• SP demands strict action against Aurangabad DM for 'toilet-wife' statement
    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) , July 24 : The Samajwadi Party on Monday demanded a strict action against Bihar's Aurangabad District Magistrate (DM) Kanwal Tanuj, who stated those who cannot afford a toilet, should sell off their wives.

  • White House says administration supports Russia sanctions bill
    Washington D.C. [USA], July 24 : A day after congressional leaders announced an agreement on a Russian sanctions bill, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the administration is supportive of the decision.

  • Food hygiene tips for Monsoon
    New Delhi , July 24 : Monsoon brings with it an end to the scorching summer heat and a sigh of relief for everyone.

  • Krishnamoorthi's sleep more important than Azaan, mocks SP
    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) , July 24 : A day after singer-actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi labelled Azaan on loudspeakers 'uncivilised', the Samajwadi Party mocked the former saying her sleep is more important than the prayer.

  • PIHARWA: first ever music video 'Tripple Talaq'
    New Delhi , July 24 : An awareness music video, PIHARWA, was launched recently to give a voice to the fight against the social vice like tripple talaq and domestic violence.

  • SC to hear cow slaughter ban case today
    New Delhi , July 24 : The Supreme Court on Monday will hear a plea challenging the Centre's notification prohibiting sale and purchase of cattle at animal markets for slaughter on the grounds that it violates the right to free trade.

  • ICC Women's WC: Kin of players proud of their daughters
    Mumbai/Moga (Maharashtra/Punjab) , July 24 : Though the India Women's Cricket team could not mark victory in the ICC Women's World Cup final,their families back at their home were seen celebrating their daughters' brilliant performances.

  • ICC Women's WC: From Rahul to Fadnavis, politicos congratulate Team India
    New Delhi , July 24 : Though the day was not in favour of the Indian team, they won millions of hearts their tremendous performance throughout the ICC Women's World Cup and inspired more girls to take up sports as career, feel politicos like Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

  • One killed in shooting at Israeli embassy in Jordan
    Amman [Jordan], July 24 : At least one person was killed on Sunday in a shooting incident at the Israeli embassy in Amman, according to media reports.

  • Punjab CM offers cricketer Harmanpreet post in Punjab Police
    Chandigarh (Punjab) , July 23 : Lauding Punjab's Moga's girl Harmanpreet Kaur for her brilliant performance in ICC Women World Cup tournament, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday offered the star cricketer a post in Punjab Police, if she still desired to join the force.

  • PM Modi congratulates Indian team for 'remarkable tenacity' throughout ICC Women's World Cup
    New Delhi , July 23 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated the Indian Women Cricket team for the tenacity and skill shown throughout the ICC Women's World Cup.

  • Taliban makes further gains in Afghanistan, capture two districts in Ghor, Faryab
    Kabul [Afghanistan], July 23 : The Taliban seized control of two key districts in Afghanistan - Kohistan district in Faryab and Taywara in Ghor - in a matter of hours.

  • Israel 'playing with fire' by crossing Jerusalem 'red line': Arab League chief
    Jerusalem [Israel], July 23 : The Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Aboul-Ghiet has said that Israel is playing with fire with the new security measures put in place at the Temple Mount compound in the Old City of Jerusalem.

  • Punjab CM announces Rs. 5 lakh reward to cricketer Harmanpreet
    Chandigarh (Punjab) , July 23 : Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday announced a cash reward of Rs. 5 lakh for cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur, who had made state proud with her performance in ICC Women World Cup semi-finals.

  • Pranab Mukherjee's advice must be implemented: Cabinet
    New Delhi , July 23 : Union Minister of Steel Choudhary Birendra Singh on Sunday said that what outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee shared in the Parliament during his farewell was based on his experience and must be implemented in the democracy to make the Parliament stronger.

  • Golf Legend and 73-Time PGA Tour Winner Jack Nicklaus to Kick-off Opening Ceremony of the 2017 RBC Canadian Open
    OAKVILLE, ON, July 23, 2017 : On Tuesday, July 25 at 10 a.m. ET at Glen Abbey Golf Club, golf icon Jack Nicklaus will be on hand to officially open the 2017 RBC Canadian Open during a public outdoor ceremony at Glen Abbey Golf Club.

