The Supreme Court has urged the Assam State National Register of Citizens (NRC) Coordinator to ensure that those who have appealed against non-inclusion of their names in the NRC must get a fair hearing, and due process should be followed.
U.S. multinational Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has informed the Delhi High Court that it was ready to voluntarily pay Rs. 25 lakh each to 67 patients who have undergone revision surgeries on receiving faulty hip implants made by the company.
The Supreme Court has passed an interim direction that the 10% reservation for the economically weaker sections introduced by Maharashtra for postgraduate medical courses in the State through notifications dated February 12 and March 7, will not apply for this academic year, since the admission process had already started in November 2018.
Diamond trader Nirav Modi, wanted for fraud and money laundering amounting to nearly $2 billion in the Punjab National Bank (PNB) case, has been remanded till June 27 by a U.K. court.
37 recommendations of the Election Commission’s working groups are pending since 2014.
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has opposed the move by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) to authorise candidates receiving the Doctor of Pharmacy degree (Pharm D) from recognised universities to use the ‘Dr.’ prefix.
Britain’s review of a U.S. request to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on espionage charges has been moved to June
Children born today have a better chance than at any time in history to grow up healthy, educated and protected, with the opportunity to reach their full potential, says the Global Childhood Report recently released by Save the Children, an NGO working for the education and protection of child rights.
A transportation company is betting its sleek new hydrogen-powered electric flying vehicles will someday serve as taxis, cargo carriers and ambulances of the sky.
Rocks on the surface of Mars that look like layers of pasta may be the most obvious sign of life on the Red Planet, a NASA-funded study suggests.