Gujarat-based CoSara Diagnostics, a joint venture with Utah-based Co-Diagnostics Inc, was the first Indian company to receive a preliminary licence to manufacture COVID-19 test kits.
Five children share detailed accounts of 48 hrs of violent abuse at the hands of the Uttar Pradesh Police, after they were detained as part of a crackdown on a demonstration against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act.
A judicial probe establishing the CRPF and Chhattisgarh police killed 17 villagers, including 7 children in 2012 was made public in the same week the Telangana Police killed four men accused of rape.
Court documents submitted by Facebook indicate the Pegasus software, developed by the NSO Group, could only be sold with the approval of Israel’s Ministry of Defence, and required significant local infrastructure and support.
Nagpur-based lawyer Nihalsing Rathod represents several of the accused, including celebrated Dalit lawyer Surendra Gadling.
Loni in Ghaziabad recorded the worst air with an AQI of 404, while Patna and Lucknow recorded significant improvements in air quality this year.
Although reports on protests by Zomato delivery executives have been about beef and pork, pay cuts are just as much a part of the cause for anger. But workers are learning that talking about pay is much less likely to get people to listen.
Which state will next feel the sharp edge of Amit Shah’s knife? Which town, district, or taluka, will be deemed too troublesome to be allowed to participate in democracy?
Details emerging from the blast site also indicate that the guerillas are far from a spent force, and retain the ability to plan in advance and launch lethal attacks on security forces.
In The Big Nine, futurist Amy Webb lays out a provocative case for why we need to further empower, rather than regulate, the world’s biggest and most powerful corporations.
Governments should leave the internet alone, but the claim that Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp are an antidote to state-controlled media is looking increasingly thin.
The Supreme Court assembled a special bench, chaired by CJI Gogoi, to dismiss the allegations, and described them as an attack on the judiciary.
The Association of Billion Minds is Amit Shah's personal election unit, recommending election candidates, running Nation with NaMo and creating fake news sites.
Facebook says it has a fake news plan in place. But when it comes to answering specific questions, it falters.
Journalists are letting the government gain political points for the strike without taking responsibility for information put out on the government's behalf.
‘The Anatomy of Hate’ attempts to get into the minds of the perpetrators of the 2002 violence, and the ones who celebrated as human beings lay dying around them.