• PM Imran Khan congratulates Joe Biden, looks forward to building stronger Pak-US ties 21 Jan 2021 17:36 Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday congratulated US President Joe Biden on his inauguration and said he looks forward to building stronger US-Pak ties. "I congratulate President JoeBiden on his inauguration. Look forward to working with POTUS in …
  • Ali Velshi Complains Conservatives Still Laughing at His 'Not Unruly' Riot Coverage 21 Jan 2021 16:19 On Saturday's Velshi show, MSNBC host Ali Velshi uncorked a commentary defending his attempts to "contextualize" leftist rioting last June as an acceptable method against "injustice. Like many others, Velshi gave cover to rioters and  …
  • Microsoft Surface Laptop Go hands-on: 48 hours with the ‘iBook G4’ of this generation 21 Jan 2021 15:53 In the late 90s, Apple made a 12-inch iBook G4, an entry-level $999 notebook aimed at students and home users. I own one, and I think the 12-inch iBook G4 will always be considered the benchmark for small and compact notebooks. Although not a successor, I …
  • A new Bible version for the smartphone generation 21 Jan 2021 15:05 In 1517 a monk named Martin Luther set in motion a religious revolution known as the Reformation. It would form the Protestant church and remains one of Germany's main religious institutions. Yet it may not come as a surprise that Germany's  …
  • Arnab case: Cong accuses BJP of leaking official secrets 21 Jan 2021 13:55 The Congress has accused BJP Ministers of compromising national security by divulging sensitive information to media for political gain. Senior Congress leaders will take up the issue in the coming budget session of the parliament. The Congress on …
  • Opinion: What scientific community expects in Budget 2021 21 Jan 2021 12:42 Soumitro Banerjee, professor, Indian Institute of Science Education & Research Today, the Indian economy is the third-largest in the world in terms of its GDP (purchasing power parity). However, this prowess is not reflected in the knowledge generated …
  • Opinion | What India expects from the Biden administration 21 Jan 2021 12:23 Image Source : INDIA TV Opinion | What India expects from the Biden administration “This is America’s day. This is democracy’s day. A day of history and hope. Of renewal and resolve.” – With these words US President Joe Biden took office on Thursday after …
  • Washington faced many obstacles in 1794 21 Jan 2021 11:25 One of the most pressing and difficult obstacles facing the inexperienced George Washington’s first administration was that of guaranteeing the loyalty of the West to the Union. This was largely a matter of security and defense against the resident Indian …
  • Stepanov urges politicians not to speculate on price of COVID-19 vaccines 21 Jan 2021 10:57 Ukrainian Minister of Health Maksym Stepanov urged politicians not to speculate on the price of vaccines against coronavirus (COVID-19) and on the subject of vaccination. "It is very important that all politicians and public figures are aware of the …
  • Taimur to Tandav, biggest Saif Ali Khan controversies and what happened to them 21 Jan 2021 08:58 Amazon Prime Video web series Tandav, which released on January 15, has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. The show, which stars Saif Ali Khan in the lead role, was touted to be one of the biggest releases this year, failed to appeal to the …
  • Hanuma Vihari Interview: ‘The way I batted in Sydney sums up my career in a nutshell’ 21 Jan 2021 08:12 Just over a week after his epic rearguard in Sydney that helped India eke out a draw against Australia, Hanuma Vihari had to watch his teammates script a memorable series win at the Gabba, in Brisbane, from the confines of his living room in Hyderabad. The …
  • 'Master' cinematographer Sathyan Sooryan on shooting, working with stars 21 Jan 2021 07:48 Express News Service The year’s most awaited film, Master, has hit the theatres. And amid the varying reactions, one opinion is unanimous: Master captures Vijay in his most charming, youthful avatar in recent years. Sathyan Sooryan is the cinematographer, …
