Sindhu drifts into last four
Indian shuttler beats World No.18 Zhang 21-16, 13-21, 22-20 to reach second semifinal of 2023
As Fulton flashiness era begins, India cut down on in quest for structural solidity
THERE WAS no heavy-metal hockey. None of those breathtaking runs or thrilling forward marches. Few speedy counterattacks, fewer risks and almost no flashiness.
Mumbai walk into Gill zone
Gujarat Titans opener hits 60-ball 129 to take team to IPL final and prove that correctness has place in T20 cricket
Lloyd's Register drops ships of top Indian carrier of Russian oil
LLOYD'S REGISTER has told India's Gatik Ship Management, which has become a major carrier of Russian oil since the Ukraine war, that it will withdraw certification of 21 of its vessels by June 3, the maritime services company told Reuters.
12 hurt as passenger opens emergency door mid-flight
The flight landed safely at Daegu in South Korea.
Russian attack on Ukrainian clinic kills two, injures 30
UKRAINE STRIKES RUSSIAN BORDER REGIONS
US debt ceiling talks struggle as deadline nears: Issues remain
DEMOCRATIC AND Republican negotiators struggled on Friday to reach a deal to raise the U.S. government's $31.4 trillion debt ceiling, with a key Republican citing disagreements over work requirements for some benefit programs for low-income Americans.
No plans to go abroad: Imran after being put on ‘no-fly list'
UNFAZED AFTER being placed on the no-fly list, Pakistan's former prime minister Imran Khan on Friday took a swipe at the top leaders of the ruling coalition, saying he has no plans to travel overseas as he neither owns properties nor has any businesses abroad.
HC to hear all pleas with Mathura court
KRISHNA JANMABHOOMI-SHAHI IDGAH
Confident that Australia will look into varsities' ban on Indian students: EAM
MINISTER OF External Affairs S Jaishankar \"confidence\" on Friday expressed that the Australian government would \"probe\" the apprehension of its universities that have decided to ban applications of Indian students from six states, including Gujarat, and \"resolve\" the issue.
Normal monsoon likely: IMD
DESPITE THE growing threat from a developing El Nino, the India Meteorological Department Friday stuck to its earlier forecast of normal rainfall during the monsoon season. The northwestern parts of the country, however, are expected to be a little drier, the IMD said.
Pre-matric scholarship 2 yrs later, Jharkhand scam: Over cops arrest 2
MORE THAN two-and-a-half years after The Indian Express reported on the siphoning of the funds meant for pre-matric scholarship in Jharkhand, the state police have made first arrests from Koderma district of Jharkhand, identifying the accused as a retired clerk and a computer operator from the district Welfare Department.
Kejriwal knocks on Congress's door again, but thaw in rivalry unlikely
EVER SINCE Arvind Kejriwal announced he was planning to meet the leaders of all Opposition parties to seek their support against the Centre's ordinance on control over the transfer and posting of bureaucrats in Delhi, one question had occupied the minds of many: will AAP supremo's political outreach take him to the doorstep of Congress high command as well?
Nine years of betrayal, distraction and marketing gimmicks: Cong on Modi govt
THE NINE years of the Narendra Modi government have been a saga of betrayal of the people and the many promises made to them topped by constant and continuous distractions from the real issues and marketing gimmicks, the Congress said on Friday in a damning report card released by the party.
Karnataka Cabinet list finalised: 24 ministers to be sworn in today
THE NEWLY elected Congress government in Karnataka has scheduled the swearing-in ceremony of a full-fledged state Cabinet comprising 24 ministers at 11.45 am on Saturday at the Raj Bhavan. The Cabinet expansion was finalised after a lot of back and forth on the choice of ministers.
'What was her fault?' Court verdict cold comfort for family of minor girl
PERPETRATOR SENTENCED TO LIFE IMPRISONMENT
'Offensive tweets' against Zubair: HC seeks status report from Delhi Police
THE DELHI High Court Friday asked Delhi Police to file a status report on the steps taken against the person who allegedly put out \"offensive tweets\" against AltNews co-founder Mohammed Zubair in the latter's plea seeking quashing of an FIR.
Model of KNMA's new building, coming up near IGI airport, unveiled
ON A sweltering summer evening in Delhi, some of Indian art's renowned names came together at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) in Saket for the unveiling of the architectural model of its new building.
Jain suffered blood clot due to a head injury after fall: Docs
DELHI'S former health minister and AAP leader Satyendar Jain has suffered a blood clot due to a head injury, after falling in the bathroom of Tihar Jail Thursday, doctors at Lok Nayak Hospital have said.
IAS officer complains against Bharadwaj, AAP denies charges
THE CAPITAL witnessed yet another tussle between the AAP Delhi government and the bureaucracy Friday.
Kejriwal to skip NITI Aayog's meet, asks PM 'what's the use'
ORDINANCE ROW: CM SHOOTS OFF LETTER TO MODI
'You are servants of society, not their boss': L-G's advice
Saxena addresses capital's civil servants at a workshop
Chhattisgarh official drains reservoir to find cellphone he dropped during selfie
A SELFIE proved costly for a government official, who was suspended on Friday after it was revealed that water was drained from a reservoir next to a dam in Chhattisgarh over two days, starting Tuesday, in search of his new phone.
Union minister inside, mob tries to storm his residence in Manipur
A MOB tried to storm the house of Union Minister of State for External Affairs and Education R K Ranjan Singh at Kongba in Manipur's East Imphal district late on Thursday night.
Facing harassment FIRS, Brij Bhushan: Laws to protect women being misused
WRESTLING FEDERATION of India (WFI) president and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who has been accused of sexual harassment by seven female wrestlers including a minor, has alleged that the \"law to protect women and girls\" is being misused.
TN jewellers who made Sengol to be honoured
UP UNTIL 2018, the current generation in charge of Vummidi Bangaru Jewellers, a chain of jewellery stores in Chennai, was unaware of the part the family had played in the \"transition\" of power as India awoke to life and freedom on August 15, 1947.
Ujjwala to vaccines to Vande Bharat: BJP showcases nine years of Govt
MARKING NINE years of the Narendra NDA Modi-led Government, the top leadership of the BJP Friday said that its model of \"inclusive growth\" since 2014 had effected sweeping change in a range of areas: from rail, air and road infrastructure to \"irreversible empowerment\" of millions through initiatives blending technology and social welfare that included vaccines and rations during Covid.
New Parliament tomorrow
PM tweets video of new complex: 'Will make every Indian proud'
War, Economic Factors Put Immigration Numbers In Britain At Record High In 2022
The number of people moving to Britain reached a record high of more than 600,000 in 2022, government figures showed Thursday, sparking renewed debate about the scale of immigration and its impact on the UK.
How BJP Pulled Out All The Stops To Welcome PM Modi
A MEETING was arranged, quick calls were made, and messages were sent out with a simple instruction to reach the location near Palam airport "in large numbers" by 3 am - this is how the Delhi BJP mobilised party functionaries and supporters to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he landed at Palam airport after concluding his three-nation visit Thursday morning.