Friday, February 24, 2017

Pollution woes: Air masks flying off shelves

With Delhi witnessing its worst spell of smog in 17 years, sale of air masks has seen an upsurge in the past week with...

Delhi smog: Rise in asthma, allergy, breathlessness cases

Cases of severe breathlessness, asthma and allergy have sharply risen in Delhi as the city remains blanketed in thick layer of toxic air due...

Over 90% of world breathing bad air: WHO

Nine out of 10 people globally are breathing poor quality air, the World Health Organization said on Monday, calling for dramatic action against pollution...

India to ratify Paris Climate Change agreement on October 2: PM

India will ratify the Paris pact on Climate Change on October 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday, in a surprise announcement that...

Hundreds of ‘Living fossil’ crabs are mysteriously dying in Japan

Hundreds of horseshoe crabs - known as 'living fossils' because they are among the Earth's oldest creatures - have been found dead in southern...

IndiGo enters partnership with Travelport

Domestic budget carrier IndiGo has partnered with travel commerce platform Travelport to distribute its fares and ancillary products to portal's customers. This distribution platform will...

47-ft-long whale rescued along Konkan coast

A 47-feet long blue whale was rescued from the sea along a beach in Maharashtra's coastal area Konkan and was successfully put back into...

India, Greece sign MoU for air services agreement

India today inked a preliminary pact with Greece for bilateral Air Services Agreement that proposes to allow unlimited points of call for domestic airlines...

Travel on Tejas trains to be more expensive than Shatabdi

Passengers will have to cough up 20 to 30% more than the existing fares of premier Shatabdi Express to travel by the Tejas trains...

Rare, deep-Earth tremor shook the planet

Using the seismic equipment, researchers have detected a rare deep-tremor on the ocean floor in Japan for the first time. They have managed to...

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Big B admires kids who choose family profession

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he admires children who follow professions which are traditional in their families. The "Piku" star launched Ustad Amjad Ali Khan's sons...

India to be fastest growing economy among G-20 nations:Moody’s

India will be the fastest growing economy among G-20 countries clocking a 7.1 per cent growth in 2017, Moody's Investors Service said . The Indian...

Wind power tariff drops to a record low of Rs 3.46 per unit

Wind power tariff dropped to a record low of Rs 3.46 per unit in an auction of 1,000 MW capacity conducted by Solar Energy...

Indian shot dead in US, shooter yells ‘get out of my country’

An Indian engineer was killed and two others were injured after an American man yelling "get out of my country" opened fire on them...

US should stop being manipulated by Pak: ex-Pentagon official

The US should stop being manipulated by Pakistan and cease all military and financial aid to the country, a former top Pentagon official has...

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Indian shot dead in US, shooter yells ‘get out of my country’

An Indian engineer was killed and two others were injured after an American man yelling "get out of my country" opened fire on them...

US should stop being manipulated by Pak: ex-Pentagon official

The US should stop being manipulated by Pakistan and cease all military and financial aid to the country, a former top Pentagon official has...

North Korea lashes Malaysia over Kim Jong-Un’s half brother’s assassination

North Korea's state media broke a 10-day silence today on the murder of Kim Jong-Un's half brother, launching a ferocious assault on Malaysia for...

Syria talks may not yield breakthrough: UN envoy

As talks on the crisis in Syria kicked off in Geneva, the UN Special Envoy for the war-torn country acknowledged he is not expecting...

Trump’s nationalist agenda ignores his global business empire: Report

US President Donald Trump's organisation owns many trademarks across the world, including in India, that could add to concerns over conflicts of interest in...