  • Biden Replaces Andrew Jackson Portrait With Benjamin Franklin in Oval Office 21 Jan 2021 07:45 President Joe Biden has replaced a portrait of Andrew Jackson in the Oval Office with one of Benjamin Franklin and has also added busts of labor icon Cesar Chavez, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and Eleanor Roosevelt, reports The Washington Post. …
  • Rohtak farmer kills himself in Tikri, fifth suicide at protest 21 Jan 2021 07:31 A 42-year-old farmer from Haryana allegedly committed suicide by consuming a poisonous substance at Tikri border on Tuesday night. The farmer, Jai Bhagwan Rana, is the fifth person to take his own life at the border protests, where thousands of farmers …
  • Stage set for multi-year private sector capex cycle 21 Jan 2021 07:00 Stocks are roaring well ahead of the real economy but hopefully the real economy is also on a pretty solid recovery path in thestock marketcoming months, says Arvind Sanger, Managing Partner, Geosphere Capital. This is a great mix of factors: Biden taking …
  • Indus Towers 21 Jan 2021 06:36 The Vodafone Group is believed to be mulling selling only a small part of its holdings in Indus, but is yet to take any firm decision on how much. The Vodafone Group has previously said that it would not infuse any fresh equity into Vi. But its stake in …
  • Farewell to an eminent Gandhian, a gentleman 21 Jan 2021 06:22 With the sad demise of Onkar Chand, 91 chairman of Servants of the People’s Society on Wednesday, the city has lost an eminent Gandhian activist, a formidable intellectual, and a dedicated social worker who lived the motto of service before self. Grand old …
  • The big, big lie of 2020 is about to become the truth of 2021 21 Jan 2021 05:44 Jan 21, 2021 Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon Kaieteur News – I had many friends among the African-Guyanese race when I was a radical activist in the era of the presidencies of Bharrat Jagdeo and Donald Ramotar. Many of those friends were not …
  • Opinion | How our young cricketers scripted history on Australian soil 21 Jan 2021 05:15 Image Source : INDIA TV Opinion | How our young cricketers scripted history on Australian soil The New Year has marked a new beginning with a new  Indian cricket team scripting a new history on Australian soil. Team India scripted a fairy tale on the final …
  • Amazon Prime drama agrees to changes after Hindu nationalist pressure 21 Jan 2021 05:09 An Indian political drama on Amazon Prime has been forced to edit out scenes that were accused of being an “insult to Hindu gods”, the first time that streaming platforms have been subjected to Indian government censorship. Tandav, a gritty political drama …
  • SC rules out review of Aadhaar order, with one dissent: on money Bill 21 Jan 2021 03:58 The Supreme Court has dismissed petitions seeking a review of its 2018 judgment upholding the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar Act, with Justice D Y Chandrachud dissenting saying the Court should wait till a larger Bench decides the question of …
  • What's inside President Biden's Oval Office? 21 Jan 2021 03:55 (NEXSTAR) – As President Joe Biden begins his tenure Wednesday, the Oval Office underwent redecorating to reflect the president’s values and goals for his administration. The Washington Post was given an exclusive tour of the new Oval Office, and the …
  • A look inside Biden’s Oval Office 21 Jan 2021 01:31 The Oval Office is synonymous with the power and majesty of the American presidency. All incoming presidents change the decor of the largely symbolic room to offer a sense of their personality and the type of presidency they hope to have. Biden’s is …
  • Traditional education needs a rethink as Covid accelerates ed-tech adoption 20 Jan 2021 23:30 The MBA degree as we know it has been in the doldrums for a while. Increasingly, as jobs across both traditional and new-age industries place less emphasis on graduate programmes, online courses become easily available, and specialized short-duration …
  • Republicans should repent and support Biden's agenda 20 Jan 2021 21:54 Goodbye Donald Trump. You were and remain an unmitigated liar and hypocrite (''We did what we came to do': Trump bids farewell in video message'', smh.com.au, January 20). Your prayers for the new administration are hollow. You can' …
