- On country's security, government will take 'big and bold' decisions: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said his government is committed to taking "big and bold" decisions on country's security, and that whosoever poses a threat to India's sovereignty, will be dealt with "double the strength."
- India News5 civilians killed in explosion at J&K gunfight site
Five civilians were killed and over a dozen others injured on Sunday when an explosion occurred a gunfight site in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district, police said.World NewsEbola death toll rises to 200 in Congo
The death toll in the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has risen to 200, the Health Ministry has said. According to statistics released by the Ministry on Saturday, of the 200 cases confirmed in Beni and surrounding areas, 117 have died of the virus while 61 others recovered after treatment, Xinhua news agency reported.Bollywood NewsBollywood celebs wish Deepika, Ranveer on marriage news
After Bollywood stars Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh announced their marriage on social media on Sunday, celebrities like Karan Johar, Nimrat Kaur, Milap Zaveri and Divya Dutta congratulated the star couple.India NewsPetrol, diesel prices down for fourth successive day
State-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) cut the prices of key domestic transport fuels -- petrol and diesel -- for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday on lower global crude oil prices.Bollywood News'Sandakozhi 2' is Vishal Krishna's 'most expensive film'
Tamil-Telugu actor Vishal Krishnas 25th film "Sandakozhi 2" has opened to roaring crowds singing and dancing in the theatres as they do for Rajinikanths films.Tech NewsGoogle to charge $40 per device to Android makers
Android manufacturers will have to pay $40 per device to Google in Europe to be featured into Google Play Store and other mobile apps.Bollywood NewsMen should understand what consent is: Ayushmann
Actor Ayushmann Khurrana has supported the #MeToo movement by saying that men should understand what consent is.
- Amritsar train tragedy: Bollywood shocked, calls for better safety
- Neha Kakkar thrilled with film version of her 'La la la' single
Singer Neha Kakkar says she is thrilled that her hit single "La la la" has been included in the soundtrack of the film "Baazaar", which stars Saif Ali Khan.Kajol, KJo, Ayan Mukerji support organ donation campaign
Directors Karan Johar and Ayan Mukerji, and actress Kajol have lent support to the 'Real Hero' 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.
- Real Madrid gear up for La Liga game vs Levante
- Messi 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.Jayasuriya charged under ICC anti-corruption code
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday charged former Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya with two counts of breaching the 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.
- WhatsApp working on linked accounts, vacation mode features
- Pre-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.YouTube recovers after one hour, thanks users for patience
World's biggest online video sharing platform YouTube on Tuesday restored its services after one hour of technical glitch.Microsoft unveils blush coloured 'Surface Laptop 2' in China
Microsoft on Monday unveiled a blush coloured "Surface Laptop 2" only for the Chinese market.
- Inform us about video-conferencing in observation homes, JJBs,SC tells Centre
- Norwegian who thwarted Nazi nuclear plan dies
- Congress leader Nirupam asks Maharashtra CM to sack 'corrupt' Minister
- Sidhu defends wife, questions railways
- Sri Lankan spinner Herath to retire after first England Test
- Himachal's mega hydropower project re-allotted
- Lok Sabha Speaker says India, Croatia need to engage more purposely
- Koreas, UNC agree to remove firearms, troops from border area
- Commuters struggle in NCR due to multiple strikes
- Minor fire at Kolkata Puja carnival premises amid heightened security
- Japan hockey coach hails India's 'attacking' hockey
- Today's girls should take inspiration from Princess Diana: Amruta Fadnavis
- 4 fire incidents in last 24 hours, air quality 'very poor' (Lead)
- EU urges US, Russia to remain in nuclear treaty
- Indonesia seeks transparent probe in Khashoggi murder
- US NSA meets Russian Security Council amid n-treaty tensions
- Taliban key commander among 21 killed in Afghanistan
- AAP forms frontal organisations ahead of Lok Sabha polls
- 68% rise in crorepatis since 2014, tax returns up 80%: CBDT
- Real Madrid holds practice session ahead of Champions League clash vs Viktoria Plzen
ScienceNASA calls for science payloads for delivery to Moon
In line with its plan to conduct more research on the Moon's surface ahead of a human return, NASA has issued a call for science instruments and technology payloads that will fly on commercial lunar landers as early as next year or 2020.NASA'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.
LifestyleMaha 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.Age-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.
IndiaSinha holds local administration responsible for Amritsar train tragedy
Union Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha on Sunday held the local administration responsible for the Amritsar tragedy in which 59 people were crushed to death by a train while watching the burning of the Dusshera effigy.Man held for killing wife over her alleged affair
A man was on Sunday arrested on the charge of killing his wife, police said.Delhi petrol pumps to shut for 24 hours starting Monday
Fuel pumps in the national capital will remain shut for 24 hours starting Monday 6 a.m. to press the Delhi government to lower value-added tax (VAT) on the key transport fuels.Amritsar train tragedy: Railways deny responsibility, train driver detained
The Punjab and Railway Police on Saturday questioned the driver of a train that crushed at least 60 people to death here while they were watching the burning of a Ravana effigy from a railway track.
World22 dead as train derails in Taiwan
At least 22 people died and 171 other passengers were injured Sunday when a train derailed near the Taiwanese capital, the country's emergency services said.Mexican school employee suspected of abusing 37 children
An administrative employee at a kindergarten was arrested on Friday on suspicion of having sexually abused 37 children, Mexican authorities said.Elections postponed in Afghanistan's Kandahar after top officials' assassination
The Afghan government on Friday delayed October 20 parliamentary elections by one week in Kandahar province after the provincial police chief and intelligence chief were assassinated by the Taliban.Trump 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.
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.