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25 Indian boats damaged by Sri Lankan Navy: Fishermen

Chennai, Sep 23 | At least 25 fishing boats of Indian fishermen were damaged after Sri Lankan navy personnel allegedly attacked them on Wednesday...

No climate finance for hydropower: ‘Rivers for Climate’ declaration

New Delhi, Sep 23 | With less than 40 days to go for COP26, 300 organisations from 69 countries have urged the governments and...

CAIT protest on Thursday against foreign e-commerce firms violating laws

New Delhi, Sep 22 | Strongly opposing the open violation of the laws by the big foreign companies in the Indian e- commerce business,...

WHO revises air quality guidelines, experts suggest India should revise its...

New Delhi, Sep 22 | The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday revised its more than a decade old Global Air Quality Guidelines (AQGs),...

Liver abscesses most common in India — and Covid-19 has pushed...

By Rachel V. ThomasNew Delhi, Sep 22 | If you are experiencing recurrent fever, loss of appetite, diarrhoea, coupled with a dull, throbbing sensation...

Transportation dominating source in 4-city data on latest emission causes

New Delhi, Sep 22 | A new study has pinpointed the estimated total emissions of PM2.5 from all sources at 77 gigagrams per year...

Uncertainty looms over new role of ex ministers dropped in July

New Delhi, Sep 21 | Uncertainty looms over the new role of former union ministers, who were dropped from the Modi Cabinet in July,...

Curriculum for women cadets at NDA in the works, exams from...

New Delhi, Sep 21 | The Centre has told the Supreme Court that a study group has been constituted by the defence services to...

Has Covid pandemic contributed to rise in heart disease in India?

New Delhi, Sep 20 | The lockdown-induced sedentary lifestyle, and delay in preventive health check-ups have all contributed to a rise in the cases...

Global Anxieties: Rupee to be under tapering fears (IANS Currency Outlook)

By Rohit VaidMumbai, Sep 18 | Global anxieties along with rising imports and persistently high crude oil prices will weaken the Indian rupee...

Covid rebounds, affects children in China as vaccines turn ineffective

New Delhi Sep 17 | It was just three weeks ago that China announced no new cases of Coronavirus infections, leading the countrys health...

Building ‘Naya J&K’: Train to Kashmir not far away

New Delhi, Sep 17 | Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, who recently visited J&K, announced that the train would reach Kashmir by 2024. He also...

‘Menstrual changes after Covid vax plausible, must be investigated’

London, Sep 16 | Some women say they experienced period changes after getting a Covid-19 vaccination. While the reported changes are short-lived, research into...

Imran Khan says Pak had to endure a ‘terrible’ relationship with...

New Delhi, Sep 16 | Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his country had to endure a "terrible" relationship with the US which...

How AI can help in Covid-19 treatment

London, Sep 16 | A team of international researchers have built an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that can predict how much extra oxygen a...

Draft ‘Safeguards Information System for REDD+’ issued, public comments sought

New Delhi, Sep 15 | The Union Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has come up with a draft document on 'Safeguards Information...

KM Birla didn’t disclose offer to sell his stake to govt,...

New Delhi, Sep 14 | A shareholder of Vodafone Idea, Satya Prakash Sinha, has complained to SEBI that on June 7, when Kumar Mangalam...

Female students sexually assaulted at Canada’s top university

Toronto, Sep 14 | Canada's Western University, which is the country's top research university, faces a major crisis as several female students residing in...

Covid pushed extra 31 mn into extreme poverty: Report

Washington, Sep 14 | Covid-19 pushed an additional 31 million people into extreme poverty in 2020 compared to 2019, according to a report that...

Farm machinery, other steps will keep air pollution in check this...

New Delhi, Sep 13 | The Rs 235 crore and Rs 141 crore for Punjab and Haryana respectively for crop residue management and the...

Farmers to remind Modi of ‘forgotten promise’ during Aligarh visit

Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh), Sep 13 | Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Aligarh on Tuesday, the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) members said...

Chewing gum after heart surgery may help relieve gut problems

New York, Sep 11 | Chewing gum after heart surgery may kickstart the digestive tract, helping patients feel better and potentially be discharged sooner...

Nepal, India agree to construct 4000-KV cross border transmission line

Kathmandu, Sep 10 | In a major boost for bilateral power trade, Nepal and India have signed an investment agreement for the construction of...

US FDA bans sale of nearly a million flavoured e-cigarettes

Washington, Sep 10 | The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has rejected more than 946,000 flavoured electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) products, such...

SC upholds arbitral award in favour of Reliance Infrastructure Ltd (Lead)

New Delhi, Sep 9 | Reliance Infrastructure Ltd on Thursday won a four-year battle for control of money from an arbitration award. The Supreme...

