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India has discussed buying 36 Rafale fighter jets in "fly-away condition" from France, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Friday evening, after a meeting with French President Francois
Taking a step towards fulfilling his party's promise to make Maharashtra toll-free, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today announced the closure of 12 toll plazas in the state while exempting private
Hillary Clinton will announce her second run for the presidency on Sunday, starting her campaign as the Democrats' best hope of fending off a crowded field of lesser-known Republican rivals and
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French president Franois Hollande issued a joint statement today.
Tata Consultancy Services on Thursday said it will give one-time bonus to all eligible employees to mark the 10th anniversary of its initial public offer or IPO. India's biggest outsourcer will give
27-year-old Sangeetha removed her mangalsutra - a sacred thread worn around the neck by married women - after eight years of marriage. "Why don't men wear mangalsutra? Why should women be enslaved
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is running "the most centralised" government ever in India's history, marginalising his Cabinet, BJP, and Lawmakers, former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh today said.
Pakistan People's Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, today, said that party chairman Bilawal Bhutto is being "trained" in London apparently to "grow up", hinting that he may sideline his son
A techie in Mumbai was assaulted allegedly in a case of road rage while his heavily-pregnant wife ducked the attackers, claims a police complaint.
After spending 11 years of his life behind bars, for a crime he never committed, Mr Qayyum has spent the last one year penning a 200-page book recounting his personal account of injustice due to
What triumphs in history - hope or despair? Despair seems to be the obvious answer, given the cycle of hostilities and violent conflicts that has repeated itself from time to time in different parts
Two Indian-origin entrepreneurs have been charged by US authorities with insider trading for allegedly making over a million dollars in illegal profits through the proposed acquisition of Cooper Tire
Since Narendra Modi became Prime Minister last May, he has criticized, or mocked, 'secularists' and secularism in India on two occasions. Strangely, each time while speaking to NRIs on foreign soil.
India is capable of developing Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) which can hit targets well beyond the 10,000 kilometre range, Chairman of Armament Research Board, Defence Research and
Open Letter to Arvind Kejriwal by Prashant Bhushan
The world's attention has rightly been riveted on negotiations aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear program. If and when that deal is made final, America and the other major powers that worked on it -
J.L. Pomeroy has flown long enough to know that there are limits to how obliging she will be to her fellow passengers, especially those who want her seat.
An IAS officer in Haryana has been sent on leave after being accused of sexually abusing a woman.
A top BCCI official was quoted as saying Mustafa Kamal's tirade against N. Srinivasan is perhaps forcing the Indian board to meet and discuss the situation.
Akshaya Tritiya, considered an auspicious day for starting new ventures, has ended up as being a day when Indians splurge on gold and property. Understandably, jewellers and real estate developers
Four Indian cities - Jaipur, New Delhi, Mumbai and Jaisalmer - have emerged as popular choices among globetrotters as these tourist attractions have featured in the TripAdvisor top 25 destination in
Rekha Nagvanshi in Madhya Pradesh was uncovered by her mother-in-law urinating into a tea pot.
Pakistan's Gwadar port which has been taken over by a Chinese firm could guarantee maintenance and supply for China's naval ships in the Indian Ocean after the new Sri Lankan government declined
In a case that is testament both to the ingenuity of people smuggling gold into the country and the tenacity of those tasked with apprehending them, officers of the Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) nabbed
A woman who was learning to drive allegedly ran over a man, who was dragged under the wheels of her car in a west Delhi area on Wednesday.