• President of India's message on Guyana's Republic Day
    New Delhi, Feb 22 : President of India Pranab Mukherjee has extended his greetings and felicitations to the Government and people of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana on the eve of their Republic Day (February 23, 2017).

  • India-China hold the first upgraded strategic dialogue in Beijing
    New Delhi/Beijing, Feb 22 : India and China held their upgraded strategic dialogue in Beijing on Wednesday to shore up bilateral ties, media reported.

  • Logan makers release new TV spot
    Los Angeles, Feb 22 : The makers of Logan have released a new TV spot - Fate.

  • No plans to reintroduce 1,000-rupee notes : Government
    New Delhi, Feb 22 : : The 1,000-rupee notes, scrapped by the Government in November, 2016 as part of its demonetisation drive, have no immediate future for making a comeback, though the supply of 500-rupee currencies are being ramped up, the Government says.

  • Parineeti Chopra gets a Scuba Diving License
    Mumbai, Feb 22 : Actress Parineeti Chopra ticked off an item from her wish list after she received her Scuba Diving license.

  • Hyderabad: Fire breaks out in AC manufacturing unit, kills 6
    Hyderabad, Feb 22 : At least six people were killed as fire gutted an air-cooler manufacturing plant in Hyderabad's Rajendranagar area, reports said.

  • Multilingual education is 'absolutely essential,' UNESCO chief says on Mother Language Day
    New York, Feb 22 : Learning languages is a promise of peace, innovation and creativity, and will contribute to the achievement of global development goals, the head of the United Nations agency for culture and education has said, marking International Mother Language Day.

  • 'Time running out' for 1.4 million children in 'man-made' crises in Africa, Yemen - UNICEF
    New York, Feb 22 : Almost 1.4 million children are at imminent risk of death due to severe acute malnutrition this year, as famine threatens in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, warned the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), urging prompt action to save them.

  • 'Time lost means lives lost,' warns UN aid chief, releasing funds to tackle drought in Ethiopia
    New York, Feb 22 : The top United Nations humanitarian official on Tuesday released $18.5 million from the organization's Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to enable critical aid for more than 785,000 people suffering from hunger, malnutrition and severe water shortages in Ethiopia's Somali region - the worst drought-stricken part of the country.

  • 'We cannot give up the fight' to end child recruitment, says UNICEF chief
    New York, Feb 22 : Even though over the past 10 years, more than 65,000 children have been released from armed forces and armed groups, tens of thousands of boys and girls under the age of 18 continue to be used in conflicts around the world, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Tuesday.

  • OnePlus Store becomes hub for community engagement
    New Delhi , Feb 22 : OnePlus, a global mobile technology startup, last night hosted the first edition of OnePlus Talks - a platform for sharing knowledge with the ever growing OnePlus community through sessions with experts across industries.

  • Staff of Guru Harkrishan Public School demands implementation of 6th Pay Commission
    New Delhi , Feb 22 : 'Guru Harkrishan Public School (GHPS) Staff Welfare Association' today decided to intensify their efforts for implementation of 6th Pay Commission of the Guru Harkrishan Public School staff by the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC).

  • Christchurch ODI: Taylor shines in Kiwis' narrow six-run win over Proteas
    Christchurch [New Zealand], Feb.22 : Veteran batsman Ross Taylor struck a blistering century before bowlers came to the fore as New Zealand grabbed a narrow six-run win over South Africa in the second ODI of the five-match series at the Hagley Oval here on Wednesday.

  • Hormonal maintenance therapy can improve survival in women with rare ovarian, says study
    Washington D.C. (USA), Feb. 22 : Women with a rare type of epithelial ovarian or peritoneum cancer, can now take sigh of relief.

  • Wishfin launches Wish Experts to ease financial decision-making
    New Delhi , Feb. 22 : Wishfin, India's neutral financial marketplace run by Mywish Marketplaces Private Limited (MMPL) announced an industry-first specialised service, titled 'Wish Experts'.

  • Mihir Joshi predicts 'La La Land' will win Best Picture at Oscars
    New Delhi (India), Feb. 22 : The Oscars are just a few days away and the entire globe is predicting who is going to take home the award for Best Picture. Indian singer Mihir Joshi has predicted which film could take home the biggest prize at the star-studded night.

