- Now China encroaches upon Nepal territory(12:43)
By Anil Giri
Kathmandu, Sep 23 (IANS) After India, China is now embroiled in a fresh boundary dispute with Nepal in its remote Humla district that is close to the Nepal-Tibet border.
- Listen to centre of Milky Way, 'Pillars of Creation'(11:09)
Washington, Sep 23 (IANS) People can now 'listen' to the centre of the Milky Way as observed in X-ray, optical and infrared light, thanks to a new project which used sonification to turn astronomical images from Chandra and other telescopes into sound.
- Long gap, 14-day quarantine doesn't help: Dhoni on staying at No.7(00:30)
Sharjah, Sep 23 (IANS) Mahendra Singh Dhoni said on Tuesday that he decided to stay at number seven, as Chennai Super Kings fell short by 16 runs while chasing Rajsthan Royal's total of 216 runs, due to the long gap the 39-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman had before the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), and also to give Sam Curran more chance higher up the order.
- FB chat & dhoka: Extortion racket bust in UP(09:25)
Hapur (Uttar Pradesh), Sep 21 (IANS) An extortion racket run in Uttar Pradesh that threatened people would be framed in false rape cases if they did not cough up money, has been unearthed in Hapur district.
- LS creates fresh record, burns midnight oil for Public Importance matters(01:06)
By Rajnish Singh
New Delhi, Sep 21 (IANS) The Lok Sabha inked another record in the history of Parliament by hearing 'Matters of Urgent Public Importance' during midnight proceedings of the ongoing Monsoon Session when most of the Indians were sleeping. The lower House which began its proceedings at 3 p.m. on Sunday concluded its session at 12.34 a.m. on Monday, spending more than two hours to hear the 'Matters of Urgent Public Importance' raised by the parliamentarians.
- R&AW spies suspected CIA role in Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's murder(13:39)
New Delhi, Sep 20 (IANS) A lot has been written about the Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing role in liberating Bangladesh. But, little is known about the challenges R&AW spies had to face following Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's murder in August 1975.
- Pak kills Sikhs, but funds, fuels Khalistani terror elsewhere: Canadian expert(12:21)
New Delhi, Sep 20 (IANS) Pakistan has been eliminating its Sikh population for decades through killings, rapes, abductions and forced marriages of young women, yet it is funding and fuelling Khalistani terrorism and separatist movement globally to achieve it sinister plans to break up India, a Canadian expert has said.
- Arrested Al Qaeda men planned to travel to Kashmir to deliver weapons (3rd Ld)(16:49)
By Anand Singh
New Delhi, Sep 19 (IANS) Al Qaeda terrorists, who were nabbed early Saturday by NIA teams from Kerala and West Bengal, had plans to travel to Jammu and Kashmir for weapons delivery along with home-made explosives for their other associates even as they continued to take orders from their Pakistan-based handlers, NIA officials said on Saturday.
- Rising stress in US linked to pandemic-related losses, news(15:01)
New York, Sep 19 (IANS) Rising acute stress and depressive symptoms across the US are linked to experiencing multiple stressors triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, such as unemployment and extensive exposure to pandemic-related news, says a new study.
- Pak starts anti-India campaign over Kashmir ahead of UNGA debate(16:54)
By Sumit Kumar Singh
New Delhi, Sep 18 (IANS) To garner international community's attention over the Jammu and Kashmir issue ahead of the 75th session general debate in the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Pakistan has planned an online anti-India and free Kashmir propaganda campaign on social media platforms from Saturday, an intelligence source said.
- Blatant lie: PM Modi tears into opposition on Farm Bills(14:19)
New Delhi, Sep 18 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked Opposition parties on Friday, saying they are "lying" to farmers. He also claimed that the NDA Government is doing what "they" themselves promised in their manifestos, referring to the Congress.
- Apple says happy Diwali with 1st India online store on Sep 23 (Ld)(09:35)
By Nishant Arora
New Delhi, Sep 18 (IANS) Ending months of speculation, Apple is launching its first exclusive branded online store in India on September 23 just ahead of the festive season, offering a full range of products, support and premium experience to consumers and the large aspirational fan base across the country.
- Covid vax to be available by 'start of next year': Harsh Vardhan(13:00)
New Delhi, Sep 17 (IANS) Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday said that the coronavirus vaccine will be made available in the country by the start of next year. The remarks come at a time when India is recording more than 50 lakh cases and people are awaiting the vaccine with bated breath.
- Trump makes headway among Indian-Americans, but Biden has huge lead(10:43)
New Sep 17 (IANS) An overwhelming majority of Indian-Americans will be voting for the Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden, whose running mate is Kamala Harris, according to a voter survey, but President Donald Trump has also made a double-digit increase in support among the community.
- Unheard of for years, 'Tiger of Terror' finally on Intel radar (IANS Special)(09:18)
By Deepak Sharma
New Delhi, Sep 16 (IANS) A Kenyan food import company, Magnum Africa, operating from Nairobi has rekindled hopes at the headquarters of India's external Intelligence agency -- RAW -- of locating one of the most sought after fugitives, Tiger Memon, the mastermind of 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, which killed 257 people in one of the worst ever terror attacks in the subcontinent.
- Skyrocketing veggie, fruit prices may not come down soon(19:38)
New Delhi, Sep 15 (IANS) Though India's Consumer Price Index-based retail inflation moderated slightly in August, there seems to be no respite from the spiralling prices of vegetables and fruits in the country, and there is very little hope of a quick relief.
- NSA Doval storms out of SCO meeting over Pak's fictitious map(19:22)
New Delhi, Sep 15 (IANS) National Security Advisor of the government, Ajit Doval on Tuesday walked out in protest from Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) virtual meeting where Islamabad projected a fictitious map showing Indian territories as part of Pakistan.