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Best way to keep Goa green is to grab yourself a glass of feni!
Panaji | Thursday, 2021 10:15:05 PM IST
What is the best way to save Goa from deforestation? ... read..


'Indians at large need to know about The Battle of Rezang La' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi | Monday, 2021 5:45:06 PM IST
It was an epic battle that cost the lives of 110 valiant soldiers of the Indian Army who stood steadfast against a marauding force of 5,000 attackers and prevented a possible Chinese occupation of the entire Ladakh region during the 1962 Sino-Indian war. ... read..


Ancient ritual tools unearthed in Pharaonic site in Egypt
Cairo | Sunday, 2021 4:15:05 PM IST
Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed ancient tools once used in religious rituals at a temple site in Kafr el-Sheikh province north of the capital Cairo, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said in a statement. ... read..


First-of-its-kind study finds storks prefer canals over wetlands
Chandigarh | Sunday, 2021 3:45:05 PM IST
In a first-of-its-kind research study for this poorly studied species, ornithologists discovered the woolly-necked stork prefers irrigation canals over wetlands. ... read..


'Indian healthcare must pledge to check neonatal mortality' (Sep 17 is World Patient Safety Day)
Hyderabad | Friday, 2021 6:15:06 PM IST
September 17 is commemorated as the World Patient Safety Day, and this year the World Health Organization has come forward with "Safe Maternal & Newborn Care" as the theme to promote better maternity and childcare across the world. ... read..


Afghan female football team evade Taliban threat
New Delhi | Wednesday, 2021 6:15:07 PM IST
Female footballers from Afghanistan along with their families crossed the Torkham border to reach Pakistan on Tuesday night after the government issued emergency humanitarian visas to evacuate them from their country following the Taliban takeover, Dawn r ... read..


India moving away from coal slowly, considerable progress by states: Study
New Delhi | Tuesday, 2021 4:45:05 PM IST
India alone is home to 7 per cent (21GW) of the global coal project pipeline, which is 56 per cent of South Asia's total, a study showed on Tuesday, with the country moving slowly away from coal at a national level, however considerable progress is being ... read..


Juxtaposing the resilience of Jews in India with artwork of Siona Benjamin (IANS Interview)
New Delhi | Monday, 2021 5:15:06 PM IST
This book is a double delectation. Its an inspiring chronicle of the resilience of the Jewish community in India over the centuries and a tribute to the artwork of Siona Benjamin, who grew up in Mumbais Bene Israel community and whose extensive portfolio ... read..


Quest to discover Antarctica's oldest ice
New Delhi | Friday, 2021 3:45:06 PM IST
The Oregon State University will lead a National Science Foundation-funded effort to discover Antarctica's oldest ice and learn more about how the earth's climate has changed over the past several million years. ... read..


Sanal Sasidharan: The Disruptor who learnt cinema by not learning
New Delhi | Wednesday, 2021 1:15:07 PM IST
He says that the first ever Disruptor Award at the International Film Festival of Melbourne which he received recently is in many ways a support for what he has done so far in cinema. ... read..


On a verandah, retracing Pondicherry's past through a mysterious diamond
New Delhi | Tuesday, 2021 7:15:06 PM IST
The working-class district of Kurusukuppam is not the Pondicherry of tourist brochures. Here, residents are a bewildering mix of Creoles, colonial war veterans, proud communists and French citizens who have never left India's shores. It is a place of ever ... read..


Remains of Greco-Roman town unearthed in Egypt's Alexandria
Cairo | Saturday, 2021 3:15:05 PM IST
An Egyptian archaeological mission has unearthed remains of a residential and commercial town dating back to the Greco-Roman era in the coastal city of Alexandria. ... read..


Delayed monsoon, scanty rains prolong Yamuna's agony in Sri Krishna land
Agra | Thursday, 2021 2:45:05 PM IST
The holy Yamuna river in Sri Krishnas land or Braj Mandal (Agra, Mathura, Vrindavan) continues to run dry and polluted, despite the monsoon, a clear disappointment for lakhs of devotees ahead of the Janamashtmi on August 30. ... read..


