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Why Not Book Social Media Platforms As Abettors: HC
Taking a serious view of misuse of social media platforms such as YouTube to commit offences, the Madras high court asked in oral remarks on Thursday why such social media platforms could not be added as abettors/accused in cases.
Jabs Have Kept Severe Illness, Deaths Low In 3rd Wave: ICMR
The proportion of Covid deaths in active cases during the current surge is significantly lower, helped by large-scale vaccination coverage, than the previous second wave, the Centre said underlining the role of vaccines in protecting against severe illness and deaths due to Covid-19.
5 Ways To Respond To A Ghoster Who Is Trying To Sneak Back Into Your Life
Ghoster returning? -Tips to respond
2 beat up pregnant forest guard, held
Chief conservator of forests Clement Ben, who met Sanap in Palsawde on Thursday, added that the forest guard is three-months pregnant.
BJP leaves out Parrikar son, 2 ministers in Goa first list
Mantri Who Quit Over Sex Taint Retained
Scores do not reflect merit, says SC, upholds OBC quota
Rejects Challenge To Reservation In All-India Quota Medical Seats
TIME TO SHOW SOME STEEL
With Series On The Line, India’s Middle-Order Batters Will Be On Test In 2nd One-Dayer Today
We won't allow constructions on city's salt pans: Aaditya, Awhad
In a shot in the arm for green activists, two state ministers, Aaditya Thackeray and Jitendra Awhad, on Thursday declared that salt pans spread over 5,500 acres in Mumbai will not be allowed for development.
Holders India look to gain from Tokyo high
Muscat: The Indian women’s hockey team will look to carry on the momentum from the historic Tokyo Olympic campaign when it opens its title defence against Malaysia in the Asia Cup here on Friday. The Indian women recorded their best-ever Olympic result after finishing fourth in Tokyo last year, narrowly missing out on a podium.
Britney claims father took $36mn from her estate, pitched a show
The legal fight between popicon Britney Spears and her father Jamie seems to be turning ugly
The Biology of Time
DR. SATCHIN PANDA is a leading expert in the field of circadian rhythm research. He is Associate Professor in the Regulatory Lab at the Salk Institute, a Pew Scholar, and a recipient of the Dana Foundation Award in Brain and Immune System Imaging. His book, The Circadian Code, has helped many people to regain their energy, sleep well and lose weight. Here he is interviewed by UDAY KUMAR on how he developed the ideas in his book, and what inspired his research.
How a Philanthropic Darling Became Political Scandal
A Canadian development charity courted celebrities, enlisted legions of schoolchildren to raise funds, and built a new, commerce-fueled model of philanthropy. Then a Covid relief deal got people asking who was benefiting most
On The Go - From The Travel Bag Of A Solo Biker
SUHAS RAMAKRISHNAN is a quintessential biker, who loves to venture on his beloved Harley. In one of his recent expeditions, he finds inspiration at the famous Uluru in Central Australia. Through one of the most punishing deserts on Earth, this expedition is as much about courage as it is about perseverance and unwavering self-belief. Suhas also shares some valuable tips, especially for those bitten by the solo travel bug.
The Adivasi Fireball
India successfully test-fires new BrahMos missile
BrahMos supersonic cruise missile with increased indigenous content and improved performance, successfully test-fired from Integrated Test Range, Chandipur off the coast of Odisha
Vedanta Aluminium and GEAR India to deploy Lithium-Ion Forklift Fleets
VEDANTA ALUMINIUM BUSINESS, India’s largest producer of aluminium, has signed an agreement with GEAR India, to deploy one of the largest fleets of lithium-ion battery-powered electric forklifts, becoming the first in the Indian aluminium industry to undertake such an initiative.
Scrolls on freedom movement, 10 LED screens on Rajpath for R-Day parade
Ten gigantic scrolls, each measuring 750 metres and depicting tales of valour of the unsung heroes of India's freedom movement, and 10 large LED screenings for easy viewing of the parade, are among the preparations for the upcoming first Republic Day celebrations at the revamped Central Vista Avenue.
SUBMARINE-KILLER: SMART MISSILE TESTED SUCCESSFULLY
With its maximum range of 650 km, a first for such a class of weapon in the world, the DRDO has handed the Indian Navy a significant leap in engagement capabilities
ROOTING FOR TEAM INDIA
THE YEAR 2022 WILL AFFORD ALL INDIAN SPORTSPERSONS THE OPPORTUNITY TO EITHER PROVE THEMSELVES OR REINVENT THE SPORT ITSELF
“We have been contributing to India's solar energy business for 4+ decades”
An interview with Dinesh Aggarwal, joint MD, Panasonic Life Solutions India; head, new business (ISAMEA Region)