  • Ministers tour affected areas with BC counterparts, announce Red Cross donation and tax relief measures for wildfire evacuees
    VANCOUVER, July 22, 2017: Today, federal ministers Ralph Goodale, Harjit S. Sajjan, and Carla Qualtrough met with British Columbia Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth and Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development Doug Donaldson to discuss joint efforts to respond to and recover from the ongoing wildfires in the province.

  • FrieslandCampina Spreads the 'Goodness of Dairy' to Singapore's Heartlands
    SINGAPORE, July 23, 2017 : FrieslandCampina, one of the world's leading dairy companies today shared the 'Goodness of Dairy' with the residents of Sembawang as part of the Community Sports Day, organised by the People's Association Community Sports Club (CSC) Council.

  • Farewell Pranab Mukherjee: Outgoing President thanks Parl., speaks about PM Modi, Indira Gandhi
    New Delhi , July 23 : As President Pranab Mukherjee, the 13th president of India, vacates the Rashtrapati Bhavan tomorrow, making way for his successor President-elect Ram Nath Kovind, Parliamentarians from both the Houses - Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha - gathered at the Central Hall to bid farewell to the outgoing Raisina Hill occupant.

  • V.K. Singh says Govt. won't abandon its missing citizens in Mosul
    New Delhi , July 23 : Commenting on status of the missing 39 Indians in Iraq's Mosul, Minister of State for Ministry of External Affairs V.K. Singh said the Government would not abandon its citizens.

  • RSS Muslim wing to launch agitation asking Pak to vacate PoK
    New Delhi , July 23 : The Rashtriya Sawayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has said that its Muslim wing, the Muslim Rashtriya Manch, will launch a mass movement in Jammu and Kashmir against Pakistan's illegal occupation of Kashmir on August 9.

  • Nawaz Sharif mentioned Dubai job in 2013 nomination papers: Lawyer submits reply in SC
    Lahore [Pakistan], July 23 : Denying that his client had concealed his employment in Dubai based company, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's lawyer, Khawaja Harris has submitted a written reply in the Supreme Court on Saturday, stating that Prime Minister mentioned his Dubai job and Iqama in nomination papers of 2013.

  • DMRC's protest called off, Delhi Metro services will resume from tomorrow
    New Delhi , July 23 : The ongoing protest by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation's (DMRC) non-executive employees was called off on Sunday after all the issues raised by the agitating employees were amicably settled following many rounds of meetings and deliberations with Managing Director Mangu Singh and other senior officials.

  • Akshay Kumar expresses excitement for #WWC17Final
    New Delhi , July 23 : Akshay Kumar is extremely excited for ICC Women World Cup 2017 and is cheering for Indian Women cricket team, which is playing finals against England.

  • DC's Geoff Johns says Dwayne Johnson will not appear in 'Shazam'
    Los Angeles [USA], July 23 : If you are one of those who were excited that Dwayne Johnson is going to appear in the upcoming 'Shazam' movie then we have some bad news for you.

  • Makers release first teaser of 'Westworld' season two at Comic Con
    Washington D.C. [USA], July 23 : The first footage from the second season of sci-fi thriller 'Westworld' was released at the Comic-Con.

  • Ben Affleck denies 'Batman' exit rumours
    Los Angeles [USA], July 23 : Batfleck fans, we have some good news for you. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ben Affleck has set the record straight about his future as Batman, saying he plans to remain part of the DC Extended Universe.

  • 40 percent of India's GDP outside GST: Chidambaram
    Pune (Maharashtra) , July 23 : Criticising the Centre's formulation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), former finance minister and Congress leader P. Chidambaram pointed out that many products have been kept out of the new tax regime.

  • Rocket fired from Gaza towards Israel explodes mid-air
    Jerusaleum [Israel], July 23 : A rocket fired from the northern Gaza Strip on Sunday was exploded mid-air by the Israeli Army.

  • 'The Flash' movie is titled 'Flashpoint', will adapt comic book storyline
    Los Angeles [USA], July 23 : The fastest man on earth is all set to revisit his past in the upcoming movie.

