Marathon course for Paris Olympics announced; lots of uphill 

The marathon course at the 2024 Paris Olympics will pay homage to women who protested during the French Revolution by retracing a route they took in 1789.

published on : 6th October 2022

Swede Paabo who sequenced Neanderthal DNA wins Nobel Medicine Prize

The director of the department of genetics at Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology reported that Covid-19 patients with a snippet of Neanderthal DNA run a higher risk of complications.

published on : 3rd October 2022

19 killed, including 4 elite Guard members, in Iran attack 

The protesters have vented their anger over the treatment of women and wider repression in the Islamic Republic.

published on : 1st October 2022

Amid protests, Iran's Guard strikes Kurdish groups in Iraq

On Saturday, the Guard said it targeted bases and training camps of Kurdish separatist groups in northern Iraq, claiming it inflicted serious damage.

published on : 26th September 2022

Exhibition to celebrate 75 years of Indian art organised in Singapore 

The exhibition was a pictorial journey for art lovers to explore Indian art through the years, and was supported by galleries and artists across India.

published on : 20th September 2022

Bengaluru researchers propose new evolution theory

The researchers studied fly species in Bengaluru, where they tried to find if changes in their brains could encourage them to further evolve.

published on : 19th September 2022

Electric atmosphere

The world is moving towards Electric Vehicles, slowly but steadily.

published on : 15th September 2022

Time to celebrate success of our scientists

At a time when India is on the verge of leading the fourth industrial revolution, the role of India’s science and people associated with this field is very important.

published on : 12th September 2022

Salman Rushdie's attacker says he acted alone

Matar said he was less familiar with Rushdie's written work but had watched his videos on YouTube. "I saw a lot of lectures," he said. "I don't like people who are disingenuous like that."

published on : 19th August 2022

Contributions of women revolutionaries are everlasting, present generation should draw inspiration: NTR DC

NTR district collector S Dilli participated in a rally organised by Vasavya Mahila Mandali as part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav on Sunday.

published on : 15th August 2022

Centre releases Rs 1.16 lakh crore as tax devolution to states: Finance Ministry

"This is in line with the commitment of the Government of India to strengthen the hands of States to accelerate their capital and developmental expenditure," the ministry said.

published on : 10th August 2022

Acid rain in Hyderabad as K Chandrasekhar Rao takes on PM Narendra Modi

The TRS, rightly interpreting the BJP’s choice of Hyderabad for its national executive as a politically loaded one, decided to go big with its own counter-show.

published on : 3rd July 2022

Did we come from apes and fish? Or AI?

Religion and science have been battling it out for centuries over the authorship of man. Hindus believe that Brahma created man and woman by divvying himself into two.

published on : 26th June 2022

Aroma of the purple revolution

Lavender farming, was introduced in Jammu and Kashmir in 2007 as an experiment to help farmers turn to more profitable crops, is yielding revolutionary results now, reports Fayaz Wani.

published on : 19th June 2022

Amid Shiv Sena vs BJP, PM, Uddhav seen together on stage after months

On April 24, chief minister Thackeray, who heads the Shiv Sena, had noticeably skipped the function when Modi received the Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar award in the city.

published on : 14th June 2022

PM Narendra Modi to unveil India's first underground museum at Maharashtra Raj Bhavan

The gallery includes information on the freedom heroes, their role in the Independence movement, sculptures, rare photographs and murals.

published on : 13th June 2022

Planting seeds for a cleaner and greener future

Working for over 50 years, this 83-year-old environmentalist wishes that governments did more to preserve nature and save Mother Earth, writes Harpreet Bajwa.

published on : 5th June 2022

Iran Guards accuse 'Zionists' of assassinating Colonel Sayyad Khodai

Khodai, 50, was fatally shot on May 22 outside his home in the east of the Iranian capital by assailants on motorcycles. He was hit with five bullets, according to official media.

published on : 30th May 2022

Is our nation ready for Industry 4.0?

In spite of low automation and a young workforce, absolute job losses will be the second highest in the world due to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

published on : 16th May 2022

Rich tributes paid to Alluri, Deputy CM unveils statue

Alluri, who had led an armed rebellion against the British, was shot dead on May 7, 1928.

published on : 8th May 2022
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