• N.D Tiwari becomes unresponsive, shifted to I.C.U
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Veteran Congress leader Narayan Datt Tiwari on Saturday became unresponsive when he was being given physiotherapy and was shifted to a hospital in Delhi.

  • Disconnect between Pakistan Army Headquarters and troops, says Indian DGMO
    New Delhi , November 18 : India's Director General of Military operations (DGMO) Lieutenant General A. K. Bhatt, on being impressed upon Pakistan DGMO, said it appears to be a 'disconnect between the intent at the Pak GHQ (name of Army Headquarters at Rawalpindi), which reiterates its desire for peace, and the actions of Pak troops along the Line of Control, who resort to heavy firing without provocation'.

  • Miss World 2017: Miss India Manushi Chhillar wins the title
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Indian model Manushi Chhillar is the new Miss World, after 17-long years.

  • Take a look at Serena William's 'picture perfect family'
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : After the much awaited Serena Williams' wedding to Alexis Ohanian, the fans have received yet another treat.

  • BJP, Cong corner KCR over proposed Israel 'junket'
    Hyderabad (Telangana) Nov. 18 : The Opposition has criticized the Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao's (KCR) decision to send 1000 agriculture officials on Israel tour.

  • Frost and Sullivan and CNI Jointly Host the First Edition of 2017 Nepal Business Excellence Awards in Kathmandu
    Kathmandu, Nepal : Frost and Sullivan and Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) concluded the first edition of 2017 Nepal Business Excellence Awards (NBEA) on November 14th at Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu, Nepal.

  • Madison Realty Capital Provides USD64.0 Million Construction Financing for 200 Kent Avenue Development in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
    New York, United States : Madison Realty Capital (MRC) announced the closing of a USD64.0 million construction loan for 200 Kent Avenue, a 117,326 square foot mixed-use development located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  • Bihar Skill Development Mission launches 'Recruit, Train, Deploy' model
    Gurugram (Haryana) , November 18 : The Bihar Skill Development mission on Saturday, started a Recruit, Train and Deploy (RTD) model, taking a step further in skilling the youth of Bihar.

  • Confirmed! Sidharth's `Aiyaary` to clash with Akshay's `Padman`
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : 'Brothers' Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra are all set to have a box office clash in 2018 when Akshay's 'Padman' will lock horns with Sidharth's 'Aiyaary'.

  • Food Ministry clarifies media reports on starvation deaths
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution has today issued a clarification on the recent media reports about starvation deaths owing to alleged denial of subsidised food-grains.

  • CWC to meet on Monday to discuss schedule of President election
    New Delhi , Nov. 18 : Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting will be held on Monday at 10.30 am to discuss the schedule of the party president election.

  • Delhi University: Dyal Singh College (Evening) renamed as 'Vande Mataram College'
    New Delhi , November 18 : The administrative department of Delhi University's Dyal Singh College on Saturday decided to rename its evening college as 'Vande Mataram Mahavidyalaya'.

  • Now planning a wedding is just a click away
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Most people dream of a beautiful wedding and grand wedding with family and friends and now wedding attire to entire gamut of services are just a click away.

  • Kolkata Test: Mathews, Thirimanne fifties give Lanka edge over India
    Kolkata , November 18 : Following a brilliant bowling performance, Sri Lanka batsmen put up a decent show with the bat to reach 165-4 at stumps on the Day Three of the opening Test of the three-match series at the Eden Gardens here on Saturday.

  • IAF Garud personnel killed, five terrorist gunned down in Bandipora encounter
    Bandipora (Jammu and Kashmir) , Nov. 18 : One Indian Air Force (IAF) Garud personnel lost his life and five terrorists were gunned down on Saturday during an encounter in Hajin area of Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district.

  • Global Entrepreneurship Summit will promote startups and entrepreneurship in India: Amitabh Kant
    New Delhi , November 18 : NITI Aayog CEO, Amitabh Kant, on Saturday said that the Global Entrepreneurship Summit which will be held in New Delhi from November 28 - 30, will have a huge impact to promote startups and entrepreneurship in India.

  • CBFC member feels `Padmavati` controversy is `unnecessary`
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Terming the whole controversy surrounding 'Padmavati' as 'unnecessary,' Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) member Kailash Masoom has said Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum-opus should not be opposed before watching it.

  • Handful of walnuts daily cuts risk of asthma
    Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 18 : Here's another reason for you to eat more walnuts as a type of vitamin E, found in these nuts, may prevent the risk of asthma attacks by reducing airway inflammation.

  • Bhaichung Bhutia offers to train Majid Khan
    New Delhi , November 18 : Arjuna Awardee and Padma Shri footballer Bhaichung Bhutia on Saturday offered a training stint to Kashmiri footballer-turned-terrorist Majid Khan, who had surrendered.

