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Coronavirus: Three Planes Will be Sent to Iran to Bring Back Stranded Indians, Says Health Ministry

Addressing a press conference, Lav Aggarwal, Joint Secretary at the Union Health Ministry said that  India’s efforts to deal with coronavirus is in consonance with WHO and the focus is on preventive approach. “Mask is not always necessary, if a person maintains effective social distance, the mask is not needed. There is no need to panic,” Aggarwal said. Talking about evacuating Indians from coronavirus-affected countries, he said so far, the Central government has evacuated 900 Indian citizens along with 48 belonging to other nations like Maldives, Myanmar, Bangladesh, China, US, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Africa, and Peru. He also added that three planes will be sent to Iran over the next three days to bring back Indians stranded in the coronavirus-hit country.........Read more

Supreme leader’s advisory council member dies of coronavirus

Seyyed Mohammad Mirmohammadi, a long-standing member of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Expediency Discernment Council, has reportedly died from a novel coronavirus infection. He was being treated at the Masih Daneshvari Hospital in Tehran when he succumbed to the Covid-19 infection at the age of 71. Mirmohammadi’s mother, sister of senior cleric Ayatollah Shobeiri Zanjani, also died from a coronavirus infection on Monday. was a member of the sixth and seventh Iranian parliaments and was appointed by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei as a member of the Expediency Discernment Council in August 2017.........Read more

'Not Wearing Bangles', After Waris Pathan, Another AIMIM Leader Stokes Controversy, Threatens to Disrupt Peace

Referring to a recent incident wherein shots were fired at the residence of AIMIM functionary Rizwan Khan in Malegaon, Ismail stated,”An incident of firing took place in city,why was no FIR registered? If it comes to us then dept (Police dept) should note that if we know to maintain peace, we also know how peace would go away. We aren’t wearing bangles.” “The patience of Muslim community should not be tested. We keep quite because of civility”, the AIMIM leader added. ........Read more

All Eyes Set on Exit Polls as Voting For Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly Election 2019 to Conclude at 6 PM

Once the polling will conclude, various national pollsters including ABP-C-Voter, Today’s Chanakya, NewsX-Neta, News18-IPSOS, India Today-Axis My India, CNX, VMR will release their predictions. ........Read more

Milkha Singh, Smriti Mandhana Sweep Big Awards at Indian Sports Honours, Complete List of Winners

Milkha Singh was honoured with the lifetime achievement award at the second edition of Indian Sports Honours (ISH). Along with the legendary sprinter Singh, Smriti Mandhana, Sunil Chhetri, and Vinesh Phogat were among the major winners for the sporting honours. ........Read more

Chandrayaan-2 successfully manoeuvres into lunar orbit, says ISRO

Chandrayaan-2 has been successfully manoeuvred into lunar orbit on Tuesday early morning, after nearly 30 days of interstellar travel, said ISRO. This was one of the trickiest operations in India's ambitious lunar mission till date. A higher-than-expected approach velocity would have bounced off the spacecraft into deep space, while a slow approach would have led to the moon's gravity to pull Chandrayaan-2 and crash it on the lunar surface. The approach velocity and altitude had to be just rightover the moon. Following the Tuesday's move, there will be further four-orbit manoeuvres to make the spacecraft enter into its final orbit passing over the lunar poles at a distance of about 100 km from Moon's surface, ISRO has said. Subsequently, the Vikram lander will separate from the orbiter on September 2, according to the Bengaluru-headquartered space agency. Two orbit manoeuvres will be performed on the lander before the initiation of powered descent to make a soft landing on the lunar surface on September 7, ISRO said. Chandrayaan-2, launched on July 22 by GSLV MkIII-M1 vehicle, had entered the Lunar Transfer Trajectory on August 14 after final orbit raising manoeuvre of the spacecraft was successfully carried out.........Read more

Won’t sell F-21 jets to anyone, if deal with India finalised, says Lockheed Martin

US aerospace giant Lockheed Martin says it will not sell its newly rolled out F-21 fighter jet to any other country if India places an order for 114 planes, in an offer aimed at pitching itself ahead of its US, European and Russian competitors for the mega deal. ........Read more

Hyundai Rolls Out The World's First 'Made In India' Venue

Hyundai Motor India Ltd., on the occasion of 23rd foundation day, rolled out the World's First – 'Made in India' Hyundai Venue. With the Hyundai Venue, HMIL enters the most popular and fast-growing segment of compact SUV in India.........Read more

