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China won’t surround India with ‘string of pearls’ bases

Shanghai: It's not possible for China to surround India in a 'string of pearls' bases as has been stated by some commentators, according to...

New experimental HIV vaccine offers hope

New York: A vaccine regimen that first primes the immune system and then boosts it to increase the response could ultimately prove to be...

Revealed: Medical Colleges in India knee deep in corruption

By NewsGram Staff Writer July 2015: Last month, Reuters carried a special report titled “Why India's medical schools are plagued with fraud?” that exposed various...

VIP darshans: Are the Gods and time sole privileges of the influential?

By Prerna Grewal The demand to stop the practice of issuing VIP tickets for having darshan at the temple is the new mantra of many...

Local environmentalists protest the move to reduce eco-sensitive zone around the Taj Mahal

Agra: Local environmentalists on Wednesday again voiced their opposition to the Uttar Pradesh government's move to reduce the eco-sensitive zone limit around Sur Sarovar...

Landslide in West Bengal, death toll climbs to 28

Siliguri/Kolkata (West Bengal): The toll in landslides triggered by incessant rain in West Bengal's Darjeeling hills has risen to 28, an official said on...

Odisha gearing up for massive pulpwood plantation drive

Bhubaneswar: In a move to increase livelihood options in tribal-dominated areas against the backdrop of the changing climatic conditions, Odisha has decided to go...

A military hotline between India and China to be operational soon

Beijing: A military hotline between the armed forces headquarters of India and China is expected to become operational soon, according to defence ministry officials...

Presence of Methane on Pluto confirmed: NASA

Washington: NASA's New Horizon probe -- set for a Pluto flyby on July 14 -- has confirmed that there is frozen methane on Pluto's...

China set to become world’s leader in solar power

By NewsGram Staff Writer China is set to become world's leader in solar power. The country has almost tripled the number of solar cells which...

US and Cuba set to re-open their embassies in each other’s capitals

Washington: The US and Cuba are on Wednesday scheduled to announce the reopening of embassies in Washington and Havana for the first time in...

Group of US based doctors in India to promote veganism, better way of life

New Delhi: A lot of Hollywood actors were already doing it but when, closer to home, Bollywood icon Aamir Khan recently announced his plans...

2.4 billion people still have no access to sanitation facilities: WHO

United Nations: Some 2.4 billion people -- one out of every three inhabitants of the planet -- still have no access to sanitation facilities,...

Amarnath Yatra begins: over 1,000 pilgrims left Jammu on Wednesday for the shrine

Jammu: Over 1,000 pilgrims of the first batch of this year's annual Amarnath Yatra left Jammu on Wednesday for the high-altitude cave shrine in...

Indian Education System: Anglicizing education at the cost of indigenous languages

Why would a free India want to continue with English as the preferred language at the expense of Indian languages and at the expense of Sanskrit which is the basis of those languages and is praised the world over? In which country the upper classes do not to speak in their mother tongue?

Designer from Meghalaya showcases Indian ethnic apparel at global fashion hubs

New Delhi: Daniel Syiem, a young designer from Meghalaya, who has showcased Indian ethnic apparel in global fashion hubs like New York, London and...

Egypt’s top prosecutor killed in a blast

By NewsGram Staff Writer Cairo: Egypt's top prosecutor was assassinated on Monday morning in a blast near his house in Cairo.                 The blast targeted the convoy...

Hub of Khasi culture, Khasi Heritage Village in shambles

By NewsGram Staff Writer The hub of Khasi culture and a much awaited project of Mawphlang region, Khasi Heritage Village is currently in a miserable...

Beatlemania: The fab four’s India connection

By Gaurav Sharma The swinging sixties was an era of cultural revolution. The decade challenged social norms, customs and orthodox beliefs in order to establish...

Messi’s name saved kidnapped Argentine engineer’s life

Buenos Aires: An Argentine agricultural engineer kidnapped in Nigeria and held captive for three days in the west African country claimed using the name...

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