Who said I'm quitting 'Sasural Simar Ka', asks Aadesh Chaudhary
Who said I'm quitting 'Sasural Simar Ka', asks Aadesh Chaudhary

 Actor Aadesh Chaudhary is surprised by rumours that he's withdrawing from his role in TV show "Sasural Simar Ka" due to some creative differences. Instead, he says he's happy with the way his character is shaping up.

Burdwan blast: Bangladeshi intelligence team to visit India

A team of Bangladeshi intelligence officials will visit India and talk to investigators including the NIA, regarding the Burdwan blast in West Bengal in which terror outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) is suspected to be involved.

Priyanka Chopra to endorse real estate group
Priyanka Chopra to endorse real estate group

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra was on Thursday roped in to endorse Unnati Fortune Group, a real estate entity.

SAARC summit: Pakistan relents, agrees to signing of energy pact
SAARC summit: Pakistan relents, agrees to signing of energy pact

After piling pressure from the South Asian leaders to salvage the summit, Pakistan on Thursday relented and agreed to back an energy pact for SAARC nations.

Jaitley reiterates government's vision, commitment for relations with China

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley reiterated the government's vision and commitment for working towards expanding and deepening engagements and relations between India and China, based on mutual complementaries and common interests.

E-visa facility launched to double tourism contribution in GDP: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said the e-visa facility for 43 countries had been rolled out to double the contribution of the Tourism Industry in the Gross domestic product (GDP).

India-Nepal bus service completes maiden journey

The first ever bus service between India and Nepal successfully completed its maiden journey from Kathmandu to New Delhi.

Watching a film together doesn't mean you're dating: Sonakshi Sinha
Watching a film together doesn't mean you're dating: Sonakshi Sinha

Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who has been linked romantically to her 'Tevar' co-star Arjun Kapoor, says if they work together and watch films together, it doesn't mean they're in a relationship.

What is the most annoying bad habit?
What is the most annoying bad habit?

A new survey has revealed few of the bad behaviours or habits with "using a disabled parking space without holding a blue badge" topping the list, which irritates people.

Modi, Sharif shake hands; India says interested in meaningful dialogue with Pakistan
Modi, Sharif shake hands; India says interested in meaningful dialogue with Pakistan

A day after Pakistan blocked the signing three key proposals initiated by India for greater regional integration, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met with his counterpart Nawaz Sharif when the leaders of the South Asian nations were at an informal retreat in Dhulikhel on the concluding day of the SAARC summit.

Six years after 26/11, how safe is Mumbai?

As India observed the sixth anniversary of the dastardly 26/11 attacks, Zee Media team carried out a reality check on Mumbai internal security.

PM Narendra Modi raises 26/11 attacks issue at SAARC

Today, as we remember the horror of the terror attack in Mumbai in 2008, we feel the endless pain of lost lives," PM Narendra Modi said at Saarc summit in Kathmandu on Wednesday.

This season go metallic with your make up
This season go metallic with your make up

Metallic hues exhibit class; especially when used in makeup. And, when you talk about weddings, these can be perfectly carried-off by a bride as they match her lehenga embroidery just so well! Similarly, anyone can pull of these hues with utmost perfection this wedding season.

Greats say Australia-India Test should go ahead
Greats say Australia-India Test should go ahead

Cricket greats Allan Border and Ian Healy on Thursday said Australia`s Test against India next week should go ahead despite players struggling to deal with Phillip Hughes` shocking head injury.

India-Pakistan friction threatens South Asia trade at SAARC summit

Hostilities between rivals India and Pakistan on Wednesday threatened to scupper efforts by South Asian leaders to boost trade among almost a quarter of the world`s people, throwing into doubt any prospect of a regional customs union.

SAARC summit: Pressure piles on Pakistan to save trade agenda​
SAARC summit: Pressure piles on Pakistan to save trade agenda​

With Pakistan playing spoilsport by blocking three major SAARC connectivity agreements initiated by India, efforts are on to persuade Nawaz Sharif to ensure that the connectivity pacts, including a motor vehicle agreement, are inked before the SAARC declaration on Thursday.

PM Narendra Modi asks SAARC to fulfil commitment on fighting terror
PM Narendra Modi asks SAARC to fulfil commitment on fighting terror

Pakistan's intransigence on Wednesday led to the failure of the SAARC Summit to reach agreements on greater connectivity among the eight member nations on its opening day which was marked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi firmly asking the members to fulfill their commitment to combat terrorism.

McKinsey CEO Dominic Barton praises PM Modi

World's largest whiteshoe consulting firm McKinsey CEO Dominic Barton says that India is back on the priority list of CEOs after Narendra Modi's ascension to power.

India to develop tourist circuit tracing Huen Tsang's travels

India on Wednesday said it plans to develop a tourist circuit tracing Chinese scholar Huen Tsang's travels during his nine-year stay in the country in the seventh century.