- Protesters clash with police near Sabarimala, women turned back
Protesters opposed to the entry of women in the 10-50 age group to the Sabarimala temple clashed with police and heckled women journalists as the pilgrimage season opened on Wednesday, with no woman in that group making it to the hill shrine despite police assurances.
- India NewsM.J. Akbar resigns from government amid #MeToo storm
More than a week after several women journalists levelled allegations of sexual harassment and molestation, former Editor M.J. Akbar on Wednesday resigned as Minister of State for External Affairs as the #MeToo movement claimed its first toll in Indian politics.FootballMessi named best La Liga player in September
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi on Wednesday was named the best player in the Spanish football league for the month of September, La Liga said in a statement.India NewsWith a 'Thank You' note, teacher receives 'parcel bomb' in a gift box
A private school teacher in Rajkot received a 'parcel bomb' in a gift box tagged with a 'Thank You' note. Police are now looking for the unidentified sender.World NewsTrump proposes cutting federal agencies' funds to reduce deficit
US President Donald Trump announced that he intends to reduce the American federal budget deficit by cutting financing to every government agency and department by 5 per cent.Tech NewsWhatsApp working on linked accounts, vacation mode features
WhatsApp is reportedly working out on three new features, including linking your account to Instagram, in order to improve its chat and notifications for its over 1.5 billion users.MobilePre-order iPhone XR in India from Friday
Apple's cheapest iPhone XR will go on sale in India from Friday, starting from Rs 76,900.Lifestyle NewsMaha Navmi 2018: Images, Messages, WhatsApp quotes and more
Celebrated in October every year, Navratri ends with Navmi and holds a special significance. It was on Navmi when Goddess Durga annihilated the buffalo demon Mahishasura and veered off his head.
- Kajol, KJo, Ayan Mukerji support organ donation campaign
- No GoT spoilers for Rose Leslie
Actor Kit Harington says he hasn't even told his wife and actress Rose Leslie how "Game of Thrones" ends.Alia Bhatt face of Nokia phones in India
Finnish company HMD Global that manufactures and markets Nokia smartphones on Monday roped in Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt as the face of Nokia devices in India.'Namaste England', 'Badhai Ho' to release on October 18
In what could be considered a Dussehra 'dhamaka', the two big Hindi releases this week, Vipul Shah's "Namaste England" and Amit Sharma's "Badhai Ho" have been given a last-minute early release.
- Jayasuriya charged under ICC anti-corruption code
- ICC Test Rankings: Prithvi Shaw, Rishabh Pant make substantial gains among batsmen
Riding on their impressive show against West Indies in the just concluded two-match Test series, youngsters Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant have made substantial gains in the ICC player rankings for Test batsmen, released on Monday.2nd Test: India bowled out at 367 runs, lead by 56 runs vs West Indies
Riding on some top-class bowling, West Indies wrapped up India at 367 runs in their first innings at the Rajiv Gandhi international stadium here on Sunday.2nd Test: India 308/4 at stumps on Day 2 vs West Indies
India were 308/4 at stumps against West Indies on Day 2 of the second and final Test at the Rajiv Gandhi International stadium here on Saturday.
- YouTube recovers after one hour, thanks users for patience
- Microsoft unveils blush coloured 'Surface Laptop 2' in China
Microsoft on Monday unveiled a blush coloured "Surface Laptop 2" only for the Chinese market.Samsung's foldable smartphone could work like tablet
Samsung's much awaited and talked-about foldable smartphone would offer the functionality of a tablet complete with multi-tasking and a big screen, the media reported.Apple's iOS 12.0.1 software update causing new issues: Report
Even though Apple's first update to iOS 12 has cured the iPhone charging problem, iOS version 12.0.1 is causing users to complain about frequently broken calls, network and signal connectivity problems and battery life issues, the media reported.
