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Dimapur under curfew after mob lynches rape suspect  

An alleged rapist, suspected to be an illegal Bangladeshi migrant, was dragged out of the high-security central jail in Nagaland's commercial town of Dimapur by an irate mob, paraded naked and then th ...  MORE»

‘VVIP’ Kejriwal skips paying toll as he goes to Bangalore for cough treatment  

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who had espoused shunning VVIP culture by politicians, availed VVIP privileges as he reached Bangalore for naturopathy treatment to cure his persistent cough. ...  MORE»

PM to visit Seychelles, Mauritius, Sri Lanka next week  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka from March 10-14. ...  MORE»

Human shield to protect Hindus celebrating Holi in Pakistan  

A human shield was formed at the Holi celebrations at Swami Narayan Temple in Karachi to show solidarity with and protect Hindus in attendance. ...  MORE»

Former Bihar CM Ram Sunder Das passes away  

Former Bihar CM Ram Sunder Das passed away this morning at the age of 95 years in Patna PMCH. ...  MORE»

J-K National Highway closed for fifth consecutive day  

The 300-km long Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, the only surface link connecting Kashmir Valley with the rest of the country, continued to remain closed for the fourth consecutive day today following landslides triggered by heavy rain in the area. ...  MORE»

US Media company to release documentary ‘India’s daughter’   

India's Daughter, a documentary on the brutal gang rape of a 23-year old girl in New Delhi banned in India, will be available in the US later this month with a media arts organisation facilitating its ...  MORE»

Fifty Shades is not grey but too hot for Indian censors  

New Delhi:  The censor board has refused to certify the Hollywood film Fifty Shades of Grey for release in India with some members dubbing the 2015 erotic-romantic drama too "hot" for Indian audiences ...  MORE»

Shoaib Akhtar's advise helped me a lot, says Shami  

It has been a journey to remember for Mohammad Shami. From just another local talent to Team India’s bowling mainstay, the pacer has come a long way. After missing out on the match against the UAE due ...  MORE»

Viv Richards turns singer!  

Cricket legend Viv Richards has lent his voice to a debut solo release of Australian rock band INXS drummer Jon Farriss ...  MORE»

Has Justin Bieber been photoshopped on Men's Health cover?  

Justin Bieber has caught himself second time on a photoshop controversy in 2015, as this time his latest cover of Men's Health has been speculated of being photoshopped. ...  MORE»

Branded PM Modi pichkaris selling like hotcakes in Rajkot before Holi  

The festival of colours, Holi, will be observed across the nation tomorrow, and markets are abuzz with demand for coloured powder and pichkaris or water guns. ...  MORE»

Motorola to launch 2nd generation Moto E on March 10  

Within a week of the global launch, Motorola will bring the second generation of its affordable smartphone 'Moto E' to India on March 10, signifying the growing importance of the market here for the U ...  MORE»

Kim Kardashian's forehead woes  

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian says she has the hairiest forehead. ...  MORE»

Precarious Pakistan take on South Africa to stay afloat  

Having beaten two minnow teams after a disastrous start in the tournament, an unpredictable but dangerous Pakistan take on formidable South Africa in their crucial cricket World Cup match here tomorro ...  MORE»

Misbah backs bowlers to slam brakes on South Africa  

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq insists his bowlers can slam the brakes on South Africa's batting superstars in tomorrow's World Cup clash in Auckland with AB de Villiers their prime target. ...  MORE»

India's inconsistency bound to hit them in WC: Viv Richards  

West Indies great Vivian Richards has called Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side a "powerful force" but still feels that India will have trouble defending their cricket World Cup title due to their "inconsist ...  MORE»

Vettori on verge of 300-wicket club  

Daniel Vettori said on Friday he was delighted at the prospect of becoming the first New Zealander to take 300 one-day international wickets, but his team's success at the World Cup meant more than in ...  MORE»

HTC just revealed its One M9 price tag for The US  

HTC, thanks to a contest held for the US market has just revealed the approximate price of  the recently announced HTC One M9. The device according to the contest’s terms and conditions will cost in t ...  MORE»