The Iraqi Prime Minister on Wednesday ordered the withdrawal from Kirkuk province of Shiite-led pro-government militias who took part in the successful campaign to expel Kurdish forces from the northern region.
- Iraqi PM orders withdrawal of militias from Kirkuk
- Victoria Beckham shuns alcohol on nights out
- Trump suggests he won't back bipartisan healthcare measure
- Sophie Turner uses snail gel eye patches
- UNSC condemns Taliban attacks in Afghanistan
- I'll never name the celebrity who raped me: Katie Price
- Senior Taliban leader presumed dead in US drone strike
- Congresswoman lied about his call to widow of fallen soldier: Trump
- Sarah Hyland slammed for body shaming driver
- US thanks Pakistan for rescuing N. American hostages
Kerala's money-spinning tourism industry has been hit hard by the GST regime, with taxes shooting to as high as 33 per cent and affecting five-star resorts, industry players say.
Much against the expectations of the real estate sector, this year's festive season is turning out to be somewhat disappointing for property developers as aspiring home buyers are extra cautious about investments in the backdrop of the slowing economy and unstable realty sector, hit by the short-term impact of the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) and the Goods & Services Tax (GST).
- GST 'killing' Kerala's booming tourism industry: Stakeholders
- In Kashmir, two women combat menstrual taboo, unhygienic practices
- Festive cheer eludes realty sector
- Widespread use of unapproved GM cotton shows official tolerance of illegality
- Pranab admits eyeing PM's post, was reluctant to work under Manmohan
- Indian, Russian scientists craft gold nanostars to destroy cancer cells
- Kerala CM rules out pre-poll alliance with Congress
- Housing demand remains subdued, affordable segment to drive future growth
- German football model is a lesson for India
- Labour reforms the antidote to India's perpetual job crisis
The Andhra governments flip-flop on extensive cultivation of unapproved genetically-modified (GM) herbicide-tolerant (HT) cotton seems to be symptomatic of the complacency which has infected even regulatory bodies and research institutions.
Singer-turned-designer Victoria Beckham has reportedly shunned alcohol on nights out in favour of chewing coffee beans. Her eldest son Brooklyn is not liking her new order.
A World Bank report cautioning Pakistan over its $31 billion gross external financing has triggered a fresh rift between the country's civil and military leadership.
It is high time corruption in the private sector is criminalised if the war on corruption has to be effective, says a former head of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) was beaten by the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in the state election of Lower Saxony.
Former President Pranab Mukherjee expected to be chosen as Prime Minister on two occasions -- first in 2004 when the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) came to power, and later in 2012 ahead of the Presidential election, he writes in his latest book "Coalition Years: 1996-2012".
US President Donald Trump raised doubts on Wednesday about his support for a bipartisan initiative to restore the ObamaCare subsidies he suspended last week in exchange for states' getting greater flexibility regulating health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
A pre-poll alliance with the Congress is ruled out, says Kerala Chief Minister and CPI-M leader Pinarayi Vijayan, who appears not to completely rule out a tactical tie-up with it after the 2019 general elections to check the BJP.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi was upset with Pranab Mukherjee for meeting with late Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray, despite being advised by her against doing so before his election as President of India in 2012, the third volume of his autobiography has revealed.