Eat right this hot summer to stay cool


Lucknow: The Indian Meteorological Department has expressed apprehension that this year the temperature in the summer season across the country will be above average. The Meteorological Department has also said that heat wave will prevail in many states from March to May, from Rajasthan and Haryana to Bihar and Jharkhand. This forecast is for the period from March to May, so you can imagine for yourself what the situation will be like in June. Due to the high temperature, bacteria and viruses start growing rapidly in the summer. At the…

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Aravalli a gateway to scenic beauties


Jaipur: Aravalli is the oldest mountain range in the geographical structure of India which is about 870 million years old. Located in Rajasthan, Haryana and Gujarat of India as well as Punjab and Sindh of Pakistan. The Aravalli mountain range is also known as ‘Mewat’ at the regional level. Some of the rocky hills of this 560 km long range pass through the northeastern region of Rajasthan state and reach the southern part of Delhi. The northern edge of this range extends from Haryana to the Delhi border. Its southern…

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Pick between an AC or cooler wisely


Lucknow: With the scorching heat of summer approaching, the dilemma of choosing between an air conditioner (AC) and a cooler becomes increasingly relevant. Both devices aim to provide relief from the sweltering temperatures, but their impact on health differs. Let’s delve into the comparison to determine which option is better suited for maintaining your well-being during the hot months. Understanding the Difference 1. Air Conditioner (AC) Air conditioners operate by removing heat and moisture from the air, creating a comfortable indoor environment. They typically use refrigerants to cool the air…

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Covishield makers admit everything was not hunky dory


London: The AstraZeneca vaccine was given to people around the world. Especially in India, its vaccine Covishield was used extensively. Now it has come to light that those taking it are experiencing fatal side effects. This vaccine has been reported to cause TTS syndrome. After the Corona virus epidemic in 2020, AstraZeneca company prepared its vaccine. In India, the Serum Institute jointly produced AstraZeneca with Oxford University under the name Covishield. The AstraZeneca vaccine (Covishield), which was prepared for the first time in 2021, has been continuously under question. Many…

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T20 World Cup time for England to play redemption song

T20 World Cup

London: All the countries are announcing teams for T20 World Cup 2024. England has also announced its 15-member squad for the tournament, in which Philip Salt, who is batting explosively in the IPL, has also been selected. Bowler Joffra Archer is also included in the squad, Archer was out of the team for a long time due to injury. Jos Buttler will be seen captaining England in the T20 World Cup.  England’s ace batsman Philip Salt is stealing the show with his strong performance in the IPL. He played a…

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South Africa gears up for T20 WC action

South Africa

Johannesburg: South Africa has also announced its team for the T20 World Cup. Aiden Markram has been given the captaincy of the team for the tournament. South Africa will be eyeing to end the title drought. South Africa has surprisingly included Ryan Rickelton and fast bowler Otniel Bartman, both of whom are uncapped. These players showed their performance in SA20, after which they were selected. South Africa has not given place to four veteran players, which include former captain Temba Bavuma, Riley Rousseau, Wayne Parnell and Rassie van der Dussen.…

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Mastering President’s Rule, Opposition talks Constitution – BJP


Patna:  Senior BJP leader and former Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, while criticizing both the parties on the statement of Congress and RJD on abolishing the Constitution and reservation, said that they are giving such statement out of frustration. They don’t have any issue, that’s why they are saying this. In a press conference in Patna, he said that Congress imposed President’s rule in the states 90 times, out of which former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi imposed President’s rule 50 times. During the Ram Mandir movement, governments were toppled not…

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Fourth General K Sundarji Memorial Lecture On Warfare


New Delhi: The 4th General Sundarji Memorial Lecture was organised by the Indian Army in Manekshaw Centre to commemorate the legacy of one of India’s foremost military thinkers General K Sundarji. The lecture was conducted under the aegis of Mechanised Infantry Centre & School (MIC&S) and Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS). The event was attended by serving and retired officers of the three Services as well as literati and various think tanks. The lecture remembered the dynamic and visionary General K Sundarji, the 13th Chief of the Army Staff, who is…

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ICG & ATS Gujarat seize Indian fishing boat carrying narcotics

ATS Gujarat

Ahmedabad: In a coordinated effort, Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and the Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) seized an Indian fishing boat in the Arabian Sea carrying 173 kg of narcotics and arrested two perpetrators on board. Acting on specific and credible intelligence provided by ATS Gujarat, ICG strategically deployed its assets ensuring comprehensive surveillance to intercept the suspected boat. Subsequent investigations upon intercepting the boat confirmed the accuracy of the intelligence inputs, establishing the involvement of the fishing boat and its two perpetrators in smuggling drugs. Further investigation into the crew’s…

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NHPC Limited to collaborate with Norwegian company

NHPC Limited

New Delhi: NHPC Limited, the largest organization for hydropower development in India, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with M/s Ocean Sun, a Norwegian company operating as a technology provider to the floating solar industry. As per the MoU, NHPC and Ocean Sun will explore key areas of cooperation for demonstration of Ocean Sun’s floating solar energy technology based on photovoltaic panels. The panels would be mounted on hydro-elastic membranes, at relevant sites to be identified by NHPC. The agreement is in continuation of efforts towards sustainable development and addition of…

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