Daily National News Updates
A Brazilian engineer has designed a machine capable of producing 5,000 litres of drinking water a day by condensing humidity from the air and processing it to make it suitable for human consumption.
- Modi reaches Srinagar
- Six farmers commit suicide in Vidarbha
- Modi greets Pranab from Siachen
- Ganga cleaning improves aquatic life
- Venkaiah Naidu to adopt cyclone-hit village
- Justin Bieber poses nude
- McConaughey is gorgeous: Jessica Chastain
- Katie Price's naughty fairy look
- Modi visits Siachen, Pakistan violates truce
- Golfer Bhullar to defend Indonesia Open title
- The answer to water scarcity might be in the air
- Goa government clips anti-graft judge's power; decision challenged
- Modi regime continues UPA's 'disingenuity' on offshore black money
- Mobile advertising gathering steam this festive season
- Hindu Sindhis from Pakistan to get elusive Indian citizenship
- Himachal's cold desert seed potatoes tingle palates
- When Ethiopians joined hands with Indians to celebrate Diwali
- Get glimpses of Nobel laureates' inspirational lives
- India's 'five sixers' do important business in the Philippines
- 'India's re-election to UNHRC is endorsement of its position'
They are known as the "five sixers" in local parlance, are considered virtually indispensable by the locals, but are resented too and, what is more, their numbers are growing. Meet the Indian expatriates from Punjab who have spread out across the hinterland in the Philippines, making a living from "microfinance" - a polite term for money lending.
An activist Thursday blamed official apathy for the suicide by six farmers in Maharashtra's Vidarbha region.
Over three years ago, the Supreme Court had described as "disingenuous" the then UPA government's argument, now being parroted by the Narendra Modi government, that the "confidentiality" clause in the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) between India and Germany came in the way of disclosing names of those who had parked their black money in Liechtenstein's LGT Bank.
An Assam village has been making firecrackers for over a 100 years and has now got a logo that will help it distinguish from the hugely popular Sivakasi products.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here Thursday afternoon to meet victims of the recent floods in Jammu and Kashmir.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted President Pranab Mukherjee on the occasion of Diwali Thursday -- from the icy heights of Siachen Glacier.