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Pollution Control: No PUC, No Fuel In Delhi From Oct 25

Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai, while announcing the PUC rule for every vehicle in Delhi, said he has asked his officers to ensure compliance of the rules at petrol pumps.


Speculations Rife About Appointment Of New CRPF DG


Kashmir: Journalist Offers Help To Student, Rapes Her Later


This New Cement Can Help India Meet CO2 Goals


At IAEA, China Withdraws Objection On AUKUS Nuke

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This New Cement Can Help India Meet CO2 Goals

Researchers from India, Switzerland, and Cuba have developed new cement which needs 20 per cent less energy and emits 40 per cent less Carbon dioxide (CO2) in its production. Limestone Calcined Clay Cement (LC3) is blended cement incorporating Portland cement clinker, calcined kaolinitic clay and limestone, in combination with gypsum. The extent of cement clinker …


Deconstructing Islamophobia

The whole field of Islamophobia has been developed to shut off any criticism of regressive practises in Muslim culture.

Strategic Partnership Defence Policy Requires Pragmatism

The SP (Strategic Partnership) policy for the defence was formulated five years ago. The sole aim of this policy is to revitalise the defence industrial ecosystem and produce advanced weapon systems indigenously.

Politics Of The Veil

Any organic movement against the veil in India is seen as a conspiracy against the Muslims and Islam.


Rajasthan Mayor Celebrates Birthday By Serving Cows

Mayor of Jaipur Municipal Corporation Heritage, Munesh Gurjar celebrated her birthday by serving cows at Hingonia Gaushala along with ward councillors.


Plunder Of India: Putin Reminds West Of Colonial Past

Russian President Vladimir Putin turned back the pages of history as he said that the West had plundered countries like India in contradiction to the values of true freedom and justice.


EXC: Should Cinemas Make Tickets Affordable For Audiences?

What happened on September 23, the third Friday of ‘Brahmastra’, pleasantly startled the entire industry.

Karan Johar To Show Brahmastra At ₹100 In Cinemas

After seeing such a stupendous response on 'National Cinema Day', the producers decided to keep the prices of the tickets at only ₹100 from this Monday onwards.

‘Paisa Bolta Hai’: Will Hrithik Consolidate His Stardom With ‘Vikram Vedha’?

The Bollywood landscape in the last three decades has largely been dominated by the three Khans: Aamir, Shah Rukh and Salman. Though their stardom has certainly dimmed in the last couple of years, the trade is in no hurry to write these ‘superstars’ off. Though Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn have also been around for …

Till 36, I Never Socialized; Focused On Singing: Sonu Nigam

Sonu Nigam, who has belted out countless popular numbers in his silky and sonorous voice, speaks to Rohan Dua, the executive editor of The New Indian, and expresses his sense of loss over the death of some of the artists who passed away this year and his respect for ‘disciplinarian’ Yogi Adityanath. Last part of the …

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EXC: Should Cinemas Make Tickets Affordable For Audiences?


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