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5 Reasons To Pursue Data Analytics Train...

5 Reasons To Pursue Data Analytics Training

90% of the data was created in the last couple of years alone. Moreover, as per a NASSCOM report, the FinTech market is growing at a CAGR of 22% and is expected to reach $73 billion by 2020 i.e. next year. These statistics tell us about how rapidly we are becoming a data-driven world and how it... read more »

Eight Simple Money Saving Hacks for Stud...

Eight Simple Money Saving Hacks for Students

Attending college can offer you some of the best years of your life, whether you are planning to go to college for the first time and get the full experience by living on campus, or you’re planning to return to your studies later in life in order to boost your career prospects by gaining new... read more »

An offbeat getaway to Yawal Wildlife San...

An offbeat getaway to Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary

I considered myself to be quite well-informed when it came to geography but I was in for a surprise when one of my friends suggested that we spend our week long holiday at Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary. I had not even heard about this so in a blink of an eye the decision was “Yes”. We were in... read more »

Supreme Court gives verdict on Ayodhya
Supreme Court gives verdict on Ayodhya

Supreme Court gives verdict on Ayodhya

Ayodhya Verdict: The disputed land will be given to a government-run trust for the building a temple and Muslims will be given a five-acre “suitable” plot in Ayodhya, a five-judge constitution bench said today in a “unanimous verdict”. Seventy years after the first court... read more »

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Mandela `long walk` to freedom recreated in shrine

Mandela `long walk` to freedom recreated in shrine

Johannesburg – Former South African President Nelson Mandela’s shrine has been designed with a winding path to recreate his “long walk” to freedom. Architect Greg Straw designed... read more »

Zuma unveils giant Mandela statue

Jacob Zuma unveils giant Mandela statue

 A 9-metre-tall statue of former South African president and anti-apartheid activist Nelson Mandela was unveiled Monday at the seat of government,... read more »

Nelson Mandela’s South Africa boycott success spa...

Nelson Mandela's South Africa boycott success sparks Israel debate

Jerusalem – Recent successes in the Palestinian campaign to boycott Jewish settlements have given fresh impetus to calls for sanctions against Israel... read more »

Mandela’s funeral begins with military procession

Mandela’s funeral begins with military procession

 Nelson Mandela’s state funeral began on Sunday in his ancestral village of Qunu, in the presence of around 4,500 guests. The service is taking place in a... read more »

Nelson Mandela’s funeral under way

Nelson Mandela's funeral under way

Pretoria – The state funeral of the late South African president Nelson Mandela is under way in the village of Qunu in the Eastern Cape province, ending... read more »

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Modi breaks new ground by meeting Indian Tamils in Sri Lanka

Modi, after participating in the UN Vesak Day celebrations in Colombo, also travelled to Dickoya in the island’s central hills, the tea country, where Tamil people of Indian origin are... read more »

Kapil Mishra warns of ‘new drama’ by A...

NEW DELHI: On the fourth day of his hunger strike, sacked minister Kapil Mishra on Saturday warned that the AAP will resort to “new... read more »

Cognizant to hire more in US, optimise workforce

Chennai: US-headquartered Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTS), which has over a third of its workforce in India, has said it will rationalise its cost... read more »

View: Indian diplomacy rises above the stratosphere

With imaginative use of India’s low-cost space capability, Prime Minister Narendra Mod has improved India’s none-too-smooth relations in the South Asian... read more »

NPA framework: Ordinance to empower RBI actually gives ...

The Presidential Ordinanceempowering the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to enforce expeditious resolution of non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks should hardly... read more »

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Pakistan mourns for victims of deadly Taliban church attacks Shar...

LAHORE, Pakistan — Pakistan is mourning for the victims of a pair of Taliban suicide bombings that struck two churches the day before, killing 15 people, and minority Christians have blocked roads... read more »

PM Modi offers prayers at Sri Maha Bodhi tree in S...

Accompanied by Sri Lanka’s President, Maithripala Sirisena, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here and offered prayers at the sacred Sri... read more »

Death toll rises to 7 after Bangladesh cement factory c...

