If you see a rugged SUV in front of you with a soft-top convertible roof, upright windshield, detachable doors and massive ground clearance, you would be forgiven to think that you were looking at the mighty Jeep Wrangler. But have a closer look, it might just be the Mahindra Thar 2020.
Born in Mumbai (then Bombay), in 1861, Bhikaji Rustam Cama was brought up in a well-off Parsi family. Her parents, Sorabji Framji Patel and Jaijibai Sorabji Patel, were well known in the city, where her father Sorabji—a lawyer by training and a merchant by profession—was an influential member of the Parsi community.
The students of the Army Public School Dhaulakuan pay tribute to the Indian Armed Forces in their own way. The school has a rich heritage of excellence. Especially when it comes to the Indian Army, Navy and the Air Force, the APS DK has produced fine officers who have served the nation with honour. In the Kargil war between India and Pakistan in 1999, several officers of the Indian Army who walked the corridors of APS DK gave the eternal sacrifice for their country. If they were here to see what legacy they have left behind among the tapsites, they would not be disappointed.
Apple has rolled out the Developers Beta version of the iOS 14 and it has been a month since I have been using it on my iPhone 11 Pro Max. Here's what I feel about the latest iOS version.
It was on this day in 1999 that India's victory over Pakistan's intruding forces on the Kargil heights was finally completed. With great sacrifice and valor, the Indian Army was able to take back what was taken from them in the dark of the night. Young officers and men of the Indian Army fought hard on Tololing, Tiger Hill and several other peaks where Pakistani's had fortified their positions with bunkers and heavy firepower.
So with Rajasthan politics in shambles, we bring to you the numbers game. Here is a raw blueprint of where the political balance in Rajasthan currently stands and what Sachin Pilot’s possible moves in the near future could mean for Ashok Gehlot’s government in the state.
You might have heard on several occasions about Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI), which is often responsible for the state-sponsored terror and feeds into the misadventure of many terrorist groups that operate against India. ISI plays many roles including intelligence gathering.
In 1965, shortly after the India-China war of 1962, the Chinese accused the Indian soldiers of stealing '800 sheep and 59 yaks' belonging to China. China was driving high from its exploits of 1962 and was looking at an opportunity to initiate another armed conflict with India.
World Health Organisation (WHO) has weighed in on the positive news that came from the United Kingdom about the positive initial results of the Dexamethasone drug that has, according to the UK based researchers, proved to be the first life-saving drug against the novel coronavirus.
The mighty Taj Mansingh Hotel in New Delhi has been turned into a COVID-19 facility and will be used to treat patients infected with coronavirus in the national capital. The drastic measure has been taken keeping in mind the growing COVID-19 cases in Delhi and lack of availability of required beds in the future.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has reiterated that India is not in the community transmission stage of coronavirus as yet. The WHO also said that when you look at the attack rates per 100,000 population in India, it may be much lower than the same number of cases in a smaller country.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government's response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic by calling it a 'strong' response by the authorities to the crisis. IMF Communications Director Gerry Rice, in a press conference, has said that the financial response in India provides much-needed support to various sectors.
India has a "unique challenge" in the face of population density in its fight against the coronavirus crisis, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said as it responded to a question from indiatvnews.com. Clusters of cases in India have been reported from 13 most populated cities, WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan noted as she highlighted the challenge posed by population in India.
IndiaTVnews.com reached out to the International Labour Organisation to ask what they had to say about this ongoing migrant crisis in India. ILO's Director, Decent Work Team for South Asia, Dagmar Walter, shared some of her insights in the matter with us and suggested actions that can be taken to ease out the pain.
In times when the whole world is in desperate need of readily available ventilators, NASA has come up with a simpler, more affordable piece of tech that can be modified for field hospitals and go a long way in assisting the fight against coronavirus.
Digital education for women is not just important, it is a must. Especially now, when we find ourselves confined indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic, it becomes all the more crucial for one to know how to go about life when social distancing is highly advisable. To this regard, some of the worst impacted sections of the society include those who live in rural India and have neither the society's backing to prosper nor the technological or financial resources to be self-reliant (or as we like to term it these days -- Atmanirbhar).
New data obtained by the European Space Agency (ESA) satellites revealed the existence of a mysterious anomaly weakening Earth's magnetic field. Termed as 'South Atlantic Anomaly', extends all the way from South America to southwest Africa. But what does this exactly mean? Are all the doomsday theories making rounds real? IndiaTVnews.com reached out to NASA with similar questions.
Exclusive: Responding to IndiaTvNews.com's question on coronavirus vaccine, WHO executive director said though there are no shortcuts the World Health Organisation is looking up to India as it has a massive capacity for vaccine production.
Amid the raging coronavirus outbreak across the country, Tata group has opened its premier chain of Taj Hotels to assist the doctors who are leading the fight against COVID-19. In this initiative taken by the group, medical staff will be given rooms to stay in and operate from, in several properties lying in the heart of Mumbai including the Taj Mahal Palace and Taj Santacruz.
