Daily Current Affairs

15 July 2024
  • RESTORING A VERDICT 

  • ‘UNLAWFUL ACTIVITY’ IN MAHARASHTRA BILL TO CURB ‘URBAN NAXALISM’ 

  • ON THE JURISDICTION OF THE CBI 

  • THE UNION GOVERNMENT’S REIN ON FINANCIAL TRANSFERS TO DIFFERENT STATES 

  • FAILURE OF SPACEX’S FALCON 9 ROCKET 

  • E-OFFICE PLATFORM 

  • KHARCHI PUJA 

  • QUANTUM NAVIGATION TESTS BY THE UNITED KINGDOM 
13 July 2024
  • DEREGULATING NON-SUBSIDISED FERTILISERS 

  • JUST A BARGAINING CHIP: SPECIAL CATEGORY STATUS 

  • THE PDS IMPACT ON HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE 

  • DENGUE  

  • TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FUND (TDF) SCHEME 

  • BACTERIOPHAGE 

  • THIRTY METER TELESCOPE (TMT) 

  • SQUALUS HIMA 
12 July 2024
  • FUTURE INVESTMENTS IN INDIA’S EV SPACE 

  • HEAT DOME 

  • WHY ARE DENGUE CASES ON THE RISE WORLDWIDE? 

  • WHY ISRO WANTS TO VENTURE INTO PLANETARY DEFENCE 

  • WORLD POPULATION DAY (WPD) 

  • CLASSICAL LANGUAGE  

  • NATIONAL GOPAL RATNA AWARD 

11 July 2024
  • WHAT IS A DIVORCED MUSLIM WOMAN’S RIGHT TO MAINTENANCE UNDER THE CRPC?

  • MEGA DAM PROTEST IN ARUNACHAL PRADESH

  • THE CASE FOR A CASTE CENSUS

  • ‘MSMES NEED OUTLAYS FOR TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES, TO AID IN GREEN TRANSITION’

  • VEERANGANA DURGAVATI TIGER RESERVE

  • UPGRADATION OF INCOIS’S REGIONAL ANALYSIS OF INDIAN OCEAN (RAIN) SYSTEM

  • DENISOVANS

  • NASA’S CUBESAT RADIO INTERFEROMETRY EXPERIMENT (CURIE) MISSION

10 July 2024
  • INDIA TO RATIFY HIGH SEAS TREATY: WHAT IS THE AGREEMENT — AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE?

  • WHAT IS THE DRAFT DIGITAL COMPETITION BILL?

  • GEOSPATIAL VIEW ON MATERNAL HEALTHCARE FOR THE TRIBAL POPULATION IN GUJARAT

  • BILIGIRI RANGANATHASWAMY TEMPLE TIGER RESERVE

  • MITOCHONDRIAL DISEASES

  • PANCHAGANGA RIVER

  • LGM-35A SENTINEL NUCLEAR MISSILE

  • CHANDRAVALLI CAVE

09 July 2024
  • INDIGENOUS HPV VACCINE, THE RHETORIC AND THE REALITY 

  • EMPLOYMENT RATE RISES 6% PROVISIONALLY IN FY24 FROM 3.2% IN FY23: RBI DATA 

  • DOUBLE HEALTH BUDGET, REDUCE OUT-OF-POCKET SPENDS 

  • WHY INDIA NEEDS TO RESET ITS TRADE POLICY 

  • CAMCOPTER S-100 UAV 

  • DIGITAL BHARAT NIDHI: BOOSTING TELECOM CONNECTIVITY IN RURAL INDIA 

  • BHARAT BILL PAYMENT SYSTEM (BBPS): STREAMLINING BILL PAYMENTS 

  • BROWN PALM CIVET IN KOYNA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 

08 July 2024
  • RED FLAGS RAISED OVER SILVER IMPORTS FROM UAE THROUGH GIFT CITY 

  • KERALA VARSITY TO LAUNCH GENOME EDITING MISSION TO BOOST PEARL SPOT PRODUCTION 

  • A LAW AROUND LOW-CARBON CLIMATE RESILIENT DEVELOPMENT 

  • THE PROBLEM OF SPECIAL PACKAGES 

  • AKASH SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE (SAM) 

  • SHREE JAGANNATH TEMPLE AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 

  • PANGONG LAKE  

  • GROYNES CONSTRUCTION TO COMBAT COASTAL EROSION IN POONTHURA, KERALA 

06 July 2024
  • KERALA VILLAGE COMPILES IN-DEPTH BIODIVERSITY REGISTER 

  • ‘FOOD COSTS LIFT VEG THALI PRICE 10%’ 

  • AVOID ARREST OF BOYS WHO GO ON A DATE: HC IN RESPONSE TO PIL ON GENDER DISCRIMINATION 

  • AFRICAN SWINE FEVER OUTBREAK REPORTED IN KERALA’S THRISSUR 

  • LEANG KARAMPUANG CAVE 

  • THE AHOM MOIDAMS, 

  • THE TYPHON WEAPONS SYSTEM 

  • KAVERI RIVER 

03 July 2024
  • MIXED SIGNALS 

  • DIGITAL JURISPRUDENCE IN INDIA, IN AN AI ERA 

  • WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ‘ABHAYA MUDRA’, 

  • IS THE BAD LOAN PROBLEM SHIFTING TO INDIVIDUALS FROM INDUSTRIES? 

  • NEW SHEPARD SPACECRAFT 

  • LOW-FREQUENCY ARRAY (LOFAR) 

  • NOUKA BAICH BOAT RACE 

  • SYNTRICHIA CANINERVIS 

02 July 2024
  • NHRC ISSUES NOTICES TO CENTRE, T.N. GOVT. OVER RECRUITMENT PRACTICES AT FOXCONN 

  • WHAT IS ON THE AGENDA FOR THE 16TH FINANCE COMMISSION? 

  • HOW THE WORLD’S FIRST BRAIN IMPLANT TO CONTROL EPILEPTIC SEIZURES WORKS 

  • WHAT IS PROJECT NEXUS THAT RBI HAS SIGNED UP FOR? 

  • eSankhyiki Portal 

  • SANTHAL TRIBAL COMMUNITY 

  • PROJECT-76 

  • MINAMI-TORISHIMA ISLAND 

01 July 2024
  • END OF PETRODOLLAR? WE WOULDN’T HOLD OUR BREATH 

  • CARBON DERIVED FROM COCONUT HUSKS CAN POWER SUPERCAPACITORS, FIND RESEARCHERS 

  • NEW CRIMINAL LAWS IN FORCE; CR. PC, IPC APPLICABLE ONLY FOR OLD CASES 

  • SHOULD EDUCATION BE BROUGHT BACK TO THE STATE LIST? 

  • OROPOUCHE FEVER 

  • SAUBHAGYA SCHEME 

  • NATIONAL STATISTICS DAY 

  • SENNA SPECTABILIS 

29 JUNE 2024
  • SCREEN ALL PREGNANT WOMEN FOR GESTATIONAL DIABETES WITH POINT-OF-CARE TEST, SAY EXPERTS 

  • INDIA ACHIEVES ‘OUTSTANDING OUTCOME’ IN FATF EVALUATION 

  • FISCAL DEFICIT AT 3% OF TARGET BY MAY END 

  • STERIPHOPUS WANGALA AND WANGALA FESTIVAL 

  • MOTOR NEURON DISEASES (MNDS) 

  • ABHYAS 

  • RAIMONA NATIONAL PARK 

  • RHISOTOPE PROJECT 

28 JUNE 2024
  • SEBI TIGHTENS NORMS ON FINANCIAL INFLUENCERS, EASES RULES FOR DELISTING 

  • WHY GOVT MUST CREATE A BUFFER STOCK OF ALL MAIN FOOD ITEMS 

  • WITH NEW BUDGET, CHANCE FOR NEW VISION FOR INDIA 

  • UNWARRANTED ARREST 

  • BANNERGHATTA BIOLOGICAL PARK (BBP) 

  • BIOMASS BRIQUETTES  

  • THE ULLAS-NAV BHARAT SAAKSHARTA KARYAKRAM (NEW INDIA LITERACY PROGRAM) 

  • THE SPACE MAITRI MISSION 

27 JUNE 2024
  • PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO COAL MINING CAUSES RESPIRATORY, SKIN DISEASES IN WORKERS: STUDY 

  • LEADER OF OPPOSITION IN LOK SABHA THE POSITION ROLE RESPONSIBILITY 

  • WHY HAS CBI ARRESTED KEJRIWAL, AND HOW IS ITS CASE DIFFERENT FROM THE ED’S? 

  • ENDING DEFECTIONS 

  • INDIA’S EXTERNAL DEBT 

  • ABOUT AFRICAN SWINE FEVER (ASF) 

  • ABOUT INDIAN ARMY’S SKIN BANK 

  • JAL JEEVAN MISSION (JJM) 

26 JUNE 2024
  • WILL THE AGNIPATH SCHEME BE REVAMPED? 

  • WATER STRESS CAN HURT CREDIT PROFILE 

  • INDIA’S EXTERNAL DEBT RISES $39.7 BN YOY TO $663.8 BN: RBI DATA 

  • CHINA’S CHANG’E-6 BRINGS BACK SAMPLES FROM FAR SIDE OF MOON: WHAT WAS THE MISSION? 

  • VADHAVAN PORT 

  • PRIORITY SECTOR LENDING (PSL) 

  • JAVELIN ANTI-TANK MISSILE 

  • WORLD CRAFT CITY 

25 JUNE 2024
  • THE COURT SPELLS THE WAY IN HIMALAYA’S DEVELOPMENT 

  • THE NITI AAYOG’S PROJECT IN GREAT NICOBAR 

  • HOW PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS ACT CAN DEAL WITH CHEATING 

  • POWER MARKETS IN INDIA: THEIR WORKING, ADVANTAGES, AND THE ROAD AHEAD 

  • COMMITTEE ON DIGITAL PAYMENTS INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM 

  • STRIPED CAECILIAN (ICHTHYOPHIS SPP.) 

  • STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR HUMAN SPACEFLIGHT COOPERATION 

  • THAILAND’S LEGALIZATION OF SAME-SEX MARRIAGE 

24 JUNE 2024
  • WHAT ARE THE DUTIES OF A SPEAKER? 

  • HOW IS METHANOL PROCURED AND USED AS LIQUOR? 

  • INDIA, KOREA MAKE HEADWAY IN CEPA REVIEW TALKS, EXCHANGE ‘REQUEST’ LISTS 

  • WHY EXAM SCAM HAPPEN 

  • SPACE VARIABLE OBJECTS MONITOR (SVOM) 

  • DISCOVERY OF WORLD’S OLDEST TERMITE MOUNDS IN NAMAQUALAND 

  • GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST) COUNCIL 

  • TRANSLOCATION OF DEER TO BARDA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 

22 JUNE 2024
  • 11 CANDIDATES APPLY TO VERIFY EVM BURNT MEMORY: WHAT IS THIS PROCESS? 

  • RUSSIA-NORTH KOREA SECURITY PACT: IMPACT ON U.S. TIES IN EAST ASIA 

  • IN THE NAME OF MERIT 

  • WHY THE HEALTH OF CHILDREN SHOULD BE AT THE CORE OF ANY POLLUTION POLICY 

  • CAECILIANS 

  • THE PROJECT AMRSense 

  • HUMAN AFRICAN TRYPANOSOMIASIS (HAT) 

  • MUDGAL FORT 

20 JUNE 2024
  • INDIA EYES BREAKTHROUGH AGAINST SICKLE CELL

  • NEED TO ASK IF DECLINE IN INEQUALITY IS A GOOD THING: DEBROY

  • AS A NEW CAMPUS RISES AT AN ANCIENT SITE, THE STORY OF NALANDA

  • OFFSHORE AREAS MINERAL RULES 2024

  • SIPRI REPORT ON NUCLEAR WARHEADS

  • OPHICHTHUS SURYAI

  • DOUBLE SUN HALO PHENOMENON

  • KRISHI SAKHI CONVERGENCE PROGRAM

19 JUNE 2024
  • TIME FOR A CENSUS, COME WHAT MAY 

  • NEW DYNAMICS 

  • PRO TEM SPEAKER 

  • FILOBOLETUS MANIPULARIS 

  • DEAD ZONE 

  • THE HINDU KUSH HIMALAYA REGION 

  • SOLAR POWER PROJECT IN RAJASTHAN 

  • KAVLI PRIZE AND KAVLI MEDAL 
18 JUNE 2024
  • DSR CULTIVATION NEEDS LESS WATER, LABOUR, WHY IS IT STILL NOT POPULAR 

  • DECLINE IN MIGRATION TO GULF, RISE IN STUDENT MIGRATION: WHAT THE KERALA MIGRATION SURVEY 2023 SAYS 

  • INFANTILISING LEARNERS 

  • US, EU ANTI-SUBSIDY ACTION: MECHANISM TO VERIFY TAX REFUNDS IN THE PIPELINE 

  • EXERCISE RED FLAG 2024: INDIAN AIR FORCE PARTICIPATION 

  • GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT 2024 

  • MONTREAL PROTOCOL AND KIGALI AMENDMENT 

  • PALAMU TIGER RESERVE (PTR) 
17 JUNE 2024
  • HIGH COURT’S TAKE ON MARRIAGE ACT, AN EROSION OF RIGHTS 

  • WHAT IS INCOIS’S NEW PRODUCT TO FORECAST EL NIÑO AND LA NIÑA CONDITIONS? 

  • HOW THE GANDHI SAGAR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY IS BEING DEVELOPED AS INDIA’S SECOND HOME FOR CHEETAHS 

  • RISING CASES UNDER POSH ACT POINT TO BETTER REPORTING 

  • BINSAR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 

  • PLANET NINE 

  • OLYMPUS MONS 

  • MICROALGAE 
13 JUNE 2024
  • STUDY RANKS INDIA SECOND IN NITROUS OXIDE EMISSIONS 

  • HOW SPACEX’S STARSHIP CAN REVOLUTIONISE SPACE TRAVEL AND EXPLORATION 

  • TACKLING THE FATTY LIVER DISEASE EPIDEMIC 

  • DECODING A LEAK: HOW GOOGLE SEARCH’S ALGORITHMS WORK 

  • SAROD 

  • CRISPR/Cas9 

  • ENTEROBACTER BUGANDENSIS 

  • NOTIFIED DISASTERS 
12 JUNE 2024
  • IISC DEVELOPS METHOD TO REMOVE HEAVY METAL CONTAMINANTS FROM GROUNDWATER  

  • BIHAR’S CALL FOR SPECIAL CATEGORY STATUS 

  • UGC ALLOWS UNIVERSITIES TO ADMIT STUDENTS TWICE A YEAR 

  • NEW ALZHEIMER’S DRUG: US EXPERT PANEL GREENLIGHTS FDA APPROVAL FOR DONANEMAB 

  • BIRSA MUNDA 

  • HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE 

  • FOUR-HORNED ANTELOPE 

  • GHATAPRABHA RIVER 
11 JUNE 2024
  • SPECIAL CATEGORY STATUS FOR ANDHRA 

  • WHAT ARE THE POWERS OF THE SPEAKER, WHY IS THE POST CRUCIAL FOR BJP, ITS ALLIES 

  • INFLOWS INTO EQUITY MFS TOUCH RECORD HIGH OF ₹34,697 CR IN MAY 

  • WHAT MODI 3.0 MEANS FOR NEW INDIA 

  • WORLD OCEANS DAY 

  • OPERATION BLUESTAR 

  • ABYSSAL PLAINS 

  • MOUNT FUJI 
10 JUNE 2024
  • WHAT IS THE AGNIPATH SCHEME AND THE OPPOSITION TO IT? 

