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Australia to join India, US, Japan in MALABAR naval exercise in attempt to bolster peace in the Indo-Pacific
India

Australia to join India, US, Japan in MALABAR naval exercise in attempt to bolster peace in the Indo-Pacific

This is the first military-level engagement between the four-nation grouping, the Quad, and it comes amid the India-China border row

Indian, Sri Lankan navies begin Slinex 2020: Three-day exercise to highlight 'growing congruence' between two countries
India

Indian, Sri Lankan navies begin Slinex 2020: Three-day exercise to highlight 'growing congruence' between two countries

The Indian Navy will deploy anti-submarine warfare corvettes INS Kamorta and INS Kiltan as well as a sizeable number of advanced light helicopters, Chetak helicopter and Dornier maritime patrol aircraft

Scientists develop new way to determine how fast the Indian Ocean is warming by analysing earthquake sounds
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Scientists develop new way to determine how fast the Indian Ocean is warming by analysing earthquake sounds

They used existing seismic monitoring equipment and historic data on earthquakes find out how much the temperature of the ocean has altered and continues changing.

US signs defence cooperation deal with Maldives amidst China's growing presence in Indian Ocean
World

US signs defence cooperation deal with Maldives amidst China's growing presence in Indian Ocean

During discussions after signing the agreement, Maldivian Minister of Defence Mariya Didi said the framework will strengthen defence and security cooperation between the two countries

India has little choice but to ally with democratic nations as China openly demonstrates imperialistic designs under world's watch
World

India has little choice but to ally with democratic nations as China openly demonstrates imperialistic designs under world's watch

While America repositions itself, the ASEAN bloc is coming to the realisation that each of its 10 members may not be individually able to confront China’s aggrandising ambitions in the South China Sea.

Cyclone Amphan: Global warming could make cyclones more dangerous, harder to predict
science

Cyclone Amphan: Global warming could make cyclones more dangerous, harder to predict

Last year, the cyclone season was a monster with six severe, six very severe, and three extremely severe cyclone storms.

Issue of space debris brought back into focus after Russian rocket breaks down above Indian Ocean
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Issue of space debris brought back into focus after Russian rocket breaks down above Indian Ocean

A US Airforce unit that detects and tracks artificial objects in Earth’s orbit, has identified 65 pieces from the incident.

A social media challenge and revisiting favourite albums: An exercise in understanding the 'impact' of our music choices
Entertainment

A social media challenge and revisiting favourite albums: An exercise in understanding the 'impact' of our music choices

The most interesting aspect of such challenges is that they celebrate peculiarities and give us insight into people’s personalities, and the most enjoyable part has been revisiting old records and choices

Mahinda Rajapaksa in Delhi: Narendra Modi, Sri Lankan PM hold talks; India calls on island nation to fulfil Tamil community's aspirations
India

Mahinda Rajapaksa in Delhi: Narendra Modi, Sri Lankan PM hold talks; India calls on island nation to fulfil Tamil community's aspirations

Mahinda Rajapaksa, elder brother of Sri Lankan president Gotabaya Rajapaksa, arrived in Delhi on Friday on a five-day visit

Looking back at a decade of Indian indie music: Hip-hop replaces rock as the biggest genre, Hindi acts rise to the top
Entertainment

Looking back at a decade of Indian indie music: Hip-hop replaces rock as the biggest genre, Hindi acts rise to the top

Among the most significant developments in the Indian indie music scene over the last decade have been the growth of legit music festivals, and the democratisation of music distribution and marketing through digital platforms and social media. The artists riding the current wave are electronic music producers Nucleya and Ritviz, singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad and Hindi rock band The Local Train.

S Jaishankar to embark on two-day Iran visit tomorrow; external affairs minister to attend 19th Joint Commission Meeting
India

S Jaishankar to embark on two-day Iran visit tomorrow; external affairs minister to attend 19th Joint Commission Meeting

S Jaishankar is also expected to call upon Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, the external affairs ministry said in a statement on Saturday

Sri Lanka president Gotabaya Rajapaksa assures country 'will take steps' to release Indian fishermen's boats
India

Sri Lanka president Gotabaya Rajapaksa assures country 'will take steps' to release Indian fishermen's boats

Sri Lanka president Gotabaya Rajapaksa on Friday assured that his country will take steps to release the Indian fishermen's boats which are in the island nation's custody.

Sri Lanka president Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrives in India on maiden visit, set to hold talks with Narendra Modi today
India

Sri Lanka president Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrives in India on maiden visit, set to hold talks with Narendra Modi today

In his first overseas tour after taking reins of Sri Lanka over a week ago, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrived in New Delhi on a three-day visit, signalling his intent to deepen bilateral ties with India

Tuna on the plate! Filets, steaks, burgers that tickle your taste buds may just cause histamine poisoning
India

Tuna on the plate! Filets, steaks, burgers that tickle your taste buds may just cause histamine poisoning

Symptoms of scombroid fish poisoning can include a tingling or burning sensation in the mouth, facial swelling, rash, hives and itchy skin, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea, flushing of the face, headache, faintness among others.

Ahead of visit to New Delhi, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa says Sri Lanka won't do anything to harm India's interests
World

Ahead of visit to New Delhi, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa says Sri Lanka won't do anything to harm India's interests

Newly-elected President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who is considered pro-China, said he wanted Sri Lanka to be a 'neutral country' and work with all the countries

Sri Lanka elections: Lauded for crushing civil war, condemned for 'war crimes', Rajapaksa clan eyes another shot at power as Gotabaya among top contenders in presidential polls
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Sri Lanka elections: Lauded for crushing civil war, condemned for 'war crimes', Rajapaksa clan eyes another shot at power as Gotabaya among top contenders in presidential polls

Sri Lankans voted Saturday for a new president in what could mark a comeback for the Rajapaksa clan, lauded by supporters for crushing the Tamil Tigers but condemned by critics for war crimes, corruption and cosying up to China

Sri Lanka elections: Gunmen open fire on convoy of buses carrying minority Muslim voters; no casualties reported
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Sri Lanka elections: Gunmen open fire on convoy of buses carrying minority Muslim voters; no casualties reported

Gunmen opened fire on a convoy of buses carrying minority Muslim voters in northwest Sri Lanka on Saturday, hours before polling in presidential elections got underway, police said

Sri Lanka presidential election: 16 million to vote today; 35 candidates including retired lieutenant-colonel Gotabaya Rajapaksa in fray
World

Sri Lanka presidential election: 16 million to vote today; 35 candidates including retired lieutenant-colonel Gotabaya Rajapaksa in fray

Campaigning largely focused on national security and religious extremism in the backdrop of Islamic State-inspired suicide bomb attacks on Easter Sunday

Scientists say 'worse is yet to come' as East Africa reels from deadly floods, blame Indian Ocean dipole behind extreme weather
World

Scientists say 'worse is yet to come' as East Africa reels from deadly floods, blame Indian Ocean dipole behind extreme weather

A powerful climate phenomenon in the Indian Ocean stronger than any seen in years is unleashing destructive rains and flooding across East Africa — and scientists say worse could be coming

US deploying 3,000 more troops to Saudi Arabia after attack on oil installations, says Pentagon
World

US deploying 3,000 more troops to Saudi Arabia after attack on oil installations, says Pentagon

The Pentagon said Friday it has approved the deployment of 3,000 additional troops and military hardware to Saudi Arabia