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Participants of the Cambodia-Korea Business and Investment Forum pose for a photo at InterContinental Seoul COEX in southern Seoul, Friday. Courtesy of Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy By Kwon Mee-yoo The Korea-Cambodia free trade agreement (FTA) went
After the Congress alleged lapses in security arrangments in the Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra, the Jammu & Kashmir Police on Friday said that it was not consulted before taking any decision on... ...
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke at length on the development of new centres of economic power, and financial and political influence and stated that China and India are already ahead of... ...
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People take a selfie at a lantern show
Skiers and snowboarders hit the slopes at a ski
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Jumbo order to include short and long-haul planes Follow Us A year after coming into the Tata fold, Air India is ready to flex its muscles through a fresh order for short and long-haul planes which will be the largest-ever in the world till date by any airline
The 15th BRICS summit will take place this year in late August in South Africa's Durban. The announcement was apparently made by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at a joint news conference with Foreign Minister of the State of Eritrea Osman Saleh in
Despite a spate of floods around the country last year, the number of fatalities fell to a record low thanks to consistent efforts to divert floodwaters to reservoirs, according to the Ministry of Water Resources. Due to the high frequency of extreme weather
Written by Nayonika Bose The internal fire-fighting system comprising the hydrant and sprinkler system was not working during Thursday's massive (level 4) fire on the 42nd floor of the 45-storey R A Residency Tower on Babasaheb Ambedkar Road in Dadar East,
PMC Bank-HDIL case: HC grants pre-arrest bail to director Parmeet Sodhi, directs EOW to revoke look out circular
The Bombay High Court recently granted pre-arrest bail to Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank director Parmeet Sodhi, who was booked for allegedly overlooking the process of sanctioning or disbursing hidden or undisclosed loan accounts of Housing
As Air India completes its first year under the Tata Group, the airline management has listed plans for the second year that includes a \u2018historic\u2019 order of new aircraft and investments to improve the product on its long-haul international flights.
The Bombay High Court on Friday partly allowed a plea by National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) West Foundation, a real estate self-regulatory body, and directed State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) to decide in eight weeks pending
Days after chaos in Delhi universities over the screening of the controversial BBC documentary on 2002 Godhra riots, the administration of Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS) in Mumbai on Friday issued a cirular to its students, asking them to refrain from
Antilia terror scare case: Court directs Pradeep Sharma be discharged from hospital, taken back to jail
A special court on Friday directed that retired ACP Pradeep Sharma be discharged from Sassoon hospital in Pune and be taken back to Yerwada jail after a report by a medical board constituted by the court
Visva-Bharati University authorities on Friday issued a fresh letter to Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, asking him to hand over parts of a plot he is allegedly occupying in Santiniketan. This is the second letter the VBU
The Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) has given its nod for a water taxi service between Gateway of India and Belapur. The vessel 'NAYAN XI', to be operated by Nayantara Shipping Pvt Ltd, will be the only service on this route, which is expected to begin in the first
Days after the ruckus over screening the BBC documentary titled \u2018India: The Modi Question\u2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru University and Jamia Millia Islamia, a commotion erupted over screenings at Delhi University\u2019s North Campus and Ambedkar University
Formed in February 2021 on Delhi Police\u2019s Raising Day, the Delhi Police women pipe band, comprising 46 constables at the time, has come a long way. Performing for the first time on the country\u2019s 74th Republic Day on Thursday, the band held their
\u2018Classic case of gross abuse of court process\u2019 | Rs 3 lakh deposited to hear plea be imposed as costs: HC
Despite a petitioner depositing Rs 3 lakh in the court registry as precondition for his plea to be heard, the Bombay High Court has said the deposit will not in itself establish the petitioner's 'locus standi' as he had no track record of raising public
Dr Ratan Chandra Kar of West Bengal who provided medical care to members of the Jarawa tribe during his posting in the Andaman Islands for years, especially during the measles outbreak in 1999, is on the list of Padma Shri awardees announced by the central