IOC to pump fuel directly to Lanka's electricity supplier
Dalai Lama gazes long look homeward
  • Dalai Lama gazes long look homeward(18:38)
    By Vishal Gulati

    Dharamsala, Jan 25 (IANS) Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Tuesday enjoyed the snow-capped Dhauladhar range on a bright sunny day from the balcony of his official residence in McLeodganj -- a small and quaint hill station on the suburbs of Dharamsala overlooking the Himalayas and Tibet.

On R-Day, Indian Navy to 'gift' decommissioned warship 'Khukri' to Diu
Amritsar conjoined twins get electoral photo identity cards
  • Amritsar conjoined twins get electoral photo identity cards(18:18)

    Chandigarh, Jan 25 (IANS) As Amritsar conjoined twins, Sohan Singh and Mohan Singh, fondly known as Sohna-Mohna turned 18 in 2021, Punjab Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) S. Karuna Raju on Tuesday handed over two separate electoral photo identity cards (EPIC) to both of them to mark the 12th National Voters' Day.

90% of people with Covid likely to have underlying heart damage: Experts
  • Battle for UP: Now, RLD seeks ban on opinion polls(17:06)

    Lucknow, Jan 25 (IANS) After its ally Samajwadi Party, it is the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) which has now asked the Election Commission to impose a ban on opinion polls that are making an attempt to influence voters.

Mega Russian cyber attack on US possible, warns Homeland Security
  • Mega Russian cyber attack on US possible, warns Homeland Security(16:54)

    New York, Jan 25 (IANS) Amid the heightened Russia-Ukraine border tensions, the US' Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has warned that critical infrastructure and local government networks are at a "very high risk" of a mega cyber attack sponsored by the Russian government.

Harak Singh Rawat likely to be fielded against Satpal Maharaj
Rupa invites you to Bond with the best in February
  • Rupa invites you to Bond with the best in February(16:16)

    New Delhi, Jan 25 (IANS) From stories that detail the shenanigans of animals, to the BCCI's impact on Indian cricket, to discovering the unity in diversity that is India through the workings of the 15th Finance Commission, to the saga of India's first manufacturing park for medical devices to lessons homemaker-CEOs can teach MBAs, corporate managers and businesses, to magical foods that will change your life, to the agony and ecstasy of falling and failing in live, Rupa Publications invites you to Bond with the best this February.

'Never take freedom for granted', top Kerala bureaucrat recalls his days in prison
  • 'Never take freedom for granted', top Kerala bureaucrat recalls his days in prison(15:28)

    Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 25 (IANS) Till the infamous gold smuggling case surfaced, M. Sivasankar, the then principal secretary and top Kerala bureaucrat was one of the most powerful official. But after that things went for a toss and on his 59th birthday, on Tuesday, Sivasankar recalls what life actually is, through his social media account.

Kashmiri youth in Heff, fed up with government delays, construct their own cricket pitch
  • Kashmiri youth in Heff, fed up with government delays, construct their own cricket pitch(15:14)
    By Sameer Showkin Lone

    Srinagar, Jan 25 (IANS/ 101Reporters) "Agar sarkar nahi, toh khud sahi," (If the government doesnt, well do it), say Faizan, Sahil, Danish and Zahid, a group of cricket-loving teenagers in Heff, a populous and restive village in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district. They, along with other local youth, adopted this mantra after a two-year-long struggle with the local bureaucracy to get a cricket ground constructed in their village.

Battle for UP: The 'Hastinapur' factor
  • Battle for UP: The 'Hastinapur' factor(15:06)

    Hastinapur (UP), Jan 25 (IANS) The "Hastinapur" factor in Uttar Pradesh elections has existed for decades but it is now more pronounced than ever and this has made the electoral battles here even more intense.

Goa BJP to release second list of candidates today
  • Goa BJP to release second list of candidates today(14:50)

    Panaji, Jan 25 (IANS) The BJP is likely to release its second and final list of six remaining candidates for the Goa assembly polls by Tuesday evening, state party president Sadanand Shet Tanavade said.

Battle for UP: Congress begins to lose battle of perception
Thailand revisits the BRI and resists Beijing's pressure
  • Thailand revisits the BRI and resists Beijing's pressure(14:04)
    By Baladas Ghoshal

    New Delhi, Jan 25: Thailand, a country that is most under Beijing's cultural, political, economic and strategic influence is also picking up the courage to revisit and push back against China's grand design in Southeast Asia through its BRI (Belt and Road Initiative) projects.

Battle for UP: SP offers ticket to Kushi Dubey's mother
  • Battle for UP: SP offers ticket to Kushi Dubey's mother(14:02)

    Kanpur (UP), Jan 25 (IANS) In what could be a game changer, the Samajwadi Party has offered a ticket to contest elections to Gayatri Tiwari, mother of jailed Khushi Dubey, the minor widow of the Bikru incident in which eight policemen were massacred in July 2020.

Raj govt, Guv face-off on amendment to RODA Act
Chinese New Year this year brings little cheer as Beijing continues to pursue zero-Covid policy
  • Chinese New Year this year brings little cheer as Beijing continues to pursue zero-Covid policy(13:52)
    By Mahua Venkatesh

    New Delhi, Jan 25: At a time when more and more countries are announcing the lifting of Covid 19 restrictions, China's approach of adhering to zero-tolerance has surprised a large section of its citizens, many of whom were gearing up for the Chinese New Year which starts on February 1. On January 23, the country reported less than 100 new cases though the figure was 140 in Hong Kong. Travel restrictions including mandatory quarantines are already in place in many cities though Beijing lifted a month-long lockdown in Xi'ian, home to 13 million people.

Will overcome obstacles created by those inside & outside the party to win 22 seats: Goa CM
Your favs keeping it fresh faced and make-up free
  • Your favs keeping it fresh faced and make-up free(13:22)
    By Olivia Sarkar

    New Delhi, Jan 25 (IANSlife) Every now and then, celebrities choose to forego the face-cake, and give their makeup artists, hair stylists, and photoshop a skip. These actors keep it real, keep it fuss-free and keep it fabulous! We spotted a few gals who embrace their natural glow and bask in its glory.

Rights activists raise red flag after 7 die in TN Jallikattu
  • Rights activists raise red flag after 7 die in TN Jallikattu(13:16)

    Chennai, Jan 25 (IANS) Animal rights activists and Human rights activists have raised the red flag over the continuance of the violent, bloody sport of 'Jallikattu' in Tamil Nadu connected with the harvest festival of Pongal. The festival which is considered a valour sport is to tame bulls that are released from cages.