Nigeria's Jonathan: 'I kept my word' on free, fair elections

Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan has said he had held true to his pledge of free and fair elections, as he conceded defeat to his main challenger Muhammadu Buhari.

Boycott wants selectors to be fair to `sacked` Pietersen amidst England recall rumours
Boycott wants selectors to be fair to `sacked` Pietersen amidst England recall rumours

Legendary cricketer Geoffrey Boycott has said that England selectors should be fair to sacked batsman Kevin Pietersen amidst rumours surrounding his possible team return to the national side.

Surajkund crafts fair begins near Delhi
Surajkund crafts fair begins near Delhi

 The 29th edition of the Surajkund International Crafts Mela (fair) began Sunday at Surajkund in Haryana's Faridabad district, adjoining New Delhi.

India hopes 2nd round of Maldives vote will be peaceful, fair

India asked Maldives and its people to ensure an environment conducive to a peaceful and transparent second round of Presidential election on September 28 while congratulating them for successful conclusion of the first round.

Army to organise fair at Kargil on Sep 3

In a goodwill gesture, Army is going to organise a fair at Kargil in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir on September 3.

Over two lakh devotees gather for Gangasagar fair

Over two lakh devotees have assembled at the Sagar Island in West Bengal to take a dip in the Ganga on the occasion of Makar Sankranti.

Pushkar fair begins in Ajmer

The famous Pushkar fair, which attracts
lakhs of people including foreign tourists, began on Thursday.

Perfume fair organized in Delhi

‘The Itra and Sugandhi Mela’, has been organized at Dilli Haat.

Footfalls increase at Surajkund crafts fair

The number of visitors to Surajkund Mela have gone up by nearly 20 percent.

SAARC fair begins in Singapore

A first of its kind SAARC fair that highlights exotic food, arts and crafts.

`Shanghai Expo` comes to an end

Curtains came down on the six- month-long `Shanghai Expo`, billed as the biggest and most expensive fair in which almost all countries, including India,
showcased their concepts and cultures.

Fairs planned to boost horticulture exports to Gulf

Fairs will be organised in the Gulf as part of the efforts to increase exports of Indian horticulture produce to the region, a central minister said here on Saturday.

New fair targets France`s 260,000 annual divorces

The city of romance got a lesson in love`s hard knocks as thousands flocked to the French capital`s first divorce fair.