Keralites gulp down Rs 750 crore worth of liquor during Onam
Thiruvananthapuram | Monday, 2021 9:45:06 PM IST
The raging pandemic did not matter to tipplers in Kerala as they gulped down record Rs 750 crore worth of liquor during the 10-day Onam festival, according to the sole wholesaler of liquor and beer in the state -- Bevco. ... read..


Madikeri hills witness Neelakurinji bloom after 12 years
Madikeri (Karnataka) | Thursday, 2021 4:15:06 PM IST
For those who love to witness the hills of Coorg (Madikeri) bathed in a dreamy shade of blue, the Neelakurinji (Strobilanthes kunthiana), a flower which blooms once in 12 years are already giving sight to behold. ... read..


Afghan students at LU worry about families, future
Lucknow | Wednesday, 2021 4:15:06 PM IST
The 60 odd Afghan students, enrolled in various courses in Lucknow University (LU), have turned into a bundle of nerves, worrying about the safety of their families back home. ... read..


The thought of freedom through the lens of youngsters
New Delhi | Sunday, 2021 7:45:06 PM IST
The 75th Independence Day is a reminder of the bravery as well as sacrifices of sons and daughters of the soil who fought for the freedom of our glorious nation. Pride galore on August 15 when we salute our Tricolour and sing our national anthem in unison ... read..


'Aerial combat may gradually fade away' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi | Saturday, 2021 5:15:06 PM IST
For a fighter pilot, an aerial dogfight is the ultimate test of his flying skill to outwit and shoot down an enemy aircraft. That skill may soon be lost due to the evolution of advanced weapon systems, says Air Marshal Anil Chopra (retd), who has authored ... read..


I want a united India with no poverty: Bickram Ghosh
Kolkata | Saturday, 2021 5:15:06 PM IST
If I am asked to trace out the biggest problem of our country then I would say that the biggest problem of our country is that we dont realise our strength and this allows our enemies and our rivals to take chances. This not only happened in the British e ... read..


Content, style, experimentation making Malalayam cinema go places, says filmmaker Nithin Lukose
New Delhi | Saturday, 2021 2:15:06 PM IST
With his 'Paka' ('River of Blood') set to to have its World Premiere at the prestigious 46th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival, filmmaker Nithin Lukose could not have asked for more. "It's a matter of great pride. I have always liked that ... read..


'Classroom in bus' provides free education to deprived children
New Delhi | Thursday, 2021 4:45:06 PM IST
Eight-year-old Nirmal has started thinking about his career and now he is very serious about studies. "I want to be a police officer," he said, talking about his future plan sitting in a moving classroom in a bus. ... read..


The fairies among us
New Delhi | Wednesday, 2021 1:45:06 PM IST
She says everything is a tale. That we forget to see the daily events of our lives in a creative light. Children on the other hand, can blur the lines between fantasy and reality and can narrate true and made-up incidents seamlessly. Something that allows ... read..


Lightning activities show increasing trend across India
New Delhi | Saturday, 2021 3:15:05 PM IST
Parts of the Indian Peninsula, particularly the northeast and east, have registered a sharp increase of lighting over the past two decades, while the spike is minimal over the central part of the country and moderate over the rest. ... read..


Ladakh caught in tourism versus ecology dichotomy
New Delhi/Leh | Friday, 2021 2:45:06 PM IST
Two years after it was separated from the parent state of Jammu and Kashmir and granted the Union Territory status, Ladakh is on crossroads over choosing between sustainable tourism and saving the fragile trans-Himalayan ecology. ... read..


'AI would not replace people but create new opportunities'
New Delhi | Monday, 2021 11:15:05 PM IST
Experts highlighted that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is creating new opportunities which could not be achieved by traditional technology and could be used for health care as well as many other present and future challenges in various sectors. ... read..


