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  • Overhaul of IPC, CrPC sections in cards to improve conviction rates December 2, 2019
    With as little as less than 23 per cent of conviction rate under the present criminal laws, the Centre is all set to make changes in the British-enacted Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) sections that came up during the Raj, and prepare a layout for criminal investigation, specially based on […]
  • White House says will refuse to take part in impeachment hearing December 2, 2019
    US President Donald Trump”s attorney has said that the White House will not participate in congressional hearings set for Wednesday that will consider passing impeachment articles against the president. “We cannot fairly be expected to participate in a hearing while the witnesses are yet to be named and while it remains unclear whether the Judiciary […]
  • Your guide to Japan in December December 1, 2019
    With seasonal highlights, and a weather that ranges from autumnal cool to proper winter cold, Japan can be breathtakingly beautiful in December. Japan”s Oshogatsu holiday season comes at the end of the month with Christmas being more of a token event. Crisp, clear winter skies make mountain vistas pop against azure backgrounds with everything seeming […]
  • Root survives with his ton as New Zealand make inroads December 1, 2019
    New Zealand struck crucial blows late on day three of the second Test to have England in trouble despite centuries from Joe Root and Rory Burns in Hamilton on Sunday. England captain Root ended his run drought with an unbeaten 114 while Burns survived on luck to post 101 but when rain ended play 16 […]
  • BSF working on tech solutions to combat drones along Indo-Pak border, Says BSF Director General December 1, 2019
    The Border Security Force (BSF) is working on technical solutions to combat the threat of rogue drones along the India-Pakistan International Border, the chief of the force said on Sunday. BSF Director General V K Johri also said that the force has expanded its “strategic capabilities” by using new technology and intelligence to guard the […]
  • Iraqis keep up anti-regime demos despite PM”s vow to quit November 30, 2019
    Iraqis kept up anti-government protests in Baghdad and the south on Saturday, unsatisfied with the premier”s vowed resignation and insisting on the overhaul of a system they say is corrupt and beholden to foreign powers. Protesters have hit the streets since early October in the largest grassroots movement Iraq has seen in decades, sparked by […]
  • Jharkhand elections: BJP, Cong workers clash in Daltonganj November 30, 2019
    The Congress and BJP workers clashed at the Koshiyara polling station in Daltonganj Assembly constituency on Saturday during the first phase of voting in the Jharkhand Assembly elections on Saturday. It is alleged that Congress candidate K. N. Tripathi”s convoy was pelted stones by supporters of BJP candidate Alok Chaurasia following which Tripathi take out […]
  • Terrorism in Kashmir at minimum in first six months of Modi 2.0: Javadekar November 30, 2019
    Terrorism in Kashmir has been at a minimum level after the repeal of Article 370, Union minister Prakash Javadekar said Saturday, describing the first six months of the Modi government”s second term as dedicated to development and security of the country. Javadekar said India has had a little impact of the global economic slowdown and […]
  • AIIMS bank fraud: In few cases wherein SBI branches had ‘honoured’ some fake cheques worth Rs 12.44 crores November 30, 2019
    As per the report, Dr Arti Vij, PRO, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to ANI news agency on AIIMS bank fraud, adding AIIMS detected a few cases wherein State Bank of India branches had ‘honoured’ some cloned/fake cheques worth Rs 12.44 crores. Dr Arti Vij, PRO, AIIMS said that, AIIMS brought the fraud […]
  • J”khand polls Phase 1: Over 11% polling November 30, 2019
    Maoist threats appear to have failed to make any impact in the first phase of Jharkhand Assembly elections underway on 13 seats on Saturday, as 13.23 per cent voting was registered in the first two hours in Latehar assembly seat where the Left insurgents had killed four policemen just a few days ago. Overall, there […]


  • India has put 310 foreign satellites till date November 27, 2019
    India on Wednesday crossed the milestone of launching 300 foreign satellites on Wednesday morning when its rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-XL (PSLV-XL) put into orbit 13 nano satellites from the US. With this successful launch India has till date launched 310 foreign satellites for a fee. The American satellites were piggy backing on the rocket”s […]
  • India to Mark Constitution Day On Nov 26, the day fell on the 11th anniversary of 26/11 November 26, 2019
    As you know that, India’s Constitution Day fell on the 11th anniversary of the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai. Meanwhile, President Shri Ram Nath Kovind expressed, he stated that, On the 11th anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks, we remember everyone who lost their lives and mourn with their families. A grateful nation salutes the […]
  • India’s PSLV rocket lifts-off with Cartosat-3 and 13 US satellites: LIVE November 26, 2019
    India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-XL (PSLV-XL) rocket carrying advanced earth observation satellite Cartosat-3 and 13 US nano satellites lifted off from the second launch pad of the rocket port on Nov 27. At about 9.28 a.m. the 44.4 metre tall, weighing 320 ton rocket blasted off from the second launch pad at the country’s rocket […]
  • Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ with the Nation: 24 November 2019 November 24, 2019
    On Nov 24, Highlighting an interesting initiative by CBSE to promote fitness among youngsters. PM Narendra Modi urges schools to follow a Fit India week in the month of December. Discussing a wide range of issues during #MannKiBaat today. Tune in. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 24, 2019 During Mann Ki Baat on Nov […]
  • Jammu gets first exclusive super speciality cancer hospital in a partnership with ASCOMS November 23, 2019
    South Asia’s leading chain of cancer hospitals named “American Oncology Institute” (AOI), On Nov 23 extended its services to Jammu and Kashmir with the inauguration of its 11th cancer care centre. AOI along with Surgical Oncology and Nuclear Medicine, based on the international treatment guidelines in cancer care. The Cancer Super Speciality hospital will enable […]