DHAKA, Bangladesh — The death toll from the collapse of the roof of a five-story cement factory in Bangladesh rose to at least seven Friday, a... read more »

Triple murder convict executed in Pakistan

Islamabad: A man convicted in a triple murder case was executed on Thursday in Pakistan`s Punjab province. Muhammad Siddique was hanged in a district jail in... read more »

‘Law allows me to shoot’: Lankan PM’s...

Sri Lankan Prime Minsiter Ranil Wickramasinghe has stoked a controversy suggesting that Indian fishermen may be shot if they intruded into Sri Lankan... read more »

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Should small businesses invest in payroll software?

Well, one of the most important considerations of small businesses is to make investments only and only where it is necessary in order to keep the business afloat in the highly competitive market.... read more »

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Have composition GST number, want to sell Online, ...

Before knowing about the E-commerce platforms where goods and services are bought/procured and sold let’s take a tour of history and know how... read more »

Interesting Facts on Eway Bill that one must Know

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Ever since the day of catastrophic failure which occurred on the day of roll out of eway bill there’s been lot circulating about how this is going to be... read more »

Retirement Planning Lessons from Cricket

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Have you felt the adrenaline rush when the Indian cricket team is a few minutes away from victory, or the excitement when the team wins the match? Although... read more »

Know All About the Upcoming Bikes In 2018

In India, a remarkable diversity is seen in two-wheelers every year, due to which India has emerged as one of the largest two-wheeler markets in the world. In... read more »

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Chinese dictator Mao’s painting sold for Rs 77 crore

Beijing . Chinese dictator Mao Zedong made ​​of this painting was auctioned for Rs 77 crore . The price is 18 times the value found in the previous auction . Sothebi Ruby ‘s London house... read more »

China’s defense budget increase by 12 per ce...

Beijing – The government announced the first day of the annual session of parliament . People’s Liberation Army of China’s... read more »

10 killed in bus accident in China

At least 10 people were killed and several others injured, including four in critical condition, after a passenger bus overturned on an expressway in... read more »

Chinese police bust four major baby trafficking rings r...

Hundreds of babies have been rescued by police in China after a crackdown was launched on trafficking infants. The nationwide bust saw 1,094 people arrested... read more »

Chinese Man litigate His Polluted Hometown for Cost of ...

A man in northern China filed a lawsuit against his smog-enshrouded city’s environmental protection bureau, saying it owed him for the money he spent on an... read more »

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Australia, New Zealand set to play first day-night Test match in ...

In a bid to revive dwindling interest in Test cricket, Australia and New Zealand have joined forces to meet in the game’s first day-nighter later this year. The trans-Tasman rivals will play a... read more »

Rahane wishes to emulate Dhoni’s calmness, V...

India’s new ODI captain Ajinkya Rahane has insisted that he wants to emulate a blend of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s calmness, Virat... read more »

Saeed Ajmal says ICC clean bowled ‘mystery spinne...

Out-of-favour Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal believes that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has brought an end to mystery spinners and their... read more »

Ahmed Shehzad’s half-century steadies Pakistan against ...

slammed his third Test half-century as Pakistan cruised ahead towards Sri Lanka‘s lead on Day Three of the second Test at P Sara Oval, Colombo. Pakistan... read more »

Virat Kohli needs to learn from MS Dhoni, feels Steve W...

Shanghai: Australia‘s World Cup winning captain Steve Waugh feels Indian star Virat Kohli should learn from Mahendra Singh Dhoni to keep his emotions in... read more »

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Panel to shape Nehru's birth anniversary year policies

Panel to shape Nehru’s birth anniversary year policies

New Delhi – A committee chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will lay! down policies and guidelines for commemoration of the 125th birth anni! versary of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime... read more »

North East Festival's second edition to be bigger, says organiser

North East Festival’s second edition to be b...

New Delhi – The two-day North East Festival here ended on a high note, thanks to support from the government. Now, Shyamkanu Mahant! a,... read more »

Visva-Bharati marks Tagore’s Nobel centenary

International seminar to mark Tagore's Nobel centenary

By Sirshendu Panth Kolkata – To salute poet-philosopher Rabindranath Tagore on the centenary of his getting the Nobel Prize for literature – the... read more »

Government clueless about sorry state of Maulana Azad&#...

