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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Geostrategic loss of India in the age of global warming

In the wake of global warming, Arctic Ocean could be foreseen free of ice during summertime, says a study published in the journal Nature...

Modi, Obama hold bilateral meeting on sidelines of climate summit

Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held a bilateral meeting with US President Barack Obama on the sidelines of the Conference of Parties...

BJP walks out of Himachal assembly over corruption

Dharamsala: The first day of the Himachal Pradesh assembly's winter session began on a stormy note on Monday with the main opposition BJP staging a...

Ruckus in Lok Sabha over Rajnath’s purported Modi ‘Hindu ruler’ remark

New Delhi: A purported comment by Home Minister Rajnath Singh that India had got "a Hindu ruler after 800 years" in Prime Minister Narendra...

Modi opens India Pavilion at Paris with focus on renewables

Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the India pavilion at the global climate change conference here, showcasing the country's commitment to renewable energy...

No evidence for warfare or invasion; Aryan migration too is a myth: B B Lal

By Nithin Sridhar The Aryan Question: Part 1 Recently, Congress Parliamentary Party (CPP) leader Mallikarjuna Kharge raked up a controversy in the Parliament by saying: “Ambedkar...

Maggi returns: How safe is Maggi?

New Delhi: Sometimes back, Nestle India seemed to have found a bonus in an earthquake. Following the devastating tremors that rocked Nepal, it faced a...

Regional language content to usher in India internet boom

While India is slated to see a vast increase in the number of internet users within the next few years in the wake of...

WATCH: Tiger befriends goat instead of eating it in Russia zoo

A goat in Russia has become the cynosure of all eyes after a tiger that was supposed to eat it, befriended the former instead. The goat...

Woman breaks age-old custom, offers prayers at Shani temple

Ahmednagar:  A woman entered and offered prayers in the famous Shani temple at a village in Ahmednagar district to break the age-old custom of...

‘Pak High Commission had links with arrested ISI operatives’

New Delhi: Delhi Police on Monday revealed they have substantial information that the Pakistan High Commission had links with the ISI operatives who were...

Personal freedom comes with some non-negotiables

In a 'shocking' news today, a family in Mumbai was asked to get out of a theatre as they refused to respect the National...

Jan Lokpal Bill tabled in Delhi assembly amid protests

New Delhi: Amid protests by Swaraj Abhiyan leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, the Delhi government on Monday tabled the anti-corruption legislation, the Delhi...

Global People’s Climate March: Kerala marches towards forest conservation

Thrissur: Kerala conducted a public rally from Vazhachal to Athirappilly on Sunday, which called for the conservation of the remaining tropical forests to reduce...

Modi, Sharif hold brief interaction on sidelines of climate talks

Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif had a brief interaction on the sidelines of the United Nations climate change conference...

Rajasthan women farmers successfully battle climate change

As the United Nations Climate Change Conference ― 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21), is underway in France, women farmers...

Mobile app recreates Kolkata’s history in real-time

Kolkata: Heritage enthusiasts and tourists can now travel back in time to experience the grandeur of 19th century Kolkata through a unique mobile app that...

Parrikar to discuss military strategies in upcoming US visit

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will head to the US later this week to discuss military strategies such as Defence Trade and Technology...

World’s first venom database to help find more cures

New York: Data scientists at Columbia University have created the first catalogue of known animal toxins and their physiological effects on humans. VenomKB, short for Venom...

Umbilical cells help eye’s neurons connect

New York: Cells isolated from human umbilical cord tissue produce molecules that help retinal neurons from the eyes of rats grow, connect and survive, a...

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This Indian Couple Run Street-Side Classes For Poor And Needy Children

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Lockdown Taught Me Greatest Lessons of Life: Mouni Roy

Actress Mouni Roy, who will soon be seen in the digital film, London Confidential, opposite Purab Kohli, says that lockdown taught her some of...