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Half of the World’s Sandy Beaches Could Disappear by the End of the Century: Scientists

Scientists say that half of the world's sandy beaches could disappear by the end of the century if climate change continues unchecked. Researchers at the...

RIP PUBG: Social Media Floods With Mixed Reactions

Soon after the government banned the popular online game PUBG along with 117 other Chinese applications, a flood of reactions on various social media...

Trends Shaping New Normal for Indian Business Travel

Travel will continue to play an irreplaceable role in meeting critical business needs, however, travellers' health and safety, and a new era of trip...

Indians, Thais Most Confident of Travelling in the “New Normal”

By Siddhi Jain According to a new global study on travel in the post-COVID world, India and Thailand have the most citizens confident of travelling...

Incubation Period of Covid-19 Higher Than Previously Estimated: Scientists

Chinese scientists have come up with a new estimate for the incubation period of Covid-19, which is around 7.76 days, longer than previous estimates...

Twitter to Label Accounts of Government-Linked Media

Twitter has announced it would not amplify tweets by state-controlled media outlets and label the accounts of government-linked media, as well as key government...

Game Downloads in India Increase by Nearly 1 Billion in 2nd Quarter

Global player spending in mobile games increased by 27 per cent year-over-year in the second quarter of this year to $19.3 billion even as...

Microsoft In Talks To Acquire TikTok by September 15

Microsoft has officially confirmed it is in talks to acquire the operations of video-sharing platform TikTok in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand...

Importing from China: How Can it Be Profitable?

One of the best deals is to import cheap products and sell them at higher prices; China is the best country to do that....

PM Modi Tweets About Rafale Aircraft Landing on Indian Soil

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted a video of the first set of Rafale aircraft landing on Indian soil with a Sanskrit phrase where he...

Tragedy of Tibet: How China Has Planned to Destroy the Cultural identity of Tibet

The world knows about how far Tibet has been suffering under Chinese oppression. After Chinese military took over Tibet in 1949, Tibetans have been...

Fight China Virus With Better Immunity

By SALIL GEWALI One feels the COVID quarantine centers without the supply of immune boosters is like a kitchen without food. As per the findings...

New Solar Tender to Give VGF Support to Cut Chinese Imports

In an attempt to reduce dependence on the Chinese imports, the Central government plans to come out with a fresh solar tender that will...

TikTok May Cut Off Ties to China, Become 100% American Company: Trump adviser

By Arul Louis US President Donald Trump's economic adviser Larry Kudlow has said that TikTok may cut off ties to its Chinese parent and become...

‘Nature-Positive’ Solutions Can Create 395 Million Jobs by 2030: Study

The global COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented job losses and economic uncertainty. As governments and businesses look to stimulate growth, a new study from...

The Dynamic of Tibet and the Chinese Dream of Expansion

Editorial note: This article is from 2013, the purpose of this article is to show how things have more or less remained the same...

Covid-19 Pandemic Made 147M People Unemployed: Researchers

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have revealed that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has made 147 million people unemployed, adding that the global consumption loss...

Research on Link between Humans and Cats on Silk Road

In some news for cat lovers, new analyses done on an almost-complete cat skeleton found during an excavation along the former Silk Road in...

49% Indians Feel Chinese Firms Should be Allowed to Sell Products: Survey

A survey has found that around 49 per cent of its respondents feel that Chinese companies should be allowed to sell products in India,...

The Roots of the Conflict in South Asia and the Escalation of Tensions

By Amin Bagheri Territorial wars have always existed in the world, and sometimes the resolution of disputes has lasted for centuries, millions of people have...

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When it came to non-compliance towards covering the face, breathing problems have emerged as a key reason, with 50 percent listing it in a...

Women More Vulnerable to Uncurbed Diabetes

Traditionally, women play the role of caregivers in India when it comes to families and their health. They prioritize the health of their loved...

Australia Rescuing Helpless Beached Whales

Rescuers of Australia are trying to save scores of beached whales on the shore in the state of Tasmania. Earlier this week, a pod...

Hydroponic Farm Method Making its way in India

The rows of lettuce, microgreens, and herbs that Himanshu Aggarwal and his mother grow in an enclosed room in a busy New Delhi market...