  • FOREIGN PORTFOLIO INVESTORS TAKE OUT₹14,800 CR FROM EQUITIES IN JUNE LST WEEK 

  • ON AGRICULTURE FRONT, AN AGENDA FOR THE NEW GOVERNMENT 

  • LOK SABHA ELECTIONS 2024: ON WOMEN’S REPRESENTATION, A STEP BACKWARDS 

  • BIOPHARMACEUTICAL ALLIANCE INAUGURATION 

  • SEBI’S ACTION ON PUMP AND DUMP SCHEME 

  • ARUN-III HYDROPOWER PROJECT 

  • TANZANIA’S REMOVAL FROM EC CONSERVATION GRANT 
06 JUNE 2024
  • THE ROADS TO INDIA’S REDEMOCRATISATION, THE CHALLENGES 

  • HEALTH MINISTRY REWORKS PROTOCOL AS COUNTRY’S TB ELIMINATION DRIVE PLATEAUS 

  • SPECIAL CATEGORY STATUS FOR AP 

  • WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2024: INDIA NEEDS NEW IMAGINATION IN DESIGN OF ITS DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES, SAYS SUNITA NARAIN 

  • SLIGHT DIP IN NUMBER OF WOMEN IN LS  

  • BLAZE STAR 

  • TMESIPTERIS OBLANCEOLATA 

  • MINUTEMAN III 
05 JUNE 2024
  • THE SITE OF A MAJOR POLITICAL EARTHQUAKE 

  • WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2024 

  • INDIA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH AND ENERGY NEEDS 

  • DIRECT SEEDED RICE 

  • UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN FORUM 

  • AHILYA BAI HOLKAR 

  • NELSON MANDELA AWARD FOR HEALTH PROMOTION 

04 JUNE 2024
  • PROPERTY IS REAL, AND SO SHOULD THE ‘COMPENSATION’ 

  • CHALLENGE FOR FARM SECTOR: HOW TO SHARE GROWTH GAINS 

  • ANGANWADIS CLOSED FOR A MONTH DUE TO HEATWAVE 

  • IN VIKSIT BHARAT, WHAT DOES ‘VIKSIT’ MEAN? 

  • HUNGA-TONGA ERUPTION AND UNDERWATER DEBRIS FLOW 

  • VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLES (VLPs) 

  • SPOT-BELLIED EAGLE OWL 

03 JUNE 2024
  • JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE SPOTS EARLIEST-KNOWN GALAXY: WHAT A NEW STUDY SAYS 

  • THE MESSAGE FROM THE ANDHRA PRADESH BIFURCATION 

  • FEWER WOMEN ARE BEING HIRED FOR LEADERSHIP POSITIONS 

  • DOES INEQUALITY LEAD TO GROWTH? 

  • SARCOPHAGUS  

  • CSE’S CALL FOR ACTION 

  • PAMPA LAKE  

  • CHINA’S LUNAR LANDING 
01 JUNE 2024
  • RAILWAYS TO CONSTRUCT CANOPY BRIDGES ACROSS TRACK IN ASSAM GIBBON HABITAT 

  • HEAT-BAKED CHENNAI CAN SET AN EXAMPLE FOR INDIA 

  • FISCAL DEFICIT IN FY24 NARROWED TO 5.6% ON BETTER TAX MOP-UP 

  • ILLEGAL ENCROACHMENT OF RESERVE FOREST IN ODISHA 

  • CRYONICS 

  • TADOBA-ANDHARI TIGER RESERVE 

  • RECOMBINANT PROTEINS 

  • DIADROMOUS FISH 
31 May 2024
  • RBI’S INCOME RISES 17% TO ₹2.75 LAKH CR., SPENDING FALLS 56% 

  • SPACE STARTUP AGNIKUL COSMOS FLIES WORLD’S FIRST 3D-PRINTED ROCKET ENGINE IN FIFTH ATTEMPT 

  • THERMAL PLANTS FIRE UP COAL AS CAPACITY ADDITION LAGS, PRIVATE SECTOR INTEREST WANES 

  • INDIA AND THE ‘MANAGED CARE’ PROMISE 

  • EURASIAN WHIMBREL  

  • RUDRAM-II MISSILE 

  • MICROCEPHALY 

  • CATERPILLARS AND ELECTRORECEPTION 
30 May 2024
  • BLAMING COURT VACATION FOR PENDENCY MISSES THE REAL PROBLEM 

  • AN OVERVIEW OF THE AMRUT SCHEME 

  • DELHI SIZZLES: ONE STATION RECORD 52.9°C, MET DEPT SAYS CHECKING DATA AND SENSORS 

  • INDIA, LIBERALISM, AND ITS CRISIS OF LEGITIMACY 

  • MINOR FOREST PRODUCE (MFP) 

  • VIVEKANANDA ROCK MEMORIAL 

  • ANOPHELES STEPHENSI 

  • GOLDEN RICE 
29 May 2024
  • WHY CAN ACCUSED PERSONS IN PRISON CONTEST POLLS BUT NOT VOTE? 

  • THE CONSTITUTION, A SURPRISE ENTRANT IN POLL BATTLEFIELD 

  • STILL NO SIGN OF THE LANGUAGE OF EQUITY AND INCLUSION 

  • ON FIRE SAFETY REGULATIONS IN INDIA 

  • INS KILTAN 

  • OEDOCLADIUM SAHYADRICUM 

  • EUCALYPTUS 

  • CAMPI FLEGREI SUPERVOLCANO 
27 May 2024
  • THE SPECTRE OF NUCLEAR CONFLICT, ONCE AGAIN 

  • A DOOR TO A HOUSING SCHEME, TRIBALS FIND HARD TO OPEN 

  • INDIA RECORDS TRADE DEFICIT WITH 9 OF TOP 10 TRADING PARTNERS IN 2023-24 

  • BRAIN-EATING AMOEBA 

  • THE EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES ACT, 1908 

  • CYCLONE REMAL 

  • COLOR-CODED WEATHER WARNINGS 

25 May 2024
  • THE MISSING LINKS IN IMEC, AS SHOWN BY THE GAZA WAR 

  • CALCUTTA HIGH COURT JUDGMENT ON OBC RESERVATIONS 

  • WHY NORWAY, IRELAND, AND SPAIN HAVE DECIDED TO RECOGNISE PALESTINE AS A STATE 

  • UNDEFINED BORDERS ADVERSELY AFFECT OUR COUNTRY, SAYS DOVAL 

     

     

24 May 2024
  • POWERFUL, SYMBOLIC 

  • A VISIT TO PRESERVE CHINA’S INTERESTS IN EUROPE 

  • WAS THE STONE AGE ACTUALLY THE AGE OF WOOD?  

  • INTEGRATED THEATRE COMMANDS 

  • eVTOL AIRCRAFT 

  • PLANETARY ALIGNMENT ON JUNE 3 

  • UJANI DAM AND BHIMA RIVER  

  • MATUA COMMUNITY 

     

23 May 2024
  • A VEGETABLE TRIUMVIRATE, INFLATION AND THE TAKEAWAY 

  • RBI TO TRANSFER ₹2,10,874 CR. SURPLUS TO CENTRE FOR FY24 

  • WHEN CONTROL IS DISGUISED AS REFORM 

  • RANGELANDS 

  • BHARAL AND HIMALAYAN IBEX 

  • EMBLICA CHAKRABARTYI 

  • X-CHROMOSOME 

  • ARAB LEAGUE 

     

22 May 2024
  • CLIMATE CHANGE, A PASSING CLOUD IN INDIAN POLITICS 

  • ANALYSING LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINTS 

  • JOINT CULTURE IN THE ARMED FORCES IS WAY FORWARD: CDS 

  • PSYCHEDELICS 

  • SCARBOROUGH SHOAL 

  • GENETIC DRIFT 

  • CRITICAL TIGER HABITAT 

  • MANIPURI PONY 

     

21 May 2024
  • CRITICAL TIMES CALL FOR STRONG JUDICIAL ADJUDICATION 

  • GOING GLACIER GONE: HOW VENEZUELA LOST ITS LAST GLACIER, WHY THIS MATTERS 

  • ANTARCTIC PARLIAMENT MEETS IN KOCHI: WHAT’S ON THE TABLE? 

  • INDIA-CHINA CONSUMPTION COMPARISON 

  • PROJECT ASTRA 

  • ALPHA-SYNUCLEIN PROTEINS 

  • RED PANDA 

  • STELLAR NUCLEOSYNTHESIS 

     

20 May 2024
  • WHY IS THE EUROPEAN UNION PROBING FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM?

  • WHY WAS PURKAYASTHA’S ARREST INVALIDATED?

  • RENEW THE GENERALISED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES

  • HOW PUNJAB AND HARYANA REMAIN KEY TO NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY

  • SPECULOOS-3b

  • LAB-GROWN DIAMONDS

  • PHTHEIROSPERMUM LUSHAIORUM

  • VISHING

     

18 May 2024
  • TAMIL NADU: A CASE FOR ALLOWING RESERVATION OVER 50 PER CENT

  • THE HYPERPOLITICISATION OF INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION

  • MANUFACTURING IN INDIA NEEDS MORE SOPHISTICATION: FM

  • THE BURNING HILLS OF UTTARAKHAND

  • SYNCHROTRON

  • PREFIRE POLAR MISSION

  • VENEZUELA

  • AMBAJI WHITE MARBLE

17 May 2024
  • STATE CANNOT ACQUIRE PROPERTY WITHOUT PROPER PROCEDURE: SC

  • CAN PARTIES BE DE-RECOGNISED OR DE-REGISTERED?

  • SC VERDICT ON NEWSCLICK SHOWS ADHERENCE TO DUE PROCESS IS MUCH MORE THAN A PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENT

  • WHAT THE DRAFT DIGITAL COMPETITION BILL PROPOSES, WHY BIG TECH OPPOSES IT

  • LIGDUS GARVALE

  • KADAR TRIBE

  • BULAVA MISSILE

  • KANWAR LAKE

16 May 2024
  • MANIPUR ACCOUNTED FOR 97% OF DISPLACEMENTS IN SOUTH ASIA 

  • INDIA RECORDS HIGHEST NUMBER OF INTERNET SHUTDOWNS IN 2023 

  • NEWSCLICK FOUNDER RELEASED: SHIELD AGAINST ARREST EXTENDED TO STRINGENT PROVISIONS OF UAPA 

  • NO MINING WITHIN 1-KM RADIUS AROUND TIGER HABITATS: SC TO RAJASTHAN 

  • SARISKA TIGER RESERVE 

  • THE INDIAN CYBER CRIME COORDINATION CENTRE (I4C) 

  • GEOMAGNETIC STORMS 

  • SAILFIN CATFISH 

15 May 2024
  • ADOPTING A TRANSFORMATIVE VISION FOR MEDIATION  

  • WHAT IS THE LEGAL POSITION ON LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIPS?  

  • INDIA, IRAN SIGN CHABAHAR PORT OPERATION PACT 

  • FIRST HUMAN RECIPIENT OF PIG KIDNEY TRANSPLANT DIES: WHAT IS XENOTRANSPLANTATION, WHY PIGS ARE USED 

  • MAMMOTH CARBON CAPTURE PLANT 

  • INDIAN OCEAN BASIN-WIDE INDEX 

  • VIBRANT VILLAGE PROGRAMME 

  • PEREGRINE FALCON 

  • CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS 
14 May 2024
  • ADOPTING A TRANSFORMATIVE VISION FOR MEDIATION  

  • WHAT IS THE LEGAL POSITION ON LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIPS?  

  • INDIA, IRAN SIGN CHABAHAR PORT OPERATION PACT 

  • FIRST HUMAN RECIPIENT OF PIG KIDNEY TRANSPLANT DIES: WHAT IS XENOTRANSPLANTATION, WHY PIGS ARE USED 

  • MAMMOTH CARBON CAPTURE PLANT 

  • INDIAN OCEAN BASIN-WIDE INDEX 

  • VIBRANT VILLAGE PROGRAMME 

  • PEREGRINE FALCON 

  • CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS 
11 May 2024
  • THE FRAYING OF THE MODEL CODE OF CONDUCT 

  • ISRAEL, SAUDI ARABIA, AND CHURN IN THE MIDDLE EAST: THE VIEW FROM INDIA 

  • SPACE DEPT’S COMMERCIAL ARM SEEKS PVT PARTNERS TO MANUFACTURE ITS LARGEST ROCKET 

  • SONAI RUPAI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 

  • HINDON RIVER 

  • MAILLARD REACTION 

  • FOOT ROT DISEASE 

  • BATAGAY CRATER 

10 May 2024
  • TURMOIL AND TEST 

  • RESERVATION WITHIN CONSTITUTIONAL BOUNDS 

  • MEETING NUTRITION CHALLENGE: WHAT NEW GUIDELINES PRESCRIBE 

  • ALL ABOUT FLIRT, THE NEW COVID-19 VARIANTS 

  • ALPHAFOLD3 

  • DICE SNAKES 

  • INDIAN OCEAN DIPOLE 

  • WEST NILE FEVER 

08 May 2024
  • THE KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK CONTROVERSY

  • KERALA ON ALERT AS MAN DIES OF WEST NILE FEVER

  • FOCUS ON MOTHER TONGUE FROM THE EARLY STAGES: CBSE

  • CHOLINE

  • FUSOBACTERIUM NUCLEATUM

  • ORANGUTANS

  • FWD-200B

  • CHLOROPICRIN

  • INDIA VIX

07 May 2024
  • TIME TO TALK 

  • WHAT IS CARBON FARMING? 

  • THE MUSLIM QUOTA QUESTION 

  • NBFCS RAISE FIXED DEPOSIT RATES 

  • GOLDENE 

  • SAHYADRI TIGER RESERVE 

  • HOPEN ISLAND 

  • CATATUMBO LIGHTNING 
06 May 2024
  • MAHARASHTRA GEARS UP FOR TIGER TRANSLOCATION TO SAHYADRI RESERVE IN BID TO REVIVE NUMBERS 

  • AN OVERVIEW OF SUDAN’S CIVIL WAR   

  • YEARNING FOR CHANGE 

  • DRAFT GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTION OF MISLEADING ADVERTISEMENT IN COACHING, 2024 

  • POLL SOP? CENTRE LIFTS ONION BAN, BUT EXPORT DUTY ONLY TO BENEFIT MAJOR EXPORTERS, TRADERS 

  • LAKSHYA AIRCRAFT 

  • PALIYAR TRIBE 

  • KOOTHANDAVAR FESTIVAL 
04 May 2024
  • THIS IS THE YEAR TO GET THE SDG GOALS BACK ON TRACK 

  • INDIA PRESS FREEDOM SCORE FELL OVER THE LAST YEAR: RSF 

  • THE PARADOX OF INDIA’S GLOBAL RISE, ITS REGIONAL DECLINE 

  • ORGAN DONATION HIT BY POOR IDENTIFICATION OF BRAIN DEATH CASES 

  • HAMAS TO SEND A DELEGATION TO EGYPT FOR CEASEFIRE TALKS 

  • BATILLIPES CHANDRAYAANI 

  • SHAKSGAM VALLEY 

  • HIGH MOBILITY ARTILLERY ROCKET SYSTEMS (HIMARS) 
03 May 2024
  • RECOGNISE ‘THIS LEAVE’ AS A WOMAN’S RIGHT 

  • DOES PMJAY NEED A DESIGN CHANGE? 

  • NPCI’S GLOBAL ARM TO DEVELOP UPI-LIKE SYSTEM FOR NAMIBIA 

  • WHY ARE INDIAN SPICES FACING THE HEAT? 

  • ANTARES 

  • KUTCH AJRAKH 

  • RED COLOBUS MONKEYS 

  • SUPERSONIC MISSILE-ASSISTED RELEASE OF TORPEDO (SMART) SYSTEM 
02 May 2024
  • THE SERVICES STORY 

  • INDIA ONE OF THE KEY GEOGRAPHIES AFFECTED BY PHISHING ATTACKS 

  • BUDGETS AND BILLS PASSED WITH LITTLE DELIBERATION 

  • ISRO FINDS PROOF OF ENHANCED POSSIBILITY OF WATER ICE IN POLAR CRATERS OF THE MOON 

  • LA CUMBRE VOLCANO 

  • PATACHITRA 

  • PEUCETIA CHHAPARAJNIRVIN 

  • EGGSHELL SKULL RULE  
01 May 2024
  • MAKE EPI AN ‘ESSENTIAL PROGRAMME ON IMMUNISATION’ 

  • COST OF MEALS ROSE BY 71% IN FIVE YEARS, SALARIES BY JUST 37%   

  • ASTRAZENECA SUBMISSION OVER COVID VACCINE NOTHING NEW, SAY DOCTORS 

  • CORE SECTORS SLID 5.2% IN MARCH 

  • THE GREAT RIFT VALLEY 

  • GLOBAL LEADERS GROUP (GLG) ON ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE 

  • SALMONELLA 

  • TAAM JA’ BLUE HOLE 
30 April 2024
  • EXPERT PANEL FAVOURS REOPENING ELEPHANT CORRIDOR, SHIFTING CHINNAKANAL COLONIES 

  • THE RISING SHARE OF PERSONAL INCOME TAX AND INDIRECT TAX IS A CONCERN  

  • THE PARADOX OF THRIFT: DOES A RISE IN SAVINGS CAUSE A FALL IN INVESTMENT? 

