Shah Rukh, who was in the capital to be a part of Agenda Aajtak conclave, did not refuse the request of former Pakistan foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar to visit Pakistan and said he would love to go back to the place again.
The Pakistani Taliban has said it will target journalists and media organisations for "fabricating" the statement of its spokesperson asking news outlets not to pay tribute to cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar on his retirement.
Murray might have been a close miss but Brett treasures the moments he has shared with tennis players over 35 years in the international circuit. The thrilling rivalry between Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg still brings a sparkle to his eyes.
British telecom giant Vodafone Group Plc on Wednesday said it would invest $3 billion (`19,000 crore) in Indian networks over the next two years.
Battling sliding sales and a stagnant market share in India, Europe’s largest car maker Volkswagen plans a second coming of sorts with a renewed multiple-product offensive by 2015, including a sub-4 metre sedan and a car smaller than the Polo. Inside India's Autobahn
In a landmark shift of priorities that marks the passing of an era, IT giant Wipro said on Wednesday that it will no longer make computers and focus instead on systems integration, IT solutions and services.