SL Catholic Church to take Easter Sunday blasts to UNHRC in...

By Susitha FernandoColombo, Sep 9 | The Sri Lanka Catholic Church has vowed to complain to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva...

India, Colombia sign memorandum on space cooperation

By Arul LouisUnited Nations, Sep 9 | India and Colombia have signed a memorandum of understanding on space cooperation and pledged to cooperate...

Lekhi, UN Deputy Secretary-General discuss regional issues

By Arul LouisUnited Nations, Sep 9 | India's Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi met UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed to discuss...

Countries emerging from UN peackeeping operations should set own priorities: India

By Arul Louis United Nations, Sep 9 | India has said that countries emerging into a phase of stability after UN peacekeeping operations should be...

Govt mulls centralised AAR system to prevent contradictory rulings

By Subhash NarayanNew Delhi, Sep 7 | The Centre proposes to revamp the advance ruling mechanism under the GST by setting up a centralised...

Getting pregnant seems to be ‘a sin’ for AI women pilots

Chennai, Sep 7 | Is getting pregnant a sin for the women pilots of Air India?It seems so, as per a letter by T.Praveen...

India, US project agreement for air-launched UAV gets final nod

New Delhi, Sep 3 | Indian Defence Ministry and the US Department of Defence project agreement for Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (ALUAV) has got...

SL commends UK’s decision to proscribe LTTE

By Susitha FernandoColombo, Sep 3 | Sri Lanka has commended the UK's move to maintain the proscription of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam...

AI to predict Covid patients at dire need for ventilators

New York, Sep 3 | US researchers have developed an online tool using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help medical staff quickly determine which Covid-19...

Pfizer vax antibody levels decreased over 80% after 6 months: Study

New York, Sep 3 | Antibodies produced by the Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19 decreased more than 80 per cent after six months in some...

Nepal forms team to study boundary dispute with China

Kathmandu, Sep 2 | In a surprise move, the Nepal government has formed a team to probe the boundary dispute with China.There were reports...

Bangladesh actor Pori Moni freed on bail, HC slams multiple remands

By Sumi KhanDhaka, Sep 1 | Popular Bangladesh actress Pori Moni was freed on Wednesday after 27 days in jail, a day...

Auto sales rise despite high fuel cost, chip shortages (Roundup)

Mumbai, Sep 1 | India's major automobile manufacturers posted healthy sales numbers for August despite high fuel cost as well as shortage of electronic...

Delhi hospital sees 2-fold rise in adolescents with anxiety, depression

New Delhi, Sep 1 | A two-fold increase in anxiety, and depression cases among adolescents has been seen, as compared to pre-pandemic times, doctors...

First ever swap kidney transplant done at SGPGIMS

Lucknow, Sep 1 | For the first time in the Uttar Pradesh, the department of Nephrology along with the department of Urology and renal...

Organ transplants fell by a third worldwide due to Covid: Lancet

Milan, Aug 31 | The number of solid organ transplants performed during the first wave of Covid-19 in 2020 plunged by 31 per cent...

B’deshi women victims of human trafficking gang

By Sumi KhanDhaka, Aug 31 | Lured by the offer of handsome salaried jobs in Dubai, Bangladeshi women are becoming victims of a human...

Class 2 student ‘Rian the Lion’ eager to enter 200 km...

Chennai, Aug 30 | Rian the lion. This is what the six and a half years old Rian Kumar is called by other...

Covid recovery doesn’t guarantee antibodies, immunity to re-infection

New York, Aug 30 | Prior exposure to SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing Covid-19, neither guarantees a high level of antibodies nor immunity to re-infection...

Afghanistan’s scientists fear loss of funding, research

London, Aug 30 | The withdrawal of US forces and return of the Taliban in Afghanistan has stoked much fear and dejection among research...

Ayurvedic drug can help kidney recovery: Study

New Delhi, Aug 30 | An Ayurvedic poly-herbal formulation, NEERI-KFT, has the potential to not only slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease...

Festive push: Healthy sales expected despite Covid fears says Hyundai (IANS...

By Rohit VaidNew Delhi, Aug 28 | Automobile major Hyundai Motor India expects healthy sales during the upcoming festive season which will be supported...

India can’t be import-dependent to win future wars: Bipin Rawat

New Delhi, Aug 27 | India's aspiration of becoming a regional powerhouse cannot rely on borrowed strength, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Bipin...

Sri Lanka locks down till Sep 6

Colombo, Aug 27 | Amid an unabated increase of new Covid-19 cases and deaths, Sri Lanka has decided to extend the lockdown for another...

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Star Ratings for vehicles based on crash tests: Gadkari

Chennai, June 24 | Automobiles in India will get star ratings based on their performance in crash tests, said Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for...