28 May 2016
London: Manchester United today anointed Jose Mourinho as their new manager to launch a third bid in less than three years to transform the Red Devils into a title-winning force again.
18 May 2016
New Delhi: China today denied that it was blocking India's bid for a membership in elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and said it will "work" with the members of the 48-nation grouping as well as India to find a solution for India's entry into it.
23 Apr 2016
United Nations: India yesterday signed the historic Paris climate agreement here along with more than 170 nations, marking a significant step that has brought together developing and developed nations for beginning work on cutting down greenhouse gas emissions to combat global warming.
25 May 2016
New Delhi: Indian Super League side NorthEast United Football Club today announced the roping in of five players, including senior goalkeeper Subrata Paul, for the third season of the ISL this year.
24 May 2016
London: Jose Mourinho is on the verge of fulfilling his dream of managing Manchester United after Louis van Gaal's troubled two-year reign at Old Trafford came to a bitter end.
06 Apr 2016
Beijing: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will visit China later this month to strengthen military ties despite strains in bilateral relations over Beijing's move to block India's attempts in the UN to clamp a ban on Pakistan- based terror group JeM chief Masood Azhar.
05 Apr 2016
United Nations: New Zealand's former prime minister Helen Clark has entered the race to be the next UN secretary-general, touting her decades of leadership as she aims to become the first woman to head the world body.
17 May 2016
Manchester: Manchester United blamed a security contractor yesterday over a dummy bomb that caused the abandonment of Sunday's final Premier League game against Bournemouth and left the club facing a multi-million-pound bill.
11 Dec 2015
Geneva: United Nations humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien will go to Syria this weekend to meet senior government officials to discuss how to boost aid to 13.5 million people in need of assistance following intensified fighting and military operations, a statement today.
12 Mar 2016
Geneva: South Sudan lets fighters rape women as payment, the UN rights office said yesterday, describing the country as "one of the most horrendous human rights situations in the world."