  • Biden’s Day 1: Immigration cheer awaits Indians 20 Jan 2021 21:46 In a move that will bring cheer to hundreds of Indians waiting to get a green card, the new US President, Joe Biden, will introduce an immigration legislation that will scrap country-specific caps for employment-based green card. Biden’s immigration bill, …
  • Being tethered to bars during a pandemic 20 Jan 2021 20:47 In India, COVID-19 must lead to an immediate review of the vulnerability of those in jail and the issue of decongestion A distance of two yards — do ghazh ki duri — we are enjoined to maintain between oneself and anyone else. The ‘pandemic’ message is …
  • A gift from India 20 Jan 2021 19:17 Post Views: 16 Bhutan receives its first shipment of free Covid-19 vaccine from India Younten Tshedup  The first consignment of Covid-19 vaccine, 150,000 doses of Covishield vaccines, arrived in the country yesterday. An Indian military aircraft (AN-32) …
  • East Asias History Wars - ORF 20 Jan 2021 18:12 This brief examines the historical dimension of the tensions between Japan and South Korea and its implications on the current breakdown in their bilateral relationship. It argues that the battle over historical memory has led to lasting animosity between …
  • Please, bear with us and what we have endured 20 Jan 2021 17:45 Melbourne accepted 110 days of one of the toughest lockdowns in the world. We did not like it either, but we understood it was necessary if we were to get on top of this wicked virus. We were immensely proud when we finally reached no new community …
  • Why Gujarat has given American dragon fruit a Sanskrit name 20 Jan 2021 17:05 Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani Tuesday said the state government has proposed to rename dragon fruit as ‘Kamalam’ and patent it. The decision is not sudden and wheels had been set in motion much before this. Rupani said that calling the fruit dragon …
  • Bibhas Biswas: 'Home is not where you come from, it is where you make it' 20 Jan 2021 16:51 Bibhas Biswas will forever remember July 3, 2013 – the day he found Invercargill, his long-term home. He had borrowed 100,000 Indian rupees - the equivalent of about NZ$1900 - from an uncle for a ticket from Kolkata to Invercargill. Biswas had never …
  • Shanmugam ’23: Building more schools alone won’t increase enrollment in low-income countries 20 Jan 2021 16:50 In the world’s poorest countries, children who don’t attend school often have no choice but to become breadwinners — or even get married — before adulthood. For those who can stay in school, on the other hand, education is transformative. Just one …
  • Michael Clarke reflects on India's brilliance in Australia, says extraordinary is an understatement 20 Jan 2021 12:22 India repeated history on Tuesday and won their second consecutive Tests series Down Under. To achieve the feat India broke through Australia's Gabba fortress, a venue where the hosts hadn't lost since 1988 till yesterday. Who would have thought …
  • Letters and feedback: Jan. 20, 2021 20 Jan 2021 10:16 Trust in Rep. Posey's judgment I have read with interest the recent opinions of Brevardians who have attacked Congressman Bill Posey. Writers have called for his public apology; viewed his actions as being an existential threat to the republic; decried …
  • Pakistan hopeful of Joe Biden admin's help in providing relief to Kashmiris 20 Jan 2021 09:46 Shah Mahmood Qureshi believes Pakistan and Biden admin have a lot of commonalities. The foreign minister says Pakistan cannot be ignored by any US administration. Pakistan plans to work with incoming administration,  FM Qureshi says  ISLAMABAD: With Joe …
  • President Biden: a new dawn for US, the world and Africa? 20 Jan 2021 07:05 By Opinion 20m ago Share this article: ShareTweetShareShareShareEmailShare Mushtak Parker Today beckons a new dawn for US democracy as Joseph Robinette Biden jr is sworn in as the 46th president of the US. At least that is the hope for most Americans who …
  • Treading on thin ice: Canada's harrowing history of falling through into the icy depths 20 Jan 2021 03:32 This analysis piece was written by Merle Massie, an author, historian and farmer in west-central Saskatchewan. For more information about CBC's Opinion section, please see the FAQ. Ice fishing. Snowmobiling. Sledding. Skiing. Snowshoeing. Skating. …
