Irish PM calls election for February 26

Polls indicate the current coalition government led by Fine Gael`s Kenny with junior centre-left party Labour will struggle to gain the minimum 80 seats.

ICC U19 WC: Nepal create history after beating Ireland, Sri Lanka, Pakistan win

ICC U19 WC: Nepal create history after beating Ireland, Sri Lanka, Pakistan win

Nepal and India took the top two spots in Group D, while Pakistan and Sri Lanka advanced from Group B.

Rahul Dravid's India colts face Irish test in U-19 World Cup opener

Rahul Dravid's India colts face Irish test in U-19 World Cup opener

Being three-time champions, the tournament has always helped India unearth raw talent who have gone on to become big stars in the future.

Facebook announces sixth data center in Ireland!

Facebook announces sixth data center in Ireland!

These data centers are set up to ensure that users receive the best services and facilities on social media.

ICC invites Ireland after Australia withdraw from U-19 World Cup in Bangladesh

ICC invites Ireland after Australia withdraw from U-19 World Cup in Bangladesh

Cricket Australia is concerned over security issues ahead of global event.

Associate, Affiliate nations concerned about ICC's fund reduction

Associate, Affiliate nations concerned about ICC's fund reduction

Ross McCollom, the chairman of Cricket Ireland, advocated that the ICC should no longer fund Afghanistan and Ireland from the Associate pot.

Infosys to create 250 new technology jobs in Ireland

Infosys to create 250 new technology jobs in Ireland

Country's second largest software services company Infosys Monday said it aims to create 250 new jobs over the next three years in Ireland to develop new technologies and support innovation in global financial institutions.

Racial attack on Indian family in Northern Ireland

An Indian family faced racial attack in Northern Ireland as their car was torched in the premises of their house, a media report said.

Tens of thousands without power as storm batters Ireland

Tens of thousands of homes in Ireland were left without electricity as a storm swept across the country.

Ireland celebrates 1st gay marriages after May referendum

Ireland celebrated its first gay marriages on Tuesday, six months after voters overwhelmingly chose to legalize the practice in the traditionally conservative Catholic nation.

A look at Euro 2016 qualifying play-off fixtures

A look at Euro 2016 qualifying play-off fixtures

Sweden against Denmark is the highlight amongst all ties in the qualifiers.

No conclusion yet in Russian plane crash, says probe panel

An Egyptian-led probe panel investigating the Russian plane crash last week on Saturday said it is considering all possible scenarios for the crash that killed 224 people and has not reached a conclusion yet even as black box data from the plane indicated it was bombed.

Russian aircraft disintegrates in midair before crash

 The Russian aircraft disintegrated in midair before it crashed over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, state-run Ahram newspaper reported on Sunday.

Gay marriage bill signed into law in Ireland

Same-sex marriage has been signed into law in Ireland, five months after a historic referendum saw the traditionally Catholic nation become the world's first country to vote for gay unions.

 IBM says it faces probe of accounting practices

IBM says it faces probe of accounting practices

IBM says federal regulators are investigating its accounting of some business transactions in the United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Ireland edge Zimbabwe in third One-day International

Ireland edge Zimbabwe in third One-day International

An early 48-run partnership between Paul Stirling and Andrew Balbirnie set Ireland on their way to a two-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the third and final One-day International here.

Ten dead, including children, at Dublin travellers' site

Ten people are now known to have died, including a baby and children, after a pre-dawn fire today at a site in Dublin housing members of the traveller community.

Over 1,800 migrants rescued from six boats adrift off Libya

A total of 1,830 people were brought ashore in six different operations to save passengers in four stricken boats and two rubber dinghies yesterday, the coast guard said.

PM Narendra Modi returns after visit to Ireland, US

Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned home on Tuesday night after concluding his week-long two-nation tour of Ireland and the US.

Congress slams PM Modi's 'secularism' jibe in Dublin, brands him an 'NRI PM'

The Congress party on Wednesday hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his `secularism` jibe in Dublin and branded him as an `NRI PM` who has visited almost a dozen countries in a short span of time.