Jamaica's Usain Bolt (Photo: AP)

A security personnel guarding the streets of Srinagar. (Photo: DC/Habib Naqash)

Scorpene class submarines (Photo: AFP)

People on boat move during flooded river in Didarganj area in Patna. (Photo: PTI)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI)

Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti (Photo: PTI)

BSP supremo chief Mayawati waves at the crowd during a mega rally in Azamgarh. (Photo: PTI)

An injured Kashmiri man is brought for treatment on a stretcher at a hospital in Srinagar. (Photo: PTI)


Investors exit mutual funds to book profit

The net inflows into equity schemes offered by mutual funds have seen a sharp slowdown this year as a section of early investors chose to book profits after seeing a steep appreciation in their net as


Vishal Dadlani severs all ties with AAP

After receiving a barrage of criticism on Twitter for his sarcastic tweet on Jain monk Tarun Sagar’s address to the Haryana Assembly, Vishal Dadlani, music director and AAP’s celebrity supporter, said


Dripping ice-cream cones to be a thing of the past?

The days of ice-cream dripping down your hand may soon be over, thanks to two 14-year olds in the US who have developed Drip Drop, an edible wafer saucer that fits around a cone.


Go beyond promises, now begin to deliver

Almost the entire Independence Day speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was devoted to conveying the impression that his was a government that believed in “performance” and “making the impossible po

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Even in their success, Pusarla Venkata Sindhu and Sakshi Malik have done a disservice to Indian sport.

The mystical land of Khajuraho

Think Khajuraho and a mystical land of erotic carvings in its temples and architectural splendour are the first images that float in front of the ...

As the mist begins to clear somewhat on Kashmir, a few salient points are staring the country in the face.

The RSS has now dropped all pretence of being a “cultural” body, the cloak behind which it hid since the ban imposed on it after Gandhiji’s assassination was lifted, and is unapologetically showing it