continued to remain in the negative zone in India

Wholesale inflation in India, based on the wholesale price index, continued to remain in the negative zone for the sixth month until September, official...

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...

UN Chief’s Urgent Plea for Peace and Aid in Israel-Hamas Conflict

In the midst of the intensifying conflict between Israel and Hamas, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued a heartfelt appeal on Monday. His message...

Joe Biden’s Warning and the Unfolding Tragedy: Israel-Hamas Conflict Updates

Amidst the escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas, US President Joe Biden has issued a stern warning to Israel, urging them to avoid reoccupying...

Afghanistan Stuns Defending Champions England in Cricket World Cup Upset

In a shocking turn of events, Afghanistan pulled off a major upset at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 by defeating the defending champions,...

U.S. Increases Engagement Amid Escalating Tension in Gaza

Amid escalating tension in Gaza after the Hamas attacks against Israel, U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and...

ISRO Chief Provides Updates on Aditya-L1 Solar Mission and Gaganyaan Space Program

Indian Space and Research Organisation (ISRO) chief S Somanath on Sunday said that India's maiden space-based solar mission, the Aditya-L1 spacecraft, is progressing smoothly...

Israel Warns Gaza Residents to Evacuate Ahead of Expected Ground Offensive

The Israeli military has issued a warning to residents in southern Palestine, urging them to evacuate ahead of an expected ground offensive against Hamas....

US Extends Employment Authorization for Certain Non-immigrants, Benefit for Indians Waiting for Green Cards

The United States has announced that it will issue Employment Authorization Documents (EADs) with a validity of up to five years for certain non-immigrant...

India vs. Pakistan: Cricket’s Greatest Rivalry Takes Center Stage at the World Cup

The stage is set for the most anticipated showdown in cricket – India vs. Pakistan at the World Cup. This epic rivalry not only...

Is Your Smartphone Making You Gain Weight? Scientists Investigate the Connection

Mobile phones have seamlessly integrated into our daily lives, revolutionizing the way we communicate and consume content. However, some experts suggest that the increasing...

India’s Ambitious Plan to Boost AI Innovation with 24,500 GPUs Across 17 Centers

A working group of AI experts in India has proposed a bold initiative to advance AI innovation in the country. The plan entails the...

Earth’s Inner Core May Be ‘Softer Than Butter,’ Revealing New Mysteries

Recent research has unveiled a surprising revelation about Earth's inner core, challenging long-held beliefs that it is as rigid as solid metal. A study...

Competitive Camaraderie: The Unique Relationship Between Indian and Pakistani Cricketers

In the world of sports, a peculiar phenomenon often emerges where fierce competitors not only coexist peacefully but genuinely relish each other's triumphs. Such...

Script of ‘The Vaccine War’ to Become Part of the Permanent Core Collection at The Oscars Library

Director-writer Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri shared an exciting development, revealing that the script of his film, 'The Vaccine War,' will soon be a permanent part...

Israeli Embassy Staffer Attacked in Beijing, China

An Israeli embassy staffer in Beijing, China, was attacked and hospitalized, according to the Israel foreign ministry. The diplomat is in stable condition, and...

Breaking Ground: Second Malaria Vaccine Offers Hope Amidst the Battle Against a Silent Killer

Malaria remains a severe global health concern, with an estimated 600,000 deaths expected this year, predominantly affecting children under five years old in Africa. Recent...

Deeper Ocean Layers Vulnerable: Prolonged Marine Heat Waves Threaten Biodiversity and Ecosystems

Marine heat waves, prolonged periods of unusually high ocean temperatures, are increasingly impacting the world's oceans due to human-induced climate change. These events can...

Exoplanet Collision Creates Astronomical Spectacle: Bright Light and Dust Plumes Observed

A groundbreaking study published in Nature unveils a remarkable celestial event – the collision of two ice giant exoplanets in the vicinity of a...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Vows to Crush Hamas Amid Escalating Conflict, highlights

In the midst of a major conflict that unfolded alongside the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a strong declaration, stating...

Monkey Receives Genetically Engineered Pig Kidney in Milestone for Xenotransplantation

A groundbreaking achievement in the field of xenotransplantation has brought hope for addressing the chronic human organ shortage. Researchers from the US biotech company...

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....

NASA to Reveal First Images of Asteroid Sample in Hunt for Solar System’s Origins

NASA is set to unveil the first images of the largest asteroid sample ever collected from space. This collection, from the OSIRIS-REx mission, holds...

Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) Commander Involved in 2016 Pathankot Attack Shot Dead in Pakistan

Shahid Latif, a commander within the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist organization and a key figure linked to the 2016 Pathankot Indian Air Force (IAF) base...

Pakistan Achieves World Record Run-Chase to Triumph Over Sri Lanka in Thrilling World Cup Encounter

In a nail-biting One Day International (ODI) World Cup match, Pakistan demonstrated their mettle by staging a remarkable world-record run-chase to secure victory over...

American Climber Declared Dead on Remote Tibetan Peak

An American climber, Gina Marie Rzucidlo, has been declared dead on the remote Shishapangma mountain in Tibet. This tragic news follows the deaths of...

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....

Claudia Goldin Wins 2023 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences for Advancing Understanding of Women’s Labor Market Outcomes

Economic historian Claudia Goldin from Harvard University has been awarded the 2023 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences, often referred to as the "economics...

Coal Industry Faces Massive Job Losses: China and India Hardest Hit

The global coal industry is on the precipice of a seismic shift, with over four lakh mining jobs, or almost 100 workers per day,...

2°C Global Temperature Rise Could Make Indus Valley Uninhabitable for 2.2 Billion

A new study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences warns that if global temperature rise by 2 degrees Celsius above...

Cricket Set for Glorious Return to Olympics in 2028: ICC Delighted

Cricket enthusiasts have reason to rejoice as the sport is poised to make a triumphant return to the Olympic stage, with reports indicating its...