Two Bangladesh players vomited during Delhi T20I against India: Report

It has been said that Soumya Sarkar and one more player had vomited during the first game of the three-match series. The conditions wasn’t conducive for a match and this report will further put an eyelid on BCCI’s scheduling of the event in Delhi.........Read more

This Dried Up Riverbed Shows that Water Once Flowed on the Surface of Mars

Mars is kind of like a skeleton of Earth. We can see that it had volcanoes, oceans, and rivers, but the volcanoes no longer fume and the water is all gone. ........Read more

Shahjahanpur Student Who Accused Chinmayanand of Rape Detained for Questioning in Extortion Case

The law student from Shahjahanpur, who accused BJP leader Chinmayanand of rape, was detained for questioning on Tuesday in the extortion case. Her detention comes a day after she was denied anticipatory bail by a Division Bench of the Allahabad High Court. The SIT has taken two others accused — Sachin and Vikram — on remand for further investigation in the case. The law students' brother and father were present when she was taken by the police. The Special Investigation Team (SIT) had earlier booked three of her friends after questioning them in connection to a video clip in which they were purportedly discussing extortion. According to the SIT chief Naveen Arora, the three had accepted their involvement in the case although the law student had denied the charges. They have been booked under Indian Penal Code sections 385 (extortion), 506 (criminal intimidation), 201(disappearance of evidence), 35 (criminal act done with a criminal knowledge or intention) and 67 of the Information Technology Act. ........Read more

Indian Colts Defeat Bangladesh in Thrilling Final to Win Record-Breaking 7th U-19 Asia Cup Title

Riding on left-arm spinner Atharva Ankolekar’s fifer, Indian under-19 team defeated their Bangladeshi counterparts in a low-scoring final by a thrilling margin of five runs to win their record seventh Asia Cup title in Colombo on Saturday. Defending a paltry total of 106 runs, the Indian colts bundled Bangladesh for 101 runs, courtesy of 18-year-old Ankolekar’s 5/28 in eight overs. If Ankolekar’s spin of web was too much to tackle for the Bangladesh batsmen, Akash Singh rattled them with his pace from the other end to return with a magnificent figure of 3/12. V Patil and SS Mishra contributed with a wicket each. Chasing a small target, Bangladesh got off to a shaky start after they were reduced to four with 16 on the board. However, skipper Akbar Ali and Mrittunjoy Chowdhury tried to steady the ship for their team with scores of 23 and 21 respectively. But both fell short to the viciousness of the Indian bowlers and once they were back to the pavilion it was all regulation for the young Indian attack.........Read more

Mahindra inaugurates first automotive assembly plant in Sri Lanka

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd on Saturday expanded its global footprint with the inauguration of a local automotive assembly plant at Welipenna near Colombo in Sri Lanka. Christened Mahindra Ideal Lanka Pvt Ltd, the assembly plant has been set up in collaboration with Ideal Motors of Sri Lanka. The plant spread across 10 acres rolled out its first product, the compact sport utility vehicle KUV100, and will roll out a slew of products over the next three years. The knock-down kit (CKD) assembly plant was inaugurated in the presence of Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, his Cabinet Minister Malik Samarawickrama, Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Taranjit Singh Sandhu, M&M Managing Director Pawan Goenka, M&M Chief of International Operations Arvind Mathew and others. "Inauguration of this automotive assembly plant is a significant milestone for Mahindra's foray into the Sri Lanka market," said Goenka. "Sri Lanka is a key strategic market for us and we are now fully equipped to deliver products customised to local needs on time. This new assembly plant will not only add to industrial growth in the country but will also generate significant employment opportunities at our plant and at supplier's end," he said in a statement. Mahindra Ideal Lanka will assemble KUV100 with a production capacity of 5,000 units per year. The joint venture company will localise four components -- batteries, tyres, seats and exhausts.........Read more

Volvo XC90 Armoured Vehicle Revealed

Volvo Cars takes a big step as a manufacturer of armoured vehicles with the XC90 Armoured car. The cars are designed and built to provide safe and comfortable travel with a high level of personal protection for the occupants. There is a growing global market for armoured vehicles at present, and a large number are manufactured with various protection ratings. Volvo already has received numerous requests over the past few years to develop an armoured XC90. The company has extensive experience of building police cars, fire engines and diverse special vehicles with high requirements in terms of function, driveability and safety. In fact, the first Volvo police car was delivered back in 1929. Work to develop a car with a VPAM VR8 protection rating commenced just over two years ago. A certified VPAM VR8 rating means the car has 360-degree ballistic resistance as well as explosive resistance. The armoured car is built on the Inscription version of the Volvo XC90 T6 AWD, which is manufactured at the Torslanda plant in Sweden. The size and nature of the model make it the most suitable vehicle in Volvo Cars' product portfolio for armouring. From Torslanda, the car is sent to TRASCO Bremen GmbH in Germany, a company which has specialised for many years in building high-quality vehicles with high protection ratings. In case on an emergency the occupants of the rear seat can escape through the boot........Read more

