23 Feb 2015
London: A former police officer and Chelsea fan apologised for his involvement in an alleged racist incident involving football supporters on a Paris Metro train.
22 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Country's largest border guarding force BSF has made a strong pitch for a special 'border service' pay for its men stating the troops are deployed well ahead of the Army along international borders and they face the "first brunt" of an enemy attack.
04 Feb 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked farmers of villages in Noida, Greater Noida and Noida Extension as to how they could seek restoration of their land after they accepted compensation for parting with it.
23 Feb 2015
New Delhi: In a bid to boost fixed line phone connections in the country, telecom regulator Trai on Monday removed charges that a landline service provider has to pay to the other service providers for transmitting its customers' phone calls - a move that is likely to lead to lower tariffs.
21 Feb 2015
London: Chelsea announced they had suspended two more people from the club's Stamford Bridge stadium on Friday as their investigation into the Paris Metro racism incident gathered pace.
20 Feb 2015
New Delhi: You must be breathing "unacceptable levels" of toxic air in Delhi as the national capital city is literally gasping because of skyrocketing levels of air pollution, according to a new data.
22 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Alstom has been awarded two contracts worth over 65 million euro (over Rs 465 crore) from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to supply signalling, telecom and electrification solutions for the new Kochi metro line.
17 Feb 2015
Bhopal: Congress attacked Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on the issue of MPPEB scam alleging the original excel sheet seized from a computer was tampered with to shield him and his family and demanded his resignation.
21 Jan 2015
Greater Noida: Commmuters using Yamuna expressway will have to shell out more money as the Uttar Pradesh government has hiked the toll rates for Taj Expressway which connects the National Capital Region to Agra.
06 Feb 2015
New York: As blended families become more common, stepfathers with multiple parenting roles are at higher risk of depression, says a study. Depression risk increases for both men and women when the number of parenting roles they hold increases and some stepfathers experience the highest stress levels, the findings showed.