Daily National News Updates
Eighty Indian nationals are being evacuated from unrest-hit Yemen by air to Djibouti, the government said on Saturday.
The Melbourne Cricket Ground's (MCG) hallowed surface will add another feather to its cap when it hosts the final of the 11th World Cup between tournament co-hosts Australia and New Zealand on Sunday.
Expressing serious concern over suspicion that a Bangladeshi gang was involved in the sensational ganrgape of a septuagenarian nun inside a convent at Ranaghat, West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi on Saturday urged the central and state governments to act jointly to stop infiltration from across the border.
- 80 Indians flying out of Yemen capital: MEA
- Government committed to promoting business ties with nations
- Nun gangrape: Bengal governor seeks joint action against infiltration
- Yemen crisis, terrorism top Arab League agenda
- Bihar to skill up one crore youth by 2020: Nitish
- Unbelievable to be World No.1: Saina
- Mamata congratulates Saina
- Lights in Delhi, Kolkata blink off for India's seventh Earth Hour
- Minor killed for resisting sodomy attempt
- ISIS 'death threat' to AoL founder Ravi Shankar
- Melbourne Cricket Ground - fascinating history and cricketing folklore
- Personalised meds on way for prostate cancer patients?
- Cricket fans have shown lot of maturity
- Sonia in charge but her alliance is shaky
- Scale of AAP victory too much for friend and foe
- A bank run by beggars, for beggars in Bihar town
- A mother's dilemma, a virtual world, Nepal
- Worth spending big on cosmetics: British makeup artist
- Telangana takes lessons from Kerala on biodiversity
- India must be wary of Tamil extremism in Sri Lanka
Leaders of Arab League nations on Saturday gathered in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh for a two-day summit to deliberated upon the Yemen crisis, terrorism and security challenges being faced by the various countries.
The Indian government is committed to promoting close economic and trade ties with other countries, a top official said here on Saturday.
If Rahul Gandhi is in retreat in a Buddhist monastery in Myanmar, as rumours have it, then he can be said to be imitating, in part, the Sakya prince who left home and hearth 2,500 years ago to find out the meaning of life.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins to build a relationship with Sri Lanka's new leadership, the one thing he needs to be wary of is the extremist Tamil position in the island nation.
The nightmare of being the mother of a 27-year-old, looking at a relationship through the lens of virtual reality and a journey through Nepal are some of the hand-picked gems IANS is treating its readers to this weekend. Take a look.
I so hate that Eminem song that uses a police siren as an instrument. Every time it's on the car radio I have a heart attack. Why are the police following me and why can't I see them?
The Bihar government is planning to skill up one crore youth in the state in a time span of five years to make them compete globally for industries requiring skilled workforce, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Saturday.
All the talk of heart and mind on the eve of the India-Australia semifinal was nothing but an expression of the lurking fear that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will, after all, not be returning with the cricket World Cup he had won four years ago.