  • Best of BS Opinion: The trust deficit, cleaning up taxes, and more 20 Jan 2021 00:11 From protests against laws redefining citizenship and agri-marketing to suspicions over the safety of the Covid-19 vaccine and leaks about internal differences over economic policy, the National Democratic Alliance government appears to be suffering from a …
  • Inauguration Day, in 2017 and 2021 20 Jan 2021 00:05 But later in the day, that upbeat energy dissipated as he and a friend watched the new president deliver a speech about “American carnage.” George-Warren and his friend drank champagne, or “cham-pain,” as he called it, fearing what the next four years …
  • After UP, now case against makers of 'Tandav' in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh 19 Jan 2021 23:26 By Express News Service BHOPAL: The makers of the controversial web series 'Tandav' are now in trouble in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh also. A day after two criminal cases were registered by Lucknow and Greater Noida police in BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh …
  • In Biden’s Cabinet, Catholics and Jews dominate 19 Jan 2021 23:21 (RNS) — Joe Biden’s Cabinet is set to make history in a number of ways. If all the nominees the president-elect has chosen are confirmed, the Cabinet — including the vice president, the heads of 15 executive departments and eight other key positions — will …
  • Joe Biden must find America's lost soul 19 Jan 2021 22:57 ANALYSIS/OPINION: Joe Biden’s biggest problems are not China’s quest for empire, an overtaxed infrastructure and health care system or the wave of Central Americans marching to our southern border. It’s America’s lost soul — the shared belief that …
  • In defence of their struggle 19 Jan 2021 20:15 Written by Sandeep Pandey, Simran Kaur and Harleen Sandhu The Bharatiya Janata Party and its ideological parent, the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh, have used religion to gain political mileage, strengthen their grassroots presence as well as their electoral …
  • Lauded by Govt. bodies, VLCC Femina Miss India State Winners bat for s... 19 Jan 2021 19:54 Femina Miss India, the 58-year-old household name and a powerful brand, has evolved over the years, adopting accessible methodologies & practices to find the best of Indian talents to represent at global platforms. While pageants have often been in the …
  • BCCI announces Rs 5 cr bonus for Indian team 19 Jan 2021 16:40 TS Darbari4 hours ago TS Darbari - The moment is really fantabulous as indians are elated at this victory of Indian team over Australia. When Day 5 of the Brisbane Test began, it was all about Australia needing 10 wickets to win. All the experts were going …
  • Jethro Sheeran's rap on reggae 19 Jan 2021 16:20 BRITISH rapper Jethro “Alonestar” Sheeran has a long love affair with reggae music and that passion led to his involvement in multiple compilation albums. The former model/actor has songs on the Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica, Tropical House Cruises …
  • Opinion | My advice to farmers: Amend farm laws, give them a try, then agitate if you are not happy 19 Jan 2021 15:45 Image Source : INDIA TV Opinion | My advice to farmers: Amend farm laws, give them a try, then agitate if you are not happy Political parties are actively working behind the scenes in the ongoing farmers’ agitation which has entered its 55th day today. A …
  • Opinion: 10 most amazing takeaways from India-Australia series 19 Jan 2021 15:24 We live in an era of instant gratification, of extreme hyperbole and recency bias, so it is with pleasure one can say that India’s series win in Australia was their greatest achievement in the history of playing the great game. Not often does history …
  • Will the new A4 be the harbinger of Audi’s return to the top in 2021? 19 Jan 2021 15:01 In my opinion, one of the best luxury cars for first time buyers in the segment has been the Audi A4. My personal favourite too, and it is good to see Audi start its product offensive for this year with this driver’s sedan. Being one of the first cars …
