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The Delhi high court will next week hear a PIL seeking a CBI probe into licences granted to several real estate developers in Haryana, including one allegedly associated with Robert Vadra.
An Egyptian police brigadier general was killed Wednesday by a bomb placed under a police car in Cairo, security officials said.
\"It was crowd behavior, some hooligans were creating problems, but things are getting back to normal,\" said Sushil Ghimire, secretary of Nepal\'s tourism ministry.
Afghanistan\'s presidential election result has been delayed by two days due to fraud investigations and will now be released on Saturday, officials said on Wednesday as they vowed to sift out fake
Around 75 professors and other academics of Indian origin working at some of Britain\'s prestigious institutions issued an open letter, sharply attacking Narendra Modi.
Gold was steady but near its lowest in more than two months on Wednesday, with stronger equities denting the metal\'s safe-haven appeal and outflows from bullion funds showing weak investor appetite.
Arvind Kejriwal today hit out at Modi and Rahul for their \"helicopter democracy\" during a roadshow in Varanasi ahead of filing his nomination papers.
Kejriwal highlighted the \"massive\" spending in ad campaigns for Modi and Rahul and asked people of Varanasi to decide what kind of democracy they want.
One person was shot dead as violent protests erupted near Rio\'s famed Copacabana beach after a dancer was killed allegedly by police, less than two months before the World Cup in Brazil.
US threatens more sanctions on Russia  (23 April 12:16 pm) 
US secretary of state John Kerry told Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in a telephone call on Tuesday that Washington would impose more sanctions on Russia if tensions did not de-escalate in
A court here on Wednesday issued arrest warrant against former Bihar minister and BJP leader Giriraj Singh for his inflammatory speech during a poll meet in the district.
China has cancelled 14,455 press cards issued to journalists in a nationwide crackdown on \"bogus journalists\".
Australia\'s prime minister said on Wednesday that failure to find any clue in the most likely crash site of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet would not spell the end of the search, as officials
Jaitley said he was glad Priyanka has made a statement on Vadra and \"I only hope her immediate family and her party heeds to her advice.\"
The tiles fell in a corridor near an escalator on the upper level from where passengers walk into the building after being dropped at the gate by buses.
Six constituencies will go to poll on Thursday in the third and final phase of Lok Sabha election in Assam to decide the fate of 74 candidates.
About 14,000 central armed police force personnel would be deployed at the sensitive booths.
Though to be fair to Microsoft, the benefits of eight-core processors in a phone are not yet apparent.
Though to be fair to Microsoft, the benefits of eight-core processors in a phone are not yet apparent.
Shivlal Yadav talks on his father  (23 April 11:12 am) 
Of all the familial bonds, the father-son relationship is said to have its own charm. So, when Shivlal Yadav said that he is what he is today because of his father, the pride in his voice was not
Shivlal Yadav talks about his father  (23 April 11:12 am) 
Of all the familial bonds, the father-son relationship is said to have its own charm. So, when Shivlal Yadav said that he is what he is today because of his father, the pride in his voice was not
Philippine police armed with truncheon, shields and water hose have clashed with more than 100 left-wing activists who rallied at the US embassy in Manila to oppose a visit by President Barack Obama
Supreme Court today formed a 3-member panel to frame guidelines for government advertisements glorifying politicians in media.
Supreme Court today formed a 3-member panel to frame guidelines for government advertisements glorifying politicians in media.
Supreme Court today formed a 3-member panel to frame guidelines for government advertisements glorifying politicians in media.