Four die as winter intensifies grip over north India
Four die as winter intensifies grip over north India

 Intense cold conditions continued unabated in north India today killing one person in Uttar Pradesh while three others died of suffocation after they lit a coal fire to keep their dwelling warm in Delhi.

Watch: 20 riders discovering India on Yamaha Mission 10,000km- Part II

Mission 10,000km - an initiative by Yamaha and Zee Media Corp Ltd, is an expedition in which 20 riders embarked on a journey of self-discovery aboard the FZS FI version 2.0.

Watch: 20 riders discovering India on Yamaha Mission 10000km

Mission 10,000km - an initiative by Yamaha and Zee Media Corp Ltd, is an expedition in which 20 riders embarked on a journey of self-discovery aboard the FZS FI version 2.0.

Flaunt a new you this New Year's Eve
Flaunt a new you this New Year's Eve

New Year’s Eve is one of the most awaited occasions of the year and all of us want to enter the premises of our new year’s bash with an all-new look. How to implement it with ease, elaborates, Renowned Cosmetologist & Aesthetician and Chair Person of ALPS Beauty Clinics, Ms.

India to seek clarification from UN on reference to Hafiz Saeed

 Perturbed over calling 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed as as 'sahib' by a UN Security Council panel, India will seek a clarification on it from the world body.

India to seek clarification from UN on reference to Hafiz Saeed

Perturbed over calling 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed as as 'sahib' by a UN Security Council panel, India will seek a clarification on it from the world body.

Make-up: Go red, gold for X-mas party
Make-up: Go red, gold for X-mas party

Christmas celebrations are in full swing, so colour your lips festive red and eyes glitzy gold.

Truecaller to set up R&D centre in India

Phone directory app Truecaller, which has nearly half of its 100 million users in India, will expand its base in the country with a research and development (R&D) centre and more marketing personnel.

We miss him all the time: Robin Williams' son on his death
We miss him all the time: Robin Williams' son on his death

Funnyman Robin Williams' son Zak says though it has been four months since the Oscar-winning actor died, his family remembers him every day.

Dance music scene in India has escalated: David Guetta
Dance music scene in India has escalated: David Guetta

Popular French DJ David Guetta feels the scenario of electronic dance music aka EDM in India has evolved over the last couple of years.

Bigg Boss 8: Gautam Gulati scared about relationship with Diandra
Bigg Boss 8: Gautam Gulati scared about relationship with Diandra

 Mumbai, Dec 21 (PTI) 'Bigg Boss 8' participant Gautam Gulati, who did not acknowledge his relationship with fellow evicted contestant Diandra Soares despite sharing cosy moments with her, says he was scared to admit the relationship because he was worried about his mother's reaction.

1.7 lakh Indians' names on NASA's Orion crew module

 As India celebrated its success in testing an unmanned space crew module on Thursday, over 1.7 lakh Indians had another reason to be happy as a similar NASA spacecraft carrying a microchip containing their names was brought back safely to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, US, on the same day after a space odyssey.

Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI
Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI

With close decisions going against India of late, current and former cricketers feel it is high time the BCCI give its nod to the contentious Decision Review System as refusal to accept technology is hurting the team badly.

MS Dhoni says India not far off away from Test wins
MS Dhoni says India not far off away from Test wins

Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said India have the pace, threat and aggression to win Tests away from home and it`s just a matter of time before results go their way.

'India unlikely to meet infant mortality rate target of 2015'

Going by the current pace of decline, India is unlikely to achieve its target of reducing the infant mortality rate to less than 39 per 1,000 live births by 2015-end, said a senior UNICEF official.

Steve Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Ryan Harris
Steve Smith should captain Australia in all formats: Ryan Harris

Australian pacer Ryan Harris feels stand-in Test skipper Steve Smith should be handed captaincy in all three formats if Michael Clarke fails to recover in time for next year's ODI cricket World Cup.

Lima did not safeguard interests of less developed nations like India: Experts
Lima did not safeguard interests of less developed nations like India: Experts

And the fissure nothing but deepened yet again! This is how experts would like to sum up the outcome of the 2014 Lima climate change talks where the developed and the developing countries supposedly sat across the table to strengthen the global partnership in combating climate change - that instead resulted in its dilution.

Australia name squad for Boxing Day Test against India
Australia name squad for Boxing Day Test against India

Australia named a 13-man squad for the Boxing Day Test match against visitors India starting at the MCG on Friday. 25-year-old Joe Burns has been added in the squad in place of injured Mitchell Marsh, Cricket Australia confirmed. Burns plays for Queensland and has represented Australia A.

Money in elections root cause of corruption: Ex-CEC Quraishi

Money generated from scams has begun to play a role in the polling process in India while the need for funds for election is the root cause of corruption, former chief election commissioner SY Quraishi said Saturday.

Targeted killings Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan's new terror style?

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan has adopted targeted killing to terrorize people. Peshawar school attack and the recent threats to kill the children of Army personnel and politicians explains it well.