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Government to float Eol for IDBI Bank by June-end
Currently, it enjoys certain relaxations being a state-run bank
Govt schools get 'happy' feedback
National survey finds most students of govt schools like going for classes and feel safe
Compete with China to keep world order, says US state secy Blinken
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on Thursday for vigorous competition with China to preserve the existing global order but said the United States did not seek a "Cold War."
Akhilesh Yadav picks ally Jayant as RS candidate
Javed Ali Khan to be party's third candidate for the upper house
Soon, visitors can 'immerse' in history & heritage at site museums
THE Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to take a giant leap towards converting museum visits into an interactive and immersive experience.
Parts of Srinagar remain shut for 2nd day, police arrest 10 for stone-pelting
FOR the second consecutive day, parts of Srinagar observed shutdown over the life sentence awarded by the NIA court to separatist leader and JKLF chairman Yasin Malik.
Modi terms KCR a 'superstitious person'
PM dismisses TRS as a 'family party', expresses hope that BJP will come to power in T'gana after next elections
Bengal proposes to make CM chancellor of varsities
THE West Bengal cabinet on Thursday approved a proposal to appoint Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as the chancellor of all state government universities.
Fiercest battle rages in east, says Ukraine
4 civilians die in Donetsk shelling, another four in Kharkiv; Moscow accuses West of stopping grain-carrying vessels
'BJP, CONG PLAYING FRIENDLY MATCHES': BJP VETERAN JOINS AAP
JAGMAL Vala, a prominent BJP leader from the religious hub Somnath in Junagadh district joined the Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday. Vala had met Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi a few days ago.
Killer Heat Is Here
The record temperatures ravaging India are a warning of global catastrophes to come
FOOD FOR Thought
All about food
THE TREE OF Life and Fertility
DR. V. RAMAKANTHA shares some insights into the science, history and mythology of the Banyan tree, also known as the Bengal Fig or Indian Fig. The Banyan is one of those mythical trees that has had an important place in the life and history of the people of India since ancient times. It is also home to many species of birds, animals, and epiphytic plants.
East Meets West
KALYANI ADUSUMILLI grew up in a minority group in the United States, straddling cultures, learning how to fit in, and later learning how to accept the traditions of her heritage. Today, she is watching her children going through the same process, shifting their cultural identity, as they head toward adulthood in the melting pot of a multicultural society.
NILANGANA BANERJEE: 2 series The 'Selves' | The Lullaby
The series Selves aims to artistically represent the psychological conflicts we face when we weigh ourselves based on socially determined of what is ideal and where we stand with the distorted and one-size that fits all defined.
Why We Are Not Responsible Toward the Environment
DR. ICHAK ADIZES is an expert in change management for organizations. Here he shares some of the reasons why companies are not changing their actions in relation to the environment, even though everyone knows we are facing an environmental crisis. He also offers simple solutions that will bring change.
Annadata Suraksha Abhiyaan
A tailor-made insurance initiative to financially secure farmers and growers against farming risks.
The FORCE Behind the FORCE
How George Lucas created Hollywood's most beloved franchise
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO GET STARTED IN MAGNET FISHING
In addition to treasure hunting, magnet fishing has an environmental aspect-it helps to clean up our waterways.
Sorry, iPhone 6 Plus users, your phone probably can't be repaired anymore
Apple moves two older devices to 'vintage' status.