National Highway-24 (NH-24) expansion project has...
Amidst a small section of people in India running "Boycott Chinese Goods" campiagn, China has warned such a move would hurt ties and investments in both countries.
Abhishek Manu Singhvi, the lawyer for Tata Group...
Volvo S90 will be offered in a single variant, which will offer all features and technologies as standard equipment.
Apple vs Microsoft: Personal computers, once a workhorse for consumer tech industry, has risen from the ashes.
Government plans to make changes in the six decades-old cinematography law to tone up the functioning of the censor board, which has been at the centre of many controversies.
Scientists have designed a wearable lower-limb robot exoskeleton that features natural knee movement to help stroke and spinal cord injury patients regain ability to walk and strengthen their muscles.
Having good health is a victory in itself. A walk in the morning and a wholesome diet are already on your health chart.
Not impressed by the highly regarded Right to Education Act (RTE), Former Cabinet Secretary TSR Subramanian said India has witnessed as much as "25 per cent drop in standards of education" after RTE.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have started planting their third on-orbit crop of red romaine lettuce, NASA said.
The fifth season of Karan Johar's famous talk show Koffee with Karan is all set to brew for the audiences and the opening episode will see none other than the unique duo of Dear Zindagi, Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt gracing the couch.
Having already bought Rs 1,400 crore of mortgage portfolio in the first half of this financial year, Federal Bank today said it will continue with such purchases and is closing in on another transaction.
When you opened your bank account or went to the branch to transact business, you might have been offered a health insurance along with your account. Most banks have tie up with insurance companies to offer health insurance to their account-holders.
Halloween Day, one of the most popular festivals across the world, has turned into a big tourism activity, especially in the US
Gold prices inched down on Thursday to extend losses from the previous session as the US dollar steadied against the yen, but underlying demand for bullion was seen as robust ahead of major festivals in India.