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29 Sep 2020Technology
While the entire world is looking forward to positive news about a COVID-19 vaccine, global vaccination could mean the death of half a million sharks, an advocacy group has warned.
15 Sep 2020Entertainment
Celebrity author JK Rowling has got embroiled in another controversy, this time surrounding the content of one of her latest books.
17 Jul 2020Technology
In the last few hours, several developments have been reported from the world of technology.
26 Jun 2020Technology
Hours after iOS 14 preview went live, testers discovered its ability to alert when an app reads clipboard.
12 May 2020India
In a gruesome incident, a man was lynched in Jharkhand's Dumka on Monday after he allegedly tried to steal a goat. He died on the way to the hospital.
03 Jan 2020India
Much has been said about Uttar Pradesh Police's handling of protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in the state last month.
02 Jan 2020India
For weeks now, baby Ayra (or Champak as she is called at home), was living with her relatives as her activist parents, Ekta and Ravi Shekhar, were jailed for participating in the anti-Citizenship Act protests in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi.
01 Jan 2020Sports
Young Indian medium pacer Deepak Chahar grabbed headlines in 2019, owing to his prolific bowling.
29 Nov 2019Politics
After losing the West Bengal assembly by-polls to the ruling Trinamool Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party has cast doubts on the reliability of electronic voting machines (EVMs). Ironical much?
11 Nov 2019India
In a shocking incident, a panchayat in Bihar held a pregnant 15-year-old girl responsible for her rape.
29 Oct 2019World
ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was revealed to have died recently, has been buried at sea, US officials said on Monday.
04 Sep 2019India
The fault lines in the mid-day meal scheme were exposed last month after it was revealed that students at a state-run school in Mirzapur were served roti with salt.
23 Jun 2019Politics
BSP Chief Mayawati has always been a staunch critic of dynasty politics, but apparently she has forgotten all the things she "taught" others.
06 Sep 2018World
The world media today hailed the overturning of a colonial-era law in India that criminalized gay sex, saying the landmark ruling was a boost for gay rights not only in the world's largest democracy but also the world.