29 Nov 2015
Kochi: A leader of Kerala Sunni Muslims today urged women from the community to take up the leadership of the oppressed, minority and backward women to "transform the destiny of these destitutes and bring changes for betterment in the country."
28 Nov 2015
Guwahati: The BJP today defended acting Assam Governor Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya's controversial statement 'Hindustan is for Hindus' and hinted that he will not be removed from the state as of now.
27 Nov 2015
Mumbai: Asking companies not to look at corporate governance norms as an encumbrance, Sebi chairman UK Sinha today said the rules are unavoidable in global context and that India's regulatory framework is under close scrutiny by the world.
27 Nov 2015
London: An Indian-origin finance executive in the UK received a hefty 3,731 pounds bill for parking his car for just six hours in central London.
25 Nov 2015
Hyderabad: Wading into the debate on 'intolerance' post Aamir Khan's remarks, AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi today said that Muslims will not leave India under any circumstances as they are Indians 'not only by birth but by choice'.
26 Nov 2015
Nairobi: Pope Francis said today in Kenya, which has seen a spate of attacks by Islamist militants, that dialogue between religions in Africa was essential to teach young people that violence in God's name was unjustified.
24 Nov 2015
Lucknow: The chorus of condemnation of Assam Governor P B Acharya's controversial remarks grew louder today with the BSP and Nagland's Congress unit joining Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi in demanding his immediate dismissal.
24 Nov 2015
New Delhi: UK's Bupa will increase its stake in Indian health insurance venture Max Bupa by 23 percent to 49 percent for Rs 191 crore. Max Bupa is a 74:26 joint venture between Max India and Bupa.
21 Nov 2015
Washington: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump drew rebukes from two White House rivals yesterday for saying he would implement a database to keep track of Muslims in the United States and require them to register in response to the attacks in Paris.
22 Nov 2015
Guwahati: Terming India as the "most tolerant country in the world", Assam Governor Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya today said all Indian-origin people, including Muslims, persecuted in any foreign lands were welcome in the country.