BCCI changes match timings for playoffs and final

Keeping in mind dew and late night finishes, the board has taken the decision to start matches at 7:30 pm IST instead of 8:00 pm IST. Qualifier 1 will be held in Chennai on 7th May, followed by the Eliminator on 8th May and Qualifier 2 on 10th May at Visakhapatnam. The final will be staged on 12th May in Hyderabad. ........Read more

SC directs Guj govt to pay Rs 50L, give house to 2002 riots victim Bilkis Bano

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Gujarat government to pay a compensation of Rs 50 lakh to Bilkis Bano who was gangraped during the Gujarat riots in 2002. The court also directed the state government to provide Bilkis Bano a government job and accommodation after learning she leads a nomadic life and has no home.........Read more

Khaleel Ahmed, Navdeep Saini, Deepak Chahar, Avesh Khan to be India’s net bowlers in World Cup

The BCCI has decided to send Khaleel Ahmed, Avesh Khan, Deepak Chahar and Navdeep Saini as the net bowlers who will be helping the Indian cricket team during the World Cup in the UK.........Read more

Days before Pulwama attack, Masood Azhar told cadres: ‘Kashmir will get freedom soon’

Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar had addressed cadres of the terror outfit and claimed that “Pakistan is not complete without Kashmir” days before a suicide bomber, linked with the outfit, drove an explosives-laden vehicle into a CRPF convoy in Pulwama.........Read more

855 Personnel Get Police Medals on Republic Day; With 44, CRPF Tops List

President’s Police Medal for Gallantry (PPMG) has been awarded to three personnel, Police Medals for Gallantry have been awarded to 146 personnel, President’s Police Medals for Distinguished Service to 74 personnel and Police Medal for Meritorious Service to 632 personnel.........Read more

Tuticorin Sterlite plant reopening: Supreme Court refuses to stay NGT order

The Supreme Court refused to stay a green court order to reopen Vedanta's copper smelting plant in Tuticorin. Several people were killed last year in police action against protests against the plant.........Read more

Liverpool signs Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson from Roma for $84 million

Brazil international Alisson has joined Liverpool from Roma in an $84 million transfer -- a world record deal for a goalkeeper. Serie A club Roma said Alisson would join for an initial fee of $72.7 million, but the transfer's performance-related clauses could see the fee rise to $84 million.........Read more

The Centre’s decision to call off a unilateral ceasefire in Kashmir may have also brought down curtains on dialogue offer to the separatists

While the surge in militancy-related incidents during the last two weeks of Ramzan may have forced the Centre to call off the ceasefire, there is a feeling that its offer for talks with the Hurriyat 'lacked intent'.........Read more

NASA rover finds building blocks of life on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity rover has discovered potential building blocks of life in an ancient Martian lakebed, advancing the case for possible life, past or even present, on the red planet.........Read more

Draft bill proposes Rs 1 crore fine, 3 year jail for data privacy violation

Indian privacy bill sets a penalty of up to Rs 1 crore for the violation of privacy of citizens and a prison sentence of up to three years. ........Read more

20 militants sneak into Kashmir, forces put on high alert in J-K

The security forces in Jammu and Kashmir have been put on a high alert following reports of large-scale infiltration of militants in the Valley from across the Line of Control........Read more

Once lost archaeology revealed by satellite images and aerial photography

How do you study ancient cities when they're hidden from view, covered with hundreds or thousands of years of human development by the growth of towns and cities?........Read more

Ford Freestyle Launched In Bangalore

Ford India has launched the Freestyle CUV (Compact Utility Vehicle) in Bangalore. The Ford Freestyle has been made available in four variants - Ambiente, Trend, Titanium and Titanium+. The base petrol variant of the Ford Freestyle is priced at Rs 5.09 lakh and goes all the way up to Rs 7.89 lakh for the top-spec diesel trim. The petrol variants draw power from an all-new 1.2-litre Dragon series petrol engine with a maximum power output of 95bhp and a peak torque output of 120Nm. Mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, the Ford Freestyle has a claimed mileage of 19km/l.........Read more

Indus civilisation was wiped out by 900 year drought

The Indus Valley civilisation was wiped out 4,350 years ago by a 900-year-long drought, scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur (IIT-Kgp) have found. Evidence gathered during their study also put to rest the widely accepted theory that the said drought lasted for only about 200 years. The study will be published in the prestigious Quaternary International Journal by Elsevier this month. ........Read more