  • CRITICAL MINERALS SUMMIT 

  • ARMY TACTICAL MISSILE SYSTEM 

  • CHAMBAL RIVER 

  • OPIOIDS 

29 April 2024
  • INDIA’S CHINESE IMPORT BILL UP 2.3 TIMES IN 15 YEARS 

  • INEQUALITY CAN NO LONGER BE IGNORED 

  • TOWARDS GREEN GROWTH 

  • NHRC ACCREDITATION STATUS FACES REVIEW IN GENEVA THIS WEEK 

  • CHAKISAURUS NEKUL 

  • MEPHEDRONE 

  • ALAGAR TEMPLE IN MADURAI 

  • ASSET RECONSTRUCTION COMPANIES  

25 April 2024
  • SUPREME COURT REGISTRY REFUSES TO RECEIVE PETITION TO ABOLISH COLLEGIUM SYSTEM & REVIVE NJAC

  • DESPITE UNCERTAINTIES, RISE IN SERVICE EXPORTS IN INDIA IN 2023

  • RBI’S DRAFT RULES FOR PAYMENT AGGREGATORS

  • COURTING ACTION

  • ATACAMA DESERT

  • GLOBAL REPORT ON FOOD CRISIS (GRFC)

  • TIGER CONSERVATION COALITION

  • ROSS ICE SHELF

26 April 2024
  • REALITY OF SWACHH BHARAT MISSION

  • TENSIONS GROW IN WEST ASIA, A HEAVILY MILITARISED REGION

  • NO FORESTS OR ANIMALS WILL BE LEFT IF HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICTS CONTINUE: SC

  • ON THE NATIONAL CLEAN AIR PROGRAMME

  • PINK HYDROGEN

  • VOYAGER 1

  • TINA FACTOR

  • CRYSTAL MAZE 2 MISSILE

24 April 2024
  • INSURING THE FUTURE 

  • TOWARDS A LESS POOR AND MORE EQUAL COUNTRY 

  • AN OVERVIEW OF THE PMAY-U SCHEME 

  • HOW IS INDIA PLANNING TO BOOST EV PRODUCTION? 

  • BLOOD BIOMARKERS  

  • RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 2016 (RPWD ACT) 

  • SAFEGUARD MEASURES OF WTO 

  • TUNDRA ECOSYSTEM 

23 April 2024
  • A LESSON FROM TAIWAN IN QUAKE RESILIENCE

  • RESTORING EARTH’S RIGHT TO ‘GOOD HEALTH

  • WHAT ARE RULES AROUND STAR CAMPAIGNERS? 

  •  ACCUSED IN CRIMINAL CASES WON MORE SEATS IN 17TH LS

  • SC ALLOWS 14-YEAR-OLD RAPE SURVIVOR TO UNDERGO PREGNANCY TERMINATION 

  • MOUNT EREBUS 

  • RAMPAGE  

  • EXERCISE POORVI LEHAR (XPOL) 

22 April 2024
  • NET DIRECT TAX COLLECTIONS EXCEED 2023-24 TARGET 

  • SOBERING ASSESSMENT 

  • CHALLENGES IN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT 

  • THE MPOX VIRUS USES A ‘GENOMIC ACCORDION’ TO EVOLVE AND INFECT HUMANS 

  • CORALS 

  • CHOLERA VACCINE 

  • META LLAMA 3 

  • SOIL ACIDIFICATION 

20 April 2024
  • FOSSILS OF HUGE PREHISTORIC SNAKE FOUND IN KUTCH MINE

  • ISRAEL, A TWO-STATE SOLUTION, SOME RECENT PERCEPTIONS

  • FORESTS A NATIONAL ASSET AND MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO FINANCIAL WEALTH: SC

  • INDIA DELIVERS FIRST BATCH OF BRAHMOS SUPERSONIC MISSILES TO PHILIPPINES

  • CENTRE RELEASES CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK FOR ANGANWADIS

  • CENTRE ASKS FSSAI TO INITIATE ‘APPROPRIATE ACTION’ AGAINST NESTLE

  • WHITE DWARF

  • EBOLA VIRUS

  • IRON AGE

19 April 2024
  • WHY HAVE PRIVATE INVESTMENTS DROPPED?

  • INDIA’S NUANCED APPROACH IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

  • ACTIVITY-BASED CURRICULUM DRAWN UP FOR ANGANWADIS

  • WHO DEFINES PATHOGENS THAT TRANSMIT THROUGH AIR

  • TACHYONS

  • IMPOSSIBLE TO TAMPER WITH EVMS AT ANY STAGE, EC TELLS SC

  • MOUNT RUANG CRATER

  • TORRENTIAL RAIN

18 April 2024
  • CONSUMER RIGHTS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES 

  • WHY HAS INDIA ALLOWED FIIS TO INVEST IN ITS GREEN BONDS? 

  • REFORMS NEEDED IN THE VOTING PROCESS 

  • X SAYS IT TOOK DOWN FOUR POSTS AS PER EC DIRECTIVE 

  • MISSING COLLEGES 

  • FY24: NEW PRIVATE INVESTMENTS DIP 15%; STATES LEAD CAPEX RISE’ 

  • POMPEII 

  • EXERCISE DUSTLIK 

  • BUMBLEBEES 

  • KEROGEN 
  • GAIA-BH3 
15 April 2024
  • FERTILITY LEVELS DROP BELOW ONE IN MANY ASIAN NATIONS

  • DECODING THE JUDGMENT ON JIM CORBETT

  • FLEETING RELIEF

  • MAN PORTABLE ANTI-TANK GUIDED MISSILE (MPATGM)

  • FINANCIAL SERVICES INSTITUTIONS BUREAU (FSIB)

  • HYDROGEL

  • GLOBAL FOREST WATCH (GFW)

  • DOXXING

  • PACE SATELLITE

13 April 2024
  • ANNUAL STATUS OF EDUCATION REPORT (ASER) 2023

  • RISKY PREMISE

  • JOSHIMATH EVACUEES RETURN TO THEIR UNSAFE & DAMAGED HOMES EVEN AS REHABILITATION POLICY NON-EXISTENT AFTER 16 MONTHS

  • WAYANAD WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

  • THE WORLD CYBERCRIME INDEX

  • MANGE OUTBREAK

12 April 2024
  • CRAFTED AT HOME, NEXCAR19 TAKES INDIA TO NEXT LEVEL IN CANCER CARE

  • INDIA TO FACE MOST IMPACT IF HIGH U.S. INTEREST RATES PERSIST’

  • INDIA HAD OVER 11% OF GLOBAL HEPATITIS BURDEN IN 2022, WITH 35.3 MILLION CASES

  • ISRO’S ZERO ORBITAL DEBRIS MILESTONE

  • BAOBAB TREE

  • NATIONAL INVESTMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE FUND (NIIF)

  • CURATIVE PETITION

  • IMF’S FISCAL MONITOR REPORT

10 April 2024
  • A DISTINCT RIGHT

  • GROSS MISMANAGEMENT

  • CBDT TOLD TO VERIFY RAJEEV CHANDRASEKHAR’S AFFIDAVIT

  • NTPC LAUNCHES NEW EDITION OF GIRL EMPOWERMENT MISSION

  • LAVENDER CULTIVATION IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR

  • PREDICATE OFFENCE AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE

  • TSAT-1A: A REVOLUTIONARY EARTH OBSERVATION SATELLITE

  • PEACE CLAUSE AT WTO

08 April 2024
  • MSMES PURSUE GST REFORMS WITH CANDIDATES

  • SHAPING INDIA’S PATH TO INCLUSIVE HEALTH CARE

  • OVER 73,000 APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED ON THE SUVIDHA PORTAL SINCE THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF GENERAL ELECTIONS 2024.

  • WAYWARD ELEPHANT

  • NATO

  • RBI RETAIL DIRECT SCHEME

  • THE SOUTHERN OCEAN: EARTH’S CLEAN AIR HAVEN

  • AZAD HIND GOVERNMENT

06 April 2024
  • GROUNDWATER QUALITY CAN BE IMPROVED EVEN WHEN MIXED WITH NITRATE-LADEN SURFACE WATER

  • PARLIAMENTS PAST, A MIRROR TO CHANGING DYNAMICS

  • SC STAYS HC ORDER STRIKING DOWN LAW REGULATING MADRASAS

  • RAKHIGARHI FINDINGS IN NCERT BOOKS; NARMADA DAM REFERENCES DROPPED

  • AGNI-PRIME MISSILE

  • PAIRA CROPPING SYSTEM

  • SANNATI BUDDHIST SITE

  • S.A.R.A.H., SMART AI RESOURCE ASSISTANT FOR HEALTH.

05 April 2024
  • UNIVERSITIES MUST BUDGE ON COLLEGE AUTONOMY NUDGE

  • REVISIT THESE SECTIONS OF THE BHARATIYA NYAYA SANHITA

  • HOW ARE SYMBOLS ALLOTTED TO POLITICAL PARTIES?

  • PRESIDENT OF INDIA, SMT. DROUPADI MURMU, LAUNCHED INDIA’S FIRST HOME-GROWN GENE THERAPY FOR CANCER AT IIT BOMBAY.

  • PRATUSH TELESCOPE

  • NITROGEN-FIXING BACTERIA

  • TIDALLY LOCKED PLANET

  • CONTEMPT OF COURT

04 April 2024
  • TURNING THE SPOTLIGHT ON THE URBAN POOR

  • SHOULD STATE GOVERNMENTS BORROW MORE?

  • MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE HITS TAIWAN: WHAT IS THE RING OF FIRE?

  • NUCLEAR POWER IS KEY TO DEVELOPMENT, SAYS IIMA STUDY

  • A RARE CHANCE TO WITNESS THE SUN’S CORONA DURING A SOLAR ECLIPSE, WHERE THE OUTER ATMOSPHERE BECOMES VISIBLE.

  • GLACIAL LAKE OUTBURST FLOODS

  • PM-SUMAN SCHEME

  • SWELL WAVES

03 April 2024
  • ED CAN SUMMON ANYONE FOR ‘ANY INFORMATION’: SC

  • A REFORM WINDOW

  • ARUNACHAL AN INTEGRAL PART OF INDIA: CENTRE

  • INDIA’S DEFENCE EXPORTS GROW 32.5% ON YEAR TO TOUCH RECORD HIGH

  • TRAI SEEKS MORE INPUTS ON NATIONAL BROADCASTING POLICY

  • BRIDGE FUEL

  • LEAP SECOND

  • VVPAT: VOTER VERIFIABLE PAPER AUDIT TRAIL (VVPAT)

02 April 2024
  • CENTRE AND CONGRESS SPAR OVER KATCHATHEEVU ISSUE

  • TEAM LED BY PRL AHMEDABAD FINDS OZONE ON JUPITER’S MOON

  • SOLAR SURGE

  • THE PMLA — A LAW THAT HAS LOST ITS WAY

  • AI IN ELECTIONS, THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

  •  RED SEA

  • CLEAN ENERGY TRANSITIONS PROGRAMME

  • ATAL TUNNEL

01 April 2024
  • THE ART OF INDIA’S HIV/AIDS RESPONSE

  • THE FINANCE COMMISSION AND PUBLIC FINANCE IN KERALA

  • COMPOUNDING CRISES

  • UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARKS NETWORK

  • ONYX MISSILE

  • ORNAMENTS FROM FISH OTOLITHS

30 March 2024
  • BONDS, BIG MONEY AND AN IMPERFECT DEMOCRACY

  • A BALANCING ACT

  • DISCUSSED ‘PEACE FORMULA’ WITH INDIA, SAYS UKRAINE FOREIGN MINISTER

  • GEM MAY OFFER WORKS CONTRACTS

  • BUTTERFLY CICADA

  •  CoViNet

  • KERALA KALAMANDALAM LIFTS GENDER RESTRICTIONS FOR MOHINIYATTAM

  • KALAM-250 ROCKET

28 March 2024
  • INDIA TB REPORT-2024: MISSING CASES SHRINKING, 95% GOT TREATMENT IN 2023

  • CENTRE NOTIFIES NEW WAGE RATES FOR MGNREGA WORKERS: GOA SEES HIGHEST HIKE, UTTAR PRADESH LOWEST

  • INDIA INCREASES US OIL IMPORTS AMID RUSSIAN SANCTIONS

  • KALAMANDALAM TO GO GENDER-NEUTRAL; MALE STUDENTS CAN LEARN MOHINIYATTAM

  • MAGNETOFOSSILS

  • SAMUDRA PAHEREDAR

  • MEME COINS

27 March 2024
  • EMPLOYMENT SCENARIO IN INDIA GRIM, SAYS ILO REPORT

  • SUPREME COURT RAISES CONCERN OVER THE RICH GAGGING MEDIA

  • INACCESSIBILITY AND COST CRIPPLE EFFORTS TO TREAT SICKLE CELL DISEASE

  • THE NEED TO CURB BLACK CARBON EMISSIONS

  • CAPTIVE ELEPHANT TRANSFER RULES NOTIFIED

  • CANNABIS

  • ETURNAGARAM WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

26 March 2024
  • WHY IS THE EU PROBING BIG TECH UNDER THE DIGITAL MARKETS ACT?

  • WATER CRISIS IN BENGALURU LINKED TO URBANISATION OF KODAGU

  • EL NINO IMPACT LEAVES MALAWI AND REGION ON THE EDGE OF A HUNGER CRISIS

  • INDIA’S BIRTH CRISIS: WHAT THE LANCET FORECAST OF FERTILITY RATE DIP TO 1.29 BY 2050 MEANS

  • GULF OF MANNAR

  • VOTE-FROM-HOME

  • ELECTORAL TRUSTS

  • ARSENIC

  • WORLD TUBERCULOSIS DAY

  • OLA’S KRUTRIM AI

23 March 2024
  • DELHI CHIEF MINISTER ARVIND KEJRIWAL ARRESTED IN EXCISE POLICY CASE: ALLEGATIONS OF CONSPIRACY AND CORRUPTION SURFACE

  • REVIVING TRADITION: THE TIMELESS ARTISTRY OF GULAAL GOTA MAKING IN JAIPUR

  • MODI WINS BHUTAN AWARD: LIST OF ALL INTERNATIONAL STATE HONOURS PM HAS WON

  • WHO PAYS, WHO WINS

  • INS TIR AND INS SUJATA

  • WHITE DWARFS

  • EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE

03 April 2024
  • ED CAN SUMMON ANYONE FOR ‘ANY INFORMATION’: SC

  • A REFORM WINDOW

  • ARUNACHAL AN INTEGRAL PART OF INDIA: CENTRE

  • INDIA’S DEFENCE EXPORTS GROW 32.5% ON YEAR TO TOUCH RECORD HIGH

  • TRAI SEEKS MORE INPUTS ON NATIONAL BROADCASTING POLICY

  • BRIDGE FUEL

  • LEAP SECOND

  • VVPAT: VOTER VERIFIABLE PAPER AUDIT TRAIL (VVPAT)

22 March 2024
  • ELON MUSK’S NEURALINK SHOWS BRAIN-CHIP PATIENT PLAYING ONLINE CHESS

  • SUPREME COURT STAYS GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATION ACTIVATING FACT-CHECK UNIT

  • STUDY OF ‘TWIN’ STARS FINDS SOME OF THEM ARE PLANET-EATERS

  • SC FORMS EXPERT PANEL TO BALANCE BUSTARD CONSERVATION WITH SUSTAINABLE ENERGY GOALS

  • MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT TIGHTENS RULES ON BIOPLASTICS

  • BRUCETHOA ISRO

  • COCOA BEANS

21 March 2024
  • INDIA’S TOP 1% INCOME, WEALTH SHARES HAVE REACHED HISTORICAL HIGHS

  • INDIA’S SOLAR WASTE COULD REACH 600 KILOTONNES BY 2030 STUDY

  • 8-HOUR TIME-RESTRICTED EATING LINKED TO A 91% HIGHER RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DEATH

  • INDIA’S ‘PROTECTED’ BASMATI VARIETIES RENAMED & CULTIVATED IN PAK, IARI DEMANDS LEGAL ACTION

  • IIT KHARAGPUR, INDIAN NAVY PARTNER TO DRIVE INNOVATION THROUGH RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP

  • 22 ARTIFACTS LOOTED AFTER THE BATTLE OF OKINAWA RETURNED TO JAPAN

  • VERNAL EQUINOX

  • INTER-STATE COORDINATION FOR WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

20 March 2024
  • DELHI MOST POLLUTED CAPITAL IN WORLD, SAYS SWISS REPORT

  • WMO: 2023 HOTTEST YEAR GLOBALLY, SET CLIMATE INDICATOR RECORDS

  • FIVE-DAY 41ST STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING OF INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELLS

  • TIES THAT EPITOMISE INDIA’S NEIGHBOURHOOD FIRST POLICY

  • PEATLANDS

  • DEVELOPING COUNTRIES TRADING SCHEME

  • BUGUN LIOCICHLA

19 March 2024
  • SAKHI TO BE A FRIEND IN NEED FOR GAGANYAAN CREW

  • STUDY REPORTS EVIDENCE OF ‘MISSING’ SPRING IN INDIA

  • CHEMICALS IN PLASTICS FAR MORE NUMEROUS THAN PREVIOUS ESTIMATES: REPORT

  • COONOOR FIRE RAGES FOR THIRD DAY, SPREADS ACROSS VAST SWATHES OF FOREST

  • VIOLENCE, HOMELESSNESS, AND WOMEN’S MENTAL HEALTH

  • FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE (FMD)

  • BALLISTIC MISSILES

18 March 2024
  • KERALA TO CHALLENGE WITHHOLDING OF PRESIDENTIAL ASSENT FOR ITS BILLS

  • ICECUBE: THE BIG, CHILL NEUTRINOSPOTTER

  • SON’S TRIBUTE TO FATHER, ‘PIECE OF GUJARAT IN DELHI’: STORY OF CHAUSATH KHAMBA

  • ARUNACHAL INHERENT PART OF CHINA, CLAIMS CHINESE MILITARY

  • T M KRISHNA TO GET SANGITA KALANIDHI AWARD

  • PANDAVULA GUTTA

  • RICE BRAN

15 March 2024
  • PRASAR BHARATI LAUNCHES NEWS SHARING PLATFORM PB-SHABD

  • EUSCORPIOPS KRACHAN

  • HAS POVERTY REALLY DROPPED TO 5% IN INDIA?

