US kindergarteners learn ‘Lockdown’ rhyme
New York, June 8 : The mother of a five-year-old girl in the US shared a picture of a rhyme that teaches toddlers how to prepare for a mass shooting, that has gone viral with people expressing outrage, med
TCL launches BlackBerry KEY2 with dual rear cameras
New York, June 8 : China-based TCL Corporation that manufactures and markets BlackBerry-branded smartphones, has launched the BlackBerry KEY2 at an event here.
Arunachal Governor meets Vice Chief of Air Staff
New Delhi, June 8 : Arunachal Pradesh Governor B.D. Mishra met the Vice Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal S.B. Deo, here and briefed him about an initiative to form a group of Army officers in the northeastern st
Sikkim gets its longest tunnel
Gangtok, June 8 : Minister of State for Defence Subhash Ramrao Bhamre on Thursday inaugurated 578-metre-long Theng Tunnel, the longest in Sikkim.
Constructed on Gangtok-Chungthang State Highwa
Coral, plum, red: Must-have lip shades
New Delhi, June 8 : With a plethora of lip shades available in the market, there are a few hues like coral, red and purple that should definitely find a place in your beauty bag.
UCO Bank focuses on bad loan recovery, reduce expenses
Kolkata, June 8 : State-run lender UCO Bank which is expecting to recover a major amount in NPA through resolution in NCLT, is focusing to check further slippages and reduce expenses by emphasising on low
Ancient rainforest humans feasted on dried meat, palm plants
Sydney, June 7 : Ancient hunter-gatherers in the Borneo tropics may have been feasting on dried meat and palm plants, shedding light on early humans who seemingly adapted to a hard life amid tropica
Negative social media experiences linked to depression
New York, June 7 : Negative experiences on social media carry more weight than positive interactions when it comes to the likelihood of young adults reporting depressive symptoms, according to a new study
India to help Myanmar in insurance laws
Naypyidaw (Myanmar), June 7 : The General Insurance Corp of India (GIC) will assist Myanmar authorities in amending laws related to insurance and reinsurance and in expanding insurance services in the country, authoriti
Honey bees attack Jagan’s ‘padyatra’, 10 injured
Vijayawada, June 7 : At least 10 people were injured when honey bees stung them during YSR Congress party chief Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy’s ‘padyatra’ in Andhra Pradesh’s W
Light intensity earthquake jolts J&K
Srinagar, June 7 : A light intensity earthquake occurred in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday with no report of any casualty or damage to property.
An official of the MET department said
Get picture perfect hair, make up in easy ways
New Delhi, June 7 : In the age of selfies, it’s important to get your hair and make up in place to get the best frame. So make sure you are opting for the perfect trend to keep the like button buzzing on so
Former ‘One Tree Hill’ stars launch campaign to raise funds
Los Angeles, June 7 : Former “One Tree Hill” stars James Lafferty and Stephen Colletti are currently pitching out their pilot, “Everyone Is Doing Great”. They have
Jelly shoes, bright umbrellas: Fashion tips for monsoon
New Delhi, June 7 : Monsoon season is almost here. So, keep your wardrobe ready with essentials like bright jelly sandals and shoes, trench coats and sturdy umbrellas, suggest experts.
Delhi team wins $1mn XPrize for women’s safety device inspired by Nirabhaya
United Nations, June 7 : A technology team from Delhi inspired by Nirbhaya has won the $1 million Anu and Naveen Jain XPrize for Women’s Safety by developing a device that
India’s platinum imports for jewellery to grow by 25%
Chennai, June 7 : The Platinum Guild India is expecting about 25 per cent growth in platinum imports in 2018 for jewellery purposes, said a top official.
Argentine bakers give away 5 tonnes of bread in protest
Buenos Aires, June 7 : Bakers in Argentine’s Buenos Aires province gave away five tonnes of bread on Wednesday — the second time in six weeks — to protest the rise in the price of flour