02 Sep 2014
Karachi: Showing concern after the team's thrashing against Sri Lanka, national sporting legends Javed Miandad and Abdul Qadir have said that there is a drastic need to change the mindset in Pakistan cricket for it to move forward.
01 Sep 2014
Patna: The ancient Nalanda University (NU), which attracted students from the world over, will rise again on Monday, as classes will begin at its newly established campus at Rajgir.
31 Aug 2014
Noida: A rebel son, a romantic student, a fire-eating poet, and finally a principled lyricist in Bollywood - he was all this and more and the various facets of Sahir Ludhianvi's remarkable personality were brought to life by veteran actor Tom Alter at a play on Saturday.
26 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Economic growth or military strength alone won’t make India strong, a truly sustainable society, at the heart of which is the family, is very much necessary, argues former President APJ Abdul Kalam in his new book.
28 Aug 2014
New Delhi: In a bid to encourage physical activity, the Health Ministry wants to develop cycling tracks across the country as it embarks on a campaign to promote cycling for a healthy lifestyle.
27 Aug 2014
Mumbai: Bollywood actresss Katrina Kaif's sister Izabelle loves Indian food, especially Dal Makhani. So, the team of Indo-Canadian film production ‘Dr Cabbie’, in which Vinay Virmani plays the title role, decided to dedicate a full song to the actress.
19 Aug 2012
In a new development in 2003 Mumbai triple blasts case, the Bombay High Court has cancelled the bail of Dr Wahid Abdul Shaikh, one of the accused, observing that there was prima facie evidence against him.
23 Aug 2014
Kochi: Former President APJ Abdul Kalam said that social media has become an effective tool in peace disruptions. Kalam was speaking at the inauguration of ‘Security and Hacking Conference Cocon-2014’ in Kochi city of Kerala, where he mainly addressed issues to combat increasing cyber crimes.
20 Aug 2014
New Delhi: A day after meeting Kashmiri separatists, Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit in a defiant mode on Wednesday justified the deliberations and asserted that engagement with all stakeholders have been the ‘bottomline’ of Islamabad’s efforts to find a solution on the contentious Kashmir issue.
23 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Responding to Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit's claim that he did not breach protocol by meeting separatist leaders, India on Friday said diplomacy is about ‘not saying the wrong things at any time.’