03 Aug 2015
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family yesterday escaped unharmed when a private vehicle came close to his car, breaching the Premier's convoy.
02 Aug 2015
Rio de Janerio: Athletes, coaches and organizers at a major test event for next year's Olympic Games shrugged off a simmering dispute over safety at watersports venues by diving into the controversial waters off Copacabana Beach on Saturday.
01 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The air quality status at Delhi's five out of nine air quality monitoring stations was today labelled as 'moderate' which can create breathing discomfort to the people with lung, asthma and heart diseases.
30 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Cleaning of river Ganga is expected to be completed by 2020, by which time desired results of initiatives taken up for the purpose will be visible, the government has said.
27 Jul 2015
Washington: Automaker Fiat Chrysler is about to be hit with a record USD 105 million fine for lapses in recalls of its vehicles, the Wall Street Journal reported today.
24 Jul 2015
New Delhi: To check the black money menace, the Supreme Court-appointed SIT today called for effective norms to curb betting in cricket and a stronger set of norms for P-Notes, while also making a case for bringing donations to educational and religious bodies under tax net.
18 Jul 2015
New Delhi: In view of growing instances of safety lapses, aviation regulator DGCA will carry out a one-time surveillance of all airlines to ensure that they are complying with all safety norms during flight operations.
17 Jul 2015
New Delhi: It is commonly believed that sneezing is a sign of bad omen. But, it is not always the case. Sometimes, sneezing styles can make you laugh at loud even in a bad mood. In order to make your weekend more happening, here, we bring you a compilation of funny sneezes in different styles and tones, that too from animals.
20 Jul 2015
New Delhi: The national capital remains world's most polluted city despite some recent restrictions imposed by AAP government and NGT (Nation Green Tribunal).
07 Apr 2015
New Delhi: People across India can now track the quality of air they breathe with the click of a button! Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched a National Air Quality Index (AQI), which will monitor the quality of air in major urban centres across the country on a real-time basis.