NASA to train Indian astronaut for ISS voyage in deepening space ties

NASA to train Indian astronaut for ISS voyage in deepening space ties

NASA will train an Indian astronaut for a voyage to the International Space Station as early as next year, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said on Wednesday, amid deepening space ties between India and the United States.
Chandrayaan-4: ISRO to bring back soil samples from the Moon; check details of next lunar mission

Chandrayaan-4: ISRO to bring back soil samples from the Moon; check details of next lunar mission

Chandrayaan-3 was a grand success. Now, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is focusing on their next project, Chandrayaan-4. This mission aims to bring back soil samples from the Moon. This will mark India as a frontrunner in space exploration.
Gas price hike fuels short-term inflation to 42pc

Gas price hike fuels short-term inflation to 42pc

: A massive increase in gas prices drove the annual short-term inflation to above 40 per cent for the first time in over four months, official data showed on Friday.
IMF seeks further power tariff hike

IMF seeks further power tariff hike

Rejects fiscal numbers; govt proposes 40% tax on banks’ windfall profits.
A village school that began in a cowshed is now an academy for Karbi tribe kids in Assam

A village school that began in a cowshed is now an academy for Karbi tribe kids in Assam

At Parijat Academy, a school in Pamohi village near Guwahati, first generation learners receive free education and learn various skills. Making sanitary pads is a part of the curriculum.
Change In The Air As Drones Aid Smart Farming, Self-Employment In Rajasthan

Change In The Air As Drones Aid Smart Farming, Self-Employment In Rajasthan

Farmers register around 50% reduction in use of fertilisers and pesticides, while youth use drones for photography or rent them out.
Young Kashmiri Muslim potter prepares thousands of lamps ahead of Diwali

Young Kashmiri Muslim potter prepares thousands of lamps ahead of Diwali

In a gesture of communal harmony, a Kashmiri Muslim potter is burning the midnight oil, crafting lamps for Diwali as he is preparing twenty thousand lamps ahead of the festival of lights.
Hyderabad-based Skyroot Aerospace raises Rs 225 cr

Hyderabad-based Skyroot Aerospace raises Rs 225 cr

Skyroot plans to utilize the newly acquired capital to drive its next phase of growth.
India is emerging as a new global technology and innovation hub

India is emerging as a new global technology and innovation hub

Google’s decision to manufacture its flagship phones in India, following the similar move by another multinational technology firm Apple, gives clear indication that India is emerging as a new global technology and innovation hub. On the same note, India has begun its journey to become the major global semiconductor producer and electronics repair hub. India is using its gargantuan local market, cheap labour, innovative ecosystem and geopolitical equations to its advantage.
Ashadha Purnima Event Highlights Buddhist Heritage of India

Ashadha Purnima Event Highlights Buddhist Heritage of India

New Delhi played host to a global delegation for the celebration of Ashadha Purnima, an event organised by the International Buddhist Confederation (IBC) in conjunction with India’s Ministry of Culture. The commemoration took place at the National Museum, Janpath, on July 3, paying homage to the Buddha’s inaugural sermon given in Sarnath.
How India can leverage its biggest strength

How India can leverage its biggest strength

It needs to create opportunities for existing labour force and new entrants by improving productivity
India to Gift Vietnam Missile Corvette

India to Gift Vietnam Missile Corvette

With China’s aggressive muscle-flexing figuring high on their radar screens, India will now “gift” an indigenously-built missile corvette to Vietnam as well as look to step-up training of Vietnamese personnel in submarine and fighter jet operations, cyber-security and electronic warfare, among other fields.
Assam: Digboi youth shines on global stage with scientist position at Texas laboratory

Assam: Digboi youth shines on global stage with scientist position at Texas laboratory

Anirban Chakraborty, a native of Digboi, has emerged as a prominent figure not only in his hometown but also nationwide, as he has been offered a prestigious position as a designated scientist at the Research Laboratory of a renowned university in Texas, United States.
“Twitter is a manipulated medium,” MoS Meenakashi Lekhi after Jack Dorsey’s “pressure” remark

“Twitter is a manipulated medium,” MoS Meenakashi Lekhi after Jack Dorsey’s “pressure” remark

Reacting to Dorsey’s claim that the Indian government had put pressure on the microblogging platform to block accounts during the farmers’ protests, Meenakashi Lekhi said, “Twitter is a manipulated medium.
'Made in India' COVID vaccines Supplied to 42 African Countries

'Made in India' COVID vaccines Supplied to 42 African Countries

Under PM Modi's vision of "One Earth, One Health" and belief in "Vasudaiva Kutumbakam," India supplied 'Made in India' Covid vaccines to 42 African countries on Wednesday, Jaishankar said.
PM Modi Calls For Women-Led Development, Investment In SDGs On Day 2 Of G20 Ministers’ Meet In Varanasi

PM Modi Calls For Women-Led Development, Investment In SDGs On Day 2 Of G20 Ministers’ Meet In Varanasi

PM Narendra Modi emphasised that it is the collective responsibility of the people not to let the Sustainable Development Goals fall behind
FastBeetle's J&K-based logistics startup races ahead, raises undisclosed fund at USD 3 million valuation

FastBeetle's J&K-based logistics startup races ahead, raises undisclosed fund at USD 3 million valuation

(ANI): FastBeetle, a digital logistics platform based in Jammu and Kashmir, has recently made headlines with its successful undisclosed funding round, valuing the company at 3 million dollars.
Kashmiri Artist and Fulbright Scholar Taha Mughal Recounts His Journey

Kashmiri Artist and Fulbright Scholar Taha Mughal Recounts His Journey

Born and raised in the HMT area of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir, Taha Mughal, a Cambridge alumnus and winner of the prestigious Fulbright scholarship for 2022-23, stands at the intersection of art, writing, and architecture.
“India’s Presidency Comes at Critical Moment…Accelerate Efforts of Climate Actions,” says UNDP representative

“India’s Presidency Comes at Critical Moment…Accelerate Efforts of Climate Actions,” says UNDP representative

United Nations Development Programme’s representative in India, Shoko Noda on Monday highlighted India’s G20 Presidency that comes at a critical moment to accelerate the efforts of climate actions.
UPSC 2022: 29 Muslim candidates crack merit list

UPSC 2022: 29 Muslim candidates crack merit list

(ANI): The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) witnessed a three percent rise in the number of Muslims candidates who cracked the most competitive exam in the country this year.
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