Sustainable cocktails are cocktails that are more in harmony with nature. It’s about minimising natural resources and conserving energy.
The petitioners also claimed the Rules went beyond the scope of the parent IT Act as well as the reasonable restrictions imposed on speech and expression by Article 19 (2) of the Constitution.
In 2020-21, over 58,000 children were rescued across India, rehabilitated and mainstreamed under the National Child Labour Project.
The move comes at a time when India is battling a surge in Covid-19 cases with over two lakh cases reported in a single day on Thursday, taking the total number of cases to 1,40,74,564.
New data analysis has linked coronavirus to increased risk of pregnancy complications including preterm birth and stillbirth, with the risks rising if the infection is severe.
Rahul had urged party leaders in the poll-bound states to 'give newcomers a chance; break the image-trap of the party having no new leadership and appeal to the youth'
On March 19, the farmers will observe 'Mandi Bachao-Kheti Bachao' day
'Our volunteers from Khalsa Aid India are on way to assist the people of Uttarakhand! More to follow,' Khalsa Aid said in a tweet.
'Safety of our employees is a top priority,' Twitter had said in a statement
After his mother borrowed some money from a self-help group, Ramesh quit his job and went to Pune for six months to prepare for UPSC.
World number one Ash Barty won first WTA Tour match in almost a year at the Yarra Valley Classic, while Naomi Osaka got her Gippsland Trophy up and running.
The Yarra Valley Classic is one of six tournaments being staged at Melbourne Park this week to give players some time to prepare for the Australian Open, which starts next Monday.
Tennis has been played without crowds for almost a year, so Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka and Rafael Nadal enjoyed seeing fans in Adelaide
Novak Djokovic apologised but confirmed he had been dealing with a blister after only playing a set of his exhibition match in Adelaide
The session will be held in two parts – January 29 to February 15 and March 8 to April 8 and will have a total of 33 sittings.
Faruqui and his aide Nalin Yadav were arrested on January 2 for allegedly hurting religious sentiments during their show.
Andy Murray will take part in February's delayed Australian Open after being awarded a main-draw wildcard for the opening grand slam of the year.
The trio of Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood starred in the first Test against India, who were dismissed for their lowest ever score – 36 – in the second innings in Adelaide
Children suffering from viral fever rest on cots at a house at Pinahat in Agra.PTI Photo
Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia addresses a press conference on announcement of PLI scheme for Drones and Drone Components, at NMC in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas & Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri (C) launches the Book “Modi Stole My Mask", authired by Amit Bagaria (L) and Savid Rodrgues (R), in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Vijay Verma
President Ram Nath Kovind being welcomed by Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on his arrival at Annadale, in Shimla.PTI Photo
A man stands near a partially submerged vehicle due to waterlogging following heavy rains in Lucknow.PTI Photo/Nand Kumar
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