• UTT announces franchises for inaugural season
    New Delhi , May 28 : The Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT), India's newest sports franchise league, promises to be a sporting breakthrough with a number of top franchises confirming their participation.

  • Kerber suffers shocking first round exit at Roland Garros
    Paris [France], May 28 : World No. 1 Angelique Kerber on Sunday suffered a shocking straight-sets defeat Russian Ekaterina Makarova to bow out of the French Open in the opening round itself.

  • Kathmandu sees Tagore's childhood
    Kathmandu [Nepal], May 28 : Indian theater group, Ruchika, on Sunday staged a drama based on famous literary figure Rabindranath Tagore's childhood in Kathmandu.

  • Premier Futsal all set to go global
    Dubai [UAE], May 28 : Premier Futsal, the most watched Futsal tournament in the world, is all set to go international with Season Two of the home-grown sporting event.

  • French Open: Kvitova makes winning return to tennis
    Paris [France], May 28 : Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova entered the second round of French Open after beating American Julia Boserup in straight sets on Sunday.

  • Women activists corner Yogi Govt. in wake of Rampur, Kushinagar incidents
    New Delhi , May 28 : Berating two dastardly incidents of the Uttar Pradesh's Rampur and Kushinagar districts, women activists on Sunday attacked the newly formed BJP Government in the state, saying Uttar Pradesh has become an epitome of lawlessness where criminals roam free.

  • Here is a detailed itinerary of PM Modi's four-nation tour
    New Delhi , May 28 : With an aim to boost India's economic engagements and to invite more investments, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be undertaking a four-nation tour from May 29, starting with Germany.

  • Nawaz Sharif's son appears before JIT in Panamagate probe
    Islamabad [Pakistan], May 28 : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son Hussain Nawaz on Sunday appeared before the Supreme Court-appointed Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the Sharif family's offshore properties to record his statement in the ongoing Panamagate probe at the Federal Judicial Academy.

  • Michael Carrick extends stay at Old Trafford
    Manchester [UK], May 28 : Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick has extended his contract at Old Trafford for another year to June 2018.

  • At what age do women have the best sex of their lives?
    London [UK], May 28 : Are you one of those women who believe that your sex life peaks in your twenties?

  • Saudi rulers will perish: Khamenei
    Tehran [Iran], May 28 : On the occasion of the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said that "Saudi rulers are going to perish".

  • Trump returns to White House, faces slew of challenges
    New York [U.S.], May 28 : : U.S. President Donald Trump is facing a barrage of challenges including Jared Kushner's role in the ongoing Russian probe, after coming back to the White House after his first international trip, during which he visited Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, the Vatican and Belgium over a period of nine days.

  • Pro-ISIS slogans graffiti allegedly seen in Delhi University
    New Delhi , May 28 : Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU) Secretary, Ankit Sangwan on Sunday filed a complaint in the North Campus Police Station after Pro-ISIS slogans were allegedly seen in Delhi University' Delhi School of Economics.

  • Massive power outages across Karachi on first day of Ramazan
    Karachi [Pakistan], May 28 : Pakistan's largest and most populous city, Karachi suffered massive power outages on Sunday, the first day of Ramazan.

  • UP: Rape-accused bailed from jail, returns to haunt his victim
    Kushinagar (Uttar Pradesh) , May 28 : A rape-accused man who was bailed from his prison term for his dastardly crime, went straight to his victim's house after his release and threatened her with dire consequences.

  • Congratulate all who successfully passed CBSE XII exams: PM Modi
    New Delhi , May 28 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated all the victorious students who successfully passed in the Senior Secondary Examinations conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

  • India shrugs off Pakistan's 'extra judicial killing' barb over Sabzar Bhat
    New Delhi , May 28 : With Pakistan branding the killing of Hizbul commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat as 'extra judicial', Union Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Jitendra Singh today asserted that regardless of what the hostile neighbor says, India's approach towards the Valley remains clear and consistent.

  • De Villiers `pretty upset` with fresh ball tempering row
    Southampton [UK], May 28 : South Africa skipper AB de Villiers has said that he was pretty upset with the umpires implying that his side was involved in ball tempering during the second ODI of the three-match series against England which they lost by two runs at the Ageas Bowl.

  • Soon, an accurate, cheap genetic test for anal cancer
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 28 : A new genetic test could be an accurate and inexpensive way to find and treat those at highest risk of anal cancer - a disease with growing incidence in women, men who have sex with men (MSM) and people with HIV.

  • Fight against leprosy: Efforts honoured with ICN award
    New Delhi , May 28 : The International Council of Nurses (ICN) presented its Health and Human Rights Award to Yohei Sasakawa, Chairman of the Nippon Foundation, at the 2017 ICN Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on May 27.

  • Kim Jong Un inspects test-fire of new anti-aircraft weapon
    Moscow [Russia], May 28 : Supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong-un has ordered the mass-production and deployment of a 'next-gen air defense system' to bolster its air supremacy as he personally inspected the test-fire of a new-type anti-aircraft guided weapon system.

