If you happen to spot Rahi Sarnobat in one of Pune’s malls, you would never guess that she is a veteran international athlete. 5’2’’, portly, with a genial manner, Sarnobat shows none of the ice-in-veins look you see on her face with pistol in hand. Pistol, notRead More
Even before the state has fully recovered from the worst flood seen since 1924, the government in Kerala is in the eye of a storm.
If the events running up to the calamity are taken into account, it raises one crucial question to which the Left government is unable to findRead More
mall to mid-sized renewable energy companies in India are starting to look like attractive takeover targets as lenders and investors withhold funds, worried by the stiff competition, weak bond markets, low tariffs and high debt besetting the sector.
The small companies' difficultyRead More
The outgoing Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, who is set to retire in October, has some big judgments to look into before he demits his office. Misra is expected to deliver judgments in cases pertaining to the legality of Aadhaar and whether to refer the issue of mosques being essential toRead More
NEW DELHI: With about a week left for Raksha Bandhan, you must be brain-storming to find the ideal gift for your sibling. While there are many Rakhi gifting options available now, coming up with a unique gift idea every year is not an easy task, especially if you are running low on funds.
SIGNALLING an outreach to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written to newly elected Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and has expressed a commitment to build “good neighbourly relations” and pursue “meaningful and constructive engagement” for the benefit of theRead More
Google has now been sued for its ‘Location History’ gaffe that affects smartphone users reliant on its ‘Search’ and ‘Maps’ services. According to a report in ArsTechnica, the lawsuit has been filed in California, wherein attorneys argue that Google’sRead More
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan urged the government for additional help as Kerala deals with the aftermath of the worst floods the state has seen in a century. The state is now bracing for the mammoth task of the reconstruction of destroyed homes and roads.
India has had a remarkable history with the Asian Games, from being the first country to host the tournament to making history by claiming gold in variousRead More
Torrential rains lased Karnataka's coastal and south interior districts, disrupting normal life and forcing the suspension of train and bus services. The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus services were stopped on Thursday from Chamarajanagar district for Tamil Nadu'sRead More