Government clueless about sorry state of Maulana Azad's mausoleum

New Delhi – Union Minority Affairs Minister K. Rahman Khan Monday was clueless about the sorry state of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s mausoleum here... read more »

Washington exhibition explores yoga mysteries through a...

Washington exhibition explores yoga mysteries through art

By Arun Kumar Washington – The mysteries of the ancient Indian practice of yoga and its profound meanings are explored in what is described as the... read more »

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Rupee down 12 paise on dollar demand

Rupee down 12 paise on dollar demand

The rupee on Thursday weakened by 12 paise to 61.91 against the dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market due to demand for the U.S. currency from importers. Forex dealers said... read more »

Bharatiya Mahila Bank to open four branches in northeast

Bharatiya Mahila Bank to open four branches in nor...

Agartala – The Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) will open four more branches in four capital cities of the northeastern states, officials said here... read more »

Sensex closes flat; IT stocks down

Sensex trades flat in pre-noon session

Mumbai – A benchmark index of Indian equities markets ended! Monday’s trade flat, as foreign institutional investors (FIIs) continued to be net... read more »

Sensex trades flat during pre-noon session

Sensex trades flat in pre-noon session

Mumbai – A benchmark index of Indian equities markets was trading flat at 68.42 points or 0.32 percent up during the pre-noon trade Monday. Good buying... read more »

Government failed to defend policies: Praful Patel

Government failed to defend policies: Praful Patel

New Delhi – Minister of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises PrafulPatel Saturday said the government has failed to defend its own policies, which... read more »

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Indian student assaulted in Australia, brother seeks justice

Panjab University proposes 5% fee hike for 2015-16

CHANDIGARH: A Panjab University (PU) committee has proposed a five per cent increase in tuition fee for students enrolled at the university’s teaching departments, institutes, and regional... read more »

The diminishing returns of a college education

Foreign degree holders better skilled for jobs

Functioning in an increasingly globalised environment, many companies feel that foreign degree holders have better technical skills for jobs... read more »

Vidya Sagar invites applications for certificate course...

CHENNAI: Vidya Sagar, a Chennai-based organization working for the benefit of persons with disabilities, is offering a certificate course in human rights with... read more »

Need for improving education system: Rajnath Singh

NEW DELHI: Home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said the education system in the country needs a qualitative improvement with focus on skill... read more »

HRD in a fix over deemed universities

NEW DELHI: The HRD ministry is in a bind as to what stand to take on UGC report on 41 deemed universities. With the Supreme Court having already ordered... read more »

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It is not nice to have abuses thrown at your mother and sister: S...

In a throwback interview, Saif Ali Khan poured out his heart out about his now ex-wife Amrita Singh. Mumbai: Estranged Bollywood couple Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh may be cordial to one another... read more »

Anand Ahuja is in love with Sonam Kapoor’s C...

Sonam Kapoor’s red carpet appearances have got a thumbs up from boyfriend Anand Ahuja. Sonam Kapoor is making heads turn with her style... read more »

Sonam Kapoor glitters in gold at Cannes

Cannes, May 23 (PTI) Sonam Kapoor chose gold has her colour for second red carpet appearance at the Cannes Film Festival. Sonam wore a shimmery Elie Saab... read more »

Baahubali 2 box-office collection day 25: Dangal to bea...

Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal is expected to cross the global box-office collection, so far, of Baahubali 2: The Conclusion by as early as Tuesday. Unbelievable.... read more »

Sonam Kapoor at Cannes 2017: Sonam has this to say abou...

On Day 5 of Cannes Film Festival, Sonam Kapoor looked radiant in a soft blush coloured flowy gown all ready for the red carpet. Here is what Sonam has to say... read more »

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Dewani appeals to UK court to block extradition to South Africa

Dewani appeals to UK court to block extradition to South Africa

Johannesburg – Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani’s lawyers have appealed to the UK judges to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial. The appeal... read more »

Honeymoon murder victim` Anni Dewani’s father slams UK legal system

Honeymoon murder victim` Anni Dewani’s father slam...