  • GLOBAL METHANE TRACKER

  • PRIME MINISTER SPEARHEADS NATIONAL MISSION TO ATTAIN EDIBLE OIL SELF-SUFFICIENCY

  • ELECTORAL BONDS: NO GOING BACK TO SQUARE ONE

  • LYME DISEASE

  • WORLD MONUMENTS FUND WATCH 2025 PROGRAM

14 March 2024
  • SUPREME COURT TO HEAR PLEA TO BRING CJI BACK IN SELECTION COMMITTEE

  • BHARAT SHAKTI

  • RUSSIAN DOMINANCE IN INDIA’S ARMS IMPORTS DECLINES

  • HOCKLEY-QUEISSER LIMIT IN PHOTOVOLTAICS

  • PM-SURAJ PORTAL

  • HYODOL DOLLS

  • UCPMP (UNIFORM CODE OF PHARMACEUTICAL MARKETING PRACTICES)

13 March 2024
  • STAND OF STATE GOVERNMENTS WILL NOT IMPACT CAA: OFFICIAL

  • INDIA WORLD’S TOP ARMS IMPORTER BETWEEN 2019-23: SIPRI

  • HOW IS NUCLEAR WASTE GENERATED?

  • THREE MEMBERS SWORN IN TO THE LOKPAL OF INDIA

  • ANTHROPOCENE EPOCH

  • INS TUSHIL

  • ANNUAL JAL SHAKTI ABHIYAN: CATCH THE RAIN (JSA: CTR 2024) CAMPAIGN.

12 March 2024
  • CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT ACT 2019: A TIMELINE OF EVENTS, CONTROVERSIES

  • MISSION DIVYASTRA: AGNI-5 GETS MULTIPLE WARHEADS CAPABILITY

  • KERALA SEES MUMPS OUTBREAK

  • PM MODI HANDS OUT DRONES TO OVER 1000 WOMEN FROM SHGs

  • ASTRONOMERS SPOT OLDEST ‘DEAD’ GALAXY YET OBSERVED

  • SAMUDRAYAAN PROJECT

  • GOLDEN LANGURS

11 March 2024
  • JUNGLE SAFARI STARTS IN NEW ZONE NEAR CORBETT TIGER RESERVE

  • IN GUJARAT, HARNESSING THE VALUE OF DUNG TO BOOST FARMERS’ INCOME

  • ‘DIFFERENCES’ WITH CEC MAY HAVE LED TO GOEL QUITTING

  • REPORT TURNS SPOTLIGHT ON INDIA’S ‘ZERO-FOOD CHILDREN’

  • PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE

  • PARROT FEVER

  • ‘MEASLES AND RUBELLA CHAMPION AWARD’

9 March 2024
  • LINKING OF AADHAAR WITH VOTER CARDS: WHY EC WANTS MORE ELECTORAL REFORMS?

  • QUEST TO DECLARE ANTHROPOCENE AN EPOCH DESCENDS INTO EPIC ROW

  • MEGHALAYA’S BYRNIHAT INDIA’S MOST POLLUTED CITY IN 2023: REPORT

  • ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS IN PALESTINIAN AREAS AMOUNT TO ‘WAR CRIME’: UN HUMAN RIGHTS

  • WHO WARNS OF GROWING RESISTANCE TO GSK’S HIV DRUG

  • SEA DEFENDERS-2024

  • ORANS (SACRED GROVES)

  • TAENIOGONALOS DEEPAKI

     

8 March 2024
  • MEDIUM OF EXCHANGE – OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

  • A BOLD STEP TOWARDS A CERVICAL CANCER-FREE FUTURE

  • UNDERSEA MESSAGE: INDIA, GET MORE CABLE-ABLE

  • TREES IN CORBETT FELL PREY TO GREEDY NEXUS, SAYS SUPREME COURT

  • RUPA TARAKASI

  • PM MODI INAUGURATES INDIA’S FIRST UNDERWATER METRO IN KOLKATA

  • 85% OF GIG WORKERS WORK FOR MORE THAN 8 HOURS: STUDY

7 March 2024
  • WHO WAS AYYA VAIKUNDAR, AND WHY TN GOVERNOR CALLING HIM ‘SANATAN DHARMA SAVIOUR’ SPARKED A ROW

  • INDIA TO GROW 6.8% IN FY25, BECOME UPPER-MIDDLE-INCOME ECONOMY BY FY31: CRISIL

  • THE TALE OF ‘HAVE MONEY, BUY MIRACLE DRUG’

  • PROMOTING CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY: COAL GASIFICATION

  • NEW CATALYST CAN FACILITATE UREA-ASSISTED WATER SPLITTING – A NEW STRATEGY FOR ENERGY-EFFICIENT HYDROGEN PRODUCTION

  • CYCAS CIRCINALIS

  • BEGONIA NARAHARI

  • TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE

6 March 2024
  • METHANESAT, A SATELLITE WHICH WILL ‘NAME AND SHAME’ METHANE EMITTERS

  • NOAA WARNS WORLD’S CORAL ON VERGE OF ‘WORST BLEACHING EVENT IN HISTORY OF THE PLANET’

  • 100 TALUKS IN KARNATAKA HIT BY DRINKING WATER CRISIS, SAYS CHIEF MINISTER

  • INDIA TARGETS FIVE-FOLD INCREASE IN ITS SHARE OF THE GLOBAL SPACE ECONOMY

  • A CLOTH CALLED RISA: PART OF TRIPURA CULTURE, SET TO BE A NATIONAL BRAND

  • HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS

  • PROJECT SEABIRD

5 March 2024
  • SC STRIKES BALANCE BETWEEN GRAFT CHARGES, PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGE

  • INDIA CONDUCTS FIFTH CYCLE LEOPARD POPULATION ESTIMATION

  • NARASAPUR CROCHET LACE CRAFT GETS GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION TAG

  • IS INDIA FINALLY ENTERING STAGE II OF ITS NUCLEAR PROGRAMME?

  • DEFENCE MINISTER SINGH LAUNCHES ADITI SCHEME TO PROMOTE INNOVATION IN CRITICAL TECHNOLOGIES

  • JWST OBSERVATIONS UNVEIL STELLAR IMPACT ON PLANET FORMATION IN ORION NEBULA

  • YARS MISSILE TEST FIRE

4 March 2024
  • WHAT IS GREY ZONE WARFARE, MENTIONED BY INDIA’S CHIEF OF DEFENCE STAFF RECENTLY?

  • WHY THAILAND’S NOW-REPLACED WTO AMBASSADOR QUESTIONED INDIA’S AGRICULTURE SUBSIDIES, WHAT INDIA ARGUED

  • PM MODI TO LAUNCH PROJECTS WORTH OVER RS 62K CRORE IN TELANGANA, VISIT TN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

  • MOUNTAINS OF PLASTIC ARE CHOKING THE HIMALAYAN STATES

  • NHAVA SHEVA PORT

  • INS JATAYU

2 March 2024
  • NINE INJURED IN SUSPECTED IED BLAST AT CAFÉ IN BENGALURU’S TECH HUB

  • UNRESTRAINED POACHING PLAYS A ROLE IN DISAPPEARANCE OF ODISHA’S LEOPARDS

  • PM MODI HAILS CABINET DECISION ON ESTABLISHMENT OF INTERNATIONAL BIG CAT ALLIANCE

  • AROUND 5,000 FARMER PRODUCER ORGANIZATIONS (FPOS) REGISTERED ON ONDC PLATFORM

  • DOOMSDAY GLACIER

  • THE VERY SHORT-RANGE AIR DEFENCE SYSTEM (VSHORADS) MISSILE

  • URBAN FRAMED SURVEY (UFS)

1 March 2024
  • 13,874 LEOPARDS IN INDIA, MADHYA PRADESH LEADS THE PACK

  • FIRST TECHNICAL TEAM FROM INDIA ARRIVES IN MALDIVES

  • HUMPBACK WHALES OBSERVED MATING FOR THE FIRST TIME. BOTH WERE MALES

  • SECOND ADVANCE ESTIMATES OF NATIONAL INCOME, 2023-24

  • ZSI NAMES A NEWLY DISCOVERED HEAD-SHIELD SEA SLUG AFTER PRESIDENT DROUPADI MURMU

  • KULASEKARAPATTINAM: A SWEET SPOT FOR SMALL ROCKET LAUNCHES

  • ROEN OLMI

  • RBI’S DRAFT GUIDELINES ON CLIMATE-RELATED FINANCIAL RISKS

29 February 2024
  • IS KARNATAKA TEMPLE TAX BILL ‘ANTI-HINDU’?

  • SUBMERGED DWARKA: SEA OF EVIDENCE OF A WELL-PLANNED ANCIENT CITY-STATE

  • PM MODI FLAGS OFF FIRST INDIGENOUS HYDROGEN FUEL CELL FERRY

  • EARLY JACARANDA BLOOM SPARKS DEBATE ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE IN MEXICO

  • AFRICAN CLUBS ASSOCIATION (ACA) PRESS CONFERENCE

  • NORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALES

  • SWAYAM PLUS

28 February 2024
  • GAGANYAAN: ISRO REVEALS FOUR ASTRONAUTS FOR INDIA’S FIRST HUMAN SPACEFLIGHT MISSION

  • CAA RULES LIKELY TO BE NOTIFIED BEFORE LOK SABHA POLL CODE: REPORT

  • STATE EYES FEMALE TIGERS FROM CENTRAL INDIA FOR STR

  • ‘10,000 GENOME’ PROJECT COMPLETED, SAYS GOVERNMENT

  • ‘FIRST TIME IN INDIA’: AFRICAN-MEDITERRANEAN WADER BIRD SPOTTED IN WARANGAL

  • INDIA-SPECIFIC MODEL TO GIVE ACCURATE GESTATIONAL AGE OF FOETUS

  • FLUE CURED TOBACCO

27 February 2024
  • PM MODI INAUGURATES SUDARSHAN SETU, INDIA’S LONGEST CABLE-STAYED BRIDGE

  • 5,000-YEAR-OLD DNAS REVEAL SIX CASES OF DOWN AND EDWARDS SYNDROME

  • RAISINA DIALOGUE 2024

  • INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION OF PHYSICISTS ACHIEVES FIRST SUCCESSFUL LASER COOLED POSITRONIUM

  • MAHARASHTRA: COMMISSIONER OF STATE EDUCATION DEFENDS RTE CHANGES AMIDST UPROAR

  • ATTUKAL PONGALA CELEBRATED WITH POMP BY WOMEN IN KERALA

  • KEN RIVER

  • SCIENTISTS UNRAVEL THE MYSTERY OF THE PROTEIN FACTORY IN OUR CELLS

26 February 2024
  • AHEAD OF UCC, ASSAM DECIDES TO REPEAL MUSLIM MARRIAGES ACT

  • POVERTY IN INDIA HAS REDUCED TO 5%, CLAIMS NITI AAYOG CEO

  • TELANGANA: 1,300-YEAR-OLD TEMPLES FROM BADAMI CHALUKYAN PERIOD DISCOVERED

  • BLACK HOLES

  • THAWING ARCTIC PERMAFROST COULD RELEASE RADIOACTIVE, CANCER-CAUSING RADON

  • FLOODPLAIN

  • SHAHPUR KANDI BARRAGE: HALTING RAVI RIVER FLOW TO PAKISTAN

24 February 2024
  • PRIME MINISTER MODI ON INDIA’S DEVELOPMENT PATH INSPIRED BY GURU RAVIDAS

  • ZOO CROSSES YET ANOTHER MILESTONE AS IT TRANSLOCATES 40 DEER TO DANDELI

  • ULTRA-PROCESSED FOOD

  • CHANGING THE GROWTH PARADIGM

  • PURPLE FROG

  • ARMED WITH SPEARS AND SHIELDS, NIHANG SIKHS JOIN FARMERS’ PROTEST

  • RAISINA DIALOGUE 2024 AND GREY-ZONE WARFARE

23 February 2024
  • INDIA ACHIEVES MILESTONE IN KALA AZAR ELIMINATION: A PUBLIC HEALTH TRIUMPH

  • IISC SCIENTISTS DEVELOP SYNTHETIC ANTIBODY TO NEUTRALISE DEADLY SNAKE BITE TOXIN

  • APEDA FORMULATES ROADMAP TO PUSH ORGANIC EXPORTS FROM UTTARAKHAND AND SIKKIM

  • GOVERNMENT MEETS ACADEMIA AND INDUSTRY TO STEER R&D PROJECTS UNDER NATIONAL GREEN HYDROGEN MISSION

  • SOLAR MAXIMUM

  • INTACH’S UNESCO RECOGNITION EFFORTS FOR PARUVETA FESTIVAL

  • NTPC’S ESG SCORE ADVANCES IN CDP WATER SECURITY RATING

22 February 2024
  • JUDICIAL GIANT FALI S NARIMAN LEAVES AN UNMATCHED LEGACY

  • CABINET APPROVES HIKE IN SUGARCANE FRP BY RS 25 TO RS 340 PER QUINTAL FOR 2024-25 SEASON

  • SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF HUMAN RATING OF CE20 CRYOGENIC ENGINE FOR THE GAGANYAAN PROGRAMME

  • BEYOND SHELTER, DWELLER NEEDS WITHIN THE FOUR WALLS

  • CENTRE ALLOCATES ₹20 CRORE TO BAIL OUT POOR PRISONERS

  • GREAT NICOBAR: INDIAN PRESIDENT VISITS ISLAND AS FEARS GROW FOR SHOMPEN TRIBE

  • RAISINA DIALOGUE 2024

  • REC FOUNDATION CONTRIBUTES TO ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY FUND

21 February 2024
  • MAHARASHTRA ASSEMBLY PASSES MARATHA QUOTA BILL

  • INDIA SEEKS $26 BLN OF PRIVATE NUCLEAR POWER INVESTMENTS

  • CENTRE SANCTIONS NEW RAILWAY LINE BETWEEN PURI AND KONARK

  • SC EXAMINES DIVORCED MUSLIM WOMEN’S RIGHT TO MAINTENANCE UNDER SECTION 125 OF THE CRPC

  • ANOXIC MARINE BASINS ARE AMONG THE BEST CANDIDATES FOR DEEP-SEA CARBON SEQUESTRATION

  • MORODHARO

  • UNESCAP’S ‘ASIA AND THE PACIFIC SDG PROGRESS REPORT 2024

     

20 February 2024
  • FARMERS REJECT CENTRE’S PROPOSAL ON MSP ON FIVE CROPS

  • LA NINA IMPACTED AIR QUALITY IN INDIA IN THE WINTER OF 2022

  • WHY ARE HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICTS ESCALATING IN KERALA?

