'Happiness Curriculum' introduced in Delhi govt schools: In world obsessed with marks, studies can still be source of joy
The school is a place which inculcates an environment where students not only learn academically, but also indulge in their all-round development, and this has a greater impact in learners' lives in the long run.
Chai and Why is a TIFR-run forum, which meets every alternate weekend to discuss scientific issues in a ‘science café’ format. It has been running for almost 9 years now
Toyota, the Japanese automotive giant, has recently completed the first in-home trial of its new Human Support Robot (HSR).
The number of coffee lovers is slowly going up, all thanks to the second wave of cafe culture.
After the Uttarakhand High Court's landmark ruling on 20 March, which made the Ganga and the Yamuna living entities, polluting the rivers is comparable to hurting a living person.
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) was set up by an act of Parliament and is entrusted with the responsibility of development, maintenance and management of National Highways.
Have you ever tried ordering food in sign language? Welcome to Hearken Cafe in the heart of Shahpur Jat in New Delhi where all barriers are broken between the deaf and mute employees and foodies
With the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon 2017 taking place on Sunday, the focus has shifted to the top runners from all over the world, celebrities and most importantly, the over 200 NGOs that are participating to showcase promote their initiatives.
Former middleweight boxing champion turned lawmaker Bea Diallo is using his influence to turn Belgian youth away from jihad.
Special arrangements have been made for the inmates to perform prayers and enjoy their pre-dawn 'sehri' meal and evening meals known as 'iftars' during roza
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal implements solar policy, targeting installation of 1 GW solar power capacity by 2020 with an aim to make the national capital a solar city.
Ranjan Saha was kidnapped by the extremists of the National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) from Jampuijala on 18 April, 2000, along with two others.
Highlighting the need for protecting tiger corridors, he announced incentivising project proponents to give land for compensatory afforestation in Tiger corridors.
West Indies show why they are champions off the field too, make donation to Mother Teresa's charity in Kolkata
West Indies team takes time out from celebrations following World T20 triumph to donate to Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata
Shaktiman, a police horse which lost its leg after being brutally beaten up, allegedly by BJP workers, is recovering well and will soon get a brand new prosthetic leg from the US, reports say.
he incident that took place in Uttarakhand has now prompted the police in Uttar Pradesh to provide protective gear for horses in the state police force.
Economic growth is rising, carbon emissions are dropping, fight against climate change getting stronger: IEA
On 16 March, the International Energy Agency (IEA), one of the most prominent energy forecasters in the world, announced that the carbon-dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels, has remained the same over the past two years.
Denmark, perhaps better known for fierce marauding Vikings than being a nation of the happiest people, has just won that very accolade. Again.
The South Indian Education Society (SIES), Mumbai used its own funds and hard work of its students and staff to convert Kawthewadi – a tribal village in Raigad district — into a fully functional village with basic sanitation, roads and electricity.
This International Women’s Day, let’s take a look at the achievements of women in the past year