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SEC investigates manipulated Alzheimer’s study claims

New Delhi, Nov 18 | The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched an investigation into Texas-based Cassava Sciences. The agency will investigate...

B’desh Parliament passes SSF Bill for security to Bangabandhu’s family

By Sumi KhanDhaka, Nov 17 | The Parliament of Bangladesh on Tuesday passed the Special Security Force (SSF) Bill 2021 to provide family members...

J&K polls to be held soon: Tarun Chugh (IANS Interview)

By Santosh Kumar PathakNew Delhi, Nov 15 | All efforts are being made to hold elections in Jammu and Kashmir, after the delimitation process...

7 arrested in K’taka liquor shop vandalism case

Chikmagalur (Karnataka), Nov 15 | Police in Karnataka on Monday arrested seven people, including three women and a minor boy, in connection with...

1 in 12 Indians is diabetic, second highest in world: Report

Bengaluru, Nov 13 | One in 12 adults or more than 74 million people living in India are diabetes patients, according to a new...

Nobel Peace Laureate to address human rights forum

London, Nov 12 | Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa and Zahra Joya, an Afghan reporter who fled the Taliban, will join a distinguished...

Nations, regions forge initiative to phase out fossil fuel extraction

BY VISHAL GULATIGlasgow, Nov 12 | At the ongoing UN climate talks (COP26) in Glasgow, Costa Rica and Denmark have officially launched the world's...

Incessant rain fill up hundreds of lakes at K’taka’s Bandipur Tiger...

Chamarajanagar, (Karnataka) Nov 11 | Due to the incessant rain since the past one week, a total of 363 lakes in 13 divisions of...

Modi shows will, way to tackle climate change: Commonwealth Secretary General...

BY VISHAL GULATIGlasgow, Nov 9 | The whole Commonwealth will work together, harder and smarter to achieve the targets of the Paris...

AU to study UP’s transformation to a prosperous state

Prayagraj, Nov 9: The Allahabad University (AU) will now conduct a detailed study as to how Uttar Pradesh has become a 'samarth rajya'...

Keep up momentum against climate change: Johnson

BY VISHAL GULATIGlasgow, Nov 8 | With the second and last week at Glasgow pivotal for world leaders who are hard at work on...

Nepal to sell surplus power to India

Kathmandu, Nov 3 | Nepal will sell electricity to India at a time when the Himalayan country boasts surplus power, the Ministry of Energy,...

G20 reaffirms, now Glasgow to launch substantial green recovery

Glasgow, Nov 1 | G20 leaders have committed to revisit and further enhance their 2030 emission reduction targets. This must now paint the way...

China’s climate plan no big surprise, rather ‘disappointing’

BY VISHAL GULATINew Delhi, Oct 29 | Just hours ahead of the world's climate leaders gathering in Glasgow for the Conference of the Parties...

3-day RSS meet begins in K’taka, attacks on Hindus in B’desh...

Dharwad (Karnataka), Oct 28 | Three-day Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's (RSS) Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal Bhaitak (national executive committee meeting) began on...

Doyen of cancer treatment in India Krishnan Nair passes away

Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 28 | One of the tallest figures in the country in cancer treatment, M. Krishnan Nair passed away here on Thursday, family...

Canadian street named Cheema Drive

Chandigarh, Oct 28 | A new street in Winnipeg, Canada, has been named after Gulzar Singh Cheema, the first Indian-born Canadian doctor...

Climate change may reduce farm incomes in India by 15%: Study

New Delhi, Oct 28 | Climate impacts would tear through G20 countries without urgent action to reduce emissions, and in India, it could mean...

Canada’s first Hindu minister Anita Anand gets defence portfolio

Toronto, Oct 26 | Canada's first Hindu Cabinet minister Anita Anand made history on Tuesday by becoming the country's second-ever woman defence minister by...

Right food can help beat depression, say nutritionists

Hyderabad, Oct 26 | Eating the right food can help beat depression effectively during difficult times, say nutritionists.Troubles linked to personal health, family situation,...

Covid killed more people in US than HIV/AIDS did in 40...

Washington, Oct 23 | Covid-19 has become the deadliest pandemic in the US history, claiming more lives than HIV/AIDS claimed in 40 years, according...

7 killed in attack on Madrasa in B’desh

By Sumi KhanDhaka, Oct 23 | Seven persons have been killed and several others injured in an attack on a Madrasa at a Rohingya...

Twitter study on 7 countries confirms right-leaning skew except in Germany

By Nikhila NatarajanNew York, Oct 22 | In a continuing study on the effects of machine learning (ML) on public conversation, Twitter has confirmed...

Jamaat leader pleads guilty to communal attack in B’desh

By Sumi KhanDhaka, Oct 22 | Jamaat-e-Islami leader Kamaluddin Abbasi has pleaded guilty to his involvement in an attack on a Durga puja...

UP teachers resent orders to collect waste, recite Ramayana

Firozabad/Etah (UP), Oct 22 | Tasks assigned to teachers on Valmiki Jayanti on October 20 in two Uttar Pradesh districts have led to widespread...

