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BJP pins hopes on ‘possible failure’ of Congress’ 100-day six guaranteed schemes

NEW DELHI Following a commendable performance in the Telangana legislative election compared to 2018, the BJP is now seeking prospects amidst the Congress’s faltering 100-day...

BIS Standardisation at nearly 80 prime institutions

NEW DELHI Nearly 80 prime institutions including all IITs and NITs except IIT Delhi have signed an MOU with BIS for “BIS Standardization Chair Professor”...

Dual degree programmes approved by DU Academic Council

Students at DU can now study two academic programmes concurrently with a syllabus with 70% or more similarities NEW DELHI Delhi University at its 1016th Academic...

Mysterious white lung syndrome: Cases reported worldwide 

NEW DELHI Since the mysterious pneumonia outbreak in China, a novel bacterial pneumonia strain, termed “White Lung Syndrome,” has gripped many countries around the world,...

KCR son KTR may shed some votes in Sircilla

‘BRS has failed to provide adequate number of government jobs and this has created a negative sentiment among voters.’ NEW DELHI BRS leader K.T. Rama Rao,...

KCR nephew Harish Rao set to sail through

Harish Rao doesn’t have a contest in hand as no strong candidates have been put up against him. NEW DELHI Telangana’s ruling party finance minister and...

BJP’s ‘Yuva Chaupals’ connecting party to youths in Delhi villages

NEW DELHI The residents of the capital’s rural and urban villages feel largely ignored by political parties. In light of this, the Delhi BJP Yuva...

‘District action plan’ to address climate change impact on health

NEW DELHI The government is moving towards a “district action plan” to respond to issues of climate change impacts on human health, a plan in...

BJP-Congress contest on cardsin Bharatpur

NEW DELHI The Bharatpur Assembly constituency is an important seat to watch for in Rajasthan. It has swung between different candidates in the last two...

Stubble burning: Efficacy, access to bio-decomposers in question

Effectiveness and reach of bio-decomposers have always been questioned by some stakeholders. NEW DELHI Uncontrolled stubble burning in Punjab and other neighbouring states has poisoned the...

Smog towers ineffective, pollution control body tells green tribunal

NEW DELHI The Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has told the National Green Tribunal (NGT) that smog towers are not a “practical solution” to curb...

‘COP28 will be more decisive on climate change issues’

NEW DELHI The United Nations Conference of Parties (COP), an annual climate conference, is set to begin at the end of November in Dubai, UAE,...

‘odd-even rule not suitable for delhi’

‘Without proper planning, the odd-even scheme can’t be successful in the national capital’. NEW DELHI Before Diwali celebrations even began, Delhi’s AQI index hit the “severe”...

OPDs FLOODED WITH POLLUTION-HIT PATIENTS

Hospitals are facing a spike in 30-50% patients with breathing issues. NEW DELHI With the arrival of winter, the national capital has also witnessed deteriorating air...

Connaught Place anti-smog tower is back after Supreme Court censure

NEW DELHI After the Supreme Court’s order, a non-functional anti-smog tower in Connaught Place here has been restarted after seven months of being locked up,...

UP cricket body finds itself in controversy again 

NEW DELHI The Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) has hit the headlines again for the wrong reasons after an audio clip demanding a bribe for...

JGU and Pace University sign DEAL for study abroad program

NEW DELHI A distinguished delegation from Pace University, New York, USA visited O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) on Thursday. Led by their esteemed President, Professor...

President Murmu inaugurates exhibition on Project Tiger

NEW DELHI President Droupadi Murmu inaugurated an art exhibition titled, “Silent Conversation: From Margins to the Centre” in New Delhi on Friday. The National Tiger...

BJP’s Yuva Morcha launches internship program for youths

The initiative aims to provide students with practical exposure in different fields. The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) has launched an internship program where they...

Delhi air quality drops to ‘poor’ after Vijaya dasami

‘Some of the major reasons are a rise in farm fires, burning of effigies, and unfavourable weather conditions’.  The AQI of Delhi dropped from “moderate” to...

2018 trends suggest close fight in Rajasthan polls

NEW DELHI In the 2018 elections in Rajasthan, the victory margin of winning candidates was less than 5,000 votes in approximately 20% of the Assembly...

Maximum number of bone densitometry tests in four hours

NEW DELHI A world record was created by performing a maximum number of bone densitometry tests in four hours at Aakash Healthcare Super Specialty Hospital.In...

War is not solution to Israel-Palestine conflict, say students

NEW DELHI Even as a war rages following Hamas’ attack on Israel,some national and international students have said that war is not the solution and...

‘Poor’ Delhi air quality increases residents’ health risks

NEW DELHI The air quality in the national capital from Friday to Saturday morning went from 242 to 276 both assessed as “poor”, according to...

