29 Jun 2016
Brussels: Europe's leaders meet today without Britain for the first time following its shock decision to leave the EU, trying to pick up the pieces and prevent further disintegration.
26 Jun 2016
London: Over a million people have signed a petition in the UK calling for a second referendum over the country's EU membership following the shock Brexit vote.
25 Jun 2016
Anantnag: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today won the Anantnag by-election by over 11,000 votes.
23 Jun 2016
Canberra: Australia's British expats could play a vital role in whether or not Britain remains in the European Union (EU), as around 1.2 million British citizens living here are eligible to vote in the landmark referendum today.
24 Jun 2016
London: Millions of Britons yesterday braved rains to cast their vote in the knife-edge referendum to decide whether the country will stay in or leave the 28-nation bloc, even as the latest survey gave the Remain camp its first solid lead in the bitterly-contested poll.
16 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Even though the Presidential election in India is scheduled to take place after one year, but Bhartiya Janata Party has already started counting votes that could support their candidate.
22 Jun 2016
Washington: The heads of the US financial regulatory agencies, including Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, conferred yesterday about the upcoming "Brexit" vote in a regularly scheduled meeting closed to both the public and the press, according to a statement from the Treasury Department.
05 Oct 2015
Kolkata: The BJP in West Bengal today termed as a 'bold step' the State Election Commission's postponement of the counting of votes in last Saturday's violence-marred civic elections.
18 May 2016
New Delhi: Counting of votes for the high stakes Assembly elections in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Puducherry will be held tomorrow morning with trends expected to be available by 11 AM.
17 May 2016
New Delhi: In a setback to BJP which dominated the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the party managed to win only from three seats while the AAP made its debut by winning five seats and the Congress wrested four seats in the bypolls to 13 wards.