By: Khyati Kataria
The move is being seen as an overt attack on the press. [...]
Goa is one of India's more stable sources of coal. However, with increasing demand, the state is turning into a coal belt much to the residents' chagrin.
Utilizing the world's biggest telescopes, the scientists created strategies to see through the enormous billows of interstellar gas and residue to the centre point of the Milky Way. [...]
The meeting was part of a QUAD nations meeting -- an Indo-Pacific alliance of Australia, Japan, India and the US.
Van Halen was fighting a second bout with cancer. He was first declared cancer-free in 2002. [...]
Elon Musk's space exploration company has been one of NASA's primary suppliers for nearly half a decade now. The company also won the Pentagon Award for Missile Tracking Satellites on Tuesday. [...]
Street food vendors will be helped by the government to access the exclusive customer base online in an attempt to help them recover from the effects of the COVID-19 lockdown on their businesses. [...]
The Congress leader was participating in farmers' protests around Punjab earlier today. [...]
Developed by a research team led by Debojyoti Chakraborty and Souvik Maiti of the CSIR and Tata Group, the test has been named 'Feluda' after writer and filmmaker Satyajit Ray's fictional sleuth. [...]
With eight months till the Assembly polls, members of the two parties have been engaged in bloody battle since June, with 12 casualties so far. [...]
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