04 May 2016
New Delhi: The Ethics Committee on its 10th report recommended the expulsion of errant businessman Vijay Mallya.
30 Apr 2016
Oslo: A helicopter transporting North Sea oil workers crashed off the coast of western Norway yesterday, killing all 13 people on board, rescue services said.
29 Apr 2016
Oslo: A helicopter with 13 people on board crashed off western Norway today, with rescue workers saying there was no sign of survivors but that the search was going on.
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.
12 Apr 2016
Kollam: Five absconding members of the managing committee of the Puttingal Devi temple, where 109 people were killed in one of the worst temple tragedies in Kerala, surrendered early this morning.
03 Apr 2016
Melbourne: Indian mining giant Adani today moved one step closer to realising its 21.7 billion dollars coal mine in Australia after the local government granted three mining leases for the controversy-hit project.
23 Apr 2016
Washington: The warring Republican leadership and the Trump campaign appeared to be mending their differences as the party's National Committee chairman Reince Priebus called for unity and slammed those running the 'Never Trump Movement' at the grassroots.
26 Mar 2016
Mumbai: In order to achieve zero discharge of human waste on the tracks, Western Railway (WR) today said it has provided bio-toilets in 468 coaches so far and plans to install more of these in a phased manner.
04 Apr 2016
Melbourne: Adani's controversy-hit 21.7 billion dollars coal mine project in Australia yesterday won three mining leases but the Indian mining giant said a final decision on investment will be taken only after the resolution of "politically-motivated" legal challenges against its plans to build one of the world's largest coal mines.
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.