Apple to launch low-cost iPad and educational software next week: Bloomberg

Apple will announce a cheaper variant of iPad next week alongside new software for the education market. The announcement will bring Apple back into the education segment, where rivals Google and Microsoft have created an enormous lead.........Read more

Stress alters brain and is contagious, says study

According to trials, it is suggested that being around stressed people can alter the brain in the same way as when one is overloaded at work. The scientists who conducted the experiment on rats further add that the results could prove true for humans, who can communicate their stress 'without knowing it'. ........Read more

Reports: Barcelona edge closer to €35 million Portuguese star's signature

Barcelona are close to completing a deal for Benfica right-back Nelson Semedo, The Portuguese giants have asked for more than the initial €35 million Barcelona have prepared for the 23-year-old, with Benfica hoping that Jose Mourinho’s interest in Semedo will spark a bidding war, now that Barcelona have been struck back in their chase for Arsenal youngster Hector Bellerin.........Read more

18,760 dengue cases reported in country; Kerala highest with 9,104

Over 18,700 cases of dengue have been reported in the country this year, with the Health Ministry attributing early onset of monsoon as one of the factors for spurt in cases ahead of the vector-borne disease season.........Read more

GST, GST, Don't Be Lusty.. Goes Baba Sehgal

Rapper-composer Baba Sehgal has launched a rap song on the newly introduced Goods and Services Tax (GST), which is India's biggest tax reform since Independence.........Read more

24 technology companies losing top talent at an 'alarming rate'

There are countless opportunities in the world of technology, but not all tech companies are created equal when it comes to retaining top talent. Job site Paysa recently released a report breaking down which tech companies were able to recruit and retain the best employees from April 2016 to April 2017, and which struggled to keep the best employees on board. Paysa tracks employee movements with its CompanyRank machine learning technology, which analyzes nearly 7.45 million points of data including resumes, job postings, and social activity across the past 15 years from 198,000 companies. An employer's CompanyRank score improves whenever someone joins the company from another top-ranked company and declines as employees leave and the company repopulates with talent from lower-ranked companies. Here are the 24 companies that saw their rankings slide the most drastically this year:........Read more

Six dead in London residential tower fire

A massive fire that tore through a 24-story apartment building in west London has claimed a number of lives, as rescuers frantically work to reach people believed still trapped.........Read more

New 2018 Hyundai Kona Is A Funky Juke Rival With Advanced Tech

Entering one of the most competitive segments in the market with rivals like the well-established Nissan Juke and the newer Toyota C-HR, Honda HR-V and Jeep Renegade just to mention a few, the Hyundai Kona will be sold around the world. It will first go on sale in Korea later this month, followed by Europe later this year and North Americas in early 2018. ........Read more

Ban on foreign funds for non-profit PHFI may hurt India health programmes

India's ban on foreign funding for the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), a non-profit group backed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, may damage some government health programmes, according to the group and a health ministry official.........Read more

Fathers' brains respond differently to daughters than sons

Fathers with toddler daughters are more attentive and responsive to those daughters' needs than fathers with toddler sons are to the needs of those sons, according to brain scans and recordings of the parents' daily interactions with their kids.........Read more

Automakers Call GST Rates On Hybrid Vehicles Environment Unfriendly

Auto industry today termed clubbing of hybrid vehicles along with luxury cars in GST rates as environment unfriendly and regressive step, saying it went against plans to promote green vehicles.........Read more

Govt. owes Rs 451.75 crore to Air India

The Central government owes Rs. 451.75 crore to Air India for VVIP flights carrying the President, Vice President and the Prime Minister, as well as special missions, according to the latest data provided under the Right To Information Act.........Read more

ISI's 'burn Kashmir' budget for 2016-17 was Rs 800 crore

The years 2016 and 2017 saw huge amounts of cash coming into Jammu and Kashmir through illegal channels. While the transfer of funds had slowed down after the decision on demonetisation was made, a large chunk of the cash that came in before that accounted for nearly Rs 800 crore.........Read more

Builders told to pay 10% interest on delayed possession

Buyers of delayed housing projects will get interest on the invested amount for the delay period at the Real Estate Regulatory Authority's (RERA) prescribed rate as against 5 per sq feet to 10 per sq feet contracted in the sales agreement, said chairman of Madhya Pradesh RERA Anthony de Sa. ........Read more