London – Honeymoon murder victim Anni Dewani’s father has slammed the Britain’s legal system for not being able to punish her culprit... read more »

Pope Francis named Time Person of the Year

Pope Francis named Time Person of the Year

Sydney – Pope Francis has been reportedly named Time magazine’s Person of the Year, while NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has been chosen as the... read more »

World War II bomb defused in German city

World War II bomb defused in German city

Munich – A World War II bomb has been successfully def! used at the Germany’s Nuremberg central railway station, authorities an! nounced... read more »

Op Blue Star Lt Gen Brar’s London attackers sentenced u...

Op Blue Star Lt Gen Brar’s London attackers sentenced upto 14 years in jail

London – Operation “Blue Star” Lieutenant-General Kuldeep Singh Brar’s London attackers have been jailed for slashing his throat in revenge for... read more »

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Far East

Ready to dissolve parliament, says Thai PM

Ready to dissolve parliament, says Thai PM

Bangkok – Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said Sunday that she was ready to resign or dissolve parliament to end the ongoing political turmoil. But an election has to be held within 60... read more »

Thai protesters mark Monday for final push against...

Anti-government protesters took a break from weeks of demonstrations on Saturday to prepare for a final push to topple the administration of Prime... read more »

N Korea confirms deporting aged US war veteran

N Korea confirms deporting aged US war veteran

Washington – North Korea has said it has deported an elderly U.S. tourist and war veteran detained for more than a month for alleged hostile acts... read more »

South Korea mourns Nelson Mandela’s death

South Korea mourns Nelson Mandela's death

Seoul – South Korean President Park Geun-hye Friday condoled the passing away of former South African President Nelson Mandela, describing him a... read more »

Kim Jong Un’s uncle ousted from leadership role, ...

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Sydney – North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s uncle has apparently been purged and two associates executed. The move is seen as the most significant... read more »

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Is China going to eat up the whole world?

There are many ways to wage war

The most obvious one is to use weapons and armies, kill the enemy and damage their property. The other one is to damage their crops and make them die of hunger. Many countries have thought of... read more »

An exhibition documents making of Barahadisvara temple

An exhibition documents making of Barahadisvara te...

New Delhi – Selected architectural drawings, paper impressions of the inscriptions of 1000-year-old Barahadisvara Temple at Tanjore of the... read more »

Crossword presents 12th edition of book awards

Crossword presents 12th edition of book awards

Mumbai – Crossword, the leading bookstore chain, presented the 12th edition of its popular books award here this weekend, with Ravi Subramaniam, called... read more »

Nation pays homage to B.R. Ambedkar on his 58th death a...

Nation pays homage to B.R. Ambedkar on his 58th death anniversary

New Delhi – President Pranab Mukherjee led the nation in paying homage to Bharat Ratna Baba Saheb Dr. B.R. Ambedkar on his 58th death anniversary here... read more »

Gandhian Nelson Mandela: a hero who battled apartheid

Gandhian Nelson Mandela: a hero who battled apartheid

Pretoria – South Africa’s first black p! resident Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday, was an icon for ending the much-reviled apartheid system, a... read more »

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Food

Recipe: Creamy white beans

Preparation time: 10 minsCooking time: 30 minsServes: 2Ingredients :Onion 1, halved and slicedOlive oilChorizo 50g.chopped into chunksChicken stock 200mlCooked white beans 200gSpinach 100gCream... read more »

Recipe: Chicken Dumplings

Ingredients: 6 boned chicken breast with skin, 10 cups water, 1 tsp sage, 1 tsp poultry, 1/8 tsp grounded basil leaves, 1 tbsp salt and... read more »

Recipe: Jelly pudding

Ingredients: 1 packet of jelly crystals (any flavour) 200ml fresh cream, chilled and whipped 200gm condensed milk Method: – Prepare the jelly as per the... read more »

Recipe: Jeera aloo

Ingredients: –Four large sized potatoes (boiled, peeled and cut into pieces) – Four tbsp oil – One tsp jeera/cumin seeds – One tsp... read more »

