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SIF, the mobile app launched five months ago for the protection of men\'s rights, has received a mega response in the last four months.
Bangladesh\'s Supreme Court today commuted the death sentence of Delwar Hossain Sayedee, a top Islamist preacher whose sentencing last year triggered the deadliest political violence in the country\'s
Fiji stages first election since 2006 coup  (17 September 11:48 am) 
Fijians voted today in the South Pacific nation\'s first election since a 2006 coup, with the military on standby in case violence flares but police reporting no problems in early polling.
The new Apple iPhones going on sale this week, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, have crisper screens, faster processors and sharper cameras.
Apart from discounts and great deals that most online shopping portals offer, another reason guys prefer shopping online is that it saves long drives to the mall and the time spent finding a parking
CISF Metro's campus day out  (17 September 10:46 am) 
In a packed auditorium, the CISF Metro showed how their dog and bomb squads work.
Two militants killed in encounter in J&K  (17 September 10:49 am) 
The spokesman said the operation in Macchil sector is still in progress and further details are awaited.
Nasa paid each of these three major contenders hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years to spur development.
Elfgeeh was arrested earlier this year by members of the FBI\'s Rochester joint terrorism task force.
President Mukherjee also called up Modi to wish him.
President Mukherjee also called up Modi to wish him.
In Weed, as crews put out remaining embers, residents wandered through scorched neighbourhoods covered in pink fire retardant had been dropped by firefighting airplanes.
The students\' union demanded a fresh probe panel and insisted that the gherao would not be lifted until some assurance was given in the matter.
The students\' union demanded a fresh probe panel and insisted that the gherao would not be lifted until some assurance was given in the matter.
Fertile fundas for wannabe parents  (17 September 08:48 am) 
Recent research suggests modern lifestyles are affecting not only physical and mental health, but also the reproductive health of men and women.
Setting Agenda For New MLA  (17 September 07:49 am) 
In the run up to the bypoll in Lucknow East, TOI covered key problems faced by people of the assembly constituency.
General Dempsey acknowledged that this would run counter to the president’s policy, but he said, “He has told me as well to come back to him on a case-by-case basis.”
If the BJP was banking on building on the momentum of the Lok Sabha triumph that clearly hasn\'t happened with the alliance\'s vote share declining by a massive 10.7 percentage points in these last four
Tuesday\'s bypoll results have come as a shock to BJP because it lost several sitting seats in crucial states like Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Modi and Shah missing, BJP show flops in UP  (17 September 07:49 am) 
Merely four months after the BJP pulled off a stunning UP show in the LS elections winning a record 71 seats out of the total 80, the bypoll drubbing has brought it back to where it was before the
In lotus loss, Maya sniffs an opportunity  (17 September 07:49 am) 
The big BJP defeat in the UP bypolls seems to have given BSP chief Mayawati an opportunity to win over its estranged voters, who had supported the saffron party in the Lok Sabha polls.
The glamorous Peng Liyuan, China\'s first \'first lady\', who has added to husband Xi Jinping\'s foreign visits her `soft diplomacy\' skills, may find it a tad difficult to go about her tasks on the
More trains to be fitted with bio-toilets  (17 September 07:48 am) 
In a bid to improve cleanliness on trains and railway properties, South Central Railway (SCR) will implement a slew of measures, including increasing the number of bio-toilets on trains.
India and friends fight for ocean rim space  (17 September 07:49 am) 
With China rapidly expanding its naval might in the Indian Ocean, right in the middle of what New Delhi considers its backyard, India has been forced to look for ways to face this fast-developing
Hundreds of schoolchildren from several city institutions turned out on Tuesday for a mass pledge at an event hosted by Indian Tourism Development Corporation to mark the International Day for