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Heat or polls, Thrissur Pooram still a major draw
The Thrissur Pooram, a grand festival celebrated in Kerala, continues to captivate thousands despite the scorching heat and concurrent political fervor. It symbolizes the convergence of deities from 1...
SC assails poll-time prohibitory orders
The Supreme Court questioned the basis of Executive Magistrates issuing blanket orders prohibiting yatras to uphold democratic and electoral values, dharnas and public meetings during the entire durat...
Forests a national asset and major contributor to financial wealth: SC
The Supreme Court has asserted in a judgment that forests in India are a national asset and a major contributor to the nation’s financial wealth. Forests are not just a collection of trees; they...
'Conditions not ripe for easing restrictive monetary stance'
The recent meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) highlighted the need to maintain a restrictive monetary stance due to persistent risks to price stability, as outlined by RBI Deputy Governor ...
Railways: On track for major overhaul but with speed limits
The Indian Railways, as the country's largest national transport network, has long been a focal point for policymakers aiming to enhance its efficiency and modernize its infrastructure. Successive gov...
EV charging: Alliance formed to promote payment and charging interoperability
As electric vehicles (EVs) gain traction globally, the need for a robust charging infrastructure becomes increasingly evident. To address the challenges of payment and charging interoperability, twent...
Mobility, carbon tax cloud talks on India-UK trade deal
Negotiations between India and the UK for a free trade agreement (FTA) are facing hurdles, particularly concerning issues like carbon tax, mobility rights, and duty-free access for goods. Despite bein...
Vasuki Indicus
Researchers have reported the discovery of fossils of one of the largest snakes that ever existed and likely lived 47 million years ago during Middle Eocene period. The fossils were found in Kutch, Gu...
Govind Guru

 Govind Guru was the leader of “one of the most efficient movements against British rule in India”. 


India delivers first batch of BrahMos supersonic missiles to Philippines

The Consumer Affairs Ministry asked the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to initiate “appropriate action” against the Nestle group for allegedly selling baby products w...
For the frst time, members of the Shompen, one of the Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) took part in the election process by casting their votes in the Andaman and Nicobar Lok Sabha consti...
Mount Ruang volcano

Indonesia's Mount Ruang volcano erupted five times in a row, prompting the closure of a nearby airport and a tsunami alert.

Greater Adjutant(Leptoptilos dubius)

Greater adjutant is facing threats due to garbage mountains of Guwahati and habitat destruction.

Unique CA Number

A unique numbering system for chartered accountants rolled out five years ago is beginning to offer new insights into their services in high demand, and economic activity at the state level.

S.No. Term About 1. Ranching Ranching is the practice of raising herds of animals on large tracts of land. Ranchers commonly raise grazing animals such as cattle a...
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