  • Talat Ali tipped for Pakistan manager role
    Karachi [Pakistan], Feb.22 : If reports are to be believed, former Test batsman Talat Ali could be the next manager of the Pakistan team which will tour West Indies next month.

  • No new Rs 1000 notes, Centre focusing on producing lower denomination currency
    New Delhi , Feb. 22 : After reports surfaced of new Rs. 1000 and higher denomination notes coming into circulation, Secretary Economic Affairs Shaktikanta Das has refuted the notion.

  • Tamil Nadu Power Tussle: DMK goes on hunger strike against 'illegal' trust vote
    Tamil Nadu , Feb.22 : To protest against Chief Minister Edapaddi K. Palanisamy's trust vote, Opposition Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) begun their hunger strike protest here today, over the recent ruckus that took place in Tamil Nadu Assembly few days ago.

  • 'Ganesh' beer, 'Om' shoes: Will ensure these products are banned in Delhi, U.S., says complainant
    New Delhi , Feb. 22 : We will not rest until the company stops selling products bearing religious symbols and figures in India and, if possible in the United States, said Naresh Kadyan on Wednesday, who has filed a complaint against two US-based online retailers for selling beer with Lord Ganesha's picture on its label and footwear sporting the 'Om' symbol.

  • Security in Indian Housing Societies goes Hi-Tech
    New Delhi, , Feb. 22 : ADDA GateKeeper, a security management platform for apartment complexes, launched a range of security measures to tighten security in large apartment complexes across most Tier I cities.

  • BMC Polls: BJP confident of victory, says people voting against Sena's 'mafia raj'
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Feb. 22 : Expressing confidence over securing a majority in the 2017 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday said the aggressive voting by the people clearly shows they are voting against the Shiv Sena's mafia raj.

  • Dharmendra Pradhan pitches for more engagement in Myanmar in oil & gas sector
    New Delhi , Feb. 22 : Underscoring Myanmar's huge unexplored hydrocarbon potential, Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan has said that India needs to have more engagement with the latter in oil and gas sector.

  • Fawad Khan's body transformation will surprise you
    Karachi (Pakistan), Feb. 22 : After making a name for himself in India, with his subtle acting skills and good looks, Pakistani actor Fawad Khan has reached back home and given us something to be excited for.

  • HIL 2017: Delhi Waveriders reach semis despite 2-6 loss to Ranchi Rays
    New Delhi , Feb.22 : Two field goals from Manpreet Singh saw Ranchi Rays thrash Delhi Waveriders 6-2 in their Hockey India League (HIL) encounter at the Shivaji Stadium here last evening.

  • FICCI report cites learnings from UK to create successful innovation ecosystem in India
    New Delhi, , Feb. 22 : A report on the vibrancy of the startup ecosystem in the UK and its lessons for India's developing startup scene was launched on Tuesday.

  • U.S. issues new immigration enforcement policies, tightens deportation rules
    Washington D.C. [U.S.], Feb. 22 : Following through on President Donald Trump's promise of tightening the borders and putting a stop to illegal immigration, the United States administration has announced new directives under which undocumented migrants will be an enforcement priority, however, insisting the measures are not intended to produce "mass deportations."

  • Kutchina associates with Freedomscape
    New Delhi, , Feb. 22 : Kutchina, one of the leading manufacturers and retailers of kitchen appliances and modular kitchen in the country, associated itself with Freedomscape, presented by Indian Museum, a cultural program which witnessed participation of differently abled children, in Kolkata.

  • Drinking too much may age arteries over time!
    Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 22 : Excessive boozing over the years might age arteries prematurely, especially in men, putting them at an increased risk for heart disease.

  • Real questions to ask if you are getting married!
    New Delhi , Feb. 22 : In the day and age of months, sometimes years being spent planning the perfect wedding, reality is often a rude shock when the wedding is over and the marriage begins! This is because no one thinks of asking the questions that really matter!

  • President of India's message on National Day of Brunei Darussalam
    New Delhi, Feb 22 : President of India Pranab Mukherjee has extended his greetings and felicitations to the Sultan and people of Brunei Darussalam on the eve of their National Day (February 23, 2017).

