Greater Noida: Two tourists died and four, including three students from Congo, were injured after a Honda Civic cruising at 110kmph crashed into a mini bus parked off the Yamuna Expressway on Sunday morning.
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Special day for special guests: Farmers who parted with their ancestral land
Villagers said that more than 95% of people have already got their dues
Your cat can track you without seeing you
Ever wondered how your cat,who usually ignores your calls,materialises out of thin air the moment you step within a one-metre radius from your refrigerator?
Polls In Sight, N Corpn Refrains From Increasing Property Tax
Corpn Commissioner Blames Delhi Govt For Financial Crisis
Infant Mortality Rate In City Improves In Last Five Years
NFHS SURVEY: Sex Ratio At Birth Up To 923 Girls Per 1,000 Boys
10 speedbreakers come up outside 5-star hotel, agencies pass the buck
STUMBLING BLOCKS: The plastic speedbreakers on the road opposite a five-star hotel in Vasant Kunj were installed on Tuesday
50% Covaxin Efficacy May Not Be As Bad As It Seems
Those Tested Had Greater Exposure During 2nd Wave Peak
For first time, India's fertility rate below replacement level
Popn Set To Fall; Only 3 Big States Buck The Trend
Dip in Covid testing rates worries Centre
Up Tests To Not Miss Cases, 11 States & 2 UTs Told
Mamata meets Modi, raises BSF jurisdiction
New Delhi: Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, at her meeting with PM Modi in Delhi on Wednesday, raised a host of Center-state administrative and political issues and invited him to inaugurate next year’s Bengal Global Business Summit, which he has “accepted”, reports Mohua Chatterjee.
Nasa launches spacecraft to kick an asteroid off course
Washington: A Nasa mission to deliberately smash a spacecraft into an asteroid — a test run should humanity ever need to stop a giant space rock from wiping out life on Earth — blasted off on Tuesday from California.
CITIZEN OF THE World
Congolese native Yannick Nzosa played for professional teams in Italy and Spain before he turned 17. Now that his name is moving up the 2022 pre-draft boards, the former soccer player has one thing front and center in his mind—succeeding for his family back home.
Fall Food Fests
Thanksgiving may be the big November meal, but you’ll find lots to chew on around town in the weeks leading up to Turkey Day.
We Are The Rhythm
Bamboula 2000 embraces Cuba as it turns 25.
Emmanuel Mudiay Is Not Scared
War-torn Congo, chaos in Dallas, injury in China - nothing has stopped this 19 year-old point guard yet. Can the NBA?
De Burgh: I'm so grateful to be inoculated
SINGER Chris de Burgh said he feels thankful for having had his booster vaccination after catching coronavirus earlier this year.
Southern Africa's hunger hotspots
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Food Programme’s Hunger Hotspots report highlights the countries most at risk of increased food insecurity from August to November 2021. In Southern African, these include Mozambique, Madagascar, Angola and the DRC.
CHAMPIONS of the WILD
Behind the scenes in Uganda’s national parks, an army of conservationists works tirelessly to defend the country’s natural treasures from the threat from oil pipelines, hydro dams and poaching. With elephant numbers stabilising and lion tracking programmes in place, tourism numbers are returning, not least to the dense, misty forests that shroud the south of the country, home to more than half the world’s mountain gorillas
Kader Attia’s artworks, addressing culturalism, colonialism and capitalism, speak volumes
KRIBENSIS THE NANO RIVER RAINBOWS
If any aquarium hobbyist is looking out for a small fish that can add action and an array of sparkling colours to his freshwater aquarium, the kribensis cichlid (Pelvicachromis pulcher) is undeniably worth considering.
Beware of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
Spread by bont-legged ticks, this zoonotic disease can prove fatal to humans if left untreated.