This Haiderpur wetland guide has spread his wings
New Delhi/Bijnor | Monday, 2021 5:15:06 PM IST
Till a little more than a year ago, Ashish Gujjar was just another youth among the many unemployed from a 'kasba' Kasampur Khola near the Haiderpur Wetland, 10 kilometres from Bijnor. Now the flocks of migratory birds at the wetland that were once part of ... read..


Ronnie Screwvala now dedicates 'time & talent' to edtech
Dubai | Thursday, 2021 6:15:06 PM IST
Ronnie Screwvala has been disrupting long before 'disruptor' became a trendy word. As a first-generation entrepreneur, he dabbled with manufacturing toothbrushes, entered TV production, and eventually growing the business into the mega entertainment congl ... read..


'Steadfast self-belief, meticulousness propelled Uncle Pai's astounding results' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi | Thursday, 2021 6:15:06 PM IST
Atal Bihari Vajpeyee was known to choose his words carefully which explained his long pauses between sentences. Thus, when he once declared that after Jawaharlal Nehru, Anant Pai, the creator of the iconic Amar Chitra Katha (ACK) comics and Tinkle magazin ... read..


Of history and the many tales in its labyrinth
New Delhi | Wednesday, 2021 2:45:05 PM IST
She doesn't really remember when she heard the story of the woman she named Feroza Begum in her book. Perhaps it was one of those tales her grandmother narrated when the children gathered around in the courtyard of their rambling home. "We loved to listen ... read..


Amur tigers make 'remarkable' comeback in China
New Delhi | Tuesday, 2021 2:45:05 PM IST
An international team of scientists say that tigers could come roaring back in an unlikely place: Northeastern China. ... read..


Yogi's mango diplomacy, 'choicest' fruits to PM, BJP leaders
Lucknow | Sunday, 2021 4:15:06 PM IST
After slamming Congress MP Rahul Gandhi over his remarks on Uttar Pradesh mangoes, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has sent high quality mangoes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his cabinet colleagues, BJP president J.P. Nadda and other senior leaders of t ... read..


Telangana to restore British era musical flood alert system in Osman Sagar
Hyderabad | Saturday, 2021 10:15:06 PM IST
As Telangana officials scrambled to save lives and property amid the recent flood and heavy rain, one senior official in Hyderabad literally stumbled upon a melodious musical flood warning system which went mute at a reservoir. ... read..


Operation Mamata, a boon for Tharu women in UP
Lucknow | Tuesday, 2021 6:45:06 PM IST
Four decades, women of the Tharu tribe living in villages in the Terai region of the Indo-Nepal border in Uttar Pradesh, were deprived of even basic amenities like electricity and water, but now things are changing. ... read..


Indians searched more on immunity, e-learning during pandemic: Report
Bengaluru | Monday, 2021 7:15:06 PM IST
There has been a massive increase in searches related to physical fitness, financial investments, entertainment, e-learning searches in the last one year as people continued to shelter at place and work from home due to the ongoing Covid pandemic, reveale ... read..


Gram panchayat libraries to be turned into digital classrooms in K'taka
Bengaluru | Tuesday, 2021 4:15:06 PM IST
The Karnataka government in an attempt to reach out to the children who are not able to take online classes and do not have access to television is contemplating turning Gram Panchayat libraries into digital classrooms. ... read..


SW Railway begins development of heritage stations in K'taka
Bengaluru | Tuesday, 2021 4:15:06 PM IST
South-Western Railway, Bengaluru Division has begun to give shape to its grand plan of developing four of the oldest railway stations surrounding Bengaluru as heritage stations. ... read..


BHU scientist warns against 'unscientific' tree plantation
Varanasi | Monday, 2021 3:15:06 PM IST
Even as Uttar Pradesh undertakes a massive tree plantation drive, a retired scientist and river engineer from the Banaras Hindu university (BHU) has warned against "unscientific plantation of trees which could aggravate flood threat". ... read..


Ruins of ancient Sun temple in UP gets govt's attention
Pratapgarh (Uttar Pradesh) | Friday, 2021 9:15:06 PM IST
Plans are afoot to revive a 8th century Sun temple, located in a Uttar Pradesh village in Pratapgarh district. ... read..