  • Indian doctor, kidnapped in Libiya 18 months ago, rescued : Sushma Swaraj
    New Delhi, Feb 22 : : Ramamurthy Kosanam, an Indian doctor who was kidnapped by ISIS militants in Libya 18 months ago, has been rescued, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, on Tuesday night.

  • Tamil Nadu : DMK on statewide hunger strike to protest against Palaniswamy's trust vote
    Chennai, Feb 22 : : The Opposition DMK in Tamil Nadu is observing a one-day hunger strike throughout the state on Wednesday to protest the "violation of Assembly rules" in adopting the confidence motion moved by Chief Ministers Edappadi Palaniswamy, reports said.

  • Diana Penty plays an NGO worker in Lucknow Central
    Mumbai, Feb 22 : Diana Penty, who portrayed the lead role in the family entertainer, Happy Bhag Jayegi, which released last year, will be seen playing an NGO worker in her forthcoming film, Lucknow Central.

  • In a first, DMK to move no-trust vote against TN speaker
    Chennai, Feb 22 : In a first in the history of Tamil Nadu politics, opposition DMK is set to move no-trust vote against state speaker P Dhanapal, reports said.

  • Protests against government is planned, says Donald Trump
    Washington, Feb 22 : US President Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed dissent against his government as staged incidents by liberal activists.

  • Trial of Gaddafi regime a 'missed opportunity for justice' - UN human rights chief
    New York, Feb 22 : Pointing out that the recent trial in Libya of members of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime fell short of international fair-trial standards, the United Nations human rights wing and the UN mission in the North African country called on authorities to address flaws identified in a new report.

  • UN refugee agency focuses on sheltering displaced as Iraqi offensive moves to west Mosul
    New York, Feb 22 : The United Nations refugee agency is focusing efforts on camp construction in and around the Iraqi city of Mosul, where renewed fighting could displace up to 250,000 people.

  • Yemen's brutal two-year conflict forcing displaced to return home amid persisting risks - UN
    New York, Feb 22 : The complex crisis in Yemen continues to deepen, with United Nations agencies reporting on Tuesday that perhaps one million people who had fled for safety are returning to their homes mainly due to a lack of access to income and basic services in the areas of displacement, warning that returnees often find the situation just as bad.

  • At Security Council, UN chief Guterres highlights global significance of a peaceful Europe
    New York, Feb 22 : Noting that recent crises in Europe show that the continent remains at risk from new outbreaks of conflict, United Nations Secretary-General called for reinforcing mutual trust and respect to strengthen stability and cooperation both within Europe and beyond.

  • N. Korea not cooperating in Kim Jong-nam murder probe: Malaysia
    Kuala Lumpur [Malaysia], Feb. 22 : Malaysian Police have alleged that North Korean authorities are not cooperating in their investigation into the murder of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother Kim Jong-nam.

  • Kim Jong-un's half-brother had 'rejected' offer to lead Pyongyang government-in-exile
    Seoul [South Korea], Feb. 22 : North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother Kim Jong-nam had reportedly rejected the offer by the North Korean defector in Europe and the United States, to serve as head of a government-in-exile, if one had been established, The Korean Times reported citing a source.

  • GoDaddy helps Pune-based Impace Systems expand globally
    New Delhi , Feb. 22 : GoDaddy, the world's largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures, today announced that its suite of online tools designed to create and manage a digital presence, is enabling Impace Systems, a software design firm providing out-of-box software solutions, reach more customers in India and globally.

  • Congress leader sexual exploitation row: BJP slams 'Maseeha of poor' Rahul Gandhi
    New Delhi , Feb. 22 : With Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) vice president Brajesh Pandey getting booked under POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences), the Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday questioned the silence from the grand old party and demanded an apology from its vice-president Rahul Gandhi.

  • KCR woos the gods, donates gold at Tirupati Temple
    Hyderabad (Telangana) , Feb. 22 : Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) was seen donating gold, reportedly worth crores, at the Venkateswara Swamy Temple, also known as the Tirupati temple here.