Rising Pune Supergiant owner’s brother takes indirect dig at MS Dhoni once again

There seems to be no end to the MS Dhoni-Goenka saga with Harsh Goenka, brother of Rising Pune Supergiant owner Sanjeev Goenka, taking an indirect dig at the former India captain on Twitter after his side cruised to a four-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens.........Read more

MCD Election Results 2017: 'Historic Blunder': AAP's Bhagwant Mann Stings Leadership On Delhi Defeat

The party leadership is "behaving like a mohalla (local) cricket team," Mr Mann said on Wednesday after AAP's defeat in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) election just two years after it won a colossal mandate to rule Delhi.........Read more

Setback for India, international panel rejects stay on Cairn arbitration

In a setback to India, an international arbitration panel has rejected its demand for a stay on an arbitration initiated by British oil explorer Cairn Energy plc against a Rs 10,247 crore retrospective tax notice.........Read more

Where would Apple, IBM be if not for talent from across globe: RBI Governor Urjit Patel

Cautioning against protectionism, RBI Governor Urjit Patel has said where would giant American corporations like Apple, Cisco and IBM be if they had not sourced the best products and talent from across the world.........Read more

Court allows Pak Hindus to worship at Shiva temple after 20 years

A bench of the Peshawar High Court (PHC) headed by Justice Ateeq Hussain Shah permitted Hindus to worship at the Shiv Jee temple of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under section 20 of the Constitution.........Read more

Maneka Writes To Javadekar: Father name on degree should not be mandatory

Woman and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi has written to the HRD Ministry asking it not to make it mandatory for students to mention their father’s name on degree certificates, keeping in mind that some may be the children of single mothers. Maneka had earlier made a similar plea regarding passports.........Read more

Netflix is rolling out offline playback for its Windows 10 Store PC app

You can test it for yourself by selecting a piece of support content and finding the download button depicted above. The media should begin downloading, and become available for viewing without an internet connection. This could also be useful for those with poor connections, who want to watch something in the highest quality without buffering issues.........Read more

YouTube’s AI can now describe sound effects

YouTube has had automated captions for its videos since 2009, and now it’s expanding the feature to include captions for sound effects. The video service uses machine learning to detect sound effects in videos and add the captions [APPLAUSE], [MUSIC], and [LAUGHTER] to millions of videos.........Read more

Baahubali 2 distributors to hike ticket prices to Rs 200 in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana

Currently, the ticket prices for Telugu movies range between Rs 60 to Rs 125 both in single screens and multiplexes. But the buzz in social media is that the distributors are considering hiking ticket prices in both the states. Andhra Box Office tweeted: "The Distributors of #BaahubaliTheConclusion in Andhra districts are 'planning' to hike Ticket Prices to 200/- for its opening week."........Read more

74 missing defence personnel believed to be in Pakistani jails: Govt

In a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha yesterday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the government has repeatedly taken up the matter with the Pakistan government through diplomatic channels and during high-level contacts for the release of Indian PoWs believed to be in Pakistan.........Read more

Bhopal-Ujjain train blast: Ex-IAF man, mastermind of terror group, among two held

The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has claimed to arrest the mastermind of Bhopal-Ujjain passenger train blast case. The ATS on Thursday nabbed two persons including an ex-IAF man in connection with the case.........Read more

RBI to introduce new Rs 1,000 notes, printing already underway

However, it is not clear when the new Rs 1,000 note will be introduced. The logic behind introducing the new Rs 1,000 note is that it will make transactions in Rs 2,000 notes easier.........Read more

RBI proposes to link MDR charges with merchant revenue

The Reserve Bank of India has proposed to link the so-called merchant discount rate (MDR) to the annual revenue of the merchant, according to the draft norms released on Thursday. This marks a departure from the current flat MDR charged on all such transactions.........Read more

SC rejects ex-CBI chief's pleas to modify order against him

The Supreme Court today refused to modify its order on former CBI director Ranjit Sinha's plea that SIT probe should not have been ordered against him. A bench headed by Justice M B Lokur said that the order has already been passed in the matter.........Read more

Bollywood celebs to perform at inauguration ceremony of Donald Trump swearing in as US President

