Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe during their visit to the Toji Temple in Kyoto. — PTI

Imran Khan (centre) addresses supporters outside the Parliament building in Islamabad on Sunday. — AP

Free hand to BSF to fire back at Pakistan: Rajnath Singh

Pakistani protesters gather around a container which carries cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan. (Photo: AP)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart, Mr Shinzo Abe, feed carp at a guesthouse in Kyoto, Japan. PTI

Finance minister Arun Jaitley addresses a press conference at the National Media Centre in New Delhi on Saturday. — PTI

Mulayam Singh Yadav will back Amar Singh for Rajya Sabha

The vice-chairman of the Opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf party, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, addresses journalists. AFP


Syrian refugee overload takes toll on Turkey

The refugees have become an increasingly visible presence in cities including Istanbul


Badaun gets toilets in fitting ode to victims

After the alleged rape and gruesome murder of two sisters in Badaun district in May this year, the “Toilet for Every House” campaign was launched on Sunday from the Katra Sahadatgunj village in Badaun


Rats rule the roost in New Delhi station

In a bid to deal with the rat menace at the New Delhi Railway Station, the authorities are all set to launch mega drives to identify hiding places of rodents creating ruckus at the stations.


New heart drug shows big result

Cardiovascular failure, in which the heart does not pump blood effectively, kills at least 26 million people a year worldwide


Zimbabwe stun Australia, beat them after 31 years

Harare, Aug. 31:

Elton Chigumbura hit an unbeaten half-century as Zimbabwe pulled off a shock three wicket win over Australia in a one-day triangular series match on Sunday.


GDP rise heralding better days ahead?

GDP growth numbers for April-June, the first quarter of ficsal 2014-15, at 5.7 per cent, the strongest pace of growth in the past two years, comes on the back of good factory growth and export numbers.


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