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Yoga has provided ray of hope amid Covid, says PM
On the seventh International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the ancient Indian discipline remains a "ray of hope" and a source of strength for the people in the fight against......
Stopping a Third Wave
Unless public health is prioritised over swift re-opening, the chances are that a third wave will hit India sooner than we would like, asserts Mihir S Sharma. A worker disinfects the Qutub Minar......
Why Great Men Worship Light of Asia
Count among The Light of Asia's many, many admirers over 132 years: Gandhi, Tagore, Vivekananda, Nehru and Ambedkar, Tolstoy and Kipling, Yeats and Eliot, Alfred Nobel, Dmitri Mendeleev and C V......
ICMR to conduct nationwide sero surveys on Covid spread
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)'s fourth round of national-level sero survey to assess the intensity of the spread of COVID-19 in India will begin this month, but all states/UTs......
Unplanned vaccination can promote mutant strains: Experts to PM
A group of public health experts, including doctors from All India Institute of Medical Sciences and members from the national taskforce on COVID-19, have said that mass, indiscriminate and......
Why India denied China 5-G trial
Given the security dilemma prevailing between India and China, India should curb the operation of Chinese telecom companies in India, assserts Dr Rup Narayan Das. Photograph: Rafael......
UK all set to kickstart FTA talks with Modi govt
The UK government said on Tuesday that it has kicked off preparations for a free trade agreement (FTA) with India, launching a 14-week consultation to seek the views of the public and business......
Manchester, Silicon Valley...
Why do Innovation Revolutions happen outside India, asks Ajit Balakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com If you are born, raised and educated in India, high chances are that the......
Migrant crisis to job cuts, fear is back too soon
Governments seem to be a lot more wary of imposing a draconian lockdown this time. Some lessons seem to have been learned.>So, it may be fair to assume that these lockdowns will do less harm.But......
Haryana's local hire law may impact 150,000 IT jobs in the state
A majority of the companies said the law, aimed at jobs with a monthly salary cap of Rs 50,000, will result in them leaving Haryana or growing their operations in other states and abroad.......
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