  • Iraq Foreign Minister arrives in India
    New Delhi , July 24 : Iraq Foreign Minister Dr. Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who is on a five day visit to India, arrived in New Delhi on Monday.

  • Here's cancer immunotherapy solution to bring novel immuno-oncology drugs to India
    New Delhi , July 24 : Toronto Recombinant Antibody Centre (TRAC) from the University of Toronto, Canada agreed to license MedGenome's patented cancer immunotherapy solution OncoPept to develop biomarkers for their drug candidates against immune modulators to treat cancer.

  • Trump slams Republicans who won't 'protect' him
    New Delhi , July 24 : U.S President Donald Trump on Sunday lashed out at some members of his party who gained from his electoral win but now do very little to protect him.

  • This time, go on vacay to these self-drive destinations
    New Delhi , July 24 : Self-drive trip, as a travel trend, is slowly catching up in India. It is an immersive way to travel, exploring places with freedom and flexibility, which not only gives a sense of independence, but allows one to do things at their own pace.

  • Saudi Arabia allows direct flights to Qatari pilgrims for Hajj
    Riyadh [Saudi Arabia], July 24 : Amid the ongoing impasse, Saudi Arabia has allowed access to Qatari pilgrims for Hajj (annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca) aboard all flights other than Qatar Airways, country's national carrier.

  • Magical herbs to keep you healthy during monsoon
    New Delhi , July 24 : After the scorching summer heat, monsoons are definitely a welcome change, which works as a rejuvenation period for mankind.

  • Delhi HC to hear DDCA defamation case today
    New Delhi , July 24 : The hearing in the plea by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley seeking recording of evidence in a time-bound, fair, dignified, and bonafide manner in the defamation case against Arvind Kejriwal in the Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) case will continue on Monday.

  • Feel for all of you, says Tendulkar to Indian Women's Cricket Team
    New Delhi , July 24 : Sometimes it is not meant to be, says legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar after the Indian team faced defeat by nine runs to England in the ICC Women's World Cup.

  • ICC Women's WC: India will achieve new heights in future, Vijay Goel appreciates Team India
    New Delhi , July 24 : Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel, while congratulating Team Indian for their performance at the Women's World Cup, said India will achieve new heights in women's cricket in the future.

  • ICC Women's WC: Tamsin Beaumont named 'player of the tournament'
    New Delhi , July 24 : Opener Tammy Beaumont was named player of the ICC Women's World Cup, after England won its fourth title at Lord's on Sunday.

  • ICC Women's World Cup: BCCI acting prez congratulates India for 'achieving milestone'
    New Delhi , July 23 : Though Indian Women Cricket team were unable to lift the ICC World Cup, but their performance was applauded by many, along with Board of Cricket Control for India (BCCI) acting president C.K. Khanna congratulating the team for achieving a milestone.

  • England beat India in thriller to clinch ICC Women's World Cup 2017
    London [U.K.], July 23 : The England Women Cricket team staged a comeback to beat India by nine runs in a thrilling ICC Women's World Cup final.

  • Turkish, Egyptian FMs discuss Al-Aqsa crisis on phone
    Ankara [Turkey], July 23 : The Turkish and Egyptian foreign ministers spoke on the phone on Sunday to solve a crisis in Jerusalem over new security measures put in place at one of its most important holy sites Al-Aqsa Mosque by the Israel Government after a bloody weekend.

  • Erdogan arrives in Jeddah on first leg of Gulf tour to resolve Qatar crisis
    Jeddah [Saudi Arabia], July 23 : Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday arrived in the Saudi city of Jeddah on the first leg of his Gulf tour that will also include Kuwait and Qatar, aimed at defusing the stand-off between Qatar and its Arab neighbours.

  • Dharmendra Pradhan lauds JNU for organising event for Kargil martyrs
    New Delhi ,July 23 : Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Sunday lauded the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) authorities for organising an event for Kargil martyrs, while saying that it was a proud day for every citizen of the country.

  • Kashmir CPM leader Tarigami suffers heart attack
    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , Jul 23 : Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) leader and MLA from Kashmir Kulgam M.Y. Tarigami on Sunday was admitted at a hospital after he suffered a severe heart attack.

