• World's largest marine park to be created in Antarctic Ocean

    The European Union and 24 other countries agree to create a marine park which will cover 600,000 square miles of ocean in the Antarctic.

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  • Locals living in constant fear as heavy shelling, ceasefire violations continue

    Locals in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir are living in constant fear as heavy firing and ceasefire violation continues from Pakistan. According to sources, the heavy shelling is likely to continue for the next three days in the wake of Diwali. Pakistan has been violated ceasefire from the past

  • PM Modi previews digital exhibition showcasing Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's contributions

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi previewed an exhibition, 'Uniting India - Sardar Patel' set up by the Ministry of Culture at National Science Centre in the national capital on Thursday. This digital exhibition, which showcases the integration of India, and the contribution of Sardar Vallabhbhai

  • Horror! Kushal Tandon wants to enter BB10 with Armaan Kohli

    Kushal Tandon recently went on a Twitter rant expressing his dislike for the current season of Bigg Boss 10 and even picking on one of the contestants, Manu Punjabi.

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  • Tata Group stocks rebound after three days

    Tata group stocks have bounced back on Friday today after three days of continuous decline, rising up to 5.6 per cent, on value-buying at a lower level. Most of the Tata Group shares have showed up today, Tata Teleservices, Tata Elxsi, Tata Communications, Tata Motors and Tata Chemicals were also among

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  • Deal reached on Antarctic sanctuary

    A historic deal has been reached to establish the world's largest marine sanctuary in the Antarctic Ocean. Paul Chapman reports.

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  • Can't let BJP get foothold in UP: Shivpal Yadav

    After a meeting Rashtriya Lok Dal's leader Ajit Singh, Senior Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Shivpal Yadav said they want secular forces and Lohiawadis to come together. He added that they can't let Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) get a foothold in Uttar Pradesh's upcoming assembly elections.

  • Paint, renovate your house this Diwali online

    With Diwali round the corner, and people planning to get their house painted, renovated and decorated. E-commerce has made its way into every aspect of urban livelihood, the ritual of decorating or renovating homes during Diwali is now just a click away.

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  • 5-day 'Free Spirit Film Festival' kicks of

    The 12th 'Free Spirit Film Festival' commenced yesterday at Hotel Tibet in Dharamshala, where 21 films of different genres and subjects would be screened. These 21 films, which will be showcased in the span of five days, were selected out of more than 80 submissions from around the world. The

  • ISI-backed Khalistan separatists may create trouble during Punjab elections, say experts

    Punjab elections are around the corner and the detractors of democracy are up in arms to create trouble in the state which has faced years of militancy in the 1970s and 1980s. The Khalistan separatists, who enjoy the backing of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence, are reportedly planning to create

  • Your Daily Horoscope: October 28

    Social events and group activities are on the agenda today, Aries. You may be introduced to someone who could prove helpful to your career. A letter containing good news could come from a friend or partner.

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  • Family members of abducted Shabir Baloch stage protest in front of Karachi Press Club

    Family members of abducted student leader Shabir Baloch staged a protest in front of the Karachi Press Club on Friday. Shabir Baloch, who was abducted by the Pakistani security forces on October 4, is still remains missing. Earlier this month, a protest was staged by members of the Baloch National Movement

  • BSF Organises 'Diwali Milan' mela for jawans

    Ahead of Diwali, the Border Security Force (BSF) organised Diwali Milan a mela for its jawans in Srinagar. Diwali is a special occasion for the jawans fighting insurgency in Kashmir valley to come together and celebrate. Large number of locals also participated in this Diwali Mela. Different stalls were

  • Battle for Mosul- images of a ghost town

    Video footage shows what remains of a Christian town near the Iraqi city of Mosul after the ousting of Islamic State militants. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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  • Trendy earthen lamps attract people this Diwali

    Diwali, the 'festival of lights' is incomplete without Diyas and this year trendy earthen lamps have flooded the Hyderabad markets, luring customers to buy them. Made of clay, these earthen lamps are available in different shapes and sizes, which is attracting hundreds of customers. Shops and

  • CM Mehbooba Mufti chairs meeting with Yashwant Sinha

    Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti chaired a meeting with member delegation led by the former foreing minister Yashwant Sinha in Sringar on Friday. Sinha concluded his three-day visit to Kashmir on Thursday after successfully breaking the logjam over talks with separatists.

  • Cracker associations ask people to Boycott Chinese crackers

    The traders of Siliguri Crackers Association (SCA) are not selling Chinese crackers owing China's support to Pakistan. Following the public protest for the ban on Chinese products, Siliguri residents have voluntarily boycotted Chinese crackers this Diwali. Even in Ranchi, under the banner of Swadeshi

  • Italy's PM visits quake site

    Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi visits one of the towns hit by Wednesday's earthquake. Paul Chapman reports.

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  • BSF detains Bangladesh-bound truck loaded with contraband cartons

    The Border Security Force (BSF) detained a Bangladesh-bound truck loaded with cough syrup bottles in Tripura on Thursday. Acting on a tip off, BSF Field Intelligence team during search of the truck discovered huge quantity of contraband cartons hidden under sacks of cement. Nearly 43,400 bottles of phensedyl

  • Dalits, tribals celebrate Diwali together in temple to break discrimination

    Setting up an example of good faith, Diwali celebration was held in Coimbatore on Thursday to break off discrimination against Dalits in temples. Hundreds of Dalits , Tribals and other community people jointly celebrated Deepawali at Koniamman Temple in Coimbatore while sharing sweets and clothes

  • Locals migrate to shelter camps as ceasefire violations continues

    People living in border areas of Jammu and Kashmir's RS Pura sector and Hiranagar town have been forced to migrate following continuous ceasefire violations by Pakistan. Shelter camps were set up for residents staying near the Line of Control (LoC) areas. As a precautionary measure, many villages

  • Watch: Rangoli-making fever grips Muslim students

    Ahead of Diwali, Rangoli-making fever has gripped people across the country. In Ahmedabad, Muslim students made a Rangoli during rangoli competition on the occasion of Diwali festival at school in Ahmedabad's Juhapura. Ahead of the festival, Rangoli coloured powder is in great demand across the country

  • Heavy shelling continues in Rajouri

    Incessant ceasefire violation and mortar shelling by the Pakistani rangers continued in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Friday. This has forced people to spent night in the bunkers. Several families have been shifted as a precautionary measure.

  • Trump Walk of Fame star vandal speaks out

    A man accused of vandalising Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame says he did it and here's why. Paul Chapman reports.

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  • Chinese lights to shine again this Diwali!

    The call to ban Chinese products has become shriller this Diwali as more and more people are protesting after China's support to Pakistan on terrorism existing on their soil. However, the idea which initially gained positive response considering the sentiments of the families of slain soldiers, later



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