This British Airways ad ‘fuelled by love’ will move you to tears - Watch

This British Airways ad ‘fuelled by love’ will move you to tears - Watch

A new British Airways ad will bring tears of joy to your eyes. 

Aparna Kumar - India's first civil servant to conquer Antarctica’s highest peak

Aparna Kumar, an Uttar Pradesh cadre IPS officer, scaled the highest peak in Antarctica last week, to become India's first civil servant to do it.

Akshay Kumar shares inspiring video – The sign of a real hero

Akshay Kumar shares inspiring video – The sign of a real hero

The Khiladi of Bollywood took to Twitter Wednesday morning to share an inspiring video, that will tell what makes a person a real hero.

DNA: Analysis on the suffering of Indian farmers

Watch this video to know how our farmers are suffering the pressure of loan and low harvesting. A detailed report on this issue is shown in the video.

Tarek Fatah trolls Congress leader Meem Afzal; says 'my forefathers were Indians', targets Sonia's ancestry

Tarek Fatah trolls Congress leader Meem Afzal; says 'my forefathers were Indians', targets Sonia's ancestry

Known for his criticism of Pakistan's double standards, author and columnist Tarek Fatah on Friday trolled Congress leader Meem Afzal when the latter accused him of being disloyal towards his own country.

‘Indian’ Adnan Sami celebrates ‘new morning’ in his home in ‘amchi Mumbai’

‘Indian’ Adnan Sami celebrates ‘new morning’ in his home in ‘amchi Mumbai’

Adnan took to Twitter to thank Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for approving his Indian Citizenship.

ISI use their intelligent weapon, 'honeytrap'!

A man named Ranjith gets trapped in a "Honey Trap" that ISI used on him in order to gain valuable intel about Indian Air force. Ranjith, a 24 years old army official, coming from Kerala used Facebook and Skype in order to transfer the intel of Indian Air Force to the ISI.

Indian, Pakistan hold flag meeting in Poonch

Indian and Pakistani army field commanders held a flag meeting on Tuesday.

Nepal passes long-delayed post-quake reconstruction bill

Kathmandu Amid protests by Indian-origin Madhesi lawmakers, Nepal's Parliament today passed a long- delayed bill to expedite post-quake rebuilding that was stuck despite pledges of over USD 4 billion in foreign aid to the country hit by two temblors that killed about 9,000 people.

Need to ensure every Indian can live without fear, prejudice: President

Pranab Mukherjee said that the social fabric of our country would remain strong if every individual can live without "fear and prejudice".

4,18,536 prisoners lodged in different jails in the country

There were a total of 4,18,536, inmates lodged in the jails in the country by the end of December 2014.

Proud to be an Indian, no plans to leave the country, says Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan's statement on intolerance created buzz in the country when people started accusing him for his controversial statement. Now Aamir Khan has stated that his wife and he are not leaving the country.

Naresh Kumar Sharma wins first Paralympic quota for India

Shooter Naresh Kumar Sharma became the first para athlete from India to grab a quota for 2016 Rio Paralympics.

India, Russia joint military exercise begins

Indian and Russian armies on Tuesday commenced their two-week INDRA-2015 joint military exercise at the Mahajan Field Firing Ranges in Rajasthan's Bikaner district, over 350 km from here.

One of two Indian brothers arrested in US on terrorism charges

One of two Indian brothers arrested in US on terrorism charges

The two Indians among the indicted are Yahya Farooq Mohammad, 37, and his brother Ibrahim Zubair Mohammad.

Indian wins grant to study deadly skin cancer

Although melanoma is one of the least common types, representing only about two percent of skin cancer cases, it is one of the most deadly.

Modi speaks to Nepal PM, takes up killing of Indian in police firing

Modi speaks to Nepal PM, takes up killing of Indian in police firing

During the telephonic conversation, PM Modi expressed concern over the incident and requested for details.

Indian-origin ice cream vendor shot dead in the US

A 45-year-old Indian-origin ice cream vendor has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the US state of California, prompting police to announce a USD 10,000 reward money for information leading to the arrest of the killer, media reports said.

Indian injured in Haj stampede

An Indian is among the over 400 people injured in a Haj stampede in Saudi Arabia that left at least 220 people, Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said.