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Saudi employer chops off Indian domestic help's hand; India demands 'severe punishment'

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj (Photo: video grab)

The woman from Tamil Nadu woman was admitted to a hospital in Riyadh after the incident

Tobacco is likely to kill 1 in 3 men in China

One in three of all the young men in China will eventually be killed by tobacco, unless a substantial proportion stop smoking, according to new research published in the Lancet. 

Amazon India Fashion Week: Indo-Western blend, ode to textiles

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Models display creations by designers Pratima Pandey during the Amazon India Fashion Week in New Dellhi. (Photo: Bunny Smith)

Government may pay more to sugar cane farmers

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New plan may be discussed at a meeting on Friday

Journalists are like contemporary historians: Najeeb Jung

Najeeb Jung

Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung on Thursday described journalists as “contemporary historians” and said they must therefore ensure that they rise above “primordial sentiments” in discharging the

Orphanages run by Mother Teresa foundation to close down?

Maneka Gandhi says the Missionaries of Charity was not complying with the adoption guidelines. (Photo: PTI/file)

Missionaries of Charity was not complying with the adoption guidelines, says Maneka Gandhi

AAP wing to keep eye on working of government bodies

The AAP government is reportedly in the process of creating a specialised wing which will act as a watchdog to monitor the day-to-day functioning of its various government bodies and departments in th

Haj stampede: Death toll of Indians rises to 101

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MEA says it would facilitate the visit of relatives of missing pilgrims to the Mossaim

Dwarka realtor shot dead, police gets CCTV footage

A 41-year-old property dealer was shot dead by 3-4 unidentified assailants in Southwest Delhi’s Dwarka area late on Wednesday night.

Pepsi set to end Rs 396 cr IPL title sponsorship

Sources said the BCCI is in talks with all those interested in bagging the rights and get it transferred from Pepsi(Photo: BCCI)

Beverage giant is keen to walk out because of the league bringing "disrepute" to the...

The wise men have spoken — the moot point is, will they be heard?

Nearly a quarter century ago, when the Babri Masjid was demolished, Fahmida Riaz, a well- known Urdu writer, poet and feminist of Pakistan who had spent many years in exile in India with her husband a