Double blow for South Africa
Injured Nortje, Magala ruled out of World Cup to be held in India from Oct-Nov 2023
'Moment of immense pride'
Harmanpreet is the third hockey player to be flag-bearer
Time to showcase bench
As the final dress rehearsal before the World Cup begins today
Indian wins Norman Borlaug award
The award is given to exceptional scientists under 40 and someone who works in the field of food and nutrition security, hunger eradication
Zelensky meets US MPs in Washington
Zelensky's visit to Washington comes as Biden requested Congress for an additional $24 billion for Ukraine's needs
Assad's first visit to China since beginning of war
Beijing has been expanding its reach in West Asia after mediating a deal in March between Saudi Arabia and Iran
STOPPAGE TIME DRAMA AGAIN
Bayern Munich edge out Manchester United 4-3 in Champions League opener
30K PEOPLE TO GET JOBS AS KRAFT HEINZ SIGNS MOU
Kraft Heinz, the fifth-largest food company in the world, has inaugurated its first Global Capability Centre (GCC) in Ahmedabad.
Anger mounts among flood-affected residents
Residents of flood-affected areas in Ankleshwar and Bharuch towns are getting increasingly frustrated and angry as they grapple with the aftermath of devastating floods that wreaked havoc in their lives recently. Three days after the floodwaters receded, the lack of sanitation workers provided by the district administration and local municipal bodies has left the affected people to clean up their neighbourhoods and homes on their own.
Railways increases ex gratia relief in train accidents by 10x
The Railway Board has increased by 10 times the ex gratia payments made in case of death or injury to anyone in train accidents.
Boeing's 'Aatmanirbhar Bharat' plan
Eyes enhancing engineering, manufacturing and sustainment capabilities of P-8I in India
JUSTIN:TRUDEAU IN A SPOT
Hate crime allowed...: Indo-Canadian MP slams PM
SJVN OFS subscribed 2.4 times so far, govt to use greenshoe option
Retail investors will bid for the public-sector company today
Glenmark Pharma to sell Glenmark Life to Nirma for ₹5,651.5 crore
The Mumbai-based drug maker will offload 75% stake in GLS to Nirma Ltd at at ₹615 per share
Sensex down 1,600 pts in 3 days; investors lose ₹5.50 lakh crore
The US Fed left its key interest rate unchanged on Wednesday, a sign that it's moderating its fight against inflation as price pressures have eased
'No distress', people investing in other financial products: FinMin
CRASH IN HOUSEHOLD SAVINGS
Katraj Zoo to soon welcome two pairs of zebras
The tender bids have been invited from animal dealers, with an estimated cost of around ₹25 lakh for one zebra - Dr. Rajkumar Jadhav, Director, Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park
CHANDNI CHOWK CHAOS
Residents demand a pedestrian-friendly flyover, citing risky road crossings
Jammers at exam hall for PMC recruitments
Exam date not announced yet; test will be conducted at centres decided by PMC
MU students can simultaneously study at other varsities in country
Varsity says not many takers for 2 regular courses; facility not available for PhD aspirants
Desperation as city runs out of TB meds
Multi-drug tuberculosis (MDR-TB) patients across Mumbai are being forced to run from pillar to post in search of medicines that are not available at DOT centres and chemists. One direct observed therapy (DOT) centre has in fact placed a cardboard displaying the names of unavailable medicines.
Reconsider redevelopment measure, FGGL urges state
The Federation of Grantees of Government Land (FGGL) is feeling let down by the state government. The federation has been campaigning for a 5% premium to convert government land allotted to cooperative housing societies into freehold land for the past several years.
New gangland killing in Canada; Indian security agencies on alert
Amid the escalating row over the killing of separatist Khalistan Tiger Force commander Hardeep Singh Nijjar at Surrey, British Columbia, in June, another gangland killing of Sukhdool Singh alias Sukha Duneke in Winnipeg on Thursday has the Indian security establishment on high alert.
Akasa Air slaps ₹21cr suit each on five pilots
The airline claims that the pilots abruptly exited the company without serving the mandatory 6-month notice period
Dhangar quota talks bite the dust
Government seeks two months to resolve reservation issue; activists to intensify agitation
Vivek takes second spot in Prez sweepstakes
Indian-American entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy has overtaken Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to take the second slot in the race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, according to the latest poll.
Student who used spy camera to crack MPSC exam booked
The Belapur office of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) has registered a case against a candidate who cracked the non-gazetted Group B and Group C Services joint preliminary examination held on April 30, 2023, for allegedly using a spy camera at the examination centre. Two others were also booked for providing answers to the questions received on the spy camera.
Bail for tribal activist in Elgar Parishad case
The Bombay High Court on Thursday granted bail to tribal rights activist Mahesh Raut, an accused in the 2018 Elgar ParishadBhima Koregaon riots case, observing that the “incriminating material” shown by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) does not “prima facie” show that he has indulged in a “terrorist act” as contemplated under Section 15 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).
Present tense, future uncertain
The diplomatic tension between India and Canada, following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s remarks, has put Indian students in that country and those aspiring to study there on tenterhooks.
Defining moment: 33% quota gets nod
In what PM Modi described as a ‘‘defining moment in our nation's democratic journey’’, the Rajya Sabha on Thursday passed the Women’s Reservation Bill, which reserves 33 per cent of the seats in the Lok Sabha and the legislative Assemblies for women.