  • CAMBODIA TO REVIVE TIGER POPULATION WITH INDIA’S HELP

  • DOZENS OF MEN KILLED IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA TRIBAL VIOLENCE

  • DGCA ISSUES SHOW CAUSE NOTICE TO AIR INDIA FOR VIOLATION OF AIRCRAFT RULES

  • CHINOOK HELICOPTER PRECAUTIONARY LANDING IN PUNJAB

  • PONMUDI HILLS

     

19 February 2024
  • NEW LAPWING OBSERVED AT WARANGAL LAKE, A FIRST IN INDIA

  • WHAT OUR ANCESTORS’ GENOMES CAN TELL US ABOUT MODERN HEALTH

  • ULTRADIAN RHYTHMS: THE CYCLES OF LIFE

  • ‘NAUGHTY BOY’ TAMED: ISRO’S GSLV INJECTS WEATHER SATELLITE INTO ORBIT

  • MUNICH SECURITY CONFERENCE

  • BHARATIYA BHASHA SAMITI

  • SINGLE SPECIES ACTION PLAN FOCUSED ON CONSERVING THE HAWKSBILL TURTLE.

  • AMPHIPODS

17 February 2024
  • FARMERS’ PROTEST: THIRD ROUND OF DIALOGUE BETWEEN CENTRE, FARMERS UNDERWAY

  • INDIA-UAE BILATERAL RELATIONS

  • SANGAM: DIGITAL TWIN’ INITIATIVE

  • REPAIR OF NOHAR CANAL FEEDER WILL INCREASE WATER TO RAJASTHAN

  • THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW: COLLAPSE OF GULF STREAM POSSIBLE BY 2025

  • COAL MINISTRY TO HOST INDUSTRY MEET ON COAL GASIFICATION

  • GOLDEN-BACKED FROG

  • KANHA TIGER RESERVE

16 February 2024
  • SC RULES ELECTORAL BONDS SCHEME UNCONSTITUTIONAL

  • INSAT-3DS MISSION TO BE LAUNCHED FROM SRIHARIKOTA

  • NEW DRUG TO TREAT CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE GETS APPROVAL

  • WHAT IS BEHIND LADAKH’S UNREST?

  • KOTRAVAI SCULPTURE FROM PALLAVA PERIOD UNEARTHED NEAR ULUNDURPET

  • CASSINI SPACECRAFT

  • COP14: GLOBAL EFFORTS FOR MIGRATORY SPECIES CONSERVATION

  • AHIDF SCHEME

15 February 2024
  • FROM RESTORING FORESTS TO RIVER BASINS, SEVEN CONSERVATION INITIATIVES ACROSS CONTINENTS RECOGNISED BY UN

  • ON THE RIGHTS OF FOREST-DWELLERS

  • REALITY TECH FIRM UNVEILS DIGITAL TWIN OF MOHAMMED QULI QUTB SHAH’S TOMB

  • THE UNTAPPED POTENTIAL OF STEM CELLS IN MENSTRUAL BLOOD

  • KERALA HOUSE REQUESTS CENTRAL GOVT. TO AMEND WILDLIFE ACT

  • ‘RECONSIDER MOVE ON WITHDRAWAL OF FREE MOVEMENT REGIME’

  • A SCHEME THAT IS BLEEDING HOSPITALS DRY

  • FIRE CAPPED TIT

  • BIODIVERSITY HERITAGE SITE

  • HASTSAL MINAR

  • GROW PORTAL

  • SWACHHATA GREEN LEAF RATING SYSTEM

13 February 2024
  • WAYANAD ELEPHANT KILLS MAN

  • CMS COP14: EXPECT LISTING OF NEW SPECIES, ACTION PLANS FOR CONSERVATION AT SAMARKAND SUMMIT

  • A PRIVILEGED STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP, WITHOUT A GULF

  • SC SAYS JAIL, NOT BAIL, IS THE RULE UNDER THE UAPA

  • WHAT IS NAZOOL LAND, BEHIND RECENT DISPUTE AND VIOLENCE IN HALDWANI?

  • ALASKAPOX

  • SIX FOREST STAFF SUSPENDED FOR NEGLIGENCE

  • BOCHASANWASI AKSHAR PURUSHOTTAM SWAMINARAYAN SANSTHA (BAPS)

12 February 2024
  • FARMERS MAY START DELHI MARCH TODAY AS TALKS FAIL

  • THE WHITE PAPER ON THE ECONOMY IS A POLITICAL DIVERSION

  • OVER 3 LAKH ASHAS APPLY FOR CENTRE’S HEALTH COVER

  • NETANYAHU PROMISES ‘SAFE PASSAGE’ TO PALESTINIANS AHEAD OF RAFAH OPERATION

  • DHOKRA SHILPKALA

  • SENSORS MADE FROM ‘FROZEN SMOKE’ CAN DETECT TOXIC FORMALDEHYDE

  • KALASA-BANDURI PROJECT

  • SOVEREIGN GOLD BOND

9 February 2024
  • ‘INDIA’S KALADAN PROJECT IN MYANMAR IN LIMBO AS REBELS CONTROL KEY TOWN’

  • HATE SPEECH, MANIPUR ISSUE RAISED DURING ZERO HOUR

  • ‘MINOR’ WATER POLLUTION OFFENCES TO BE DECRIMINALISED

  • KYASANUR FOREST DISEASE: THE ASSAULT OF THE TICK

  • AJANTA & ELLORA NOW PART OF SWADESH DARSHAN SCHEME

  • MXENE-COATED DEVICES CAN GUIDE MICROWAVES IN SPACE AND LIGHTEN PAYLOADS

  • NO DISBURSAL DELAY OF PLI SOPS FOR WHITE GOODS: DPIIT

8 February 2024
  • 390-YEAR-OLD LAMP POST IN NALGONDA UNRAVELS TRADE LINKS OF TELANGANA

  • DOWNLOADING CHILD PORNOGRAPHY IS AN OFFENCE

  • OVER 20,000 FCRA LICENCES CANCELLED, MOST FROM T.N.

  • PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS (PREVENTION OF UNFAIR MEANS) BILL, 2024

  • ALTERMAGNETS

  • SEPAHIJALA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

  • AI MAY AUTOMATE DIAGNOSIS OF LUPUS

7 February 2024
  • CONGRESS TO REACH OUT TO LAKHS OF AGNIPATH SCHEME ASPIRANTS

  • RAJYA SABHA PASSES BILLS TO ADD PVTGS OF ODISHA, A.P. IN ST LISTS

  • MeitY TRANSFERS THE TECHNOLOGY FOR SMART FOOD GRAIN STORAGE SYSTEM (SAFEETY) TO THE INDUSTRY

  • NAGOYA PROTOCOL

  • HINDU KUSH HIMALAYA REGION, A BIOSPHERE CLOSE TO COLLAPSING, SAY SCIENTISTS

  • MADAGASCAR RESTORATION PROJECT

  • THRIPS PARVISPINUS

6 February 2024
  • GIANT LEAP FOR KALARIPAYATTU

  • CHAMPAI GOVT. WINS THE FLOOR TEST

  • HIGHER AUTONOMY OF PANCHAYATS LEADS TO BETTER HEALTH OUTCOMES

  • BRAZIL’S G20 EDWG SETS THREE PRIORITIES FOR GLOBAL EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT

  • CANDIDA AURIS

  • DUSTED APOLLO (PARNASSIUS STENOSEMUS)

  • InTranSE PROGRAM

5 February 2024
  • A SUNSHINE INITIATIVE

  • UNENDING WOES

  • A MAJOR REVAMP NEEDED FOR DHARANI

  • ERGOSPHERE: MAKING A BLACK HOLE WORK

  • FOREST OWLET

  • OBELISKS

  • GHAR PORTAL

3 February 2024
  • UNIFORM CIVIL CODE (UCC) IN UTTARAKHAND

  • MULTIDIMENSIONAL POVERTY IN INDIA

  • WILL EUROPEAN MUSEUMS RETURN SOUTHEAST ASIA’S ‘STOLEN’ ARTIFACTS?

  • TAMIL ACTOR VIJAY ENTERS POLITICS WITH ‘TAMILAGA VETRI KAZHAM’ PARTY

  • MANATEES

  • SUBIKA PAINTINGS

  • THANTHAI PERIYAR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

2 February 2024
  • NET ZERO GAIN FOR JOB GUARANTEE SCHEME

  • UNION BUDGET 2024 HIGHLIGHTS

  • 5 MORE WETLANDS GET RAMSAR TAG, TAKES INDIA TO 4TH POSITION GLOBALLY

  • MARTAND SUN TEMPLE

  • NEW SCHEME FOR BIO-MANUFACTURING, BIO-FOUNDRY ON THE CARDS

  • SPHAEROTHECA VARSHAABHU

  • NANO DAP IN AGRICULTURE

  • ONE STOP CENTRES (OSCS): EMPOWERING WOMEN AND ENSURING SAFETY

1 February 2024
  •  NCTE AWAITS MINISTRY NOD TO ROLL OUT NATIONAL MISSION FOR MENTORING

  • MUSK SAYS FIRST HUMAN HAS RECEIVED NEURALINK IMPLANT

  • CORE SECTOR OUTPUT GROWTH SLOWED TO A 14-MONTH LOW IN DECEMBER

  • ERAVIKULAM NATIONAL PARK

  • BHARAT 5G PORTAL

  • ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

  •  E INK DISPLAYS

31 January 2024
  • KANGAROO LIZARD SPECIES DISCOVERED IN WESTERN GHATS

  • INDIA NOMINATES 12 FORTS OF MARATHAS FOR UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE LIST

  • AFTER FOUR YEARS OF SURVEY, INDIA’S SNOW LEOPARD COUNT PUT AT 718

  • CENTRE STARTS SURVEY ON PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN WORKFORCE

  • MITOCHONDRIAL COXIELLA EFFECTOR F

  • GENERATIVE AI

  • INDIA-SAUDI JOINT MILITARY EXERCISE: SADA TANSEEQ

30 January 2024
  • PROS AND CONS OF SIMULTANEOUS ELECTIONS

  • ELECTIONS TO 56 RAJYA SABHA SEATS ON FEB. 27

  • KINNOW FARMING

  • WESTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS VIRUS (WEEV)

  • ASTRONAUT LORA O’HARA’S ALPENGLOW IMAGES

  • CONTRACEPTIVE PILL, ‘SAHELI’

  • PADMA AWARDS 2024

29 January 2024
  • ONE DEAD, 17 HURT AS STAGE COLLAPSES AT KALKAJI TEMPLE

  • ONLY 1% WOMEN SCREENED FOR CERVICAL CANCER IN INDIA

  • INSAT-3DS SATELLITE SENT TO LAUNCH PORT IN SRIHARIKOTA

  • ECOWAS: NIGER, MALI AND BURKINA FASO QUIT WEST AFRICAN BLOC BBC

  • CAA IMPLEMENTATION ACROSS THE COUNTRY IN 7 DAYS

  • FUTALA LAKE

  • CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD)

  • TASAR SILK

27 January 2024
  • ‘JET ENGINE DEAL WITH FRANCE WILL GIVE 100% ACCESS TO TECH’

  • GOVT EXTENDS VIKSIT BHARAT SANKALP YATRA TO COVER ALL CIVIC BODIES

  • CHANDRAYAAN HELPED MOON-LANDER MAKE PINPOINT LANDING, SAYS JAPAN

  • CSIR’S REPUBLIC DAY TABLEAU HIGHLIGHTS THE PURPLE REVOLUTION

  • NFRA TO INSPECT BIG 4, OTHERS IN 2024 TOO

  • SODA LAKES: THE MISSING LINK IN THE ORIGIN OF LIFE?

  • WANDERING ALBATROSSES

  • DISEASE X

25 January 2024
  • FRENCH PRESIDENT MACRON TO ARRIVE IN JAIPUR TODAY, LIKELY TO USE UPI FOR TRANSACTION AT HAWA MAHAL

  • OPERATION SARVASHAKTI

  • UNION GOVT. DID NOT SUPPORT JALLIKATTU AT SC HEARING, SAYS TAMIL NADU CM

  • HOTTEST YEAR 2023 IS A SIGN OF MORE NATURAL DISASTERS IN FUTURE

  • COALITION FOR EPIDEMIC PREPAREDNESS INNOVATIONS (CEPI)

  • MPEMBA EFFECT

  • AGULHAS LONG-BILLED LARK

24 January 2024
  • INDIA’S ACME AND JAPAN’S IHI SIGN FOR GREEN AMMONIA SUPPLY DEAL

  • SWEDEN SET TO BECOME NATO MEMBER

  • THE ROOFTOP SOLAR PLAN

  • HOW PHYSICISTS ARE MAKING SENSE OF THE MYSTERY OF PULSAR GLITCHES

  • PRADHAN MANTRI RASHTRIYA BAL PURASKAR (PMRBP)

  • WADGE BANK ECOSYSTEM

  • SMART LANDER FOR INVESTIGATING MOON (SLIM)

23 January 2024
  • APEX COURT TO DECIDE IF CENTRE ENCROACHED ON PUNJAB’S DOMAIN

  • WITH NO IRON OR STEEL, AYODHYA TEMPLE IS A STUDY IN SANDSTONE

  • FIRED UP AND PLUGGED IN

  • GROUND REPORT FINDS HIMALAYAN FARMERS ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE

  • JAMMU CSIR LAB FINDS CANNABIS COMPOUND THAT HAS ANTIBIOTIC EFFECTS

  • ARAVALLI HILLS

  • BINTURONG & SMALL-CLAWED OTTER

  • LASER COMMUNICATION WITH VIKRAM LANDER

  • PANAMA CANAL

  • NUCLEAR BATTERIES

22 January 2024
  • CONSECRATION TODAY; PM, PRIESTS TO LEAD CEREMONIES

  • BENGAL RIGHTS BODIES DECRY ‘SUSPENSION OF FUNDS’ ALLOCATED FOR PROCUREMENT OF PADDY

  • WITH JUST TWO SPEAKERS, A LANGUAGE IN KERALA WITH NO SCRIPT IS ON THE BRINK OF EXTINCTION

  • NISAR MISSION ON TRACK FOR A LAUNCH SOON: NASA OFFICIAL

  • IRAN’S RETALIATORY STRIKES IN WEST ASIA AND IMPACT ON INDIA’S INTERESTS

  • IIL LAUNCHES FIRST INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOPED HEPATITIS A VACCINE, ‘HAVISURE’

  • PRIME MINISTER LAUNCHED BOEING SUKANYA PROGRAM TO SUPPORT GIRL’S ENTRY INTO AVIATION SECTOR

  • BOTTOM TRAWLING

  • LASER COMMUNICATION WITH VIKRAM LANDER

  • PANAMA CANAL

  • NUCLEAR BATTERIES

19 January 2024
  • 9 KILLED AS PAK. LAUNCHES RETALIATORY AIR STRIKES

  • TWEAK IN DRUG PROCUREMENT PROCESS ON CARDS AFTER CBI STARTS PROBE INTO ‘SUBSTANDARD’ DRUGS

  • ‘CENTRE ATTEMPTING TO RUN RIVAL GOVERNMENTS USING GOVERNORS’

  • INDIA’S DOMESTIC AIR PASSENGER TRAFFIC SET TO TOUCH 300 MILLION BY 2030, SAYS CIVIL AVIATION MINISTER

  • BUDDHA’S TEACHINGS ARE NOT RELICS OF THE PAST, BUT A COMPASS FOR OUR FUTURE: VICE-PRESIDENT (VP)

  • DECODING INDIA’S CHANGING MONSOON PATTERNS: A TEHSIL LEVEL ASSESSMENT” REPORT RELEASED BY CEEW

  • NGO PRATHAM RELEASES ITS ‘ANNUAL STATUS OF EDUCATION REPORT (ASER) 2023: BEYOND BASICS

  • STATES’ STARTUP RANKING 2022 RELEASED BY DEPARTMENT FOR PROMOTION OF INDUSTRY AND INTERNAL TRADE (DPIIT)

  • CHITTORGARH FORT

  • MPLADS (MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT LOCAL AREA DEVELOPMENT SCHEME) E-SAKSHI MOBILE APPLICATION

  • SRI VEERABHADRA TEMPLE (ALSO KNOWN AS LEPAKSHI TEMPLE)

  • PUNGANUR COW (DWARF CATTLE OR MINI CATTLE)

  • TIBETAN BROWN BEAR

12 January 2024
  • DIRECT TAX KITTY CROSSES 80% OF 2023-24 TARGET

  • MINORITIES’ RIGHT TO ESTABLISH, ADMINISTER INSTITUTIONS WAS NOT TO MAKE THEM INSULAR: SC

  • AGNIPATH SCHEME WAS BROUGHT AFTER CONSULTATIONS: ARMY CHIEF

  • TEA ASSOCIATION OF INDIA WARNS OF RETURN TO ‘DARK PHASE’ FOR INDUSTRY

  • DENMARK ANNOUNCES ALLIANCE ON GREEN FUELS IN INDIA

  • WORLD EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL OUTLOOK TRENDS 2024

  • DRISHTI 10 STARLINER

11 January 2024
  • IISC DEVELOPS WARM VACCINE FOR COVID-19

  • CHANGE FOR THE WORSE

  • WHY DID NORTH INDIA FOG HEAVILY IN LAST WEEKS OF 2023?

