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Dec 03, 2017
Mumbai gets new 'Sunday-cycle track' for weekly morning rides from NCPA to Worli Sea-linkBringing cheers to cyclists, Mumbai got its first dedicated 'Sunday-cycle track'.
Nov 25, 2017
Cycling for change: Peter Ngugi's one-man quest to protest racism against Africans in IndiaPeter Ngugi, 25, is on a 6,700-km cycling tour across India, in a bid to raise awareness about the racism Africans in the country experience | #FWeekend
Nov 12, 2017
Delhi smog: Companies allow work from home, flexible hours, distribute anti-pollution masks to ensure staff wellnesscompanies operating in the Delhi-NCR region are offering the much-needed assistance to protect its employees against health hazards.
Nov 01, 2017
Closed nuclear fuel cycle is the future of the global industry: Russian expertThe closed nuclear fuel cycle technology is crucial to India for implementing its three-stage nuclear power programme.
Oct 10, 2017
Smriti Irani accuses Rahul Gandhi of paying lip service to Amethi's development, says BJP stopped land erosion in regionSmriti Irani on Tuesday launched a blistering attack on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and accused him of paying lip service to development.
Sep 28, 2017
Maharashtra and farm loan waivers: Farmers say Devendra Fadnavis govt raised their hopes only to shatter themWhen Devendra Fadnavis promised a farm loan waiver on 6 June, he told the media it would be “the biggest in history.” What has turned out to be the biggest, however, is the number of conditions to qualify for the ‘waiver’.
Sep 13, 2017
Russian cyclists sue WADA, investigator Richard McLaren over exclusion from Rio Olympics 2016The cyclists - Kirill Sveshnikov, Dmitry Strakhov and Dmitry Sokolov - do not appear in the McLaren report, which said that 26 positive doping tests by Russian cyclists had been covered up.
Sep 07, 2017
NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory has reported the strongest solar flare recorded, since December 2008These solar flares can disrupt communications satellites, GPS and power grids by reaching the upper Earth atmosphere.
Sep 02, 2017
Devendra Fadnavis approves cycle track for Mumbai; encroachments along water pipelines to be cleared for projectMaharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis Saturday gave his in-principle approval to the proposal of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to construct a cycle track in the city
Sep 02, 2017
Lance Armstrong seeks to delay trial on $100 million lawsuit for doping charges till 2018Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong sought Friday to delay until next year his long-awaited battle against a $100 million lawsuit over whether he committed fraud by doping, currently set for trial in November.