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The Print tries to brazen it out after quietly editing their report, gets called out again by IIT professor: Here is what happened

Prof. Agarwal accused the Print of misinterpreting the report by giving a spin to his original observation to imply that India had deliberately missed reporting cases.

Which European country will become Muslim majority by which year? Here is what one research says

The growing Muslim population will enforce drastic changes in Europe, be it socially, politically and economically.

JNU scientists Dr Anand Ranganathan and Shailaja Singh make a pioneering discovery for malaria treatment

Dr Anand Ranganathan's team collaborated with another group headed by Shailaja Singh and Nishant Joshi at Shiv Nadar University for the study.

National Education Policy 2020: The prospect of research and innovation

he government has announced the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The new vision of the government has redefined the trajectory of education by bringing about momentous structural changes in the Education System of India

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.

Sri Lankan govt launches research to find out ancient aviation technology used by Ravana, seeks relevant material from public

Sri Lankan government to conduct in-depth research on Ravana and the ancient aviation history of the country.

New swine flu virus with ‘pandemic potential’ identified by researchers in China: Study

The paper found that about 4.4% of the general population have already been exposed to the new strain of the Swine flu virus.

While Kashmiri Islamists cheer for China, Uighur Muslims face ‘demographic genocide’, birth rates fall by 60% in 3 years: Reports

While the repression of Uighurs Muslims in Xinjiang in China is well known, Islamists in Kashmir were recently spotted cheering for the PLA during the ongoing Indo-China conflict.

Genetic research suggests link between blood type and susceptibility to coronavirus, says ‘O’ group less likely to get infected

Initial findings of 23andMe research suggest blood type O is less likely to get Covid-19 infection. Another study claims that patients with blood type A are more likely to need ventilator support.

Coronavirus outbreak in China may have begun in August and not December 2019 as claimed: Harvard study

While the study could not directly confirm that the dramatic increase in hospital traffic is due to coronavirus, it gave credence to the hypothesis that the outbreak of the pandemic may have happened before its identification in the wet markets of Wuhan.

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The Keystone XL pipeline and why Joe Biden’s executive order has riled up Canada and fears of job loss

On Friday, US President Joe Biden will make his first call with Justin Trudeau on Friday and discuss the issue of keystone pipeline.

Not a satire: North Korea raises concerns about ‘human rights violations’ in Australia at the UN

North Korea raised concerns on human right violations in Australia during the universal period review at the UN Human Rights Council

NCB busts drug racket based out of Pakistan and Sri Lanka after seizing heroin worth Rs 1,000 crore from a boat

NCB and the Indian Coast Guard had intercepted a vessel near the Tuticorin Port and found 95.87 kg of heroin in November 2020

Tamil YouTube channel reporter harasses Brahmin women and peddles caste hatred; Indu Makkal Katchi to file a complaint on the incident

A reporter of a Tamil YouTube channel Red Pix was seen harassing a woman and peddling caste hatred against Brahmin people

How Brazil thanked India for sending Coronavirus vaccine doses: Pawan Putra Hanuman

President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has expressed his gratitude towards India and Prime Minister Modi for vaccine exports from our country.

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Rajdeep Sardesai ‘baffled’ by India Today survey that shows Modi govt winning a sweeping majority if elections held today: Details

Taking to Twitter, Sardesai said that he was 'baffled' to see that despite the economic hardships resulted by the pandemic, Indians still love the Modi government.

#BanSportsTak: Netizens angry after India Today owned sports channel claims Virat Kohli suffers from ‘disorder’

"It is a disorder for a captain to (be as aggressive as Virat Kohli). It might be acceptable for a player to have this aggression (but nor for a captain)," the journalist claimed.

Left-wing fury at Vir Sanghvi shows just how much ‘liberals’ hate Hindus

Vir Sanghvi published a column about the ‘shameful persecution’ of Munawar Faruqui and the ‘bogus controversy’ around Tandav

How Brazil thanked India for sending Coronavirus vaccine doses: Pawan Putra Hanuman

President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has expressed his gratitude towards India and Prime Minister Modi for vaccine exports from our country.

Arnab vs Navika: Arnab responds to Navika’s emotional monologue, says he carried his shoes with him

Recently, Navika Kumar said that when Arnab left Time Now, she had his shoes to fill. However, Arnab gives a befitting reply.

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