  • ARMED UAVS IN THE HANDS OF NON-STATE ACTORS POSE A CHALLENGE, SAYS NAVY CHIEF

  • NASA’S SOLAR DYNAMICS OBSERVATORY (SDO) CAPTURED THE STRONGEST SOLAR FLARE SINCE 2017

  • MACHINE-TO-MACHINE (M2M) AND WIRELESS PERSONAL AREA NETWORK/WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK (WPAN/WLAN)

  • NATIONAL SPORTS AWARDS (NSA) 2023

10 January 2024
  • TWO TIGER DEATHS REPORTED IN TWO DAYS IN TELANGANA

  • REGULATION BY STATUTE DOES NOT ROB A VARSITY OF MINORITY STATUS: JUSTICE CHANDRACHUD

  • RAPID RISE IN WEB BLOCKING ORDERS, SHOWS RTI REPLY

  • COULD SISAL LEAVES MAKE SANITARY NAPKINS MORE SUSTAINABLE IN INDIA?

  • PRIVATE MOON MISSION FACING A DEATH DIVE AFTER MISHAP

  • ONGC STARTS OIL PRODUCTION FROM ITS FLAGSHIP DEEP-SEA PROJECT IN KRISHNA-GODAVARI BASIN

  • DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION (DGCA)

9 January 2024
  • SC QUASHES RELEASE OF 11 CONVICTS IN BILKIS CASE

  • TAMIL NADU RECEIVES INVESTMENT PROPOSALS WORTH ₹6.64 LAKH CRORE DURING INVESTORS’ MEET

  • ‘VIKSIT BHARAT YATRA AIMS TO HELP SCHEMES REACH ALL BENEFICIARIES’

  • UREA GOLD: CABINET APPROVES LAUNCHING OF SULPHUR-COATED FERTILIZER

  • MALDIVES GOVT SUSPENDS 3 MINISTERS OVER DEROGATORY REMARKS AGAINST PM MODI

  • INDIAN SCIENTIFIC EXPEDITION TO ANTARCTICA (ISEA)

  • WORLD ECONOMIC SITUATION AND PROSPECTS 2024

8 January 2024
  • NO LOCAL BODY MEMBERS IN J&K FROM TOMORROW

  • TAMIL NADU TO TAP INTO SEMICONDUCTOR, ELECTRONICS SECTOR

  • IIT-DELHI TEAM MAKES FIRST HI-RES LANDSLIDE RISK MAP FOR INDIA

  • PANSPERMIA: LIFE FROM ONE WORLD TO THE NEXT

  • A NEW HIGH

  • TRICHODERMA

  • POLITICALLY EXPOSED PERSONS (PEP)

6 January 2024
  • NAVY THWARTS HIJACKING ATTEMPT IN ARABIAN SEA

  • INDIA’S GDP IS ESTIMATED TO GROW BY 7.3%, SAYS NSO

  • EC WRITES TO RAMESH, DISMISSES CONCERNS OVER EVMS, VVPATS

  • CABINET GIVES NOD TO ‘PRITHVI’ PROGRAMME FOR EARTH OBSERVATION

  • DRUG WAR

  • REGISTERED UNRECOGNISED POLITICAL PARTIES (RUPPS)

  • DIRECT-TO-CELL

5 January 2024
  • 8 INDIANS HELD IN QATAR GET 60 DAYS TO CONTEST THEIR JAIL TERMS

  • IS CLAIMS BOMB ATTACKS AS IRAN VOWS REVENGE

  • HIMACHAL PRADESH HC STAYS INCLUSION OF HATTEES ON ST LIST

  • 10TH CENTURY KADAMBA INSCRIPTION WRITTEN IN KANNADA AND SANSKRIT FOUND IN GOA

  • ISRO TO PERFORM CRUCIAL MANOEUVRE TOMORROW TO BIND ADITYA-L1 INTO L1 ORBIT

  • FOG PASS DEVICE (FPDS)

  • ‘SMART 2.0’ LAUNCHED FOR AYURVEDA TEACHING PROFESSIONALS

4 January 2024
  • SC UPHOLDS SEBI PROBE, TURNS THE SPOTLIGHT ON HINDENBURG’S ‘CONDUCT’

  • TRUMP PROMISES TO BEGIN LARGEST DOMESTIC DEPORTATION OPERATION

  • NIGER STRUGGLES TO KEEP ITS TRADITIONAL RHYTHM BEATING

  • BANGLADESH’S 2023 COAL-FIRED POWER OUTPUT TRIPLED, EASING SHORTAGES

  • CO2 LEVEL IN A PLANET’S ATMOSPHERE COULD INDICATE HABITABILITY

  • BIODIVERSITY CREDIT ALLIANCE (BCA)

  • WARLI TRIBE

3 January 2024
  • MHA SEEKS TO PACIFY TRUCKERS PROTESTING NEW HIT-AND-RUN LAW

  • CM OKAYS PLAN TO ACQUIRE 147 ACRES FOR INDUSTRIAL HUB IN NORTH-WEST DELHI

  • TRANSFORMING NARRATIVES: UNRAVELLING INDIA’S TRANSITION IN SLUM DEFINITIONS

  • NO TSUNAMI THREAT TO INDIA: INCOIS

  • HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE

  • FIVE NATIONS BECOME FULL MEMBERS OF BRICS

  • HEALTH TAX PROPOSAL FOR SUGAR PRODUCTS IN INDIA

2 January 2024
  • XPOSAT IN ORBIT; TO STUDY BLACK HOLES, NEUTRON STARS

  • WARLI TRIBE IN MUMBAI OBJECTS TO CONSTRUCTION OF SHIVAJI MUSEUM ON LAND THEY LIVE ON

  • WIDENING WAR

  • FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT INDIA (FIU IND) ISSUES COMPLIANCE SHOW CAUSE NOTICES TO NINE OFFSHORE VIRTUAL DIGITAL ASSETS SERVICE PROVIDERS (VDA SPS)

  • CENTRE, ASSAM GOVT INK PEACE DEAL WITH MILITANT GROUP ULFA

  • MARINE ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS SECTIONAL COMMITTEE (MECSSC)

  • CENTRAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY FORCE (CISF)

30 December 2023
  • CENTRE, ASSAM SIGN PEACE PACT WITH ULFA FACTION

  • ODISHA ZOO TO GET AFRICAN LION, CHEETAH FROM DUBAI PARK

  • REAL ESTATE BOOM IN AYODHYA IGNITES CONCERNS OVER ENCROACHMENT OF WAQF PROPERTIES

  • HORTICULTURE BOOST: LITCHI CULTIVATION HAS EXPANDED TO 19 INDIAN STATES, ACCORDING TO OFFICIALS

  • ODISHA TRIBALS ALLEGE ILLEGAL MINING SURVEY IN COMMUNITY FOREST AREA, DEMAND ACTION BY CENTRE

  • RoDTEP SCHEME

  • NEAR INFRARED LIGHT

29 December 2023
  • PEGASUS SPYWARE FOUND ON JOURNALISTS’ PHONES AFTER APPLE ALERT, SAYS AMNESTY

  • WATER CRISIS: ATISHI WRITES TO CHIEF SECY. OVER DELAY IN AMMONIA TREATMENT PLANT

  • AFTER 2 YEARS, DELHI TO NOTIFY AMENDMENTS TO ABORTION ACT

  • DESPAIR IN DISTRESS

  • HOUTHI ATTACKS: A THREAT TO GLOBAL SHIPPING?

  • MIGRATION AND MOBILITY AGREEMENT

  • AMMONIA (NH3)

28 December 2023
  • AMMONIA LEAK FROM PIPELINE TRIGGERS SCARE
  • DELHI POLICE TRYING TO TRACE THE SOURCE OF ‘EXPLOSIVE’ USED NEAR ISRAEL EMBASSY
  • UNJUST AND UNWISE
  • MAKING HEALTH OUR TOP PRIORITY IN 2024
  • ELECTRONIC SOIL (E-SOIL)
  • FEAST (FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES)
  • FORMALDEHYDE (CH2O)
27 December 2023
  • ATTACKERS OF MERCHANT VESSELS WILL BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE SOON: RAJNATH

  • A NEW ECONOMICS FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH

  • DEVELOPMENT LED BY CORPORATES, NOT WOMEN

  • JITENDRA SINGH LAUNCHES EXTENDED VERSION OF MISSION KARMAYOGI

  • NATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING AUTHORITY (NFRA) FOUND DEFICIENCIES IN AUDIT QUALITY OF BIG FOUR AUDIT FIRMS

  • MEDTECH MITRA

  • CARD-ON-FILE TOKENISATION (COFT)

26 December 2023
  • JAISHANKAR ARRIVES IN RUSSIA ON 5-DAY VISIT
  • GOVT. TARGETS DOCUMENTS’ SATURATION IN PVTG VILLAGES IN ONE WEEK
  • PREPARE TIME-BOUND PLAN TO RELOCATE SLUM DWELLERS: L-G
  • REVANTH GOVT. PLANS AN ON-SITE ‘EXPOSE’ INTO TELANGANA’S KALESHWARAM PROJECT
  • RAILWAY OFFICERS TO BE TRAINED IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT; ACADEMY, INSTITUTE TO GIVE TRAINING
  • INDIAN OCEAN NAVAL SYMPOSIUM (IONS) – 2023
  • SALWA JUDUM

23 December 2023
  • CURBS KICK IN ON CARS, CONSTRUCTION AS AIR QUALITY WORSENS AGAIN

  • KARNATAKA IS SET TO REVOKE BAN ON HIJAB IN CLASSROOMS

  • 2024 WILL HAVE MORE SEVEN-JUDGE BENCHES HEARING CRUCIAL MATTERS IN SUPREME COURT

  • MINISTRY HOLDS MEET WITH CMS OF NORTHEAST STATES OVER LAG IN DEVINE SCHEME

  • GOVERNMENT AIMS TO SET UP 17,000 CRECHES ACROSS INDIA

  • ECI GUIDELINES ON PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PWDS).

  • UNESCO’S 2023 PRIX VERSAILLES

22 December 2023
  • DEFORESTATION FOR MINING RESUMES IN HASDEO; LOCALS, ACTIVISTS ALLEGE DETENTION

  • KERALA ACCOUNTS FOR 87% OF ACTIVE COVID CASES IN THE COUNTRY

  • INDIA SKILLS REPORT FINDS KERALA THE MOST PREFERRED STATE TO WORK

  • UNDER NEW LAW, DOCTORS FACE TWO YEARS OF IMPRISONMENT FOR DEATH DUE TO NEGLIGENCE

  • MINES MINISTRY TO LAUNCH NATIONAL GEOSCIENCE DATA REPOSITORY PORTAL

  • SAHITYA AKADEMI AWARDS 2023

  • MALDIVES TO STOP INDIA FROM CARRYING OUT HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYS OF ITS WATERS

21 December 2023
  • LS PASSES BILLS TO REPLACE BRITISH-ERA CRIMINAL LAWS

  • BANKING ON WELFARE SCHEMES, SOREN SEEKS TO DRUM UP RURAL SUPPORT AHEAD OF LS POLL

  • KERALA AND KARNATAKA WITNESS UPTICK IN COVID-19 CASES

  • RAILWAY ACADEMY TOLD TO HAND OVER ASSETS TO GATI SHAKTI VIDYALAYA

  • WHAT CAUSES INFLATION IN INDIA: DEMAND OR SUPPLY ISSUES?

  • MARINE PRODUCTS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MPEDA)

20 December 2023
  • T.N. MINISTER CONVICTED, FACES DISQUALIFICATION

  • PARLIAMENT CLEARS LAW TO EXTEND PROTECTION TO ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTIONS

  • KERALA TO PITCH MOVIE LOCALES BEFORE GLOBAL FILM CREWS

  • TAX ‘HFSS’ FOODS, VIEW IT AS A PUBLIC HEALTH IMPERATIVE

  • NATIONAL MISSION FOR CLEAN GANGA

  • INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF CAMELIDS

  • GENE DRIVE TECHNOLOGY

19 December 2023
  • 78 MPS SUSPENDED; OPPOSITION CALLS IT ‘MURDER OF DEMOCRACY’

  • ED SUMMONS CM AGAIN IN EXCISE CASE

  • PM MODI GUARANTEES TO MAKE INDIA THIRD LARGEST ECONOMIC SUPERPOWER IN HIS THIRD TERM

  • GRASS-ROOT DEMOCRACY AS A BULWARK AGAINST MAOISTS

  • 1 IN 5 GIRLS, 1 IN 6 BOYS STILL MARRIED AS CHILDREN IN INDIA: LANCET

  • INDIA, OMAN ADOPT VISION DOCUMENT TO EXPAND TIES

  • AKASH WEAPON SYSTEM (AWS)

18 December 2023
  • ‘GLOBAL COAL DEMAND LIKELY TO DECLINE BY 2026’

  • ‘KASHI TAMIL SANGAMAM IS STRENGTHENING IDEA OF EK BHARAT SHRESHTHA BHARAT’

  • THE STORMY RED SEA, THE COMPLEXITIES OF GLOBAL EVENTS

  • A CLOUDY HORIZON

  • AN OIL SPILL IN AN IGNORED WETLAND

  • SOVEREIGN GOLD BOND (SGB) SCHEME

  • TAX INSPECTORS WITHOUT BORDERS (TIWB)

16 December 2023
  • MLALAD FUNDS RAISED TO ₹7 CRORE, MINISTER TELLS DELHI ASSEMBLY

  • OPPORTUNE MOMENT TO REDISCOVER CHENNAI’S HYDROLOGY

  • ACCELERATION FORETOLD

  • CJI SEEKS REPORT FROM ALLAHABAD HC ON WOMAN JUDGE’S PLAINT

  • ISRO TO INDIGENOUSLY DEVELOP ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL AND LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM (ECLSS) FOR GAGANYAAN MISSION: ISRO CHAIRMAN

  • INVERTED DUTY STRUCTURE (IDS)

  • URBICIDE

15 December 2023
  • KEJRIWAL, L-G FLAG OFF FLEET OF 500 E-BUSES; ON TRACK TO MEET 2025 TARGET: CM

  • CHHATTISGARH CLEARS PROPOSAL FOR BUILDING 18 LAKH RURAL HOMES

  • ‘INDIA’S FASTEST’ SOLAR-ELECTRIC BOAT LAUNCHED

  • PRINCIPLED SHIFT

  • AROUND THE WORLD: AN ACCOUNT FROM THE 54TH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA

  • URGENT NEED TO CONTROL USE OF E-CIGARETTES, SAYS WHO

  • COUNTERVAILING DUTIES (CVD)

14 December 2023
  • COP-28 CALLS FOR ‘TRANSITION AWAY’ FROM FOSSIL FUELS

  • SMOKE CANISTER STRIKE BY 2 VISITORS SETS OFF CHAOS

  • HOUSE PASSES BILL TO SET UP CENTRAL TRIBAL UNIVERSITY IN TELANGANA

  • IMF CLEARS SECOND TRANCHE OF $337 MN FOR SRI LANKA

  •  (IUCN) RELEASED AN UPDATED RED LIST OF THREATENED SPECIES

  • ENHANCING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS FOR AN ACCELERATED CLIMATE TRANSFORMATION(ENACT) PARTNERSHIP

  • ANTHRAX OUTBREAK

13 December 2023
  • ROAD ACCIDENTS, FATALITIES INCREASED LAST YEAR: POLICE

  • MORE SAFETY MEASURES AND GOOD HOSTELS CAN HELP WOMEN ENTER WORKFORCE

  • MORE DIRECT FLIGHTS NEEDED FROM PLACES SUCH AS THE MALDIVES

  • GENE THERAPY OFFERS NEW HOPE FOR THOSE WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE

  • WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT ARGENTINE ELECTIONS?

