Murali, an injured victim, holding his blood stained shirt as he rests on the hospital bed a day after he was injured in Kollam

BCCI told High Court that during 17 IPL games in Mumbai and Pune they will use recycled water. (Photo: BCCI Twitter)

People check out the damaged structures after a massive fire broke out during a fireworks display at the Puttingal temple- PTI

Photo of Indian national Kirpal Singh, who had allegedly crossed Wagah border into Pakistan in 1992. (Photo: ANI Twitter)

Train carrying water stationed in Miraj (Photo: Twitter)

Voters wait in a long queue to cast votes at a polling booth during assembly elections in, West Bengal. (Photo: PTI)

Sabarimala temple (Photo: PTI)

People check out the damaged structures after a massive fire broke out at the Puttingal temple. (Photo: PTI)


Delhi Metro staffer stabbed in control room, Rs 12 lakh looted

A Delhi Metro staffer was stabbed and robbed of Rs 12 lakh by unidentified men in station control room on Platform Number Two of Rajinder Place Metro station on Monday morning within just 20 minutes.


Found! New link between Alzheimer’s and diabetes

Alzheimer’s impairs insulin signalling in the portion of the brain responsible for regulating metabolism, making a person with the disease more likely to develop diabetes, a new study in mice suggests


Nitish’s JD-U elevation a well-planned move

The recent decision of Bihar chief minister and JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar to assume the reins of presidency of his regional party offers the first indication, albeit in a somewhat understated manner,

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The last days of Reginald Dyer

All Saint's Church in Long Ashton where Reginald Dyer's funeral was held. This was Dyer's parish church which is less than a mile from his ...

Norway to go

Pretty as its Scandinavian cousins, norway offers a distinct view of europe that you want to explore under the sunlit night sky, says Madhu Jain

Well might the Bombay high court’s Nagpur bench ask — as it did last week — “whether India is for Hindus only”?