New Delhi:Panasonic India on Thursday launched a new smartphone that packs a huge 5000mAh battery at an affordable price of Rs 5,990. "With th...


The government is planning a huge step regarding mobile towers on top of houses. Now one can get to know the radiation of their mobiles from the comfo...


LG Electronics India Ltd on Wednesday launched its flagship modular G5 smartphone at Rs 52,990 which features a "slide-out" battery and dual...


New Delhi: Indian smartphone maker Micromax on Tuesday launched two new devices 'Bolt Selfie' and 'Canvas Selfie 4' for the first...



Indian boy Sonu to be brought back to India: Sushma Swaraj

New Delhi: An Indian boy, Sonu, who went missing from Delhi six years ago and was traced in Bangladesh will be brought back to India on June 30. This was revealed by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. "Sonu - who was kidnapped from Delhi was found in a shelter home in Bangladesh. We matched the DNA with his mother. The test is positive," Sushma tweeted. "Indian High ...

Six states yet to release funds for panchayats: Minister

New Delhi: Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir are among the six states that have so far not released central funds sanctioned for Panchayati Raj institutions, Union Rural Development Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh said on Tuesday. "Six states have not released the funds sanctioned for the ...

Congress-led Kerala opposition stages walk out from assembly

Thiruvananthapuram: The Congress-led opposition on Tuesday staged its first walkout in the Kerala assembly to protest the alleged high-handedness of CPI-M workers towards two Dalit women in Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's hometown and also the "callous" attitude of the police. ...

Japan's Abe urges G7 to pull together in wake of Brexit

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday said his government will continue to liaise closely with other Group of Seven (G7) countries in a bid to mitigate the fallout from Britain voting to leave the European Union. Abe, at a meeting here, said it was vital for advanced nations t...

Negotiations with UK can't be based on cherry-picking: Merkel

Brussels: German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday said that negotiations with Britain could not be based on "cherry-picking" after the nation voted to leave the European Union early this week. "No one can expect to stop havi...

Trump not generating excitement among US religious right

Washington:The religious right in the US is more positive about presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump than it was a few months ago, a Gallup poll has found. The poll on Monday also found that this important voting bloc still remains lukewarm...

37 IS militants killed in Afghan operations

Kabul:At least 37 Islamic State (IS) militants were killed within last 24 hours in fresh military operations in the Afghan province of Nangarhar, an official said on Tuesday. Another 44 IS militants were injured during the operations launched by t...

US welcomes India joining MTCR

Washington: The US has welcomed India joining as the 35th member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), saying New Delhi has demonstrated "a sustained commitment to nonproliferation". Elizabeth Trudeau, director, Press Off...

'Post-EU exit, UK may seek trade accords with India'

Singapore: The United Kingdom is likely to explore direct bilateral trade agreements with India post the vote to exit from the European Union, thereby giving a boost to slowing UK-India trade, Development Bank of Singapore (DBS) said on Tuesday ...

Smartphone apps putting Indians' privacy at risk

New Delhi: Nearly one in two Indians have granted access to contacts and mobile data in exchange for free apps and close to 40 per cent have granted access to their camera, revealed global leader in cyber security Norton by Symantec on...

Japan's Abe urges G7 to pull together in wake of Brexit

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday said his government will continue to liaise closely with other Group of Seven (G7) countries in a bid to mitigate the fallout from Britain voting to leave the European Union. Abe, at a meet...

Assocham suggests inter-ministerial group to monitor Europe

New Delhi:India should set up an inter-ministerial group to monitor the political-economic scenario in Europe since the risks posed by Brexit to global economy and its spin-off for India are emerging to be much larger than initially perceived, a top ...

Messi should not quit: Maradona

Buenos Aires: Argentina legend Diego Maradona has requested superstar Lionel Messi to reconsider his decision of quitting international football. Messi on Sunday said he was done playing for the national team after suffering a heart-breaking ...

Mumbai FC rope in Krisztian Vadocz, Gerson Vieira for ISL 3

Mumbai:Ahead of the third edition of the Indian Super League (ISL), Mumbai City football club on Tuesday announced the addition of Hungarian midfielder Krisztian Vadocz and Brazilian defender Gerson Vieira to their squad. Both players are well ver...

NorthEast United sign Uruguayan striker Aneff

Shillong:Indian Super League (ISL) franchise NorthEast United FC (NEUFC) announced on Tuesday the signing of Uruguayan striker Sasha Aneff for the forthcoming third edition of the football tournament. The 25-year-old, former Uruguay Under-20 Inter...

England coach Hodgson resigns after loss to Iceland in Euro 2016

Nice (France):English football team chief coach Roy Hodgson has announced that he will step down following his squad's shocking 1-2 loss to Iceland in the Euro Championship pre-quarterfinals. Hodgson, who refused to answer questions at the pos...