What really alarmed Dia Mirza that prompted her to work for environmental issues? Dia also talks about being appointed as the environment goodwill ambassador by United Nations
In an unusual incident, Customs Officials of Air Intelligence Unit intercepted an international passenger at Visakhapatnam Airport on Sunday for allegedly carrying gold in his rectum.
It seems opposition to Pakistan and Pakistan-led terrorism is turning global. While Pakistan is leaving no stone unturned to prove its innocence at the ongoing 72nd United Nation’s (UN) General Assembly Session, one or the other incident from across globe comes up to contradict the former’s claims. In yet similar incident, a group of Pashtuns removed Pakistani flag from the ‘Durand Line’ on Monday. The action taken by enraged people from Afghanistan took place in Jaji Maidan area of the Arab nation’s Khost province
In a strong reply to Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's emphasis that Islamabad was not prepared to be anyone's scapegoat, India's First Secretary to the United Nations Eenam Gambhir said that Pakistan has now become 'terroristan'. Gambhir said that the quest for a ‘land of pure’ has actually produced the land of pure terror. Further slamming Pakistan PM’s statement, Eenam echoed that the world doesn't need lessons on democracy and human rights from a failed state. She also said that Pakistan must understand that the state of Jammu and Kashmir is and will always remain an integral part of India. However much it scales up the cross border terrorism, it will never succeed in undermining India's territorial integrity
Baloch National Movement (BNM) leader Hammal Haider said that after torturing Baloch residents, Pakistan is attempting to silence their voices at the international level. Haider reiterated the demand for international attention to the burning issue of violation of Baloch residents by Pakistan. Dr. Paul Stott, Scholar, University of Leicester, reiterated similar sentiments and said that United Nations (UN) and Switzerland Government to focus on the matter.
In yet another incident which proves Pakistan’s unending support to terrorist activities, its Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif refrained to answer any question on his nation being accused of sponsoring terrorism. The Pakistan Minister dodged a question on terror asked by an ANI Journalist and went away.
The United States researchers have identified a genetic difference between dogs and wolves that could explain why dogs are so friendly. Behavioral studies run by animal behaviorist showed that pet domestic dogs are more sociable and less afraid of strangers than wolves, even when those wolves were raised by humans. The researchers say the results of the study could help explain how wild wolves domesticated by prehistoric humans turned into the face-licking, tail-wagging dogs of today
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi hit back at those who have accused him of reaping the benefits of dynasty politics and defended himself by saying that the entire nation is running on it and hence, one should not go only after him. Gandhi went ahead to justify his statement and said that ‘even business magnet Ambanis are example of dynast, adding that’s how the entire country is running. Gandhi was addressing the students of University of California, Berkeley on ‘India at 70’.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama paid a surprise visit to students at Washington D.C., high school. Obama took part in the discussion with the students from McKinley Tech High School. He talked about their life goals and encouraged them to pursue higher education. Obama said he believes that most of the world's problems in the future would be solved by today's young people
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar won the trust vote in the Assembly by winning the vote of 131 of the 243 legislators. Ahead of the test, a group of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) workers protested outside the assembly by carrying placards
The Embassy of the United Stated of America lit up in the iconic rainbow colours of the LGBT movement here in the national capital, as a tribute to the victims who were massacred when a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub, in Orlando killing almost 50 people.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at the Joint Base Andrews military airport in United States of America's Washington D.C.
The modernised central tea processing factory at Brahmakunda in Tripura has been set up at a cost of Rs 8.35 crores, with around half the amount as financial assistance from the North East Council (NEC).
Tibetans-in-exile at Shimla, held a protest march against Chinese authorities to mark the 66th anniversary of 17-point agreement, which Tibetans allege that it was forcefully imposed by Chinese authorities on Tibetan people in 1951.
Journalist Rajesh Singh of a Hindi daily, Dainik Jagran, received a death threat from Janata Dal United (JDU) MLC Hira Vind in Bihar's Nalanda district. It was while the journalist was working in his office that four goons came to his place and asked him about a news article.
Suspended Janata Dal (United) MLC Manorama Devi, who was sent to 14-day judicial custody this morning on charges of possessing liquor bottles, blamed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for falsely implicating her under political conspiracy.
Running riot on the streets of Malwani and harassing the public, the Local Arms Unit constable is even seeing hitting, groping and forcibly kissing a eunuch; his act has been caught on camera by a local
US envoy to India Craig Hall acknowledged that military relations between the United State and India are developing very fast. Craig was on his maiden two days familiarisation tour to Agartala. The US Consul General had half-an-hour meeting with the Tripura Chief Minister where he spoke of the growing Indo-US relation.
Moments after the Gaya Police claimed that Janata Dal (United) MLC Manorama Devi's son Rocky Yadav confessed shooting a teenager for overtaking his SUV, the main accused offered a contradictory statement. He said he never fired any shots nor was he in hiding.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday called for a shutdown in Gaya over the alleged killing of 19-year-old Aditya Sachdeva by Rocky Yadav, son of Janata Dal (United) legislative council member Manorama Devi. Meanwhile, the police are yet to arrest Rocky who is still on the run, nearly 36 hours after the incident.