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75% Indians feel working for one boss 'old-fashioned'

New Delhi, Sept 18: Over 75% Indians believe that the notion of working for one employer your entire career is "old-fashioned" and so is the traditional retirement, according to a survey.

Twenty-five per cent Indians would want a second innings post-retirement in a career they love, it said.

The survey also pointed out that 84%...

86 tigers rescued from Thai temple have died

Kanchanaburi, Sept 17: At least 86 of the 147 tigers rescued from an infamous Thailand temple where they featured as a tourist attraction have died due to genetic problems, authorities said on Monday.

The tigers were suffering from problems due to inbreeding and died between 2016 and 2019 in the two government wildlife sanctuaries, the Department of National Parks,...

Tamil Nadu's New EV Policy Seeks Full Road Tax Exemption for Electric Vehicles Until 2022

Sept 17: Seeking to promote electric vehicles (EVs), the Tamil Nadu government has announced its policy for the sector offering a slew of sops, including investment subsidy and waiver of various taxes and duties. Chief Minister K Palaniswami released the Tamil Nadu Electric Vehicle Policy 2019 which offered a number of incentives for the manufacturers to boost the eco-friendly...

Newly spotted comet may be interstellar visitor

Crimea, Sept 14: A newly discovered comet could only be the second interstellar object scientists have found after 'Oumuamua’.

The new comet - designated C/2019 Q4 (Borisov) - appears to have originated from outside the solar system, but it has not yet been officially confirmed, NASA said on Thursday.

The object - designated C/2019 Q4 (Borisov) - was...

Indians who use technology feel much younger

Technology is making the Indians feel much younger, healthier and more emotionally connected, with 91 percent respondents believing that smart devices, such as computers and smart displays are having a positive impact on the ability to improve their overall health, a study said on Thursday.

The study conducted by Chinese technology giant Lenovo, shows a growing relationship between technological...

Urdu poet Sahir Ludhianvi’s priceless handwritten notes, poems found at scrap shop

Mumbai, Sept 9: A bunch of priceless handwritten letters, diaries, nazm, and black and white photographs of legendary Urdu poet-lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi were found at a scrap shop in Mumbai, and has been bought by an NGO for just ₹3,000 for preserving it.

Mumbai-based Film Heritage Foundation, a not-for-profit NGO, found these items recently amid a dump of newspapers...

#MeToo media coverage portrays accusers as sympathetic: Study

Washington D.C., Sept 8: The #MeToo movement that gained momentum last year, encouraging women to speak out their stories of sexual harassment, is believed to portray the accusers as sympathetic and paint men more powerful, finds a study.

The study conducted at the Carnegie Mellon University shows analysis of #MeToo media coverage, which presents accusers as sympathetic, but with...

Auto sector growth story nears end, says Tata Motors CEO

New Delhi, Sept 6: The sales downturn that has dented the automobile sector might end the industry's growth story, a senior Tata Motors official said, in New Delhi on Thursday.

Tata Motors CEO and MD Guenter Butschek said on the car market, a lot had already been said. "But let's take it a dramatic way and conclude, the Indian...

69% Indians know that economy rigged to favour powerful: Survey 

New Delhi, Sept 5: While 40 percent Indians believe that our society is broken, a massive 69 percent feel that the economy is rigged to favour the rich and powerful, a new survey said on Thursday.

Nearly 68 percent Indians also feel that the traditional parties and politicians do not care about them, revealed the global survey by market...

Orbit of Chandrayaan-2’s lander lowered, one step closer to Moon landing

New Delhi, Sept 3: The orbit of Chandrayaan-2's landing module 'Vikram' was successfully lowered for the first time on Tuesday and one final manoeuvre remained for India to pull off a historic soft-landing on the moon in the early hours of Saturday.

The 4-second de-orbiting operation was undertaken a day after the indigenously developed lander was separated from Chandrayaan-2's...