Pakistan's new security policy and bid for peace with India
Maha: Condemned Kolhapur sisters' horrors of 3-dozen kidnappings, 5 murders revived
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Cities contribute 80% to global GDP, account for 75% emissions: Report
  • Cities contribute 80% to global GDP, account for 75% emissions: Report(10:52)

    Geneva, Jan 18 (IANS) Cities contribute 80 per cent to global GDP -- but they also account for 75 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Integrating nature-positive solutions can help protect cities from growing risks associated with extreme weather while driving sustainable economic growth.

NYT ad slams Tesla's 'Full Self-Driving' as worst software
  • NYT ad slams Tesla's 'Full Self-Driving' as worst software(10:52)

    San Francisco, Jan 18 (IANS) A full-page advertisement in The New York Times by advocacy group The Dawn Project has slammed Tesla's 'Full Self-Driving' (FSD) beta software, calling it "the worst software ever sold by a Fortune 500 company".

BHU scientists find cure for chronic wounds
  • BHU scientists find cure for chronic wounds(09:54)

    Varanasi, Jan 18 (IANS) A team of scientists from the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) have found a cure for those suffering from chronic wounds, particularly with diabetic foot ulcers.

India's overall economic activity remains strong despite third wave: RBI Bulletin
Rosatom starts making reactor, steam generators for 6th Unit in Kudankulam
AIADMK to work for bringing back MGR's 'Golden Rule' in TN
  • AIADMK to work for bringing back MGR's 'Golden Rule' in TN(13:06)

    Chennai, Jan 16 (IANS) The Opposition AIADMK has exhorted upon party cadres, sympathisers, and the general public to bring back the 'Golden Rule' of the late AIADMK patriarch, M.G. Ramachandran (MGR) and to dispose of the 'corrupt' and inefficient DMK government. The 105th birthday of late MGR is to be celebrated on Monday.

After Meta, Apple asks employees to submit booster jab proof
Kids from low income group prone to dental disorders
  • Kids from low income group prone to dental disorders(11:54)

    Lucknow, Jan 16 (IANS) A study conducted by doctors of King George's Medical University (KGMU) in Lucknow has found that children from low-income families are more prone to tooth decay, mainly due to unhygienic dental practices.

Fishing turns into a major diplomatic issue between India, Sri Lanka
  • Fishing turns into a major diplomatic issue between India, Sri Lanka(10:28)
    By Arun Lakshman

    Chennai, Jan 16 (IANS) The diplomatic relationship between India and Sri Lanka, the two neighbouring countries with several shared cultural ethos and beliefs and economic, social, cultural and business ties is now becoming tense after India complained about its fishermen being attacked by Sri Lankan security forces. The recent concern is the arrest and subsequent judicial remand of 68 Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan navy.

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Google manipulated advertising, harmed publishers, alleges Texas lawsuit
US states, FTC initiate probe into Meta's VR business: Report
Jack Dorsey building open Bitcoin mining system amid climate threats
Russia arrests top hackers at US govt's request, won't extradite
  • Russia arrests top hackers at US govt's request, won't extradite(10:54)

    Moscow, Jan 15 (IANS) Russia has arrested several members of the well-known hacker group called REvil at the request of the US government after it was established that the infamous group was involved in several high-profile attacks on large American companies.