22 Oct 2016
Decks were on Saturday cleared for the smooth release of 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' after director Karan Johar accompanied by Mukesh Bhatt met Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis.
22 Oct 2016
Bhubaneswar: Opposition parties intensified their attack on Odisha government even after resignation of State's Health and Family Welfare Minister Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak on Friday.
11 Oct 2016
Indore: It was another superb bowling spell by R Ashwin, who was assisted by some excellent batting effort by Indian batsmen to lead the side to 3-0 whitewash against New Zealand.
10 Oct 2016
Los Angeles: R&B Singer Rihanna has slammed her ex-boyfriends, saying none of her failed relationships are her fault.
21 Oct 2016
New Delhi: In a fresh development in 3 aircraft deal case, CBI on Friday registered an FIR against a UK-based arms dealer for allegedly taking kickbacks worth over USD 5.70 million.
04 Oct 2016
Washington: The White House has announced that it has stopped accepting signatures for a petition that seeks to designate Pakistan as a terrorist state. “The signature campaign has been archived as it did not meet the signature requirements of a state sponsor of terrorism,” said a White House source.
03 Sep 2016
Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn has demanded an investigation against filmmaker Karan Johar, who allegedly paid Kamaal R Khan Rs 25 lakhs to tweet positive about his next film 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' (ADHM) and give negative reviews of Devgn's film 'Shivaay'.
17 Sep 2016
New Delhi: With some staggering records against his name, Ravichandran Ashwin has registered his name into the list of Indian bowlers which features the likes of Anil Kumble, Zaheer Khan, and Kapil Dev. He has become the team's go-to man in crunch situations because of his ability to score runs with the same ease he stops other batsmen from doing so.
03 Oct 2016
New Delhi: In a bid to strengthen ties with the Gulf region, India has invited Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi to be the chief guest at next year's Republic Day celebrations.
07 Sep 2016
Washington: The US has reiterated that it wants accountability from Pakistan on the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that left 166 people dead, but ruled out sanctions on the South Asian country for failing to weed out terrorists.