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Girl brutalised, left in field with abdomen cut open in UP village
Crime/Disaster/Accident National 09:40 AM

Girl brutalised, left in field with abdomen cut open in UP village

Pilibhit (Uttar Pradesh), Dec 4 (IANS) In a gruesome murder, a nine-year-old girl was brutalised, mutilated and left to die in a wheat field on the outskirts of Madhopur village under the Amaria police station in Pilibhit .

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MCD polls: Delhi's BJP chief casts vote, says 'people know the best'
IANS Special Series National 10:28 AM

MCD polls: Delhi's BJP chief casts vote, says 'people know the best'

New Delhi, Dec 4 (IANS) As the voting for Municipal Corporation of Delhi was underway on Sunday, Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta cast his vote at the West Patel Nagar ward and later said that people know who is the best to vote for.

IANS PREMIUM: EXECUTIVE VS JUDICIARY

AP govt, High Court embroiled in battle of wills over state capital Amaravati
EXECUTIVE VS JUDICIARY General 10:10 AM

AP govt, High Court embroiled in battle of wills over state capital Amaravati

Amaravati, Dec 4 (IANS) Andhra Pradesh recently witnessed an unprecedented situation when the legislature attacked a High Court order which questioned legislative competence, and asked the judiciary to respect other constitutional institutions, namely, the legislature and the execut...

IANS PREMIUM: BHOPAL - LINGERING PAIN

The doc who saw it all remembers the cold and horrific Dec night
Crime/Disaster/Accident General 05:44 PM

The doc who saw it all remembers the cold and horrific Dec night

Bhopal, Dec 3 (IANS) H.H. Trivedi, who's now in his 80s and still runs a clinic in Bhopal's Arera Colony, takes a long breath while recalling the fateful night of December 2-3, 1984, when the apital city of Madhya Pradesh turned into a chamber of toxic methyl isocyanate (MIC) fumes.

NATIONAL

Yogi govt to raise Divyang pension
National Human Interest... 11:34 AM

Yogi govt to raise Divyang pension

Lucknow, Dec 4 (IANS) Uttar Pradesh government has decided to raise the pensions given to specially-abled people under the government's Divyang pension scheme from Rs 1,000 to Rs 1,500 per month.

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HINDI

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IANS PREMIUM: FOOTBALL'S GREATEST SHOW

FIFA World Cup: The Netherlands qualify for quarters with empathic 3-1 win over USA
Sports FIFA FEVER 11:12 PM

FIFA World Cup: The Netherlands qualify for quarters with empathic 3-1 win over USA

Doha (Qatar), Dec 3 (IANS) Denzel Dumfries did the star act for The Netherlands as he provided two assists and scored a goal against the United States to seal a 3-1 win and a place in the FIFA World Cup quarterfinals for his team

FOCUS

Rolling back liquor ban in Bihar may be political harakiri for Nitish Kumar
Focus General 08:28 AM

Rolling back liquor ban in Bihar may be political harakiri for Nitish Kumar

Patna, Dec 4 (IANS) In a dry state Bihar, deaths due to spurious liquor seems to to becoming a regular affair. However, rolling back the decision of liquor ban in the state may politically turn suicidal for the Nitish government and the JD(U).

NEIGHBOURHOOD IN DISTRESS

Daesh planning to carry out suicide attack in Pakistan
International NEIGHBOURHOOD 11:42 AM

Daesh planning to carry out suicide attack in Pakistan

Quetta, Dec 4 (IANS) The Balochistan police have issued a threat alert for a suicide attack on security forces in Pakistan's Quetta, local media reported.

DEEP-DIVE

Batteryless device detects Covid droplets in the air around you
Science/Technology Technology 11:24 AM

Batteryless device detects Covid droplets in the air around you

Tokyo, Dec 4 (IANS) Researchers have developed a unique batteryless and wireless device that can detect within no time coronavirus in the air, if your surroundings contain Covid-19 particles or droplets the moment they enter the vicinity.

INDIA ABROAD

Ethnic minorities, including Indians, face racism in Belfast: Study
International INDIA ABROAD 09:32 AM

Ethnic minorities, including Indians, face racism in Belfast: Study

London, Dec 4 (IANS) Ethnic minorities in the UK's Belfast region, including Indians, face challenges of racism, isolation and poverty, impacting their participation in political, social, and economic life, a new study has revealed.

INTERNATIONAL

54 killed, 252 injured in Myanmar highway crashes in 11 months
International Politics 11:16 AM

54 killed, 252 injured in Myanmar highway crashes in 11 months

Yangon, Dec 4 (IANS) Fifty-four people were killed and 252 others injured in connection with 152 traffic accidents on Myanmar's Yangon-Mandalay highway in the first 11 months of 2022, the newspaper Myawady reported.

