Study Finds Long-Term Exposure To Air Pollution May Increase Virus Risk
Long term exposure to ambient air pollution may heighten the risk of COVID-19 infection, suggests recent research.
Booster Dose Neutralises Covid-19 Omicron Variant. Says EU Research
Aim of study was to characterise efficacy of therapeutic antibodies and scientists concluded that many mutations in spike protein of variant enabled it to largely evade immune response.
Rahul's Over-reliance On Sidhu, Rawat May Prove Costly
The first list of Congress candidates for the Punjab Assembly elections suggests that Sidhu is dominating the ticket allocation exercise, while Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi is not that effective.
Piyush Goyal urges IT sector to aim for $1 trillion services exports
Union Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal on Sunday assured the leaders of top Indian IT companies that the Centre would give full support to the IT sector in order to accelerate growth and help India's service exports soar to US$1 trillion in a decade.
LAKSHYA SEN WINS INDIA OPEN 2022, DEFEATS LOH KEAN YEW
India shuttler Lakshya Sen won the men's singles final of the ongoing India Open 2022 here at the KD Jadhav Stadium here on Sunday.
Just a 'security breach' or a sinister plan?
Unsurprisingly, after the inexplicable dereliction of duty by Punjab administration and police, defiance of all the existing protocols and sheer disrespect of the Constitutional authority, the Congress regime made a mockery of the incident.
Delhi court rejects bail plea of 'Sulli Deals'app creator
In July 2021, the Sulli Deals'app was made on the Github platform to auction Muslim women.
Australia thrash England by 146 runs in fifth Test
The Three Lions were bowled out for 124, handing Australia a 146-run win in the fifth and final Ashes Test.
ABSOLUTE TRUTH IS A PERSON
The impersonal realisation of the Brahman effulgence is the indirect process of understanding the Absolute Truth and is considered a difficult path according to Srimad Bhagavad Gita.
A CHRONICLE OF INDIA'S MODIFICATION
The following has been extracted from 'The Modi Gambit: Decoding Modi 2.O' written by Sanju Verma. The excerpt is the book's Foreword and is written by TV. Mohandas Pai.
Virat Kohli Says Batting Must Be 'Looked Into' After Defeat At Newlands
SOUTH AFRICA VS INDIA
South Africa Beat India By 7 Wickets In 3rd Test, Clinch Series 2-1
WHO Recommends Two New Drugs To Treat Patients With Covid-19
India Open: P.V. Sindhu, Lakshya Sen Advance To The Semi-Finals
BWF World Tour Tournament
Emma Says She Would Definitely Return For Another 'Harry Potter' Reunion
WASHINGTON: Emma Watson fans rejoice as the actor that appeared in the recent HBO Max's 'Harry Potter' reunion, said she would definitely" return for a second reunion in another 20 years.
Putin to attend Beijing Olympics opening ceremony
2022 WINTER OLYMPICS
NORTH KOREA REACTS STRONGLY TO SANCTIONS BY U.S.
BALLISTIC MISSILE TESTS
GURUGRAM, FARIDABAD REGISTER 50% OF HARYANA'S COVID CASES
Haryana's NCR cities adjoining Delhi are witnessing a surge in Covid cases, with a sizable chunk of fresh cases originating in Delhi.
RJD unlikely to ally with Cong in upcoming MLC polls in Bihar
NO MORE BUZZ
PUTIN, TOKAYEV DISCUSS CSTO FORCES WITHDRAWAL FROM KAZAKHSTAN
US HOUSE COMMITTEE SEEKS COOPERATION FROM TOP HOUSE REPUBLICAN
CAPITOL RIOT INVESTIGATION
P.V. SINDHU ENTERS NEXT ROUND AFTER DEFEATING IRA SHARMA
INDIA OPEN 2022
Europe's policy allows it to be influential player' in relation to Russia, China
DJOKOVIC INCLUDED IN AUSTRALIAN OPEN DRAW
AS GURUGRAM BECOMES COVID HOTSPOT, TROUBLES PILE UP FOR ADMINISTRATION
SURGE IN CASES
14 TERRORISTS NEUTRALISED IN 8 OPERATIONS THIS YEAR TILL NOW IN J&K: POLICE CHIEF
China's Zero-Covid Policy Backfires, Stokes Public Frustration, Anger
Tap Into The Energy Of The Sun In Transit On The Day Of Makar Sankranti
Makar Sankranti was of special significance in the ancient world, for it corresponded with the onset of the apparent northward movement of the sun (uttarayan, in Sanskrit).
From A Post-Covid High, Daily Number Of Domestic Flyers Sees A New Low
In the past fortnight the Omicron variant of COVID-19 has seen the number of domestic flyers nose-dive. January 11 saw only 1.9 Lakh people flying within the country on 2061 scheduled domestic flights.
SAINA NEHWAL ADVANCES AFTER SVABIKOVA RETIRES WITH INJURY