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Pakistan to hold talks with India on all issues: Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan will hold dialogue with India on all issues including the longstanding Kashmir dispute, National Security Adviser Sartaj Aziz said on Sunday ahead of the Foreign Secretary-level talks next week.

34 more fall prey to swine flu; death toll climbs to 1,075

 Swine flu has claimed 34 more lives as the nationwide toll from the H1N1 virus touched 1,075 with the number of cases of the disease inching towards the 20,000 mark.

Taal Thok Ke: Panel discussion on PDP-BJP govt in J&K-Part II

Today's episode of 'Taal Thok Ke' analysis of PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir.

Taal Thok Ke: Panel discussion on PDP-BJP govt in J&K

Today's episode of 'Taal Thok Ke' analysis of PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir.

India wants to maintain cordial ties with neighbours: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on day said India wanted to maintain cordial relations with its neighbours, but if someone attempts to encroach upon its borders, a befitting reply would be given.

PMO to seek ideas for mobile app: Modi
PMO to seek ideas for mobile app: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said ideas from the public will be invited for developing a mobile app for his office (PMO) to make it mobile friendly for citizens.

Iran, India to form joint group to facilitate bilateral trade

 Aiming to boost export of Indian products to Iran, a joint working group of experts will be formed to facilitate bilateral trade.

Aashka Goradia not leaving '...Maharana Pratap'
Aashka Goradia not leaving '...Maharana Pratap'

Actress Aashka Goradia will reportedly remain in the popular historical TV show “Bharat Ka Veer Putra Maharana Pratap”.

India to join top global league with proposed black money law

India will join the league of countries like Singapore, UK and the US with its proposed law to check black money, under which those hiding income and evading tax in relation to foreign assets can be slapped with a prison term of up to ten years.

Sonam Kapoor tested positive for swine flu

Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor was tested positive for swine flu and is currently being treated at a private hospital in Gujarat, an official said.

Smita Patil 'forced' Nana Patekar to join film industry
Smita Patil 'forced' Nana Patekar to join film industry

Acclaimed actor Nana Patekar says he enjoyed doing plays on stage, but late actress and "very good friend" Smita Patil forced him to enter the film industry.

India's form a warning signal to other teams: RP Singh
India's form a warning signal to other teams: RP Singh

With India winning three matches in a row, pacer R P Singh believes the defending champions have found form at the right time, sending out a warning signal to other teams in the ongoing ODI cricket World Cup.

Rural flavour in Rajasthan's royal Sara Vilas

Golden yellow mustard fields, long winding roads, shimmering stars and a gentle wind whistling in the ears - that was the first impression that Mandawa cast on me once I left the hustle-bustle of metropolitan Delhi for an alluring charm of the small village of Rajasthan.

Watch: Mani Ratnam's take on modern romance in 'OK Kanmani' trailer
Watch: Mani Ratnam's take on modern romance in 'OK Kanmani' trailer

Ace director Mani Ratnam is back with another romance. The last time it was 15 years ago - 'Alaipayuthey' which is still considered as one of the most romantic movies of recent time. This time the director brings back the modern touch with 'OK Kanmani'. 

Case of Kalki Koechlin's lost and found ATM card
Case of Kalki Koechlin's lost and found ATM card

Actress Kalki Koechlin lost her ATM card but was lucky enough to get it back, courtesy a stranger.

Lanka says it will not allow docking of Chinese submarines

Sri Lanka on Saturday said it will not allow Chinese submarines to dock in its ports, a move apparently aimed at allaying India's concerns.

ICC World Cup: In-form India are delivering goods to their liking
ICC World Cup: In-form India are delivering goods to their liking

Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be a happy skipper of the Indian cricket team who look solid as an unit and are delivering the goods to their liking. India overcame minnows United Arab Emirates in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015 in a Pool B encounter in Perth on Saturday. The nine-wicket victory sees the Asian giants at the summit of their group.

Budget gives India opportunity to make a mark in world: Paul

Lauding the Union Budget as "very positive" and "courageous", NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul on Saturday said it gives India the opportunity to make a mark in the world.

Rajnath Singh terms Budget as progressive, forward looking one

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday hailed the Budget presented by his colleague Finance Minister Arun Jaitley saying he has presented a "forward looking" and "progressive" one that highlights the contours of 'new India'.

Budget 2015: Five ultra-mega power projects to be set up

The Government proposes to set-up 5 new Ultra Mega Power Projects, each of 4000 MWs in the plug-and-play mode.