SAARC leaders at last year's summit which was held in Dhulikel in Nepal.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP President Amit Shah. (Photo: PTI)

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa (Photo: PTI)

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. (Photo: PTI)

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. (Photo: PTI)

US president Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Photo: AFP)

Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh (Photo: PTI)

Metros

After PoK strikes, Delhi put on high alert

In view of the high alert sounded in the national capital, the Delhi police on Thursday heightened its vigil near iconic buildings, airport and Metro stations.

Newsmakers

Just one drink a day could damage heart

Even moderate alcohol consumption — having just one drink a day — over a long period of time may damage the heart and increase risk of stroke, a new study has warned.

Editorial

Cross-LoC raid: An end to old soft line

Indian special forces crossing the Line of Control in helicopters and attacking terrorist launchpads across Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in a pinpointed manner in the early hours of Thursday is being cel

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Here & Now
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Dining

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Millennial NET-y gritty

They are the brave, bold Indian millenials! They come from privileged backgrounds but discretion is not a part of their vocabulary.

Gaga over Niagara

Known for its quaint old-world charm, a 90-minute drive from downtown Toronto, the Niagara region is enchanting for its untouched natural beauty.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision announced earlier this week to boycott the next Saarc summit, due to be held in Islamabad in November, was almost expected.

The sudden passing of Uzbek President Islam Karimov earlier this month caught the headlines both in India and overseas.