The ancestor of the Novel Coronavirus strain from China may have entered India in November or December before the first confirmed case was found...
A study by Indian scientists reveal that the ancestor of Wuhan coronavirus strain was in circulation in India as early as November 2019.
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Coronavirus: The ‘scientists’ who have given clean chit to Tablighi Jamaatis for being super spreaders in India had also demanded withdrawal of CAA
On 8th April, a group identifying itself as 'Indian Scientists' Response to COVID-19' (ISRC) issued a public statement giving a clean chit to the Tablighi Jamaat attendees in their role of being super spreaders for Chinese coronavirus in India.
Coronavirus: Gita Ramjee, an eminent South African virologist of Indian origin succumbs to the infection taking the death toll in the country to 5
Gita Ramjee had returned from London a week ago but reportedly showed no symptoms of COVID-19
Chandrayaan 2: As the nation rallies behind ISRO, and prays for Vikram lander, ‘liberal’ hate spills over
Some people are so consumed with their hatred for PM Modi that for them, the hopes and efforts of a nation and the hard work of scientists involved do not hold any value at all.
"When ISRO has an entire encyclopedia of success, a couple of setbacks cannot take us out of trajectory", said PM Modi to scientists at ISRO.
‘Anti-satellite missile test can’t be kept secret as satellites are tracked by multiple stations’, DRDO Chief on Mission Shakti
Highlighting the contribution of women in the success of Mission Shakti, the DRDO Chief said that there were at least 30-32 women scientists or technicians involved in the mission
Indian secularism finished Nambi Narayanan. It took India 20 more years to build the cryogenic engine Nambi Narayan was working on
The tragic death of Homi Bhabha and the trend of top Indian scientists dying under mysterious circumstances
Between 2009 and 2013, there were 11 unnatural deaths of nuclear scientists in India
The display comes weeks after our PM, announced to launch the mission by 2022 to commemorate the 75th independence of India.
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Despite shrill Rafale campaign, Rahul Gandhi has attended zero sittings of Parliamentary Committee on Defence
Rahul Gandhi has not attended a single sitting of the of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence.
The 1.7 MW solar power plant of Indian Railways will feed power to the overhead power lines to power the traction systems of locomotives
Ladakh standoff: Tibetan community in Manali cheer for Indian Army, wave flags as the convoy passes by
The current standoff between India and China began on May 5-6 and has been continuing all along the LAC up to Sikkim.
Agra’s Taj Mahal may reopen from Monday with restrictions, district authorities in dilemma as fresh cases rise
The visitors to the Taj Mahal will have to mandatorily wear masks at all times, and keep their distance from each other.
The newer generation seems as clueless about politics as the current opposition leaders.
Ahead of the release of Mahesh Bhatt’s Sadak 2, clips of him praising Islamist preacher Zakir Naik goes viral
"We, as Indians, owe it to our brother (Zakir Naik) who is national pride, (and) a prized treasure," Bhatt was heard as saying.
Kim Kardashian as First Lady? Rapper Kanye West announces he is running for US President, Elon Musk extends his support
US-based rapper Kanye West today took to Twitter to announce that he's going to run for President in the upcoming Presidential elections in America.
Kanpur encounter: Circle Officer DSP Devendra Mishra’s head and toes cut off by Vikas Dubey’s men, autopsy reveals
The autopsy report of the eight policemen who died in one of the bloodiest encounters in UP History has revealed Maoist-style ambush and extreme brutality.
UK, UAE, EU, and Malaysia start crackdown on Pakistan’s official carrier PIA after report that 30% of Pakistani pilots have fake licenses
Several countries have started disallowing PIA flights after Pakistan aviation minister revealed that 30% of Pakistani pilots had fake licenses
Uttar Pradesh: Ahead of Bakri Eid, PETA’s appeal to stop goat slaughter infuriates Islamic clerics, bully them into removing hoardings
PETA had put up a hoarding in Qaiserbagh, which displayed a huge picture of a goat and urged people to turn vegan