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Israel-India collaboration to develop 30-second COVID diagnostic kit, team of researchers and equipment arrive from Tel Aviv in special flight
Over 20 researchers from Israel's IDF, health ministry and industries associated with diagnostic solutions arrived in India to carry out the final stages of the testing of a rapid diagnosis kit for COVID-19 with DRDO scientists.
India welcomes persecuted minorities from Afghanistan: First batch of 11 Hindus and Sikhs arrive in Delhi
On Sunday, the first batch of the last remaining Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan landed in India. India is to grant them permanent residency and eventually citizenship.
Was Rahul Gandhi the first to come up with the concept of ‘One District, One Product’: Here is the truth
While Rahul Gandhi talked about ‘One District One Product’ in February 2017, Gujarat CM & UP BJP manifesto mentioned it earlier
Jammu and Kashmir: Remote villages in Shopian get electricity for the first time with PM’s Soubhagya scheme
Electricity to these villages has been provided under the central government's Saubhagya Scheme launched by PM Modi in 2017.
Government issues formal sanction letter for grant of Permanent Commission to women officers in Indian Army
The order grants Permanent Commission to Short Service Commissioned (SSC) women officers in all ten streams of Indian Army
Maharashtra: Thackeray govt approves Rs 50,000 annually to each Bombay HC judge as ‘spectacle allowances’
In a resolution, the MVA government in Maharashtra has approved an allowance of Rs 50000 annually for the spectacles of judges and their family members.
N-95 masks may not stop the virus if worn by an already infected person, govt issues advisory against its use
The central government has asked states and union territories to encourage their citizens to use homemade cloth masks instead of valved N-95 masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Earlier, a 55-year-old Nidan Singh Sachdeva, an Afghan Sikh community leader was abducted by extremist groups and was released after much effort by Indian and Afghan authorities.
Mass Promotions of students due to Coronavirus lockdown: How an ‘Easy way out’ can tun into a “Way out”
The carrot of promotion which is being dangled in front of students to gain political momentum effectively divides students into two classes
“No Namaaz in Masjid”, Maharashtra Government tells Muslims to pray at home during Bakri Eid due to coronavirus
Maharashtra govt have asked Muslims to celebrate Bakri Eid in a simple manner, and banned prayer in mosques during the eid
After requesting CBI inquiry in Sushant Singh Rajput death case, Rhea Chakraborty objects to the same, invokes Bihar elections
Rhea Chakraborty insinuates that Sushant's death was being isolated and blown out of proportion in wake of elections in Bihar
Indians, how they get ‘secularism’ so horribly wrong and how the atmosphere changed after Islam and Christianity entered India
Indians are generally highly intelligent. Yet when it comes to secularism, most intellectuals, media and politicians get the concept wrong, so wrong that it looks as if Indians were purposely fed wrong information.
Meet Kanta Murti, the woman who guarded a manhole and saved hundreds of lives as heavy rains flooded Mumbai
Kanta Murti, a 50-year-old pavement dweller, was seen in a viral video guarding an open manhole for 7 hours in Mumbai’s Matunga
Political History of India
Did you know? 1962 Sino-India war could have been avoided had former PM Nehru paid heed to professional military advice
Nehru and his government had ignored warnings by the Indian Army about a possible Chinese aggression, says 2012 report by Gaurav Sawant.
Congress party has embarked on a campaign to claim that the BJP is using bots to show Narendra Modi is more popular than Rahul Gandhi.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s brother-in-law gives a befitting reply to toxic journalism of Shekhar Gupta’s portal
Sushant Singh Rajput's brother-in-law Vishal Kirti on Sunday slammed Shekhar Gupta and his portal for toxic journalism.
The name 'Binod', which has now become the talk of the town and trending on Twitter, originated from a YouTube channel 'Slayy Point'
Reports claim Sushant Singh Rajput’s former manager Disha Salian’s post-mortem report says she was found nude after her death, Mumbai police deny the reports
According to the post-mortem report of Disha Salian, her body was found nude, which was not revealed by the police so far
Rhea Chakraborty leaks WhatsApp conversation to accuse that Sushant Singh Rajput considered his sister Priyanka as ‘pure evil’
Rhea Chakraborty tries to prove that Sushant Singh Rajput did not like his family, releases chat messages with him
Muslim Cleric in Sindh province in Pakistan on the run after video of hem raping a child inside a mosque emerges, case registered