Nearly 3 lakh pilgrims complete Amarnath Yatra

Jul 24 2019 | 2 hrs ago

Record number of devotees this year have completed their Amarnath pilgrimage. In just a little over three weeks the numbers have crossed 2.90 lakh.

Karnataka Saga: Congress Mulling Disqualification Of Rebels

Jul 23 2019

Unable to woo back its 14 MLAs who have tendered their resignations, the Congress is mulling the idea of disqualifying them, party sources indicated.

Sonebhadra's 1955 Papers Go Missing

Jul 23 2019

The three-member committee set up by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to probe the circumstances that led to the transfer of the gram sabha land resulting in the Sonebhadra killings, has hit a major roadblock.

24 Indians On Board Seized Iranian Tanker Safe: Minister

Jul 23 2019

All 24 Indians on board the Iranian oil tanker Grace 1 seized by British marines in the Strait of Gibraltar are safe, Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said.

'Golden Girl' Hima Das Promises More Medals For India

Jul 22 2019

Ace Indian sprinter Hima Das, who has been on a golden roll in July, has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi that she will continue to work hard and bring more medals for the country.

Ready For Constructive Cooperation, But Can't Be Intimidated: Mamata Banerjee

Jul 22 2019

In an apparent message to the Narendra Modi-led Central government, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said her TMC was ready to cooperate with it for constructive work, but under no circumstances can it be intimidated into submission.

World Bank continues to support Andhra Pradesh with over $1-bn programme

Jul 21 2019

The World Bank, which has dropped a loan proposal for Amaravati project, Sunday said it continues to support Andhra Pradesh with an over one billion USD programme that covers the health, agriculture, energy and disaster management sectors.

Kartarpur corridor: Pakistan's tacit pandering of pro-Khalistani elements a worry

Jul 21 2019

Even as it is moving ahead with the Kartarpur corridor project, India has concerns about pro-Khalistan elements in Pakistan misusing the pilgrimage for its propaganda.

Indian selectors give old heads one more go for WI series

Jul 21 2019

As for M.S. Dhoni, the chief selector said that while the former India skipper has made himself unavailable for the series against Windies, they are looking at grooming Rishabh Pant.

Diabetic women at greater risk of heart failure than men

Jul 21 2019

While doctors know that diabetes raises the risk of heart failure, a global study of 12 million people has found that this risk is greater for women than men.