  • Inside story of Majid Khan's surrender
    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) Nov. 18, : Kashmiri footballer Majid Khan was rescued from the clutches of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in a true James Bond movie style.

  • Cybersecurity company Tortuga Logic raises USD 2 mn in seed funding
    New York [USA], November 18 : Software-based cybersecurity company Tortuga Logic on Friday raised USD 2 million in seed funding from Eclipse Ventures to help maintain chip-level system security.

  • Official poster of 'A Wrinkle in time' is out!
    Los Angeles, November 18 : Sci-fi fans, here is some good news for you!

  • China endorses Pak party's stand on PoK dam
    Islamabad [Pakistan], Nov.18 : The Balawaristan National Front (BNF) has appreciated China's decision on placing conditions, including ownership of the mega project Diamar-Bhasha Dam in the Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) on the Indus River in Gilgit-Baltistan.

  • A family that walks together, stays together
    Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 18 : Strengthening the family bond is as easy as spending time outside in nature, even just a 20-minute walk, together, according to a recent study.

  • Here's why Katy Perry is 'banned indefinitely' from China
    New York [USA], Nov 18 : The problems don't seem to be letting up for the upcoming Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai as it has reportedly lost another big name.

  • The faster you eat, the more kilos you gain?
    Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 18 : Are you wondering why your waistline is expanding? Don't watch what you eat; watch how you eat.

  • Hariri arrives in France for talks with President Macron
    Paris [France], Nov 18 : Saad Hariri, who recently sparked a crisis by resigning as Lebanese prime minister, has arrived in France to hold talks with French President Emmanuel Macron.

  • Jaitley, PM Modi trying to destroy our family: Dinakaran on IT raids
    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) November 18 : Sidelined All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader TTV Dinakaran on Saturday said attempts are being made by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to destroy his family by using the Income Tax department.

  • Apple delays release of smart speaker - HomePod
    New York [USA], November 18 : Tech giant Apple Inc. has delayed the release of its much awaited smart speaker, HomePod, until 2018.

  • Kanpur: Student punished for not wearing school uniform
    Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) November 18 : A class 11 student in Kanpur on Saturday suffered cuts on both legs after the school management allegedly used scissors to cut off his jeans as punishment for not wearing school dress.

  • Zimababewans hit streets, say 'Mugabe go'
    Harare [Zimbabwe] Nov. 18 : Thousands of Zimababewans on Saturday hit the streets to demand President Robert Mugabe's removal.

  • Rakhi Sawant files FIR after getting threats from Karni Sena
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Nov 18 : After being threatened for extending support for 'Padmavati,' Rakhi Sawant said she has filed an FIR against the Rajput Karni Sena members.

  • Hariri says will return to Lebanon for Independence Day celebrations
    Paris [France] Nov. 18 : Saad Hariri on Saturday confirmed he will return home to Lebanon in the coming days to take part in Independence Day celebrations.

  • Mumbai attack mastermind's nephew, along with five others killed in Bandipora encounter
    Bandipora (Jammu and Kashmir) , Nov. 18 : Mumbai attack mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi's nephew Owaid, along with five other Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists, was gunned down by security forces during Bandipora encounter on Saturday.

  • UAE Exchange India Awarded for Business Excellence Award More than Once
    Kochi : UAE Exchange India is a legendary financial institution through decades of expertise in serving the customer with financial services, molding a company into best financial service provider of the nation.

  • IH2* Technology Licensed to Biozin Holding AS
    Houston, United States : CRI/Criterion Catalyst Company LTD (CRIUK), a global catalyst technology company wholly owned by Royal Dutch Shell, has awarded an FEL-2 license agreement for the IH2*technology which converts biomass to liquid transportation fuels, to Biozin Holding AS (BZH).

  • Assam AG adduce 'outside interference' for resignation
    Guwahati (Assam) , Nov 18 : Chinmoy Choudhury resigned as Advocate General of the Assam government and stated that there was "outside interference" in his functioning, where he was not allowed to work with "full dignity."

  • BJP represents development, good governance: Rajnath Singh
    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) Nov. 18 : Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is the party that represents development and good governance.

  • Afghanistan hopes Pak will cooperate on terror safe havens
    Washington [United States], November 18 : Afghanistan is hopeful that Pakistan will cooperate in dealing with the issue of the safe havens of the terror groups.

  • Our reform process will continue unabated, says Amitabh Kant
    New Delhi , November 18 : NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on Saturday said that the upgrade of India's sovereign rating has got India its recognition of the vast number of structural, institutional and procedural reforms taken so far.

