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Daily Archives: 3rd December 2019

Is Kerala CM mulling a makeover of his cabinet?

Thiruvananthapuram: With its image has taken a beating and just 17 months left for the end of the tenure, the Pinarayi Vijayan-led Left Democratic Front...

Researchers find new way to treat pancreatic cancer

Jerusalem: Pancreatic cancer is resistant to all current treatments. Patients have extremely poor chances of surviving for five years after being diagnosed but a new...

NASA tweet on Vikram Lander finds trends on Twitter

New Delhi: #VikramLander and Chandrayaan2 trended on Twitter on Tuesday after a NASA tweet that its mission had located the Indian Chandrayaan2 lander Vikram.A post...

Protein deficiency common among Indians: Experts

Chandigarh: Like iron and calcium deficiency, protein deficiency is also common among Indians, say experts.Most Indians think that protein deficiency is not an important concern....

Ranji Trophy: Vijay Shankar named Tamil Nadu captain

Chennai: All-rounder Vijay Shankar will lead Tamil Nadu while Baba Aparajith will serve as his deputy in the upcoming Ranji Trophy beginning December 9.The squad,...

Social media remembers Dev Anand on his 8th death anniversary

Mumbai: Commemorating Dev Anand on his eighth death anniversary, fans from around the world paid tributes to the legendary actor on social media, on Tuesday.Dev...

Ronaldo crowned with Serie A player of the year award

Milan: Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been named Serie A player of the year.Ronaldo, who scored 26 goals in his debut season in...

Life-threatening bacteria found in Make-up products: Study

London: The vast majority of in-use make-up products such as beauty blenders, mascara, and lip gloss are contaminated with potentially life-threatening superbugs, researchers have warned."Make-up...

SC moved for safe passage to all women at Sabarimala Temple

New Delhi: A woman, who was allegedly attacked while she attempted to visit the Sabarimala temple, moved the Supreme Court on Monday seeking directions for...

Julia Roberts, Michelle Obama to work at empowering girls in Asia

Los Angeles: Hollywood star Julia Roberts and former first lady Michelle Obama are teaming up for a trip to Asia to focus on education and...

Nations lack fund to safeguard human health from climate change: WHO

Madrid: Climate risks to health were growing but countries lack funding to safeguard human health from climate change, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on...

SC stays felling of trees on Mumbai’s Metro Line 4 project

New Delhi: For the second time within two months, the Supreme Court has intervened to stop the felling of trees for the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional...

Parents should sensitize kids for equality in society says Tara Sharma

Mumbai: Actress-entrepreneur Tara Sharma who is gearing up for the new season of "The Tara Sharma Show" on parenting says that it is crucial for...

Ruckus in LS over onion prices, remarks on PM, Nirmala

New Delhi: The Lok Sabha on Tuesday witnessed an uproar followed by cross allegations between the treasury and opposition benches, mainly the Congress, on issues...

Slowdown, soft commodity prices dent India Inc’s Q2 revenue growth  

Mumbai: Weak consumer sentiments along with a slowdown in the infrastructure sector and soft commodity prices weighed heavily on the corporate sector's revenue growth in...

Media asked to stop showing pics of Hyderabad rape accused

Hyderabad: Cyberabad police investigating the gruesome gang-rape and murder of a woman veterinarian, said on Tuesday that it might intervene to stop the media from...

Rajeev Dhavan sacked from Babri case

New Delhi: Senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan, after being sacked by the Muslim parties on Tuesday, wrote to the Advocate on Record Ejaz Maqbool saying that...

Sensex down 70 pts, Banks slip

Mumbai: The Indian equity markets traded in the red during the early trade on Tuesday as banks and financial services saw mild selling pressure.The Sensex...

Hamlet haunts Kashmir’s mainstream parties post 370 abrogation

Srinagar: To be or not to be? Shakespeare's Hamlet has been haunting all  mainstream political parties ever since article 370 was abrogated and the state...