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NASA launches Parker Solar Probe mission to ‘touch the Sun’

CAPE CANAVERAL Aug 13: US space agency NASA has launched its mission to send a satellite closer to the Sun than any before. The rocket carrying the Parker Solar Probe lifted off from Space Launch Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida in the US. Continue reading “NASA launches Parker Solar Probe mission to ‘touch the Sun’”

Internet Domain Names Soon To Be Supported In Indian Languages

KOLKATA Aug 13: Getting an Internet domain name in English is in the past, now get ready to have it in your own regional language. Continue reading “Internet Domain Names Soon To Be Supported In Indian Languages”

Imran Khan swearing-in on Aug 18, 3 Indian cricketers on invitee list

Islamabad Aug 11: Imran Khan will take the oath as Pakistan’s Prime Minister on August 18, a senior Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader said on Friday. Continue reading “Imran Khan swearing-in on Aug 18, 3 Indian cricketers on invitee list”

Checking email from work during non-working hours can harm health: study

Washington Aug 11: Turns out, employer expectations of work email monitoring during non-working hours are harmful to the health of not only employees but their family as well. Continue reading “Checking email from work during non-working hours can harm health: study”

Supreme Court To Examine Laws On Media Reporting In Sexual Assault Cases

NEW DELHI Aug 11: The Supreme Court has said it would examine the provisions of law which provide curbs and balances for media in reporting incidents of sexual assault, including that of minors, after it was complained that there have been “regular violation” of such provisions. Continue reading “Supreme Court To Examine Laws On Media Reporting In Sexual Assault Cases”

Pak Court Stays Recount In Lahore Seat Narrowly Won By Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD Aug 9: In a major relief to Imran Khan, the Pakistan Supreme Court today suspended a recount in a National Assembly constituency in Lahore where the cricketer-turned-politician had narrowly defeated his rival in the July 25 general elections. Continue reading “Pak Court Stays Recount In Lahore Seat Narrowly Won By Imran Khan”

Imran Khan’s Swearing-In In Jeopardy As Poll Panel Withholds Notification

ISLAMABAD Aug 8: Pakistan’s election commission on Tuesday withheld the victory notifications of Imran Khan from two of the five constituencies from where he contested in the July 25 general elections, possibly jeopardising his plans to be sworn-in as the new prime minister. Continue reading “Imran Khan’s Swearing-In In Jeopardy As Poll Panel Withholds Notification”

Imran Khan’s Swearing-In In Jeopardy As Poll Panel Withholds Notification

ISLAMABAD Aug 8: Pakistan’s election commission on Tuesday withheld the victory notifications of Imran Khan from two of the five constituencies from where he contested in the July 25 general elections, possibly jeopardising his plans to be sworn-in as the new prime minister. Continue reading “Imran Khan’s Swearing-In In Jeopardy As Poll Panel Withholds Notification”

SC asks two clergymen to surrender in Kerala Church sex scandal

New Delhi Aug 7:  The Supreme Court has cancelled the interim protection from arrest given to two clergymen, accused of sexually abusing a married woman, and asked them to surrender by August 13. Continue reading “SC asks two clergymen to surrender in Kerala Church sex scandal”

Kerala Church Says Can’t Ban Confessions, Cites “Religious Freedom”

KOCHI Aug 6: The protests by churchgoers in Kerala against the women’s panel’s recommendation to stop confessions continued today at the Malankara Orthodox church. Continue reading “Kerala Church Says Can’t Ban Confessions, Cites “Religious Freedom””