23 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Household appliances maker Khaitan Electricals has approached the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) to declare it as a sick industry as its accumulated losses had exceeded the net worth.
22 Jul 2016
Bhopal: A 23-year-old man, who allegedly appeared in the ongoing Madhya Pradesh Police constable recruitment test here in place of a registered candidate, was nabbed, taking the number of arrests of such impersonators to 12.
16 Jul 2016
Kolkata: Over 130 persons onboard an Imphal-bound Air India aircraft had a narrow escape today after the pilot detected smoke in one of the engines just when the plane was entering the runway.
09 Jul 2016
Mumbai/London: Putting on hold its UK business sale amid Brexit uncertainty, Tata Steel yesterday decided to explore other alternatives including joint venture with German giant ThyssenKrupp AG.
17 Jul 2016
Basseterre: He may have only got a little taste of the Caribbean conditions, but young pacer Shardul Thakur says he expects slower wickets in the Test series against the West Indies beginning on July 21, much like the ones laid out for the two practice games here.
17 Jul 2016
Basseterre: Indian bowlers, with the exception of off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, were far from impressive as they struggled for wickets on the third and final day of the second tour match against the West Indies Board President's XI which ended in a draw here today.
11 Jul 2016
Jammu: No yatri was allowed to move towards the Kasmir Valley from winter capital Jammu to perform the Amarnath Yatra for the third consecutive day on Monday, police said.
27 Jun 2016
Madrid: From taking a dig at the CBFC, its chief Pahlaj Nihalani to the last year's 'National Award returning' controversy, actors Farhan Akhtar and Shahid Kapoor were in their element while hosting the 17th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards here.
16 Jun 2016
Mumbai: 'Udta Punjab', which was locked in a bitter battle with the Censor Board, has reportedly leaked online just two days before its release and Censor Board is heavily suspected to be bhind the leak.
10 Jun 2016
Mumbai: The censor board today told the Bombay High Court that some of the scenes recommended for deletion in the Hindi movie 'Udta Punjab' were "very vulgar".