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Four days after a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, the country's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said that the number of dead could be 10,000. India has helped evacuate from Nepal 170 nationals
Britain's Nepalese community will hold prayers at London's iconic Trafalgar Square for those affected in the devastating earthquake which has killed over 4,000 people in Nepal.
If you are in despair about the tragedy in Nepal, come down to the Nepalese Embassy in Delhi. The kindness of the many, many people who have reached out in this time of need, is bound to warm your
The government could consider possible sale of DRDO-developed products and systems like radars, missiles and torpedoes to friendly countries, the Parliament was told today.
A joint effort to combat terror dominated talks during Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's first official visit to India, seven months after he was sworn in. His visit was delayed by a few hours because
Swine flu has claimed the lives of 2,335 people across the country till April 21 and although World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared the pandemic to be over, it has said that the virus would
All of the climbers who had been stranded at camps high up Mount Everest by a huge earthquake and avalanches have been helicoptered to safety, mountaineers reported from base camp on Tuesday.
Nine drug traffickers held emotional farewell meetings with their families at an Indonesian prison on Tuesday, after Jakarta rejected last-ditch pleas from around the world for clemency and ordered
Atiya Bose's take on the new Juvenile Justice Bill which is to be tabled in the Parliament.
The National Green Tribunal today issued an order stating that anyone burning garbage, leaves, plastic, rubber or any other polluting material, in public spaces in Delhi and its suburbs, will be
All Lok Sabha members, who have agreed to donate a month's salary towards relief work for those hit by the quake in Nepal and India, were today asked to contribute the money to the Prime Minister's
Domestic carriers, including Jet Airways and Air India, received 132 complaints of staff misbehaviour in the first two months of this year, Rajya Sabha was informed today.
Bihar truckers and bus operators today decided to defer their one-day strike on April 30 against the Centre's Transport Safety Bill and collection of toll tax on 49 bridges by the Bihar government
Railways have made arrangements to facilitate transportation of families of those hit by the devastating earthquake in Nepal.
The US space agency has launched an ambitious project to hunt for signs of life beyond our solar system.
Nearly 100 buses of the Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation are queued up at the bus stand, and luggage is being loaded on them, batch by batch. A first batch of five buses, carrying
On camera, the woman - who seemed to have spotted her son dressed in black and wearing a ski mask preparing to join the riots - is seen screaming, "Get over here, now."
The Indian community today mourned the death of avid mountaineer Renu Fotedar, who became the first Australian killed on Mount Everest in the avalanche triggered by the devastating 7.9-magnitude
The United States of America has praised India's leadership role in helping earthquake-hit Nepal and persons of different nationalities stranded in war-ravaged Yemen.
India, on Tuesday pressed six more teams of NDRF personnel into its relief and rescue operations in Nepal as the Himalayan country struggles to cope in the grim aftermath of the deadly earthquake
Jitender Singh Tomar, the law minister in Delhi, is in trouble after the Delhi High Court was told on Monday that there is no record of his law degree.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi remains the third most followed world leader on the micro-blogging site Twitter while External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is the most followed foreign
China's foreign ministry said today that it was "extremely concerned" after leaders of Southeast Asian countries expressed worry about land reclamation and navigational freedom in the disputed South
At a 12-bed hospital deep in Nepal's Himalayan mountains, Indian Air Force helicopters bring in the casualties of a devastating earthquake that has killed more than 4,000: injured men, women and
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi boarded a train to Punjab at the New Delhi Railway station today. He will visit Khanna and Gobindgarh, called the "grain bowl" of Punjab, to take stock of the