UP polls: Voting for fourth phase underway Lucknow (UP) , Feb. 23 : Voting for the fourth phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly election has begun on 53 constituencies spread over 12 districts including the Bundelkhand region and Raebareli.
Russia feels Montenegro coup allegations may damage bilateral ... New York [USA], Feb. 23: Russia hits back over allegations that Moscow was involved in a failed coup in Montenegro and an attempt to assassinate the country's former Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, stating the claims may damage relation between the two nations.
Mexico slams US immigration plan ahead of Tillerson visit New York[USA], Feb. 23: Mexico indicated that it intends to take hard stand against Trump administration's new immigration directives that could have dramatic implications for the United States' southern neighbours, ahead of a visit by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
SC to resume hearing on age criteria for NEET New Delhi , Feb. 23: The Supreme Court, on Thursday, will resume the hearing on the age criteria for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET), for various undergraduate courses.
SC to hear plea seeking probe into Kalikho Pul suicide case New Delhi , Feb 23 : The Supreme Court, on Thursday, will hear the petition filed by Dangwimsai Pul, the first wife of former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul, seeking a direction for registration of an FIR and investigation into a suicide note, purportedly written by her husband, who ...
Brits 2017: George Michael tribute leaves fans in tears London [UK], Feb 23 : The 2017 BRIT Awards, on Wednesday, remembered George Michael's legacy with a pair of tributes by the late singer's 'Wham!' bandmates and Chris Martin performance to his 1986 hit track 'A Different Corner.'
Marine Le Pen's aides under investigation New York [USA], Feb. 23: The chief staff of French leader Marine Le Pen was put under formal investigation after a day of questioning over the alleged misuse of European Union(EU) funds to pay parliamentary assistants.
Post criticism, Melania Trump refiles her USD 150 million defamation ... New York [USA], Feb. 23: In what comes as a development of U.S first lady Melania Trump's USD150 million defamation lawsuit against a British media outlet, her lawyers have changed and refiled it, which leaves out a controversial portion of the original, a section that argued the first lady's ...