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India\'s stock markets benchmark index Sensex surged 1.6 percent Thursday, snapping the losing streak of the past three days, on the back of strong buying support in IT and banking stocks.
When you step out to shop for your baby, let fashion take a back seat and look for comfortable clothes, says an expert.
As many as 65 Delhi Police officials are being trained to tackle the growing menace of cyber crime, officials said Thursday.
Over a hundred companies and 200 dcelegates led by Commerce Secretary Rajeev Kher will take part in the \"India Show\" at the Hong Kong Spring Fair, aimed at networking and forging business
Accusing the Trinamool Congress of unleashing terror in Cooch Behar constituency in West Bengal, the Forward Bloc Thursday sought repoll in three assembly segments.
Chennai: Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday hit back at Narendra Modi, calling him a \"compulsive liar\" and an \"encounter Chief Minister\". \"Mr Modi is a compulsive
Around 65 percent of the electorate Thursday cast their votes for the second Lok Sabha seat in Manipur, officials said.
Actor Purab Kohli says his next project with director Girish Malik will go on the floors towards the end of the year.
, April 17 (IANS) A malfunctioning electronic voting machine (EVM) reportedly \"transferred\" all votes cast to the Congress candidate in Sindhudurg district here, in the second incident of its kind
A brand new set of \"The Tom and Jerry Show\", one the world\'s most beloved cartoon duos, is back with a fresh take on the classic cat and mouse \'frenemies\'.
Half of Udhampur votes (Fourth Lead)  (17 April 04:00 pm) 
Voting picked up in all the six districts of Jammu and Kashmir\'s Udhampur Lok Sabha constituency, where 50 percent of the ballots had been cast by Thursday afternoon, an official said.
Brisk polling is taking place in all states that have gone to polls on Thursday.
Admiral Robin K. Dhowan took over as the 22nd Chief of Naval Staff on Thursday, nearly two months after his predecessor Admiral D.K. Joshi quit the post following a series of sea-related mishaps.
The Supreme Court today said that the national auditor, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG), is empowered to audit private telecom companies.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said the present elections was not a fight between individuals, but instead a fight between ideologies.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Amit Shah, who is in charge of the party\'s campaign in Uttar Pradesh, on Thursday accepted the Election Commission\'s censure in relation to a series of speeches
In Jharkhand, Maoists have blown up a stretch of railway track in the state\'s Bokaro district on Thursday morning disrupting train services.
Bharatiya Janata Party\'s (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Thursday said that Erode has the potential to become a textile heaven, and that its turmeric was world famous, which
Nadu), April 17 (IANS) BJP\'s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Thursday hit out at a Congress woman parliamentarian for stalling infrastructural projects in Tamil Nadu, and promised an
Balloting was moderate in Chhattisgarh\'s three Lok Sabha constituencies Thursday, marking the second phase of polling in the state.
45 percent vote in Odisha (Fourth Lead)  (17 April 03:40 pm) 
At least 45 percent of the electorate in Odisha voted in the first six hours Thursday in the second and final phase of polling for 11 Lok Sabha and 77 assembly seats, officials said.
Nearly 40 percent voting was recorded by afternoon in the 10 Lok Sabha constituencies in Madhya Pradesh, which went to polls Thursday, officials said. While balloting was brisk in some constituencies,
40 percent balloting in UP (Third Lead)  (17 April 03:40 pm) 
Voters in 11 Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh turned out in large numbers to exercise their franchise Thursday, and 40 percent balloting was recorded till afternoon, officials said.
Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh\'s second Marathi venture \"Yellow\" won the Special Jury and Special Mention awards at the 61st National Film Awards, and the Hindi film fraternity is proud of the
Ashoka University, a philanthropic higher-education initiative of a group of entrepreneurs and business leaders, is set to open its doors in August with four-year undergraduate programmes in the