Lopinavir/Ritonavir, a fixed dose combination antiretroviral sold under the brand name of Kaletra, has been approved by the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO), for restricted public health use among the sympt
The Trump impeachment trial shows up the basket of deplorables the Senate Republicans showed themselves as willing to become to keep the Trump circus running even as the fundamentals of America’s liberal democracy are bulld
Budget 2020-21: The FY21 Budget allocation for agriculture & allied activities and rural development, at Rs 2.99 lakh crore, though, isn’t a big jump over FY20’s budget estimate (BE) of Rs 2.92 lakh crore.
Under the rules, the maximum ban for what Kamra did was a three-month ban, but that too takes place after an internal committee examines the issue and, presumably, Kamra gets a chance to defend himself.
Bangladesh was founded on four pillars, one of which was secularism. Under Ziaur Rahman, in 1977, the country founded by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman would lose faith in secularism and assert instead ‘absolute trust and faith in A
Take the case of Sweden, which is considered to have one of the best plastic waste management systems. Its plastic recycling rate is meagre, as it burns most of its plastic waste to generate electricity.
The fear of judicial independence getting eroded holds so firm that it has helped the judiciary tide over whatever crises of faith the masses may have had. Arghya Sengupta of Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy examines the contriv
The Many Pasts of a River by Sudipta Sen, professor of history at UC Davis, is a book like the river itself—it is many things at the same time. The river is also a goddess, a gateway to salvation, the mainstay of cities, a