29 Sep 2015
New York: Social media giant Facebook has said it's important to get the debate on Net neutrality 'right' in India as the country is home to the world's largest population of the 'unconnected'.
05 Oct 2015
New Delhi: After hours of fasting on the day, look perky in the right make-up on Karva Chauth this year. The occasion, during which many married women in northern India keep a fast from the sunrise to the moonrise for their husband's long life and well-being, falls on October 30 this time.
01 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Undisclosed foreign assets amounting to Rs 3,770 crore were disclosed in 638 declarations before the one-time black money compliance window that closed yesterday, an issue on which political sparring started immediately.
01 Oct 2015
Panaji: A confident looking Goa are keen to have the right start when they take on Hyderabad today in their first four-day Ranji trophy Group C match at Goa Cricket Academy ground at Porvorim.
22 Sep 2015
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said he was ready for any debate on 'jungle raj' bogey while asserting he was giving 100 percent guarantee that rule of law would prevail without any pressure from any quarter.
19 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Munch on cashews, berries and chocolate to counter the ill-effects of an unhealthy lifestyle, says an expert. Here is a list of stress-busting food items:
19 Sep 2015
VIENNA: Austria reserves the right to deny entry to migrants if they do not want to apply for asylum, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said on Friday, an apparent hardening of its stance as Hungary brought hundreds of refugees towards the border.
05 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The government today announced acceptance of the long-pending demand for 'One Rank One Pension' but the ex-servicemen who have been on agitation rejected the key details of the decision and said their 84-day long stir will continue.
04 Sep 2015
New Delhi: After a three-day 'coordination' meeting with the top brass of the government and the BJP, the RSS today said the Modi government was moving in the right direction with commitment and dedication and rejected criticism that it was acting like a 'remote control'.
25 Aug 2015
New Delhi: CBSE has invited students from across the country to join a debate on capital punishment, weeks after Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon's hanging reignited the issue.