In lieu of the fast-spreading coronavirus outbreak, a lot of pet owners across the globe have questions about the safety of their family members and the chances of anyone contracting the COVID-19 because of their pet animal. In some instances, it has also been seen that people have disowned their pets because of the fear of getting infected. This fear is nothing but a myth.
Director BPS Govt Medical College, in an exclusive conversation with India TV, has said that the coronavirus will most likely die out as summers approach. She also spoke of the precautions one can take to keep themselves safe from the coronavirus.
Amid coronavirus scare, the sales of hand sanitizers has skyrocketed in India. This has led to hand sanitizers going out of stock at several major pharmacies and chemists. This shortage of sanitizers was observed at defence Canteen Stores Department (CSD) outlets as well.
As reports of more positive Coronavirus cases emerge from different various parts of India including - Rajasthan, Telangana and Delhi-NCR- the impact is also seen on the business sector. COVID-19 a deadly new strain of coronavirus has begun impacting India in more ways than one. The government and the health agencies have already sprung in action to contain the spread of the virus. On the business front, India Inc and the stock market have also started showing the ripple effect.
If one talks about the single most anticipated football fixture in the world - not considering additional factors like a Champions League knockout tie or a cup final, it has got to be the El Clasico, where Spain's two powerhouses -- Real Madrid and Barcelona -- take on each other. Over the years, the rivalry between Real Madrid and Barcelona saw some of the most engrossing footballing moments.
Honda City 5th Generation 2020 model is likely to go on sale in the month of April. The new Honda has made cosmetic as well as aesthetic changes to the outgoing model. But how does the new Honda City compares to segment rivals Maruti Ciaz and Hyundai Verna? Let's find out.
When Zidane returned to Real Madrid in 2018-19, the team was not a contender to win anything. But, the tables have turned in the current season and Real Madrid look to have got back the edge to win silverware.
Shocking! As I woke up on a random Monday morning, I had no idea the news flash on my smartphone would read what it did. 'Kobe Bryant killed in helicopter crash'. Full of disbelief, I tried to find the reason to discredit the news but soon realised it was real. Kobe Bryant had indeed died in a crash in California.
With less than 2 weeks to go for the Delhi Assembly Election 2020. Dwarka is wondering whether its longstanding issues will ever get resolved. From women safety to poorly lit service lanes, here is an account of some of the issues faced by residents of Dwarka.
The Delhi Assembly Election 2020 fever is running high across the state and the Delhi Cantt constituency is no exception. The seat, which went to Aam Aadmi Party in 2015, is bracing up for a close fight this time with no single candidate standing out as a clear choice. Surender Commando, the sitting MLA has been denied a ticket this time by Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP.
As 2019 draws to a close, it leaves us a year older, a year wiser. It leaves us with historical political mandates and stern decision making. But most of all it leaves us with a series of 3 letter acronyms, some new and refreshing, while others relatively old and more common. And some from the pages of history. What is different though is that in 2019, the Indian youth has embraced the wisdom of these 3 letter acronyms. Young India is no longer unaware of the delicacies of what goes on in the political corridors but now identifies itself with the topic of debate.
The courts may have convicted Sengar for his barbaric crime, but to say that this is true justice will be going a bit too far. The survivor had to go through unimaginable trauma for 2 and a half years. She has both her parents die in the time while she was still struggling with her fight against the unjust. She was also a victim of several misconducts that only occurred due to administrative negligence and political powerplay. Taking all this into consideration how about serving true justice for once?
Citizenship Act is real. As of right now, every state has an obligation to implement it. But is the government ready to face the uncalled-for circumstances that might be created once the Act is implemented? Is the government ready to face the public backlash against the Bill as it stands? Here are some serious questions that the government must answer after the implementation of the Citizenship Act.
The four accused in the barbaric gangrape of the Hyderabad doctor were killed in a police encounter on Friday. The question we are asking today is, why is India celebrating these killings? Have we lost faith in our system? Are we inclined towards being ruled by law rather than a country which propels 'rule of law'?
Over the years India has witnessed the most heinous of rape crimes. Gangrape, murder, minors gang-raped... it just goes on and on. When the news breaks, we protest, we cry for justice but then after a few days, it is business as usual, until another barbaric incident hits the news. Will the recent agitation against the brutality against Hyderabad doctor change India?
Ayodhya verdict, which is expected to come anytime next week - is one of the most awaited one in India's history - be it political or judicial. The five-judge Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court is expected to give its verdict on the Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute. IndiaTvNews.com brings you the chronology of events leading up to the final verdict on Ayodhya case.
The AQI numbers post-Diwali in Delhi show a considerable improvement when compared to last four years, thanks to the self restrain in bursting crackers by society at large. But will that be enough? Figures say this is well begun but we still have miles to go.