Air India Announces Refunds, Vouchers As 216 Passengers Reach San Francisco
Stranded In Russia - Airline Apologises For Inconvenience
Air India Flight Heads To Russia To Ferry Stranded Passengers
An Air India ferry flight on Wednesday took off for Russia's remote town of Magadan, where 216 passengers have been stranded since Tuesday evening after a San Francisco-bound flight made an emergency landing due to a technical fault in one of its engines, the airline said.
Arctic May Have Ice-Free Summers As Early As The 2030s, Warns Study
Even in a best-case scenario, the Arctic will begin to experience summer months with no sea ice sometime around the middle of the century sooner than leading climate scientists had predicted, new research finds.
'Ukraine Dam Reservoir Water Can No Longer Cool Nuclear Plant Reactors'
The reservoir which had been created by the Kakhovka dam in southern Ukraine can no longer supply water to cool reactors at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, the dam's operator said Thursday.
Gummies For Hair: Effective Or A Gimmick?
Chewing on colourful gummies for hair growth?
El Nino Develops, Experts Wary Of Poor Monsoon Spell
El Nino conditions have emerged, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said on Thursday, with the weather phenomenon threatening to push the global temperature to new highs.
Got A Grumpy Cat? Here's How To Get Them Feline Good Again
It is said that unlike dogs, cats aren't all that easy to understand as they often choose to hide their discomfort.
Once Beaten, Twice Bowled: India Botch Up Art Of Leaving
India's reply limited by dismissals of Gill, their most in-form batter, and Pujara, the best acclimatised player, after bowlers fight hard on Day 2
The Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, which began on May 2, has caused a stalemate in Hollywood as multiple productions halt work in solidarity with screenwriters demanding better pay and protection against AI, among other concerns
Neeraj bats for Kachra: Calls out food app for being 'extremely insensitive'
On Thursday, filmmaker Neeraj Ghaywan slammed a video campaign by food aggregator Zomato, calling it \"extremely insensitive\".
Agar kabhi SRK mujhse mile, main toh ro doonga
Shah Rukh Khan's doppelgänger, Suraj Kumar, had the time of his life when he was papped at India Gate in Delhi recently and his pictures went viral.
Zverev, Ruud: A French renaissance
As Alexander Zverev tested every ounce of Rafael Nadal's clay-court skills for three hours and counting in two competitive sets of last year's French Open semi-final, Casper Ruud braced for a long night of watching and waiting to know his final opponent. \"All of a sudden it ended his year. It was so unfortunate,\" Ruud recalled. \"We're going to give it our all.\"
How Sanjeeta Bhattacharya is balancing music and acting
In the world of showbiz, dreams can come true in the most unexpected ways. Sanjeeta Bhattacharya was a rising star in the independent music space when she found herself on a path she never anticipated: acting.
'IT IS A STRUGGLE JUGGLING BOLLYWOOD AND HOLLYWOOD'
Actor Ali Fazal says he has had to turn down a number of Hindi projects owing to commitments in the West
Chris Gayle may take up rapping full-time, says Arko
Chris was very comfortable while recording. That's because he has a studio in Jamaica and he spends a lot of time there.
OpenAI keen on supporting startups, education in India
OpenAI chief executive Sam Altman, who is on a visit to India, said that the company is committed to backing startups in the country, with conversations are already underway to facilitate this initiative. He also said that education is one of the areas that he is most excited about.
Flight prices soar high on demand, stagnant supply
Record demand and stagnant supply in the ongoing peak season have resulted in high ticket prices on domestic flights, a HT analysis has shown.
Half of all ₹2,000 notes in circulation returned
The total value of ₹2,000 bank notes in circulation declined to ₹3.62 lakh crore
Focus not on penalising victims, says Canada PM on Indian students facing deportation
Even as a committee of the House of Commons passed a motion on Wednesday in favour of former international students from India facing potential deportation from Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed that his Government was focused on \"identifying the culprits, not penalising the victims.\"
Four toddlers wounded in knife attack in French Alps
Four toddlers and two pensioners were stabbed in a knife attack in the tranquil French mountain town of Annecy on Thursday and the government said the suspected assailant was a Syrian refugee.
PM, Saudi Crown Prince review ties with focus on connectivity and defence
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Thursday reviewed bilateral cooperation and discussed ways to bolster relations in connectivity, energy and defence.
A week on, identifying bodies still a task
Mohammad Tanvir Alam rushed to Odisha from Hyderabad earlier this week, concerned about the fate of his elder brother and two nephews who were travelling on the Coromandel Express on June 2 that crashed into a goods train, its derailed bogeys then colliding with the Yeshwantpur Howrah Express, leaving 288 dead and over 1100 injured.
No normalisation of ties without peace on LAC: EAM tells China
External affairs minister S Jaishankar on Thursday delivered a blunt message to China on the standoff on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) any expectation that ties can be normalised without peace on the frontier is unfounded since the forward deployment of troops is the main source of continuing tensions.
Reconciliation with Pilot is permanent, says Gehlot
Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot termed the reconciliation between him and senior Congress leader Sachin Pilot \"permanent\" amid speculation that Pilot may break-away from the Congress and announce a new party on June 11, the birth anniversary of his father Rajesh Pilot.
Govt approves ₹102 cr package for those displaced in Manipur
The Centre has approved a ₹101.75 crore relief package for displaced citizens in Manipur where the situation remains peaceful with no fresh incidents of violence in the past 48 hours, state security adviser Kuldiep Singh said on Thursday.
Exit exam for medical grads likely from 2024
The National Exit (NEXT) examination - a common qualifying criterion for final-year undergraduate medical students, the measure for merit-based allocation of postgraduate seats, and the screening mechanism for foreign medical graduates wanting to practise in India - will be introduced next year, according to a senior government functionary.
PM's visit to set new benchmarks: Pentagon official
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's state visit to the United States (US) will set new benchmarks in the India-US defence relationship and bring the two closer on issues of co-production and co-development in unprecedented ways, a top Pentagon official in charge of Indo-Pacific has said.
Slain UP gangster's wife approaches apex court
The Supreme Court will hear on Friday a plea by the wife of gangster-politician Mukhtar Ansari's aide Sanjeev Maheshwari, alias Jeeva, who was shot dead in a Lucknow court premises on Wednesday, seeking anticipatory bail in a criminal case lodged against her.
Harris to host lunch for Modi, White House says visit will boost relations
Kamala Harris, the first Indian-origin vice-president of the United States, will host Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a lunch at the State Department on June 23, a day after the PM attends the State dinner at White House during his visit to Washington DC.
Councillors to debate infra loan for road maintenance
The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) House on Thursday deferred a call on transferring the cleaning of roads under the jurisdiction of the civic body to the Delhi government's Public Works Department (PWD), senior officials aware of the matter said.