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Can Pandey shore up a suspect SRH middle order?

Can Pandey shore up a suspect SRH middle order?

The right-hander, who chipped in with 344 runs from 12 innings last season, will be the fulcrum on which the SRH batting rests. The team expects Pandey to shore up the inexperienced middle order,...

Delhi: 94% HC lawyers opt out of physical hearings

Delhi: 94% HC lawyers opt out of physical hearings

Courts across the city are prepared for physical hearings, although on a limited scale, but the overwhelming majority of lawyers continue to prefer virtual appearances in these Covid times. Read more here:: India News...

Live: More than 15L students to take NEET today

Live: More than 15L students to take NEET today

National Testing Agency (NTA) has implemented a comprehensive plan to hold NEET UG examination in a hassle-free manner. Over 15 lakh candidates have registered for the NEET examination, which is being conducted today. Catch...

Weeks after discharge, Shah re-admitted to AIIMS

Weeks after discharge, Shah re-admitted to AIIMS

Two weeks after his discharge, home minister Amit Shah has been re-admitted to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after complaining of breathing issues on Saturday, multiple sources told IANS. Read more here::...

Sena men held for attack on ex-Navyman get bail

Sena men held for attack on ex-Navyman get bail

Six Shiv Sena party workers, arrested in connection with the assault on retired navyman Madan Sharma, were released on bail on Saturday. After their release on bail, a BJP delegation protested before additional commissioner...

Covid live: NEET to be conducted today

Covid live: NEET to be conducted today

With 95,249 fresh cases reported on Saturday, India’s case count so far in September is 10,65,796, as per data collated by TOI from state governments. By contrast, India had recorded over 19.8 lakh cases...

Naomi Osaka beats Azarenka to win US Open

Naomi Osaka beats Azarenka to win US Open

Osaka, the fourth seed, overcame her unseeded opponent 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 in 1hr 53min inside a near-empty Arthur Ashe Stadium at Flushing Meadows. It brought 22-year-old Osaka’s haul of tennis major trophies to three...

Restrained, judges are now soft targets: CJI

Restrained, judges are now soft targets: CJI

CJI Bobde said constitutional limitations on free speech restrains judges, as it should others, from speaking whatever they feel. But Justice Ramana did the plain speaking — “As judges are self-restrained from speaking out...

Govt to woo poll-bound Bihar with PSU projects

Govt to woo poll-bound Bihar with PSU projects

Power minister R K Singh inaugurated a slew of community-focused projects of power major NTPC on Saturday. The Prime Minister will unveil two LPG bottling plants at Banka and Harsidih in East Champaran as...

India added 1m cases, 13k deaths in 12 days

India added 1m cases, 13k deaths in 12 days

With 95,249 fresh cases reported on Saturday, India’s case count so far in September is 10,65,796, as per data collated by TOI from state governments. By contrast, India had recorded over 19.8 lakh cases...

Kangana Ranaut to meet Maha governor today

Kangana Ranaut to meet Maha governor today

After the BMC demolished parts of the actor Kangana Ranaut’s Bandra bungalow on Thursday, the governor had expressed his displeasure over the hurry shown by the Shiv Sena-ruled BMC in carrying out the demolition....

India backs Taliban-Afghanistan govt peace talks

India backs Taliban-Afghanistan govt peace talks

As Taliban sat down in Doha for its direct engagement with Afghan government for peace, India participated in the inaugural session of negotiations with foreign minister S Jaishankar underscoring the need for addressing the...

Masks can help build immunity: Journal

Masks can help build immunity: Journal

In a commentary in New England Journal of Medicine, Monica Gandhi and George W Rutherford of University of California in San Francisco said face masks could work like variolation to generate immunity. and slow...

Covid-somnia messing with sleep cycles

Covid-somnia messing with sleep cycles

The pandemic-induced stay-at-home order has tossed people’s schedules out of the window and along with that a good night’s sleep, creating a massive new population of chronic insomniacs. ‘Covid-somnia’ is what physicians and researchers...

Oxford’s Covid vaccine trial resumes in UK

Oxford’s Covid vaccine trial resumes in UK

Drugs giant AstraZeneca on Saturday said it had resumed a Covid-19 vaccine trial after getting the all-clear from British regulators, following a pause caused by a UK volunteer falling ill. “Clinical trials for the...

‘Sonia leaves for US for routine medical check-up’

‘Sonia leaves for US for routine medical check-up’

Congress President Sonia Gandhi left for the United States on Saturday for a routine medical check-up, sources close to her said. Gandhi, 73, is expected to be away for around a fortnight and would...

