24 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Moisturise well as it gives your face a natural softness and instead of foundation, use a non-oily BB cream to get the natural make-up look, says an expert. A cosmetologist has shared five simple make-up tips for getting the perfect natural look.
10 Nov 2015
Mumbai: Shares of IndiGo's parent InterGlobe Aviation today debuted at Rs 856, a premium of nearly 12 percent over the issue price of Rs 765 per share.
09 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Inflows into equity mutual funds continued for a record 18th month in October with Rs 6,269 crore (around USD 964 million) flowing into various schemes. Besides, domestic Mutual Funds have logged in the highest net buying of USD 9 billion in the first 10 months of this year.
02 Nov 2015
London: Star Indian boxer Vijender Singh, who has forayed into the professional arena, was felicitated by the Haryana Association here on the occasion of Haryana Day in South Hall.
09 Nov 2015
Rajkot: Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) has welcomed the BCCI's decision to consider its stadium at Khandheri village near the Rajkot city as an international Test match center.
13 Nov 2015
Chandigarh: President Pranab Mukherjee has given assent to cow protection bill which was passed by the state Assembly earlier this year, Harayana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said yesterday.
05 Nov 2015
New Delhi: The biggest strength of Make in India is 'human capital', said Prime Minister Narendra Modi today at the launch of 'Imprint India'.
08 Nov 2015
Mumbai: Sweeping reforms to revive its battered image, including the appointment of an ombudsman and former Chief N Srinivasan's future as ICC President will dominate the agenda when the BCCI holds its 85th Annual General Meeting here tomorrow.
07 Nov 2015
New Delhi: IIT council has formed a committee to bring out changes in the entrance examination pattern for 2017 including setting up of a National Testing Service to facilitate in conducting the Joint Entrance Examination for four lakh appearing students.
07 Nov 2015
London: Challenging the common perception, a new study has found that children from religious families were selfish and more likely to support harsher punishments than their counterparts from a non-religious background.