Pakistani authorities and broadcasters blanked out news of a suicide attack near Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium to ensure that it would not impact a game between the national cricket team and Zimbabwe, the country’s information minister has said.
A case would soon be registered against Nestle, the company making Maggi noodles.
Annual monsoon, the lifeline of Asia’s third-largest economy, is unlikely to hit the southern state of Kerala on May 30 as forecast, but forecasters said they didn’t expect the sluggish rains to be delayed by more than a couple of days.
Even as police remains clueless about deceased KEM nurse Aruna Shanbaug's assailant, a Mumbai-based local newspaper on Friday claimed to have traced him to a village in Uttar Pradesh where he is working as a labourer and said he cannot recall what happened on that fateful day.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led government landed in another controversy on Friday after it turned out it was considering buying high-end equipment for surveillance and monitoring for its anti-corruption branch.
India’s gross domestic product (GDP) — the total value of goods and services produced in the country—grew 7.3% in 2014-15 and 7.5% in January to March, although consumer spending and investment activity remained largely muted last year, data released on Friday showed.
In an emotional get-together, a woman has met for the first time a man who received her late brother's face in a groundbreaking transplant.
Gunmen killed at least 19 passengers they had forced off buses travelling from the western Pakistani city of Quetta to Karachi on the southern coast, said the home minister for the restive province of Balochistan, where the attack took place.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and HRD minister Smriti Irani were locked in a war of words on Twitter on Friday over IIT-Madras’s ban on a student organisation critical of the Modi government, as NSUI workers protested against the decision outside Irani’s residence.
Sepp Blatter was re-elected president of FIFA for a fifth term on Friday after the only other candidate conceded defeat after a first round of voting in an election overshadowed by allegations of corruption in world soccer.
Prime Minister Modi ramped up spending on roads, railways and rural infrastructure in April to boost economic growth, after $19 billion in cuts brought public investment shuddering to a halt at the end of the last fiscal year.
A scare at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport over a leak of radioactive material turned out to be a false alarm on Friday as authorities sounded the all clear.
Not granting a stay or quashing the Centre's notification clipping AAP administration's powers, the Delhi high court on Friday directed the Lt Governor to "deliberate" on the city government's proposals on appointment of senior bureaucrats to key posts.
The economy grew at 7.3% in 2014-15, up from 6.9% a year ago, government data showed on Friday.
Escalating their business rivalry on Twitter, Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal on Friday took pot shots at Snapdeal saying India should not be blamed for the latter's failure to hire "great engineers".