A global survey of recreational drug-use, which for the first time polled respondents from India, has found that Indians — more than from other nationalities — are seeking help to reduce their alcohol intake.
Crops of Mizoram farmers which have been struck by an attack of fall armyworm (FAW), are not insured.
Facing an unprecedented drought situation, the Maharashtra government has demanded 3 tmcft of water from Karnataka.
Dishonest and temporary “removal” of original documents to take photocopies and to further use information amounts to theft, the Supreme Court has held
The National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) has said that it stands by its findings certifying mid-day meals without onion and garlic provided by the Akshaya Patra Foundation (APF) in Karnataka schools as compliant with nutritional norms laid down by the State government.
The United States has ordered all non-emergency staff to leave its embassy in Baghdad and consulate in Arbil, as tensions mount between the United States and Iraq’s neighbour Iran.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has envisaged four times growth in digital transaction in two years, in the payment system vision document for 2019-2021 recently released
Tea Research Association (TRA) has introduced artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology aimed at improving quality.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said the southwest monsoon would be “slightly delayed” over Kerala and arrive on June 6. The normal onset date is June 1.
Indian Coast Guard Ship (ICGS) Vigraha, a frontline offshore patrol vessel has been decommissioned.
The Kerala Health Department is striving to identify the genesis of a fever outbreak in different parts of Malappuram district that claimed five lives between March and May second week.