Barmer villagers dance on streets to celebrate water supply
Jaipur | Friday, 2021 8:45:05 PM IST
: Villagers in Rajasthan's water-starved Barmer district broke into a dance after they got regular water connections. For the five villages, getting water was a long trudge away from home. ... read..


Dehradun's Booknerds revolutionizing way readers & authors connect
New Delhi | Thursday, 2021 6:15:06 PM IST
Booknerds, a Dehradun-based initiative, is revolutionizing the way books and authors connect. ... read..


Sighted over PM Modi's residence, Mumbai centre to track UFOs
Mumbai | Friday, 2021 9:45:06 PM IST
Opening up an exciting field of scientific study, a Mumbai-based scientist has formed a centre to study the mysteries and suspense shrouding Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) -- once sighted above Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence in New Delhi -- ... read..


Starting young was blessing: Anahita & Apoorva
New Delhi | Friday, 2021 3:15:05 PM IST
Anahita and Apoorva, the Chennai-based much sought-after young artists in the Indian Carnatic Classical arena insist that starting their training much before the age of 10 has been the biggest blessing. Besides vocals, Anahita is proficient in playing the ... read..


Dead man walking: To remarry wife as he turns 28 again
Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh) | Thursday, 2021 7:15:05 PM IST
Lal Bihari 'Mritak', the man who made headlines when he fought a long battle to prove he was 'alive', after being declared 'dead' in government records, is in news again. ... read..


One mango tree with 121 varieties of the fruit
Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh) | Wednesday, 2021 9:15:06 PM IST
Saharanpur, a district mainly known for its hand carved furniture, has now become famous for something else -- a unique mango tree that has 121 varieties of fruits growing on it. ... read..


'The House of Scindias' raises tantalising questions (Book Review)
New Delhi | Wednesday, 2021 5:45:06 PM IST
What exactly is the extent of the wealth amassed by the Scindias, the erstwhile ruling family of Gwalior? How was it generated and how is it to be distributed among its four claimants? ... read..


Bhopal women group's unique initiative to protect environment
Bhopal | Sunday, 2021 9:15:06 PM IST
A women's group in Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal has started a unique initiative to promote environmental protection by planting saplings and growing plants. ... read..


Bihar migrant workers return to cities as 2nd Covid wave subsides
Patna | Saturday, 2021 11:45:06 PM IST
As the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic subsides, migrant workers across different states have started returning to work leaving their native villages. The government has assured about providing employment to the workers who have returned to the ci ... read..


Renowned neurologist Panagariya's memoir to be released posthumously June 28
New Delhi | Saturday, 2021 6:15:06 PM IST
On the day of his demise from post-Covid complications, renowned neurologist Ashok Panagariyas publisher announced that his memoir, "Monk in a Merc", which will serve as a poignant reminder for anyone looking to achieve eternal happiness and mental peace ... read..


Once visited by Saudi King, Mumbai's Juma Masjid pond gets a makeover
Mumbai | Wednesday, 2021 10:15:05 PM IST
As the city continues in spells of the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, the management of the historic Juma Masjid in south Mumbai -- once graced by the late King Saud bin Abdulaziz al Saud of Saudi Arabia -- have embarked upon an unusual mission -- clean-up o ... read..


Special police station in Rajasthan to check water theft!
Jaipur | Monday, 2021 9:15:06 PM IST
This may sound bizarre but is true that a special police station is coming up in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan to prevent water theft. ... read..


Finally, the Evidence behind Super Ingredient for Hair Care
New Delhi | Monday, 2021 9:45:06 PM IST
So many solutions to hair care problems. Everyone has their own take and theory. We have all heard our grandmothers tales on the multiple benefits of coconut oil for hair care, but where is the proof? Lo and behold, here it is. ... read..


Rare sighting of rescued Himalayan Griffon Vulture thrills Maha bird-lovers (Lead)
Mumbai | Thursday, 2021 1:15:06 AM IST
An unexpected sighting of a majestic Himalayan Griffon Vulture in the lush green Sahyadri Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra has thrilled bird-lovers in the state and the country. ... read..