- Italy expels suspected Moroccan, Egyptian extremists
- UN urges European leaders to tackle Mediterranean migrant deaths
- Varun, Katrina to appear together in 'Koffee with Karan'
- Newly appointed AAP Lok Sabha in-charge suffers heart attack
- Bollywood visits Goddess Durga on Dashmi
- Militants target Army vehicle with IED in Pulwama
- PKL: Gujarat pip Pune 32-28 to register first win
- ED issues show-cause notice to NDTV for FEMA violation
- It is not 2014 any more: Thackeray warns BJP (Lead correcting headline)
- Only registered valuers to value insolvent assets from Feb 2019
- India, Japan to hold joint military drill in November
- No mobile phone to be disconnected: Government (Lead)
- Delhi government forms inspection team to check pollution
- India condemns terror attack in Afghanistan
- It is not 2014 any more: Thackeray warns BJP
- ISL: NorthEast beat Chennaiyin in seven-goal thriller
- 3 top Afghan provincial officials killed, US general unhurt (Lead)
- Shankersinh Vaghela's son Mahendrasinh quits BJP
- DCW seeks status of probe in girl's murder
- Policeman-turned-pimp sentenced to 309 years in jail
ScienceNASA's Chandra Observatory back in action
NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory, observing the universe in high-energy light since 1999, is back in action after suffering a glitch due to the failure of the gyroscope and going into safe mode last week.Astronauts aboard ISS afraid of aborting space launch
In the wake of a booster failure that forced a Russian Soyuz spacecraft to make an emergency landing last week, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) were worried whether their space launch would be cancelled.Lab-grown eyes decode how humans develop colour vision
US biologists have grown human retina tissue in the laboratory to determine how cells that allow people to see in colour are made, an advance that can lead to the development of therapies for diseases such as colour blindness and macular degeneration.NASA's Chandra telescope in safe mode due to glitch
Barely a week after NASA's Hubble Space Telescope entered safe mode, its Chandra mission has also suffered a glitch possibly due to the failure of the gyroscope, the US space agency said.
LifestyleAge-related spike in estrogen may lead to hernia
An age-related increase in estrogen may be the culprit behind inguinal hernia, a condition common among elderly men that often requires corrective surgery, suggests new study.Glow like a star this festivity with make up essentials
The festive season calls for unique looks for every occasion. In addition to chic ethnic outfits, a glamorous make up look will define your beauty in the best way possible.Diabetes linked to deaths from alcohol, accidents, suicide: Study
People with diabetes are more at risk of deaths from alcohol-related factors, accidents or suicide, than non-diabetics, a study has found.
IndiaIndia's highest tricolour unfurled at Haj House in Mumbai
A big Indian tricolour measuring 20x30 feet and 350 feet above the ground was unfurled at the majestic Haj House here by Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Wednesday, an official said.Woman thrashes bank manager for alleged sex abuse in Karnataka
A video of woman thrashing a bank manager over alleged sex abuse in Karnataka is going viral on social media.CVC reviews 'top 100 bank frauds' till 2017
The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has reviewed "100 top bank frauds" committed till 2017 and has submitted a report to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), complete with information on how the frauds were executed and counter-measures the banks can employ to avoid them.
WorldTrump surveys areas devastated by hurricane Michael
US President Donald Trump undertook an aerial survey of areas in Florida devastated by hurricane Michael and said that the priority of the his government was to provide food, electricity and safety to the victims.China, Pakistan vow to build closer ties, jointly construct CPEC
China and Pakistan agreed on Monday to build closer ties and facilitate the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).Bangladeshi Hindus celebrate annual Durga festival
Durga Puja, the biggest annual Hindu festival, began on Monday in Bangladesh capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country with due religious fervour.
EducationShankar IAS Academy founder found dead in Chennai
Shankaran Devarajan, founder of Shankar IAS Academy, has been found dead at his residence in Chennai. 45-year-old professor's body was hanging from a ceiling fan.CBSE class 10 passing criteria relaxed: All you need to know
In a major relief to class 10 CBSE students, the board has relaxed passing criteria. The circular with details will be uploaded on the official website, said CBSE chairman Anita Karwal.Bihar set for an essay competition in memory of Atal Bihari Vajpayee
A multilingual essay competition for school and college students of Bihar has kicked off on October 2, Gandhi Jayanti, in the fond memory of former Prime Minister Late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Purnea Lok Sabha Vikas Parishad (PLSVP) has organised essay competition in which every student from the state is eligible for participation.CBSE Board Exam 2019: Vocational exams schedule for Class 10, Class 12 released @ cbse.nic.in
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the Skill Education (Vocational) subjects list for both Class 10th and Class 12th students for the CBSE examination which is scheduled to be held in February, March and April in 2019.