PM Narendra Modi, along with BJP President Amit Shah and Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, addressed a rally here in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. Addressing party workers at the Karyakarta Mahakumbh, PM Modi s
Two robotic rovers have become world's first to successfully land on the surface of an asteroid, the Japanese space agency JAXA said, sharing images captured by the probes. On September 21, the small compact MINERVA-II1 rover
In various parts in Maharashtra and across the nation, processions carrying idols of Lord Ganesha for immersion began winding their way towards rivers and lakes on Sunday morning, marking the culmination of the 11-day festiva
The massive fire at Kolkata that ocurred at the Bagree Market in Burrabazar area, on Sunday, in the business hub of the city has been brought under control after two days, on Tuesday. No one was injured in the fire. At the mo
North Korean's Kim Jong Un greeted Moon Jae-in with hugs and smiles on Tuesday as the South Korean president arrived in Pyongyang to discuss faltering talks on denuclearisation and the prospect of officially ending the Korean
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, Septemeber 17, visited Varanasi to celebrate his 68th birthday in his parliamentary constituency where he interacted with school children. PM Modi reached Narur village this afternoon w
A bridge on a main highway between Italy and France collapsed Tuesday in the Italian city of Genoa during a sudden, violent storm, sending vehicles plunging 80 meters (262 feet) into a heap of rubble below.
Turkish lira fall continues: Following a diplomatic spat with Washington and other problems plaguing the economy, Turlish lira continued its fall as fear among investors spiked. In line with the fall in lira, the Indian rupee
With an aim to revive the industrial activity and extend green fuel services in the eastern region, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday dedicated to the nation the Varanasi City Gas Distribution (CGD) network.
The rescue operations are underway in disaster-hit areas, while Japan's weather agency has warned of the continuing danger of landslides and flood. The normal life continues to be disrupted and the Business is severely hit by
The death toll from unprecedented rains in Japan rose to at least 62 on Sunday as widespread flooding forced several million from their homes, with more rain set to hit some areas for at least another day.
According to a police spokesperson, the accident took place in Tirwa area of the district at around 4.00 am. "The accident occurred when students were filling diesel from one bus to another, and were run over by another bus w