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Cabinet gives nod to continue ACROSS scheme for atmospheric science programmes for 5 years
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Cabinet gives nod to continue ACROSS scheme for atmospheric science programmes for 5 years

The objective of the scheme is to provide improved weather, climate, ocean forecast and services, and other hazard-related services to ensure transfer of commensurate benefits to the end-user

20 Indian fishermen released from Pakistan jail transported to Wagah border for handover, says official
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20 Indian fishermen released from Pakistan jail transported to Wagah border for handover, says official

Landhi jail Superintendent Irshad Shah said the fishermen, mostly belonging to Gujarat, were released as a goodwill gesture after the Indian authorities confirmed their nationalities

Russia not allowing family to bring home Indian national's body, claims Congress leader
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Russia not allowing family to bring home Indian national's body, claims Congress leader

Russian authorities said that once the investigation into the death is completed, body of Hitendra Garassia, who had to gone to Russia for employment, will be handed over to the family

India largely on track to meet and even exceed its Paris Climate Agreement targets, says new report
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India largely on track to meet and even exceed its Paris Climate Agreement targets, says new report

'The Road from Paris: India's Progress Towards its Climate Pledge' review report, however, said that some more work needs to be done on its goal of creating an additional carbon sink

Only about seven percent of Indians are hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine finds survey
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Only about seven percent of Indians are hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine finds survey

The study conducted by the online community platform LocalCircles received 12,810 responses from citizens — 67 percent men and 33 percent women — across 301 districts.

Karnataka man, jailed for 19 months in Saudi Arabia over FB post he didn't make, returns home
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Karnataka man, jailed for 19 months in Saudi Arabia over FB post he didn't make, returns home

Harish Bangera from Udupi district is back home thanks to the efforts from various quarters including the Udipi Police and Union minister Shobha Karandlaje.

World Blood Cancer Day: Blood stem cell transplant can give patients a second chance at life
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World Blood Cancer Day: Blood stem cell transplant can give patients a second chance at life

A blood stem cell transplant can be a potentially life-saving treatment for blood cancer patients.

Damming Brahmaputra: With mega-dam plans, China might end up hurting itself more than India
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Damming Brahmaputra: With mega-dam plans, China might end up hurting itself more than India

The true idea of a river is not of a single stream of water between two banks, but a nervous system of watery arteries and capillaries that form the circulatory system of a living ecosystem in a particular river basin.

A master list of India's female indie and pop songwriters and composers: A guide for fans and festival programmers
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A master list of India's female indie and pop songwriters and composers: A guide for fans and festival programmers

This list is set to show the nation’s festival programmers – who frequently cite the scarcity of talent as the main reason for the paltry percentages of women in their line-ups – that there are far more female artists than perceived. Maybe they aren’t looking hard enough.

Disney+ Hotstar launches in India: From The Mandalorian to Lady and the Tramp, 10 originals to watch on streaming platform
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Disney+ Hotstar launches in India: From The Mandalorian to Lady and the Tramp, 10 originals to watch on streaming platform

Starting 3 April, Disney+ Hotstar will offer a wide range of superhero movies, animated films, popular kids programming, recently released Bollywood blockbusters, and exclusive Hotstar Specials shows

Coronavirus outbreak: Indians stranded in Italy send SOS calls as they fail to procure mandatory certificate declaring them COVID-19-free
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Coronavirus outbreak: Indians stranded in Italy send SOS calls as they fail to procure mandatory certificate declaring them COVID-19-free

Reportedly, several citizens are stuck at Rome's Fiumicino airport after the government has made it mandatory for people to provide a certificate declaring them coronavirus free.

India vs New Zealand: Ian Chappell says Indian batsmen must learn to temper caution and aggression to succeed against Kiwis
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India vs New Zealand: Ian Chappell says Indian batsmen must learn to temper caution and aggression to succeed against Kiwis

Chappell's opinion was in contrast to the view shared by Virat Kohli, who had said that being too cautious or wary wouldn't help the Indian batsmen

Stone tools show humans in India survived the cataclysmic Toba eruption 74,000 years ago
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Stone tools show humans in India survived the cataclysmic Toba eruption 74,000 years ago

The plume of the eruption punched more than 30 km into the sky and blanketed much of India and Africa in a layer of ash.

After Indian 2 set mishap, Tamil producers weigh in on safety measures and insurance policies for crew members
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After Indian 2 set mishap, Tamil producers weigh in on safety measures and insurance policies for crew members

In the wake of the crane crash on Indian 2 sets, which left three crew members dead, Tamil film industry personalities have spoken about the standard of safety, precaution measures in the film industry

Kamal Haasan to donate Rs 1 crore to families of deceased in Indian 2 accident, slams lack of safety on film sets
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Kamal Haasan to donate Rs 1 crore to families of deceased in Indian 2 accident, slams lack of safety on film sets

Kamal Haasan has said he will donate Rs 1 crore to the families of the crew members of his Indian 2 team who passed away in a crane crash accident

Kamal Haasan condoles death of three crew members after accident on sets of S Shankar's Indian 2
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Kamal Haasan condoles death of three crew members after accident on sets of S Shankar's Indian 2

The deceased on sets of Kamal Haasan's film have been identified as Madhu, personal assistant to director Shankar, Krishna, assistant director, and Chandran, a staffer.

Barcelona Masters 2020: Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth look to keep Olympic hopes alive with good showing in Super 300 tournament
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Barcelona Masters 2020: Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth look to keep Olympic hopes alive with good showing in Super 300 tournament

London bronze medallist Saina, who is looking to make her fourth Olympics, will begin her campaign here against Germany's Yvonne Li

Prague Chess Festival: India's Vidit Gujrathi wins third match of tournament, stays on top of table with four points from five games
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Prague Chess Festival: India's Vidit Gujrathi wins third match of tournament, stays on top of table with four points from five games

In the sixth round to be played on Tuesday after a day's rest, Harikrishna, the other Indian in the fray, will meet David Anton Guijarro and Gujrathi will take on Vitiugov

Tata Open Maharashtra 2020: Defending men's doubles champions Divij Sharan and Rohan Bopanna to play with separate partners
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Tata Open Maharashtra 2020: Defending men's doubles champions Divij Sharan and Rohan Bopanna to play with separate partners

Former Grand Slam doubles champions Robert Lindstedt and Jonathan Erlich will be the main attractions at the doubles event of the Tata Open Maharashtra

Sarnami: An Indian language born in South America, on the verge of becoming an endangered tongue
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Sarnami: An Indian language born in South America, on the verge of becoming an endangered tongue

Sarnami (sometimes called Suriname Hindustani) is a mixture of the Indian tongues that the immigrants spoke. It has also adopted words from Dutch and Sranan Tongo. The grammar and lexicon of Sarnami reflect the influence of all its mother languages.