Supermodel Tyra Banks has shared images of her newborn son York. The “America's Next Top Model” host took to photo-sharing website Instagram on Sunday to share an image of herself cradling York, who she welcomed with part
'Deadpool' box office collections: Ryan Reynolds starrer 'Deadpool' with its action, blood and twisted sense of humour seems to be treading the right path in India with a collection of over Rs 14 crore in its opening week.
Budget carrier AirAsia on Monday said higher capacity deployment and increased frequency on two sectors enabled the airline to record 134 percent passenger traffic growth from October to December 2015.
As the ongoing Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) protest turns increasingly volatile and accusations of sedition fly thick and fast, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Monday said the RSS and the BJP dub as traitors whos
United suffered a shock defeat 1-2 against Sunderland in an English Premier League (EPL) match on Saturday and thus failed to close in on title contenders Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspurs and Arsenal.
Barcelona vs Arsenal: Lionel Messi's Barcelona FC will turn their gaze from domestic honours to Europe in their quest for a second straight treble when the holders return to Champions League duties against Arsenal in the last
Paris St Germain (PSG) have suspended defender Serge Aurier indefinitely, dropping him from their squad to meet Chelsea in the Champions League on Tuesday, after he insulted coach Laurent Blanc and his team mates.
Pointing to a potentially new direction for age-related cognitive care, scientists have found more evidence that ageing brains work differently than younger brains when performing the same memory task.
Earthquake in New Zealand: A magnitude-5.8 earthquake shook the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Sunday but there were no immediate reports of serious damage, nearly five years after a deadly, more powerful quake destroyed
JNU protest: The sedition charge levelled against JNU Students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar will cannot stand test of the law, say legal luminaries, expressing surprise over the government routinely slapping the measure aga