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South Korea to build a park in Ayodhya with Yogi government

South Korea’s envoy to India Shin Bongkil informed that his country, in collaboration with the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government, is building a park...

Why India could tackle Corona: Credit it to lack of a protein

The deficiency of a human protein, neutrophil elastase, among Asians may be the reason for slower spread of corona virus endemic in Asian countries....

Bamboos are set to take roots: We can start counting bounty

The fragrance of agarbattis (incense) rolled in Jammu will soon spread far and wide as the government plans to set up a special cluster...

Jaishankar skips Canada-led meeting: Is it due to Trudeau’s ‘interference’?

India’s foreign minister S Jaishankar is to skip Canada-led group of foreign ministers meeting and the reason could be the unsought-for criticism by the...

Why women are committing more suicides than men in the Season of Covid-19?

Eriko Kobayashi has tried suicide four times. First time when she was just 22 old because she didn’t have enough money to pay her...

Taiwan launches its own submarine project; looks to beef its own security

The submarine game is heating up in the East Asia region. While Japan has recently launched the first of the new Taipei -Class submarines,...

Rs 9,000 crore investment in Uttar Pradesh signed by foreign companies

Several foreign companies, at least 20 at last count, are making investments in Uttar Pradesh totalling Rs 9,000 crores. A government spokesman said that...

Who did Poonawalla turn to when hit by cash shortfall? Bill Gates of course

If developing a Covid-19 vaccine is the most important thing, 39-year old Adar Poonawalla is the most important man in India right now. Serum...

India-UK emerging military agreement is a sweet revenge of history

India, a country which traditionally was wary into entering formal military arrangements with Western powers, now can’t have enough. According to Indian media report, an...

It’s in China’s interest to keep India in good humour and here’s why

We could all look at clues emanating from a two-hour meeting between India’s foreign minister S. Jaishankar with Wang Yi, his Chinese counterpart, in...

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