22 Jul 2016
Kolkata: The Cricket Association of Bengal yesterday cancelled their upcoming 85th Annual General Meeting slated for July 31st due to 'supervening circumstances' arising out of the Supreme Court order on Lodha Committee's report.
22 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar will travel to the Rio Olympics after being invited by International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach along with other eminent global personalities.
02 Jul 2016
Kathmandu: A moderate earthquake measuring 4.4 magnitude on Richter scale was felt early today in Bajhang district in Nepal.
20 Jul 2011
A Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) expert panel has observed that many things pertaining to mining activity in bio-diversity hotspot of the Western Ghat in Goa are not monitored by government agencies.
15 Jul 2016
Madrid: Rafael Nadal will be fit and ready for Rio, the head of the Spanish Olympic Committee insisted Thursday, even though the 14-time Grand Slam title winner is still sweating on his place in the squad.
16 Jul 2016
Washington: The US Congress today released a long-classified section of the official report on the Sept. 11 attacks describing an array of potential links between some of the hijackers and officials in Saudi Arabia.
01 Jul 2016
Mumbai: More than a year after it brought a proposal of replacement of old and malfunctioning indicators at suburban railway stations, Western Railway (WR) is still awaiting for the finalisation of tender.
29 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Indian cricket team's newly appointed chief coach Anil Kumble might be replaced by Sourav Ganguly as the head of ICC cricket committee chairman, according to reports.
10 Jul 2016
Dhaka: Bangladesh government today banned the broadcasting of India-based controversial preacher Zakir Naik's Peace TV channel after reports that his "provocative" speeches inspired some of the militants who carried out the country's worst terror attack at a cafe here.
15 Jan 2014
New Delhi: After a row over implementation of an expert committee report, the Central government has ruled out appointment of any more panels to study Western Ghats in an attempt to address concerns of the six states through which the ecologically-sensitive hills traverse.