01 Sep 2015
Bangkok: A second foreign national believed to be the 'primary suspect' in Thailand's deadliest bombing at a Brahma temple here has been arrested at a checkpost on the Cambodian border, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha announced today.
19 Aug 2015
Bangkok: Thailand's Erawan Brahma temple, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bangkok, was reopened today for worshippers and tourists three days after a blast at the shrine killed 20 people, as police intensified their hunt for a suspect believed to be the bomber.
31 Aug 2015
Damascus: The Islamic State (IS) militants destroyed parts of a famous ancient Roman temple in the historic city of Palmyra in central Syria, a monitor group reported yesterday.
28 Aug 2015
Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh High Court has issued notice to the state government over caste discrimination in the ancient Maheshwari Devi Temple in Shimla district.
28 Aug 2015
Bodh Gaya: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who was in Bihar on the invitation of his counterpart Nitish Kumar visited the Bodh Gaya temple here yesterday and offered prayers.
26 Aug 2015
Ranchi: On the lines of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam, the Baidyanath Dham shrine in state's Deoghar district will have its own temple authority, to oversee its running, Jharkhand government said today.
24 Aug 2015
Mathura: The famous Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan has been receiving hundreds of thousands of rakhis from woman devotees across the country on the eve Raksha Bandhan.
24 Aug 2015
Damascus: Islamic State militants yesterday blew up the temple of Baal Shamin, one of the most important sites in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra, said Maamoun Abdul Karim, the country's antiquities chief.
03 Aug 2015
Sydney: An inquest into the apparent suicide of renowned cricket writer Peter Roebuck in South Africa four years ago is set to be reopened, his former employer reported Monday.
25 Aug 2015
Varanasi: A 105-year-old Urdu copy of Shri Ramcharitmanas has been found from a scrap market in New Delhi. The copy of Shri Ramcharitmanas, printed in Urdu way back in 1910 at Lahore, was found in a pile of torn books three years ago in a scrap market at Hauz Khas in New Delhi and was bought only for Rs 600 by the Sankat Mochan temple priest family.