The Enforcement Directorate (ED), which is investigating the multi-crore AgustaWestland helicopter deal case, has sought the extradition of British national Christian Michel James on charges of money
Eminent poets from all over the world will present the best in contemporary Urdu poetry at Mushaira Jashn-e-Bahar, the biggest such event in the national capital, scheduled to be held on Friday at Del
Promoting amity and friendship through poetry, the event brings together the finest Urdu poets from different parts of the globe
The crash in crude oil prices with a crippling impact on the economies of the Gulf nations would deal a severe blow to remittances to India, Pakistan and other Asian nations with a maximum possible im
Acting on a tip-off, officials of the anti-robbery and dacoity cell of Mumbai crime branch (CB) has arrested two goons, who, along with four other accused, allegedly committed a dacoity at a jeweller’
Ajay Kini, Vishnu Prasad, Sailesh Bolisetti romped home with emphatic victories in their respective categories of the final round of the 18th JK Tyre Racing Championship at India’s only F1 track, the
The Bombay high court on Tuesday issued notices to office bearers of various mandals and BJP leader Ashish Shelar, head of Dahi Handi Samiti for alleged violation of the guidelines issued by the State
The vociferous debates over freedom of expression continued over day two of the Tata Literature Live! Mumbai LitFest at a session titled “No time for silence: Why writers feel the need to speak up”.
India, which is one of the largest contributors to the UN peacekeeping missions, on Monday demanded a greater say from the United Nations in decision-making on UN peace-keeping missions.
The third edition of the Dharamsala International Film Festival (DIFF) in McLeod Ganj, from October 30 to November 2, will open with director and actor Rajat Kapoor’s brilliant Aankhon Dekhi, the story of 55-year-old Bauji, played by Sanjay Mishra, who lives with his joint family in Old Delhi in a cramped space hiding his aspirations and resentment. DIFF, the love child of long-time residents of Dharamsala, filmmakers Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam, aims to showcase the best of independent cinema in the small Himachal town, and encourage local filmmaking.