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The Samajwadi Janata Dal today protested over the issue of black money and unemployment in New Delhi's Jantar Mantar.
The group of political parties preparing to come together as the "Samajwadi Janata Dal" today launched their first big offensive against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government, mocking him
The partner of Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis had her bail revoked today after Australian authorities requested a review amid public anger that the pair were on the streets.
Tata Group-owned Vistara, which takes to the skies next month, today unveiled the first look of its cabin. With Delhi as its hub, Vistara will initially offer flights to Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
China Sends 700 Peacekeepers to South Sudan  (22 December 02:02 pm) 
Chinese state media have reported that China will send 700 troops to South Sudan as part of the country's first infantry battalion to participate in a United Nations peacekeeping mission.
A US Navy helicopter has crashed during a training mission in the Gulf state of Kuwait, slightly injuring three crew members, the Bahrain-based Naval Forces Central Command said today.
Family members of 43 missing Mexican students said on Sunday they would continue pressing for answers over the fate of their sons throughout the holidays.
A PM who refuses to face the House, writes Mani Shankar Aiyar.
The house where an Australian mother allegedly killed eight children, most of them her own, will likely be demolished in keeping with indigenous culture to make way for a memorial, a government
Responding to a query from the Prime Minister's Office, the Law Ministry has said it cannot get information from Switzerland on black or untaxed money stashed by Indians in accounts before May, 2011.
Rajya Sabha today adopted a resolution condemning the bail granted to Mumbai terror attack accused Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi and asked Pakistan to ensure that no perpetrator of any terrorist activity
India-Pakistan in the Time of Hashtags  (22 December 12:46 pm) 
How people connected in 140 characters or less by Rishi Majumder.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was accused today of craving "a world where men do the big jobs and women do the ironing" after saying his biggest achievement for females was reducing household
India were at the receiving end of at least five contentious calls in the first two Tests, both of which the visitors lost, prompting Mahendra Singh Dhoni to state that umpiring could certainly
Detained former Philippines president Gloria Arroyo will be allowed home for Christmas after a court decided to show "compassion" ahead of Pope Francis's visit to the country next month.
Reports quoting sources said that Premji Invest is likely to purchase 1 per cent stake in HDFC Standard Life Insurance for Rs 185 crore, valuing the insurer at Rs 18,500 crore.
India is offering to set up an insurance pool to indemnify global nuclear suppliers against liability in the case of a nuclear accident, in a bid to unblock billions of dollars in trade held up by
Most of his Columbia friends have dropped him along the way, he says.
An elderly woman died this morning as a stampede broke out at a post office in Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh, where several retired people had gathered to get themselves registered for pension.
Beijing has pledged to provide medical treatment and a living allowance for an HIV-positive 8-year-old boy who was last week threatened with expulsion from his village, state media reported today.
A united opposition today said the government is following "an unacceptable agenda" of trying to convert Muslims and Christians to Hinduism. In the Rajya Sabha or Upper House, which was paralysed all
A united opposition today said the government is following "an unacceptable agenda" of trying to convert Muslims and Christians to Hinduism. In the Rajya Sabha or Upper House, which was paralysed all
An Australian mother charged with killing eight children will have her case heard in January, a court said today, as she struggles to come to terms with what happened.
The government will try today to push its big reform, the Insurance Bill, in the Rajya Sabha, where a united opposition has used its superior numbers for days to hold up proceedings as it attacks the
3 countries, including India, missed vital clues left by Lashkar technology chief.