The 'garbage girl' of the mountains will get a 'green' award at an environment film festival to be held in the Himachal Pradesh state capital next month, an event organiser said in Shimla on Wednesday.
Seven thousand seven hundred couples tied the knot across Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday as part of the "kalyanmastu" programme being conducted by the Tirumala Tirupati Devstaham (TTD).
One boy died; while nine members of the same family have fallen seriously ill due to dropsy-a fatal condition which arises after consuming adulterated mustard oil mixed with deadly argemone mexicana seed.
Four years after the cross-Line of Control (LoC) bus service, Carvan-e-Aman, was started between two parts of divided Jammu and Kashmir, it achieved its goal -- to strengthen bonds between the two parts -- last week when Ejaz Mir married Kounsar Jabeen.
Cardiac problems are scarce among high-altitude dwellers who consume yak meat, which has higher nutritional value and health benefits compared to low-altitude ruminants, says scientist.
Sewang Lama, a businessman, was 11 years old when India and China fought a border war in 1962, with Chinese troops advancing deep into Arunachal Pradesh and inflicting heavy casualties on Indian soldiers. Today, 58-year-old Lama, a father of three, is confident China cannot do a repeat of 1962 in this rugged eastern frontier.
The unpreparedness of hospitals to tackle swine flu is clearly evident from the fact that the swab test kits necessary to collect the sample for further scrutiny at the National Institute of Communicable disease, New Delhi, are not available with the hospitals, reports Arjun Sharma.
After a gap of 23 days the mortal remains of Showkat Ali Khan of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) would be handed over to his relatives on the humanitarian grounds.
Maintaining that two central universities would be set in Jammu and Kashmir - one in Jammu and another in Kashmir, the state government has decided to lay the foundation stone of the first Central University in Jammu region. Vikram Sharma reports.
There appears to be more trouble ahead for the chief minister, even if he makes centre agree for setting up two central universities, one each in Jammu and Srinagar. Arjun Sharma reports.
Although the blow of militancy forced them to migrate from their homeland and settle in various parts of country, the
Kashmiri Pandit community still feel the pain that the Muslims of Kashmir valley are going through. Arjun Sharma and Sonika Raina report.
CBI's Director Ashwani Kumar, who recently completed a year as the head of the premier investigating agency, told Abhishek Sharan today that the investigating agency was sure about the bribery case against Sarabjot Singh, though the probe was in the preliminary stage yet.
Having already paid up Rs.
3,010 crore for a second-hand, 22-year-old Russian aircraft carrier, the government is now saying the deal is yet to be sealed with Russia, which is unlikely to return any money, reports Rahul Singh
Citing India's "high ethos" and "rich heritage" and quoting Mahatma Gandhi, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed the plea against the controversial reality TV show "Sach ka Saamna" and stated that no one should have any problem if people are telling the truth in open.
It’s a job most Indians would die for — shadowing Shah Rukh Khan wherever he goes. For the last two months, that’s exactly what a TV crew has been doing, following the country’s biggest star from South Africa to America to London to Mumbai — all for the making of a unique six-part series on the actor, to be telecast on lifestyle channel Discovery Travel & Living, writes Poonam Saxena