25 Mar 2015
New Delhi: History is witness to a plethora of events and not all the days passed were same. There were some days marked with additional prominence because of the events and moments they hosted. The world at some points have been overwhelmed with grief, tragedy, felicity, freedom and remorse. Let's take a look on the events that made an impact across the world.
07 Jun 2012
Controversial duo Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk will meet with Swimming Australia (SAL) officials to explain their actions after being forced to remove pictures of themselves posing with guns on their social media accounts.
21 Feb 2015
London: Nearly 700 species of marine animal are threatened by man-made debris such as plastic and glass, according to a new global study. Researchers at Plymouth University in UK found evidence of 44,000 animals and organisms becoming entangled in, or swallowing debris, from reports recorded from across the world.
11 Jun 2012
Australian swimmers Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk will not be able to use social media during the London Games after angering the country's Olympic Committee (AOC) by posting photos of themselves with guns on their accounts last week.
25 Oct 2014
New Delhi: A commemorative postage stamp on Sri Lankan Buddhist monk Anagarika Dharmapala, who is credited to have revived Buddhism in India in the 19th century, was released here on Saturday by President Pranab Mukherjee.
28 Jun 2014
Leh: Thuksey Rinpoche, a monk from Ladakh, was sent to Darjeeling when he was two years old and later to Bhutan for his further studies. Rinpoche did not know Ladakhi and his native culture but he credits local films for teaching him the language and traditions.
19 Sep 2014
Beijing: Buoyed by his visit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state Gujarat, Chinese President Xi Jinping in a reciprocal gesture invited him to his hometown Xian, where the famous Buddhist monk Hiuen Tsang spent his last years after his return from India some 2,000 years ago.
09 Dec 2012
Grappling with recurring suicides by Tibetans protesting Chinese rule, police in China have detained a Buddhist monk and his nephew accusing them of inciting a series of self-immolations on the "instructions" of the Dalai Lama and his followers in India.
13 Jul 2013
A Buddhist monk is on hunger strike in Bihar's Bodh Gaya town to demand special security arrangements at the revered Mahabodhi temple following the July 7 serial bomb blasts that left two people injured.
28 Feb 2013
In a crackdown against people allegedly involved in inciting self-immolation protests in Tibet, Chinese police have arrested five Tibetans, including a 21-year-old Buddhist monk, for trying to motivate three people to set themselves ablaze.