  • Constructive criticism strengthens democracy: PM Modi on NDA's three years
    New Delhi , May 28 : With the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Centre completing three years of governance, the initiatives implemented and overall performance have come under the scanner several times, which, according to the former, is said to be a key to strengthening democracy.

  • PM Modi praises Versova Resident Volunteers for cleaning beach
    New Delhi , May 28 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday praised the Versova Resident Volunteers and team of Afroz Shah, the lawyer from Bombay High Court, who is leading the campaign for cleaning the beach, which was earlier considered as the dirtiest beach in the city.

  • CBSE toppers want to be 'economist, politician, IAS officer, engineer': Javadekar
    New Delhi , May 28 : Soon after results of the Senior Secondary Examination (Class 12) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were announced, Union Minister of Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar on Sunday congratulated the candidates for their successful results, lauding them for their hard work and determination to achieve their goal.

  • CBSE Boards: Raksha Gopal reeling with happiness, shock after topping with 99.6%
    New Delhi , May 28 : After topping this year's CBSE Class XII results, Raksha Gopal, a student of Amity International School has shared that it was not her aim to be a topper, but to secure good marks.

  • Petition in Pakistan SC for 'early execution' of Kulbhushan Jadhav
    Lahore [Pakistan], May 28 : A petition has been filed in Pakistan's Supreme Court seeking 'immediate execution' of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav if he failed to get his capital punishment overturned.

  • Yoga is India's gift to the world: PM Modi
    New Delhi , May 28 : Urging the nation to make Yoga an essential part of their lives to remain stress free, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that Yoga is the only thing that is uniting the world.

  • PM Modi remembers Veer Savarkar, calls on nation to visit 'Kaala Paani'
    New Delhi , May 28 : Remembering freedom fighter Veer Savarkar on his birth anniversary, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called on the nation especially the youth to make a trip to the cellular jails, also called 'kaala paani' in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

  • 32nd Mann Ki Baat: From Ramazan to Yoga, PM Modi's top 10 quotes
    New Delhi , May 28 : From greeting the nation on the holy occasion of Ramazan, to reminding everyone about the upcoming International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday spoke to the citizens in the 32nd edition of his Mann Ki Baat address on a range of issues.

  • 'Diversity is India's strength': PM Modi greets nation on Ramazan
    New Delhi , May 28 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday conveyed greetings to the nation on the beginning of the holy month of Islamic calendar, Ramazan.

  • Jaitley takes swing at Pak., urges optimum defence preparedness for India
    Chitradurga (Karnataka) , May 28 : Union Defence Minister Arun Jaitley, in a veiled reference to Pakistan, has said India's defence preparedness needs to be enhanced to the optimum level, owing to its geographical location.

  • Neroca gets '10 out of 10' as former stars hail success
    Imphal (Manipur) , May 28 : Former Manipuri stars lauded Neroca FC's feat of winning the Second Division League and becoming the first Club from the State to scale the height.

  • Chhattisgarh: Seven Naxal supporters caught in Narayanpur
    Raipur (Chhattisgarh) , May 28 : At least seven suspected Naxals, including three women, were caught after an encounter took place between security forces and the militants in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur district last night.

  • Want to make your mornings delicious? Head to 'Number 31' in Def Col
    New Delhi , May 28 : If the same aroma of eggs, bread and butter, and coffee is making you nauseous or the pain of cooking early in the morning is narrowing your breakfast down to milk and cereal every day, then look no further - the latest in healthy breakfast alternatives has come in the form of Defence Colony's Number 31.

  • Mani Shankar Aiyar clarifies on meeting separatists in Valley
    New Delhi,May 28: Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar, who invited flak for meeting Hurriyat leaders in Kashmir, on Sunday clarified his move, saying that he not only met the latter but also many other communities to discuss the ongoing unrest in the Valley.

  • Despite shutdown call, hundreds of Kashmiri youth appear in army recruitment exam
    Baramulla (J-K) , May 28 : Asserting that the Kashmir youth need employment, a top army officer on Sunday said that defying separatist shutdown call, hundreds of students participated in the army recruitment examination in the Valley.

  • General Bipin Rawat begins his four-day Myanmar tour
    New Delhi , May 28 : Chief of the Army Staff, (COAS) General Bipin Rawat is on a four-day visit to Myanmar from May 28 to May 31.

  • In Yogi raj, men should keep their women indoor: Azam Khan
    Rampur (Uttar Pradesh) , May 28 : In the wake of Rampur incident where a group of men molested two women in broad day light, former Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan on Sunday took a jibe at Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath-led government and said that situation in the state is such that men should try and keep their women indoors.

