Assembly elections 2022: Nothing new in Akhilesh Yadav's EVM fraud claim; a look back at the use of EVMs and the many tampering allegations
The veracity of Electronic Voting Machines, first used as an experiment in 1982 in India, has been questioned several times in the past — from LK Advani in 2009 to the Opposition in 2017 during the Assembly elections
This year, the country is also expected to witness the highest ever exports of meat, marine products and rice, with around 50 per cent share of rice exports in the world market
Certain brokers were said to have benefitted from preferential access to NSE's trading platform between 2010 and 2015. Through this explainer, we try to decode what the colocation case is all about, the chain of events dating back since 2009
Egyptian researcher develops brainwave-controlled wheelchair for those with paralysis: All you need to know
An electric wheelchair for people with tetraplegia, a condition when patients are unable to move their upper or lower body, was designed by an Egyptian researcher Abdelrahman Omran
Sickle cell anemia is one of a group of disorders known as sickle cell disease. Sickle cell anemia is an inherited red blood cell disorder in which there aren't enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout your body.
South Africa is being hit by a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections driven by the Omicron variant which has been detected in seven of the country's nine provinces, Health Minister Joe Phaahla said on Friday
WHO updates air pollution guidelines, says it kills seven million per year: What does this mean for India?
India continues to remain one of the most polluted areas across the world, with harmful pollutant levels much higher than recommended
Got COVID-19 after two shots?: Four factors that increase the risk of vaccinated people getting infected
According to the COVID Symptom Study, the five most common symptoms of a breakthrough infection are a headache, a runny nose, sneezing, a sore throat and loss of smell
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador Thursday said the strategy of containing migrants in the south was untenable and more investment was needed to keep central Americans from leaving their homes
As COVID-19 poses challenge to childrens' well-being, here are five tips to help them through lockdown
Loss of well-being was shown to be the greatest cost of lockdowns for students schooling from home in 2020.
Afghan refugee crisis goes global: Hapless evacuees hope for a place as countries scramble for solutions
The current crisis comes on top of the 2.2 million Afghan refugees already in neighbouring countries and 3.5 million people forced to flee their homes within Afghanistan's borders.
Timeline of America's longest war: Key dates of US involvement in Afghanistan since 2001 and the human toll
Here is a brief chronology of US involvement and major developments in Afghanistan over the past two decades
About 1 in 5 people who are infected, develop a fever with other symptoms such as headache, body aches, joint pains, vomiting, diarrhea, or rash.
What the indemnity clause is and how its waiver will accelerate arrival of COVID-19 vaccines in India
Given that Pfizer's mRNA vaccine is the only jab to have been approved for use in children aged 12 and 17, the 50 million doses the govt aiming to procure should be allow India vaccinate most of its children in that age group
According to some estimates, India’s R-value has increased slightly to 0.88 in the first week of July after being at its lowest-ever value of 0.78 in June-end
People who had mild symptoms or no symptoms during the first COVID-19 infection can still experience symptoms later on or have long-term problems.
Severe disease requiring hospitalisation and deaths due to the Zika virus infection are uncommon but in rare cases, Zika may cause Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS)
According to a study, published in Journal of Women and Aging, communicating with female friends decreases stress hormone (cortisol) levels for women across the lifespan
Maharashtra local body poll should be put off till OBC quota issue is resolved, demands Pankaja Munde: All you need to know
The Supreme Court in March said that reservation to OBCs was only statutory, unlike the “constitutional” reservation for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
Why is China calling for an investigation into Canada's human rights violations against Indigenous people?
This call for a probe came from a group of countries that include Russia, Belarus, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea and Syria