FanCode to live stream I-League matches exclusively
“This partnership is in sync with FanCode’s focus to provide comprehensive sports access to underserved sports fans in India. With this partnership, we are sure to see an increase in the reach and popularity of the league by multiple-fold,” said Yannick Colaco, co-founder, FanCode.
Demolition of Maradu flats in Kochi turns spotlight on controlled explosion
The Kochi demolitions have brought to the fore controlled implosi...
Australia firefighters save world's only rare dinosaur trees
Firefighters winched from helicopters to reach the cluster of fewer than 200 Wol...
Bharat Bandh live updates: Strike by trade unions gets mixed response
10 Central trade unions have called fot the strike which is being supported by many other organisations. The protestors' demand during the Bharat Bandh includes Centre to drop the proposed labour reforms. A Bill in this regard was passed and proposes to merge 44 labour laws into four codes -- wages, industrial relations, social security, and safe working conditions.
Bengaluru airport to get world-class entertainment arena
The entertainment destination for global and Indian artists will be built at a budget of over Rs 100 crore on a land parcel of 6.3 acres, tendered out by the Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL). The arena is built by a consortium of Live Nation Entertainment, Phase 1 Experiences and the Embassy Group and is expected to be open in the next 18-20 months.
UN lowers India growth forecast; expects momentum to pick up in 2020
According to the United Nations World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) 2020, a growth rate of 2.5 per cent is possible in 2020, but a flare up of trade tensions, financial turmoil, or an escalation of geopolitical tensions could derail a recovery.
Canada welcomes Harry-Meghan, but PM Justin Trudeau yet to discuss security costs of the Sussexes
Canadian media have estimated that protecting the royals would cost about $1.3 mn per year.
Druva crosses $100 million in annual recurring revenue
The growth has been driven largely by increasing cloud adoption and a shift to SaaS (software as a service) delivery for data protection. Earlier this year, the company had announced that it had raised $130 million in late-stage funding at a valuation of more than $1 billion.
DRDO empowered India in 2019 to neutralise live satellite
DRDO flight-tested Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVRAAM) Astra from Su-30 MKI platform off the coast of Chandipur in Odisha from September 16 to 19. The five trials conducted during this period, tested missiles in different configurations. Three missiles were launched in combat configuration with warheads. The tests were successful.
'Prozac Nation' author Elizabeth Wurtzel passes away at 52 after long battle with cancer
Wurtzel wrote of growing up in a home torn by divorce, and of cutting herself in early teens.
This tortoise single-handedly saved its species with its sex drive
A tortoise, that helped save its species from extinction by having hundreds of children, will soon be released into the wild on his native Espanola Island after officials said the programme — which recruited Diego from San Diego Zoo four decades ago - has been a success. Around 40% of the new tortoises on the island are Diego’s descendents.
True automation, a bigger streaming revolution: Tech that will take over our lives this year
5G is expected to take center stage as one of the most important topics at CES.
Tendulkar shortlisted for Laureus Sporting Moment of last two decades award
The moment, titled 'Carried On the Shoulders Of A Nation', refers to the Indian team's celebration of the 2011 World Cup triumph.
India has rich culture, heritage; why compare nation with Pakistan: Mamata Banerjee asks PM
PM Modi had on Thursday dared the Congress and its allies to raise their voice against Pakistan's atrocities on its minorities for the past 70 years. Banerjee, who is also the TMC supremo, said the PM and his party spoke of Pakistan every now and then to divert attention from the prevailing economic crisis and unemployment in India.
A visit to the museum will help you live longer
People who engage in arts activities more frequently (every few months or more) have a 31 per cent lower risk of dying.
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