Paws and popcorn: Thai cinema goes pet-friendly
The country's pet industry is considered the second-biggest in Asia, behind China's, with some 8.3 million dogs and 3.7 million cats in 2021, according to industry data.
HC seeks Jamia’s stand on plea against religion-based reservation
The petition has sought directions to quash a resolution dated June 23, 2014 adopted by the Executive Council of JMI to this effect for having been passed without due process of law.
Telangana cops to train dhaba owners, mechanics to save accident victims
To reduce fatalities caused by mishaps, many will receive training on first aid in ‘Golden Hour’
Children lost for 40 days in Colombian Amazon found alive
A massive search by 160 soldiers and 70 Indigenous people with intimate knowledge of the jungle had been underway ever since for the youngsters, garnering global attention.
1,16,022 turn up for ‘Laksha Janaharati’ to Kaleshwaram water in Telangana
The people of the villages situated along the canal gathered with their families and performed bathukammas, bonalu, and beat drums as part of observing Laksha Janaharati.
House panel summons ousted Delhi Services Secretary in land fraud case
Delhi Assembly Petitions Committee summoned Chief Secretary, Divisional Commissioner and former Secretary Ashish More to appear on Wednesday in connection with land transfer fraud allegations.
Oil prices sink after Saudi-driven rally
"Oil prices are under pressure... as the glow from Saudi's supply cut fades and the reality of the sluggish demand backdrop sets in," an expert noted.
Bengaluru rolls out green carpet, strums eco chord
BBMP Forest Cell plants 1,000 saplings, 226 NCC cadets collect 120kg of plastic waste from around Lalbagh Lake
Yerram Anuradha Reddy murder case: Cops book accused Mohan
Malakpet police had already collected all the evidence related to the crime, and Chaitanyapuri police confirmed the killing, including technical evidence.
Gajwel-Siddipet railway line to be ready in 60 days, says TS Finance Minister Harish
During the visit, he urged the railway authorities to expedite the work on the track and emphasised that a trial run should be conducted fromOn Thursday, Harish inspected of the ongoing works of the r
RPF constable saves passenger from falling at Begumpet railway station
The South Central Railway (SCR) has reported incidents where passengers attempting to board or alight from moving trains slip and fall, risking their lives by coming close to the train wheels.
900 craftsmen behind carpets for new Parliament building
The intricacies of the workmanship are so grand that as many as 120 knots per square inch were woven to create the carpets — amounting to over 600 million knots approximately in total.
Punjab fuel pumps flooded with Rs 2000 notes, set terms
Due to the sudden inflow of legal tender, digital payments have fallen to around 10% from 40% of the daily sales, according to Punjab Petroleum Dealers Association.
103-year-young Ranipet farmer suffering from gangrene bounces back to life after surgery at GVMCH
While a few turned him down due to his age, the others demanded an exorbitant fee to perform the surgery. Finally, he was taken to GVMVCH.
Youth strangles 27-year-old girl to death in AP for rejecting marriage proposal
As per the call data, it was established that Sravani and Gopal had relationship and the latter reportedly murdered Sravani for refusing his marriage proposal.
"Historical Verdict": Tamil Nadu Law Minister on SC 'Jallikattu' order
Supreme Court, however, said that the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Tamil Nadu Amendment) Act, 2017, substantially minimises pain and suffering to animals.
Exotic birds rescued from circus firm rehabilitated
Four exotic wild birds were rescued from the Great Bombay Circus following the intervention of PETA India and the Thrissur police.
Colombia's Petro proposes regional ceasefire to ELN guerillas
"I propose that we work seriously on a ceasefire, that they stop killing each other and that we stop killing each other," Petro said during a meeting with farmers' organizations.
CMC, CIPET to join hands for skilling slum youth
The training will empower them with various skills for gainful employment and even self-employment.
ITI student of CIPET dies by suicide in hostel
The deceased’s family members meanwhile alleged that he was beaten up by one of his teachers after which he ended his life.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test