19 Apr 2015
Mumbai: With Chinese growth slowing down to multi-decadal low, India will lead the world steel output growth, which is expected to touch 2,000 million tonnes by the turn of 2030 clipping at 25 percent from 2014, according to an industry body.
17 Apr 2015
Ottawa: Canada's Green party has expressed serious concern over the country's multi-million dollar uranium deal with India, saying the agreement is a direct violation of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
16 Apr 2015
Washington: A device that bears a striking resemblance to the fictional robot in Star Wars film series known as R2-D2 can clean a hospital room just as well as a human being and prevent the spread of "superbugs", says an Indian-origin researcher.
14 Apr 2015
Mumbai: While shooting for some outdoor sequences for 'Jodha Akbar', TV actor Rajat Tokas, who portrays Akbar in the historical magnum opus, was rushed to hospital after he suffered a heat stroke. But now he's well and back on the sets.
08 Apr 2015
New Delhi: India's steel production rose by 7.9 percent to 88.12 million tonnes last fiscal compared with the previous year, according to a report.
12 Apr 2015
Panama City: Hillary Clinton would make a fine US president, Barack Obama told reporters on the eve of the expected launch of her candidacy for the Democratic Party's nod in 2016.
08 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Sixty-five year old Subhasini Devi was born to a poor farmer couple in West Bengal. She was married at an early age of 12. Subhasini Devi's destiny put her in difficulty and left her in deep grief when she lost her husband at the age of 23 due to lack of adequate medical treatment. The incident prompted her to build a hospital for poor patients. The hospital is situated at Kalagachia Road, Hanspukur, Joka, Kolkata, West Bengal.
05 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Actor Ranveer Singh was on Sunday discharged from a hospital after undergoing a shoulder surgery, which he hurt during a film's shoot. Ranveer, 29, who was admitted to the hospital on Saturday morning, was tweeting life from the operation theatre.
24 Mar 2015
New Delhi:The government is likely to set production target of 550 million tonnes (MT) for Coal India for next financial year even as it is likely to miss the goal for the current fiscal.
09 Apr 2015
Burdwan: Another farmer allegedly committed suicide here by consuming pesticide after failing to get remunerative price for his crops and also due to crop damage in unseasonal rains, taking the total number of farmer suicide in the district to 12 and in the state to 16.