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Pope Francis\'s habit of picking up the phone and cold calling people who write to him is landing the Vatican in hot water and spokesman Federico Lombardi has had enough.
The firm which owns, operates and manages hotels, palaces and resorts, is likely to hive off the properties into separate entities and sell 74 per cent stake to a foreign investor. Leela will retain
India\'s cultural capital has been transformed this election season into its political headquarters. Today, Narendra Modi, the BJP\'s prime ministerial candidate, filed his nomination in Varanasi. That
Rainfall is expected to be 95 percent of the long-term average, with a margin for error of plus or minus 5 percent, during the June-to-September season, it said in a statement.
As Narendra Modi filed his nomination papers in Varanasi today with a spectacular roadshow preceding it, Sonia Gandhi was taking him on in Gujarat, his home turf.
Students in the city hit hardest by the South Korean ferry disaster returned to classes Thursday, their school campus a tragic landscape of yellow ribbons, chrysanthemums and photos of classmates and
The Congress President has listed these bonds among her assets and investments in the latest election affidavit.
#GetInked is trending in Mumbai on Twitter. #mumbaivotes is on the India Trends list. But till 1 in the afternoon, only about 25% voters in Maximum City had reached polling booths to vote in the
The tiny Pacific republic of the Marshall Islands, scene of massive U.S. nuclear tests in the 1950s, sued the United States and eight other nuclear-armed countries including India on Thursday.
He alleged that the \'Gujarat government has no regard for women as they get their phones tapped\'.
Barack Obama on Thursday came face to face with Japan\'s newest sporting phenomenon -- an eerily realistic humanoid robot which can run, jump and enjoy a kick-around with the president of the United
French President Francois Hollande will soon visit Georgia as Paris seeks to boost ties with the pro-Western ex-Soviet country, his foreign minister said on Thursday.
US President Barack Obama today vowed to defend Japan if China attacks over a tense territorial dispute, but also urged Beijing to help stop North Korea from forging ahead with its \"dangerous\"
South Korean prosecutors said on Thursday that they had raided shipping safety watchdogs as part of expanded investigations following the sinking of a ferry last week in which more than 300 people
Nine-month-old Prince George is already having a big effect on some fashion businesses.
India will set up seven more visa processing centers across Malaysia after a new ruling that requires visa applicants to be present physically.
A policeman was today killed while another was injured when a mob tried to capture a poll booth in Kokrajhar Parliamentary seat of Assam, leading BSF personnel to open fire.
US President Barack Obama vowed on Thursday to defend Japan if China attacks over a tense territorial dispute, but also urged Beijing to help stop North Korea from forging ahead with its \"dangerous\"
Inside a chapel on the edge of Rome, a nun uses a key to open a wooden wall panel, revealing a hidden niche.
This space selfie not to be missed!  (24 April 02:14 pm) 
Here comes a selfie straight from the space. While replacing a dead primary computer outside the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday, two astronauts did not mind taking a selfie which is
The returns from liquid funds don\'t vary much as they invest in similar underlying securities. However, when looking for a liquid fund, the past return should not be the only factor for
In the hothouse atmosphere of anger and grief triggered by South Korea\'s ferry tragedy, the slightest misstep or ill-timed remark by any official can carry career-ending consequences.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may have hoped to demonstrate his personal ties with President Barack Obama during the U.S. leader\'s state visit to Tokyo - but if how they addressed each other in
There is no wave in favour of Narendra Modi in the country, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said after voting in Assam in the sixth phase of the national election.
Thursday was the sixth round of voting, which runs to May 12, with one recent opinion poll showing that the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allies may win an outright majority,