Mercedes-Benz opens booking for new GLE SUV
The all-new GLE SUV is expected to be launched in the domestic market before the next edition of the Auto Expo in 2020
No respite from cold winds in Rajasthan
With ongoing western disturbances accompanied by northerly winds and clouds, mercury plummeted by one to three degree Celsius at many places in the state since yesterday.
Why ‘hill station’ Delhi has been colder than Shimla, Mussoorie
The maximum temperatures in both these hill towns over the weekend have been above 14 degrees Celsius. On both days, weather stations in the capital have registered lower temperature peaks.
Air purifier sales see up to 60% spike on rising air pollution
Air purifier makers like Philips, Blueair, Panasonic, Eureka, Forbes, Sharp, Xiomi and Blue Star reported high double-digit jump in sales. Besides Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR), the companies also saw higher demand from tier-II cities like Lucknow and Kanpur.
India rejects Trump's mediation claim, says 'no request made' by PM Modi
Donald Trump had claimed that PM Modi had asked for his help on the Kashmir issue.
Railways to pay Rs 5 lakh compensation on loss of bags: Court
In May last year, Shaileshbhai and Meenaben Bhagat, who have a shipping business, were travelling on a 2-tier AC coach of Jammu Tawi Express when their handbag was stolen between Mathura and New Delhi.
Cyclone Gaja to hit Tamil Nadu on November 15, IMD issues warning
Cyclone Gaja may intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm by Tuesday.
Northern Command opens Twitter account to interact with people
Earlier, the Army in Jammu and Kashmir had used Twitter and Facebook to reach to the common masses to make them aware of the initiatives taken by it.
World's largest iceberg set to disappear after 18-year-long journey
When iceberg B-15 first broke away in March 2000, it measured about 296 kilometres long and 37 kilometres wide. B-15 has since fractured into numerous smaller bergs, and most have melted away.
Dust Storm in Delhi, Day 2: Here's everything you should know
The air quality in the national capital remained on the 'severe' and 'hazardous' level in many areas because of a ground-level dust storm in western India.
This month set to be driest January in India since 1901
India Meteorological Department (IMD) data spanning the past 117 years reveals that the driest January so far was in 2007, when 2.8mm rain was recorded. January 2018 is likely to be lower.
Soon only end-to-end immigration checks on Dhaka-Kolkata train
During the halts when the train's under carriage will be checked, officials said, the passenger coaches will be under lock and key, thus restricting any passenger movement.
Heatwave breaks 131-year-old temperature record in US
The temperature downtown hit a record high of 98 Fahrenheit degrees (36.6 degrees Celsius), beating the former record of 95 Fahrenheit degrees (35 degrees Celsius) set in 1886.
Indian Navy rescues 27 Bangladeshi nationals after Cyclone Mora
At least six persons were killed as Cyclone Mora made landfall in Bangladesh yesterday, damaging several houses, with over half a million people evacuated.
Smog-filled Indian, Pak cities could turn into dangerously unhealthy snow globes: NOAA
Smog-filled cities in north India and Pakistan will continue to experience dangerous level of air quality over the next several months, a top American atmospheric organisation has said, warning that the cities could turn into dangerously unhealthy "snow globes".
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