Human Rights Watch asks for protecting Bangladesh Hindus, but calls for...

By Arul LouisNew York, Oct 22 | While asking Bangladesh authorities to protect Hindus, the international group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said law...

Teacher arrested in Dhaka for spreading hatred on social media

Dhaka, Oct 20 | The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), the elite anti-crime and anti-terrorism unit of the Bangladesh Police, has arrested Ruma Sarkar, an...

Opportunity for G7 to lead global clean energy transition: IEA

New Delhi, Oct 20 | G7 members are well placed to fully decarbonise their electricity supply by 2035, which would accelerate the technological advances...

Fossil fuel production plans out of sync with Paris limits: UN...

New Delhi, Oct 20 | As climate disasters increase in intensity and frequency around the world, the 2021 Production Gap Report by leading research...

Personal Law Board leaders to address Milad meet in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Oct 18 | All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) leaders will address the annual public meeting in Hyderabad on Tuesday organised by...

Ayodhya’s ‘Deepotsav’ will now have 9 lakh diyas

Ayodhya, Oct 18 | The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has decided that nine lakh diyas (earthen lamps) would be lit in Ayodhya...

With Trinamool’s entry, ‘Durga’ becomes political metaphor in poll-bound Goa

Panaji, Oct 13 | Durga Puja, West Bengal's most popular festival, has become a political metaphor in the poll-bound state and the deity Durga,...

Climate change in Tibetan Plateau impacts livelihoods: Report

New Delhi, Oct 12 | In the run up to the Glasgow climate talks (COP26) and the ongoing UN biodiversity summit, a new report...

IRDAI in need of fresh blood transfusion, restructuring, say experts

By Venkatachari JagannathanChennai, Oct 11 | Infusing fresh blood into the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) by offering voluntary retirement scheme...

Mental disorders swell, women & youth most affected: Lancet

New Delhi, Oct 9 | The pandemic has led to a significant rise in major depressive and anxiety disorders globally, affecting women and younger...

‘Steps taken for reduction in paddy straw generation yielding positive results’

New Delhi, Oct 8 | Steps taken towards reduction in paddy straw generation are yielding positive results with the total paddy area and straw...

China’s biggest airshow showcases military prowess

New Delhi, Oct 7 | China's military displayed some of its most advanced weaponry and equipment during the country's largest airshow concluded recently.Air show...

With India’s soft loan, Nepal gets new strategic transmission line

Kathmandu, Oct 6 | With the Indian soft loan, Nepal has constructed a 220 KV Double Circuit Koshi Corridor power transmission in eastern Nepal...

Facebook whistleblower cites spying by China

New York, Oct 6 | During much-anticipated testimony before the US Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen repeatedly pointed outside of...

Urban heat islands leading to increased vulnerable population

New Delhi, Oct 5 | A new study of more than 13,000 cities worldwide has found that the number of person-days in which inhabitants...

Quantum leap for J&K’s culture, tourism and economy

Srinagar, Oct 4 | Jammu and Kashmir is home to a blend of rich and diverse cultures. People of multi-religious, ethnic, lingual identities live...

NASA images show polluted skies set to engulf north India soon

New Delhi, Oct 4 | The clear blue skies over the national capital may go dark soon with dust and smoke as the stubble...

From 7 National Highways in 2014 to 11 in 2021, ‘Naya...

Srinagar, Sep 29 | The process to build 'Naya Jammu and Kashmir' commenced much before August 5, 2019 -- when New Delhi announced its...

Tech Cos block over 11.6 mn transactions for endangered wildlife online

New Delhi, Sep 29 | Online technology companies in the 'Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online' reported removing or blocking over 11.6 million listings...

Failed state Pakistan goes deeper into massive crisis

New Delhi, Sep 28 | The overall political, security and economic situation appears to be deteriorating in Pakistan day by day. Pakistani vernacular media...

Pakistan’s anti-US tirade scales new heights

New Delhi, Sep 27 | It is difficult to discern whether Pakistan is angry more with its biggest aid-giver America or arch rival India....

Evergrande financial crisis: An analysis

New Delhi, Sep 24 | Evergrande, a real estate juggernaut in China, is heading into its darkest days as the company is facing its...

SL FM briefs Indian counterpart on actions taken on post-war issues

Colombo, Sep 24 | During a meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, Sri Lanka Foreign Minister G. L....

43 cities from Maharashtra join ‘Race to Zero’

Mumbai/New Delhi, Sep 24 | Furthering its efforts of progressive climate action, Maharashtra has announced that 43 of its cities and urban clusters would...

Veerkonnya Pritilota – A forgotten glorious history of Bengal’s 1st female...

By Sumi KhanChittagong, Sep 24 | The armed revolution against the British was not mens affair only. Veerkonnya Pritilata, Bengals...

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DGCA imposes Rs 5 lakh fine on IndiGo for denying boarding...

New Delhi, May 28 | Civil aviation watchdog, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Saturday imposed a fine of Rs 5 lakh...