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First Time In History Cancer Vanishes For Every Patient In Drug Trial

Many lives could have been saved if Indian govt acted on time during second wave of Covid: Parliamentary panel

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India's First Chip Factory, $20 Billion, In Gujarat

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Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov win 2021 Nobel Peace Prize

Noted Kashmiri physician, writer, Dr Kundan Lal Chowdhury, is no more

UN Security Council Unanimously Adopts Resolution On Peacekeeping

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Huge Backlash Over Uttarakhand Resort Teen Murder

DEHRADUN, Sept 24: Following widespread outrage over the murder of a young girl allegedly by a senior BJP leader's son, the party today expelled the father and brother of the accused. BJP leader Vinod Arya and the accused's brother Ankit Arya, who was also a party member, have been kicked out of the party following the accused Pulkit Arya's arrest. Vinod Arya served as a chairman of the Uttarakhand Mati Kala Board with a state minister's rank, while Ankit Arya was the Vice President of the state OBC Commission. Both of them have also been relieved from their posts by the state government....moreMore

'Bent On Making Me Prostitute': Murdered Uttarakhand Teen On WhatsApp

RISHIKESH: WhatsApp text messages from the murdered Uttarakhand woman to her friend seem to confirm allegations that the teenager was being forced into prostitution by the accused men. "They are trying to turn me into a prostitute," read one of her messages to a friend, to whom she was describing her experiences working as a receptionist at the now expelled senior BJP leader's son's resort....moreMore

India's economy 5th biggest in the world: Jaishankar

NEW YORK: External affairs minister S Jaishankar said on Saturday while in the 20th century, colonialism ensured that India was one of the poorest nations, it stood proudly as the 5th biggest economy in the world at the moment. In his address in New York on a special ‘India@75’ Showcasing India-UN Partnership in Action’ event on the sidelines of UNGA in New York, Jaishankar said India today envisions itself as a developed country by 2047, the 100th year of its independence....moreMore

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Defence As Rupee At Record Low

PUNE: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said the rupee has "held back very well" when compared to other currencies against the US Dollar. The Reserve Bank and the Finance Ministry are keeping a very close watch over the developments, the finance minister told reporters after the domestic currency sunk to a lifetime low against the greenback....moreMore

New Intranasal Anti-Viral Treatment May Block Covid Transmission: Report

LOS ANGELES: Researchers have developed an intranasal anti-viral treatment for COVID-19 that decreases the amount of SARS-CoV-2 shed from infected animals and limits transmission of the virus. By the time people test positive for COVID-19, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has already taken up residence in their respiratory system. With each breath, people expel invisible viral particles into the air -- a process known as viral shedding....moreMore

Putin 'Shamelessly Violated' UN Charater: Biden

UNITED NATIONS: US President Joe Biden tore into Vladimir Putin on Wednesday as he addressed the United Nations, saying the Russian leader "shamelessly violated" the UN Charter when he invaded neighbor Ukraine. "Russia has shamelessly violated the core tenets of the United Nations Charter," Biden said as he addressed the annual UN General Assembly in New York....moreMore

Biden supports Germany, Japan, India as permanent members of reformed UNSC: White House official

NEW YORK: “We have historically and continue to stand behind the idea that Germany, Japan and India should be permanent members of the Security Council,” the U. S. official said. U. S. President Joe Biden supports Germany, Japan and India as permanent members of a reformed United Nations Security Council, a senior official of his administration has said....moreMore

Jean-Luc Godard, godfather of French New Wave cinema, dies at 91

PARIS: Film director Jean-Luc Godard, the godfather of France’s New Wave cinema, died on Tuesday aged 91, newspaper Liberation said, citing people close to the Franco-Swiss director. Godard was among the world’s most acclaimed directors, known for such classics as “Breathless” and “Contempt”, which pushed cinematic boundaries and inspired iconoclastic directors decades after his 1960s heyday....moreMore

US Federal Reserve Raises Key Interest Rate Amid Recession Fear

WASHINGTON: The Federal Reserve raised the key US interest rate again Wednesday and said more hikes are coming as it battles soaring prices -- an aggressive stance that has raised fears of a recession. It was the third consecutive increase of 0.75 percentage point by the Fed's policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), continuing the forceful action to tamp down inflation that has surged to the highest in 40 years....moreMore

South Korean Physicists Create 'Artificial Sun' To Get Clean Nuclear Energy: Report

SEOUL: Physicists from South Korea have discovered an artificial source of clean nuclear energy by initiating a strong nuclear reaction that produced temperatures seven times higher than the Sun. This discovery of creating an "artificial Sun" represented a significant advance in their study, said a report from New York Post. According to the scientists from Seoul National University and the Korea Institute of Fusion Energy, The Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) reactor reached temperatures of more than 100 million degrees Celsius for about 30 seconds, reaching this milestone for the very first time, the outlet further said....moreMore

50 killed in Iran protest crackdown, says NGO; thousands join pro-hijab rallies

TEHRAN: Hundreds of Iranians across at least 13 cities from Tehran to Mahsa Amini's hometown of Saqez have poured into the streets, voicing pent-up anger over social and political repression. Authorities have alleged that unnamed foreign countries and opposition groups are trying to foment unrest. At least 50 people have been killed after Iranian security forces cracked down on protests which erupted following the death of Mahsa Amini, who had been arrested by the morality police, Oslo-based Iran Human Rights (IHR) NGO said on Friday....moreMore

China Blockade Would Be An Act Of War; Won't Surrender, Says Taiwan: Report

TAIPEI: A Chinese blockade of Taiwan or the seizure of an offshore island would be considered an act of war and Taiwan would not surrender, a senior Taiwanese security official said using unusually strong and direct language. While Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and others in her administration have repeatedly said that while they want peace they would defend themselves if attacked, the details of what Taiwan would consider an attack warranting a response have generally been left unsaid, given the many scenarios....moreMore

Spatial audio, 2x more active noise cancellation: Apple launches AirPods Pro 2

CUPERTINO: Apple Inc late Wednesday launched the company's new model of wireless Bluetooth earphones- the AirPods Pro 2 during the annual event 'Far Out' in California's Cupertino. The new airpods have been priced at $299 (₹23,829) and will be available from September 23. The AirPods Pro 2 comes with 2x more active noise cancellation, personalised spatial audio, 6 hours of listening time on a single charge, touch control, an in-case speaker, adaptive transparency and many other features....moreMore

Roger Federer Announces Retirement

LONDON: Tennis legend Roger Federer, the first men's player to win 20 grand slam titles, has announced his decision to retire from the sport after Laver Cup 2022. Federer informed of his decision with a post on his Twitter handle. Federer won his first grand slam in the year 2003 when he won the Wimbledon title. He has since gone on to win 6 Australian Open, 1 French Open, 8 Wimbledon and 5 US Open titles. He has been struggling with a knee injury for a long time....moreMore




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Mario Bellini Honoured With Lifetime Award At Salone del Mobile.Milano

Mario Bellini, a multifaceted and innovative Milanese designer, has been awarded a Special Lifetime Award during the Salone del Mobile.Milano. The life time award to Mario Bellini is celebration for one of Italy’s most versatile and iconic architects and designers.


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Just continue to help, sustain, wipe tears, listen attentively and carefully repair all the 'leaks' you find

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.

Scientists 'reverse death', bring dead eyes back to life

Scientists in the US have brought back to life dead eyes from organ donors in a breakthrough which hints that brain death could be reversible. The discovery that eyes taken from organ donors five hours after death responded to light “raises the question of whether brain death, as it is currently defined, is truly irreversible," the researchers said in a study published in Nature.

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