10 Mar 2014
New Delhi: Taking a cue from the mass devastation and destruction caused by flash floods and landslides last year in Uttarakhand, the government has brought in the use of technology to make things easier for the pilgrims, who will leave for Kedarnath this year.
06 Mar 2014
New Delhi: Delhi has been pegged as the most unsafe city in the country, for the second time in a row, by women travellers, a recent survey has found. Kolkata and Jaipur have been ranked second and third most unsafe cities respectively.
22 Feb 2014
Kolkata: Actress Madhuri Dixit, who plays an empowered woman in her forthcoming "Gulaab Gang", believes that in order to ensure women's safety, the government should form policies that are in sync with time.
19 Feb 2014
Mumbai: The head of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) called for more collaboration among regulators to improve drug quality and safety as she wrapped up a visit to India after recent import bans on drugs from a handful of plants in the country.
19 Feb 2014
Boston: French aerospace engine maker Snecma, a unit of Safran, was attacked by hackers who exploited vulnerability in Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer, according to a computer security researcher.
17 Feb 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday sought response from Centre and Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) on implementation of safety guidelines issued by it for Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu.
02 Sep 2013
New Delhi: A new mobile phone application that aims to help report sexual harassment to authorities would be pilot-tested by girl students of Jamia Millia Islamia on Monday, an official said.
10 Feb 2014
Patna: In a tradition that is more than four decades old, girls in a Bihar village wear the 'janeu' or the sacred thread, which is otherwise the preserve of men or boys.
15 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Under fire over repeated attacks in the city on people from North-East region, Delhi Police on Saturday announced a slew of steps including setting up of a new unit and a helpline number to address any grievance faced by them.
11 Feb 2014
Toronto: Young girls with mental illness are three times more likely to become teenage parents than those without a major mental illness, according to a research.