India has introduced some nuance rephrasing in  its lexicon on engaging Pakistan  on terror issues.  The Government on Thursday said “though terror and talks cannot go together, talks on terror can definitely go on.” This was the response of Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh

Chulhas linked to 25% of pollution-related deaths in India

Exposure to air pollutant PM 2.5 from the burning of domestic biomass (chulha) is the deadliest source of air pollution in India, responsible for around 25% of all pollution-linked deaths in the country, according to a study. The study, ‘Burden of Disease Attributable to Major Air Pollution Sources in

Commemorative coins are not anti-secular: HC

The Delhi high court on Thursday dismissed a plea seeking withdrawal of commemorative coins having religious symbols embossed on them.  Citing that issuing of such coins “does not dent the country’s secular fabric” and that “secularism does not bar issuance of coins to commemorate any

Pakistan objects to India’s Cartosat-2s satellite launch

A day before India was to launch its 100th satellite+ , Pakistan raised objections over the launch of the satellite and said that its dual nature, military as well as civilian, of the satellite can have a “negative impact on the regional strategic stability”. “According to media