Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. (Photo: AP)

Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (Photo: AP)

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh (Photo: PTI)

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi (Photo: PTI)

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

Supreme Court of India (Photo: PTI)

Mohammad Shahabuddin (Photo: PTI)

Alicia Machado (Photo: AP)

India

Efforts on to free soldier: Rajnath Singh

Indicating that the government has taken very serious note of reports of an Indian soldier in Pakistani custody, Union home minister Rajnath Singh said on Friday that all attempts are being made to se

Metros

Arvind Kejriwal lauds PM Modi and Army on surgical strikes

After tussle between the AAP and the BJP, the Delhi Assembly passed a resolution congratulating the Army and the political leadership, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for the surgical strikes

Newsmakers

Neem plant may help treat prostate cancer

Oral administration of a bioactive compound from neem — a medicinal plant native to the Indian subcontinent — may significantly suppress development of prostate cancer, a new study led by an Indian or

Editorial

BCCI has to reform now, or it will perish

The Indian cricket board received its hardest rap on the knuckles in the Supreme Court Wednesday when it was named and shamed by a bench headed by Chief Justice T.S.

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Bollywood

Actor Kareena Kapoor Khan has filed a...

Dining

Time has eroded from our memories the...

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.

Based on receiving specific and credible inputs that some terrorist teams had positioned themselves at launchpads along the Line of Control to carry out infiltration and conduct terrorist strikes insi

It seems that the influential cartel of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) has at last managed to break out of the gridlock of production glut and declining prices.