Crackdown only on child pornography, no plan to ban adult porn sites: Govt to SC
Crackdown only on child pornography, no plan to ban adult porn sites: Govt to SC

The Central government has no plans to prevent citizens from watching pornography in private, it has told the Supreme Court.

 ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ effect: Salman Khan, Kabir Khan to spread Geeta’s story
‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ effect: Salman Khan, Kabir Khan to spread Geeta’s story

‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ has found an unexpected coincidence with a real-life story of an Indian woman named Geeta stranded in Pakistan and the film's director Kabir Khan said that they're trying to spread the story across various media platforms so that her family can get in touch.

DNA: Floods create havoc in different parts of India

Heavy rains has created flood like situation across India hampering normal life.

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Yakub Memon's hanging will have consequences for India: Chhota Shakeel
Yakub Memon's hanging will have consequences for India: Chhota Shakeel

Underworld don Chhota Shakeel has issued a warning to India hours after 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon was hanged to death at the Nagpur Central Jail early Thursday warning.

Bilateral cricket series: PCB waiting for clearance from Indian government, says 'politics should be kept aside'
Bilateral cricket series: PCB waiting for clearance from Indian government, says 'politics should be kept aside'

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan has said that they are waiting for a clearance from the BJP-led Indian Government to the MoU to host bi-lateral series between the two countries.

Now you know why doctors prescribe costly medicines!

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New York: Do you often think why your physician has prescribed you a costly medicine when there are other cheaper options available?

The answer has a lot to do with his/her training, says a study.

Around 50 million suffer from common mental disorders: Govt

Around 50 million people suffer from common mental disorders like depression and anxiety, and more than 7,000 people committed suicide last year, government said Friday.

Yoga Day preparations on full swing, huge participation might make world record

With only two days left to the celebrations of the International Yoga Day, preparations are on a full swing. Every organisation associated with event is up on it's toes to ensure the success of the event, planned on such a large scale.

SAI to handle para-athletics matters for now
SAI to handle para-athletics matters for now

The sports ministry on Tuesday announced that the Sports Authority of India (SAI) will take charge of "all the matters related to para-athletes, including selection of athletes for various sporting events".

India to have 70 supercomputers for high-level research by 2022
India to have 70 supercomputers for high-level research by 2022

The Indian government has begun the process of having 70 supercomputers in the country, which will enable research in different fields ranging from climate, defence and other areas, which a normal computer is ill-equipped for.

Govt can use auctions to get renewable energy projects: Study

With an aim to meet the target of increasing the power capacity from renewable resources in a cost-effective way, the government can consider auction method to procure such projects, a recent study said.

Gates Foundation not under scanner: Govt

Government on Wednesday dismissed reports suggesting that the Home Ministry was looking into the funding of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

PCB chief to visit India in another bid to restore ties
PCB chief to visit India in another bid to restore ties

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that he will be going to India later this week to convince the Indian government to allow restoration of bilateral cricket between the two countries.

Government supports non-discriminatory access to Internet: Minister

Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Tuesday that the government stands for ensuring "non-discriminatory" access to Internet.

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Indian govt rejects US report on religious tolerance

In a sharp rejoinder to the US government panel report on religious freedom, the Ministry of External Affairs has brushed aside the concerns raised over the plight of the country's minority communities, saying the report was based on “limited understanding of India”.

DNA: Drone footage of Kathmandu devastation

Amateur drone footage has emerged showing the extent of the devastation caused by the earthquake in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu.

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Earthquake early warning systems in Japan