22 May 2015
Bangkok: The Myanmar authorities have launched the first naval operation to save an estimated 6,000 to 8,000 migrants stranded in the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, media reported on Friday.
20 May 2015
Patna: Muslims in Bihar, in a stellar demonstration of communal harmony, have donated land to help build the world's largest Hindu temple which will have the capacity to seat a staggering 20,000 people.
18 May 2015
Dohuk (Iraq): A spokesman for the Governor of Iraq's Anbar province said on Monday about 500 people, both civilians and Iraqi soldiers, are estimated to have been killed over the past few days as the city of Ramadi fell to the Islamic State group.
11 May 2015
Mahoba: Adopting a novel way of making an appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Muslims in Bundelkhand are writing to him in Sanskrit demanding establishment of an All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here.
13 May 2015
Karachi: In a brazen assault, gunmen donning police uniforms attacked a bus carrying Shia Ismaili community members and shot the passengers in the head, killing at least 47 people in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi, the latest in a series of terror attacks targeting minorities.
09 May 2015
London: Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday won a stunning majority in Britain, disproving predictions of a terribly hung parliament and was on course to forming a single party government ending a brief coalition era.
08 May 2015
London: Britain's Conservative Party and the Labour Party on Friday were competing closely to garner an overall majority in General Election held on Thursday.
07 May 2015
London: The UK went to polls on Thursday with incumbent Prime Minister David Cameron's bid for a second term on knife-edge as his ruling Conservative Party was locked in a tense electoral battle with the opposition Labour in the country's closest election in decades.
03 May 2015
London: Besides the closest election battle, the May 7 general election in Britain is also set to go down in history as the one with the most Indian flavour.
07 May 2015
New Delhi: Against the backdrop of criticism over minority issues, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asserted that his government "will not tolerate or accept" any discrimination based on caste, creed and religion and that there was no place for "imaginary apprehensions" on rights of minorities.