Natural disasters kill over 370 in China in first half of 2015

At least 379 people have been killed and 56 others missing in natural disasters in China during the first six months this year, an official report said on Thursday.

Hail, snow, floods, a tornado and tropical storm for Mother's Day in US

  Hail, snow, flooding, a tornado and a tropical storm made it a "severe weather" Mother`s Day in much of the center of the United States and on the Carolina coast on Sunday.

Coen Brothers' 'Hail, Caesar!' to release in 2016
Coen Brothers' 'Hail, Caesar!' to release in 2016

Coen Brothers' next film 'Hail, Caesar!' will release on February 5, 2016.

Misbah-ul Haq hails Pakistan's crushing victory over Australia
Misbah-ul Haq hails Pakistan's crushing victory over Australia

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq hailed his side's first Test victory over Australia in Dubai today as "one of the finest wins" but added his team needed to remain focused to win the series.

Jonah Hill in `Hail, Caesar!`

Actor Jonah Hill is in talks to join George Clooney starrer period comedy `Hail, Caesar!`.

Hail kills 6, injures 3 in east China

Sudden gales and hail killed six people and injured three others in two counties in east China`s Anhui Province early Friday morning, according to government sources.

Civil society hails deal between Govt and Hazare

Civil society activists hailed the agreement between government and Anna Hazare for holding his fast at Ramlila Maidan and demanded that the Jan Lokpal Bill at least be brought to Parliament which could take a call on it.

J&K: Political parties hail revocation of Dogra certificate

Political parties and both factions of Hurriyat Conference hailed the decision of J&K government of revocation of the Dogra
certificate with the opposition PDP saying the move "exposed"
the state government`s "callous approach".

Bollywood hails Anna Hazare`s triumph

Bollywood has raised a resounding cheer for social activist Anna Hazare`s victory in the fight against corruption, saying his fast-unto-death to push for a stringent Lokpal Bill heralds the beginning of a new era.

Japan hails India`s track record on N-front

Appreciating India`s track record
on non-proliferation front, Japan on Saturday expressed keenness to
conclude the civil nuclear agreement with it at the earliest.

Seminary hails fatwa against forcing labourers to toil in heat

A leading Islamic seminary
on Wednesday endorsed a fatwa issued by the Supreme Judicial Council
in Saudi Arabia against forcing labourers to work in the hot
summer sun.