Hydroelectric power is the world's most significant source of renewable energy, but it's not exactly 'green'.
COP28 may become the first-ever international climate summit to commit to eventually phasing out oil and gas.
India's Power and Renewable Energy Minister R.K. Singh said the country's installed power generation capacity from non-fossil sources is 186.46 gigawatt (GW).
Traders with advance knowledge of the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack profited by short-selling a major Israeli exchange-traded fund (ETF) days beforehand, a study shows.
The total commitments fall short of developing countries' prior requests, but experts view it as a positive sign.
The workers were trapped by the blaze that broke out Wednesday night due to a blast in the chemical factory, located in Surat city. The bodies of the deceased workers were recovered Thursday morning.
India Reacts To US Accusing Indian Official Of Foiled Assassination Plot: 'Contrary To Government Policy'
The U.S. Department of Justice announced murder-for-hire charges against 52-year-old Indian national Nikhil Gupta for his alleged involvement in an assassination plot that was thwarted by U.S. officials.
On Day 55 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the Israeli army said the ceasefire will continue following reports of issues raised by the Israeli side over the new list of hostages to be freed.
The two sides have reportedly agreed on a framework that would establish regular payments by Google to help Canadian media.
On Day 54 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, only one American national has been freed so far by the terror group under the ceasefire deal as the U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution to reaffirm Israel's right to exist.
India's Minister of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman demanded action instead of words because the funding required to address climate change is a challenge, particularly for developing economies.
As part of the landmark deal, India will procure 31 MQ-9B Predator drones from the U.S. under a government-to-government framework to amp up the Indian armed forces' surveillance apparatus, especially along the contested Line of Actual Control with China.
It's Day 53 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, and 10 more hostages are expected to be freed Tuesday after the warring parties agreed on a two-day extension to their ceasefire agreement.
Memoranda of understanding have been signed, greenwashing claims have been made. Quite a bit is at stake in the coming weeks in Dubai.
A high-level meeting between Italian and Saudi officials took place Monday ahead of this week's landmark international climate conference.
The unseasonal rainfall was paired with thunderstorms and hailstorms, claiming several lives and causing damage to homes.
On Day 52 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, an Egyptian official said the parties are close to agreeing on the ceasefire to be extended for two more days as the international community puts pressure on the warring sides for the truce's extension.
U.S. housing data, manufacturing in China and earnings of retailers and Canadian banks are also scheduled for the next few days.
Hamas on Saturday released a second group of Israeli and foreign civilians it had been holding hostage in the Gaza Strip in exchange for Palestinian prisoners, after an hours-long unexpected delay set nerves on edge.
A 'Turning Point' In Strategic Relationship: Afghan Embassy In New Delhi Closes Citing Challenges From India
There are no diplomats from the Afghan Republic remaining in India. Ambassador Farid Mamundzay and others who served at the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan have safely "reached third countries," the embassy said in a statement Friday.
The eight former naval personnel, including seven officers and one sailor, were accused of espionage in connection with a submarine program.
On Day 49 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the terror group is expected to free the first batch of hostages being held in Gaza on Friday afternoon following a one-day delay to the four-day ceasefire deal that will also include the release of Palestinian prisoners.
The group failed to agree on a joint declaration. Their divergent positions on the issue reflect the differences in the long-term interests of the participating nations.
Indian-born lawyer and Sikh separatist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun was allegedly the target of an assassination plot that U.S. authorities thwarted. The U.S. also gave India a warning over concerns about the Indian government's involvement.
Israel-Hamas Conflict: Hezbollah Intensifies Strikes In Israel; Ceasefire Delayed, No Hostage Release Before Friday
On Day 48 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the four-day ceasefire deal that the two parties agreed on has been delayed through at least Friday, which means no hostages will be freed until the warring sides finalize details of the hostage release process.
U.S. and Canadian authorities are investigating the explosion near a border checkpoint.
On Day 47 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the warring sides have agreed to a four-day ceasefire in exchange of 50 hostages being held in Gaza, marking the first lull in fighting since the Oct. 7 massacre by Hamas in Israel.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz unveiled the investment plan to give Germany access to new energy providers and combat China's regional soft power.
Nimisha Priya, the trained nurse from the Indian state of Kerala, has been behind bars since 2017 for the murder of her sponsor and alleged abuser Talal Abdo Mahdi.
On Day 46 of the Israel-Hamas war, hopes are high over the potential release of hostages being held in Gaza following a Hamas leader's remarks about a "truce" deal with Israel.
South China Sea: China Rejects Push For Separate Craft Code After Philippines Approaches Other Claimants
Manila has initiated negotiations with other South China Sea claimants that are members of the ASEAN bloc, President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. said as China continues to build up its military presence in disputed waters.
The Houthi rebels said they hijacked a cargo ship with links to israel and took 25 crew members hostage.
All civilian flight operations were brought to a halt for about three hours after a UFO was sighted over the Bir Tikendrajit International Airport in the northeastern state of Manipur.
On Day 45 of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the IDF continues to expand ground incursions across the Gaza Strip even as fire exchanges continue near its northern border with Lebanon.