Sarfraz Ahmed, Pakistan Captain, Given 4-Match Suspension For Racist Remark

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has been suspended for four matches after accepting that he was in breach of the ICC's Anti-Racism Code for Participants following an incident that occurred during the second ODI against South Africa in Durban. ........Read more

2019 Skoda Kodiaq RS sketch unveiled

Skoda has released full images of the Kodiaq RS sketch which gives a good idea about how this sporty SUV will look. The performance will come from a 2.0 litre, bi-turbo, 4-cylinder diesel making 235bhp and a massive 500Nm of torque. The Kodiaq RS will debut at the Paris Motor Show next month.........Read more

Navy sends warship to rescue injured officer Abhilash Tomy drifting in Indian Ocean

Indian Navy's INS Satpura has been dispatched to rescue Abhilash Tomy, India' prominent sailor and Kirti Chakra receiving naval officer. His yacht has got caught in rough weather in southern Indian Ocean. Abhilash Tomy (39) is a Commander with Indian Navy and is currently competing in the 2018 Golden Globe Race which involves a gruelling 30,000-mile solo circumnavigation of the globe.........Read more

FIFA World Cup 2018: England End Penalty Jinx to Edge Past Colombia

England edged Colombia 4-3 on penalties to halt a run of five successive shootout defeats at major tournaments and book a quarter-final clash against Sweden at the World Cup.........Read more

Will spare no effort to free abducted Indians, says Afghan foreign minister

The Afghan foreign ministry said in a statement, “foreign minister Rabbani expressed grief and sorrow over the abduction of Indian engineers in Baghlan province and said that the Afghan security forces will not spare any efforts to protect the physical safety and secure the release of these engineers. He also mentioned that efforts have been initiated through the community elders to help secure their release.” ........Read more

Jawan Martyred; Mobile Internet Services Suspended in Kulgam

A jawan was martyred and two others were injured in an encounter that broke out between terrorists and the security forces in Kulgam district of South Kashmir during wee hours on Wednesday. Two to three terrorists are believed to be trapped in the region. The firing is currently underway in Khudwani area of the district in Jammu and Kashmir.........Read more

PM Modi Flags Off Country's First All-Electric Superfast Train in Bihar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday flagged off country’s first all-electric high-speed locomotive made with the help of a French company under Make-In-India Project at Madhepura Rail Loco factory in Bihar. The first engine to have rolled out from the factory has 12000 HP capacity, more than double of existing locomotives and capable of pulling along 6000-tonne weight with speed of 120 km/hr.........Read more

CVC alerted bank officials about Jatin Mehta scam a year ago

CVC's annual report for 2017 says the commision held a meeting on January 5, 2017, with senior officials of the CBI and Enforcement Directorate, and chief vigilance officers of 10 banks, including Punjab National Bank (PNB), to discuss serious irregularities in the accounts of some jewellery firms, particularly those of Jatin Mehta's Winsome group.........Read more

India Opts for Neutrality as UK, Russia Continue to Spar Over Chemical Weapon Case

India abstained from voting on Russia’s proposal at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) for a joint Anglo-Russian investigation into the poisoning of a former Russian double agent and his daughter in the UK by a military grade nerve agent.........Read more

India may move WTO against US on duty hike

The government is contemplating to approach the World Trade Organization’s (WTO’s) dispute settlement body against the US move to raise import duty on aluminium and steel.........Read more

Main accused in Kasganj violence held

"Saleem, the main accused, has been nabbed," IG, Aligarh range, Sanjeev Gupta said. At least three shops, two buses and a car were torched+ after a youth was killed in clashes following stone-pelting by a mob on a motorcycle rally was taken out to celebrate Republic Day last week. At least 118 people have been arrested in connection with the violence.........Read more

2017 Los Angeles Auto Show: New Range Rover Sport Revealed

The two variants are - SVR (range-topping trim) and a new plug-in hybrid trim. The facelifted model will be replaced by an all-new model that is expected in 2020.........Read more

