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While being critical about the growing private car population in Mumbai, Anthony Foxx said there is a need to strengthen public transport and encourage “green” cars in any metropolis.
Two Air India pilots were derostered on Monday after a scuffle between the two in the cockpit of a plane just before its departure from Jaipur over a minor issue of the captain addressing his deputy
Yazidi women released by Isis this week were gang-raped in public by fighters and tortured by their captors, according to distressing accounts of their ordeals.
A geologist in Jerusalem claims to have found “virtually unequivocal evidence” that could reopen the controversy over the final resting place of Jesus Christ.
Just as Pakistan was celebrating the launch of Chinese investments worth $46 billion in the country, the militant organization, Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), on Monday claimed to have successfully
A private firm employee was allegedly attacked by an autorickshaw driver here when she refused his demand for extra fare.
The chief secretary-led committee has confirmed numerous errors and omissions in the draft Development Plan 2034
A local metropolitan magistrate court on Monday gave "a last chance" to actor Saif Ali Khan to appear before the court on the next date of hearing in a 2012 assault case.
A 29-year-old former air hostess was allegedly murdered by her husband at their flat in Ramanthapur on Sunday night. The victim, Ritu Uppal, was the wife of one Sachin Uppal, owner of an electrical
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to Indian diaspora at Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, the Canadian PM Stephen Harper on Thursday announced that Indians will be given visa on arrival in
"The farmer is India's backbone. The farmer gave us green revolution, because he was provided with the idea of MSP," Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha said.
The mass killing of 20 Tamil Nadu tribals in Seshachalam forests in Andhra Pradesh by a special task force has triggered a war of words between leaders of the two states. But AIADMK matriarch J
Parishioners of the heritage Gloria Church at Byculla are shocked that the structure has not been marked in the draft Development Plan 2034, and a road widening project has been proposed around it
Describing nuclear-armed Pakistan as "unquestionably the biggest concern" to stability in South Asia, a leading US daily today said the world powers that worked on the Iran deal should now turn their
Universities in the city have taken chicken and egg off their student mess menu following the bird flu outbreak, despite medical advice against such a move.
The nearly USD one billion worth of attack helicopters, missiles and other defense equipment being sold to Pakistan by the US will end up being used in the fight against India instead of being
hould Jews apologize to Germany for their persecution? Bollywood actor Anupam Kher said when asked about the statement made by independent MLA from Kashmir, Engineer Rashid, who said Kashmiri pandits
One of the coaches of Olympic boxing champion Mary Kom, Hemlata Gupta, was allegedly beaten up by the staff of a restaurant in Udaipur.
Congress is finding it hard to defend a long holiday taken by Rahul Gandhi, and some seniors in the party are questioning whether he is interested in politics.
When Luis Martinez, public affairs officer with Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, US, spoke last week about a secret investigation into one of the largest art theft scandals in America,
A Cathay Pacific pilot due to fly more than 260 passengers from London to Hong Kong was arrested at Heathrow Airport here for allegedly possessing knives.
Pakistan's former president and co-chairman of opposition PPP Asif Ali Zardari has met with his estranged son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in Dubai to end misunderstandings between the two, party officials
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday justified AAP's decision to expel dissident leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from top party posts, saying limits were "crossed" and
The city records more road accidents than any other metropolis in the country — 9,705 accidents left 1,247 people dead and 8,700 injured in 2013 — and police officers, experts and regular road
The murder of a 62-year-old Kurla resident, whose body was found in Neral last month, has taken a new twist. Police claimed the suspected killer had used a woman to lure the deceased Laxminarayan