  • 'Run for Peace' held in Bengaluru and Guwahati
    Bengaluru/Guwahati , 18 November : 'Run for Peace' and 'Run for Centenary' were held by Tangkhul Baptist Church Bangalore (TBCB) and Tangkhul Katamnao Long Guwahati respectively, in solidarity with the Tangkhul Naga Football Centenary (TNFC).

  • Team of Special cell seizes 1300 cartridges
    New Delhi , November 18 : Team of Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested two people with over 1300 cartridges on Saturday.

  • Ahmad Shahzad to consult psychologist to regain form
    Karachi [Pakistan], Nov 18 : Pakistan opening batsman Ahmad Shahzad, who hasn't been able to perform consistently in the last few years, is planning to consult a psychologist to regain his form.

  • Bihar Skill Development Mission skilling youth of state
    Gurgaon (Haryana) , Nov.18 : Taking a step further in skilling the youth of Bihar, Bihar Skill Development mission started a Recruit-Train and Deploy model, which would further accentuate in skilling mission and effectively help in skill training of the youth.

  • National Herald case: 'Application be dismissed with exemplary costs' says Congress
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi filed their response to BJP leader Subramanian Swamy's application seeking admission or denial of certain documents by the accused person and asked for the dismissal of application with exemplary costs, in connection to the National Herald case.

  • Local polls: Kanpur administration issues strict measure on purchase of alcohol
    Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) , Nov. 18 : Ahead of the upcoming local body polls in Kanpur, the District Excise Officer on Saturday issued notice directing shopkeepers to keep a record of people purchasing alcohol in large quantity or making frequent purchases.

  • Threatening 'Padmavati' makers 'not justified,' says IMPPA
    New Dehli , Nov 18 : Condemning the acts of Rajput Karni Sena, Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) on Saturday stated that threatening the producers of upcoming epic drama film 'Padmavari,' is "not justified."

  • Farhan Akhtar 'hopes' Sushil Kumar refuses nationals gold medal
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Bollywood actor-director Farhan Akhtar 'hopes' two-time Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar does not accept the gold medal, which he clinched in the National Wrestling Championship without even breaking a sweat.

  • Pak receives India's response on 'Humanitarian offer' for Jadhav
    Islamabad [Pakistan], Nov 18 : Pakistan on Saturday confirmed that India's response to Pakistan's 'Humanitarian offer' for former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav was received and is being considered.

  • Moody's, CRISIL see NHAI going strong
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is likely to have a robust future as indicated by recent ratings of various agencies, the Government today said in a statement.

  • Gabby Douglas heavily criticised by teammate for victim shaming
    Washington D.C [USA], Nov 18 : American gymnast Gabby Douglas is definitely not in good terms with her former Olympic Gymnastics team after what she said about Aly Raisman.

  • Abu Salem 2002 Delhi extortion case: Date shifted to Nov. 21
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : The Patiala House Court on Saturday has fixed the next date in Abu Salem's 2002 Delhi extortion case on November 21.

  • Owning a dog may add years to your life
    Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 18 : Dog owners have a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease or other causes, according to a recent study.

  • Could this be the new G-spot?
    London [UK], Nov 18 : Turns out, there's a little-known region that could be the key to making her climax.

  • Short-term probiotics can help shed those extra kilos
    Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 18 : Probiotics, which are becoming increasingly trendy, can actually help obese adults to beat the bulge, according to a recent study.

  • Andy Murray splits with coach Ivan Lendl
    London [U.K.], Nov 18 : Andy Murray has split with his coach Ivan Lendl for the second time, the former number one Tennis player announced on Friday.

  • MP govt will encourage, enlighten youth: CM at MSME Convention
    Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) November 18 : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday attended the last day of the MSME-Self-Employment Convention here, wherein, he said the state government will work towards enlightenment of the youth.

  • Decent start for `Tumhari Sulu` at the box office
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Much-awaited film, 'Tumhari Sulu', has made a decent start at the box office.

  • Firefox organises #EverydayAbility Paramotoring event in Delhi NCR for persons with disability
    New Delhi , Nov 18 : Today, Firefox Bikes and Adventure Beyond Barriers Foundation organised '#EverydayAbility,' an inclusive event that witnessed able-bodied individuals as well as Persons with Disability (PwDs) participating in 'Paramotoring' activity at the Flyboy Aero Park in Gurugram.

  • Netflix, Shah Rukh Khan partner for spy thriller 'Bard of Blood'
    Los Angeles (California) [U.S.A], November 18 : Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan and online streaming platform Netflix have partnered to bring an espionage thriller 'Bard of Blood' to over 100 million users of the platform.