Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez will be embalmed and put on display “for eternity” at a military museum after a state funeral
Brazilian football star Bruno Fernandes de Souza has admitted he was made aware of his ex-girlfriend’s murder, who was cut up and fed to dogs, but denied ordering her
Facebook plans to announce on Thursday a substantial redesign of its News Feed — a makeover aimed at both keeping users glued to the social network and luring more
PNC Menon, the founder of Sobha Group of Companies, with an estimated fortune of USD 600 million plans to give half of his personal wealth to charity, a news report
The finance ministry on Wednesday cleared the investment proposal of Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia which seeks to enter India through a joint venture
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has died after a two-year battle with cancer, ending the socialist leader’s 14-year rule of the South American country, Vice President Nicolas Maduro said in a televised speech
The Bombay High Court today suggested the Maharashtra government to use Skype video call facilities instead of the present video conferencing links so as to reduce the cost incurred by the state
No official meeting is scheduled during the visit of Pakistan Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, who is arriving on Saturday in Jaipur on a pilgrimage to Ajmer Sharif.
Police in the Maldives arrested former Maldives president and opposition leader Mohamed Nasheed on Tuesday, defying pressure from India which had called for him to be free to campaign for elections, his
At least 36 people were killed after a twin-propelled passenger aircraft crashed upon landing in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s eastern city of Goma. The aircraft, a Fokker 50 plane belonging to the local
PCI chief Markandey Katju today likened Pakistan to Jurassic Park, saying violence and deaths are being reported everyday due to inherent faults in that country’s formation. Delivering the second Rajiv
In a breakthrough, a two-year-old baby girl in the US born with HIV has been "functionally cured" for the first time, scientists have said. US Researchers said they believe early intervention -- in this
Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle is among the top ten candidates for the next pope to replace Emeritus Pope Benedict, reports have said. “When it comes to the
The prestigious Wharton school today cancelled the keynote address of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi following uproar from a section of university professors and students on the invitation.
In a bizarre case, a man in the US is suing a fertility clinic and an ex-girlfriend for stealing his sperm and then conceiving a child without his permission. Layne Hardin from Louisiana is suing the fertility clinic and his ex-girlfriend Toby Devall after the sperm bank handed