In a first, Rajnath Singh does a sortie in Tejas fighter aircraft

Bengaluru: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday flew in the Tejas fighter aircraft from the HAL airport in Bengaluru, becoming the first defence minister to fly in the indigenously-built light combat aircraft.

Schools shut as IMD forecasts ‘extremely heavy rainfall’ in Mumbai

Mumbai: All schools and junior colleges in Mumbai are shut after met department on Wednesday forecast "extremely heavy rainfall" over the next 48 hours in Mumbai and adjoining Raigad district.

India needs strengthening of healthcare delivery to tackle quackery

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Tabrez lynching case: Murder charge brought back against all accused

Ranchi: The Jharkhand police, on ...

Vlogging: Making a living and living their dreams

Social media platforms have helped many become 'stars' in quick time. Content creators like Amit Bhadana and Bhuvan Bam (BB Ki vines) have given stiff competition to many Bollywood actors in terms of popularity. Beyond YouTube, more and more youngsters are cashing in on platforms like Facebook, TikTok, etc. Beside ad revenues, vloggers also tie up with brands and promote their products and services, either as an input within the video or outside the platform, to earn more revenue as they scale up. Click here to know more about the Vlogging.
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Tourist boat capsizes in Godavari, more than 30 feared drowned

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Kartarpur corridor project: Explained

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State of the Nation

Dalit BJP MP denied entry to OBC settlement in own constituency

Bengaluru/Chennai: A Dalit Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament, A Narayanaswamy, from Karnataka’s Chitradurga was allegedly prevented from entering a Gollarahatti – a settlement of Gollas (Yadavs) – at a village in Tumakauru district.

Jio adds 85.39 lakh users in July; Airtel, Idea lose 60 lakh users com...

New Delhi: Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio added 85.39 lakh mobile users in July, while arch rivals Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea lost a cumulative 60 lakh users during the month, according to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) data. The over...

India may have to look for alternatives as Saudi crude supply hit

Chennai: The rise in crude prices would translate into higher domestic retail prices, which in turn is likely to depress the demand for consumption, especially those units that use oil as the primary input — say automobiles.

Six crore EPFO members to get 8.65% interest for 2018-19, says Gangwar...

New Delhi: Labour minister Santosh Gangwar on Tuesday (September 17) said over 6 crore EPFO accounts will be credited with interest amount at 8.65% for 2018-19 ahead of the festival season. The Central Board of Trustees – the apex decision-making body o...

Crude shock at Dalal Street, Sensex tumbles 642 points, Nifty slumps

Chennai: Equity markets came under heavy selling pressure on Tuesday on fears that a spike in crude prices following attacks on Saudi oil facilities could hurt the economy further. Sensex fell 642 points at its day’s low of 36,500 while Nifty slumped below 10,817.

Unsold radio waves resulted in ₹5.4 lakh crore losses, claims BIF

New Delhi: Radio waves unsold in past auctions cost India an estimated ₹5.4 lakh crores in economic losses, claimed industry body Broadband India Forum, urging the government to ensure adequacy and "reasonable" rates for upcoming 5G auction. BIF said th...

Crude prices witness record surge after drone attack on Saudi oilfield...

Chennai: Crude prices witnessed its biggest intraday jump to over $71 per barrel on Monday (September 16) after a drone attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on Saudi Arabia’s largest oil processing plant sparked a major fire on Saturday.

Oil prices soar more than 10 per cent after Saudi plant attacks

Hong Kong: Oil prices surged more than 10% on Monday after attacks on two Saudi Arabian plants that slashed output in the world's top producer by half, with Donald Trump blaming Iran and raising the possibility of a military strike on the country. West ...

Govt plans Dubai-like shopping festival in India to boost exports

A mega shopping festival like Dubai shopping festival will be held across the country in four destinations, by March 2020 to boost exports. "It is greater push for people to make contacts and connections," Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said.
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Crunched for finance, auto component industry suffers

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Tourist boat capsizes in Godavari, more than 30 feared drown...

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Kartarpur corridor project: Explained

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Hit by auto slowdown, jobless truckers lose hope

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Soft landing wouldn’t have taken place: scientist TV V...

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Final moments of mission Chandrayaan-2

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Phogat wins bronze at World Wrestling Championship, Dhanda ousted

Chennai: India's Vinesh Phogat clinched the bronze medal at World Wrestling Championship after registering a victory over Greece's Maria Prevolaraki at Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan) on Wednesday (September 18). The 25-year-old, earlier in the...

Indian men finish fifth, win gold in 1st Division at Asian TT Champion...

New Delhi: The Indian men's team logged their best ever result at ITTF Asian Table Tennis Championships, finishing fifth after beating Hong Kong 3-1 in the classification match here on Wednesday (September 18). The Indian team also defeat...

Panghal, Kaushik enter semis; India assured of 2 medals at world boxin...

Chennai: With Indian boxers putting their best foot forward, they have rest assured of two medals at the men's World Championships. Asian Games gold medallist Amit Panghal and Manish Kaushik entered the semifinals with contrasting but i...

England cricket chiefs back Ben Stokes in family tragedy story row

London: England cricket chiefs rallied round star all-rounder Ben Stokes after he criticised a British newspaper report about a family tragedy more than 30 years ago. Tom Harrison, chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board...

If Smith was Indian, his technique would be accepted: coach Woodhill

Melbourne: Lamenting Australian crickets "aversion" to embrace unconventional styles, Steve Smith's formative coach Trent Woodhill observed that his famous wards uniqueness would be accepted in the Indian system, where it is "all about the output". Days after Smith redefined the art of run-scoring in an Ashes series that belonged to him, Woodhill said uniqueness and unorthodox styles should be celebrated. "If Steven was Indian, his technique and ...

HEALTH

India needs strengthening of healthcare delivery to tackle quackery

Chennai: Jaya R, a domestic help i...

Playing Chinese game ‘Mahjong’ may boost mental health: Study

Beijing: Regularly playing the pop...

Study finds air pollution reaches placenta during pregnancy

Washington: A new study suggests when...

Reason behind people gaining weight as they get older decoded

London: Scientists have found why...

Microplastics harming our drinking water: Study

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EDUCATION

IIT Bombay graduate joins railways as trackman in Jharkhand

Shrawan Kumar, a post gra...

Unable to find jobs, engineering graduates hit roads as delivery boys

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2400% hike in CBSE board exam fees for SC/ST students

New Delhi: The Central Board of Seco...

Watching what children watch: Why cyber safety is everyone’s concern

With early exposure to the internet, children and adolescents don’t just have to face the perils of the real world, as the pervasive virtual world has made them all the more vulnerable.

Bengaluru named India’s best student city in new rankings

London: In a new worldwide rankin...