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Prince Harry regrets not speaking about Princess Diana’s death

Prince Harry

Britain’s Prince Harry has expressed regret that he did not speak about his mother Princess Diana’s death until years later.

‘Microbots’ to help doctors during surgery

Scientists have designed soft, remote-controlled microrobots that could be used to deliver drugs at specific locations or perform precise operations like clearing clogged-up arteries.

Nepal President: Elect PM in a week

Hardline Maoist group holds nationwide strike.

Jason Holder: We didn’t execute our plans

West Indies’ skipper Jason Holder conceded that his side were always playing “catch-up” game throughout the first Test against India, which they surrendered meekly losing by an innings and 92 runs.

Ashwin breaks overseas jinx


R. Ashwin in action during the last day’s play. (Photo: AP)

Good to have winning habit: Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli

Winning is “contagious” and Indian Test captain Virat Kohli feels that it is a “good habit” that his boys can create in order to become a formidable Test team anywhere in the world.

Auto, taxi strike from today

Commuters in Delhi may face problems as autorickshaw and taxi unions have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from Tuesday against app-based taxi services in the national capital.

Lawyers warn of strike against AAP MLA arrest

Naresh Yadav

Lawyers of Dwarka Court Bar Association (DCBA) have threatened to go on a strike on Tuesday to protest the arrest of AAP MLA Naresh Yadav in connection with the alleged Malerkotla sacrilege incident o

Boris Johnson claims India owes UK multi-million pounds

Boris Johnson

Britain’s new foreign secretary Boris Johnson told the Parliam-ent that India is on a long list of foreign missions who owe the country millions of pounds in unpaid bills.

Want to win every game we play: Kohli ecstatic after massive win

India skipper Virat Kohli emphasised on the need to score runs quickly to aim for a win. (Photo: AP)

India skipper termed his team's win over the West Indies in the first Test a "complete performance".

A verse in the Bhagvad Gita says the common man tries to emulate the actions of leaders of society. If he sees a certain kind of behaviour practised by these leaders he follows it.

First a teenager on board a train in Würzburg who slashed people with an axe, tried to escape and was shot dead by the police.