Recipe: Saffron rice & salan

A traditional Awadhi dish dug out from the secret kitchens of AwadhPreparation time: 30minsCooking time: 3o minutesServes:4Ingredients1kg chicken breast1... read more »

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FIFA rejects Barca’s appeal against transfer ban

FIFA has rejected Barcelona’s appeal against a transfer ban that would unable the club to sign players until January 2016 once the current transfer window shuts. The Spaniards were given the... read more »

Arsenal win FA Community Shield

Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta (C) lifts the Community Shield alongside teammates Santi Cazorla (R), Tomas Rosicky (2nd R) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain... read more »

Xavi retires from national team

Xavi Hernandez, Spain’s leading playmaker in its run of three major titles, has retired from international duty after a disappointing World Cup. “I have... read more »

Suarez reached at CAS to appeal ban for biting

Luis Suarez has arrived at world sport’s highest court to appeal his ban for biting an opponent at the World Cup. The Uruguay and Barcelona forward did not... read more »

Liverpool edge Manchester City on penalties in friendly

Liverpool rallied twice against Manchester City and triumphed 3-2 in a penalty shootout on Wednesday after their pre-season friendly at baseball’s Yankee... read more »

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Gold & Metals

Gold, silver prices rise on brisk buying, global cues

NEW DELHI: Any revision in gold import duty is unlikely to take place before the Budget and there is no proposal as of now to reduce the 10 per duty, a finance ministry official said. “On... read more »

With gold prices falling, jewellers increase inven...

Trying to tap the falling gold prices, lakhs of jewellers across the country are increasing their inventory levels. Around 225 tonne of gold was... read more »

Appetite for jewellery boosts India gold demand: WGC

Indian appetite for gold jumped by more than a third in the last quarter, in sharp contrast to the rest of the world, boosted by jewellery demand for the... read more »

Gold, silver at multi-year lows on overseas cues

NEW DELHI: Gold and silver prices slumped to their multi-year lows to trade at Rs 25,800 per 10 grams and Rs 34,900 per kg, respectively in the national... read more »

Gold, silver likely to trade lower; copper may rise

Global markets traded mixed in the last fortnight as the US Fed’s decision to wind up its bond buying programme acted as a boost for equities wherein... read more »

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Health & Fitness

Simple remedies to treat acidity

Acidity can strike at any time and any place. It is diagnosed by discomfort near the chest and cause significant distress. If you suffer from it often, here are some simple home remedies that will... read more »

A detox isn’t just about the food

A detox also doesn’t have to be just about the food — it is much more than that. So if your body is craving for some sleep — give it just... read more »

High-fruit diets can worsen depression

Winter special: 5 fruits you must have to boost immunity

The consumption of a diet high in fructose throughout adolescence can worsen depressive and anxiety-like behaviour and alter how the brain responds to stress,... read more »

Tips for keeping your heart healthy!

Irengbam Jenny A healthy heart is the way to healthy living, they say. Quite right! But with sedentary lifestyle, munching on junk food, alcohol consumption,... read more »

Burned out? Here’s how you can bounce back

All of us reach that point in life when we feel thoroughly exhausted or mentally numb. Experts say that an increasing number of individuals today are getting... read more »

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India draw 2-2 with Ireland in women’s hockey; win Test ser...

New Delhi: The series already in their pocket, Indian eves round off their Ireland tour with a 2-2 draw against the home team in the third and final hockey Test in Dublin. India had earlier... read more »

Punjab beat Odisha to retain Junior Men National h...

Chennai: Punjab closed the championship in style, as they stunned Hockey Odisha 6-2 in the finals of the 4th Hockey India Junior Men National... read more »

Hockey India League: Mumbai Magicians bloom too late in...

Mumbai Magicians stunned Uttar Pradesh Wizards 3-2 on the latter’s home turf at the Dhyan Chand Stadium, Lucknow, on Tuesday. Though the result was... read more »

Hockey : Black Sticks fume at failure to fire

Hero Hockey World League Final

Bitter disappointment at failing to produce their best when it really mattered will be tempered by satisfaction at strides taken by the New Zealand Black... read more »

India take lead then lose grip

Hero Hockey World League Final

Hosts take rare two-goal lead over Australia, but go down 7-2 in the end. Never in recent memory has the Indian hockey team led by two goals against... read more »

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Gold near three-month low

Gold edged up on Monday, but remained near a three-month low as the dollar hit an 11-year high after a strong U.S. jobs report boosted expectations the Federal Reserve would soon hike interest... read more »

Gold Monetisation Scheme Should Be Investor Friend...

