The report based on the WHO-China study is at best a summary of the confusion that exists around the origin of the coronavirus.
SARS-CoV-2 virus has returned, with some of its variants more infectious than the original. Since 26 February, India's daily new cases rose by 258% and active cases by 163%.
Mumbai Police built its credibility through the 1990s and 2000s, first by a speedy detection following the Mumbai blasts, and later by breaking the underworld.
West Bengal will for the first time see a chief minister and a fiery leader, who never bows down, hit the campaign trail in a wheelchair.
Sasikala is no stranger to highs and lows, just when you thought she would fade away into oblivion, she makes a comeback.
When senior citizens and those aged between 45 and 60 with comorbidities get the vaccine, the adverse effects following immunisation may be a potential minefield.
While judge Ravindra Pandey favoured women speaking up against abuse by powerful men, judge Dharmendra Rana reiterated sedition law can’t be used randomly.
Crying in public isn't an ‘art’ that is restricted to Modi. From Panneerselvam to Sheila Dikshit to Jaya Bachchan, the list is long.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman previously served as India's first full-time woman defence minister. Amid constant rumours of being shunted out, she presented her third Budget this week.
Indians guard the Red Fort’s autonomy and sanctity zealously, and bristle when they perceive a threat.