Pre-Monsoon Rainfall Above Normal This Year
According to scientists, the deficit in eastern India is due to high aerosol concentration in Gangetic plains.
NASA holds first public meeting on UFOs
In 2022, the space agency said it was analysing observations in the sky that can't be identified as aerial or natural
Tomato prices soar as arrival declines
The price of tomatoes in the retail markets across the state has been on the rise for the last three days, crossing ₹40 for a kilogram on Thursday. The price is expected to go up slightly more as the arrival is expected to reduce further.
Two-km stretch of PAP branch canal missing in Dharapuram: Farmers
A group of farmers alleged that contractors engaged for widening the State Highway in Dharapuram have demolished 2 km-long branch canal of the PAP canal.
Church same and faith no less, but SC Christians 'untouchables' here
They are even barred from using burial ground of St Mary Magdalene Church in Tiruchy
MRTS suspension: Commuters seek govt intervention
Circular issued on May 25 to suspend services between Beach-Chepauk from July 1, 2023 to January 31, 2024 in order to lay a fourth line
At this wedding, guests were asked to gift only school books
'Strength of Navy SEAL' needed to win French Open: Tsitsipasa
STEFANOS Tsitsipas believes he'll need to have the mental and physical strength of an elite, battle-hardened special forces commando to break through to a maiden Grand Slam title.
Pujara could provide key insights with his knowledge: Gavaskar
SUNIL Gavaskar believes that Chesteshwar Pujara could provide valuable insights to his Indian teammates ahead of the World Test Championship final against Australia, having played extensively in the Championship over the last few seasons.
Shuttler Kiran stuns Shi but Sindhu ousted
INDIA'S Kiran George scripted a stunning straight-game win over World No. 9 Shi Yuqi of China but double Olympic medallist PV Sindhu made an opening round exit from the Thailand Open Super 500 tournament here on Wednesday.
SHUSHILA REQUESTS MIRABAI TO LEND SUPPORT
The violence in the state has affected the lives of scores. For athletes like Shushila, who went to the Olympics in Tokyo, it has meant completely stopping her programme to serve the people of her state, to help them recover. It's not a surprise that sporting centres have been shut down and athletes sent back home...
Dixon partners Xiaomi to make, export phones
CONTRACT manufacturer Dixon Technologies (India) announced on Wednesday that it has partnered with Chinese tech giant Xiaomi to manufacture and export Xiaomi's mobile phones.
Govt reopens semiconductor incentive scheme; Vedanta-Foxconn can reapply
THE government on Wednesday invited fresh applications for setting up Semiconductor Fabs and Display Fabs units in the country from June 1, 2023.
Clients' fund misuse: Sebi cancels Karvy Stock Broking registration
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), on Wednesday, cancelled Karvy Stock Broking's certificate of registration for mis-utilizing clients' funds and securities.
Govt manages to meet fiscal deficit target of 6.4% for FY23
The government has managed to stick to the 6.4% fiscal deficit target for FY23, official data released on Wednesday showed.
Sebi seeks more info from FPIs
High-risk foreign investors will have to give granular details of ownership, economic interest
NATO-led peacekeepers step up security after Kosovo clashes
NATO-led peacekeepers stepped up security around a town hall in northern Kosovo on Wednesday, where hundreds of ethnic Serbs gathered again at the scene of clashes earlier this week that left more than 80 people injured.
North Korea's first military satellite launch fails, rocket crashes into sea
South Korean military retrieves part of the wreckage in a potential intelligence bonanza
Local bodies' term ending soon amid uncertainty over Assembly elections
EVEN as the uncertainty over the Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir continues, the tenure of panchayats and urban local Bodies (ULBS) in the Union Territory is coming to an end by the end of this year and it remains to be seen whether the polls to local bodies will be held before or after the Assembly polls.
Cong, BJP vie to win tribal support in Bastar
Tribal-dominated Bastar in south Chhattisgarh apparently remains a real challenge for the opposition BJP that does not have a single legislator in the 12 assembly seats in the region.
Top honours: Partially paralysed Gujarat girl scores A-1 grade in 12th
The Gujarat Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GSEB) on Wednesday announced Class 12 general stream results.
In Ajmer, Modi attacks Cong on graft
Says party loots every citizen - poor, tribals, minorities, women & the disabled - all equally
2 days after truce in Delhi, Pilot sticks to his demands in Raj
TWO days after a reconciliation meeting at Congress chief Mallikarjan Kharge's house, Sachin Pilot's attitude towards his demands is unchanged.
India strives for partnership with Singapore for vocational education
INDIA is exploring ways to partner with Singapore for seamless integration of skilling and vocational education, starting from the school level, said Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Wednesday.
Cracks in Oppn unity as Cong MLA joins Didi
EVEN as several Opposition parties are gearing up for their first big meeting on June 12 in Patna, the rift between Congress and Trinamool (TMC) has come out in the open after the lone Congress MLA in the West Bengal assembly switched over to TMC.
IAF for smaller BrahMos with same lethality
CALLING the BrahMos cruise missile the country's most lethal combat asset, Indian Air Force Chief on Wednesday called for more combat squadrons with these BrahMos-modified aircraft.
Display of anti-tobacco warning now must for OTT platforms
THE Health Ministry on Wednesday announced that all over-the-top (OTT) streaming platforms will now have to display anti-tobacco warnings as seen in movies screened in theatres and TV programmes.
₹2,000 note: Delhi HC junks a plea, reserves order on another
IN the aftermath of the RBI's decision to withdraw currency notes of ₹2,000 denomination from circulation, two pleas were moved in the Delhi High Court.
₹1L cr scheme for grain storage
Cabinet okays plans to raise storage capacity by 700 lakh tonne in the cooperative sector
'Missing 7K tonnes of paddy sent for grinding'
MINISTER for Food and Civil Supplies, Consumer Protection and Price Control R Sakkarapani on Wednesday denied allegations that 7,000 tonnes of paddy have gone missing from the Tamil Nadu Civil Supplies Corporation (TNCSC) open warehouse at Vettillaikaranpallam near Adhiyamankottai.