- Turkish President hosts dinner for Sharif
- David Bowie dominates Brit Awards 2017
- Hundreds of thousands vote in Uttar Pradesh
- Oestrogen therapy may boost oral health: Study
- Neha Kakkar nervous about recreated version of 'Tu cheez...'
- Sevilla manage 2-1 win over Leicester City
- Japan to pay damages to Okinawans hit by US jets' noise
- Google doodle celebrates discovery of seven exoplanets
- Australian postal chief quits over high salary
- JNU trashes as ridiculous students' 'work 2 days' offer
Singer Neha Kakkar, who has crooned a revamped version of the popular song "Tu cheez badi hai mast mast" for the forthcoming film "Machine", says she is nervous about it.
Post-menopausal women who undergo oestrogen therapy may get healthier teeth and gums, a study has found.
- Sharp slump in fruit-vegetable exports prompts long-term remedies
- Naturally gravitated towards Grammy-winning White Sun's music: Tabla ace Abhiman Kaushal
- Would love to work on films rooted in history: Designer Anju Modi
- Construction industry needs to do its bit to cut pollution
- Why India cannot follow new WHO guidelines to protect mothers
- For these Arunachal men, off-roading is family affair
- Mizoram set to become power surplus -- third state in the northeast
- Odisha hopeful of world heritage tag for Bhitarkanika National Park
- eToilets: Transforming sanitation via technology
- New-Age Adobe products enable companies deliver varied experiences
Sevilla dominated nearly all of their Champions League first-leg football tie against Leicester City before Jamie Vardy gave the visitors a vital equaliser in the away game, which the Spanish club won 2-1.
It is estimated that nearly 70 per cent of the buildings that will exist in Indian cities by 2030 are yet to be built. Which means that India is unlikely to lose its infamous badge of "country with the deadliest polluted air" any time soon -- unless it takes some quick counter-measures.
A Japanese court on Thursday ordered the central government to pay over $260 million in compensation to residents living near a US airbase in Okinawa over aircraft noise.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Thursday trashed as "ridiculous" the agitating students' offer to "allow" the authorities to resume work in the administrative block for two days with a limited staff.
The CEO of Australia's state-run postal service quit on Thursday, two weeks after he faced a backlash for taking a salary of 5.6 million Australian dollars ($4.3 million) last financial year.
India's largest telecom service provider Bharti Airtel on Thursday announced that it has inked a definitive agreement to acquire Telenor (India).
Facebook has come under severe criticism for banning a US-born transgender YouTube personality for slamming social justice activists.
India must double antenatal visits by health workers to pregnant women to reduce the risk of stillbirths and pregnancy complications, according to a new World Health Organisation (WHO) guideline released last November. Is India ready to implement this and other new guidelines to protect its mothers? It is not, an analysis of government data and research studies shows.
Hundreds of thousands of people on Thursday voted across 53 constituencies in the fourth phase of assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, officials said.
Rock star David Bowie, who died in January last year, was awarded Best British male and Best British Album for "Blackstar" at the Brit Awards 2017 here.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted a family dinner here in honour of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Google on Thursday celebrated with a doodle NASA's announcement of the discovery of seven Earth-size planets around a single nearby star -- believed to be the best target yet for studying the atmospheres of potentially habitable worlds outside our solar system.