26 Nov 2015
Bengaluru: Girls of a convent college here embarrassed Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi yesterday by endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pet initiatives Clean India (Swachh Bharat) and Make in India.
26 Nov 2015
Sydney: On the first anniversary of the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, questions are being asked whether cricket administrators have done 'everything humanly possible' to ensure player safety.
23 Nov 2015
New York: Call it an irony but teenage girls with four or more tattoos may show off a higher self-esteem to their friends and relatives but they are also at a high suicide risk, claim researchers.
24 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India today said it will offer dual airbags and anti-lock braking system (ABS) as an option in all variants of Swift and Dzire, including the base variant.
19 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said the opposition parties in Bihar were successful in convincing people that reservation will go and minorities won't be safe if NDA came to power as he sought to decode the NDA debacle in the high-stake poll.
18 Nov 2015
Nigeria: Facebook Inc activated its "Safety Check" feature after deadly blasts in Nigeria late on Tuesday following criticism from users that the social media network was being selective about deploying it.
16 Nov 2015
New York: Facing criticism for activating its 'Safety Check' feature in the wake of the Paris terror attack and not for other bombing incidents, Facebook has decided to use the tool more often in conflicts globally.
16 Nov 2015
Rio de Janeiro: A top Brazilian security official has promised to 'guarantee absolute peace' at the Rio Olympics, despite safety fears after last week's massacre claimed by Islamist militants in Paris.
15 Nov 2015
Sao Paulo: Formula One will honour the victims of the Paris attacks with drivers at the Brazilian Grand Prix wearing black armbands and taking part in a pre-planned minute's silence for road traffic victims.
20 Nov 2015
Washington: FBI Director James Comey said yesterday there was no credible threat of an attack on U.S. soil similar to the ones last week in Paris and that his agency had taken terrorism investigations 'up a notch'.