- Govt. to curb wastage of food in hotels
- Banning online pre-natal sex determination content dangerous: SC
- HIV law promises equality
- UNICEF seeks help from Islamic bodies to achieve vaccination goal
- G7 stand united on Syria
- Global collaboration project Belle-II moves a step forward
- 7crore households in cities have no kitchen
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pitch against wastage of food has prompted the government to consider asking high-end restaurants and hotels to specify the portion size of a meal to enable customers order the right amount.
The Supreme Court observed that a general ban on all online content about prenatal sex determination will curtail the fundamental right to know of a genuine information-seeker who is driven by curiosity.
Parliament passes Bill guaranteeing no discrimination in treatment, jobs
UNICEF has reached out to Islamic civil society organisations, religious leaders and academia to create trust and address myths around immunisation.
Foreign Ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) countries and several other West Asian countries spoke with one voice at a meeting in Lucca, Italy, condemning last week’s chemical attack in Syria that left 89 people dead.
The High Energy Accelerator Research Organisation (KEK) completed the much-awaited ‘rolling-in’ of the Belle-II experiment in Tsukuba, Japan. This experiment is designed to study violations of the Standard Model of particle physics.
At least one-fourth of urban households in India don’t have separate a kitchen, according to recently released data based on the Socio-Economic Caste Census (SECC) carried out by the housing ministry .