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  • Miller & Kishan

    Miller & Kishan

    Keith Miller hated Don Bradman’s ruthlessness, especially when employed to pulverise county sides in England. He would come on when sent in and, however easy the bowling, would uninhibitedly throw his wicket to restore sanity to the game.

    May 22, 2022
  • We are Indian Muslims, have not come from Pak: K’taka Cong MLA

    We are Indian Muslims, have not come from Pak: K’taka Cong MLA

    Speaking to reporters, Khan charged the ruling BJP for communalising the youth's murder case in his constituency.

    April 11, 2022
  • 250 Indian students arrive in Delhi from Romania under ‘Operation Ganga’

    250 Indian students arrive in Delhi from Romania under ‘Operation Ganga’

    This is the third batch of Indian citizens arriving from Ukraine and several more airlifting operations are expected in the next few days.

    February 27, 2022
  • Indian govt contemplating to evacuate students through land routes: K’taka CM Bommai

    Indian govt contemplating to evacuate students through land routes: K’taka CM Bommai

    "The students have been asked by the embassy not to make any movement unless asked. Clear information would be given to students during evacuation and they are in constant touch with the student community," he said.

    February 25, 2022
  • Indian scientists decode factors causing DRR disease in chickpea crop

    Indian scientists decode factors causing DRR disease in chickpea crop

    “Dry root rot (DRR) disease causes reduced vigour, dull green leaf colour, poor new growth, and twig dieback. If extensive root damage occurs, the leaves suddenly wilt and dry on the tree. The increasing global average temperature is leading to appearance of many new plant disease-causing pathogens at a rate hitherto unheard of, one of them being Macrophomina phaseolina, a soil-borne necrotrophic that causes root rot in chickpea,” the government note explained.

    February 24, 2022
  • ‘35% of Indian population suffers from fatty liver’

    ‘35% of Indian population suffers from fatty liver’

    “Human liver is one of the most important organs in our body performing more than 500 vital functions,” said Dr Sakshi Karkra, Head–Pediatric, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Artemis Hospitals.

    February 18, 2022
  • India’s semiconductor moment

    India’s semiconductor moment

    The message is piquantly relevant. India should have had its own semiconductor fab decades ago. In 1987, India was just two years behind the latest chip manufacturing technology. Today, we are 12 generations behind. Our semiconductor dream has been sabotaged by red tape, lack of infrastructure, bureaucratic lethargy, corruption, and a lack of visionary leadership. We have missed the bus several times, for reasons that are unpardonable.

    February 17, 2022
  • New York Fashion Week: Sustainable collection by Indian students gain applause

    New York Fashion Week: Sustainable collection by Indian students gain applause

    With sustainability being the need of the hour and staying considerate towards the environment is crucial, students have consciously sourced, manufactured and designed clothes using ethical fabrics, repurposed materials, ensuring zero wastage.

    February 15, 2022
  • Indian nationals asked to leave Ukraine temporarily

    Indian nationals asked to leave Ukraine temporarily

    The advisory further requested Indian nationals to keep the Embassy about the "status of their presence in Ukraine", in an effort to enable the Mission "to reach them when and where required".

    February 15, 2022
  • World entitled to benefit from Indian music like they have from Yoga, says PM Modi

    World entitled to benefit from Indian music like they have from Yoga, says PM Modi

    The Prime Minister dwelt on recent efforts to regenerate the centres of culture and art like Kashi.

    January 28, 2022
  • ‘Indian youth writing code of global prosperity’: Modi

    ‘Indian youth writing code of global prosperity’: Modi

    Modi said India considers its youth as a demographic dividend as well as a development driver. “The youth of India have the ability for hard work and also have clarity about the future. That is why what India says today, the world considers it to be the voice of tomorrow,” he said.

    January 12, 2022
  • Govt. committed to strengthening bonds with Indian diaspora: Muraleedharan

    Govt. committed to strengthening bonds with Indian diaspora: Muraleedharan

    Muraleedharan said that Indian youth has been making great strides in finding innovative solutions to current problems and was a repository to futuristic thinking.

    January 9, 2022
  • Lido Learning: Emerging as a leading Indian ed-tech company

    Lido Learning: Emerging as a leading Indian ed-tech company

    All these packs offer the same features, but at different per class rates.

    January 1, 2022
  • Indian scientists lead research in development of low-cost semiconductor materials

    Indian scientists lead research in development of low-cost semiconductor materials

    The group of Indian scientists led by Pabitra K Nayak, reader at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research-Hyderabad and Swarnajayanti fellow for the year 2020-21, is leading a research for the "development of efficient next-generation low-cost semiconductor materials which can contribute to India’s technological leadership in this area," a Ministry of Science and Technology note here on Friday said.

    December 31, 2021
  • Defining challenges await Indian football in New Year

    Defining challenges await Indian football in New Year

    An important 2022 with new challenges is awaiting Indian football as the country looks set to host the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in October. Before that, they will fight for a place in the AFC Women's Asian Cup in January while the Chhetri-led men's team will play the qualifiers for the AFC Asian Cup.

    December 29, 2021
  • Indian para-powerlifter Paramjeet Kumar bags medal at Worlds

    Indian para-powerlifter Paramjeet Kumar bags medal at Worlds

    Paramjeet, competing in the 49kg category, lifted 158 kg to grab the Bronze medal while Omar Shami Qarada of Egypt won the gold medal after lifting 174kg

    November 28, 2021
  • Over 18L Indian students to go for foreign education by 2024: Report

    Over 18L Indian students to go for foreign education by 2024: Report

    Studying abroad is set to grow in the coming years as international borders reopen with the Covid situation easing,  and according to the new forecast, over 18 lakh Indian students are set to opt for foreign colleges and universities by 2024.

    November 22, 2021