Bradman in making in this Kerala backyard
New Delhi | Tuesday, 2021 10:15:05 PM IST
The Covid-19 pandemic may have put a stop to outdoor batting net sessions for most cricketers, but for nine-year-old Vighnaj Prejith, whose drives with back and across movement are being discussed even in the English media as a sign of India's batting tal ... read..


Strawberry farmers in Kashmir losing out due to lockdown
Srinagar | Sunday, 2021 2:45:05 PM IST
There has been a bumper strawberry crop in Kashmir this year; farmers are busy in their fields harvesting their produce and packing it in small boxes but the growers are incurring losses despite the bumper crop due to the lockdown following the coronaviru ... read..


Vijayan's 'pathshala' for 17 new faces in cabinet
Thiruvananthapuram | Friday, 2021 4:45:05 PM IST
The second term of the Pinarayi Vijayan government began with 17 first time ministers as 20-member Kerala cabinet took oath. ... read..


10-year-old found selling liquor in UP, 'rescued' by police
Lakhimpur Kheri (Uttar Pradesh) | Friday, 2021 3:45:05 PM IST
A 10-year-old boy, who was found selling illicit liquor in Nighasan, has been rescued by the police. ... read..


'Life in a forest evokes empathy for all living beings' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi | Saturday, 2021 6:15:05 PM IST
Award-winning childrens author Vaishali Shroff belongs to a family of wildlife enthusiasts. While her husband and children look for interesting sightings and topographies to photograph, she looks for stories and lessons to be learnt, like for instance, th ... read..


Breathe the mountain air through these Himalayan recipes (IANS Interview)
New Delhi | Monday, 2021 6:15:05 PM IST
Author and gastronomist Veena Sharma has always believed that ones kitchen is ones best pharmacy, providing us with the particular admixtures and combinations that help uplift both our physical and mental constitutions. ... read..


Crossing threshold, Bihar eateries deliver free food to corona patients
Patna | Wednesday, 2021 2:45:05 PM IST
When the second wave of the coronavirus started wreaking havoc, restaurants in Bihar came forward with a gesture of humanity and sensitivity. Many restaurants here started delivering free food to corona-infected patients, irrespective of their religion, c ... read..


'Leopard Diaries' explores remarkable tale of 'lonely, mysterious creature' (Ld)
New Delhi | Tuesday, 2021 5:45:06 PM IST
The leopard is the reigning rock star of the wildlife world. It's a species that is obscure and largely overshadowed by the tiger, especially in India, scientist, conservationist and author Sanjay Gubbi writes in "Leopard Diaries". ... read..


Art works reveal role of women in historic Punnapra-Vayalar revolt
Alappuzha (Kerala) | Saturday, 2021 10:15:05 PM IST
A series of seven works by a participating artist in 'Lokame Tharavadu', a large scale contemporary art exhibition organised by the Kochi Biennale Foundation, revealed the role played by women in the historic Punnapra-Vayalar revolt, a movement predominan ... read..


Ambulance drivers render yeoman service to Covid patients in TN
Chennai | Friday, 2021 7:15:06 PM IST
Ambulance drivers in Tamil Nadu are determined a lot catering to transporting Covid patients from homes to hospitals as well as from private to government facilities and also addressing to the woes of the Covid patients' families. ... read..


Keeping social distance to lessen impacts on wildlife
New York | Thursday, 2021 5:15:06 PM IST
Six feet of social distance may be the new norm between people, but a new Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) report says "if you don't want to disturb wildlife, you need to keep way back". ... read..


Lord Hanuman was born in Tirumala, claims TTD study
Tirumala | Wednesday, 2021 11:45:06 PM IST
The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) has announced that Anjanadri, one of the seven Tirumala hills, was the birth place of Lord Hanuman. As announced earlier, the TTD's proclamation came on Wednesday, on the occasion of Ram Navami. ... read..


