Ashutosh mentioned about the "Right to be Forgotten" in his plea.
The EU on Thursday said 200 million Europeans had been fully vaccinated, more than half of the adult population but still short of a 70 percent target it had set for the summer.
The COVID-19 patient treated with steroids developed unusually large and multiple liver abscesses after recovery from infection, said the reports of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi today.
Bengal post poll violence: The Calcutta High Court on Thursday directed the West Bengal government to file an affidavit stating its position on the National Human Rights Commission's report on post-poll violence in the state.
The mental health impact of the pandemic will be "long-term and far-reaching", the World Health Organization said Thursday, as experts and leaders called for action on Covid-linked anxiety and stress.
Israel has established a commission to review allegations that NSO Group's controversial Pegasus phone surveillance software was misused, the head of parliament's Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee said Thursday.
The closest advisers of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, have been found on the list of potential surveillance targets with the Israeli spyware Pegasus that is only sold to governments, news website The Wire reported on Thursday.
The Avangard, the Kinzhal and now the Zircon -- Russia is leading the race to develop a range of new hypersonic weapons that President Vladimir Putin has dubbed "invincible".
Five personnel of the Indian Air Force (IAF) are part of the Indian contingent that will participate in the Tokyo Olympics starting Friday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed the need to "speed up" the fight against climate change, as the death count from devastating floods in Germany reached 177 on Thursday.
The BJP on Thursday claimed that the story on the alleged snooping through Israeli spyware Pegasus is "concocted, fabricated and evidence-less" and that the new reports based on it call for "defamation".
The train traffic between CSMT in south Mumbai and Kasara station of the Central Railway (CR), over 100 km away, resumed on Thursday afternoon, 17 hours after a part of the track was washed away due to torrential rains, an official said.
The government Thursday said it has no information as on date regarding data on increase in cases of child abuse due to the Covid-related lockdown situations and data on the increase in child marriage cases across the country.
Lok Sabha member VK Sreekandan also moved a notice for an adjournment motion on the issue in the Lower House.
The Kerala High Court Thursday disposed of a petition by Sister Lucy Kalappura, expelled from the Franciscan Clarist Congregation for alleged violations of its rules, with a direction to a munsif court to take decision expeditiously in three weeks.