Britain set to agree Brexit divorce bill with the EU, and at a huge cost

British and European Union negotiators have reached a deal in principle on the Brexit “divorce bill” that could see the UK paying some £45bn. Sources in Brussels suggested to The Independent that talks have seen the two sides’ stances begin to align over the “methodology” for calculating the settlement, with the outcome increasingly acceptable to both sides.........Read more

Shanghai Masters roundup | Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal enter semifinals

Title contenders Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal marched on to the semifinals of the Shanghai Masters with convincing wins over Grigor Dimitrov and Richard Gasquet respectively. Federer’s next opponent, Juan Del Potro, is a major doubt with a wrist injury that he suffered during the quarter finals.........Read more

Boxing coach Stephane Cottalorda steps down after salary delay

Stephane Cottalorda, the first foreign coach for Indian women boxers, has resigned after his wages for August were delayed. Cottalorda, who has been in charge for one month, has sent an email to the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) and mentioned his disappointment over lack of professionalism.........Read more

Beijing criticizes Indonesia renaming part of South China Sea

Indonesia has become the latest Southeast Asian nation to ruffle China's feathers over the South China Sea. In an act of defiance against Beijing's territorial ambitions in the region, Indonesia will now call the northern areas of its exclusive economic zone in the South China Sea, the 'North Natuna Sea.'........Read more

London to host 2017 World Para Athletics Championships

Five years on from the 2012 Paralympics, London is set to host yet another mega para sports event - the 2017 IPC World Para Athletics Championships. With record ticket sales, the Championship is set to be one of the biggest ever in the history of international para sports.........Read more

WB communal violence: 'Hindus in Bengal should respond like they did in Gujarat,' says BJP MLA

Amid the ongoing tension in West Bengal's Baduria and Basirhat districts, Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Raja Singh waded into controversy by appealing to the Hindu community in the state to respond the way Hindus in Gujarat reacted in 2002.........Read more

As India Sends Largest-Ever Fleet For Naval Drills, China Reacts

"We hope that this kind of relationship and cooperation will not be directed against third country and that it will be conducive to the regional peace and security," said a spokesperson for the Chinese government at a time when the Indian and Chinese armies are locked in a stand-off at the Sikkim border.........Read more

Andhra Pradesh excise minister calls beer a ‘health drink’, gets heckled

Tipplers troubled by the ongoing anti-liquor protests across the country have found a kindred soul in Andhra Pradesh prohibition and excise minister Kothapalli Samuel Jawahar, who recently termed beer as a “health drink” and promised to aggressively promote its consumption.........Read more

Ramdas Athawale calls for reservations for SC, ST in Indian cricket team

The minister, who was in Nagpur, said that the national cricket body BCCI should provide reservations to SC and ST sportspersons to give them equal opportunity in the international sport.........Read more

ISRO posts images captured by the Cartosat-2 series satellite launched on 23 June

The images captured by the satellite will be used for defense purposes, including monitoring troop movements and finding out the locations of bunkers. ISRO has shared images beamed back by the Cartosat 2 series satellite.........Read more

Heli-tourism service set to take off in Visakhapatnam

The proposed and much delayed heli-tourism ser-vice in Vizag city set to take off shortly with the Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (Vuda)) chalking out pla-ns to re-enter an MoU with the Sky Choppers Logistics Private Limited (SCLPL) to operate its heli-tourism services.........Read more

HIV-affected children to get free and compulsory education

Children affected by the condition will now be included under the definition of a 'disadvantaged group' of the Right To Education Act in a landmark move by the apex court.........Read more

Is Draupadi Murmu Modi's surprise pick as the next President of India?

Narendra Modi always likes to surprise all and he may just pick Draupadi Murmu as the candidate for the next President of India. Murmu aged 59 is a tribal from Odisha and with the BJP aiming to capture the state, this pick makes sense for the party.........Read more

Chandrababu Is the Richest CM, Who Is Poorest?

Putting Babu on the top of list for 'Richest Chief Ministers in India', India Today's survey also revealed the worth of Babu's assets, which is quite high compared to second CM in the list. The results unveiled tell that Chandrababu Naidu is leading the list with 177 Cr assets while Pema Khandu, CM of Arunachal Pradesh, takes second spot with 129 Crore.........Read more

Krish to Direct Kangana Ranaut's Film?