Republican Hindu Coalition India Ambassador and Trump supporter Manasvi Mamgai said on Monday that many Bollywood celebrities will be performing at the inauguration ceremony of Donald Trump swearing in as the 45th president of the United States on January 20.........Read more

There are over 100 definitions for 'life' and all are wrong

But Nasa's is just one of many attempts to pin down all life with a simple description. In fact, over 100 definitions of life have been proposed, with most focusing on a handful of key attributes such as replication and metabolism.........Read more

Stop using Facebook. Immediately

Facebook is making us unhappy and causing people who suffer “Facebook envy” to be particularly depressed, a study has found. Users who took a week-long break from the social media site were found to be more satisfied with life and rated their own well-being as higher. The University of Copenhagen experiment involved 1,095 people, half of whom were asked to continue their Facebook habits and half ordered to abstain from logging on.........Read more

No ex-cricketer will join BCCI after cooling off: Shastri

Former India Team Director Ravi Shastri on Friday voiced his concerns about the three-year ‘cooling off’ period proposed by Lodha Committee, stating that it would refrain former cricketers from joining BCCI administration. Read More:  India can be No 1 in Tests by session end: Dhoni Related Post Morgan, Hales out of Bangladesh trip over security fears........Read more

These football champs train with buffaloes!

ALAKHPURA (BHIWANI): If you have been wondering about why India won just two medals at the Rio Olympics, you might want to visit Alkahpura village in Haryana's Bhiwani district.........Read more

Shivpal might have been right about not making Akhilesh CM, hints Mulayam

Samajwadi Party national president Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday indicated that he probably made a mistake by ignoring his brother Shivpal’s advice of not letting Akhilesh Yadav become the chief minister four years ago.........Read more

Centre bans public sharing of individual's Aadhaar details

NEW DELHI: The agencies in possession of the Aadhaar number of an individual will not be allowed to publish or post the information publicly. Under the Aadhaar ...........Read more

Actor Prithviraj to turn director with 'Lucifer', starring Mohanlal

Malayalam actor Prithviraj is all set to make his directorial debut. And guess who will star in his first film as director? Mohanlal! The two actors had recently clashed at the box office, Prithviraj with "Oozham" and Mohanlal with "Oppam".  Prithiviraj announced on his Facebook page that the film, titled "Lucifer" will be written by Murali Gopy and produced by Aashirvad Cinemas........Read more

JSW to set up 10 mt steel mill in Odisha at Rs 50,000 crore

Sajjan Jindal controlled JSW Group with interests in steel, energy, infrastructure and cement has committed an investment of Rs 50,000 crore in Odisha on a 10 million tonne mega steel project."JSW Steel will set up a 10 million tonne (mnt) steel........Read more

Zurich hosts 30 international startups for Kickstart Accelerator

Zurich will be hosting 30 international startups for Kickstart Accelerator, which is an initiative of DigitalZurich2025. The startups selected will be meeting the programme’s 25 corporate partners and mentors including French multinational insurance firm AXA, Swiss multinational financial services companies Credit Suisse, among others.........Read more

Ranbir Kapoor shouldn't let box office flops get in the way of good acting

The year was 2007. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's trailer of Saawariya had hit the airwaves and the film was all set to release on Diwali. The popular number from the film Jab Se Tere Naina… had a towel-clad lad with a well-toned body and an easy-on-the-eye demeanour dancing with abandon to the beats of the song.........Read more

Cybersecurity researchers design a chip that checks for sabotage

With the outsourcing of microchip design and fabrication worldwide, a $350 billion business, bad actors along the supply chain have many opportunities to install malicious circuitry in chips. These "Trojan horses" look harmless but can allow attackers to sabotage healthcare devices; public infrastructure; and financial, military, or government electronics.........Read more

Renault Kwid SCe With 1.0-Litre Engine Launched at Rs 3.82 Lakhs

The Renault Kwid is one of the most popular offerings in the entry-level hatchback segment in India.........Read more

Gold Price Surge Seen Cutting India’s Demand This Year, World Gold Council Says

A rally in gold prices since the start of 2016 will reduce purchases in India, the world’s second-biggest consumer, trimming import prospects amid high inventories, according to the World Gold Council.........Read more

10-year-old Indian-origin girl is crowned as Britain’s brightest child

Rhea, who moved to the UK with her family from the US six years ago and now lives in west London, correctly spelled the word “eleemosynary.........Read more

