Glossary, Acronyms, Terminologies & Jargons used by Indian News Media while reporting on COVID-19
Last November, the Karnataka government issued a notification allowing women employees in factories to work night shifts,
When the activist was joined by more people, the NHAI filled the potholes on the highway.
For years, 53-year-old Sam Peter posed as a National Crime Investigation Bureau director and used conning, intimidation and arm-twisting tactics to fleece money from people.
A member of the RSS since 1992, S Angara has continuously won from the Sullia constituency for the Bharatiya Janatha Party since first contesting in 1994.
‘Saw a Man Jump Off the Bridge on Monday Night’: Fisherman
As part of the ‘Vote Maadi, Pravasa Maadi’ drive, visitors who didn’t vote were greeted with shawls and garlands made of government documents.
All eight police divisions of Bangalore have sent notices to landlords renting out property.
For over a year now, popular rent-a-bike services have been offering ‘rides’ to Bengalureans, catering to their local and hyperlocal commute.
YemZii’s sarcastic take on communal politics has already garnered him thousands of subscribers on YouTube
Joel Pereira, one of the last known players of the instrument, is training students of a local college to play the Konkani folk instrument
Close 50 locals farmers have listed their produce on the portal and its ‘organic-stalls’ have already been featured at IT campuses, local parks and trade-fairs.
“Though there is a ban on sand mining in the region, at night we see several trucks and JCBs lined up on the other side of the river, lifting loads of sand.”
While some suspect Abdul Basheer to be a Pakistani, others give him a benefit of doubt that he maybe a Saudi National.
In 15 days, Vivek and his team captured over 1.2 lakh photographs, ranging from housewarming, wedding ceremonies, to an array of entertainment.