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Obama Wants Biden To Pull Out Of US Presidential Race: Report

WASHINGTON: Former US president Barack Obama has told allies that Joe Biden needs to reconsider his reelection bid, the Washington Post reported on Thursday. Obama believes that Biden's path to victory has diminished and that the 81-year-old should "seriously consider the viability of his candidacy," the newspaper said, citing people briefed on his thinking....moreMore

32 Dead In Bangladesh Unrest, Protesters Set Fire To State TV Headquarters

DHAKA: Bangladeshi students set fire to the country's state broadcaster on Thursday, a day after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina appeared on the network seeking to calm escalating clashes that have killed at least 32 people. Hundreds of protesters demanding reform of civil service hiring rules fought back and overwhelmed riot police who had fired at them with rubber bullets....moreMore

US envoy: There is no such thing as ‘strategic autonomy’ in times of conflict

NEW DELHI: Underlining that “no war is distant anymore”, US ambassador to India Eric Garcetti said Thursday there is no such thing as strategic autonomy in times of conflict. Garcetti, who was speaking at the Defence News Conclave organised by CUTS International, said: “I respect that India likes its strategic autonomy, but in times of conflict, there is no such thing as strategic autonomy. We will, in crisis moments, need to know each other. I don’t care what title we put to it, but we will need to know that we are trusted friends… that in times of need in the next day be acting together, that we’ll know each other’s equipment, that we know each other’s training, we’ll know each other’s systems, and we’ll know each other as human beings as well.”...moreMore

India refuses to back UN resolution demanding end to Russia's Ukraine offensive

UNITED NATIONS: India has refused to back a UN resolution calling on Russia to immediately end its offensive in Ukraine. The resolution came days after PM Narendra Modi visited Moscow and raised the issue with Russian President Vladimir Putin. India has refused to back a resolution in the UN General Assembly that urged Russia to immediately end its aggression against Ukraine and urgently withdraw its forces and other unauthorised personnel from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant....moreMore

SLW Holds 4th Veterans Golf Cup at Khao Yai and Bangkok

BANGKOK: On May 15 and 16, all roads from Delhi, Gurgaon, Chandigarh, Jallandhar, Amrtisar, Chennai, Bengaluru and Mhow were leading to Bangkok.To beat the Indian heat, a group of Golfers including few ladies, decided to go to the coolers chimes of Khao Yai and Bangkok to participate in two Veteran Golf tournaments, organized by internationally reputed Anil Dev of leading Golf event company, SLW (Sports and Leisure Worldwide), and was supported by Tourism Authority of Thailand, New Delhi and Diplomatic Travels....moreMore

Trump Nominated Republican Nominee, Picks Old Critic As Running Mate

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3 Passengers Die As 12 Coaches Of Chandigarh-Dibrugarh Express Derail In UP

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Publish NEET-UG Results City-Wise And Centre-Wise, Supreme Court Tells NTA

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Consulate In New York Develops Platform For Indian Students To Find Internships In US

NEW YORK: The Indian Consulate in New York has launched a new platform for Indian students to find internship opportunities in the US. The newly launched portal can be accessed by students to directly apply to the companies according to details provided in it. "As part of the initiative to support Indian students in its jurisdiction, @IndiainNew York has developed a platform for Indian Students to find internship opportunities at companies in the USA," the Indian Consulate in New York wrote in a post on X....moreMore

KP Sharma Oli takes oath as Nepal Prime Minister for fourth time

KATHMANDU: K P Sharma Oli on Monday was sworn in as Nepal's Prime Minister for the fourth time. The leader of Nepal's largest communist party was appointed Nepal's Prime Minister on Sunday by President Ram Chandra Paudel to lead a new coalition government that faces the daunting challenge of providing political stability in the Himalayan nation....moreMore

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Amid Huge Row, Karnataka Pauses Bill For Reservation In Private Sector Firms

BENGALURU: The Karnataka government has paused, and will further study, a bill directing private firms in the state to reserve jobs for Kannadigas. The bill, cleared Monday, requires firms in India's IT capital to prioritise local hires for 70 per cent of non-management roles and 50 per cent of management-level jobs. "The bill intended to implement reservation for Kannadigas in private sector institutions, industries and enterprises is still in the preparation stage. A final decision will be taken after comprehensive discussion in the next cabinet meeting," Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has posted on X....moreMore

Breakthrough As Finland Researchers Develop New Algorithm To Predict Sudden Cardiac Death

TAMPERE: Despite advancements in prevention and treatment, sudden cardiac death (SCD) remains a leading cause of mortality and is responsible for approximately half of all deaths from cardiovascular disease worldwide. Now, a team of researchers from Tampere University in Finland have found a new method for identifying cardiac rhythms associated with imminent heart failure....moreMore

China says halted nuclear arms talks with US over Taiwan weapons sale

BEIJING: China said Wednesday it had suspended negotiations with the United States on nuclear non-proliferation and arms control in response to Washington's weapons sales to Taiwan. The US and China in November held rare talks on nuclear arms control, part of a bid to ease mistrust ahead of a summit between leader Joe Biden and Xi Jinping....moreMore

Costly vegetables push retail inflation to 4-month high of 5.08% in June

NEW DELHI: Retail inflation increased to four-month high of 5.08 per cent in June as food items, including vegetables became dearer, according to government data released on Friday. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) based retail inflation was on a decline since January, before rising again in June. The CPI-based retail inflation was 4.8 per cent in May 2024 and 4.87 per cent in June 2023. The previous high was in February at 5.09 per cent....moreMore

 

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A man was asked to paint a boat. He brought with him paint and brushes and began to paint the boat a bright red, as the owner asked him. While painting, he noticed that there was a small hole in the hull, and quietly repaired it.When finished painting, he received his money and left.

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As the world is just getting over Covid-19 after four years, a top British scientist warned that another pandemic is “absolutely inevitable”. The former chief scientific adviser to the British government, Sir Patrick Vallance, urged the UK government to prioritise preparations for the pandemic and emphasized that the country is “not ready” for it yet, The Guardian reported.

 

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