• All you need to know about Ram Mandir construction in Ayodhya
    PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the much-awaited Ram Mandir in Ayodhya today. A total of 175 guests, including 135 seers were invited for the ceremony. In November last year, the apex court ended decades-old Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute by granting the entire 2.77 acres land to deity Ram Lalla, one of the litigants of the case, and directed government to allot 5-acre of land to Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque. Here's all you need to know about the construction and what Ram Mandir would look like..
  • All you need to know about NASA’s Mars 2020 mission
    NASA launched its Mars 2020 Perseverance rover mission today from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.The rover will spend at least one Martian year (equivalent to roughly two Earth years), exploring the landing site region. Apart from seeking signs of ancient life on the Red Planet, the rover will also collect rocks and soil samples and bring them back to Earth.The launch of the $2.7 billion mission comes just days after the UAE and China launched their Mars missions on July 19 and July 23, respectively. Here’s a look.
  • China is in territorial disputes with over 20 nations
    The recent standoff between India and China in Ladakh's Galwan region, in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed, has sparked an anti-China sentiment back home. But India isn't the only country China has territorial disputes with. China is embroiled in territorial disputes with over 20 countries, though it shares its border with only 14. A look at various territorial claims made by China.
  • Metro rail services have mostly resumed and limited reopening of educational institutions is permitted later this month.
  • Three-year-old Tejas celebrated his birthday on August 31, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi put the spotlight on India’s toy industry in his Mann ki Baat programme on radio.
  • PM Narendra Modi 7th Independence Day speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort went on for 90 minutes, making it his third longest one.
  • Lionel Messi has overtaken Cristiano Ronaldo as the highest earner in world football while Jose Mourinho tops the managers’ chart, according to France Football magazine. Here's more:
  • According to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, tertiary students in Tunisia were most likely to graduate in a STEM (science, technology, engineering mathematics) field, with 43-46% students receiving a degree in those subjects
  • Apple has beaten the famed Swiss watch industry, six years after launching its first smartwatch in 2014. Having dominated the nascent smartwatch category pretty much from day one, the Apple Watch eventually became a big seller and a major threat to traditional watchmakers.
  • While job searches related to sports have gone up by 11% in August 2020, compared to August 2019, postings for these positions went down by 25% during this time.
  • The fate of Sheena Bora murder case rests heavily on forensic evidence. Since the human remains found in Raigad are nearly three years old, experts suggest mitochondrial DNA analysis as the best method to determine their identity.
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  • Did you know that a Greenland shark is considered as the world’s longest lived vertebrate? Lately, a picture of a 393-year-old marine predator resurfaced on social media, garnering thousands of shares on both Facebook and Twitter.
  • Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny is in coma after falling ill from suspected poisoning. On Thursday, he started feeling unwell while on a return flight to Moscow from the Siberian city of Tomsk.
  • On July 20, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) launched its first-ever interplanetary Hope Probe mission to Mars from Japan's Tanegashima Space Centre.
  • Virat Kohli, captain of the Indian cricket team and a youth icon has topped the powerful celebrity brand list of Duff & Phelps, the global valuation and corporate finance advisors, for the second year in a row
  • Priyanka Chopra is the most followed Indian on Instagram. With her fan base crossing 25 million on the photo sharing site, she leaves behind Indian icons like PM Modi and megastar Amitabh Bachchan, among others. Chopra uses social media astutely to keep her fan base engaged and growing. Be it starring in an American series (add slight controversy) to red carpet events to the royal wedding to a rumoured beau.
  • TV's hit shows Saural Simar Ka, Swaragini, Kavach, Naagin, Vishkanya have been taken over by the Bhootiya drama. So, we get to see an ichadhari naagin, a vishkanya who turns blue, a protagonist who due to a curse has been turned into a fly. The plots may seem bizarre to us but they are a hit with the audience.
  • This weekend is a blockbuster weekend for television viewers with three finales, one premier and a worldwide television premier of a box-office hit movie. Audience is the clear winner as they also get to see Bollywood stars queueing on these shows promoting movies like Aishwarya Rai for Jazbaa, Deepika for Tamasha and Alia Bhatt for Shaadaar.
  • Wave of Indian talent sweeps global TV
  • For those who feel health and fitness concerns should inform the modern consumer’s food choice at a supermarket, there is news that may come as a shocker. A US survey found that tags like ‘diet’, ‘sugar-free’ and ‘fat-free’ on food packets actually turn customers away.
  • A good night's sleep is one of the most important elements of a healthy life!
  • We often think that Yoga doesn’t need a warm-up. Sure, it may not need stretching or jogging, but it does need certain practices to be followed if you want to get maximum benefits out of your yoga routine.
  • Striker Rani Rampal will head Indian women hockey's 18-member squad at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Indian team is grouped in Pool A along with Malaysia, England, South Africa and Wales - against whom they'll begin their campaign on April 5.
  • Striker Rani Rampal will head Indian women hockey's 18-member squad at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Indian team is grouped in Pool A along with Malaysia, England, South Africa and Wales - against whom they'll begin their campaign on April 5.
  • The 18-man India hockey squad announced on Tuesday will be led by Manpreet Singh at the Commonwealth Games 2018.