It's April end and still snowing in Himachal
Shimla | Wednesday, 2021 5:15:06 PM IST
It's April end and tourist resorts in higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh were still snowing, weather officials said on Wednesday. The state capital Shimla, which saw the night temperature at 7.4 degrees Celsius, recorded 16.2 mm rain. ... read..


Drawing social narratives
New Delhi | Wednesday, 2021 2:15:06 PM IST
"It's important for me as a person to comment on social and political issues. Social media is a powerful tool to project my opinions into the world. It is also a great place to find alternate points of view and to engage with people outside of our echo ch ... read..


Monuments dwarfed by encroachments
Agra | Tuesday, 2021 2:45:05 PM IST
Alhough Agra could not celebrate World Heritage Day on April 18 due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, conservationists and green activists have once again highlighted the failure of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to free the string of monum ... read..


Uralungal, village cooperative turns into world's 2nd largest cooperative
Thiruvananthapuram | Friday, 2021 5:45:06 PM IST
The Uralungal Cooperative Society was formed by the eminent social reformer Saint Vagbhatananda in a remote rural hamlet called Uralungal in Vadakara of Kozhikode district of Kerala in 1925. ... read..


This bureaucrat brings beauty of nature on bottles with art
Jaipur | Wednesday, 2021 7:45:06 PM IST
A senior civil servant in Rajasthan, Mugdha Sinha with an aim to bring out the artist within her, organised a unique two-in-one art exhibition - 'Bottle is Canvas' and 'Freehand Meditative Mandalas' in Jaipur-based Jawahar Kala Kendra. This exhibition has ... read..


Girl aged 12 with 5 kg tumour gets new life after surgery (Ld)
New Delhi | Wednesday, 2021 8:45:06 PM IST
A 12-year-old girl from Delhi got a new lease of life by a team of doctors of City based Sir Ganga Ram Hospital who removed two football-sized tumours weighing 5 kg from her stomach which she was carrying for the past few years. ... read..


Bagh Print from Madhya Pradesh makes it to Vogue Italia
Dhar (MP) | Friday, 2021 9:45:06 PM IST
World famous Bagh print of Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh has appeared in the digital edition of Vogue Italia, giving it a new identity in the world of designing. The pictures of Sita, a tribal woman, wearing a sari in of the Bagh print are in the news i ... read..


Rediscovering Mir Taqi Mir, Urdu's first great poet (IANS Interview)
New Delhi | Friday, 2021 6:15:06 PM IST
Mir Taqi Mir (1723-1810) was not only Urdu's first great poet but also the most prolific one with around 13,500 couplets to his name. He is credited with giving shape and structure to the Urdu language itself, is counted among the five major poets of the ... read..


This Kashmiri digs everyday in search of his soldier son's last remains
Srinagar | Thursday, 2021 9:45:06 PM IST
That all the four kidnappers and killers of his son have been killed by the security forces is little consolation for 56-year-old Manzoor Ahmad Wagay, who is still digging up mother earth just to find the last resting place of his son, Shakir Manzoor. ... read..


This Raj farmer created a new fennel variety through crop engineering
Jaipur | Thursday, 2021 9:45:06 PM IST
Regarded as the 'Saunf King' of Sirohi, Ishaq Ali, a farmer 'scientist' in Rajasthan, has earned many laurels for innovating in the field of fennel farming and has left one and all surprised by producing over 25 tonnes on 15 acres of land, thereby making ... read..


Famous as 'tree man', TN bus conductor wins PM's praise
New Delhi | Sunday, 2021 8:45:06 PM IST
Popular as the 'Tree Man', Marimuthu Yoganathan, a bus conductor in Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore city, on Sunday accumulated admiration by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his extraordinary initiative to encourage people in planting trees. ... read..


This Limca Book of Record holder made saree using 25 natural fibres
Chennai | Sunday, 2021 7:15:06 PM IST
C. Sekar, a third generation weaver from Chennai's Anakaputhur had entered the Limca Book of Records in 2011 after he made a saree using 25 natural fibres including banana, jute, bamboo, pineapple and others and even got the appreciation from Prime minist ... read..


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