03 Sep 2016
New Delhi: A senior Air India pilot, prone to extreme mood swings, did an unsafe manouvere with a Delhi-Paris flight carrying over 200 people in April, with the airline grounding the pilot while aviation regulator DGCA is probing the matter.
28 Jun 2011
In a bid to benefit Public Sector Undertakings (PSU), the Central government has put the lives of scores of people at risk as the Union Health and Family Welfare Department has asked various states which have been buying Ayurvedic medicines under AYUSH to purchase them from companies which do not make Ayurvedic medicines. Not only this, the companies have been provided relaxation in the testing of drugs.
12 Dec 2014
New York: College students consider hookah smoking safer than smoking cigarettes as they lack awareness about the risks associated with the former, says a US-based study.
28 Aug 2016
Rome: Italy on Saturday observed a day of national mourning for the people who died when a powerful 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit the mountainous central regions claiming the lives of 291 persons.
18 Oct 2016
Bhubaneswar: A major fire broke out in the ICU and dialysis ward on Monday evening, killing at least 20 patients while many others are reported to be in a critical condition.
21 Aug 2016
Bhopal: Seventeen people have died across Madhya Pradesh in the devastation caused by three days of continuous rain and resultant floods, including building collapses in Sagar and Satna districts, officials said on Saturday.
15 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the focus of his government was to change the lives of the common people, and listed the fast issuance of Aadhaar Cards, passports and income tax refunds as are where much has been achieved.
16 Jun 2016
Washington: Using free livestreaming websites to watch sports and other events online may expose you to various security risks such as malware infections, personal data theft and scams, a new study has warned.
17 Sep 2016
New Delhi: The number of fatalities due to chikungunya complications has risen to 15 in the national capital as two more deaths were reported on Saturday from a hospital in the city which is battling the outbreak of the vector-borne disease.
14 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Chikungunya is taking its toll in Delhi, with at least ten deaths due to the vector-borne disease reported in the last two days, including one on Tuesday in the national capital where its number of cases have climbed to over 1,000 this season.