Live: Tight security as Yakub's body reaches Mumbai
Following the Supreme Court's rejection of Yakub Memon's mercy plea, a little after 5 a.m. today, he was executed at Nagpur jail at 6:35 am. The a...
Thousands bid adieu to former President A P J Abdul Kalam
Many people took vantage positions at top of their houses, balconies to have a last glimpse of the 'People’s President'.
Jawan killed as Pak violates ceasefire in Poonch
There were two other incidents of ceasefire violations along LoC in the Valley on Wednesday.
Malaysia dispatches team to verify plane wreckage
The mysterious piece of plane debris washed up on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, prompting speculation that it could be part of the mis
Brain surgery saved Russian general who helped defeat Napoleon
For more than two centuries, history has focused on Kutuzov’s incredible story, researchers said.
Coldplay to release new album in 2015
Coldplay will reportedly release their new “upbeat” album before the end of the year.The four-piece band is planning to surprise their fans by releas...
Deficit rainfall may hit yield of paddy in Srikakulam
The situation unlikely to improve in August too say officials. Yield could come down drastically with the lack of sufficient water for fields at the c
Dhanush’s ‘Visaranai’ enters Venice film festival
Visaaranai, a yet-to-be released experimental Indian Tamil thriller film, is written and directed by Vetrimaaran of Polladhavan fame.
Wasim Akram to train young pacers
The 12 have been selected after a series of trials held at four centres in Pakistan this month.
Tamim Iqbal becomes Steyn's 400th wicket
Dale Steyn removed Tamim Iqbal for 6 after Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first in the second Test.
Losing the Dragon — India-Bhutan relations one year after Modi’s historic visit
The significance of the visit lay not in what Mr Modi said, but the symbolism of him making a visit to Bhutan.
Don’t empathise with Cecil the lion hunter
Trophy hunters like Walter J. Palmer shouldn’t receive death threats – but there is no excuse for their argument that hunting serves conservation
Committed to make new small car in Bengal: Paul
"We are grateful. Please also request your other industrialist friends to invest in Bengal," Mamata Banerjee said
Moody’s Analytics cautions against curbing RBI autonomy on policy rates
Moody’s Analytics, an economic research unit of Moody’s Corp, also raised a red flag over the Parliament logjam and said it is denting business confid
An evening with Kalam
The evening was dank, dark and gloomy. The intermittent spells of rain not doing much to lift the spirits. The streetlights functioned on their whims...
Ground Zero: Gurdaspur
In a suspected terror attack, gunmen fired indiscriminately in Punjab’s Dinanagar town in the district of Gurdaspur. The gunbattle stretched for nearly 12 hours as the militants were holed up in a vacant building adjacent to Dinanagar police station. Photos: Prashant Nakwe
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam through the years
A look at photos from the archives of The Hindu of the former president, who passed away on July 27, 2015.