Current-Affairs

Kashmir an internal affair: EU team

However, David McAllister, who heads the delegation, takes up issue of action against NGOs in India


China backs fight against terror

Promises more cooperation with India across a range of issues like security and trade


Life expectancy to exceed 90 years

South Korean women will live the longest, says a study that analyses data from 35 developed countries


Private sector gratuity to soar

Workers in private firms could see maximum payout double to Rs. 20 lakh


PM weighs in on visa curbs

‘Time for the U.S. to develop a balanced approach to movement of professionals’


Acharya sets timeline on NPAs

Says ‘surgical restructuring’ required


‘Workers’ mobility issue is key to U.K.-India FTA’

Real potential of bilateral trade has not been tapped: Envoy


Amnesty faults sedition law

Criticises curbs on NGOs, attacks on activists, journalists


Four new tiny frog species found in Western Ghats

They are no bigger than a human thumbnail, make a distinctive chirping sound


India, Rwanda sign aviation, visa deals

Rwandan Airways to begin direct flights between Kigali and Mumbai in April


How ponds can speed up global warming

They gradually lose capacity to soak up a type of greenhouse gas and give off even more of another


‘Shoot at sight’ against poachers in Corbett

Orders were issued after information on movement of suspected poachers in the tiger reserve


Green tea-laced capacitor to power wearable devices

Its energy densities are enough to operate heart rate monitor


Report faults sedition law, curbs on NGOs

Speaking of India’s record, Amnesty International said, “Human rights activists and journalists faced intimidation and attacks from both state and non-state actors.”


Report faults sedition law, curbs on NGOs

Speaking of India’s record, Amnesty International said, “Human rights activists and journalists faced intimidation and attacks from both state and non-state actors.”


Law may make your home appear less hazy

With States drafting rules for a Real Estate Regulatory Authority, the onus is now on builders to guarantee quality


Urjit Patel takes fresh guard, changes stance

The RBI’s latest bimonthly policy saw its Governor reassert the central bank’s monetary independence


TRAI seeks views on tariffs’ debate

Consultation paper follows a decision by CEOs in January


There’s no concept of National Song: SC

Bench refuses to intervene in plea to frame policy


Return of the woolly mammoth

Harvard scientists just two years away from creating a hybrid embryo through genetic engineering