New Delhi: India pressed China once again to complete the stalled troop disengagement at a face-off site as well as restore status quo ante at Depsang and Demchok in eastern Ladakh during top-level military talks on Sunday.
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Soon, students can take up engineering courses in Gujarati, Punjabi and Odia
Several colleges informed the apex body that English-medium students are found looking up reference material in Hindi
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Super Cup, super win for Real
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RBI study: Omicron may be flash flood, not wave
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Days before Oly, China's daily cases highest in nearly 2 years
Beijing On High Alert Over Lone Omicron Case; Strain Breaches Key Cities
No political bias, tableaux picked by panel of ‘apolitical experts': Govt
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MMRDA contractor to pay ₹1cr fine for girder crash
Four months after a span of an under-construction elevated road, which was under construction, collapsed at Bandra Kurla on September 17 last year, the regional development authority, MMRDA, has penalised the contractor Rs 1 crore for “not taking adequate precaution, leading to the collapse”
Kathak legend Pandit Birju Maharaj passes away at 83
Legendary Kathak exponent Pt Birju Maharaj,who took the traditional Indian dance form tothe world, died at his home in Delhi in the early hours of Monday.
HC: Unbelievably, Brahmapuri report and map made in a day
The Bombay high court has found that on the Kolhapur district collector’s direction a report and map were prepared in May 2018 to show an archaeological site to be over 100 metres away from its location so that the under-construction new Shivaji bridge on the Panchganga fell outside the no-construction zone.
Wall Street Digs In To China
U.S. politicians are taking a tougher line on the country, but bankers say they have to be there
CHINA'S QUEST TO TAKE TAIWAN
CHINESE OFFICIALS HAVE started directing citizens to stock up on food amid rising vegetable, egg, and pork prices. Encouraging people to become preppers could just be how the Chinese government expresses concern about cold snaps and potential future COVID-19 lockdowns. But some fear it’s a more sinister sign, indicating that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) wants people to prepare for the growing threat of war.
The Jail Money Trap
The Museum of Chinese in America was desperate to buy its building. The city found a reason to pay for it— one that threw Chinatown into a years-long fight.
Tesla Takes Its Critics to Court
Chinese customers and bloggers who complain about its cars are increasingly the targets of lawsuits
CHINA CLEARS BOEING 737 MAX TO FLY AGAIN
China’s aviation regulator cleared the Boeing 737 Max on Thursday to return to flying with technical upgrades more than two years after the plane was grounded worldwide following two fatal crashes.
JAPAN, VIETNAM LOOK TO CYBER DEFENSE AGAINST CHINA
Japan and Vietnam signed a cybersecurity agreement as the two Asian nations rapidly step up their military ties amid concerns over China’s growing assertiveness.
Xi's Great Moderation
The Chinese leader wants to downsize the real estate sector, even if it means sacrificing economic growth
Fortnite Hits The Wall
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HOW TO DEAL WITH ANGER AND ENEMIES
In their ongoing dialogues, THEOPHILE THE ELDER and THEO THE YOUNGER continue to explore aspects of human behavior and self-development. Here they discuss some strategies for dealing with enemies, injustice, and managing anger.