As per our sources, Krish is now holding talks with Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut who is acting in and producing an historical biopic of Jhansi Lakshmi Bai. Kangana Ranaut will also be penning the screenplay. She has already completed pre-production work.........Read more

Sania Mirza denies service tax evasion over Telangana award

Sania’s representative submitted certain documents before the Service Tax authorities and contended that the sum of Rs 1 crore she received from Telangana government was training incentive and the amount was not towards becoming state’s brand ambassador.........Read more

Polari, a language mostly used by gay men and female impersonators

It developed from an earlier form of language called Parlyaree which had roots in Italian and rudimentary forms of language used for communication by sailors around the Mediterranean. Also associated with travellers, buskers, beggars and prostitutes, it found its way into Britain, especially London and port cities, and gradually became used by gay men and female impersonators, especially during the first half of the 20th century.........Read more

Rings movie review: First, Johnny Galecki makes you watch it. Then you die

Without wasting any time, let’s get one thing out of the way: Rings is hardly the horror sequel you, or anyone with even the most dubious taste in movies, had asked for. Honestly, for anyone who is familiar with how these things work, the fact that Rings turned out to be the worst horror movie in like, two weeks, shouldn’t come as a surprise. But to expect a very basic level of competency shouldn’t be too outlandish a notion, should it?........Read more

Former CBI boss Joginder Singh dies aged 77

Former Central Bureau of Investigation chief Joginder Singh, who oversaw investigation of several high-profile cases including Bofors scam and Bihar's fodder scam, died on Friday. He died at the age of 77. Former Member of Parliament Manish Tewari broke the news on Twitter.........Read more

Chinese hackers can disrupt Indian Army’s communication network

The army’s communications system is riddled with security flaws and could be infected with Chinese malware that can bring down India’s military network, a report warns, stressing on the need for a technology upgrade.........Read more

Excise, Service Taxpayers To Migrate To GST Portal By January 31

As it targets April 1 rollout of Goods and Services Tax (GST), the CBEC on Monday asked assessees to migrate to the new tax payment portal by January 31. The tax department has also made it mandatory for central excise duty and service taxpayers to obtain a valid PAN number before they can be migrated to the GST set-up.........Read more

PM degree row: Provide copy of BA degree records of 1978: CIC to DU on RTI application

Last year, the university had denied these records to an RTI applicant, saying that it was the “personal information of the students concerned, the disclosure of which has no relationship to any public activity or interest”. The Commission, however, said that matters relating to the education of a student — current or former — fall under the category of public interest. In another ruling on a related case, the CIC fined the university’s Public Information Officer Rs 25,000 for denying information under RTI on the Prime Minister’s degree on the grounds that the mandatory postal order of Rs 10 was not addressed to the correct authority.........Read more

Wary of China, India offers Akash surface-to-air missile systems to Vietnam

India is now actively discussing the possible sale of the indigenously developed Akash surface-to-air missile systems to Vietnam, even as the two countries steadily crank up their bilateral military ties with a watchful eye on a confrontational China in the Asia-Pacific region.........Read more

India vs England | India squad for ODI and T20 series announced

The BCCI has announced the squads for the upcoming ODI and T20 series against England. The biggest surprise is, of course, Yuvraj Singh making a return to the ODI and T20 team, while Rishabh Pant makes an entry into the T20 squad on the back on his explosive batting in the ongoing Ranji season.........Read more

‘Kannadigas do not behave like this’: Home minister on Bengaluru molestations

Karnataka home minister G Parameshwara said on Thursday he was misquoted after widespread outrage about his comments over alleged incidents of molestation in Bengaluru, unveiling a raft of measures to bolster security in the city. His comments came a day after a security camera video caught two unidentified scooter-borne men chasing and assaulting a woman in the city’s Kammanahalli area.........Read more

Election Commission Now Holds Key to Samajwadi Party ‘Cycle’

While the Samajwadi Party plunged into crisis on Friday with the expulsion of Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav and party general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav, the issue of which group will be considered the ‘real party’ and which group will get to contest the upcoming assembly elections on the “cycle” symbol will be decided by the Election Commission, provided one of the parties approaches it for adjudication of the matter.........Read more

How Russia recruited elite hackers for its cyberwar

The Obama administration has imposed sanctions against Russia for interfering in the US presidential election. The sanctions take aim at Russia's main intelligence agencies and specific individuals.........Read more

Raj Babbar Rules Out Any Alliances For Congress In Uttar Pradesh Polls

Babbar said the state Congress is "capable enough" to fight elections on its own and ruled out any alliance with any party in the coming Assembly polls slated next year.........Read more