IIT Delhi developing affordable pollution control filters

NEW DELHI IIT Delhi is developing an affordable technology for cleaning the air to control pollution. The filters are being produced of Nanofiber, Porous Nanomaterials,...

‘Dogs outnumber endangered vultures in consuming carcasses’

NEW DELHI The declining population of endangered vultures has proven to be a catalyst for the growing stray dog population at landfills and dump sites...

‘1.5 lakh die annually for want of awareness of need for organ transplant’

‘Organ failure does not mean that it only happens in cities, but in villages as well’. NEW DELHI Around 1.5 lakh Indians die every year because...

IIT-Delhi developing bio-medical imaging

NEW DELHI IIT Delhi, in collaboration with clinical partners, is coming up with medical imaging solutions where machine learning will be used in healthcare for...

Delhi govt’s winter action plan expected to check stubble-burning menace

NEW DELHI Delhi is infamous for being one of the most polluted cities in the world. The winter season, which begins in October, is said...

‘High stress levels, crash diets among reasons for youth heart attacks’

‘Poor lifestyle habits like late-night sleep, binge watching, and genetic predisposition are other reasons for attacks’. NEW DELHI As India has seen a number of young...

Phantom Lovers: Two love stories where history plays a character

After the hit launch of “Rogues among the Ruins,” the renowned writer Achala Moulik came up with her new creation, Phantom Lovers, which comprises...

Students worry about their education in Canada

Universities are worried as due to diplomatic tiff, there could be a delay in granting of visas. NEW DELHI Indian students studying in Canada and their...

Moon done, India sets off for the Sun

NEW DELHI Following the remarkable achievement of Chandrayaan-3’s recent landing on the Moon’s south pole recently, ISRO’s inaugural solar mission, Aditya L1, was launched from...

NMC pauses order for doctors to prescribe generic medicines only

National Medical Commission had recently asked doctors to prescribe generic drugs instead of branded drugs or face penalties. New Delhi The National Medical Commission (NMC)...

‘Microplastics in rainwater can lead to different types of cancer’

New Delhi In an alarming finding, the Indian Institute of Technology, Patna (IIT Patna), has discovered the presence of microplastics in municipal rainwater samples, raising...

‘In a new India, madrasas need to be modernised’

New Delhi Speaking on “Educating a Modern India” at the Festival of Ideas hosted by NewsX, The Sunday Guardian, and India News, former deputy chief...

Gangs of Wasseypur’ changed my career completely: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

On the first day of the Festival of Ideas, one of the most prominent stars of Bollywood, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, gave an exclusive interview where...

Cinema can be an agent to combat patriarchy: Tahira Kashyap Khurrana

Having won the battle with breast cancer, today she pushes for greater female involvement in filmmaking. New Delhi In a conversation with Tahira Kashyap Khurrana at...

Chandrayaan-3: An Indian mission to explore the moon’s unmapped South Pole

New Delhi Chandrayaan-3's lander module slid closer to the moon on Friday as it performed the first of its two planned orbit-reduction procedures. The lander...

‘Many factors behind rising cancer cases’

‘Irregular sleep hours, changing lifestyles and irregular working hours are some of the main factors’. NEW DELHI Every month, a 46-year-old woman (who doesn’t want to...

18 Govindpuri families facing water scarcity for five months

New Delhi Lajja, 54, has been living in Govindpuri since 2021, but since March, they have not had proper water supply. Every morning, she wakes...

‘Fifth Industrial Revolution is about the planet, sustainability, emerging tech’

‘Driven by emerging technologies, demand for social inclusion, and urgency of sustainable practices, a multi-trillion-dollar transition is underway’. New Delhi Author Pranjal Sharma’s book, “The Next...

South Delhi’s Govindpuri turns into a garbage dump

Politicians turn a blind eye as area’s residents keep suffering. New Delhi Govindpuri, a heavily inhabited residential area in south Delhi, has literally turned into a...

Union Minister Shekhawat discusses Jal Shakti, Rajasthan at Capital Dialogue

Regarding the Opposition alliance called I.N.D.I.A., the minister said that these were aimless people. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, the Union Minister for Jal Shakti on Wednesday...

AIIMS Trauma Centre successfully pulls off difficult surgery

The renowned JPNATC Trauma Centre of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, achieved a ground-breaking milestone by performing a successful...

Irregular diagnosis leads to pregnancy complications in flooded areas’

‘Some painkillers taken by women exposed to vector-borne diseases in floods, can lead to birth defects and miscarriage’. New Delhi Aasha, 23, is seven months pregnant...

Amid floods, need to be aware of health hazards, says expert

Water-borne diseases are a major threat, says Dr Yudhyavir Singh, Assistant Professor at AIIMS, New Delhi. New Delhi It is a difficult time for the...

‘Colchicine is useful for patients with heart disease’

New Delhi The US FDA has confirmed that colchicine is useful for patients with heart disease. In randomized, placebo-controlled trials, colchicine was found to...

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