Government of Jharkhand has ordered an extension of lockdown related restrictions currently in place in the state outside containment zones, up to August 31, due to COVID-19.
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The government has released a draft mandatory code of conduct that aims to succeed where other countries have failed in making the global digital giants pay for news siphoned from commercial media companies.
Targetting the centre over the "deepening economic crisis", senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Thursday asserted that two major industries -- telecom and aviation -- are on the verge of collapse.
IAS officer Hardik Satishchandra Shah has been appointed the Private Secretary (PS) to Prime Minister Narendra Modi according to a Personnel Ministry order issued on Thursday.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday announced free travel for girls and women in the state roadways buses on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
A new trend called ‘Challenge Accepted’ is gaining popularity on Instagram among the women community.
Uber Technologies Inc on Thursday halted a plan to move its Asian headquarters to Hong Kong in another business blow for the Chinese-ruled city, choosing to extend its stay in Singapore until at least December 2022.
A rush of first-time investors into the stock market is burnishing the appeal of brokerages, helping them outperform most peers on a gauge of India’s financial stocks.
Hong Kong is not allowing flights from India and the Centre is in discussions with the Kuwait government to establish a bilateral air bubble, said the Civil Aviation Ministry on Wednesday.
A 32-year-old Russian woman pilgrim, stranded in Tirupati since March following the nationwide lockdown, was on Wednesday assured of all help to return to her country a top TTD official said.
The Union Health Ministry has asked the Drugs Controller General of India to ensure equitable distribution of Remdesivir and Tocilizumab drugs, which have been included as "investigational therapies" in the national treatment protocols for COVID-19.
Leaders of the world's four most powerful companies will defend the Internet giants, painting them as US success stories in a fiercely competitive world during a major antitrust hearing Wednesday.
To reduce the 2020-21 syllabus due to the Pandemic, the Karnataka government has decided to drop the chapter on famous Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan and his father Haider Ali from class 7 social science textbooks.
Anthony Levandowski, the autonomous-driving engineer who agreed to plead guilty to stealing trade secrets from Google, should spend 27 months in prison, prosecutors say.
The West Bengal Government on Tuesday announced the extension of lockdown in containment zones till August 31, which was earlier in place till the end of July.
India on Tuesday conducted over 5 lakh COVID tests for the second successive day, taking the total count of samples tested for the virus to 1.73 crores, the Ministry of and Family Welfare said.
Railway Board Chairman VK Yadav on Tuesday said satellite tracking of trains has improved efficiency in train operations amid coronavirus pandemic.
The new reality show on Netflix called the ‘Indian Matchmaking’ is creating waves among viewers in India and abroad.
Google will allow most employees to work from home through to July 2021 in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the tech giant said Monday.
Facebook is suing EU antitrust regulators for seeking information beyond what is necessary, including highly personal details, for their investigations into the company's data and marketplace, the U.S. social media group said on Monday.