Israel to further solidify cooperation with India: Reuven Rivlin

Israel's President Reuven Rivlin today said that he is looking forward to his visit to India later this year to further solidify bilateral relations for enhancing cooperation in fields like security and innovation.........Read more

Infosys invests $4 million in Israel's Cloudyn

Global software major Infosys Ltd on Wednesday announced investing $4 million (Rs.27 crore) in Cloudyn, an Israeli corporation, providing software as a service (Saas) solutions for the management and optimization of hybrid, multi-cloud deployments.........Read more

Kerala Assembly passes resolution against SBT’s merger with SBI

The Kerala Assembly on passed a resolution against the merger of State Bank of Travancore (SBT) with State Bank of India (SSBI), stating it would adversely affect the state’s economic growth.........Read more

Supreme Court verdict on Justice Lodha panel recommendations: End of road for Pawar, Srinivasan; Thakur has to quit HPCA

The Supreme Court verdict, as per recommendations, will also mean that BCCI president Anurag Thakur (Himachal Pradesh), Secretary Ajay Shirke (Maharashtra), Treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhary (Haryana) and........Read more

Cancelling air ticket to not burn a big hole in your pocket

Revised norms will cap ticket cancellation charges and bar airlines form levying additional amount for refund process........Read more

Ex-CBI chief Ranjit Sinha indicted by SC panel on coal scam

Former CBI chief Ranjit Sinha has been indicted by a Supreme Court-appointed panel that investigated his alleged role in the coal scam.........Read more

ACB Questions Kapil Mishra in Connection With Water Tanker Scam

Mishra said that he was quizzed by one DCP, two ACP and three inspectors and he was not asked even a single question about former CM Sheila Dikshit, her work during her tenure as Chief Minister or any facts regarding a report on the alleged scam forwarded to the anti-graft body via Lt Governor Najeeb Jung last month.........Read more

Triple talaq to be tested on touchstone of Constitution: SC

A divorce through 'triple talaq' among the Muslim community is a "very important matter affecting a large section of people" which has to be tested on the "touchstone of constitutional framework", the Supreme Court said today while agreeing to examin........Read more

How scientists could patent the genetic blueprint for a human

Three weeks ago, scientists announced a controversial plan to create synthetic human genomes from scratch. The paper — which they published following reports about a private, off-the-record meeting...........Read more

One out of every four passenger vehicles sold is now an UV

The expansion of UV segment with the entry of several compact vehicles like Hyundai Creta, Vitara Brezza has given the requisite fillip........Read more

SoftBank Says President Arora to Resign on Wednesday

SoftBank said Arora and Chairman and Chief Executive Masayoshi Son had disagreed over when Arora would replace Son as head of the group.........Read more

AP government’s request to declare Tirumala no-fly zone turned down

Union civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapati Raju has clarified that it is not feasible to declare no-fly zones over pilgrim centres.........Read more

Are taxes high in India? Here's where we stand

The more important issue for India is the need to raise its tax-to-GDP ratio, which is quite low as compared to other countries.........Read more

From 'no visa' to close partner: How Modi's US story has unfolded in a decade

The issue came to the limelight when Modi became the prime minister of India after his party---the BJP---swept the general elections in 2014. The resistance fell apart in no time and starting from September 2014 when Modi made a rock star-like appear........Read more

In the 1800s, She Broke Barriers in Education, Medicine and Law and Abolished the Devadasi System

From being the first woman medical graduate of India to becoming the first woman member of a Legislative Council, Dr Muthulakshmi Reddy’s journey is nothing short of inspiring........Read more

Facebook disabling messaging capability from its mobile app

New York: Social media giant Facebook is removing the messaging capability from its mobile web application to push people to Messenger, a media report has said. According to the report in tech website, Techcrunch.com, the company served notice to the users saying, "Your conversations are moving to Messenger".........Read more

PM Modi, Ghani Inaugurate Landmark Afghan-India Friendship Dam

Latest Current affairs India 2011-2012: In.com covers all important national news and events for the years 2011-2012.........Read more

Former cricketers urge Arthur to ‘get rid of selfish players’

The South African was recently appointed to coach Pakistan side.........Read more

Govt. looking to axe 52 out of 200 allowances

Secret allowance, family planning allowance, desk allowance, cash handling allowance, metropolitan allowance and headquarters allowance are among 52 of the nearly 200 allowances which the government........Read more