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No talks planned with Pakistan: India  
IANS
Kathmandu : India Wednesday said there was "no structured meeting" planned between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani co ... More
Today’s Match @ 1 PM : Ban vs Zim 3rd ODI : Live Scores updates  
Worldsnap Staff
Mirpur : Zimbabwe won the toss and chose to bowl first against Bangladesh in 3rd One Day International (ODI) at here on Wednesday. ... More
Modi speaks of Mumbai attack anniversary at Saarc  
IANS
Kathmandu  :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesda ... More
Modi arrives in Kathmandu  
IANS
Kathmandu  :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived ... More
Sensex makes gains; FMCG stocks rise  
IANS
Mumbai  :  A day after it plunged 162 points or 0.57 percent, a benchmark index of Indian equities markets was trading 79.12 points ... More
BJP leader shot dead in Bihar, violent protests follow  
IANS
Patna  :  A senior state BJP leader, Srikant Bharti was shot dead in Bihar's Siwan district, triggering violent protests Monday by ... More

Sports News

26-30 Nov ’14 : Pak vs NZ 3rd Test : Live Score Updates

Sharjah : Pakistan won the toss and choose to bat first against New Zealand in 3rd Test of the series here. ...Read More

Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes struck by bouncer, critical

Sydney  : Australian batsman Phillip Hughes is in a critical condition after being struck by a bouncer during a domestic first class match here Tuesday. The So ...Read More

Virat’s first reaction on doing film with anushka sharma

Virat's first reaction on doing film with anushka sharma
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National News

Must strengthen cooperation with Unesco: Smriti Irani

Must strengthen cooperation with Unesco: Smriti Irani
New Delhi  :  Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani Monday emphasised on strengthening cooperation with the Unesco across all its areas of competence. In a meeting wit ...Read More

State News

Seven killed in Himachal bus accident

Seven killed in Himachal bus accident
Shimla : Seven people, including two women, were killed Sunday when a privately-owned mini-bus rolled down a gorge in Himachal Pradesh’s Sirmaur district, police s ...Read More


International News

Boko Haram kills 48 Nigerian fishermen

Abuja : Members of Nigeria’s armed terrorist group Boko Haram have killed 48 people in an attack on fish sellers near the border with Chad, a media report said Sun ...Read More

Modi’s visit to Janakpur in Nepal axed

Modi's visit to Janakpur in Nepal axed
Kathmandu : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s planned visit to Janakpur, revered as the land of goddess Sita in Hindu mythology, has been cancelled, it was an ...Read More

Sri Lanka announces 2015 presidential election

Colombo : Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa Thursday signed the proclamation declaring the presidential election next year, the president’s office said. T ...Read More

Entertainment News

Virat-Anushka not in YRF’s next film

Virat-Anushka not in YRF's next film
Fans of Indian cricketer Virat Kohli are in for a disappointment as he won’t be making his film debut opposite his rumoured girlfriend and actress Anushka Sharma ...Read More

Ranbir kapoor-deepika padukone start tamasha in shimla!

Ranbir kapoor-deepika padukone start tamasha in shimla!
Tamasha” is the most anticipated movies of 2015. Directed by Imtiaz Ali, it has Ranbhir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles of the movie. The first schedul ...Read More

Business News

Sensex, Nifty hit record high

Sensex, Nifty hit record high
Mumbai : A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Friday closed trading 267.07 points or 0.95 percent up after hitting a re ...Read More

Congress questions SBI loan to Adani

The Congress Thursday questioned the State Bank of India’s “propriety” in giving a loan of $1 billion to the Adani group for the development of t ...Read More

City News

BSF recovers five kg heroin in Punjab

BSF recovers five kg heroin in Punjab
Chandigarh : Border Security Force (BSF) troopers recovered five kg of heroin along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab, a BSF s ...Read More

Two Manipuri students found dead in Delhi

New Delhi : Two Manipuri students, including a PhD scholar and a Delhi University (DU) student, were found dead at their separa ...Read More

Blog/Opinion/Featured News

Why mentally ill women in India remain homeless

Re-uniting wandering mentally ill women with their families is ironically the reason why many of them end up homeless again, says an award-winning study by an Indian-American resea ...Read More

Smartphone? No, it’s gun in your pocket!

It looks like a smartphone tucked in your pocket, but the Taurus Curve is a gun with a laser target system and holds seven .380 calibre bullets. The $392 (Rs.24,410) gun designe ...Read More

Sci-Tech News

Scientists unveil novel 3D printing method

In a first, Chinese scientists have developed a new conceptual liquid-phase 3D printing method with “ink” consisting of a metal alloy that has a melting point slightly above room t ...Read More

Health News

Pre-birth mutation in men can lead to cancer

Researchers have identified a protein mutation in some males before birth that can lead to the development of testicular cancer as well as other less life-threatening challenges. ...Read More

Education News

Bihar madarsa bans admission for girls

Nalanda : An Islamic religious school – madarsa – in Bihar has banned admission for girls as there is no separate sitting arrangement for them in the campus. [v ...Read More

LifeStyle News

Men evolve navigation skills to have more sex: Study

Researchers have found evidence that men evolved better navigation ability than women to engage in increased sexual activities because men with better spatial skills – the ability ...Read More