New MINI Clubman Launched In India At Rs. 37.9 Lakh

The new generation MINI Clubman today finally went on sale in India priced at Rs 37.9 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is the second product to be launched by the carmaker in India this year, with first one being the MINI Cooper S Convertible. The Clubman is currently the longest model in the British carmaker's line-up and in its second generation.........Read more

RBI advises banks to preserve CCTV recordings of operations from November 8 to December 30, 2016

The Reserve Bank of India has advised banks to preserve the CCTV recordings of operations at bank branches and currency chests from November 8 to December 30, 2016. On Monday, the Reserve Bank had directed banks to keep record of new bank notes in view of the bulk seizures made across the country.........Read more

India ranked 7 among countries hit most by terror

India was ranked seventh in the list of countries most impacted by terrorism in 2015, according to the Global Terrorism Index (GTI), 2016, released by the Institute for Economics & Peace, a think-tank based in Sydney, Australia. India is one of six Asian countries ranked in the top ten nations most impacted by terrorism. The Heart of Asia conference adopted the Amritsar declaration on December 4, 2016, which recognises “terrorism, violent extremism, radicalisation, separatism, and sectarianism and linkages among them” as the gravest challenges facing the region.........Read more

PM Modi Ropes In Tech Tycoon Nandan Nilekani To Help With Cash Clean Up

Nandan Nilekani, a high-profile member of the opposition Indian National Congress party, has joined a committee to map a path to digital payments. India is trying to end its reliance on cash, especially in rural areas where almost every transaction is done in hard currency. It's not the first time the former head of outsourcing giant Infosys Ltd. has tackled a national project -- he spearheaded the country's biometrics-based Aadhaar unique identity program.........Read more

Volvo Launches Biggest Bus In The World - NDTV CarAndBike

Volvo Buses recently launched the world's largest bus chassis, Gran Artic 300, at the FetransRio exhibition in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The new biarticulated chassis, developed in Brazil especially for BRT systems - high demand transportation systems where buses run on dedicated lanes, measures 30 metres in length and can carry up to 300 passengers. The company added that one biarticulated bus of the model replaces three standard vehicles.........Read more

RBI hikes cash supply by 4 times, banks still cash-starved

With the cash crunch at bank branches expected to persist on Thursday, the government has moved to further scale up the printing of Rs 500 notes, hoping that the new stock of the elusive currency will ease the situation in the next few days. Banks across the country continued to face cash shortages and most of them ran out of money+ early in the morning on Wednesday. ........Read more

Seven Army personnel, including two officers, martyred in Nagrota attack; three terrorists killed

Two Army officers and five jawans lost their lives in Jammu and Kashmir's Nagrota on Tuesday when militants in police uniform attacked an artillery unit.........Read more

India can integrate advanced Australian cybersecurity capabilities in its solutions: Official

As India aims to foster innovation through 'Digital India' and 'Make in India', Australian companies can help solve cybersecurity challenges in the country.........Read more

Apple leaks new MacBook Pro with touch strip

Apple is widely expected to unveil a redesigned MacBook Pro at an event on Thursday, but it looks like it may have let a couple images slip out early. MacRumors spotted a pair of images hidden...........Read more

New Dark Souls 3 DLC Trailer Shows Off PvP Combat

Ashes of Ariandel has more than PvP content. "Players will find themselves steeped in a brand new environment filled with terrifying new enemies, challenges, and exciting lore to expand the overarching Dark Souls III storyline," Bandai Namco explained when it announced Ashes of Ariandel.........Read more

Scientists identify how repair protein finds DNA damage

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) have demonstrated how Rad4, a protein involved in DNA repair, scans the DNA in a unique pattern of movement called "constrained motion" to efficiently find structural faults in DNA. The findings, reported today in the journal Molecular Cell, could lead to therapies that boost existing drug treatments and counter drug-resistance.........Read more

Why We Should Be More Conscious of India's Size

As we were getting ready to leave our lecture-hall in Manchester University many years ago, the secretary of our course came in with an "urgent announcement" that exiting on to Oxford........Read more

Behind the opening of the Balochistan front

India’s limited options against a nuclear Pakistan make the Baloch card tempting........Read more