  • Kenon announces that it has been approached about, and is considering, a sale of some or all of IC Power's businesses in Latin America
    SINGAPORE, July 23, 2017 : Kenon Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: KEN; TASE: KEN) (Kenon), announces that it has been approached by, and received indicative, non-binding offers from, parties looking to acquire some or all of the businesses of Kenon's subsidiary I.C. Power Ltd. ("IC Power") in Latin America and the Caribbean.

  • Market Gallery exhibit highlights how Toronto helped shape the maple leaf into a national symbol
    TORONTO, July 22, 2017 : The City of Toronto's Market Gallery showcases how Toronto nurtured the maple leaf into an eternal expression of Canadian identity in a new exhibit, Maple Leaf Forever: Toronto's Take on a National Symbol.

  • Hawkins' children face new threat in terrifying new 'Stanger Things' trailer
    Los Angeles, July 23 : The children of Hawkins are back and they are ready to face a new supernatural threat.

  • Iran warships on way to Russia for military games
    Tehran [Iran], July 23 : Iran has dispatched two warships to Azerbaijan's Port of Baku to participate in the 2017 Sea Cup competition of the International military Games hosted by Russia.

  • UP Dy. CM calls decision of toll-free lanes for MLAs, MLCs, MPs 'fair'
    New Delhi , July 23 : After the Uttar Pradesh Government issued a directive to provide toll-free lanes for MLAs, MLCs and MPs at all toll plazas across the state, including the ones on national highways, Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma on Sunday said that was a fair decision on the part of the cabinet as all members of the State Assembly and State Council should enjoy the same rights.

  • Fill vacant J-K Assembly, Council seats that are allocated to PoK: RSS
    New Delhi , July 23 : The Rashtriya Sawayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has urged the Jammu and Kashmir Government and the Government of India to fill the vacant seats in the state's Assembly and Council that have been allocated to the Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) constituency so that Islamabad's claim of the territory stands null and void.

  • U.S. House to vote on Bill imposing sanctions on Russia, Iran, North Korea
    New York [U.S.A], July 23 : The U.S. House will vote on the bill agreed by Congressional Republicans and Democrats, that include a package of sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea, thus making it harder for President Donald Trump to lift sanctions on Moscow.

  • Centre trying best to locate 39 missing Indians in Mosul: Dharmendra Pradhan
    New Delhi, July 23 : Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Sunday said the Centre is make all efforts to trace the 39 Indians held captive by terror group ISIS in Mosul since 2014.

  • Linkin Park honour Chester Bennington by setting up tribute page
    Washington D.C. [USA], July 23 : To honour their late frontman Chester Bennington, rock band Linkin Park has set up a tribute page on their official website with details in case "you or someone you know needs support."

  • Farewell Pranab Mukherjee: Outgoing President thanks Parl. for 'creating' him
    New Delhi , July 23 : As President Pranab Mukherjee, the 13th president of India, vacates the Rashtrapati Bhavan tomorrow, making way for his successor President-elect Ram Nath Kovind, Parliamentarians from both the Houses - Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha - gathered at the Central Hall to bid farewell to the outgoing Raisina Hill occupant.

  • ICC Women's World Cup final: India need 229 runs to create history
    London [UK], July 23 : Veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami came out with a stupendous bowling performance as India restricted England to 228 in the ICC Women's World Cup final at The Lord's on Sunday.

  • 'If you can't build toilet for your wife, then sell her': Aurangabad DM sparks controversy
    Aurangabad (Bihar) , July 23 : Raking up a controversy, Aurangabad District Magistrate Kanwal Tanuj has said that those who cannot build a toilet for their wives, should sell them.

  • Digital India, Bharat Net initiatives key to expansion of social media: Study
    New Delhi , July 23 : With initiatives like Bharat Net aiding the expansion of broadband network in India, initiatives like Digital India are said to gain momentum, leading to the expansion of social media, an ASSOCHAM paper noted.

  • FC Pune City draft Lewis, Khan, Raja among others in ISL Season 4 draft
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , July 23 : Indian Super League (ISL) franchise FC Pune City drafted striker Kean Lewis, defenders Wayne Vaz, Lalchhuanmawaia Fanai, midfielders Adil Khan, Baljit Singh and Jewel Raja among other players at the recently concluded ISL season 4 player draft.