J&K logs 9 deaths, 589 new cases

Srinagar, Oct. 21 -- Jammu and Kashmir recorded nine deaths and 589 fresh coronavirus infections on Tuesday, taking the total number of positive cases in the UT to 88,958. They said that 348 people t... Read More

opinion poll predicts nda majority

New Delhi, Oct. 21 -- Ahead of the first phase Bihar assembly elections, the Lokniti-CSDS survey, in association with India Today, has predicted a win for the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA)... Read More

NIA files chargesheet in Hizb narco-terror case

Mohali, Oct. 21 -- The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday filed a chargesheet against 10 accused in the Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) narco-terror module case in the special NIA Court in Mohali. ... Read More

Rs.10L withdrawn from ex-teacher's account, SGPC probe underway

JALANDHAR, Oct. 21 -- The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) is probing into withdrawal of Rs.10 lakh from the account of a former woman assistant professor of Guru Nanak College, Daroli K... Read More

Soon, mid-day meals likely in kindergarten

New Delhi, Oct. 21 -- The Union education ministry has started working on a plan to expand its mid-day meals (MDM) scheme to children in kindergarten , and to also offer breakfast, and has written to ... Read More

Rain, delayed harvest push up onion prices

New Delhi, Oct. 21 -- The price of onions has increased sharply in several cities this week, despite the government's ban on exports imposed last month, as a rain-induced delay in the ongoing summer h... Read More

Alarm over AI bot that turns photos into nudes

New Delhi, Oct. 21 -- Unidentified cyber criminals have rolled out a service that allows anyone to create fake nude images of women from a regular photograph, a cyber research agency tracking deepfake... Read More

Centre peace talks: Naga groups target NSCN (IM)

KOHIMA, Oct. 21 -- Against the backdrop of Nagaland government and civil society urging negotiating groups in the Naga peace talks to come together towards achieving 'One Solution for One People', the... Read More

Safeguard rights of NGOs: UN human rights chief to Indian govt

New Delhi, Oct. 21 -- UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet on Tuesday expressed regret at the tightening of space for human rights NGOs in India, including by the application of vaguely worded laws... Read More

TWo medicines for Covid-19 enter Phase III Clinical trials

New Delhi, Oct. 21 -- At least two existing medicines that were repurposed for the treatment of Covid-19 have entered Phase III clinical trials in India as the world waits for a vaccine to protect peo... Read More