25 Oct 2014
Itanagar: The Spices Board of India would set up 'Spice Parks' in all the states of North-East to process and market spices from the region, Board’s Chairman A Jayathilak said here on Saturday.
18 Oct 2014
Shillong: Condemning the racial attacks on people from North East India, a student body on Friday demanded setting up of a help desk for north-easterners in all metro cities to ensure immediate help.
24 Oct 2014
Jammu: Nationalist Congress party (NCP) on Friday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for celebrating Diwali with the flood-hit people of Jammu and Kashmir.
24 Oct 2014
Srinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with delegations drawn from a cross-section of society affected by the devastating floods in Jammu and Kashmir last month.
23 Oct 2014
New York: Research shows that if you are above 60, having a drink or two could sharpen your memory. A team of researchers found that for people, aged 60 and above, who do not have dementia, light alcohol consumption during late life is associated with higher episodic memory - the ability to recall memories of events.
23 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that India, which has experienced a horrific terrorist attack on its Parliament, can share the sense of outrage among Canadian people over the attack on their Parliament and assured that his government was commitment to strengthening bilateral cooperation for combating terrorism.
16 Oct 2014
Manesar (Haryana): Expressing concern over the assault on three northeastern students in Bangalore, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said he would take up the issue with the Karnataka government for strict action against the culprits.
22 Oct 2014
Nashik: A young social worker from a small village of Chandgaon in Yeola taluka here has embarked on a new mission to educate people on the necessity of constructing toilets in rural areas by printing an appeal for the same on Diwali greeting cards this year.
21 Oct 2014
Panaji: The people in Goa's mining belt are staring at a dark Diwali for the third consecutive year due to the ban on iron ore extraction activity in the state.
20 Oct 2014
Washington: In pleasant news for the hearing impaired, researchers have developed a new app called Transcense which transcribes speech into written words that consequently show up on the smartphone screen.