A Dubai-based Indian student will represent the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the World Education Games (WEG) - a contest in literacy, math and science, a media report said.
- F1 driver Sainz in hospital after accident
- Lower chances of US rate hike lifts Indian equities
- Traces of cocaine found in Indrani's urine samples: jail official
- Indian student to represent UAE at World Education Games
- Happy that I could rise to Pooja's expectations: Richa Chadha
- Malayalam author Subhash Chandran wins Vayalar award
- IOC to focus on rural areas to expand Indane base
- India's current account deficit down to 1.3 percent of GDP: Jaitley
- Indian American arrested for paid sex with male student
- Delhi policeman dies of dengue
Traces of cocaine were found in the urine samples of Indrani Mukerjea, one of the prime accused in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, Maharashtra jail officials revealed on Saturday.
Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz met with an accident during final practice at the Russian Grand Prix here on Saturday.
- Everyone has a 'sacred cow': Horse slaughter banned in the US
- No cakewalk for anyone, Bihar votes from Monday
- Shimla's garbage raises a stink in Chandigarh
- Job quotas pledge in private sector upsets upper castes
- Made mistakes in issuing tickets, but BJP will still win Bihar: Jayant Sinha
- Innovation kit for out-of-box ideas catching up in schools
- Love for unusual animals made me what I am: Wildlife adventurer Nigel Marven
- Can gap between Modi's vision and Hindu hyper-nationalists be bridged?
- Drink, eat, play at 'Yes Minister'!
- Indian President's trip is landmark visit: Israeli Ambassador
Malayalam writer Subhash Chandran has won this year's Vayalar Rama Varma Award, Kerala's most prestigious literary award, it was announced on Saturday.
Everyone has his 'sacred cow'. Even the American who ridicules the Indian's opposition to cow slaughter.
With LPG (cooking gas) consumption poised to grow from the existing 18 million tonnes to 25 million tonnes by 2022, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) is keen to expand its reach of cooking gas cylinders in rural pockets.
A Delhi Police official on Saturday died due to dengue, taking the toll due to the viral disease in the capital to 31.
An Indian-American former substitute teacher in Indiana state's Franklin township has been arrested on charges of patronising a prostitute after he paid money for sex with a teenaged male student, a media report said.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday secured a special relief package from his party-ruled Karnataka government for distressed farmers, reeling under drought, crop failure and a spate of suicides.
Legislative assemblies have been converted into an sphere of battle rather than debate, and "making remarks and shouting slogans" in institutions of democracy was a new practice, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said on Saturday.
Narendra Modi is probably learning the veracity of Stalin's insightful aphorism that while one death is a tragedy, a million is a statistic. In a country which has seen innumerable communal riots over the decades, and a 25 percent rise in inter-faith violence since Modi came to power, the furore over the death of one Muslim in a village near Delhi must be something of a puzzle and also hugely disconcerting for the government because it cannot quite anticipate what the fallout will be over a period of time.
It seems Richa Chadha is a director's actor. The actress is happy to receive compliments on the look of her character in her upcoming film "Cabaret", specially when it is coming direct from the film's producer -- Pooja Bhatt.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the country's current account deficit has come down substantially to around 1.3 percent of GDP in 2014-15, as against around 4.8 percent two years earlier.
The election pledge by BJP allies HAM and LJP to extend job quotas to the private sector if the BJP-led alliance wins the Bihar elections has upset the state's upper castes.