  • PM VISHWAKARMA SCHEME

  • IIT MADRAS’ AMRIT TECHNOLOGY

12 December 2023
  • SC UPHOLDS REPEAL OF J&K’S SPECIAL STATUS

  • RYTHU BANDHU AID TO BE CREDITED FROM NEXT WEEK IN TELANGANA

  • DECRYPTING TODAY’S PSEPHOLOGY AND ANTI-INCUMBENCY

  • HARVEST THE ODISHA STORY TO ENSURE FOOD SECURITY

  • WHAT ARE FSB’S CONCERNS ABOUT CRYPTO ASSET INTERMEDIARIES?

  • ODISHA INVOKES ESMA TO CURB HEALTH DEPARTMENT STRIKES

  • RBI’S PROPOSAL FOR FINANCIAL SECTOR DATA CLOUD FACILITY

11 December 2023
  • NATIONS MUST BE ABLE TO ADAPT TO CLIMATE CHANGE

  • FREEBIE POLITICS WILL TAKE A TOLL ON ECONOMY

  • MAYAWATI HAS NAMED NEPHEW AS SUCCESSOR

  • CASES OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS BEING FORCED TO COMMIT CYBERCRIMES ON THE RISE

  • DEVELOPMENTAL AND REGULATORY POLICY MEASURES TAKEN BY RESERVE BANK OF INDIA (RBI)

  • CITY OF LAKES PROJECT AND 3I MODEL

  • CLIMATE CHANGE PERFORMANCE INDEX (CCPI) 2024

9 December 2023
  • RBI KEEPS REPO RATE AT 6.5%, RAISES GDP GROWTH FORECAST

  • SC NOTICE TO L-G ON PLEA FOR FUND RELEASE

  • AN ICY WARNING

  • NEW CLIMATE DRAFT SEEKS TRIPLING OF RENEWABLE ENERGY CAPACITY

  • CHINA LAUNCHES WORLD’S 1ST FOURTH-GENERATION NUCLEAR REACTOR

  • OVER 50 COUGH SYRUP MANUFACTURERS IN INDIA FAIL QUALITY TESTS: GOVERNMENT REPORT

  • INDIA’S LOGISTICS EFFICIENCY

8 December 2023
  • CENTRE ANNOUNCES ₹1,500-CR. AID TO T.N. AND A.P. AFTER CYCLONE WREAKS HAVOC

  • PANNUN ROW MAY TOP FBI CHIEF’S INDIA PLAN

  • CENTRE-APPROVED BOARD PRAISING TAGORE PUT UP AT SANTINIKETAN TO MARK UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE TAG

  • DEATH IN A FLOUR MILL

  • ‘GLOBAL STATUS OF MULTI-HAZARD EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS 2023’ REPORT

  • NATIONAL CIRCULAR ECONOMY ROADMAP FOR REDUCTION OF PLASTIC WASTE IN INDIA RELEASED

  • MIYAWAKI PLANTATION REVOLUTION IN CHHATTISGARH’S COAL BELT

7 December 2023
  • 114 SEATS, MIGRANT QUOTA CLEARED FOR J&K ASSEMBLY

  • NAVIGATING THE U.S.-CHINA RELATIONSHIP

  • GOVT SEEKS HOUSE NOD TO SPEND ADDITIONAL RS 58,378 CR IN CURRENT FISCAL

  • GARBA OF GUJARAT MAKES IT TO UNESCO INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE LIST

  • STRATEGIC AUCTION OF CRITICAL MINERAL BLOCKS

  • CHANDRAYAAN-3 PROPULSION MODULE RETRACES STEPS TO EARTH ORBIT: WHY IT MATTERS

  • DOUBLE-HUMPED CAMELS

5 December 2023
  • ZPM COMFORTABLY WINS MIZORAM IN SINGLE-PARTY SHOW

  • CYBERCRIME CASES NEARLY DOUBLE; FRAUDSTERS USING NOVEL WAYS, SAY CITY POLICE

  • MICHAUNG: RED ALERT SOUNDED, THOUSANDS EVACUATED IN A.P.

  • NEEDLESS DIVERSION

  • INDIA RE-ELECTED TO THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION (IMO) COUNCIL FOR TWO YEARS

  • NATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING AUTHORITY (NFRA)

  • AUKUS

4 December 2023
  • BJP SWEEPS HINDI BELT, CONG. BAGS TELANGANA

  • TAMIL NADU VIGILANCE OFFICIALS STOLE SENSITIVE DOCUMENTS: ED IN PETITION TO STATE POLICE CHIEF

  • A.P. BRACES FOR HEAVY RAINFALL AS MICHAUNG INTENSIFIES

  • HIGHEST CASES OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE MAKE DELHI MOST UNSAFE FOR WOMEN

  • LEADERSHIP GROUP FOR INDUSTRY TRANSITION (LEADIT 2.0)

  • JELLYFISH

2 December 2023
  • INDIA OFFERS TO HOST 2028 CLIMATE MEET

  • FINDING FUNDS

  • RE-ENACTED BILLS CANNOT BE SENT TO PRESIDENT: SC

  • AT INTERPOL MEET, INDIA ASKS MEMBER NATIONS TO DENY CRIMINALS SAFE HAVEN

  • WORLD BANK RECALLS PAPER ON DECLINE IN TOILET USAGE IN INDIA

  • CENTRE APPROVES RS 1,658 CRORE RECOVERY, RECONSTRUCTION PLAN FOR JOSHIMATH

  • NAGARJUNA SAGAR DAM

1 December 2023
  • JHARKHAND GOVERNOR CLEARS BILL HAVING PROVISION OF LIFE TERM FOR CHEATING IN EXAMS

  • FOR THE FIRST TIME, KERALA TO HOST TRANSPLANT GAMES

  • CHANGING TIDE

  • ₹2.23 LAKH CRORE TO BUY 97 TEJAS JETS, 156 PRACHAND HELICOPTERS

  • FAST TRACK SPECIAL COURTS (FTSCS) SCHEME

  • UNION CABINET APPROVES TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) FOR THE SIXTEENTH FINANCE COMMISSION (FC)

  • PRADHAN MANTRI JANJATI ADIVASI NYAYA MAHA ABHIYAN (PM JANMAN)

29 November 2023
  • BAN ON BS-III PETROL, BS-IV DIESEL VEHICLES LIFTED AS AIR QUALITY IMPROVES IN NCR
  • KERALA GOVERNOR SIGNS A BILL, RESERVES SEVEN FOR PRESIDENTIAL ASSENT

  • KARNATAKA’S BAN ON FODDER TRANSPORT HITS THOUSANDS OF DAIRY FARMERS IN WAYANAD

  • A NON-STARTER

  • WHY ARE THE MARATHAS MOBILISING NOW ?

  • CLEAN ENERGY SHARE IN INDIA AND ITS STATES’ ELECTRICITY MIX

  • ASTROSAT

28 November 2023
  • MONSOON MAYHEM IN SHIMLA RINGS ALARM BELLS, TRIGGERS CALLS FOR COURSE CORRECTION

  • KHALISTAN SUPPORTERS HECKLE INDIAN ENVOY AT U.S. GURDWARA

  • PUNJAB AND HARYANA FARMERS CONTINUE SIT-IN OVER VARIOUS DEMANDS

  • REPORT URGES CENTRE TO ADDRESS INEQUALITY, CORRUPTION IN INDIA

  • AMID A SURGE IN SUNSPOTS, NASA WARNED OF MULTIPLE CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS (CMES)

  • SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA (SEBI) BOARD APPROVES FLEXIBILITY IN FRAMEWORK FOR SOCIAL STOCK EXCHANGE (SSE)

  • NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)

27 November 2023
  • SILKYARA: RESCUERS SET A VERTICAL DRILLING TARGET

  • SC HAS ALWAYS ACTED AS ‘PEOPLE’S COURT’: CJI

  • CENTRE DIRECTS STATE GOVTS. TO CLOSELY MONITOR CASES OF RESPIRATORY ILLNESS

  • AYUSHMAN BHARAT CENTRES TO BE NOW CALLED AYUSHMAN AROGYA MANDIR

  • MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE INTRODUCED GENERIC DRUGS FOR TREATING FOUR RARE DISEASES

  • WORLD’S LARGEST SOLAR FACILITIES

  • AVIAN INFLUENZA A(H9N2) VIRUS

25 November 2023
  • PM SETS IN MOTION PROCESS FOR MADIGA SUB-CATEGORISATION

  • FALSE ALARM

  • SEBI NOT OBLIGED TO TAKE OCCRP FINDINGS ON ADANI AS GOSPEL: SC

  • CENTRE EXEMPTS CERT-IN FROM PURVIEW OF RTI ACT

  • WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION AND UN PARTNERS LAUNCHED THE FIRST PROGRESS REPORT FOR 2021-2023 ON UN DECADE OF HEALTHY AGEING 2021-2030

  • LARGE OZONE HOLES REAPPEAR OVER ANTARCTICA: STUDY

  • INDIAN GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL (IGBC)

23 November 2023
  • HARYANA’S PRIVATE SECTOR DOMICILE RESERVATION LAW

  • ‘AGNI’ INITIATIVE TO PROMOTE INNOVATIONS BY AYURVEDA PRACTITIONERS

  • WHAT IS THE RULING AGAINST THE U.K.’S RWANDA DEAL?

  • 2ND INDIA-AUSTRALIA 2+2 MINISTERIAL DIALOGUE HELD IN NEW DELHI

  • CHINA SETS UP NEAR-SPACE COMMAND FOR HYPERSONIC WEAPONS FORCE

  • INS SUMEDHA MISSION DEPLOYED AT MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE

  • GAMBUSIA (MOSQUITOFISH)

22 November 2023
  • RECOGNISING THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON HEALTH

  • INDIA, JAPAN CONVERGE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

  • A WAKE-UP CALL FOR APSRTC

  • COAL ISN’T EASY TO EXCLUDE FROM SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  • IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

  • EKLAVYA MODEL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL (EMRS)

  • EXERCISE VAJRA PRAHAR 2023

21 November 2023
  • GOVERNOR CAN’T WITHHOLD RE-PASSED BILLS, SAYS SC

  • A RENEWED FOCUS ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

  • MAKING IN INDIA

  • PRADHAN MANTRI AWAS YOJANA-GRAMIN (PMAY-G)

  • CHINESE SCIENTISTS ACHIEVE CHIMERIC MONKEY BIRTH IN STEM CELL BREAKTHROUGH

  • LACHIT BORPHUKAN

  • KADALUNDI MUDFLATS

20 November 2023
  • MAKING PUBLIC EDUCATION INCLUSIVE

  • BORDER PEACE AND TRANQUILITY AGREEMENT

  • LADAKH EYES MORE PRODUCTION OF SEA BUCKTHORN POST GI TAG

  • HOW THE MANDATORY REPORTING PROVISION UNDER POCSO WORKS

  • ISRO AND IIT GUWAHATI MAKE SCIENCE BREAKTHROUGH, DETECT EMISSIONS OF BLACK HOLE

  • CENTRAL WATER COMMISSION (CWC)

  • MEASLES

18 November 2023
  • GREEN CREDITS

  • STATE OF THE ECONOMY — TEMPER THE EUPHORIA

  • BUILDING THE FLOOR

  • BENGALURU TO GET ITS OWN CLIMATE ACTION PLAN

  • 10TH ASEAN DEFENCE MINISTERS’ MEETING – PLUS (ADMM-PLUS) HELD IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA

  • LVM3 M4 LAUNCH VEHICLE

  • WORLD ENERGY EMPLOYMENT (WEE) REPORT 2023

17 November 2023
  • ELECTORAL BONDS GONE AGAINST POLITICAL EQUALITY

  • UNSC FOR ‘HUMANITARIAN PAUSES’ IN GAZA STRIP

  • WAR IN MYANMAR

  • RECORD-BREAKING RISE IN GREENHOUSE GASES THREATENS CLIMATE GOALS: WMO

  • NASA-ISRO SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR (NISAR) SATELLITE

  • ENZYME REPLACEMENT THERAPY

  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT

16 November 2023
  • THE NOBEL IN ECONOMICS AS A NEED TO COURSE CORRECT

  • A GRAVE ERROR IN THE LAW

  • PROPOSED CRIMINAL CODE GIVES MORE IMMUNITY TO DEFENCE PERSONNEL

  • INDIA HAS FIVE TIMES THE NUMBER OF SCHOOLS THAN CHINA: NITI AAYOG REPORT

  • SBI REPORT MOOTS INDUCTING MORE WOMEN BUSINESS CORRESPONDENTS

  • MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE TREATY (MLAT)

  • NATIONAL HEALTH CLAIM EXCHANGE (NHCX)

15 November 2023
  • THE BIHAR CASTE SURVEY AND THE SOCIAL JUSTICE AGENDA

  • THE QATAR DEATH ROW AND INDIA’S OPTIONS

  • CITIES WITH WORSE AIR THAN DELHI FIXED THE PROBLEM: NINE THINGS INDIA NEEDS TO DO TO FOLLOW SUIT

  • CRACKING CYPRUS CONFIDENTIAL: EU STATE GAVE INVESTORS TAX HAVEN, SECRECY – AND A GOLDEN PASSPORT

  • NIRBHAY MISSILES TO BE WITH ALL THREE FORCES

  • HAZARDS OF FIRECRACKERS

  • CHIKUNGUNYA

14 November 2023
  • CENTRE TAKES CONTROL OF IIMS, PRESIDENT TO PICK THEIR DIRECTORS.

  • FRESH EXODUS OF CHIN REFUGEES FROM MYANMAR TO MIZORAM

  • CRACKER BAN VIOLATION SPARKS AAP-BJP WAR OF WORDS.

  • CENTRE EXTENDS UAPA BAN ON EIGHT MEITEI EXTREMIST ORGANISATIONS.

  • CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY (CEA) PROPOSED BATTERY STANDARDIZATION TO BOOST EV-TO-GRID CHARGING

  • REDISCOVERY OF ATTENBOROUGH ECHIDNA: A CONSERVATION TRIUMPH

  • NHAI ACCEPTS FIRST INSURANCE SURETY BOND AS BID SECURITY FOR NHAI TOT BID FOR MONETIZATION

11 November 2023
  • BALER: A MACHINE FOR OFF-SITE MANAGEMENT OF FARM STUBBLE
  • GOVERNORS CANNOT SIT ON BILLS PASSED BY HOUSE’
  • WHY WILL SATURN’S RINGS BRIEFLY ‘DISAPPEAR’ FROM VIEW IN 2025?
  • A PLAN TO JOIN THE RED SEA WITH MEDITERRANEAN
  • SCIENTISTS REDISCOVER LONG-LOST MAMMAL IN REMOTE INDONESIA MOUNTAINS
  • INDO-PACIFIC MARITIME DOMAIN AWARENESS (IPMDA) 
  • INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY CODE (IBC) 2016
10 November 2023
  • ONLINE GAMBLING BAN WON’T APPLY TO POKER, RUMMY: HC

  • SC UPHOLDS IBC PROVISIONS FOR PERSONAL GUARANTORS.

