Queen Elizabeth’s husband Prince Philip’s funeral will take place this Saturday at 3 pm (1400 GMT).
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Space is the No. 1 priority for real estate hunters in the pandemic era at every level of the market. But for the rich, that means far more than just another bedroom.
Sweden is facing an acute shortage of sperm for assisted pregnancy as would-be donors avoid hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic, halting inseminations in large parts of the healthcare system and driving up waiting times by years.
China's economy expanded at its fastest pace on record in the first quarter, data showed Friday, in a sharp turnaround from the historic contraction caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Indian-Americans have welcomed the Indian government's decision to simplify the process of maintaining Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cards, saying more overseas citizens will now opt for this form of residency.
According to a new assessment published today in the medical journal Lancet there is consistent, strong evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, is predominantly transmitted through the air.
Actor Rahul Roy took to his Instagram to share the news that he and his family have been tested positive for the coronavirus.
A pause on all US vaccinations with the Johnson & Johnson Covid shot will continue for at least another week after members of a government-convened expert panel said Wednesday they needed more time to assess.
European Union countries formally agreed on Wednesday to launch COVID travel passes as a step towards reopening to tourism this summer and will negotiate details with the bloc's lawmakers in May.
Nearly half the women in 57 countries around the world face restrictions on what they can do with their bodies, such as have sex, use contraception or seek health care, the UN said in a report Wednesday.
Thousands gathered outside the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus in Mumbai today to board long-distance trains, a day after the Maharashtra government announced severe restrictions on public movement.
Kabir Bedi’s Upcoming Memoir ‘Stories I Must Tell: The Emotional Journey’ is Raw, Honest and Sincere
After several years of working in cinema, the actor penned down his memoir as sincerely as possible and decided to share it with the world in ‘Stories I Must Tell: The Emotional Journey of an Actor.’
Muslims began marking Ramzan on Tuesday by following Covid-19 guidelines. Last year the mosques were empty during Ramzan when the coronavirus pandemic had started.
Among covid patients, a lack of exercise is linked to more severe symptoms and a higher risk of death, according to a study covering nearly 50,000 people who were infected with the virus.
British police are seeking thieves who bagged the world's largest rabbit named Darius from his owner's garden.
As Delhi grapples with the fourth wave of COVID-19, the Delhi Metro Railway Corporation (DMRC) on Monday penalised 515 commuters for violating coronavirus safety rules.
The government has initiated the process for inviting financial bids for the sale of national carrier Air India and the deal is likely to conclude by September, sources said.
Hundreds of loyal devotees gathered in Haridwar in Uttarakhand to take their Shahi Snan (Holy Dip) which takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays.
A leading think tank for science and technology policy has said as Washington seeks to counter a rising China, no nation is more important than India with its abundance of highly skilled technical professionals and strong political and cultural ties with the United States.
Hoping to capitalise on a surge in demand for home deliveries, a Singapore technology company has deployed a pair of robots to bring residents their groceries in one part of the city state.