Daily Archives: 22nd March 2018
Bharatiya Janata Party state President Tamilisai Soundararajan has accused DMK president MK Stalin for creating tensed atmosphere in Tamil Nadu after a bomb was hurled at the car of BJP district secretary in the state.
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav has blamed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for recent Bhagalpur violence.
OPPLE Lighting, a key player in the lighting and innovation sector has once again gone to attend the world's largest lighting fair "Light & Building" in Frankfurt, Germany.
DHFL Pramerica Asset Management Company announced the appointment of Rajesh Iyer as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) from March 21, 2018
If there can be events and days dedicated to pies, chocolates and cheese, why can't we celebrate the lip-smacking samosa?
Punjabi superstar Diljit Dosanjh is head over heels for global sensation Kylie Jenner and his love for her is no secret. Dosanjh has been crushing over this internet celebrity and unapologetically, he has quite often popped up with his Punjabi comments on Kylie Jenner's Instagram account.
50 First Dates actor Drew Barrymore is traditionally not known for her singing or dancing abilities. And this is precisely why the star has decided to don a new hat, in a new 100-second musical, that was created by R/GA Austin for Crocs, a casual shoe brand.
Legendary guitar player Angus Young is reportedly at work on a new AC/DC album with Axl Rose.
Australia women cricket team have won the toss and asked India to bat first in the opening match of the T20 tri-series at the Brabourne Stadium here on Thursday.
United States President Donald Trump is all set to announce tariffs on Chinese imports on Thursday, a White House official said.
The Sri Lankan opposition submitted a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, accusing him of financial mismanagement and failing to tackle anti-Muslim riots in central Kandy district, earlier this month.
Senior Russian diplomatic and military officials have accused the United Kingdom of hiding and possibly planning to destroy evidence in the investigation into the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
Peru's Congress will debate President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's resignation, after he offered to step down, following a new corruption scandal.
Peru's president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has offered his resignation, after secret video recordings entangled him in a new corruption scandal, on the eve of an impeachment vote.
Pakistan and India cannot share good relations until the Pakistan Army stops interfering in Islamabad's foreign policies and political matters, a Washington-based activist said on Wednesday.
The Pakistan Army in the last few years has become radical and begun supporting jihadist groups, which are being used to kill minorities and rights activists in the Islamic nation, a Washington-based activist said on Wednesday.
The death toll in the suicide bombing, which occurred in Afghanistan's capital city, Kabul on Wednesday, has risen to 31.
Israel acknowledged publicly for the first time on Wednesday that it struck a secret nuclear reactor in Syria, 11 years ago, in 2007.
United States President Donald Trump on Thursday defended his phone call to Russian President Vladimir Putin, and said that getting along with Russia is a good thing, and not a bad thing.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Sir John Key beat former United States President Barack Obama in a leisure golf game, recently.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been released from police custody, after two days of questioning over allegations that he received millions of euros in illegal election campaign funding from late Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi.
United States President Donald Trump's youngest child and his only child with his present wife Melania Trump, Barron Trump, recently turned 12.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's statement that Beijing is ready to fight the bloody battle against its enemies for its position in the world shows the country is present in Pakistan to loot resources, a Baloch activist said.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday admitted to making mistakes over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and said that the social media giant needs to 'step up'.
The suspected serial bomber who terrorised Austin with a string of exploding packages died on Wednesday, after detonating an explosive device in his vehicle as the police closed in on him.
Winter Storm Toby, the fourth nor'easter in less than three weeks, is bearing down on the storm-ravaged East Coast in the United States, with a fresh blanket of snow.
Two teen sisters will on Thursday take "Deeksha" from Yoga guru Baba Ramdev in an 'initiation' fest organized here in Uttarakhand.
The Telugu Desam Party will on Thursday hold a statewide peaceful protest in the support of party MPs' agitation in the Parliament.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday said he is ready to make any sacrifice for the development of the state.
Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Wednesday said he wants to spread the message of unity and equality through the four-day-long "Deeksha" festival being held here in Uttarakhand.
The Rachakonda Cyber cell here on Wednesday arrested a man for allegedly harassing a woman.
A farmer in Aurangabad city of Maharashtra on Wednesday got Rs 1 lakh in compensation after he destroyed his crop for not getting good revenue of his product in the market.
The Election Commission (EC) on Thursday granted permission to jailed Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Mukhtar Ansari to take part in the voting of the upcoming Rajya Sabha (RS) elections.
At least 9,50,452 drought-hit farmers will get compensation in a special programme initiated by Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh, a statement said on Wednesday.
The newly installed platform screen doors (PSDs) began functioning at Delhi Metro Rail Corporation's (DMRC) Chawri Bazar and Chandni Chowk metro stations, a statement said on Tuesday.