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IANS PHOTO GALLERY

Bhubaneshwar : An awareness march for disability rights being taken out on the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities from Indira Gandhi park to Utkal Mandap in Bhubaneswar on Saturday, December 03, 2022. (Photo:Biswanath swain/IANS)

New Delhi: Bhopal Gas Tragedy survivors stage a demonstration and demand adequate compensation on its 38th anniversary at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on December 03, 2022. (Photo: IANS/Wasim Sarvar)

Bengaluru: Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh during the inauguration of Gita Jayanti, at ISKCON Sri Rajadhiraja Govinda Temple, Kanakapura Road, in Bengaluru on Saturday 3rd December 2022.(PHOTO:IANS)

Nagpur :Workers sorted out oranges at wholesale Market in Nagpur on Saturday December 03,2022.(Photo: Chandrakant Bhimrao Paddhane/IANS)

Delhi:Raisina Hills lit up purple to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities in New Delhi on Saturday December 03,2022.(Photo: Wasim Sarvar/IANS)

Bhubaneshwar : An awareness march for disability rights being taken
out on the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities
from Indira Gandhi park to Utkal Mandap in Bhubaneswar on Saturday,
December 03, 2022. (Photo:Biswanath swain/IANS)
New Delhi: Bhopal Gas Tragedy survivors stage a demonstration
and demand adequate compensation on its 38th anniversary at Jantar
Mantar in New Delhi on December 03, 2022. (Photo: IANS/Wasim Sarvar)
Bengaluru: Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh during the
inauguration of Gita Jayanti, at ISKCON Sri Rajadhiraja Govinda
Temple, Kanakapura Road, in Bengaluru on Saturday 3rd December
2022.(PHOTO:IANS)
Nagpur :Workers sorted out oranges at wholesale Market in
Nagpur on Saturday December 03,2022.(Photo: Chandrakant Bhimrao
Paddhane/IANS)
Delhi:Raisina Hills lit up purple to mark the International Day of
Persons with Disabilities in New Delhi on Saturday December
03,2022.(Photo: Wasim Sarvar/IANS)

BUSINESS

Elon Musk advises Joe Biden to just buy a Tesla
Business Technology 11:12 AM

Elon Musk advises Joe Biden to just buy a Tesla

San Francisco, Dec 4 (IANS) Elon Musk on Sunday advised Joe Biden to buy a Tesla, as the US President revealed plans to build 5 lakh electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the country.

SPORTS

IND v BAN, 1st ODI: Kuldeep Sen debuts as Bangladesh win toss, elect to bowl first against India
Sports Cricket 11:24 AM

IND v BAN, 1st ODI: Kuldeep Sen debuts as Bangladesh win toss, elect to bowl first against India

Dhaka, Dec 4 (IANS) Bangladesh captain Litton Das on Sunday has won the toss and elected to bowl first against India in their ODI series opener at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS) in Mirpur, Dhaka.

ECB will only accept really lucrative offers for The Hundred, indicates chairman Richard Thompson
Sports Cricket 11:02 AM

ECB will only accept really lucrative offers for The Hundred, indicates chairman Richard Thompson

London, Dec 4 (IANS) The England and Wales (ECB) chairman Richard Thompson has said his benchmark for selling The Hundred -- a franchise 100-ball cricket tournament involving eight men's and eight women's teams which first took place in 2021 -- was in billions, considering the fact ...

SHOWCASE

Mithilanchal's makhana may be hip, but its growers don't get ample returns
General SHOWCASE 11:10 AM

Mithilanchal's makhana may be hip, but its growers don't get ample returns

Darbhanga, Dec 4 (IANS) A famous saying in Mithilanchal which goes along the lines of "Pag-pag pokhar maach makhan, Madhur bol muski mukh paan; Vidya, vaibhav, shanti prateek, Itheek Mithil ki pehchaan" fairly describes its identity being closely entwined with pokhar (ponds), maach ...

SPOTLIGHT

Amritsar gears up to host education event in G20 summit lead-up
General Human Interest/Society 08:30 AM

Amritsar gears up to host education event in G20 summit lead-up

Amritsar, Dec 4 (IANS) The city of Amritsar, home to Sikhism's holiest shrine, the Golden Temple, that witnessed one of the bloodiest episodes in colonial India, a massacre of unarmed civilians in 1919, in northern India is gearing up to host a side event on education of G20 dignita...

Entertainment

Asrani looks back at how he copied Hitler while playing jailer in 'Sholay'
Cinema/Showbiz TV/OTT 11:40 AM

Asrani looks back at how he copied Hitler while playing jailer in 'Sholay'

Mumbai, Dec 4 (IANS) 'Hum angrezon ke zamane ke jailer hai'! This iconic dialogue from the 1975 action drama 'Sholay' is still remembered and much credit for it goes to ace comedian Asrani, who made it immortal. He spoofed Adolf Hitler in his inimitable style and the actor remembers...

