Efforts on to trace the missing An-32 aircraft, additional resources deployed to comb undersea area.
The Prime Minister will share his vision and strategy for India’s development with the NITI Aayog, on Thursday.
The implications of falling under the ambit of the Lokpal Act have discomfited many non-governmental organisations.
The future of the only state-backed circus academy in Kerala now hinges on gymnastics.
Her parents are eager to see her strike gold at Rio as the goalkeeper of the Indian hockey team.
Children’s charity steps in to fulfil dream of ailing U.S. boy.
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The film is a case of lost in translation, with the Telugu dubbed version making it tedious to connect with the milieu
"This is the first discovery of its kind in the Indian Ocean that has the potential to be producible," USGS said in a statement.
Sophia Pedrazza plans to cash in on the craze by hitting the streets to collect virtual characters and then sell her accounts on eBay.
Director-General says the force is studying available models to identify less lethal options.
The 44-year-old accused the board of setting him up as a fall guy if the host lost the series to the visiting Australians.
The film's director is likely to approach the High Court challenging the censor board's decision.
‘Officers are in constant touch with kin of missing AN-32 personnel’.
It has travelled 42,000 km across four continents, two oceans and three seas
Here’s a list of some of the best films from corners of India that have escaped a "-wood" tag.
Guns, explosions, broody Sherlock and a (possibly) mean Mrs. Hudson. The Season 4 trailer is full of action.
Editorials & Opinion
There has been far too little effort in public policy to create spaces where citizens interact freely and peacefully.
The evidence on view since 1991 is that reforms have to be an integral part of any programme aimed at accelerating growth.
How Nehru and Patel amended the Constitution to rein in Syama Prasad Mookerjee.
RS erupts over reports of coercion of Jharkhand MLAs
Opposition accuses BJP of using unfair means to get its candidates elected in the recently concluded biennial polls for the Upper House.
The Rajya Sabha was forced to adjourn on the issue of granting special status to Andhra Pradesh.
The AAP member has been advised not to attend sittings of the House until a decision is taken in the matter.
The party’s hostility is rooted in the ED's action against its senior leader and former Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda
Four infiltrators killed, one held in Kashmir
Four militants have been killed and one apprehended in an ongoing operation in the frontier district of Kupwara on Tuesday.
Plus, activists want at least one burial ground in each of BBMP’s eight zones
E-mail hacking claims absurd, says Russia
The Kremlin on Tuesday dismissed allegations that Russia was behind a hack of the Democratic National Committee’s e-mails as absurd.
Day after protest, Madras HC says rules for lawyers on hold
But lawyers maintain that they will continue their agitation till the Rules are withdrawn in toto.
‘Independent RBI, a must for growth’
Criticism using arguments unsupported by evidence is widespread, rues outgoing RBI governor
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Scientists draw up statistical correlation between outbreak of conflict in ethically divided regions and climate disasters.
Genetic material could become a durable format to archive data in the future.
The researchers had earlier prepared the genetic database of 32 species, especially elasmobranchs or cartilaginous fishes