Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi addresses NSUI workers: Highlights

NEW DELHI: Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday addressed the NSUI workers in the capital and yet another time attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his governance.Continue Reading ...

First ethnic touch in Kerala, now a selfie! Is Rahul Gandhi following Narendra Modi’s footsteps?

NEW DELHI: Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi is seen in different avatars nowadays, ever since he has returned from his 57-day ‘sabbatical’. Continue Reading ...

This gangster tried in 1993 serial blasts case is holding modeling sessions in a Mumbai Court

MUMBAI: In another shocker from the financial capital, gangster Mustafa Dossa, tried in 1993 serial blasts is reported to be holding modeling auditions in a sessions court during a hearing.Continue Reading ...

This is how a Sikh boy retaliated to racism in United Kingdom

NEW DELHI: Racism is always injurious and we have seen several incidents of racial discrimination not only in India but across the globe. Asians especially Indians have often been on racial target of several countries, out of which; most prominent is the United Kingdom and the United States.Continue Reading ...

After having 56 shots at the bar, he died in hospital. His barman is convicted of manslaughter

PARIS: A French bartender has been convicted of manslaughter for allowing a customer to take 56 shots that led to his death. 47-year-old Gilles Crepin has been slapped with four-month suspended jail sentence and banned from working in a bar for a year.Continue Reading ...

Shocking! Rekha quits ‘Fitoor’ because of Katrina Kaif? Is inferiority complex the reason?

MUMBAI: The recent buzz of Silsila actress quitting Fitoor of Abhishek Kapoor has left many industry walas in shock. Yes, you read it right! Rekha has said good bye to Fitoor also starring Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor lately and it’s not her director, script or any co star’s fault. She left for her own reasons. Continue Reading ...

'FIFA thoroughly corrupt, Blatter should resign'

Guatemala City: Transparency International (TI) President Jose Ugaz called FIFA "completely corrupt" on the heels of the scandal uncovered in the sports body. Continue Reading ...

Class 10 CBSE results: Girls outperform boys

Girls pipped boys in the Class 10 results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exam that were announced here on Thursday, official said.Continue Reading ...

Heat wave claims 87 more lives in Andhra, Telangana

Hyderabad: The heat wave sweeping across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana claimed 87 more lives on Wednesday, taking the toll to over 1,200.Continue Reading ...

Committed to provide 5 percent reservation: Rajasthan to Gujjars

Jaipur: The Rajasthan government on Wednesday told agitating Gujjars that it was committed to provide five percent reservation to the community under the special backward class category. Continue Reading ...