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY

Samsung, LG phones at risk of malware attacks
Science/Technology Technology 11:16 AM

Samsung, LG phones at risk of malware attacks

San Francisco, Dec 4 (IANS) Samsung and LG phones are reportedly at risk of malware attacks because of a leaked Android certificate.

IANS Life

  • Veganism for Conscious Living (Opinion)
    General IANS Life 10:24 PM

    Veganism for Conscious Living (Opinion)

    Sustainable, cruelty-free, antibiotic-free, ethically-produced, plant-based veganism that was a niche sector till recently is now gaining worldwide popularity. As distinct from vegetarianism, veganism seeks to avoid the unnecessary disturbing or suffering of all living beings, and is practiced as a diet, lifestyle and fashion alternative with people choosing plant-based products over those made from or mandates testing on animals. Veganism was the minority of another minority class of vegetarians but is now enjoying the spotlight with the move towards conscious living gaining currency during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • 5 Veterans, 57 Himalayan passes, 31 days
    General IANS Life 07:52 PM

    5 Veterans, 57 Himalayan passes, 31 days

    New Delhi, Dec 3 (IANSlife) A team of five veterans representing the Army, the Navy and the Air Force successfully created a unique world record, to spread the message of responsible drinking and generate awareness against the perils of drunken driving.

  • India's largest Baithak
    General IANS Life 07:46 PM

    India's largest Baithak

    New Delhi, Dec 3 (IANSlife) JHOOM, India's largest Baithak, brought to you by IBTIDA-Ek Mehfil, brings the majesty of old Hindustan to modern India. As we go into the chaos of love, longing, and everything else that Sufism embodies, the event transcends time and unites every emotion.

  • What to look forward to at Magnetic Fields 2022
    General IANS Life 07:34 PM

    What to look forward to at Magnetic Fields 2022

    New Delhi, Dec 3 (IANSlife) Magnetic Fields, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful festivals in the world for its fusion of traditional arts and modern culture, has fast come to stand for an India that is proud of its past and forward-looking in its vision.

  • A look at the Green Mediterranean diet...
    General IANS Life 07:20 PM

    A look at the Green Mediterranean diet...

    New Delhi, Dec 3 (IANSlife) Diets can be taken up for a variety of reasons, including weight loss, weight gain, hormonal balancing, bodybuilding, and so on... but the final goal should be to maintain a balanced diet for optimal health and nutrition.

  • Kareena Kapoor Khan reveals her kid's skincare routine
    General IANS Life 07:10 PM

    Kareena Kapoor Khan reveals her kid's skincare routine

    New Delhi, Dec 3 (IANSlife) Not all babies, like all adults, have the same skincare routine. Given the many brand taglines, we are all bewildered as to which product to use for our children with a profusion of options accessible on the market. To address these concerns, IANSlife chatted with Kareena Kapoor Khan, Cetaphil brand spokesperson, who revealed her kid's skincare routine.

  • 5 ways to use honey for soft skin
    General IANS Life 07:02 PM

    5 ways to use honey for soft skin

    New Delhi, Dec 3 (IANSlife) Honey is a wonderful substance that does wonders on your skin. Honey is usually an excellent suggestion for skin care. Effective beauty treatments can be created by combining natural components that can be found in your home. Here are some tips from Harish Singla, Customer Service Manager (CSM), Forever Living Products India, for soft skin.

  • Jaipur Literature Festival announces a stellar line-up for its 2023 edition
    General IANS Life 05:54 PM

    Jaipur Literature Festival announces a stellar line-up for its 2023 edition

    New Delhi, Dec 2 (IANSlife) The legendary Jaipur Literature Festival, which honours the value of literature, is scheduled to take place from January 19 through January 23, 2023. For its 2023 edition, the literary extravaganza will celebrate the best in fiction, non-fiction, food, history, current affairs and politics, AI and technology, translations, poetry, adaptations and music, language, climate crisis, noir, identity, medicine and health, and cryptocurrency and economy at Hotel Clarks, Amer, Jaipur. The event will feature a prestigious host of speakers, authors, and humanitarians.

  • Art & Cultural Pop Up
    General IANS Life 05:46 PM

    Art & Cultural Pop Up

    New Delhi, Dec 2 (IANSlife) All You Can Street is a concept based on the creation and celebration of culture, and it inspires changes by bringing you the newest trends in music, fashion, and visual arts. The event brings together a variety of cultural domains and gives a platform to the domestic artists and fashion houses of India. It is a carefully designed venue for your everyday creative.

  • Dia Mirza appeals for stringent regulations to ensure safer sanitary napkins
    General IANS Life 05:42 PM

    Dia Mirza appeals for stringent regulations to ensure safer sanitary napkins

    New Delhi, Dec 2 (IANSlife) Dia Mirza, Goodwill ambassador for UNEP, has been vocal about the damaging effects of sanitary napkins on the environment for years. Now, she is raising her worries about a recent report by the NGO Toxics Link titled "Menstrual Waste 2022."

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