Soldier found alive buried 25 feet under snow on Siachen glacier
On February 3, 10 soldiers were hit by an avalanche at an altitude of 19,600 feet
Former Nepal PM Sushil Koirala dies
Koirala was suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and he succumbed to the disease.
India ready for three-match series
The odds appear to be against a Sri Lankan team without some stalwarts
NIA to press for Headley’s extradition
Our stand is clear. Headley is still an accused for us, says NIA officer.
Many pacts await Abu Dhabi Prince’s visit
India and the United Arab Emirates are set to strengthen cyber security mechanism to track radicalisation of youth in South Asia and West Asian regio...
List all documents in court: SC
Attorney-General denies that the offices of Tuki, Ministers were sealed
Judge again denies Texas' efforts to block Syrian refugees
Judge Godbey wrote that Texas was asking a federal court "to stick its judicial nose into this political morass, where it does not belong absent
Taylor Swift to perform at the Grammy Awards
Singer Taylor Swift is returning to the Grammy stage. The “1989” singer will perform at the 58th Grammy Awards, the Recording Industry Association of...
Adele officially named the bestselling artist of 2015
Adele has been officially named as the best-selling artiste worldwide in 2015, after smashing chart records to smithereens by releasing her third alb...
Zika virus in the spotlight as U.S. mosquito experts meet
Experts noted that while the Zika virus that has spread rapidly in Latin America may be new to the U.S, the two mosquito species known to carry it are
Why Siachen must be demilitarised
The February 3 avalanche on the Siachen glacier that buried 10 Indian Army soldiers is a stark reminder to both India and Pakistan about the cost of ...
The curious case of Julian Assange
Personal liberty still eludes WikiLeaks founder and Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange, despite a ruling by a United Nations legal panel that has declare...
Being cosmopolitan in India
Bengaluru’s much-touted cosmopolitanism is no more than a mythicised past. We must urgently and consciously develop a new ethics that respects, and re
An order against the anti-graft fight
The Tamil Nadu government must urgently revisit its order mandating prior permission to proceed with a corruption inquiry against any State official
Apple must apply afresh for single brand retail
It has not stated the amount of investment or the number of stores it wants to open
Skipping Olympics is an option, U.S. officials tell athletes
Federations were told that no one should go to Brazil "if they don’t feel comfortable going."
Maharashtra bets big on ‘Make in India’ Week
Industry captains Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani to attend investment seminar
Dreaded Gurgaon gangster killed in Mumbai encounter
Sandeep Gadoli, who had 36 murder cases against him, was carrying a reward of Rs 1.25 lakh on his head
I firmly believe it is possible to do four films a year: Kamal Haasan
With Vishwaroopam 2 ready for release, a trilingual with daughter Shruti Haasan set to roll in April, and a thriller afterwards, Kamal Haasan—in an ex
More, but not merrier
Kollywood is unable to maximise the potential of its films, as too many of them are releasing at once.
Caste on the campus
However much we try to brush it under the carpet, every now and then a Rohith Vemula forces our attention on the sensitive issue of caste in the count
Screening room: Those makers of magic
In the third Oscar-season piece, The Hindu takes a look at the directors.
Indian grapplers sign off in style
India completed its dominance, winning five of the six titles, on the concluding day of the wrestling events here on Monday. Pakistan picked up the me...
Purposeful Pakistan outsmarts India
Pakistan played with purpose and organisation to outplay host India 2-1 in a men’s round-robin pool match here at the Maulana Tayabullah Stadium, Bhe...
Differential data pricing: All you need to know
Social media giant Facebook is agressively pushing its Free Basics scheme, which some say violates the principles of net neutrality. TRAI has issued a
Auto Expo 2016: What's hot on the wheels
The Delhi Auto Expo, which began on February 2, saw over 80 new models and the launch of 20 cars.
Operational demo regales Vizagites
Indian Navy's aircraft fired flares and created a simulated war scenario on the sea as part of the Operational Demo on the Beach Road in Visakhapatnam in presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. -Photos: K.R. Deepak
Govt. forecasts full-year growth at 7.6 per cent even as pace slows in Q3
India was the fastest growing economy in the world, faster than China which witnessed 6.8% growth in the period
Cognizant Technology forecasts slowest revenue growth in 14 years
IT services provider Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp forecast its slowest revenue growth in 14 years for the current quarter, as clients worldwid...