Olympic gold-medallist Simone Biles said she was 'having a little bit of the twisties' after she received her lowest Olympic score on the vault due to an awkward landing in the women’s artistic all-around team final.
After doping charges against its athletes, Russia was banned from participating in any international sporting event till 16 December 2022, which includes Tokyo Olympics, Paralympics, Winter Olympics and FIFA World Cup.
Foreign card payment network companies that fail to meet data localisation norms cannot register new customers or issue new cards in India. ThePrint explains.
As part of Pegasus Project, Amnesty conducted forensic analysis of 67 phones linked to numbers on a database listing 50,000 suspected targets of the Israeli spyware.
Rowers Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh will take part in the semifinal of the men’s lightweight double sculls event at 8 am Wednesday.
The EU Commission is pushing for the world’s first carbon border tax on imported goods. It plans to levy the tax in a phased manner from 2026.
Strike proposed by employees’ federations of ordnance factories from 26 July, against Modi govt decision to corporatise them, perhaps triggered introduction of the Bill.
The number of Indian women who have opted for STEM as a field of study has increased in the last three years, but challenges remain.
NSO Group, a cyber-surveillance company based in Israel, developed and sells the spyware Pegasus that was allegedly used to try and snoop on several prominent people across the world.
Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University has opened admissions for 4,500 seats in diploma programmes, 1,300 for bachelors degrees, 250 for B. Tech & around 100 for Masters programmes.