it is very important to promote girl’s education and this is the collective responsibility of parents, community and the government. We have to respect women in the true sense to bring them in the mainstream.Read More
ongoing Indian farmers agitation can be likened to the Chinese Long March. Like the latter, it will face many obstacles, witness many twists and turns, and even retreats and splits, but eventually is bound to emerge triumphant, leading to creation of a political and social order
Improving poor ‘nitrogen use efficiency’ (NUE) was a major global challenge for decades, as there were no simple visual cues or genetic means to differentiate between high and low NUE cultivars in any crop.
India has begun one of the world’s biggest COVID-19 vaccination programs. While countries across the globe are asking India for access to vaccines, there are incidences of misinformation-driven vaccination hesitancy in the country.
The COVID-19 vaccination programs are going on throughout the country. But how are these being conducted? How is the manpower trained for the whole program amidst the pandemic?
The renowned Urdu poet Iqbal ( known as Allama Iqbal ) was secular and a nationalist in his youth. In 1904 he wrote his famous song ‘Saare jahaan se achcha Hindustan hamaara‘.
Another caged parrot By Justice Markandey Katju Former CJI Lodha had called the CBI ( Central Bureau of Investigation ) a ‘caged parrot’, since, like a parrot, it would repeat whatever the government said, instead…
Nasal COVID-19 vaccine trials in India : Single-dose nasal COVID-19 vaccine is developed in a partnership with Washington University in St Louis (USA)
CJI Bobde does not allow the other 2 judges to speak, and he makes all these statements without consulting them. Evidently, these 2 judges are scared to disagree with the Chief Justice.
Tuesday, 12 January 2021: Global scientists are intensifying research into COVID-19, as the World Health Organization (WHO) moves to expand its scientific collaboration and monitoring of emerging variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19….
judicial activism does not become judicial adventurism, the courts must act with caution and proper restraint. They must remember that judicial activism is not an unguided missile and failure to bear this in mind would lead to chaos.
New project of DBT-NIAB to upscale subsistence-level goat production to a viable, profitable model New Delhi, Jan 12: Goat husbandry in India is essentially an endeavor of millions of small holders who rear animals on…
The Ebola vaccine is reserved for outbreak response to protect people at the highest risk of contracting Ebola – including healthcare and frontline workers.
Courts must realise they cannot solve all problems in the country, and I respectfully submit the Supreme Court should only decide the constitutionality of the 3 laws, and refrain from passing any order trespassing into the domain of another organ of the state.
By Justice Markandey Katju ”Let the sleeping giant sleep, for when he awakes, the world will tremble“. The above statement, attributed to Napoleon, was regarding China, but the same can be said regarding India today….
New Delhi, Jan 07 : In the light of coronavirus vaccine roll-out, the central government is going to execute a mock drill on vaccine administration on January 08, 2021. These drills are aimed to ensure…
New Delhi, Jan 06: The draft of the 5th National Science Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) has been finalized. The draft policy seeks to make scholarly research papers and literature accessible for free to everyone…
Climate change and COVID-19. There is a complex interplay between the immune system and confounding variables — like crowding — that may be causing high infection rates, rather than air pollution per se
The research was carried out extensively on various laboratory animals such as mice, rabbits, and monkeys. They used mice as a breast cancer model and found that the nanomicelle based drug delivery system reduced the size of the tumour in mice without producing toxic effects.
The findings raise a critical question, Dr Ford said: Why would aspirin use lead to even a small increase in the risk of advanced cancer in older people? Studies linking aspirin use to decreased risks of cancer and dying from cancer were, she noted, largely done in younger populations.