CCP wants new order where world acquiesces to China's world view: US Congress report
In TN, today's movie stars are tomorrow's CM aspirants
Once dreaded 'queen of outlaws' Phoolan now a 'veerangana' (IANS Special)
Air India employees prepare to bid for carrier
  • Air India employees prepare to bid for carrier(11:36)
    By Sanjeev Sharma

    New Delhi, Dec 3 (IANS) Air India employees are preparing to bid for the national carrier in partnership with a private equity fund and each employee will be asked to contribute Rs 1 lakh towards the bid.

US vax tipped to begin before Dec 15; 100mn to get shots by Feb
  • US vax tipped to begin before Dec 15; 100mn to get shots by Feb(01:44)
    By Nikhila Natarajan

    New York, Dec 3 (IANS) The chief advisor of the US Covid-19 vaccine development programme is confident that at least 100 million people would have got coronavirus shots by the end of February 2021 and this operation would have covered the entire "at risk" population comprising the elderly, frontline workers and those with comorbidities.

Woman CJI, more women judges must for balance in sexual violence cases: AG
  • Woman CJI, more women judges must for balance in sexual violence cases: AG(18:18)

    New Delhi, Dec 2 (IANS) Attorney General K.K. Venugopal has told the Supreme Court that it is essential to improve the representation of women in the judiciary to develop a more balanced and empathetic approach in cases involving sexual violence, noting that the top court has only 2 women judges, out of the sanctioned strength of 34 judges and also there has never been a female Chief Justice of India.

Hope to resolve farmers' issues: MoS Rupala (IANS Exclusive)
  • Hope to resolve farmers' issues: MoS Rupala (IANS Exclusive)(14:16)
    By Navneet Mishra

    New Delhi, Dec 2 (IANS) A day ahead of another crucial round of talks with farmer leaders on their demands, Union Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Parshottam Rupala said that the Centre is hopeful of a resolution to the farmers' grievances at the earliest.

India's readiness prompts China to scramble for high-altitude gear
  • India's readiness prompts China to scramble for high-altitude gear(13:56)
    By Sumit Kumar Singh

    New Delhi, Dec 2 (IANS) China is making last minute efforts to make emergency procurements of high-altitude gear and clothing for its troops as they were caught unaware with India's readiness for the harsh winter atop the Eastern Ladkah heights -- that has been the bone of contention between the two Asian majors.

Kohli breaks Tendulkar's fastest 12K ODI runs' record
  • Kohli breaks Tendulkar's fastest 12K ODI runs' record(10:26)

    Canberra, Dec 2 (IANS) India skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesday became the fastest batsman to score 12,000 runs in One-Day Internationals (ODIs). Kohli reached the milestone in the third and final ODI of the three-match series against Australia at the Manuka Oval.

Online classes helped students complete curriculum in a pandemic: Nishank
Indian Navy test-fires anti-ship version of BrahMos
Vaccine will not be released for mass use unless proven immunogenic: Serum Institute
SC: Corona notices make patients 'untouchables' for others
  • SC: Corona notices make patients 'untouchables' for others(13:06)

    New Delhi, Dec 1 (IANS) Even as the Supreme Court on Tuesday observed that Covid-19 notices pasted outside residences of patients lead to their considerations as "untouchables" by others, the Centre washed its hands off the matter by saying states may have decided to do so.

Farm laws bring new options to farmers: Modi
  • Farm laws bring new options to farmers: Modi(16:22)

    Varanasi (UP), Nov 30 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that the new farm laws have brought new options and opportunities for farmers and also provides legal protection against to them.

Shabad, Gurbani resonates as farmers' protests enter 5th day on Gurpurab
Committed to welfare of hardworking farmers: Modi
  • Committed to welfare of hardworking farmers: Modi(12:20)

    New Delhi, Nov 29 (IANS) Even as thousands of farmers rallied on Delhi's interstate borders with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that he was committed to the welfare of hardworking farmers, and the Centres' new farm laws were a step in this direction.

Woman uses social media to search for missing brother
Wuhan authorities find Covid-19 on imported frozen food
  • Wuhan authorities find Covid-19 on imported frozen food(09:20)

    Wuhan, Nov 29 (IANS) Authorities in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the novel coronavirus is likely to have originated in December 2019, said that three imported frozen food packaging samples have tested positive for Covid-19.

CAIT demands 7-day ban on Amazon for violating country of origin rule
  • CAIT demands 7-day ban on Amazon for violating country of origin rule(15:04)

    New Delhi, Nov 27 (IANS) The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) is highly dejected with the minimum amount penalty of merely Rs 25,000 levied on Amazon India by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs for not providing the mandatory details of 'Country of Origin' of the products displayed on its platform.

UK royal family 'cannot stomach' watching 'The Crown' (Ld)
  • UK royal family 'cannot stomach' watching 'The Crown' (Ld)(13:24)
    By Hitesh Tikoo

    London, Nov 27 (IANS) The UK royal family "cannot stomach" watching "The Crown" despite the popularity of the Netflix series which is based on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, according to a royal commentator.

India awaits light  for 26/11 darkness
  • India awaits light for 26/11 darkness(09:22)

    New Delhi, Nov 27 (IANS) India's 26/11 terror attack case is predicated on Pakistan's well conceived plan using proxies. The ontological relationship between the civil-military-Jehadi complex which typifies and symbolises the toxic Pakistan mindset refuses to accept that it is the progenitor of terror, rather it prefers to play the victim card. Sadly 12 years later there is no closure for India in this matter. The deep and profound interiority of faith which has strong under pinning with the trinity that controls Pakistan establishment is embedded in their psyche.

JuD to scale up its Kashmir campaign (IANS Exclusive)
Dosing error: AstraZeneca faces tough questions about Covid vax
  • Dosing error: AstraZeneca faces tough questions about Covid vax(19:20)

    New York, Nov 26 (IANS) After disclosing promising results from its Covid-19 vaccine trial earlier this week, drugmaker AstraZeneca is now facing tough questions from experts, especially after the company admitted a manufacturing error by a contractor.

No clarity on Rohit, would have preferred him here: Kohli
  • No clarity on Rohit, would have preferred him here: Kohli(19:14)

    New Delhi, Nov 26 (IANS) India captain Virat Kohli on the eve of the first One-day International against Australia on Thursday said that there had been no clarity on the injuries of Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma and that had they been undergoing rehab with the squad in Australia, like Wriddhiman Saha, it would have increased their chances to play the Tests.

Foreign Secy Shringla in Nepal to mend ties, holds talks (Ld)