Rio 2016 Olympics Review: Athletes fell short despite last-min 20-cr push

Marathoner Kavita Raut asked for a three-month training stint in Ooty to prepare for the Olympic Games in Rio. She submitted a proposal of Rs 26.41 lakh to the Sports Authority of India (SAI), out of which Rs 18.9 lakh was for accommodation (approximately Rs 20,000 per night).........Read more

Tesla removes 'autopilot' from China website after Beijing crash

Tesla removes 'autopilot' from China website after Beijing crash - Other Tesla drivers interviewed by Reuters said China sales staff took their hands off the wheel while demonstrating the function.........Read more

Govt to set up committee to review e-commerce rules

The government has decided to set up a committee to look into all issues including foreign direct investment norms pertaining to the fast growing e-commerce industry in the country.........Read more

Diesel vehicle ban in Delhi: Now, Tata Motors challenges Delhi govt order

Tata Motors on Tuesday approached the National Green Tribunal challenging a Delhi government notification banning the registration of all types of diesel vehicles (private and commercial) with engine capacities of 2,000 cc or above.........Read more

Xiaomi Redmi 3s Prime review; consists of 3GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt storage

Xiaomi has established a stronghold in the Indian smartphone market in the middle of a stiff competition between smartphones ranging below 10K.........Read more

Microsoft India inaugurates conference on machine learning, artificial intelligence

Aimed at exploring the possibilities with machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to develop apps and services, Microsoft India on Monday inaugurated the first edition of its two-day "Machine Learning and Data Sciences (ML&DS) Conference" here.........Read more

How a Brahmin-Only Township Was Allowed in 21st Century Karnataka 

A township strictly meant for Brahmins claims to revive the “lost traditions” of the Brahmin community. The architecture, the lifestyle and culture will ensure a “Brahmanic way of life.” Welcome to The Vedic Village- Shankar Agraharam, a ‘Brahmin........Read more

Battle of Saragarhi: When 21 Sikhs Faced 14,000 Pashtuns And Won

Let me tell you a story of action, bravery, pride, valour and above all – truth – for it is the story of 21 Sikh men that lived and walked the same earth as you: a story not of fictionalised kings and princes, but of men in the 36th regiment of the B........Read more

'Suicide Squad' Adds Key DC Character Weeks Before Release

How’s this for a news Flash: Due to a last-minute bout of filming, The Flash will be making an appearance in Suicide Squad, Warner Bros.’ heavily-hyped DC superhero movie that opens in one week, according to several sources........Read more

The critical relationship between simplicity and depth

Information is an important input for us to make the right and timely decisions. However, 'how much information is enough ' is always a dilemma........Read more

Indian students join global bandwagon to develop smart gloves

Four engineering students from Bengaluru develop a glove that translates commonly used sign language in India into voice........Read more

Govt to set up special court for all NSEL cases

A decision was taken in this regard at a meeting under chairmanship of economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das that reviewed action taken in the NSEL scam........Read more

There are laws against spitting, but govts. walk around them

Union Health Minister J. P. Nadda promised concerned members in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday that he would advise all States to ban spitting in public. He was reassuring several MPs led by K.T.S Tulsi,........Read more

How startups are using tech and public data to bring back the joy of train travel

Startups are applying technology to help passengers find confirmed tickets by predicting availability and even have a hot meal by delivering it to their seat.........Read more

New Zealand denies visas to thousands of Indian students

New Zealand denies visas to thousands of Indian students - 51 institutions, including half of the country's polytechnics, have visa decline rates for Indian students of more than 30 %.........Read more

Sam Manekshaw: Remembering the Greatest Soldier India Ever Knew

Sam Manekshaw was arguably the greatest soldier the Indian Army has ever produced. As the Chief of the Army Staff, Sam’s service to the nation is immense as he united the army, navy and air force into a team, helping India win against Pakistan in........Read more

Pakistan's nuclear programme has increased risk of conflict with India: US congressional report

Pakistan's "full spectrum deterrence" nuclear doctrine and increasing fissile production capability have increased the risk of a nuclear conflict with India, a Congressional report has said amid Pakistan's efforts to drum up support for its NSG membership bid.........Read more

BCCI changes fund distribution policy

The BCCI will only use electronic methods to distribute funds to all state associations in the wake of the economic wing of the Goa Police arresting three top-ranking officials of the Goa Cricket Association (GCA), including its president Chetan Desai, fo........Read more

B-school Facing up to the challenge

In a world where relentless change is the only constant, how can students best prepare to handle the challenges of tomorrow? With rapid globalisation and technological developments in the business world, the need for management education to keep pace........Read more