The Supreme Court has upheld the Centre's decision to terminate the services of seven army personnel who were caught spying for Pakistan in 1978 in the Samba spying case.
A 13-year old Indian-origin boy has emerged as the winner of a spelling bee contest in the US in an epic verbal duel that lasted a total of 95 rounds, after judges ran out of words in a previous marathon round held last month.
Amusing it may seem but in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, the Akali government of Punjab has appointed 7,612 education volunteers last month to teach 10,840 school dropouts.
Actress Juhi Chawla's elder brother Bobby, who had been in coma nearly for four years, passed away on Sunday morning. He was 55. Bobby Chawla had been in coma since April 2010 and breathed his last at Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai today at 6:30am, hospital officials said.
Outlining his vision for Indian sports, BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has said that athletes should be treated 'at par' with defence personnel of the country when it comes to training.
Cong's 11 more nominees from region
Congress Sohna MLA Dharambir Singh resigns from CPS post, but remain non-committal on quitting the party.
Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Atul Anjan on Sunday cautioned the young students from the minority community not to praise Pakistan blindly before checking the facts in that country.
Facebook's USD 19 billion deal (Rs 1,16,000 crore) to acquire WhatsApp may face a detailed scrutiny by the country's fair trade regulator CCI, especially since both players have significant presence in India.
An Indian national was shot dead by two unidentified gunmen in Oriental Mindoro province of the Philippines. Police said Iqbal Singh, 27, was gunned down when he was on his way to his apartment in Lumangbayan in Calapan city.
A recently discovered early 19th century Indian sword bearing on its blade a silhouette of Maharaja Ranjit Singh – the legendary lion of the Punjab – goes under the hammer later this month in Ludlow, Shropshire (English midlands).
With an aim to change people’s perception about magic, 22-year-old Karan Singh has combined magic tricks with psychology and hypnotism My audiences are my props. There is always a storyline to my show, with a beginning, an end and a connection in between.
She has the ability to take children to a world unknown. With just her words and rather visual hand movements, he weaves stories for children’s young minds to decipher. She is Anita Roy, who has been contributing fervently to the field of children’s literature.
He has jumped into polluted rivulets and streams and cleaned them up with the help of his volunteers. His work for environment has been recognised not only in Punjab but also at international fora.
Thousands of people from across the world have rallied to collect the moving stories of one of the greatest migrations after south Asia's 1947 violent partition and the birth of two nations -- India and Pakistan.