A suspected terrorist with links to Al Qaeda has been arrested on Saturday from Thanisandra in Bengaluru in a joint operation by central
‘NDA govt successful in controlling terror in J&K’
The BJP-led government at the Centre has substantially succeeded in controlling terror activities in Jammu
India beats Australia to go 1-0 up in 4-match series
India thrashed Australia by an innings and 132 runs inside three days in the opening Test to take a 1-0 lead in the four-match
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Dremathon for a cause tomorrow
Karka Kasadara Foundation will be organising a marathon titled Dreamathon 2023 on 12 February at 6 am.
‘New tax regime to leave higher disposable income in hands of people’
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday said the new tax regime, which offers a rebate on annual income of up to Rs 7 lakh, will leave higher disposable income in the hands of people. Replying to the discussion on Union Budget for 2023-24
TikTok sacks entire India staff, shuts remote sales support hub
Chinese short video-making app TikTok has sacked its entire India staff — about 40 employees — and February 28 will be their last working day. The ByteDance-owned platform, banned in India in June 2020 over national security concerns, told its employees they would receive up to nine months of severance package.
IIP growth falls to 4.3% in Dec 2022
The index of industrial production (IIP) fell to 4.3 per cent in December 2022, according to a data released by the Ministry of Statistics on Friday. It was at 7.3 per cent in November 2022. The industrial growth in December 2021 was 1 per cent.
WhatsApp lets users easily record videos hands-free on iOS beta
Meta-owned messaging platform WhatsApp is reportedly rolling out a new camera mode which will allow users to easily record videos hands-free on iOS beta. This feature is rolling out to some beta testers after installing the latest WhatsApp beta for iOS 184.108.40.206
‘Consuming nicotine during pregnancy boosts risk of sudden infant death’ Infants
Infants whose mothers have used snus, a moist oral tobacco product, during pregnancy ran three times the risk of sudden infant death, according to a new comprehensive registry study.