The party has also promised to work towards a Delhi “as envisioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi”.
A fight erupted in the crowd of almost 1000 people when opponents staged a counter protest at a rally organised by Trump supporters, leaving many injured.
Netizens reacting to the Snapchat CEO’s alleged comments intended to give the app a bad review, but some ended up accidentally taking it out on Snapdeal.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, which pro-Damascus media said was carried out by a suicide car bomber.
Dinakaran was apparently trying to get the EC official to allow his faction to use the ‘two leaves’ symbol in the R.K. Nagar assembly seat by-election.
Opponents have said that the vote was marred by irregularities and they will challenge it.
A chance meeting on a minibus in Costa Rica inspired a young American to start crowdfunding healthcare for people all over the world.
A campaigning doctor has helped make the landlocked Asian nation a better place to die than many much wealthier nations.
How victims of four incidents of violence from four different decades ended up on the wrong side of the law.
They claim that they were abused by members of peacekeeping forces and that the help and support that they were promised by UNICEF never came.
As scientists prepare for IPCC’s sixth assessment report, they want more systematic information on the Himalayas and the rivers that flow down from there.
With climate change leading to increasing disasters, effectively using social media data and other means of discovering the unknown will become crucial.
Flood, famine, Partition, riots and the promise of land and jobs drove early migrants to the Sundarbans. Despite many hardships, they found a home there.
Residents of the area have long been the demanding removal of the 300-foot rubbish dump, which finally collapsed after being engulfed in flames.
While analysts say that Le Pen will not win, Jean-Luc Melenchon’s rise, a hardcore leftist who will pull France out of EU and NATO, has investors alarmed.
United will now ensure crews traveling on their aircraft are booked into seats at least 60 minutes before departure.
The tradition of displaying missiles at the parade continued with new long-range and submarine-based missiles and what weapon analysts said were new ICBMs.
Prominent conservatives have, however thrown their weight behind Rouhani, who has a policy of open-mindedness towards the West, which would benefit Iran.
Faced with BJP’s aggression and a dwindling support base, and bereft of its plank of moral politics and good governance, AAP’s political fortunes look bleak.
Langpoklakpam Jayentakumar Singh said that he had been working with certain “visions” that may not materialise due to “interference”.
How does one feed a creature requiring 200 kilos of grass and other food each day? A failed attempt by journalists to find out in Surguja, Chhattisgarh.
Turkey’s referendum could lead to a tremendous change in the country’s political development, leading to an extremely autocratic Erdogan regime.
Since 1600, 278,880 people have been killed by volcanic activity, many of these deaths attributed to secondary hazards associated with the main eruption.
The Election Commission is obligated to assure the polity that it does not feel itself intimidated by the authority of the day.
Pence’s Seoul stop kicks off a long-planned ten-day trip to Asia – his first as vice president – and comes amid concerns that Pyongyang could soon conduct its sixth nuclear test.
The policy of targeting women with children at the border has drastically reduced the numbers of undocumented migrants trying to cross the border into the US.
The vote may bring the biggest change in the country’s system of governance since the modern Turkish republic was founded on the ashes of the Ottoman Empire almost a century ago.
A Russian independent newspaper has reported that at least three out of a 100 gay men being detained in secret prisons have been killed.
The changes ceded by Temer could reduce the savings the government expected with the reform to cut some of the world’s most generous pension benefits.
Speculation is rife that North Korea will launch a new nuclear missile to mark the celebration, an event the US is trying to prevent with China’s help.
The UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti has been dogged by controversies, including the introduction of cholera to the island and sexual abuse claims.
The Saudi establishments were accused of having “aided and abetted” the attacks through a variety of “activities in support of al Qaeda” in the years leading up to them.
Ten students have been arrested after Thursday’s attack the grounds of a university in the northern city of Mardan.
The discovery makes Saturn’s ocean-bearing moon Enceladus the only place beyond Earth where scientists have found direct evidence of a possible energy source for life.
Scientists say they have developed a box that can convert low-humidity air into water, producing several litres every 12 hours.
Everything that Ambedkar was firmly opposed to is being used to hypocritically subvert his message.
The bomb was targeted at a series of caves used by the ISIS militants.
The oldest-known forerunner of dinosaurs, dating back to the Triassic Period, is shaking up the expectations of palaeontologists about dinosaur evolution.
Videos of a United passenger being involuntarily dragged off a plane went viral, creating a PR disaster for the company – one that could have easily been avoided.
Pyongyang’s continued nuclear and missile testing programme has prompted the US to send a navy carrier group to near the Korean peninsula in a show of force