Rs 105 crore elephant rehabilitation centre to come up in Kerala

The Kerala government would set up a first-of-its-kind elephant rehabilitation centre here at an outlay of Rs 105 crore, to take care of jumbos, which were either orphaned or abandoned. Continue Reading

Hordes of spectators left disappointed as moon mission gets cancelled

Hordes of spectators who had gathered in the gallery at Sriharikota premises to witness the historic Chandrayaan-2 were left disappointed when the moon mission was called off just before the lift off. Continue Reading

Fiscal requirement pegged at Rs 8,425 crore: Kiran Bedi

Lieutenant Governor of the union territory Kiran Bedi, also chairperson of the State Planning Board, told reporters at the end of its meeting here Saturday that “it was a useful deliberation which was comprehensive, frank, fair and creative.”  Continue Reading

Karnataka crisis: BJP wants trust vote on Monday

Leaders of crisis-hit Cong-JD(S) coalition in Karnataka were locked in hectic parleys on Saturday to pacify rebel MLAs as five more legislators moved the Supreme Court against the Speaker not accepting their resignation. Continue Reading

IIT Kanpur connect with Chandrayaan 2

As the scientists at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) are preparing for the launch of Chandrayaan-2 – the country’s second mission to the moon – on 15 July, the IIT Kanpur has developed a motion planning and mapping generation software to aid the ambitious lunar mission. Continue Reading

Campus violence: University college student stabbed by SFI members

According to a media report, the victim identified as Akhil was a third year Political Science student. He was apparently attacked for singing a song that angered some Students Federation of India members. Continue Reading

Turf war: Pondy CM Narayanasamy welcomes SC verdict on Bedi’s plea

Supreme Court rejected the appeal by Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi and Union Home Ministry challenging the verdict of the Madras High Court delivered on 8 May that the Lt Governor could not interfere in the day-to-day activities of the elected government in the Union Territory. Continue Reading