The US has welcomed India joining as the 35th member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), saying New Delhi has demonstrated "a sustained commitment to nonproliferation".
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Security forces on Tuesday shot dead a top Hizbul Mujahideen militant in Jammu and Kashmir, triggering violent protests in Sopore to which he belonged.
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Nearly one in two Indians have granted access to contacts and mobile data in exchange for free apps and close to 40 per cent have granted access to their camera, revealed global leader in cyber security Norton by Symantec on Tuesday.
Ahead of the third edition of the Indian Super League (ISL), Mumbai City football club on Tuesday announced the addition of Hungarian midfielder Krisztian Vadocz and Brazilian defender Gerson Vieira to their squad.
The Congress in Goa on Tuesday condemned the government's decision to anchor an offshore casino vessel near Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary located on the outskirts of this city.
The Congress-led opposition on Tuesday staged its first walkout in the Kerala assembly to protest the alleged high-handedness of CPI-M workers towards two Dalit women in Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's hometown and also the "callous" attitude of the police.
Key Indian equity indices showed considerable recovery from last week's Brexit hangover to trade in the green during the mid-afternoon session on Tuesday, following global cues and a rebounding rupee.
South Korea on Tuesday rejected North Korea's proposal to hold a meeting of political parties and social organisations around August 15 marking the 71st anniversary of the peninsula's liberation from Japan's 1910-45 colonial rule.
Consuming higher levels of fatty fish such as salmon and trout and walnuts and flaxseed oil may increase the levels of omega-3 fatty acids and lower the risk of dying from heart attacks, finds a new study.
India will go to the Rio Olympic Games with over 100 competitors, crossing the three-figure mark for the first time; the hockey team played a Champions Trophy final after 36 years. Yet, the most discussed topic was the appointment of Anil Kumble as coach of Indian cricket team!
Actress Jacqueline Fernandez wants to try her hand at different genres in cinema, and she says she will be willing to do a sex comedy provided it is done aesthetically.
Actress Winona Ryder is surprised by actress Amber Heard's accusation that actor Johnny Depp abused her both physically and emotionally during their one-year marriage.
The Indian economy is at an interesting inflection point. With RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan announcing his plans to return to academia and the referendum in Britain voting to leave the EU, the world, it seems, has become more uncertain and risk-prone.
Addressing the delay in the release of Richa Chadha-starrer "Cabaret" -- which has already suffered two postponements in its release date, filmmaker Pooja Bhatt has said some copyright issues are being fixed before the movie gets "a dignified release".