Curfew continues in Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar: Curfew continued for the third day on Friday in over two dozen villages of central Badgam district in Jammu and Kashmir where sectarian clashes had erupted early...
UPAs Meal For Rs 12, Rs 5 and Rs 1!!!
New Delhi: After Raj Babbar and Rasheed Masood, now union minister for new and renewable energy Farooq Abdullah on Friday has said that one can have full meal for Re.1...
Deadly train crash in Spain
Madrid: A high-speed passenger train derailed as it hurtled around a curve in northwestern Spain on Wednesday, killing dozens and injuring more than 100, a regional official said...
Mumbai based TV anchor molested in Howrah
Howrah: The incident comes after a 25-year-old techie sustained serious injuries after she jumped off a moving train near Belur railway station in Howrah district to save herself from a molester Sunday...
Narendra Modi visa ?
New Delhi: The ruling Congress on Wednesday said it is up to the US government to decide on issuing visa to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi....
Aditi restaurant opens to huge crowd
Mumbai:For once, people were walking into a restaurant not just for the food but for the bill. When Parel eatery, Aditi restaurant, reopened on Tuesday morning, a lot of people visited it hoping they would get a bill...
William and Kate present baby prince
London: They looked like "a normal couple" as they left the hospital, one bystander said.Of course, most normal couples dont have a crowd of reporters, photographers and random well-wishers waiting for them to show off their new baby...
Poverty ratio reduced in India
New Delhi: Poverty ratio in the country has declined from 37.2 per cent in 2004-05 to 21.9 per cent in 2011-12 on account of increase in per capita consumption, the Planning Commission...
Indian doctor assists royal birth in Britain
London: There was an Indian connection in the delivery of Britains new prince, who is third in line to the throne. One of the doctors present at the birth of Prince William an...
MPs urge US not to give visa to Modi
Washington : 65 Members of Parliament have written letters to President Barack Obama, urging the US administration to maintain the current policy of denying visa to him as BJP president...