  • G20 foreign ministers commit to WTO reforms November 23, 2019
    G20 foreign ministers have pledged to push for reforms in the World Trade Organization (WTO) during a meeting Saturday in the Japanese city of Nagoya. The announcement was made by Japan’s Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi at a press conference on the agreements reached at the event, which also marked the conclusion of Japan’s rotating presidency […]
  • Further demand slowdown on the cards, Says NCAER November 16, 2019
    Economic think-tank, “National Council of Applied Economic Research” (NCAER) on Nov 16 stated that, India is likely to see a further slowdown in aggregate demand and GDP growth during 2019-20. It also anticipated a recurrence of the large shortfall in tax revenue observed in 2018-19 but also added that its impact on the total revenue […]
  • National Press Day 2019: People need to know about the day November 16, 2019
    As per the, National Press Day 2019 has observed across India on November 16. The day is observed on this day every year. Historically, In 1956, the first Press Commission had concluded that the best way to maintain professional ethics in journalism can be achieved by creating a statutory authority body consisting of people mainly […]
  • China completes Mars exploration lander test ahead of 2020 mission November 14, 2019
    China on Nov 14 completed a test of its Mars exploration lander ahead of Beijing’s first mission to the red planet slated for 2020. The test was conducted at a sprawling landing test site in Huailai, northwest of Beijing. Beijing is pouring billions into its military-run space programme, with hopes of having a crewed space […]
  • Public Service Broadcasting Day 2019: Prasar Bharati Chairman’s Message November 12, 2019
    The Day is observed every year across India on November 12 year to commemorate first and last visit of Mahatma Gandhi of All India Radio Studio, New Delhi in 1947. On this occasion, artistes of Akashvani Bhawan, Delhi performed Vaishnav Jan Toh and other bhajans and school children performed sangeet etc. A function will be […]

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  • India to cross 200 GW renewable energy capacity mark by 2022, Says Power Minister
    Ahead of the BRICS Energy Ministers meet in Brasilia, Brazil on Nov 12, Minister of State (IC) Power and New & Renewable Energy Minister Mr ‘R K Singh’ exuded confidence that the country will have over 200 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022. Thus, India has set an ambitious target of having 175 GW […]
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  • China completes Mars exploration lander test ahead of 2020 mission
    China on Nov 14 completed a test of its Mars exploration lander ahead of Beijing’s first mission to the red planet slated for 2020. The test was conducted at a sprawling landing test site in Huailai, northwest of Beijing. Beijing is pouring billions into its military-run space programme, with hopes of having a crewed space […]
    India's Journal
  • First cells may have emerged because building blocks of proteins stabilized membranes
    Life on Earth arose about 4 billion years ago when the first cells formed within a primordial soup of complex, carbon-rich chemical compounds. These cells faced a chemical conundrum. They needed particular ions from the soup in order to perform basic functions. But those charged ions would have disrupted the simple membranes that encapsulated the […]
    India's Journal
  • Hubble telescope finds mysterious black hole disc, Says Research
    Using NASA”s Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered a disc very close to a starving black hole – something that should not be there – based on current astronomical theories. The unexpected thin disc of material was found encircling a supermassive black hole at the heart of the spiral galaxy NGC 3147, located 130 million […]
    India's Journal
  • When Ancient DNA Gets Politicized: Study
    With a string of three tweets, ten ancient skeletons became geopolitical pawns. Last weekend, Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, or whoever in his administration operates his Twitter account, tweeted about a new study that had been published in the journal Science Advances and covered widely in the media, including in Smithsonian. The study analyzed DNA […]
    India's Journal
  • Lead in Arctic ice reveals the economic impact of ancient plagues and wars, Says Research
    For thousands of years, commercial and industrial processes like mining, ore smelting, and fossil fuel burning, have emitted lead into the atmosphere. That lead travelled via wind currents to the Arctic, where it settled on the ice sheet and became a record of economic activity throughout the past 1,500 years. Now, a team of international researchers […]
    India's Journal
  • Lead pollution in Arctic ice shows economic impact of wars and plagues for past 1,500 years, Says Research
    How did events like the Black Death plague impact the economy of Medieval Europe? Particles of lead trapped deep in Arctic ice can tell us. Commercial and industrial processes have emitted lead into the atmosphere for thousands of years, from the mining and smelting of silver ores to make currency for ancient Rome to the […]
    India's Journal
  • Decades-long butterfly study shows common ‘species’ on the decline
    The most extensive and systematic insect monitoring program ever undertaken in North America shows that butterfly abundance in Ohio declined yearly by 2%, resulting in an overall 33% drop for the 21 years of the program. Though the study was limited to one group of the insect class and one geographic area, the findings provide […]
    India's Journal
  • New antibiotics effective without triggering resistance, mouse research shows
    Not only are they effective against Gram-positive and negative multi-resistant bacteria, they also appear not to trigger resistance when used to treat infection in mice. Such are the promises of the two new antibiotics created by Prof. Brice Felden and his team at the Inserm and Université de Rennes 1 ‘Bacterial Regulatory RNAs and Medicine’ […]
    India's Journal
  • How trees could save the climate: Study
    Around 0.9 billion hectares of land worldwide would be suitable for reforestation, which could ultimately capture two thirds of human-made carbon emissions. The Crowther Lab of ETH Zurich has published a study in the journal Science that shows this would be the most effective method to combat climate change. The Crowther Lab at ETH Zurich investigates nature-based […]
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