‘Process to elect next Cong chief set in motion’

‘Process to elect next Cong chief set in motion’

The Congress on Saturday said that Sonia Gandhi has made organisational changes after authorisation from the party’s working committee and has set in motion the process of election of the next party president by...

Corsican police free UFC star McGregor: Lawyer

Corsican police free UFC star McGregor: Lawyer

Irish mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor taken into police custody in Corsica on suspicion of attempted sexual assault and indecent exposure, was released on Saturday without being charged, his lawyer said. Read more...

LAC row: All eyes on India-China commanders’ meeting

LAC row: All eyes on India-China commanders’ meeting

The crucial test of the joint statement that external affairs minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi hammered out is in PLA pulling back from the Line of Actual Control. A verifiable...

Why there are no takers for gold despite discounts

Why there are no takers for gold despite discounts

Physical gold dealers in India were forced to offer discounts for a fourth straight week as bullion remained unattractive for most retail consumers. In India, the second-biggest buyer after China, demand took a further...

US, Maldives sign defence deal to counter China in Indian Ocean

US, Maldives sign defence deal to counter China in Indian Ocean

The US has signed a framework for defence cooperation with the Maldives to deepen engagement in support of maintaining peace and security in the strategic Indian Ocean, the Pentagon has announced, as the Trump...

NEET: Guidelines on dress code, barred items

NEET: Guidelines on dress code, barred items

National Testing Agency will conduct the medical entrance exam NEET tomorrow amid strict precautions in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more here:: India News Times

Covaxin generates ‘immune response’ in animal trial

Covaxin generates ‘immune response’ in animal trial

Hyderabad-based vaccine major Bharat Biotech has announced that its Covid-19 vaccine candidate Covaxin, during its testing on animal rhesus macaques, has develop a “robust immune response” to the highly infectious coronavirus, “preventing infection and...

Hungry for 6 days, jobless labourer attempts suicide

Hungry for 6 days, jobless labourer attempts suicide

An unemployed man, allegedly hungry for six days, attempted suicide in Gadimalehara town of Chhatarpur district. To stop him from taking the ultimate step, villagers tied him to a tree and informed the police...

IPL will set the momentum for Australia tour: Shami

IPL will set the momentum for Australia tour: Shami

The IPL is the right kind of tournament that allows players to get into the groove nicely, an absolute must before they hit the Australian shores for two and half months, feels Indian team’s...

India’s Covaxin shows good results in animal trial

India’s Covaxin shows good results in animal trial

Bharat Biotech International Limited has announced that its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, Covaxin, has shown positive efficacy in animal studies and generated robust immune responses.Covaxin, developed by the Indian Council of Medical Research and Bharat...

Liberia declares rape a national emergency

Liberia declares rape a national emergency

Liberian President George Weah has declared rape a national emergency and has ordered new measures to tackle the problem after a recent spike of cases in the poor West African state. Read more here::...

‘Judges becoming victims of juicy gossips’

‘Judges becoming victims of juicy gossips’

Supreme Court judge N V Ramana on Saturday said that judges are now becoming victims of “juicy gossips” and “slanderous social media postings” as they restrain themselves from speaking in their own defence. Read...

Contempt cases: Bhushan seeks right to appeal

Contempt cases: Bhushan seeks right to appeal

Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan, convicted and awarded one rupee fine for his contemptuous tweets against the judiciary, on Saturday moved the Supreme Court seeking the right of appeal against convictions in original criminal contempt cases...

Contempt cases: Bhushan seeks right to appeal

Contempt cases: Bhushan seeks right to appeal

Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan, convicted and awarded one rupee fine for his contemptuous tweets against the judiciary, on Saturday moved the Supreme Court seeking the right of appeal against convictions in original criminal contempt cases...

Fake: Old photos claim ‘China has attacked India’

Fake: Old photos claim ‘China has attacked India’

Amid growing military tensions between India and China in Ladakh region, screengrab of a Facebook post is being circulated on WhatsApp. The Facebook post contains three photos shared with a caption that claims that...

Uddhav must apologise: Ex-Navyman after attack

Uddhav must apologise: Ex-Navyman after attack

A day after he was assaulted by suspected Shiv Sainiks for allegedly forwarding a cartoon lampooning Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray, the retired Navy officer on Saturday demanded the CM apologise to him and...

IOC ‘shocked’ by execution of Iranian wrestler

IOC ‘shocked’ by execution of Iranian wrestler

The International Olympic Committee said it was “shocked” by Saturday’s execution of a young Iranian wrestler over the murder of a public sector worker during anti-government protests in 2018. Navid Afkari was executed at...