Can renewable energy help close power gap in India’s hot summer?
New Delhi, India — As temperatures soar beyond 40 degrees Celsius in Hasanganj village in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, the nearly 14-hour power cuts in the area mean that the bananas that Ramesh, a fruit vendor who goes by one name, sell...
How Indians consume, drives the business of rubbish
In her debut book Mountain Tales, Love and Loss in the Municipality of Castaway Belongings, author Saumya Roy follows the lives of a few ragpickers, including Farzana Sheikh in Deonar, a rubbish dump in Mumbai and one of the largest in the country. Al ...
Russia says jet scrambled as US B-52 bombers fly over Baltic Sea
A Russian Sukhoi Su-35 combat plane was sent to intercept two United States B-52H strategic bombers flying over the Baltic Sea.Russia’s defence ministry has said a Russian Su-35 combat plane was scrambled over the Baltic Sea after two United States str...
Kangana Ranaut shares throwback pictures from her college days, says, ‘I want to teach acting and filmmaking someday’
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram and shared throwback pictures from her college days, narrated a story of her principal, and expressed her wish to teach acting and filmmaking someday and become like her principal. On Monday, Kang...
Explained: After 4 US banks collapse within 11 days, know reason behind financial turmoil in US banking?industry
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Explained: After 4 US banks collapse within 11 days, know reason behind financial turmoil in US banking industryUS Banking Crisis: In recent weeks, the banking sector has experienced significant upheaval, with several banks on the verge of collaps...
‘They lost crunch matches, semifinal and fail to qualify’: Star all-rounder mocks Team India
In a bizarre claim, former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez said that Team India is always the favourites in any tournament but India has failed to perform well in ICC events. It may be recalled that under Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s captaincy India had wo...
Pushback in Australia against increasingly draconian protest laws
Australian climate campaigner Deanna ‘Violet’ CoCo found herself facing a 15-month prison sentence after she and three other activists drove a truck onto Sydney Harbour Bridge last April and blocked one of its lanes during the morning rush hour.The gro...