Two Asiatic bear cubs orphaned near India-Pakistan border get new home

Years of hostilities and an electric fence along a de facto border between India and Pakistan have taken a toll not just on humans, but also wildlife which has been badly afflicted in one of the…

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Death toll in major Tamil Nadu Govt hospitals is 13.7 times the reported figure claims report by NGO

According to the NGO, their report was prepared by comparing the Jan-May death certificates data for the years 2019, 2020, 2021.

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Jaishankar's Kenya visit: India extends support to domestic programmes; discuss Indo-Pacific

India will be supporting projects in Kenya that call for creating 500,000 new affordable homes, scaling up universal health coverage, 100 per cent food security, and enhancing the country's…

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Mehul Choksi is still an Indian citizen, India tells Dominica court

Choksi's 'declaration of renunciation' of Indian citizenship was not accepted by the Indian government

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Second dose of Covid vaccine not needed for people already infected: Study

People who had been infected by the virus already have greater antibody response in comparison to those who have had no prior infection

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Only 19% elderly have health insurance and can’t bear costs: IIT study

According to the study, diabetes, blood pressure and cardiovascular diseases are common in the elderly and those in the lower socio-economic strata suffer more

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At UNGA, PM Modi highlights India's commitments to restore degraded land

Desertification, land degradation are key global issues of concern as part of the climate change crisis. India is establishing a Centre of Excellence to promote a scientific approach towards land…

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Taj Mahal to reopen from June 16, visitors to book tickets online

 The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) informed that visitors need to book online tickets to enter the monuments.

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Already burgled: Residents in Indian city paste notes to avoid more thefts in house

The residents have told the media that in spite of police complaints, nothing has been done. Burglars continue to be a menace

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'Never imagined this in my dreams,' says owner of car swallowed by Mumbai sinkhole

BMC said in a statement said the incident has nothing to do with the civic body as it happened on a private housing society’s premises

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Local residents bring back a dead lake in Srinagar

The government has been helping the locals in this initiative as well and have now started to clean the other portion of the lake called Gilsar.

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Man with 39 wives and 127 children dies in India due to hypertension

Zionnghaka Chana lived in a remote area of the Indian state and held the record of one of the world’s largest families

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Recruitment for clinical trial of Covaxin in 6-12 age group to start at AIIMS from Tuesday

This will be followed by the clinical trial of children in the age group of 2-6 years. The enrolment of children volunteers aged 12-18 years at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)…

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India-China border standoff: Galwan anniversary remembrance in Leh this week

The violent actions of Chinese soldiers in Galwan caused the worst-ever loss of life at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China in the last 45 years

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EAM Jaishankar to visit Italy for G20 FMs meet

Last year G20, under the chairmanship of Saudi Arabia, held virtual meetings, including the leaders' meet, due to the coronavirus pandemic

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