9 Minutes On Sunday Can Destroy All Your Home Electrical Equipment

“If the power surge does hit India, particularly homes, the lower middle-class and above are the ones most likely to hit because this is... Read more »
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Communalizing Nizamuddin Markaz A Vain Diversion, More Important Questions Demand Answers

“As per the directions from the Centre, violating/refusing to comply with the order might attract two years jail term. Item 9 of the Centre’s... Read more »

Mixed response in Karnataka to PM’s call to light lamps

Though many hailed the video message and agreed to light a lamp, light a candle or flash a torch or mobile phone on Sunday,... Read more »

‘It’s horrible’, says Indian-American doctor on COVID-19 frontlines

Kumar, who works in the ERs of two hospitals, in the city’s Brooklyn and Queens boroughs that are hard-hit by the pandemic, said: “People... Read more »

1,300 Punjab cops moved from VIP duties to battle corona

Foreseeing critical times ahead, the Chief Minister also ordered extension in service to all retiring police personnel and Home Guards by two months to... Read more »

Jamaat campaign against India led to US hearings, resolutions on Kashmir

Documentary evidence accessed by IANS reveals that both ICNA and its sister organisation HHRD are affiliated to Jamaat-e-Islami, the pan-Islamic fundamentalist organisation which India... Read more »

Covid-19: Railways converts 16 coaches into isolation wards

“In its continuous effort to fight against COVID-19, all NR workshops have been geared up. Till now, 16 LHB coaches have been converted to... Read more »

90% of Sitharaman’s COVID-19 package ‘includes’ already running schemes

    Out of 54 crore workers with almost 90% in the unorganized sector as of now in 2020 (the last figure of 47.4... Read more »

Bengaluru serves free food to needy during lockdown

The government of Karnataka through Indira Canteens, TVS company, corporator Jaggi Marwadi, Suresh NGO, Jain Samaj KMYF and others served more than 2 lakh... Read more »

Faculty of Johns Hopkins University authored COVID-19 report on India

Johns Hopkins University tweeted on Saturday late night clarifying that the study was done by a faculty of JHU and states that the use... Read more »

16 youths ‘rescued’ while walking home from UP to Bihar

The youths were forced to take the long walk home after the lockdown was imposed and could not find any means of transport for... Read more »

Post lockdown, rise in mercury may prevent spread of COVID-19 in India: Top microbiologists

Studies by various prestigious institutions around the world reveal that various types of coronaviruses showed “marked winter seasonality”. By Deepak Sharma  New Delhi, March... Read more »

By April, India could become Italy and Iran

“We feel if asocial distancing’ is not implemented seriously, by end-April hospitals may be full of patients and the situation could be totally unmanageable,”... Read more »

How BJP orchestrated the fall of 15-month-old Nath govt

The drama started when 10 disenchanted MLAs of Congress and its allies reached a hotel in Haryana and contacted the BJP leadership apparently to... Read more »

Sibal “BJP destroying constitutionalism, denigrating democratic system”

He agrees that nature abhors a vacuum and it is incumbent on the Congress to step and once again become the people’s choice. His... Read more »

Resolution against CAA, NPR, NRC moved in Telangana Assembly

KCR, as Rao is popularly known, said the CAA went against the very principles of the Indian Constitution. “Can any section of people be... Read more »

Markets have bottomed but aftershocks to continue

Unless the merchant banker pulls out a rabbit from his hat, the current indicators are not suggesting that the issue would go through. The... Read more »

New regional party in J&K has ‘national outlook,’ wants statehood, domicile rights

The Apni Party comprises several former NC and PDP legislators and members, Mir said, and had only leadership to offer to people in J&K.... Read more »

COVID-19: Worthy guidelines for managing workplace

In addition to limiting the exposure of the employers to the new strain of the virus, the top brass and the entrepreneurs must ensure... Read more »

Delhi minister tables resolution against NPR in Assembly

The 2003 rule says NPR will be done before the NRC, the Delhi Cabinet Minister added. “Shah is misleading the people.” New Delhi, March... Read more »