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Central Railway commuters will have to wind up work earlier on Saturday, as the authorities have planned to curtail suburban services at 10.30pm to undertake test-charging of the 25KV alternating
Minimum temperatures in the city have been swinging up and down ever since untimely rains early last Saturday. Minimum temperatures were once again above 20 degrees Celsius on Wednesday in Colaba and
Malala calls me Abbu: Satyarthi  (17 December 11:16 pm) 
Satyarthi, who was awarded the coveted Nobel Peace Prize for 2014, along with Pakistani teenager activist Malala Yusufzai, who calls him \'Abbu\' (father) and he considers her and her friends Shazia and
As Pakistan reeled from deadly bombing and Peshawar went about the grim task of burying it dead youngsters, reports emerged of how one pupil at the Army Public School and College survived because he
A 46-year-old biker was killed after a school bus rammed into him at Borivali West on Wednesday evening. The bus driver, Yogesh Bhuvad, was ferrying students home from school. Officials said the kids
A 19-year-old youth was arrested by the Charkop police for extorting ornaments worth Rs 1.05 lakh from a female friend, threatening to circulate their photographs amongst her family members.
The defence ministry on Wednesday cleared procurement proposals worth around Rs.4,500 crore, ministry sources said.
The defence ministry on Wednesday cleared procurement proposals worth around Rs.4,500 crore, ministry sources said.
Union Cabinet clears GST bill  (17 December 10:48 pm) 
The bill was approved by the Cabinet late on Wednesday evening and it is likely to be tabled in the ongoing winter session of Parliament that concludes on December 23, sources said.
Chandigarh administration has been put on high alert since after receiving information about presence of H5N1 in one of the samples out of five of dead ducks (geese) collected from Sukhna Lake on
Attacking BJP, Congress today said BJP will not reach even a double-digit tally in Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls despite putting in all-out efforts.
US, Cuba seek to normalize relations  (17 December 10:48 pm) 
The United States and Cuba will start talks on normalizing full diplomatic relations, marking the most significant shift in US policy toward the communist island in decades, American officials said.
The Delhi restaurant industry is suffering under the twin burdens of confused and heavy regulation and overtaxation, and is demanding longer operating hours, the National Restaurant Association of
\"I would feel a lot safer if we were under white lights like that petrol station over there,\" says Shobha as she stands by Palam Flyover betwen Vasant Vihar and RK Puram. \"It\'s a lot more brightly
The Italian government could recall its ambassador to India for \"urgent consultations\", Italian foreign minister Paolo Gentiloni was quoted by the Italian news agency ANSA having told Parliamentarians
The Italian government could recall its ambassador to India for \"urgent consultations\", Italian foreign minister Paolo Gentiloni was quoted by the Italian news agency ANSA having told Parliamentarians
Intelligence agencies have sounded an alert regarding Pakistan-based terror mastermind Hafiz Mohammad Saeed\'s designs to unleash attacks in India, and blame the same on the Indian security
Vowing not to show any distinction between good or bad Taliban, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today announced that Pakistan will have a national plan within a week to combat militancy, a day after 148
The National Lok Adalat, conducted across Tamil Nadu on December 6, settled 24,73,212 cases for an award amount of Rs 2,081 crore.
When will good days come, asks Rahul Gandhi  (17 December 09:15 pm) 
Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his \'achhe din\' slogan, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today wondered when such good days will come and questioned why he never talks about
Cold conditions continued to affect normal life in Rajasthan where over 14 passenger trains were running late due to fog even as Mount Abu shivered at a low of 1 degree Celsius.
Cuba has released American aid worker Alan Gross after five years in prison in a reported prisoner exchange with Havana that the United States said on Wednesday heralds an overhaul of US policy
Cuba has released American aid worker Alan Gross after five years in prison in a reported prisoner exchange with Havana that the United States said on Wednesday heralds an overhaul of US policy
Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said government gets information about various institutions including madarsas from open sources as well as its security and intelligence