Nearly 170 Afghans were killed or wounded in poll-related violence on Saturday.
Nearly three out of every four H-1B visa holders as of Oct. 5 are Indians, an official U.S. report says.
The world’s longest sea bridge Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge will open on Oct. 24.
The BJP’s Goa unit today said there would be no change of leadership in the coastal state.
A U.K. High Enforcement Officer is set to sell a fleet of Vijay Mallya’s cars in the U.K. as part of efforts to recover loan dues.
Some people have been arrested for staging protests against the Supreme Court’s decision on Sabarimala temple.
Tata Sons is considering buying a stake in Jet Airways.
Air India gets fund infusion from National Small Savings Fund.
The Department of Homeland Security will also propose requirements to ensure employers pay appropriate wages to H1-B visa holders.
Show-cause notice issued to Prannoy Roy, Radhika Roy, Vikram Chandra and a few others.
ND Tiwari was admitted to the hospital in September last year after suffering a brain stroke.
Petrol price cut by 21 paise and diesel by 11 paise a litre.
BJP Goa unit President Vinay Tendulkar claimed that more legislators from the Congress Party are waiting to cross over.
Re-verification of mobile customers will be mandatory only if a user opts to replace Aadhaar with any alternate document.
The construction of the Ram temple is necessary from the self-esteem point of view, said RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat.
India was placed by the U.S. in its currency monitoring list of countries with potentially questionable forex policies in April.
India needs a strong and decisive leadership at the centre to continue its high growth path and take swift decisions: Jaitley.
Government raises interest rate for general provident fund and other related schemes to 8 percent for October-December quarter.
The two Congress MLAs in Goa resigned to join the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Devotees stopped vehicles at Nilackal to prevent women of “banned” age group from travelling to Sabarimala.
Only 68 percent Indians fell for technology support frauds this year compared with 80 percent in 2016, a survey said.