Nationalist victory

Nationalist victory

Monday, 09 May 2022 | Pioneer

Sinn Fein Northern Ireland win fuels unification call Sinn Fein, representing Irish nationalists, has emerged as the largest party in the elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly. It is a record of sorts, considering that the party was long associated with the paramilitary Irish Republican Army that for decades attempted to...

Fat in the fire

Fat in the fire

Saturday, 07 May 2022 | Pioneer

COVID obesity is a stark truth staring us in the face, and the prediction is scary The COVID pandemic is giving rise to a second one that is tugging at the waistline of a growing number of adults and children — the obesity pandemic. The World Health Organisation thought it fit...

CRS is a vibrant, robust exercise

CRS is a vibrant, robust exercise

Saturday, 07 May 2022 | atul kotwal

The Civil Registration System accurately captures death registration data and proves COVID is not the only reason for increased death registration The Civil Registration System (CRS) data released by the office of the Registrar General of India (RGI) shows a 6.2 per cent increase in the number of death registrations in...

Climate change reality: Second hottest April in 72 years

Saturday, 07 May 2022 | Kota Sriraj

The irony is dependence on coal-fired power plants is proportionately increasing with rising temperatures caused by climate change The throes of summer seem to have descended upon India prematurely as a shockingly hot and dry month of April dismayed the people across the nation. Average temperatures of over 40 degrees Celsius...

Decoding Narendra Modi’s Europe visit

Decoding Narendra Modi’s Europe visit

Saturday, 07 May 2022 | KUMARDEEP BANERJEE

Post-Ukraine, Europe looks at the Indo-Pacific as new sphere of influence Indian Prime Minister’s three-day European tour is a strategic tilt towards building closer ties with the once-ignored and yet extremely important ally. India and Europe have historically not had strategic partnerships in the past due to their respective domestic and...

CUET a step towards equitable system

CUET a step towards equitable system

Saturday, 07 May 2022 | Annpurna Nautiyal

It ends the monopoly of certain institutions and brings all centrally-funded universities under one umbrella India’s diversity is reflected not only through its cultural, religious, social-political, and linguistic practices, but also through its diverse geographical, climatic, environmental, developmental and educational landscapes. The diversity of religion, culture and social systems has not...

Climate change reality: Second hottest April in 72 years

Climate change reality: Second hottest April in 72 years

Friday, 06 May 2022 | Kota Sriraj

The irony is dependence on coal-fired power plants is proportionately increasing with rising temperatures caused by climate change The throes of summer seem to have descended upon India prematurely as a shockingly hot and dry month of April dismayed the people across the nation. Average temperatures of over 40 degrees Celsius...

Decoding Narendra Modi’s Europe visit

Decoding Narendra Modi’s Europe visit

Friday, 06 May 2022 | KUMARDEEP BANERJEE

Post-Ukraine, Europe looks at the Indo-Pacific as new sphere of influence Indian Prime Minister’s three-day European tour is a strategic tilt towards building closer ties with the once-ignored and yet extremely important ally. India and Europe have historically not had strategic partnerships in the past due to their respective domestic and...

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