DNA: How safe is your helmet?

Cracking the whip on the traffic violations and keeping in view the rising number of fatal motorbike accidents in India, Zee Media carried out a reality check on helmets.

DNA: China holds military parade, announces 3 lakh troop cut

President Xi Jinping announced on Thursday he would cut troop levels by 300,000 as China held its biggest display of military might in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in World War Two, an event shunned by most Western leaders.

DNA: Analysis of break up of 'grand alliance' in Bihar

In a major blow to the 'Janata Parivar' - the grand alliance floated by six parties to counter BJP in Bihar - Mulayam Singh Yadav's Samajwadi Party on Thursday walked out of it and announced that it will contest the crucial assembly elections in the state alone.

Mild earthquake jolts Rajasthan, no damage reported
Mild earthquake jolts Rajasthan, no damage reported

A 4.4-magnitude earthquake jolted Jaipur and other parts of Rajasthan late on Thursday night.

Hurriyat's Geelani writes 'secret' letter to Nawaz Sharif

A three-member delegation from the Hurriyat Conference belonging to the Syed Ali Shah Geelani faction met Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit on Tuesday, and handed over a confidential letter for Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

India attaches highest importance to ties with Lanka: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said India attaches the highest importance to its relations with Sri Lanka and looks forward to taking the ties to new heights as he received former President Chandrika Kumaratunga here.

Philips unveils new healthcare products, some made in India

Dutch consumer and well-being electronics giant Royal Philips on Thursday launched a host of products -- from a wearable healthcare watch to air purifiers -- some of which were jointly developed at its India innovation arms in Pune and Bengaluru.

China's victory day parade: Should India worry?

Do the photographs of China's victory day parade come as a warning for India? Find out here.

Indonesia to launch satellite from India

Indonesia is set to launch a locally made satellite from India on September 27, a media report said on Thursday.

New app to address healthcare needs

Now you can consult top doctors in India online and book an appointment with them as well thanks to a new app launched by TopDoctorsOnline.com (TDO).

Crores for smart cities, nothing for model villages: Congress MP

Congress parliamentarian Shantaram Naik on Thursday accused the central government of discriminating against villages, vis-a-vis the cities.

Australia calls for deeper counter-terrorism cooperation with India

Asserting that no country should export militancy, Australia Thursday called for deeper counter-terrorism cooperation with India, including intelligence sharing to fight the growing threat of online radicalism, as it sought to ramp up bilateral defence ties.

Will inflict heavy losses in case of short or long war, Pak Defence Minister warns India
Will inflict heavy losses in case of short or long war, Pak Defence Minister warns India

In the wake of heightened tensions and cross-border firing between Indian and Pakistani troops along the LoC recently, Pakistan's Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Thursday said his country was ready for a short or long conflict.

Only 7% Pakistanis have faith in Narendra Modi
Only 7% Pakistanis have faith in Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi, who became the Indian Prime Minister after securing a huge victory in the 2014 General Election, has huge support in Vietnam.

Cong leader voices concern over 'war-like rhetoric' from Pakistan, India

Senior Congress leader Karan Singh on Thursday expressed serious concern over "war-like rhetoric" from civil and military brass both in Pakistan and India as he favoured talks between the two countries on all outstanding issues, including Jammu and Kashmir.

SAARC countries' conference on disaster begins in Delhi

A conference of SAARC countries to chalk out and undertake joint efforts on various issues related to disaster mapping and mitigation in the member nations began here today.

Inside view: Hillary Clinton e-mails reveal what US thinks of India
Inside view: Hillary Clinton e-mails reveal what US thinks of India

The release of over 4,000 emails of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has given a rare insight into the growth of Indo-US engagement during the previous Congress-led UPA regime.

Nawaz Sharif blames India for border firing, says Pakistan's patience is not its weakness
Nawaz Sharif blames India for border firing, says Pakistan's patience is not its weakness

In line with Pakistan's game to blame India for firing along the border between the two countries, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has 'warned' New Delhi against testing Islamabad's patience on the matter.

Nepalese cops cross border to take shelter in SSB posts during protests

In an unprecedented incident, over three dozen armed Nepalese police personnel crossed the border and took shelter in frontier posts of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) when Nepal witnessed sporadic incidents of violence and attacks on the men in uniform recently.