After the announcement of a gold monetisation scheme in the Budget, the details of the scheme are keenly awaited. The scheme has the potential to... read more »

Gold, silver rebound on marriage season demand, global ...

  Gold prices recovered by Rs 95 to Rs 27,285 per 10 grams at the bullion market on Thursday on emergence of buying by jewellers to meet wedding season... read more »

Titan Company intimates on availability of credit for g...

Titan Company announced that the Company will be able to avail credit from domestic nominated banks for gold purchases without restrictions. This will also... read more »

Gold recovers on wedding season demand

Gold, silver prices rise on brisk buying, global cues

Gold prices on Monday recovered by Rs 70 to trade at Rs 27,700 per ten gram at the bullion market, largely supported by wedding season demand from jewellers... read more »

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Haldiram products under scanner!

Maharashtra government today asked its health regulator to check samples of Haldiram’s packaged snacks to find if they are fit for human consumption. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been... read more »

Poor sanitation practices leads to unfavorable pre...

Indian ladies suffer majorly during pregnancy! Besides household chores and other responsibilities there are several other reasons which hamper the... read more »

FSSAI to review caffeine standards in beverages

Food safety regulator FSSAI has decided to review caffeine standards in caffeinated and energy drinks and is looking for an agency to study the consumption... read more »

Heart scan can predict premature death risk

A scan of calcium deposits inside the arteries can identify those at risk of dying over the next 15 years, a new study has found. A coronary artery... read more »

The easiest way to lose weight: a glass of waterThe eas...

“Diet and exercise” – that’s the mantra that most people swear by, when it comes to losing weight the healthy way. But the word “diet” is more... read more »

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Israeli Army kills suspected murderers of Jewish teens

Jerusalem: Two Palestinians suspected of having kidnapped and murdered three Jewish teenagers in June have been killed in an exchange of fire with Israeli security forces in the West Bank early... read more »

1,30,000 Syrian refugees reach Turkey fleeing IS

ANKARA, Turkey: The number of Syrian refugees who have reached Turkey in the past four days after fleeing the advance of Islamic State militants now... read more »

Al-Qaida affiliate in Syria kills captive Lebanese sold...

9:53 P.M. The Nusra Front, al Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria, has killed one of the Lebanese soldiers it had been holding in captivity, Lebanese security... read more »

France conducts first airstrike in Iraq, destroys logis...

PARIS: France says it has conducted its first airstrike in Iraq and has destroyed a logistics depot held by the Islamic State group. The office of President... read more »

Libya’s Zawiya refinery, El Sharara oil field shu...

TRIPOLI: Libya’s 120,000 barrels-a-day Zawiya refinery has been shut down due to damaged storage, an oil ministry official said on Thursday. The El... read more »

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National

Supreme Court Ordered Mediation in the Ayodhya Title Suit Under t...

The Supreme Court on Friday ordered mediation to settle the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute. A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi passed the order... read more »

Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi gets bail from SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday granted bail to Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi who was convicted in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riots case. The court... read more »

“This Govt’s Job is to Disappear Things” sa...

Congress president Rahul Gandhi Thursday stepped up his attack at the Centre a day after Attorney General K K Venugopal told the Supreme Court that documents... read more »

Elections 2019: AAP not to tie-up with Congress, declar...

The Aam Aadmi Party has announced the names of its candidates for six of the seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi. The announcement was made by Delhi AAP convenor... read more »

Rahul Gandhi says “PM Modi Can’t Let Go Of ...

Rahul Gandhi, Congress Party President today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of not taking a break from public relations exercises even at a time when... read more »

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Canada to claim North Pole in Arctic claim at UN

Canada to claim North Pole in Arctic claim at UN

Johannesburg – Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has ordered the inclusion of the North Pole in the country’s Arctic claim, following a UN submission draft report proposal to... read more »

Snowden denies wanting asylum in exchange for information

NSA gathering 5bn cellphone records daily, Snowden...

