Saturday, November 28, 2020

World News

Washington: US President Donald Trump said for the first time that he will leave the White House if the Electoral College declares...

UK asks regulator to approve Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

London: The UK government said on Friday that it has formally asked the country’s independent medicines regulator to assess the suitability of...

Boris Johnson warns of New Year lockdown

London: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was on Friday fighting back rebels from within his own Conservative Party who are opposed to...

Embarrassment for Taiwan as lawmakers throw pig guts at each other

Taipei: Lawmakers in Taiwan got into a fist fight and threw pig guts at each other Friday over a soon-to-be enacted policy...

TOP STORIES TODAY

CM: no out-of-court settlement on Mhadei

Panaji: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Friday said the Goa government is not ready for an out-of-court settlement with Karnataka on the...

Goa will not be turned into a coal hub: Cabral

Vasco: Stating that people are having a wrong conception that the double-tracking is being undertaken only for transportation of coal, Environment Minister...

DoE sets dates for Class I to XII exams

Panaji: The department of education (DoE) has come out with the assessment schedule for classes from class I to class XII, stating...

Dabolim airport expansion: virtual public hearing on December 4

Vasco: Minister for Environment Nilesh Cabral Friday said the environmental public hearing on expansion of the Dabolim airport will be held virtually on...

MOST READ

China sees rising India as ‘rival’: US State Department

Washington: China perceives a rising India as a “rival” and wants to constrain its strategic partnership with the US, its allies, and...

White House confirms Trump admin has done what is needed for transition

PTI Washington The Trump administration has done “everything statutorily required” to do in the event of...

Recent COVID-19 vaccine breakthroughs offer ray of hope: UN chief

PTI United Nations UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has described the recent breakthroughs towards development of...

Putin not ready to recognise Biden as US President

Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is ready to work with any US leader, but still not ready to recognise...

OTHER STORIES IN THIS SECTION

Most of England including London to face toughest restrictions post lockdown

PTI London The UK capital of London along with most regions of England will move into...

12 years after 26/11, Pakistan yet to nab 19 most wanted LeT terrorists

PTI Lahore Twelve years after the 26/11 attack, Pakistan has placed 19 members of the banned...

Israelis demand justice for victims

PTI Jerusalem Israelis are holding ceremonies to pay respects to the victims of the 26/11 Mumbai...

Trump pardons former NSA Michael Flynn

PTI Washington US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order granting pardon to his former...

Pilots, civilians given life terms over Turkey’s 2016 coup

AP Ankara A Turkish court sentenced several military and civilian personnel at an air base to...

AstraZeneca faces tough questions after vaccine manufacturing error

IANS New York After disclosing promising results from its COVID-19 vaccine trial earlier this week, drug...

US ready to lead the world once again, declares Biden

PTI Washington Declaring “America is back,” President-elect Joe Biden has introduced his key national security and...

NZ’s Indian-origin MP takes oath in Sanskrit

PTI Melbourne Dr Gaurav Sharma, one of the youngest and newly-elected MPs in New Zealand, on...

FROM THE MAGAZINES

Getting ‘Lucky’ in Goa

DANUSKA DA GAMA | NT BUZZ It was from Lucky Ali that the 90s generation learned of the beauty...

The damsel in denim

Self-professed denim freak Cyron Fay Rodricks has been wowing people with her out-of-the-box funky creations. NT BUZZ catches up with the upcoming...

Black is beautiful

Zubin D’souza You probably know what love at first sight is. To many it has been a member of...

Facts about cholesterol

Rohini Diniz Fats are made up of a mixture of smaller units known as fatty acids. Based on their...