World's most important human rights law: Roopa Ganguly on CAA
"In no way, the CAA will have any adverse impact on Indian citizens. Opposition parties are spreading lies and misleading people for narrow political purpose," she said.
'Novel Chinese coronavirus may have transmitted to humans from snakes'
According to the researchers, including Wei Ji from Peking University ...
Human-to-human transmission confirmed in China coronavirus
Team leader Zhong Nanshan, a respiratory expert, said two people in Guangdong prov...
China virus outbreak may wallop economy, financial markets
The first cases of what has been identified as a novel coronavirus were linked to a seafood market in Wuhan, suggesting animal-to-human transmission, but it now is also thought to be spread between people.
First phase of payload selection for Gaganyaan done: ISRO chairman K Sivan
Isro plans to send a humanoid in the first of the two unmanned missions to space later this year using its most powerful rocket - Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle MkIII. The rocket will be human rated - fine tuned to be safe with zero or minimum errors so that it can carry crew capsule on board.
Pak has 'limited options' to respond to India's decision on Jammu and Kashmir: CRS report
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) in its second report on Kashmir in less than six months also said that Pakistan's ability to alter the status quo through military action has been reduced in recent years, meaning that Islamabad likely must rely primarily on diplomacy.
JNU students' union to move high court on Monday for quashing new hostel manual
Early this month, the university had witnessed tussle between student groups over the issue of registration. Amid the stir, masked men had gone on a rampage on January 5 in the campus assaulting students and teachers and storming hostels, drawing widespread outrage.
Flamingos, humans can co-exist: Uddhav Thackeray on Trans Harbour Link
Speaking after launching the first of the over 10,000 girder segments of the MTHL here, Thackeray indicated that the project, which connects Mumbai to adjoining Raigad district, won't be detrimental to the migratory birds flying to Mumbai's balmy shores in search of warmer climes.
China: Possible that new virus could spread between humans
Forty-one people in the city of Wuhan have received a preliminary diagnosis of a novel coronavirus, a family of viruses that can cause both the common cold and more serious diseases. A 61-year-old man with severe underlying conditions died from the coronavirus on Saturday. The outbreak in Wuhan has raised the specter of SARS, or severe acute respiratory syndrome.
Situation in Kashmir violates human rights: US Congresswoman Debbie Dingell
The situation in Kashmir violates human rights, a US Congresswoman has said, as she joined as cosponsors to a resolution urging India to end restrictions on communications and mass detentions in the newly-created Union Territory.
Who is Indira Jaising to suggest that I forgive my daughter's rapists: Asha Devi
Earlier yesterday, Indira Jaising, through a tweet, had urged Asha Devi to forgive the perpetrators and had used the example of Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi, who had forgiven Nalini, one of the convicts who was given the death penalty by the courts.
Humans vs bots: Korean firms use AI in hiring, can read faces to figure out what's fake
Preparing for such tests doesn't necessarily involve memorising answers.
I'm happy he did it: Wife of fugitive Carlos Ghosn slams Japanese justice
Two weeks ago, Carlos Ghosn made a dramatic escape from house arrest in Japan, where he was awaiting trial on charges of under-reporting earnings, breach of trust and misappropriation of company funds. He denies all charges.
Humans of gig economy: The cultural transformation of the delivery agent
The ubiquity of these workers is such that it’s easy to forget that it has been around for less than 5 years.
Ghosn's Japan lawyer: Questioning averaged 7 hours a day
The lawyer said he told Ghosn he couldn't expect a fair trial in Japan, but his chances of winning were good because the evidence against him was so weak. Japan's judicial system has come under fire over Ghosn's case. Critics have for years said the prolonged detentions tend to coerce false confessions. Suspects can be detained even without any charges.
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