PTI

Jittery Aussies rattled after Virat Kohli hit by bouncer

The emotional toll that Phillip Hughes' death has taken on the Australian cricketers was all too evident when the home side's nervous...

Jittery Aussies rattled after Virat Kohli hit by bouncer

Highlight of 2014 was son becoming teenager: Angelina Jolie

Hollywood actress-director Angelina Jolie has revealed her year highlight wasn't her wedding to beau Brad Pitt...

Highlight of 2014 was son becoming teenager: Angelina Jolie

‘Lingaa’ releases today as Rajinikanth celebrates birthday in style

The 'Lingaa' fever had already gripped Rajinikanth's fans and eager ones, both domestic and international.

Lingaa, Lingaa Rajinikanth, Lingaa losses, Lingaa movie, Lingaa distributors, Rajinikanth, Rajinikanth Lingaa movie, Rajinikanth new movie, Rajinikanth news

India vs Australia Adelaide Test: David Warner, Varun Aaron in war of words over no-ball dismissal

A dash of spice was finally added to what has been an emotionally-charged first India-Australia cricket Test in Adelaide when David Warner and Varun Aaron...

Sports News

Congress accuses Narendra Modi govt of being ‘selfish’, not passing benefit of petrol prices to users

Congress today accused the Narendra Modi government of having a "selfish" and "short-sighted" approach on petroleum prices ...

Congress accuses Narendra Modi govt of being ‘selfish’, not passing benefit of petrol prices to users

Dilip Kumar’s ancestral home in Pakistan at risk of collapse

Legendary actor Dilip Kumar's ancestral home, which was declared a national heritage by Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif...

Dilip Kumar’s ancestral home in Pakistan at risk of collapse

CIA chief defends agency over ‘torture’, but acknowledges some ‘abhorrent’ abuses

The CIA chief has defended the techniques of 'torture' used by the interrogators on terror suspects post 9/11 attacks but admitted...

CIA chief defends agency over ‘torture’, but acknowledges some ‘abhorrent’ abuses

Persecution of sexual minorities surges after Supreme Court ruling

There has been a surge in crimes against India's sexual minorities, including rape, assault, blackmail and harassment...

Persecution of sexual minorities surges after Supreme Court ruling

Justin Bieber most tweeted about pop star, beats One Direction’s Niall Horan, says Twitter 2014 stat

Justin Bieber has been named the most tweeted about pop star of 2014, according to the data released by the social network. During his eventful year the 20-year-old singer generated the most posts of any musician on Twitter,

Justin Bieber most tweeted about pop star, beats One Direction’s Niall Horan, says Twitter 2014 stat

RBI’s Raghuram Rajan finds falling inflation a hard sell for consumers

Waiting for the right moment to cut interest rates, India's central bank faces a problem over public perceptions that price rises will return...

Economy News

Gisele Bundchen goes topless again

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen has gone topless again in a new set of campaign ads for the Spring 2015 collection of the luxe shoe line Stuart Weitzman.

Gisele Bundchen goes topless again

‘Lingaa’: Another case of plagiarism against Rajinikanth-starrer

One of the most awaited films of the year, 'Lingaa' hits screens on Rajinikant's birthday, which is being celebrated today.

Entertainment News

Breastfeeding helped me get back in shape: Scarlett Johansson

Actress Scarlett Johansson says breastfeeding has helped her to get back in shape after the birth of her first child.

Breastfeeding helped me get back in shape: Scarlett Johansson

Climate change: John Kerry appeals to all to share burden

US Secretary of State John Kerry today appealed to the countries at UN climate talks to jointly share the burden of combating climate change ...

Climate change: John Kerry appeals to all to share burden

‘Barack Obama policy on torture difficult to roll back’

CIA activities included heinous torture procedures used on detainees.

‘Barack Obama policy on torture difficult to roll back’

After Uber banned in Delhi in wake of rape case, Haryana cracks down on unauthorised web-based taxi services

Authorities have directed secretaries of regional transport authorities across the state to take immediate action...

After Uber banned in Delhi in wake of rape case, Haryana cracks down on unauthorised web-based taxi services

BSE Sensex recovers 64 points ahead of inflation, IIP data

The benchmark BSE Sensex today recovered over 64 points in early trade as participants indulged in fresh buying ahead of the retail inflation...

Markets News

Indian rupee down 12 paise against dollar in early trade

Continuing its fall for the fifth straight day, the rupee lost another 12 paise to trade at a fresh 10-month low of 62.45 against...

Indian rupee down 12 paise against dollar in early trade

US-based woman to complain against rape accused Uber cab driver

A US-based woman, who had tweeted about alleged indecent behaviour of Shiv Kumar Yadav, accused in the Uber rape case...

US-based woman to complain against rape accused Uber cab driver

Uber cab rape case: Finance company agent detained for helping accuse to get fake character certificate

An agent of a finance company, who allegedly helped the Uber rape case accused Shiv Kumar Yadav to procure a fake character certificate...

Uber cab rape case: Finance company agent detained for helping accuse to get fake character certificate

Now, cops turn to drones to combat Uber cab Delhi rape case type crimes

In a first of its kind project in the country, mini drones fitted with night vision cameras will be used to patrol the streets...

India News

Delhi cab rape case: Uber apologises, expresses hope of operating in city again

Under attack over the alleged rape by one its drivers, internet-based taxi firm Uber has apologised...

Uber, uber india, uber cabs, uber taxi, uber cabs news, female cab drivers, female taxi drivers News

Trust Narendra Modi, says Amit Shah in Kashmir Valley

BJP chief Amit Shah asked the Omar Abdullah-led Jammu and Kashmir government to give an account of Rs 1,700 crore central package meant...

Trust Narendra Modi, says Amit Shah in Kashmir Valley

Soon, get one account for all financial assets soon, say RBI, Sebi, Irda

A common account may allow the public to get details of all their financial assets such as bank accounts, stocks, insurance policies in one place.

Banking & Finance News

AAP vows to ban RSS ‘activities’ in Delhi

The Aam Aadmi Party said on Thursday if it came to power, it will not allow any activity in the RSS shakhas in Delhi...

AAP vows to ban RSS ‘activities’ in Delhi

Government to use technology to improve governance, curb corruption: Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that government would effectively use technology to improve governance...

yearender, yearender 2014, India, India 2014, political event News

Kareena, Karishma Kapoor played Saif Ali Khan, didn’t depose in brawl case

In a twist to the 2012 brawl involving Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan and a South African businessman...

Entertainment News
Switch to Hindi Edition
FinancialExpress_1x1_Imp_Desktop