16 Oct 2014
London: Season tickets to watch champions Manchester City this season are the cheapest in the Premier League but the eye-watering cost of attending games in England continues to soar.
14 Oct 2014
New York: The feeling of loneliness is bringing more people in search of friends to Facebook, in stark contrast to the view that the social networking site makes people feel isolated, revealed a research.
10 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Hackers in India and Pakistan have been engaged in a Cyber war for the past several years. A day after South Indian superstar Mohanlal's website was hacked, now singer Sonu Nigam has fallen prey of the cyber attack.
11 Oct 2014
London: Denying Kevin Pietersen‘s claims that a bullying culture had flourished in the England dressing room in recent years, captain Alastair Cook says the maverick cricketer’s controversial autobiography has “tarnished” one of the most successful eras for the national team.
08 Oct 2014
New Delhi: 'English Vinglish', a simple tale of an Indian housewife who resolves to learn English to find acceptance in society, has found resonance in different parts of the world. After releasing in places like Germany and Japan, the film will now open in Romania 24th October.
15 Oct 2014
Mumbai: Bollywood diva Sridevi met French footwear designer Christian Louboutin. Louboutin, who is known for his shiny red-lacquered soles, is currently in India.
13 Oct 2014
Beijing: The 'Anonymous' group of computer hackers on Sunday followed up on its threat made to release data from Chinese government websites in support of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
21 Aug 2014
Varanasi: Speaking at Dainik Jagran’s ‘Kashi ke ghat, Kashi ka vikaas’ forum, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Wednesday said the time to end Varanasi’s dwindling fortunes has arrived now and an era of prosperity and development in the sacred city beckons.
10 Oct 2014
Rio de Janeiro: Brazil has the highest turnover of football managers among clubs in Europe and the Americas, a study has revealed.
07 Oct 2014
London: His anger at the English cricket administration and the then coach Andy Flower notwithstanding, Kevin Pietersen says he hasn't been too wise himself even though he is far from being the "villain" that he was made out to be before being sacked.