  • Can Arnab be arrested under Official Secrets Act? Uddhav govt seeking legal opinion 19 Jan 2021 14:23 By Express News Service MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government has decided to seek legal opinion whether Republic TV owner and editor-in-chief can be charged under Official Secrets Act for his revelations about the Balakot airstrike three days in advance …
  • Letters to the Editor Tuesday, Jan. 19 19 Jan 2021 12:49 Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion America belongs to Native Americans Regarding Art Henningson’s Dec. 28 Letter to the Editor (“Indian names reflect historic terrorism.”): Whether or not you approve of the Native Americans, this entire continent …
  • India exposed once again 19 Jan 2021 10:46 A number of developments that took place during the last few months have thoroughly exposed India’s false pro paganda against Pakistan and its aggressive designs that put the regional peace and security at stake. The latest is the leaked WhatsApp …
  • Mach incident, an Indian plot to destabilise Balochistan 19 Jan 2021 10:46 Sheikh Fakhar-e-Alam FOR the last two decades, India has been working hard to destabilize Pakistan in general and Balochistan in particular through its terror sponsored activities. India’s evil agenda has been exposed to everyone and its ill intentions are …
  • LG ToneFree FN7 review: Stylish and effect, safe too 19 Jan 2021 06:38 LG has been a full bouquet tech company that has offered everything from televisions to smartphones and the audio products in between. LG, in fact, pioneered some concepts in the personal audio space and the Tone Infinim neckband earphones were quite …
  • Govt moves to wind up Devas, $1.2 bn award still pending 19 Jan 2021 05:29 Almost three months after a federal court in the US ordered ISRO’s commercial arm Antrix Corporation Ltd to pay $1.2 billion to Bengaluru start-up Devas Multimedia Private Ltd, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has authorised Antrix to move a petition …
  • Renegotiate loan terms or they may turn into ‘current liabilities’, auditors warn companies 19 Jan 2021 04:48 MUMBAI: Auditors are telling companies to either renegotiate their existing loan terms or be prepared to face the risk of recategorising them as ‘current liabilities’ on their books because some debt covenants were breached while raising additional funds …
  • Rupee’s strength, opportunities in fixed income & equities make India interesting 19 Jan 2021 04:47 Investors should be realistic about return expectations from global equities, and a dollar investor should expect 5% from global equities, said Joe Little, chief global strategist, HSBC Global Asset Management. Investors should be realistic about return …
  • Mark Reason: Australia's cricket loses honour in shameful short bowling assault on India 19 Jan 2021 04:41 OPINION: The baggy green cap lies soiled and dishonoured on the bloody soil of the ‘Gabbatoir’. In their desperation for victory against India, the hosts have routinely assaulted and abused their visitors and pretended that it was all in the name of …
  • Mumbai: Panel plans to declare areas around water bodies eco-sensitive zones 18 Jan 2021 23:44 The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC’s) Biodiversity Management Committee is, in a bid to conserve water bodies in the city, planning to declare areas around them eco-sensitive zones (ESZs). In its first meeting on Monday, the committee held a …
  • India gravitating towards theocracy under Modi’s reign: Opinion 18 Jan 2021 19:39 New Delhi has officially become the world’s most polluted city with cases of lung cancer and respiratory illnesses skyrocketing in recent years. Local hospitals have been so overwhelmed by the volume of patients exposed to toxic air that they have been …
  • Natural ways to delay your periods 18 Jan 2021 19:17 A special vacation, event or be it a medical reason- there are plenty of times in life a woman doesn't wish for her menstrual cycle to play spoilsport on her plans. As anyone! Even if your menstrual cycle comes up like clockwork and you one of the …
  • What makes Indian Oil analysts' favourite among OMCs 18 Jan 2021 18:21 IOC has been able to bring down its debt in the recent past and this has helped IOC to bring down its interest costs. IOC’s refineries are back to 100% capacity utilisation levels which should help improve its refining margins. Besides, the company is …