Modi urges people to follow path of peace  

    New Delhi, June 24 : Calling the Jallianwala Bagh massacre an “embarrassment to humanity”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged people to follow the path of “peace and non-violence, renunciation and sacrifice”

Congress fund raising to shame Modi to keep Odisha promise: ...

  New Delhi, June 23 : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that his party has started a fundraising campaign “to shame Prime Minister Narendra Modi for playing a joke on people of Odisha” and not fulfilling his promise of setting up a medical college in Rourkela.

Air India flights delayed to technical hitch  

Air India flights delayed to technical hitch   New Delhi/Mumbai, June 23 : National passenger carrier Air India’s operations were impacted on Saturday afternoon as a technical glitch on the computer networks delayed many domestic and international flights. The technical fault in the 

XXXTentacion bought homes for family weeks before murder

XXXTentacion bought homes for family weeks before murder   Los Angele, June 24 : Rapper XXXTentacion did his best to make sure everyone in his family was well taken care of by buying many of them homes in the months leading up to his murder. Sources close to the rapper s

US suspends more military exercises in S.Korea

US suspends more military exercises in S.Korea Washington, June 23 : The Pentagon has announced indefinite suspension of select military exercises in South Korea, in compliance with the agreement reached in Singapore between the US President Donald Trump and

Nintendo teams up with Microsoft to enable cross-play

Nintendo teams up with Microsoft to enable cross-play San Francisco, June 22 : Taking a swipe at Sony for its refusal to enable cross-play between consoles, Japanese video gaming giant Nintendo has partnered with Microsoft to promote this functionality of the

Koreas discuss family reunion, humanitarian issues 

Koreas discuss family reunion, humanitarian issues  Seoul, June 22 : The two Koreas held talks on Friday where they discussed organising a reunion of families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War and other humanitarian issues, according to Seoul’s Unifi

Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK

Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK London, June 22 : Airbus has warned it could leave the UK if the country exits the European Union single market and customs union without a transition deal. The European pla

India favourites against Pakistan in Kabadi Masters opener 

India favourites against Pakistan in Kabadi Masters opener  Dubai, June 21 : World champions India will start firm favourites when they lock horns with arch-rivals Pakistan in the opening game of the inaugural six-nation Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018 on Friday.

Nepal celebrates Yoga Day with enthusiasm

Nepal celebrates Yoga Day with enthusiasm Kathmandu, June 21 : Nepali people celebrated the 4th International Day of Yoga with enthusiasm on Thursday. A special mass yoga demonstration was held in the premises of Nepal Poli

Tibetans mark Yoga Day

Tibetans mark Yoga Day Dharamsala, June 21 : Hundreds of Tibetans on Thursday from the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) performed yoga exercises at the courtyard of the Tsuglagkhang temple here. CTA’s Health Minis

World Cup reporter sexually assaulted on live TV

World Cup reporter sexually assaulted on live TV Moscow, June 21 : A female journalist reporting at the World Cup in Russia was sexually assaulted live on air and she later posted a video of the incident on social media, the media reported.

Trump official booed at Mexican restaurant in US

Trump official booed at Mexican restaurant in US Washington, June 20 : US Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was heckled by activists here while she was eating at a Mexican restaurant as the outcry over Trump administration’s controversial policy of separating migrant children from th

We will save our celebrations, says Japan coach Nishino

We will save our celebrations, says Japan coach Nishino Saransk, June 20 : After a stunning 2-1 triumph against Colombia in the opening match of the World Cup Group H, Japan coach Akira Nishino said the team should play low key and save the celebrations for m