China Blasts US, Japan Ahead Of Quad summit
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi criticised on Wednesday what he called negative moves by Washington and Tokyo against Beijing ahead of a meeting in Tokyo next week of the leaders of the US, Japan, Australia and India.
Quinton hits the high notes as LSG secure playoffs spot
Rahul and De Kock's record opening stand helps debutants go through, KKR bow out after desperate late charge by batters
Arjun-Malaika to tie the knot this year?
Actor-couple Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora are reportedly set to take their relationship to the next level.
INDIA ADDS GLITTER TO THE CANNES RED CARPET
The largest-ever Indian delegation comprising 11 celebs ruled the roost, as they celebrated Indian cinema at the opening of the Cannes Film Festival
SC grants bail to Indrani in Sheena murder case
The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted bail to former media executive Indrani Mukerjea, who is facing trial for the murder of her 25-year-old daughter Sheena Bora in 2012.
Thakur announces incentives for shooting of foreign films in India
Union information and broadcasting minister, Anurag Thakur, on Wednesday said the government was ready to take the necessary steps to make India a global content hub.
SC orders release of Rajiv killing convict
The SupremeCourt on Wednesday ordered the release ofAGPerarivalan, one of the convicts in theRajiv Gandhi assassination case, who was arrested at the age of 19 years in June 1991 and spent over 31 years in jail as part of his life sentence.
Tripathi keeps SRH hopes up
MI's good start and a late David knock raise hopes but SRH eke out a narrow victory
Stocks surge but weak rupee, costly oil weigh
Stocks witnessed a strong relief rally on Tuesday, aided by short-covering, a slight respite in foreign investors' selling and improved global cues.
Cannes film festival brings back the glitz
CANNES, FRANCE: A parade of Oscar winners on Tuesday kicked off the 75th Cannes Film Festival, back in high-wattage form after the lifting of Covid rules and devoting special attention to the war in Ukraine.
Starts not defining final scores in this IPL
Somshuvra Laha firstname.lastname@example.org KOLKATA: First week of this IPL, Sunrisers Hyderabad were asked to chase 210 by Rajasthan Royals.
Shah reviews J&K security, takes stock of prep for Amarnath Yatra
Union home minister Amit Shah on Tuesday chaired three back-to-back meetings with top officials of the security establishment to review security arrangements for the upcoming Amarnath Yatra in Jammu and Kashmir and assess the security in the state in the wake of a spate of terrorist attacks on civilians in the Valley, officials said.
Shikhar Dhawan to turn actor?
Cricketer Shikhar Dhawan is ready to make his acting debut.
Plan to launch 6G services by end of decade, says PM
India plans to launch 6G (or sixth generation) telecom services by the end of this decade and a task force has started working in that direction, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday, underscoring the importance of faster and efficient technology in accelerating development and employment generation.
Protect 'Shivling area but allow namaz: SC
The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered that a section of Varanasi's Gyanvapi Masjid complex where a "Shivling" was ostensibly found shall remain protected until further orders but Muslims will have the right to offer namaz in the mosque without any hindrance, observing that it was “aware of the sensitivities of the matter".
21-year-old actor dies after cosmetic surgery
Kannada television actor Chethana Raj died on Tuesday due to complications from a cosmetic surgery she underwent at a private hospital in Bengaluru's Rajajinagar, with her family alleging negligence on part of the hospital.
WPI inflation at record high of 15.08% in April
Roshan Kishore email@example.com NEW DELHI: India's wholesale inflation touched 15.08% in April, the highest in 27 years, powered largely by power and fuel prices, with the reading being in the double digits for the 13th straight month.
RBI Is Fighting Inflation With Its Hands Tied
Its difficulty in balancing its role in both inflation management and debt management is rooted in India's monetary history
Heat Spells Set To Raise Mortality, Say Experts
More intense heatwaves will increase heat-related deaths, the report said.
Nato memberships: Russian prez warns Finland, Sweden
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Finland and Sweden on Monday to expect a "response" for applying to join Nato as Ukraine braced for a new push by Moscow's forces in its eastern Donbas region.
CIL to auction shut mines as heatwave fuels power crisis
The 20 closed mines will add about 150 mt coal annually.
THE SUM OF GREAT PARTS
Everything fell into place for India to excel as a team in their landmark Thomas Cup success
Big B claps back at troll who called him 'budhau'
Actor Amitabh Bachchan is often seen interacting with his fans on social media, rather unpleasant comments on Facebook, with some trolls even resorting to age-shaming him.
Sakshi, Vinesh and Anshu qualify for CWG women's wrestling squad
Rio Olympics bronze medallist Sakshi Malik had thoughts of quitting wrestling on Monday if she failed to qualify for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, scheduled from July 25 to August 8, in the national trials.
SL plans to privatise airline amid crisis
The finance ministry says the country currently has only $25 million in usable foreign reserves
Granular monitoring gives city sharper picture of local weather
Clouds hover over Humayun's Tomb on Monday, when the temperatures fell across Delhi.
Record summer beats life out of Mungeshpur farms
It's a little after high noon, and northwest Delhi's Mungeshpur village, near the Haryana border, looks deserted, as if nobody lives there.
India's Thomas Cup win: Bugle of history, chorus of the future
Our badminton people are going bananas. It has never been their demeanour - no one ever saw Prakash Padukone doing fist pumps or Pullela Gopichand dancing the Macarena in glee.
On Nepal visit, PM says ties benefit new order
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Nepalese PM Sher Bahadur Deuba at the Maya Devi Temple in Lumbini on Monday.
SC to hear plea against Gyanvapi survey today
On Monday, the civil court sealed a section of the Gyanvapi mosque complex.