Chhattisgarh: Woman forced to walk on burning coal & iron nails; three held
The police arrested two women and a man and detained a minor boy, who claimed to be a tantrik.
'What can we do?': Millions in African countries need power
The electricity shortages that plague many of Africa's 54 countries are a serious drain on the continent’s economic growth, energy experts warn.
"It’s a black day for democracy", says KCR
The Modi regime has overshadowed the Emergency, he said, adding that harassment of Opposition leaders has become routine.
Autism now more common among Black, Hispanic kids in US
Experts attributed the change to improved screening and autism services for all kids, and to increased awareness and advocacy for Black and Hispanic families.
UDF to observe black day on April 1; demands health minister’s resignation
On Wednesday, UDF convener M M Hassan announced that activists wearing black badges would hold torchlight protests across all panchayats, towns, and cities on April 1.
Fresh as a 'Gulmohar'
Santhy Balachandran speaks about her Bollywood debut Gulmohar and the importance of box office success
Night shoot saga: Srikanth's next 'Blackmail'
Srikanth reminisced about shooting with GV Prakash for a sequence, which became a novel and fun experience.
Paan paradise in Hyderabad
His first priority is hygiene and taste, says Srinivas working at one of the Dimmy’s shops.
US releases video of Russian jet dumping fuel on its drone
The US military said it ditched the MQ-9 Reaper in the sea after what it described as the Russian fighter making an unsafe intercept of the unmanned aerial vehicle.
US tells Russia it will fly 'wherever international law allows'
The United States uses MQ-9s for both surveillance and strikes and has long operated over the Black Sea, keeping an eye on Russian naval forces.
Delhi police block meet on ‘Media blackout in Kashmir’
A Delhi Police official, in a notice to the organisers of the event, said that they had received information that some ‘anonymous’ group is organising a public meeting on ‘Media Blackout in Kashmir’.
Gudatipally residents leave behind homes, memories
Despite several agitations for due compensation, the villagers allege, the government turned a deaf ear to their demands and proceeded with the project work under police protection.
Sorcery rumours: Odisha villagers afraid to send girls to school
Sources said a group of people with the help of a sorcery practitioner, have allegedly been carrying out witchcraft at an isolated place on the banks of Nandabrat river in Samang village.
Our engagement with China complex: MEA
The report says that India and China have agreed that a resolution of the final settlement of the boundary areas is an essential basis for the overall development of the bilateral relationship.
Ruth E Carter becomes 1st Black woman to win 2 Oscars
Ruth E. Carter thanked the film's director Ryan Coogler and asked if “Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman could look after her mother, Mabel Carter, who she said died “this past week.”
Australia players wear black armbands to pay respect to Pat Cummins's mother
On Friday morning in Ahmedabad, coach Andrew McDonald gathered the team before the game to share that Maria Cummins had passed away from breast cancer.
Women judge blackmailed with morphed pic, asked to cough up Rs 20 lakh in Rajasthan
The envelope was allegedly sent on February 7 and contained a demand for Rs 20 lakh with edited objectionable pictures of the judge.
Indian-origin professor sues US college for racial & gender discrimination
"Babson favours white and male faculty and predominantly reserves awards and privileges for them, Balachandra's complaint alleged.
Rajasthan: Man blackmails woman judge with her morphed pics, demands Rs 20 lakh
The judge's photographs were downloaded from her social media account, edited and sent to her chambers in the court as well as her house by the accused.
Though Kerala appears to be progressive, colourism remains a deep-rooted ailment
Umesh Pal kidnapping case: Gangster-neta Atiq Ahmed held guilty, his brother acquitted
Pawar steps in amid row over Rahul's Savarkar remark, asks Cong to tone down attack
Wrong to assume that sacked H-1B staffers have to leave America within 60 days: USCIS director
Petty politics of petty men: Sibal slams govt after Rahul asked to vacate bungalow
Rahul's Savarkar jibe: MVA's split inevitable if issue gets stretched, say experts
AIADMK power struggle: EPS takes over as general secretary after Madras HC rejects OPS' plea
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