South Korean judges have upheld President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment, removing her from office. She was impeached by parliament in December over her involvement in a corruption scandal involving her close
In China, scientists have assembled four synthetic yeast chromosomes, making it the second country after the US capable of designing and building eukaryotic genomes. The findings were published in today’s
Pakistan government today introduced a constitutional amendment bill in Parliament to revive the controversial special military courts for trying hardcore militants. Apart from changes sought in the constitution to set
India’s first lunar probe – the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft – which was considered lost, is still orbiting the Moon. NASA scientists have found the satellite, using a new ground-based radar technique.
In Jammu and Kashmir Pakistani firing left an Army jawan martyred in Poonch sector along the Line of Control today. A Defence spokesperson told that the jawan was martyred when Pakistani
New Delhi, March 10: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has expressed hope, the targets on direct and indirect taxes would be exceeded this fiscal. Responding to queries in the Lok Sabha
New Delhi, March 10: The Comptroller and Audit General (CAG) said that High volume of short-term loans have largely eroded the benefits for Air India from the financial restructuring plan.
Reliance Jio and Paytm have apologised for using Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photograph in their advertisements, without permission. Minister of State for Consumer Affairs C R Chaudhary told Rajya Sabha,
The Rajya Sabha today passed the Enemy Property (Amendment and Validation) Bill, 2016 with some amendments moved by the government amid the walkout by the opposition. The Bill, moved by
New Delhi, March 10: Elaborate arrangements are in place for tomorrow’s counting of votes for Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur assembly elections. Counting will start at 8 in