  • PSORIASIS PATIENTS CONTEND WITH LACK OF AWARENESS

  • CENTRE FAULTS PUNJAB’S FARM FIRES FOR DELHI’S AIR POLLUTION PROBLEM

  • WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANIZATION (WIPO) RELEASED WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INDICATORS 2023      

  • INDIA-U.S. DEFENSE ACCELERATION ECOSYSTEM (INDUS-X)

  •  (CAFRAL) RELEASED ITS FIRST FLAGSHIP INDIA FINANCE REPORT 2023

9 November 2023
  • G-7 MEET APPEALS FOR HUMANITARIAN PAUSES IN GAZA

  • BRAZIL WILL GIVE CONTINUITY TO INDIA’S PRESIDENCY OF G-20, SAYS AMBASSADOR

  • DEEP FAKES MUST BE TAKEN DOWN: GOVT

  • HOW IS ELECTRICITY TRANSMITTED?

  • PAURADHWANI PROGRAM

  • THE EUCLID MISSION

  • GEOGLYPH

8 November 2023
  • UNDERSTANDING U.S.-ISRAEL RELATIONS

  • RUSSIA BEGINS DE-RATIFYING NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY

  • CHINA OWED MORE THAN $1 TN IN BRI: REPORT

  • HOW ARE THE MIG-21 FIGHTER JETS BEING PHASED OUT?

  • 7.5 MILLION NEW CASES OF TB IN 2022, SHOWS WHO GLOBAL REPORT.

  • INTER-CONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE (ICBM)

  • CNEMASPIS RASHIDI

7 November 2023
  • MYANMAR’S POLITICAL QUAGMIRE

  • CHINA’S GROWING SUBMARINE CAPABILITIES

  • KRISHI 24/7

  • RELICS OF HUGE PRIMORDIAL COLLISION RESIDE IN EARTH’S DEEP INTERIOR.

  • IN THE SIKKIM FLOOD’S WAKE, A TRAIL OF HAZARDS LIE IN WAIT

  • ENCORE BY ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA

  • ENVIRONMENTAL DNA (eDNA) METHODOLOGY

6 November 2023
  • CONSEQUENCES OF REBRANDING PMAY-G SCHEME IN ANDHRA PRADESH

  • THE DOUBLE-WHAMMY FROM FALLING FARM EXPORTS

  • WOLBACHIA: A PIVOTAL BACTERIAL GENUS IN DISEASE CONTROL

  • POWER SHIFT: TRANSITIONING INDUSTRIAL FOOD SYSTEMS AWAY FROM FOSSIL FUEL

  • GUNDLA BRAHMESWARAM WILDLIFE SANCTUARY (GBWS)

  • UNDERSTANDING FORMALDEHYDE: AN INSIGHT INTO HEALTH RISKS AND SOURCES

  • UNPRECEDENTED FIRE RAVAGES DADIA PARK

4 November 2023
  • ACTION AND AUTHORITY
  • CAUVERY AUTHORITY RATIFIES CWRC’S DECISION ON RELEASE OF WATER TO TAMIL NADU
  • WOMEN’S QUOTA PRIOR TO LS POLLS IS DIFFICULT: SC
  • NATIONAL DAM SAFETY TEAM FAULTS PLANNING, DESIGN OF KALESHWARAM PROJECT’S BARRAGE IN TELANGANA
  • MILLETS FOR THE RICH ALONE?
  • ZIKA VIRUS
  • LEGAL IDENTITY AND RIGHTS-BASED RETURN MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
3 November 2023
  • BIOSPHERE RESERVES ARE EVOLVING AS POCKETS OF HOPE.
  • FRESH RESTRICTIONS KICK IN AS AIR QUALITY TURNS ‘SEVERE’
  • SLOWING MOMENTUM
  • FOOD PRODUCTION ACCOUNTS FOR 15% FOSSIL FUEL USE, AS BIG OIL LOCKS IN DEPENDENCE ON PETROLEUM-BASED PESTICIDES
  • HYDROCLIMATE EXTREMES TO INTENSIFY IN NEAR FUTURE OVER THE INDIAN RIVER BASINS (IRBS): INDIAN SCIENTISTS
  • ELECTRONIC-NEGOTIABLE WAREHOUSE RECEIPT (E-NWR) SYSTEM
  • SCHEME TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO POOR PRISONERS
1 November 2023

 

  • AKHAURA-AGARTALA RAIL LINK TO BE INAUGURATED VIRTUALLY BY PM MODI, SHEIKH HASINA TODAY

  • ETHICS, PARLIAMENTARY CONDUCT AND THE INDIAN MP
  • STAFF SHORTAGE, FINANCIAL DEPENDENCY PLAGUE LOCAL GOVERNANCE

  • WHAT A ‘NORMAL’ MONSOON HIDES

  • AMAZON BASIN IS IN TRANSITION TO AN ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCE-DOMINATED REGIME, MAINLY DRIVEN BY GLOBALISATION

  • WTO’S DISPUTE SETTLEMENT BODY (DSB)

  • LCH PRACHAND’S SUCCESSFUL TEST-FIRE

31 October 2023
  • TINY CARBON ‘FLOWERS’ TURN LIGHT TO HEAT AT UNRIVALLED EFFICIENCY, IIT TEAM FINDS.
  • SC TO HEAR CASE FROM TODAY: WHAT ARE ELECTORAL BONDS, HOW HAS GOVT DEFENDED THEM, WHAT COURT HAS TO DECIDE.
  • TOWARDS STABILISATION OF U.S.-CHINA TIES
  • ON THE SPEAKER – GIVE UP IMPROPRIETY, DEMONSTRATE IMPARTIALITY.
  • COTTON CURSE: PHEROMONE-BASED MATING DISRUPTION TECHNOLOGY MAY HELP CONTROL PINK BOLLWORM
  • SEISMIC/ EARTHQUAKE SWARMS
  • TIANGOGN SPACE STATION
30 October 2023
  • BLASTS KILL TWO, INJURE 41 AT PRAYER MEET NEAR KOCHI

  • THE INDIAN RAILWAYS’ REVENUE PROBLEM

  • STUDY TRACES TURKEY QUAKE TO INTERRUPTED ‘CHAT’ BETWEEN FAULT LINES

  • MOMENT OF RECKONING FOR INDIA’S ELECTRIC TWO-WHEELER INDUSTRY

  • IITM PUNE DEMONSTRATES CLOUD SEEDING CAN PRODUCE RAINFALL

  • BETELGEUSE STAR DIMMING EXPLAINED BY DUST BURST

  • COLLABORATION BETWEEN MINISTRY OF COAL AND MINISTRY OF NEW & RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR GREEN ENERGY EXPANSION

28 October 2023
  • INDIA UNLIKELY TO JOIN GLOBAL COOLING PLEDGE AT COP28: REPORT

  • 80% OF INDIA’S URBAN POPULATION HAS ACCESS TO HIGH-SPEED INTERNET: PM

  • ON DIGITAL LENDING – RBI SHOULD STEP UP EFFORTS TO CONTROL ILLEGAL LOAN APPS

  • ON INDIA’S LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY – MULTILINGUALISM CAN BE MAGICAL IF IT’S ERROR-FREE

  • BREAKING THE ICE: HOW INDIA CAN HELP SAVE THE ARCTIC

  • VAJRA MUSHTI KALAGA

  • CREDIT INFORMATION COMPANIES (CICS)

27 October 2023
  • SUPREME COURT ALLOWS SURROGACY, STRIKES DOWN RULE BANNING USE OF DONOR GAMETES

  • THE T.N. EXPERIENCE ON CASTE SURVEY

  • UNMASKING INDIA’S OSTEOPOROSIS CARE CRISIS

  • THE MOSCOW-BEIJING ENTENTE CORDIALE

  • RCS- UDAN COMPLETES 6 SUCCESSFUL YEARS

  • GREEN CREDIT PROGRAMME

  • EARTH’S CORE IS LEAKING AN ISOTOPE THAT CAN PRODUCE A YEAR’S ELECTRICITY FROM JUST 100 KG, FINDS A STUDY.

  • MALARIA

26 October 2023
  • LOK SABHA’S ETHICS COMMITTEE: ITS HISTORY, CONSTITUTION AND MEMBERS

  • WOMEN, MARRIAGE AND LABOUR MARKET PARTICIPATION

  • COTTON CURSE: HOW PINK BOLLWORM EVOLVED TO BE THE BIGGEST THREAT FOR BT COTTON

  • BRAZZAVILLE SUMMIT OF THE THREE BASINS NEEDS TO FIND WAYS TO PROTECT WORLD’S TROPICAL FORESTS

  • WARMING TIES: ON BHUTAN-CHINA RELATIONS AND INDIA’S CONCERNS

  • NANO DI-AMMONIA PHOSPHATE (DAP) LIQUID

  • UNLAWFUL ACTIVITIES (PREVENTION) TRIBUNAL

25 October 2023
  • CENTRE TO INTRODUCE DNA, FACE MATCHING SYSTEMS AT POLICE STATIONS ACROSS COUNTRY
  • WHAT SEPARATES CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM CHAOS?
  • BHUTAN AND CHINA MAKE PROGRESS IN BORDER TALKS
  • CYBER INSURANCE CRITICAL FOR SMALL, MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
  • NCERT MATERIAL ON CHANDRAYAAN DRAWS IRE FOR ‘MIXING SCIENCE WITH MYTHOLOGY’
  • THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF DALIT POLITICS
  • COTP (CIGARETTES AND OTHER TOBACCO PRODUCTS) FILM RULES
21 October 2023
  • WE MUST BREAK THE SILENCE ON SUICIDE PREVENTION IN INDIA
  • THE SHAPE OF CLIMATE JUSTICE IN A WARMING INDIA
  • PM FLAGS OFF COUNTRY’S FIRST REGIONAL RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM ‘NAMO BHARAT’
  • SPARKS OF DANGER
  • MEHRAULI PARK STRUCTURES GET FACELIFT AS DELHI DIGS DEEPER INTO ITS HISTORY
  • KATI BIHU
  • CBI UNEARTHS TWO INTERNATIONAL CYBER FRAUDS UNDER OPERATION CHAKR
20 October 2023
  • SOUTHWEST MONSOON WITHDRAWS FROM INDIA

  • WHY ARE EARTHQUAKES FREQUENT IN AFGHANISTAN?

  • CBI CRACKS DOWN ON CYBER-ENABLED CRIME SYNDICATES IN 11 STATES

  • STAY GROUNDED, ISRO: THE SPACE AGENCY’S INDIAN-ON-THE-MOON TARGET LOOKS WITHIN REACH

  • GOVERNMENT PLANS EXTENSIVE PALM OIL PLANTATIONS IN NORTHEAST INDIA – BIODIVERSITY CONCERNS EMERGE

  • ODISHA’S OWN TIGER CENSUS

  • GEOLOGIST DIGS UP CORAL REEF FOSSILS AT 18,000FT IN LADAKH

19 October 2023
  • THE BRI AT 10: HITS AND MISSES

  • THE MEASURE OF THE WORKING WOMAN

  • GOVERNMENT OFFERS 8 BLOCKS FOR HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION UNDER OLAP BID

  • WHEN TIGERS AND JACKALS GET THE SAME PROTECTION

  • MQ-9B DRONES

  • MSP INCREASE FOR RABI CROPS

  • GLOBAL MARITIME INDIA SUMMIT 2023

18 October 2023
  • CANNOT LEGALISE SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: SC

  • THE ALLEGATIONS ON ADANI COAL IMPORTS

  • HOW SYNERGISTIC BARRIERS ARE AFFECTING PROGRESS ON SDGS

  • TELECOM MAJORS LIKELY TO PLEAD FOR REVIEW OF SC LICENCE FEE RULING

  • TARGETED METHANE MITIGATION CAN AVOID 0.1°C WARMING IN 2050, SHOULD BE ADOPTED WITH DECARBONISATION EFFORTS: REPORT

  • AYUSHMAN BHAV CAMPAIGN

  • PROTISTS

17 October 2023
  • SUPREME COURT REFUSES TO PERMIT MARRIED WOMAN TO TERMINATE HER OVER 26-WEEK PREGNANCY

  • THE INDIAN HIMALAYAN REGION NEEDS ITS OWN EIA

  • HOW DO SOME CANCER CELLS SURVIVE CHEMOTHERAPY?

  • INDIA-SRI LANKA FERRY SERVICE RESTARTED AFTER 40 YEARS

  • SPECIAL LEAVE PETITIONS (SLPS)

  • DAVID SLING AIR DEFENCE SYSTEM

  • THREE-TIER COMPUTE INFRASTRUCTURE

16 October 2023
  •  NEW INVESTMENTS SLOWED AGAIN IN Q2 OF 2023-24: SURVEY
  • TROPICAL CROPS AT RISK FROM POLLINATOR LOSS DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGE, SHIFT IN LAND USE, FINDS STUDY
  • VIZHINJAM PORT ON MARITIME MAP WITH BERTHING OF FIRST SHIP
  • DEEP-LEARNING HELPS CLASSIFICATION OF TUMOURS DURING SURGERY
  • NAVRATNA STATUS
  • TEA INDUSTRY IN ‘ACUTE FINANCIAL CRISIS’, SAYS INDIAN TEA ASSOCIATION IN A REPORT
  • SEBI MODIFIES ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING DIRECTIVES
14 October 2023
  • BALANCING POLICY

  •  ‘WEST ASIA CONFLICT WILL NOT AFFECT IMEC’

  • FARMERS LOST $3.8 TRILLION TO DISASTERS OVER 30 YEARS: FAO’S FIRST-EVER GLOBAL ESTIMATION

  • INS SAGARDHWANI EMBARKS ON SAGAR MAITRI MISSION-4

  • RECORD SPIKE IN AEROSOLS IN HINDU KUSH REGION: STUDY

  • ASSESSMENT ON CUTTING METHANE FROM FOSSIL FUELS: CLIMATE AND HEALTH IMPERATIVES

  • DATA ANALYTICS DASHBOARD AND POORVOTTAR SAMPARK SETU PORTAL

13 October 2023
  • THE VIEW FROM THE HILL

  • POCSO CASES: L-G APPOINTS SPECIAL PUBLIC PROSECUTORS

  • ‘CORE ISSUE’ IS CANADA BEING SAFE HAVEN FOR TERRORISTS, SAYS INDIA

  • SOLAR CELLS AND MODULE EXPORTS FROM INDIA TO US ARE UP TO 1000% HIGHER OVER THE LAST YEAR

  • USS GERALD R FORD AIRCRAFT CARRIER

  •  WHAT THE GI TAG CAN MEAN FOR THE CASHEW INDUSTRY IN GOA

  • WHY GAZA IS KNOWN AS THE WORLD’S BIGGEST ‘OPEN AIR PRISON’

12 October 2023
  • ‘OPERATION AJAY’ TO BRING BACK INDIANS FROM ISRAEL

  • INDIA NEEDS TO GO NUCLEAR

  • SPRING CLEANING: ON GST REGIME REFORM 

  • WHAT IS HEMOCHROMATOSIS, THE RARE GENETIC DISORDER THAT CAUSES ORGAN DYSFUNCTION?

  • WE NEED EVIDENCE-BASED TRADITIONAL MEDICINE

  • AHEAD OF BIMA VISTAAR ROLLOUT, IRDAI ISSUES GUIDELINES ON BIMA VAHAKS

  • PETROLEUM COKE OR PET COKE

11 October 2023
  • 2023 ON COURSE TO BE WARMEST YEAR ON RECORD

  • A TREASURE TROVE: FIELD NOTES FROM THE FORESTS OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH

  • INDIA, TANZANIA ELEVATES TIES TO STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP; AGREE ON 5-YR ROADMAP ON DEFENCE

  • INDIA’S UNEMPLOYMENT RATE DECLINES: PLFS 2022-2023

  • WHY PUNJAB WANTS TO BAN THE CULTIVATION OF PUSA-44 PADDY VARIETY

  • 25 YEARS OF KUDUMBASHREE

  • WATERMEAL

10 October 2023
  •  THE STATE OF INDIA’S SCHEDULED AREAS

  • WHAT IS MULTIMODAL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

  • ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS IN 5 KEY STATES IN NOVEMBER

  • CLAUDIA GOLDIN WINS 2023 ECONOMICS NOBEL PRIZE FOR RESEARCH ON WORKPLACE GENDER GAP

  • ICAR-CIRG SIGNS MOU TO TRANSFORM INDIA’S GOAT VALUE CHAIN

  • WHY HAVE PUNJAB & HARYANA FARMERS STARTED CLEARING FIELDS SO EARLY IN 2023?

  • UDANGUDI PANANGARUPATTI GETS GI TAG