Washington – The National Security Agency is reportedly gathering nearly five billion records a day on the whereabouts of cell phones... read more »

Income inequality ‘defining challenge’ for ...

Income inequality 'defining challenge' for US: Obama

Washington – President Barack Obama Wednesday said incom! e inequality is the “defining challenge” for the US while a growing middle class... read more »

Kerry visits Israel amid reports of faltering Israeli-P...

Kerry visits Israel amid reports of faltering Israeli-Palestinian talks

Jerusalem – Amid reports of Israeli-Palestinian talks losing momentum, US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Israel late Wednesday. Kerry has... read more »

Obama names acting Pentagon deputy chief

Obama names acting Pentagon deputy chief

Washington – US President Barack Obama has named Christine Fox, the former chief programme and budget analyst with the department of defence, to serve... read more »

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Politics

Rahul Gandhi in Uttar Pradesh LIVE updates: Congress V-P to visit...

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s three-day visit to Uttar Pradesh begins today. During his Uttar Pradesh visit, Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to hold ‘chaupals’ with farmers, meetings with... read more »

Wrote article disputing father on my own, says Jay...

NEW DELHI: Union minister Jayant Sinha today rejected suggestions that he wrote an article in an English daily disputing his father and former... read more »

Nitish Kumar wins Bihar trust vote 131-108

PATNA: Two days after he dramatically embraced the BJP, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday proved his majority in the Bihar assembly while the RJD... read more »

UAE Behind Hacking of Qatari Media that Begins New Midd...

WASHINGTON — The United Arab Emirates orchestrated the hacking of a Qatari government news site in May, planting a false story that was used as a pretext... read more »

Rename Babar Road After Lt Ummer Fayaz, Demands Delhi B...

New Delhi: A BJP leader has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, demanding that Babar Road in the national capital be renamed after Lieutenant Ummer Fayaz... read more »

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Sci - Tech

India’s first jellyfish lake discovered

“This is probably the first jellyfish lake to have been found in India. The concentration and density of jellyfish is very high here. You can even see them from outside during low tide and... read more »

All about rectification you need to know

Rectification is the process of converting the alternating voltage or current into the corresponding direct (dc) quantity. (Direct voltage or... read more »

Mars rover clocking up the mileage

Cape Town – It’s not exactly been at Olympic gold medal pace, but Nasa’s Mars rover Opportunity that landed on the Red Planet in 2004 has set an... read more »

100,000-year-old case of brain damage found

LONDON: An ancient skeleton unearthed in Israel may contain the oldest evidence of brain damage in a modern human. The child, who lived about 100,000 years... read more »

Mars spacecraft completes 80% of journey

ndia’s maiden mission to the Red Planet, Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) has completed 80 % of its 54.6 million kilometers to Mars. The MOM has now traveled... read more »

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South Asia

Nepal's Maoist party not to join government

Nepal’s Maoist party not to join government

Kathmandu – Nepal’s third largest party, the (UCPN-Maoist), said Saturday that it will not join the coalition government but will join the constituent assembly for the sake of the... read more »

Musharraf lawyers urge UN to intervene into 'show trial'

Musharraf lawyers urge UN to intervene into ‘...

Islamabad – Lawyers of Pakistan’s ex-President Pervez Musharraf have reportedly urged the United Nations to intervene in the... read more »

Indian dam will affect Neelum-Jhelum project: Pakistan

Indian dam will affect Neelum-Jhelum project: Pakistan

Islamabad – The construction of the Kishanganga project by India in Jammu and Kashmir will result in 14 percent decrease in the flow of water for... read more »

Pakistani troops violate LoC ceasefire in Jammu

Indian Army lodges protest with Pakistan over ceasefire violations

Jammu – After almost two months of peace along the LoC, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire Friday, targeting an Indian army posts in Jammu district... read more »

US law enforcers should be mindful of global realities:...

