Too early and little data to indicate economic revival yet

New Delhi: The government has so far shied away from acknowledging that the economy is in the grip of a clear slowdown, with various ministers either sidestepping questions on falling Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rates or denying that there is any trouble with the economy at all.

PM Modi turns 69, to kick off Namami Narmade festival on birthday

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In jolt to Mayawati, all 6 BSP MLAs in Rajasthan join Congress

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Will meet India, Pak PMs soon, hints Trump ahead of ‘Howdy Modi’

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The journey home, to a tomorrow of hope and promise

There are an estimated 400,000 wandering mentally ill persons in India. Most of them can be found on the streets and near railway stations. And among those rescued for treatment, language and communication is a huge barrier. Social workers like Venkatesh work closely with NGOs and police to help in the rescue of such people, especially those who are from other states. Click here to know more about the reunion efforts.
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State of the Nation

Here are the murky deals that landed Shivakumar in trouble

Congress leader DK Shivakumar, who was arrested on September 3 in an alleged money laundering case, suffered yet another setback on Friday (September 13) as a Delhi court extended his Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody till September 17.

Protests against uranium exploration in Amrabad forest gains momentum

Protests against the proposed exploration for uranium deposits in Telangana’s Amrabad forest, the second largest tiger reserve in the country, are gaining momentum with celebrities lending their support for a ban on the proposed exploration.

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.

Economic slowdown: Millennials puzzled over Nirmala’s finger poi...

Millennials are amused at the blame game currently on, with falling car sales landing on top of myriad other things they are routinely held accountable for.

Retail inflation inches up to 10-month high of 3.21% in August

New Delhi: Retail inflation inched up to a 10-month high of 3.21% in August due to higher prices of food items like meat and fish, vegetables and pulses, government data revealed on Thursday. However, retail inflation is still within the Reserve Bank's ...

Piyush Goyal trolled for saying Einstein discovered gravity

New Delhi/Chennai: In a bid to defend the government’s target of transforming the country into a $5 trillion economy amid a current economic slowdown, Union minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday (September 12) claimed that maths did not help Albert Einstein to discove...

Adani Group bids for ₹45,000-crore Navy submarine project

The Adani Group in has placed bids for ₹45,000-crore Indian Navy submarine project under ‘Make In India’ initiative. The Gujarat-based Indian multinational conglomerate deals in logistics, the energy it also handles mining, trading, gas distribu...
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Final moments of mission Chandrayaan-2

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CSA and Amul join forces for South Africa tour of India

New Delhi: India dairy giant Amul was on Monday (September 16) roped in by Cricket South Africa (CSA) as their new partner for the ongoing three-game twenty20 international series. Amul ranked 73rd globally, will feature on the back of th...

Karolina Pliskova closes gap on Ashleigh Barty in WTA rankings

Paris: Karolina Plikosva's victory at the Zhengzhou Open at the weekend means the Czech is now just 86 points behind Ashleigh Barty who remains at the top of the WTA rankings released on Monday (September 16). Pliskova claimed her fou...

Bangladesh seeks UK ministers intervention for shooting inclusion in 2...

Chennai: Bangladesh has now joined India and Australia in calling for shooting's inclusion in the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games roster. Bangladesh sports minister Md Zahid Ahsan Russel on Sunday (September 15) in Dhaka wrote to UK ...

World Champion Sindhu and other shuttlers eye $1,000,000 China Open

Chennai: Recently crowned world champion PV Sindhu will look to clinch the $1,000,000 China Open World Tour Super 1000 tournament beginning in Changzhou (China) on Tuesday (September 17). The World No. 5 will look to reassert her suprem...

TNPL fixing scandal: Two lesser known coaches could be under scanner

New Delhi: The Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) has run into troubled waters with a few first-class cricketers and a couple of coaches coming under the BCCI Anti-Corruption Units scanner for suspected match-fixing. BCCI's ACU chief Ajit Singh, however, ruled out the possibility of any international player being a suspect. The TNPL, owned by the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, started in 2016 and features eight franchises. "Some players have repor...

HEALTH

Reason behind people gaining weight as they get older decoded

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Microplastics harming our drinking water: Study

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IVF for aged couples remains a question of medical ethics, child rights

Chennai: The news of a 74-year-old woman becoming mother for the first time after delivering twins in Andhra Pradesh has triggered a fresh round of debate over the ethical issues concerning in vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure for aged couples beyond 50 years of age.

Shift to vegan diets may cause brain nutrient deficiency: Study

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Usage of mouthwash could negate benefits of exercise: Study

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EDUCATION

IIT Bombay graduate joins railways as trackman in Jharkhand

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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...