  • Satya Nadella announces 'Skype Lite'; applauds India for phenomenal entrepreneurial energy
    New Delhi , Feb 22 : Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Wednesday announced the integration of Skype and Aadhaar to launch the 'Skype Lite' for low speed mobile internet connections, which will be supported by Aadhaar and will enable technology that can empower people and organisations.

  • TN Power Tussle: DMK petition challenging trust vote adjourned to Monday
    Chennai , Feb. 22 : The Madras High Court on Monday adjourned to Monday the DMK's plea seeking to declare null and void, the vote of confidence in the Tamil Nadu Assembly by Chief Minister EK Palanisamy.

  • Srinagar-Jammu highway remains closed for 2nd day following landslides
    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) , Feb. 22 : The Kashmir valley remained cut off from the rest of the country for the second consecutive day, following closure of 300-km long Jammu-Srinagar national highway due to landslides at some places.

  • Irfan Pathan pens emotional note to fans post IPL Auction snub
    New Delhi , Feb.22 : After being missed out on earning a contract from Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises in the auction ahead of its 10th season, veteran all-rounder Irfan Pathan penned an emotional letter to his fans and followers.

  • Jimmy Kimmel will not let Matt Damon come near Oscar's stage
    Washington D.C. (USA), Feb. 22 : Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel have been engaged in an 'entertaining feud' since 11 years and now, Jimmy is all ready to take the battle to Hollywood's biggest night - the Academy Awards.

  • Aguero's brace gives Man City edge over Monaco in CL
    London [U.K], Feb.22 : Striker Sergio Aguero scored twice as Manchester City claimed a comfortable 5-3 win in their first competitive meeting against Monaco in an all-time Champions League classic at the Etihad Stadium here last evening.

  • Hyderabad: Six burnt to death in godown inferno
    Hyderabad , Feb.22 : At least six burnt bodies were recovered when a fire broke out in the Avone cooler godown in the early hours of Wednesday in Hyderabad's Attapur.

  • Trump respects free press, but it's a two-way street: White House
    Washington D.C., [U.S.], Feb. 22 : The White House has defended President Donald Trump, as he continues to face the onslaught for his 'enemy of the people' barb directed towards the press, saying that Trump has a healthy respect for the media, but it was a 'two-way' street.

  • CRB Tech launches online technology magazine, TechTrail
    New Delhi, , Feb. 22 : In order to enable easy access of all latest technology-related updates, CRB Tech solutions Pvt Ltd. launched an online magazine, 'TechTrail-on the trail of technology'.

  • Jennifer Lopez picks Harry Styles over Drake?
    Washington D.C. (USA), Feb. 22 : Jennifer Lopez, can have any man that she puts her finger on, but it seems a young singer has caught her attention.

  • Trump vs press: Washington Post's new intense masthead - "Democracy Dies in Darkness"
    New York [U.S.], Feb. 22 : Eyes were popping across the globe with the Washington Post's digital portal changing its masthead in a dramatic fashion, symbolising its intensifying fight with President Donald Trump over his war on certain sections of the American media.

  • Genesis Foundation announces 6th edition of Annual Flagship Musical Event, Kasauli Rhythm and Blues Festival
    New Delhi, , Feb. 22 : Genesis Foundation in association with Fitbit & Powered by announces the 6thedition of its annual flagship musical event, Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival.

  • Tammy Trade's B2B e-marketplace takes off with over 300 deals
    New Delhi, , Feb. 22 (ANI-BusinessWire India): Tammy Trade, India's fastest growing B2B e-marketplace, is off to a flying start since its launch in October 2016. In the agro-commodities space, Tammy Trade has already facilitated bulk orders for paddy, wheat, rice, soya and maize to name a few, with sales volumes ranging from 200 to 2600 tons.

  • If your kid is too fat, then you may be a reason
    Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 22 : Now don't blame those chips and chocolates for you childs extra pounds, as a study says around 35-40 percent of a child's is inherited from their parents.

  • Beware! Food-borne bacterium may cause miscarriage threat early in pregnancy
    Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 22 : Beware to-be mothers! Listeria, a common food-borne bacterium, may pose a greater risk of miscarriage in the early stages of pregnancy than appreciated, warns a study.