Episode 3: Vantage with Palki Sharma | Pro-Khalistanis target Indians abroad | Gun violence in USA
Global recession fears | Indian economy emerges as a bright spot
Gun violence in America | Killings by police reach record high
The row over the appointment of judges in India
Novak Djokovic: Sweat behind the glory | Vantage with Palki Sharma
THE BIG story
From Wednesday (1 February), Twitter will take ‘less severe actions’ against accounts that violate its rules, including limiting the reach of such tweets. The development comes as the platform has already reinstated many previously suspended handles like that of Donald Trump and Kangana Ranaut
The US Labour Department has indicated that fraudsters stole an estimated USD 45.6 billion from the United States’ unemployment insurance program during the Covid-19 outbreak by applying tactics like using Social Security numbers of deceased individuals
Was the Andrea Riseborough Oscar campaign for Best Actress illegal? The rules and regulations, explained
British actress Andrea Riseborough’s nomination for her performance in ‘To Leslie’ was a surprise to all. But did the grassroots campaign, which saw other celebrities backing the 41-year-old, break the Academy rules?
Mahesh Jethmalani's comments came amid a controversy revolving around a BBC documentary on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Are gel nails bad for you?
Why eating creepy crawlies like mealworms, crickets has been okayed in Europe
How Kylie Jenner’s latest hyper-realistic lion head dress sparked uproar at Paris Couture Week
When Jacinda Ardern hit headlines for her baby and the hijab
Mumbai Metro 2A & 7: How the two new lines will benefit the city?
After quiet quitting, comes rage applying: What is this new corporate buzzword?
Huawei Technologies Ltd., China’s first global tech brand, is at the center of conflict between Washington and Beijing over technology and security. U.S. officials say Huawei is a security risk and might facilitate Chinese spying, an accusation the company denies.
In a decree published Tuesday, Vladimir Putin tasked the defence and foreign ministers to conduct talks with Belarus and sign an agreement to establish the facilities
NBA: Banchero-led fightback helps Magic overcome 21-point deficit against Sixers; Nets defeat depleted Lakers
Paolo Banchero scored 29 points from 11-of-22 shooting and was backed with scoring support from German brothers Franz Wagner and Moritz Wagner as Orlando silenced the home crowd with a second-half scoring blitz.
What is the X-57, NASA's first electric plane designed to reduce fuel consumption, emissions, and noise?
The X-57 uses lithium batteries to run electric motors for its propellers. But the energy you get from batteries, relative to their weight, is 50 times less than you can get from aviation fuel
The fintech sector expects regulations regarding digital currencies
Car mechanics in Ukraine bringing back destroyed Russian tanks to life as country awaits Challenger, Leopard and Abrams
These mechanics reportedly fixed autos, trucks, railroads, and buses prior to the war. Their attention is currently on the Russian invaders and how to dismantle Russian T-72 tanks and American-made MRAP vehicles that were given to them for repair
In a video that has gone viral on Twitter, Virat Kohli can be seen signing a cricket ball, while politely requesting fans to film video
ISIS module in India case: NIA chargesheets Bihar man to raise funds and send it to Syria-based handlers
Investigations have revealed that Ahmad conspired with an ISIS handler and others for the propagation of the ISIS ideology
India vs New Zealand 3rd T20I Live Streaming: Find out all the details about the 3rd T20I between IND and NZ
The message by the Israel government came after a terrorist attack on a Jewish synagogue in Jerusalem last week in which several people were killed
UN humanitarian chief Martin Griffith said the humanitarian delegation told the Taliban that if they weren't going to rescind the edict 'then we must expand these exceptions to cover all the aspects of humanitarian action'
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and South Korean Defense Minister Lee Jong-sup promised a more resolute response to what they described as Pyongyang’s unprecedented level of provocations over the past year.
An announcement is expected this week, when Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets with his colleague and President Ferdinand Marcos Jr in Manila. Negotiations are still ongoing
The claim came in hearings at the court’s headquarters in The Hague in a pair of cases brought by Armenia and Azerbaijan alleging breaches of a convention preventing racial discrimination
Ranbir & Sharddha’s fresh pairing, vibrant look and chemistry is adding dollops of excitement for the audience