Raman Research Institute breakthrough to make online transactions safe
According to experts, quantum communication protects data by using the laws of quantum physics, which allow quantum particles like photons to transmit data.
Need reservation in private sector too: A Narayanswamy
The proposal to increase the SC/ST quota by the state government has reached the Centre.
Kerala govt backtracks from implementing access control system at Secretariat
This comes after all service organisations strongly objected to General Administration Department’s additional chief secretary K R Jyothilal’s directive.
Delhi Assembly committee suggests extending free education to EWS students
The Committee on Welfare of SC/STs urged the government’s Education department to consider its recommendation and take necessary steps to extend the benefits.
PM Modi to flag off Vande Bharat from Secunderabad to Tirupati on April 8
The semi high-speed train reduces the travel time by three hours and 30 minutes compared to regular trains, making the journey seamless for those visiting the pilgrim city of Tirupati from Hyderabad.
Tamil Nadu: Long exposure to UV rays takes toll on salt pan workers eye health
Based on the findings, Sankara Nethralaya doctors prescribed new spectacles for 364 workers, cataract surgery for 116, and further examination for 162 workers.
Russia becomes UN Security Council president; 'worst joke ever for April Fool's Day', says Ukraine
Despite Ukraine's complaints, the United States said it could not block Russia - a permanent council member - from assuming the presidency, according to BBC.
UN food chief: Billions needed to avert Global unrest, starvation
David Beasley praised increased funding from the United States and Germany last year, and urged China, Gulf nations, billionaires and other countries "to step up big time."
BSF firing pushes back suspected Pak drone spotted along international border in Jammu
A massive search operation is underway to ensure no weapons or narcotics were airdropped by the drone, a BSF spokesperson said.
Entire department comes together to send off staffer at Secretariat in Thiruvananthapuram
George had also served as the agriculture director and the director of the State Horticulture Mission.
Police report hints at sub-surface fire behind Brahmapuram fiasco
Report also blames dumping of solid waste in the dumpyard for frequent fires
Authorities sat on many proposals to prevent fire at Brahmapuram dumpyard
The matter was resolved only after the intervention of the Kerala High Court following the fire.
CM Pinarayi Vijayan to inaugurate govt’s second-anniversary fete on April 1
There will be cultural programmes in the evening.
Telangana Chief Secretary reviews work on food processing zones
With the increasing paddy production in the State, there is a need to promote setting up rice mills in these food processing zones, Santhi Kumari said.
In fresh unrest in Howrah, policemen pelted with stones; Section 144 CrPC imposed
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee alleged that the BJP along with other right-wing organisations was responsible for Thursday's violence in Howrah.
Kerala IAS, IPS officers barred from accepting private awards without permission
The order says that from now on, all such officials will have to apply through the General Administration Department for the sanction.
Slew of Indian space projects, with some moneymakers
A slew of space missions have been lined up for this year, which are expected to enhance the country share in the global space economy as well.
High Court of Karnataka seeks state’s response to denial of permission to prosecute engineer
The petitioner, Nagegowda from Mandya district, moved the court urging it to quash an order dated March 1, 2022, passed by the state declining to grant permission to prosecute Srinivas.
Madras High Court to hear OPS appeal against AIADMK general secretary poll order on March 30
The judge said they have no prima facie case and balance of convenience in favour of them in granting the stay on the general secretary elections.
Alstom delivers 300 electric locos to Indian Railways; freight trains to run faster
Designated by Indian Railways as WAG-12B, these locos are capable of hauling 6,000 tonne rakes at a top speed of 120 kilometre per hour.
Rahul Gandhi to file appeal in Gujarat court on April 3 against conviction in defamation case
Gujarat court acquits all 26 accused in 2002 gangrape and multiple murders case
At least 26 dead after tornadoes rake US Midwest, South
Bihar communal violence: Amit Shah speaks to Governor, agrees to send additional central forces
India records 3,824 Covid cases, biggest single-day rise in six months
Debonair Durani dies at 88, Indian cricketers mourn over loss