  • Yogi Adityanath practicing 'untouchability': Congress on Kushinagar Dalits row
    New Delhi , May 28 : Tearing into Yogi Adityanath over the Kushinagar incident where Dalits were asked to shower before meeting him, the Congress today demanded an unconditional apology from the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and also demanded a case be registered against the officials and the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister in regard to the same.

  • INS Shardul reaches Colombo with relief materials
    Colombo [Sri Lanka], May 28 : In the aftermath of devastating floods and landslides in Sri Lanka, the Indian Navy's INS Shardul on Sunday reached here with relief materials and stores.

  • 'Black Mirror' season four episode titles and directors revealed
    London [UK], May 28 : The Netflix driven show, 'Black Mirror,' is all set to come back and haunt us all.

  • J-K: Civilian killed in Pak firing in Kupwara sector
    Kupwara (Jammu and Kashmir), May 28 : Pakistan Army today shot dead a civilian and injured another in Keran sector of Kupwara district near Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Delhi: WiFi-enabled 'Dream Gates' to be installed at Heritage Metro stations
    New Delhi , May 28 : With the extended version of the Delhi Metro's violet line, the Heritage Line, being inaugurated today, the authorities have facilitated the installation of entry and exit gates that can be operated via smartphone.

  • Listening to sad music in group can give you the blues
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 28 : You may want to avoid listening to sad music in a group and talking about sad things, as according to a recent study, it can make you depressed.

  • Practice is all it takes to make your 4-month-old stand!
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 28 : Turns out, children as young as four months are capable of standing on their own.

  • CBSE topper Raksha Gopal's marks card is a jaw-dropper!
    New Delhi , May 28 : With the nation effusive after learning of Raksha Gopal, the topper of the Central Board of Secondary Education's (CBSE) Secondary School examination (Class 12), her marks card is deemed to be a reflection of the perseverance she showed in emerging successful with flying colours.

  • And you thought extreme sports are just for adrenaline rush!
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 28 : Jumping to your death? Turns out, extreme sportsmen and women are "not adrenaline junkies with a death wish."

  • Graham Norton opens show with tribute to Manchester attack victims
    London [UK], May 28 : TV host Graham Norton normally opens 'The Graham Norton Show' with witty one-liners and funny jokes, but recently he broke the norm and started his show by giving a moving tribute to the victims of Manchester terror attack.

  • Female National-level shooter shows incredible bravery, rescues kidnapped relative
    New Delhi , May 28 : A female national-level shooter displayed exemplary bravery as she used her skilled to save her relative's life from the clutches of kidnapper.

  • Wanted KLO militants arrested in Tripura
    Gandacherra (Tripura) , May 28 : Three Kamtapur Liberation Organisation (KLO) militants of Assam, who entered India from Bangladesh, have been arrested in the bordering Gandhachera subdivision of Tripura.

  • Srinagar: Defying shutdown call, youngsters come forth to enroll in Indian Army
    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , May 28 : Amid the prevailing unrest in the Kashmir Valley, the Common Entrance Written Examination for the selection of Indian Army Junior Commissioned Officers and Other Ranks was successfully held in Srinagar and Pattan on Sunday.

  • This season, get summer bold with these style trends
    New Delhi , May 28 : Summer is a time to shed layers and get comfy and so, fashionistas are looking to put a stylish foot forward while trying to stay cool.

  • With onset of Ramadan, Aurangabad sees surge in sale of dates
    Aurangabad (Maharashtra) , May 28 : The month of Ramadan has begun and a vast majority of Muslim population will be fasting for a large number of days.

  • India vs Pak: Kohli is a great batsman but has failed against me, says Junaid
    Karachi [Pakistan], May 28 : Ahead of the much awaited high-voltage India Pakistan encounter in the upcoming Champions Trophy on June 4 at Edgbaston, Pakistani speedster Junaid Khan has taken a dig at skipper Virat Kohli, saying his team is not afraid of the swashbuckling Indian batsman and they know how to tackle him.

  • Chris Brown shares adorable birthday wish for daughter Royalty
    New Delhi , May 28 : Chris Brown is a proud father!

  • Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi strongly bats for nature conservation
    New Delhi , May 28 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged the people of the nation to connect with nature, saying that the process connects us with ourselves.

  • UK: 23,000 jihadists identified amid terror fears
    London [U.K.], May 28 : As many as 23,000 jihadist extremists currently living in the U.K. have been identified by intelligence agencies as potential terrorists.

  • Australian Govt. may intervene in CA-ACA dispute if Ashes threatened
    Melbourne [Australia], May 28 : The Australian Government has said that they would be prepared to step in for mediation between Cricket Australia (CA) and the Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) if the current pay dispute continues.

  • David Lynch still unclear about returning to movies
    London [UK], May 28 : David Lynch fans Rejoice! The acclaimed director is not retiring from film-making after all.

  • CBSE Class XII results: Noida's Raksha Gopal tops with a whopping 99.6 %
    New Delhi , May 28 : The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today announced the examination results of the Senior Secondary Examination (Class 12th).