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Two Finnish female aid workers were shot dead by unknown gunmen while travelling in a taxi in western Afghanistan on Thursday.
Besides, positive cues from Asia after strong Chinese manufacturing data kept the sentiment on a firm footing although indices showed signs of profit-booking early on.
Gains were also underpinned by higher emerging equities which hovered near 17-month highs after a private survey in China showed surprisingly strong manufacturing data, boosting blue-chips such as
A Mumbai model has accused a senior IPS officer of rape and filed a police complaint against him, according to Times Now.
Chief minister J Jayalalithaa announced in the state assembly that the proposed measures would give employment directly and indirectly to more than 10,000 people.
A particularly advanced civilization might intentionally pollute the atmosphere to high levels and globally warm a planet that is otherwise too cold for life.
The Allahabad high court had asked the state government to get the dues recovered and paid to the cane farmers by July 23. However, the pending arrears still hover around Rs 6000 crores.
It was in a rally addressed by Narendra Modi on April 25 at Hoshiarpur, that Badal not only termed the economist PM as a \"weak Prime Minister\" but also alleged that during his tenure \"pride of turban
Granting bail to ​Captain Dudnik Valentyn, Justice K Kalyanasundaram directed him to stay in Chennai and report at the Mylapore police station on every Monday.
Granting bail to ​Captain Dudnik Valentyn, Justice K Kalyanasundaram directed him to stay in Chennai and report at the Mylapore police station on every Monday.
The official song titled \"Let the Games Begin\" is also the Glasgow children\'s 2014 anthem for Unicef in which the Indian flag has been used upside down.
A Sudanese woman who was spared a death sentence for converting from Islam to Christianity and then barred from leaving Sudan flew into Rome on Thursday in an Italian govt plane.
US secretary of state John Kerry spoke on Thursday to his counterparts in Qatar and Turkey, which support the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, as he pressed for a Gaza ceasefire.
With 41 Indians languishing in captivity in Iraq for the last 45 days, government today suggested that Parliament should issue an appeal to the captors to release them as a \"Ramzan gift\" before Eid
The Madurai bench of the Madras high court on Thursday directed the dean of the Government Rajaji Hospital here to constitute a committee to give a second opinion on the postmortem on the body of a
Air Algerie said it lost contact with one of its aircraft nearly an hour after take-off from Burkina Faso bound for Algiers. Around 110 passengers and 6 crew are on board.
Air Algerie said it lost contact with one of its aircraft nearly an hour after takeoff from Burkina Faso on Thursday bound for Algiers.
Police are investigating whether it was a case of suicide or murder.
Police are investigating whether it was a case of suicide or murder.
\"I am an Indian and will always remain an Indian. I strongly condemn any attempts by any person to brand me an outsider,\" Sania Mirza said.
\"I am an Indian and will always remain an Indian. I strongly condemn any attempts by any person to brand me an outsider,\" Sania Mirza said.
\"I am an Indian and will always remain an Indian. I strongly condemn any attempts by any person to brand me an outsider,\" Sania Mirza said.
\"I am an Indian and will always remain an Indian. I strongly condemn any attempts by any person to brand me an outsider,\" Sania Mirza said.
Police have expanded its search to trace the tutor caught on camera brutally beating up a three-year-old inside a locked room at his home, even while the child\'s mother kept banging on the door.
Police have expanded its search to trace the tutor caught on camera brutally beating up a three-year-old inside a locked room at his home, even while the child\'s mother kept banging on the door.