Taking cognisance of contamination of rivers by effluent, the Supreme Court Wednesday said pollution-free water is a fundamental right which a welfare state is bound to ensure, and issued notices to the Centre, CPCB and five states including Delhi and Haryana on the issue.
The United States’ UN ambassador Kelly Craft has scrapped a planned trip to Taiwan due to start on Wednesday (Jan 13), a US official said.
We track our steps, our heartbeats, our sleep.
The federal cabinet Tuesday decided to reveal facts to expose individuals involved in money laundering and making fun of country’s institutions in light of the findings of UK Law firm Broadsheet.
Rep. John Katko becomes the first House Republican to back Trump impeachment in wake of deadly Capitol siege
Rep. John Katko on Tuesday became the first House Republican to announce that he would vote to impeach President Donald Trump for inciting the US Capitol riots, according to the Syracuse Post-Standard.
As HSBC Holdings Plc pins its future on China, Europe’s largest bank is grooming a set of well-connected bankers to navigate its fraught relationship with Beijing in the long run.
Earlier this month, people around the world participated in one of humankind’s largest ritualized celebrations.
Why Walmart’s chief customer officer says retail can’t go back to business as usual after the pandemic
As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, people around the world are looking forward to returning to some semblance of normalcy.
A growing number of lawmakers have tested positive for the coronavirus since Trump supporters staged an insurrection on January 6 at the US Capitol.
On December 2, Dr. Jeffrey Gold received an email from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health asking him to enroll his primary care practice in the state’s COVID-19 vaccine program.