29 Apr 2016
New Delhi: In a tragic incident, Pakistani pacer Junaid Khan lost his first child. Junaid took to twitter to announce this news, terming it as the 'worst day' of his life. The silver lining, though, is the fact that his wife is in a stable condition and is expected to recover very soon.
27 Apr 2016
New Delhi: From building rapport with each family member to finding a right balance in relationships, it is important for brides-to-be to do their homework well before to adjust in the new family like a pro, says an expert.
29 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Four years after overcoming a controversy over her gender, Pinki Pramanik today returned to her first major athletics competition in the Federation Cup and finished seventh in the women's 100m dash here.
23 Apr 2016
Chandigarh: Nearly a month after a Dalit woman was dragged, abducted and allegedly raped in Muktsar district of Punjab, the accused youth surrendered before a court in the district.
19 Apr 2016
Washington: Children today are more stressed, experience less quality family time and have worse mental and emotional health than children in past generations, according to a latest poll of nearly 2,700 adults in US.
11 Jan 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today said parliament may think of formulating laws providing for harsher punishment for those accused of rape and abuse of minor children.
01 Mar 2016
Britain: It is said that love has no boundaries and a young British couple recently proved this to the world. What makes this couple unique is their commitment to each other despite a height difference of four feet.
14 Mar 2016
Berhampur (Odisha): The police along with officials of the District Child Protection Unit and Childline foiled an attempt to marry off a minor girl at BK Saranapur village in Odisha's Ganjam district.
01 May 2013
A 12-year-old child bride was allegedly raped by her 60-year-old father-in-law in Nagra area, a senior officer said on Wednesday.
16 Mar 2016
New York: Environmental intervention can increase a child's general intelligence, but the effects are unlikely to be permanent, new research has found.