US law enforcers should be mindful of global realities: Haqqani

Against the backdrop of the arrest and humiliating treatment meted out to a senior Indian diplomat, a former Pakistani diplomat to the U.S. has cautioned the... read more »

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MS Dhoni set to return after a long break with focus on World T20

India’s limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be back in the thick of things after a three month break as Indian selectors will be picking the squad for the upcoming T20... read more »

Pakistan recall Fawad Alam for England Tests

Allrounder Fawad Alam has found his name back in the Test squad for the upcoming series against England in the UAE, as one of two changes to the... read more »

I am inexperienced as a coach: Rahul Dravid

Lower-order contribution good for Indian cricket : Former captain Rahul Dravid

Former India captain Rahul Dravid said learning is a two-way process and he is benefiting on that front in his role as the India A coach. Dravid, who hung his... read more »

India’s Davis Cup team needs camaraderie, not fri...

For too long Rohan Bopanna has been the man in waiting. Despite his obvious talent and good showing on the men’s doubles tour, somehow the man from... read more »

Hector Moreno offers wishes after breaking Luke Shaw’s ...

Soccer fans in England were wincing over their breakfast on Wednesday as horrific pictures of Luke Shaw’s broken leg were splashed across the nation’s... read more »

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Travelling through Mount Abu

Watered by the serene Nakki Lake and perched at an altitude of 4000 feet, Rajasthan’s only hill station is quite unlike the rest of the state. Offering a perfect respite from the scorching... read more »

Great road trips around the world

A driving holiday can be just about the most perfect holiday experience you can design – provided you have a comfortable vehicle that is,... read more »

8 attractions you must visit in Nainital

With its beautiful emerald lake, green hills and old cottages, it’s not hard to imagine why Nainital is among the most popular hill stations in India.... read more »

6 experiences which are unique to Ooty

As the summer retreat for generations of British officials, and later, scores of city-dwellers, Ooty has developed plenty of activities to entertain all age... read more »

Bangkok’s best street eats

The idea of binging on streetfood in Bangkok might seem a little suspect to those of us who like to know exactly what we’re putting in our mouths—but... read more »

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North Korean Hackers Stole US and South Korean Wartime plans, Seo...

Tokyo: North Korean hackers stole a large trove of classified U.S. and South Korean Navy documents last year, along with a plan to “Decapitate” the leadership in pyongyang in the event... read more »

US, Turkey Mutually drop Visa offerings in Escalat...

ISTANBUL, TURKEY:The United States and Turkey on sunday scaled returned visa issuing offerings in every different’s nations in a deepening... read more »

Kim Jong-un’s sister Kim Yo-jong is North korea&#...

On sunday, North Korean kingdom media suggested that kim jong-un promoted his sister to a senior ruling birthday party submit, making her one of the maximum... read more »

Top Republican Lawmaker says us on course for World War...

A pinnacle republican lawmaker warned sunday that us president donald trump’s impulsive threats against different international locations should set the usa... read more »

Nawaz Sharif’s Son-in-law Arrested on go back to Pakist...

The countrywide accountability bureau crew took former military captain Muhammad safdar into custody mins after his arrival from london at the benazir bhutto... read more »

Looking to pursue M Tech? Don’t Miss Out On These Things

Engineering has been one of of the most preferred course in today’s day and age with its growing popularity amongst students. With thousands of students that choose to pursue a degree in... read more »

Do the Aussies stand a chance against the current world champions?

The 2019 Ashes is taking place just after the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, in which the hosts England emerged champions. They defeated the Aussies in the semi-final of the World Cup, having... read more »

5 Food Items You Can Eat While Fighting Stomach Infection

Stomach infection is one of the most frustrating medical conditions. Typically, the primary cause of a stomach infection is poor hand hygiene or eating raw food. Almost all of us have... read more »

Unique things to experience in Hyderabad

A land once ruled by the Nizams, the city of Hyderabad still holds on its ancient royalty, heritage, and all things regal. But the city is more than its historical architecture and antique... read more »

5 Furniture Design tips for your office

The working space in your office is a place for discipline and you would always want it properly arranged. A good working environment gives the scope for efficiency while working. So, a well planned... read more »