ICC World Cup: Chris Gayle force keeps India on toes
ICC World Cup: Chris Gayle force keeps India on toes

Defending champions India will look to continue their recent success against Chris Gayle when they clash with the West Indies in the World Cup at the WACA ground in Perth on Friday.

DNA: Is giving Nirbhaya rape convict chance to exercise his freedom of speech justified?

There is outrage after excerpts of an interview of a December 16 gang-rape convict came into public domain.

India to test flight reusable rocket soon: Jitendra Singh

India will conduct a test flight of a reusable launch vehicle by the second quarter of this year to reduce the cost of satellite launches, union minister Jitendra Singh said on Wednesday.

India, Spain join hands for defence cooperation

India and Spain on Wednesday signed an agreement on 'Mutual Protection of Classified Information' to provide the framework for enhanced cooperation in the defence sector.

Ashok Gajapathi Raju for inter-disciplinary studies, research at aviation university

Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Wednesday stressed the need for a sense of direction for promoting innovation in teaching-learning process and undertaking inter-disciplinary studies and research at the proposed National Aviation University.

Indians praising Pak should be 'hit with shoes': Sadhvi

VHP leader sadhvi Balika Saraswati has stoked a controversy saying that people who live in India and praise Pakistan should be "hit with shoes" and sent to that country, following which police are mulling action against her.

India calls for more transparency in UN chief's appointment

With the term of current UN chief Ban Ki-moon set to end in 2016, India has called for a "more inclusive and transparent" procedure for appointment of the Secretary-General and said the Security Council should recommend more than one candidate to the General Assembly.

British-Asian lesbian lovers found guilty over minor's murder

Two lesbian lovers, of Indian and Bangladeshi origin, were found guilty on Wednesday by a British court of manslaughter for brutally killing an eight-year-old girl.

Patna court lifts stay on release of 'Dirty Politics'
Patna court lifts stay on release of 'Dirty Politics'

 A day after it stayed the release of Bollywood film "Dirty Politics" in cinema halls, the Patna High Court Wednesday lifted the order, a government lawyer said.

India to test flight reusable rocket soon

India will conduct a test flight of a reusable launch vehicle by the second quarter of this year to reduce the cost of satellite launches, union minister Jitendra Singh said on Wednesday.

46 Indian monuments nominated for World Heritage Site list
46 Indian monuments nominated for World Heritage Site list

India has submitted a list of 46 monuments for their inclusion as Unesco World Heritage Sites, parliament was informed on Wednesday.

Delhi Art Gallery spreads wings to New York
Delhi Art Gallery spreads wings to New York

To increase its significant presence in the West, Delhi Art Gallery on Wednesday announced it would be opening its first gallery in New York on March 18.

Conversations invaded by 'conversationalist' mobiles: Amitabh Bachchan
Conversations invaded by 'conversationalist' mobiles: Amitabh Bachchan

 Megastar Amitabh Bachchan finds it challenging for elders to match the speed with which the youngsters express themselves, as well as wonders how mobile phones nowadays have replaced conversations.

My intention not to be a factory: Lucky Ali
My intention not to be a factory: Lucky Ali

Lucky Ali, known for his soulful music, says he has never intended to be a factory of songs and albums. He plays music when he likes to.

Farhan Akhtar wraps up 'Wazir'
Farhan Akhtar wraps up 'Wazir'

The much anticipated drama 'Wazir', starring Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar has wrapped up. 

Nirbhaya Rape Case: When a documentary becomes national shame

“A woman is to blame for rape!”

“They provoke men with their short clothes!”

“They wouldn't dress up if they didn't want to be raped!”

“Don't resist rape– it would be simpler for you!”

India to host 22nd World Congress on fertility

India will host the 22nd world congress on fertility which aims to promote education and research in the field of reproductive medicine and also raise the standards of its practice.

'India, China can make dragon-elephant tango possible'

Noting that development was a common strategic goal for both India and China, Chinese Ambassador to India Le Yucheng has said the two countries can complement each other's advantages to make "dragon-elephant tango" possible.

Smartphone shoppers rise significantly in India

Online purchases made through mobile phones in India have grown by more than 100 percent over the past two years, indicating a steep upward trend in e-commerce propelled by expediency, reveals the MasterCard Online Shopping Survey 2014 released here on Wednesday.

Hurriyat welcomes India-Pakistan secretaries meeting

Moderate faction of Hurriyat Conference on Wednesday termed the meeting of Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan as a "positive development", but called upon Prime Ministers of both the countries to take up Kashmir issue in a more serious way and as a matter of priority.