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Google to help in crisis situations, adds SOS Alerts to search results, maps

When SOS Alert is activated, Google maps tool suggests which areas should be avoided, the roads that have been closed.

China bound to be a future threat to India: Army Vice Chief

He also said that China was racing with the US in militarisation.

Lost a brilliant scientist, he valued learning: Modi, Rahul condole Prof Yash Pal’s death

Yash Pal passed away late on Monday night due to age-related issues.

Armed forces equipped with sufficient ammunition: Jaitley responds to CAG report

A report of the Comptroller and Auditor General last week pointed out that the Indian Army is battling critical shortage of ammunition.

Rate of women migrating for work double that of men

Scholars have, however, argued that women do work post-migration even if their first reason for the move was matrimony.

Women at central govt offices can now register sexual harassment complaints online

Maneka Gandhi said that the scope of the portal will soon be extended to women employees of private sector also.

Ram Nath Kovind sworn in as India's 14th President

Chief Justice JS Khehar administered the oath of office to Kovind in the presence of outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee.

After Swedish investigator Lindstrom's revelations, BJP demands Bofors case to be reopened

"To say that it is an old case and it should be forgotten is wrong," BJP member Meenakshi Lekhi said.

His only hobby was science: Scientists remember UR Rao, who pioneered India's space programme

UR Rao’s former ISRO colleagues recall their days working with the man who devoted his life to India’s space programme.

Free speech faces 'real danger', says former EPW editor Paranjoy Guha Thakurta

Thakurta quit after he was asked to withdraw two articles critical of the government for favouring the Adani business group.