19 Oct 2019Sports
Watch: Rohit Sharma shouts at rain gods during 3rd Test
Indian opener Rohit Sharma grabbed headlines as he smashed the sixth century of his Test career.
12 Jul 2017India
Amarnath attack: Can't an Indian vent on Twitter without fear?
Terrorists opened fire pilgrims in a bus heading to the holy site of Amarnath in J&K. Seven people died, 14 were injured.
02 May 2017Entertainment
The Indian TV industry goes online
Traditional television format has undergone a dramatic change in recent years, with more content creators moving online: a more interactive, less censored, and wider-reach platform.
08 Apr 2017Technology
Fake news: Facebook launches campaign to tackle menace
In an attempt to tackle the menace of fake news, Facebook is launching an educational tool: an ad will appear at the top of feeds for three days teaching users "how to spot fake news" and report it.
Yogi Adityanath pushes for Jewar International Airport in Greater Noida
UP CM Yogi Adityanath has reportedly directed officials to discuss issues related to Jewar International Airport in Greater Noida with the Centre.
Yogi Adityanath: English from nursery, foreign languages from Class X
UP CM Adityanath has mandated that English be taught in government schools from nursery instead of the current Class VI, as part of an overhaul of the education system.
Air India lifts ban on Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad
ANI reported that Air India has lifted the flying ban on Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, a day after Sena members demanded the civil aviation ministry intervene in the matter.
07 Apr 2017World
Russia bans "gay clown" memes of President Putin
With a recent ruling by Moscow's Justice Ministry, it is now illegal to portray President Vladimir Putin in makeup, or otherwise implying he is gay.
Gau rakshaks: SC gives Centre, states 3 weeks to respond
The SC has sought responses within three weeks from the Centre as well as Gujarat, UP, MP, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Karnataka, on a petition seeking a ban on 'cow protection' vigilantes.
TN Health Minister Vijayabaskar's premises raided by IT department
IT officials raided several premises of Tamil Nadu Health Minister C Vijayabaskar and his relatives following allegations that he had distributed cash to voters in RK Nagar constituency, which is headed for a by-election.
MP Amar Singh alleges increasing Maoist activity at DU, JNU
Member of Parliament Amar Singh raised a question before the Human Resource Development Ministry in Parliament on April 6 on the alleged "alarming" rise in Maoist activities in institutes like Jawaharlal Nehru University and Delhi University.
07 Apr 2017Entertainment
Dangal: Pak censor board want national flag, anthem scenes cut
Two months after Pakistani cinema owners lifted a self-imposed ban on screening of Bollywood movies, they sought that the blockbuster 'Dangal' be screened in their movies.
J&K avalanche: Three soldiers killed, bodies recovered
Bodies of three soldiers trapped in Jammu and Kashmir's Batalik sector due to an avalanche were recovered on April 7.
Twitter India launches Lite for weak connectivity
Twitter on April 6 launched Twitter Lite in India in collaboration with Vodafone, a platform specially designed for regions where connectivity is poor.
GST: Parliament passes four key bills
The parliament on April 6 passed four bills on the GST after they were approved by the Rajya Sabha without any amendments, paving the way for its nationwide rollout.
BMW vs Unite: Workers to strike against pension scheme cut
In their first walkout against BMW's plans to close its final salary pension scheme, UK's Unite union workers will launch eight 24-hour strikes across four sites from April 19-May 24.
Journalist critical after being attacked in Delhi park
45-year-old Delhi-based journalist Aparna Kalra is in a critical condition after she was attacked by unknown people at a park in northwest Delhi on April 5 evening.
06 Apr 2017Entertainment
'Queen' director Vikas Bahl allegedly molested Phantom employee
A Phantom employee has alleged she was molested by filmmaker Vikas Bahl during a trip to Goa.
Sasikala breaks rules, hosts 28 visitors in a month
According to documents accessed by TOI, AIADMK leader Sasikala, currently in jail at Parappana Agahara, has hosted 28 visitors in 31 days.
Railways: Massive changes imminent as Centre approves regulatory body
The Union Cabinet has approved the setting up of an independent regulatory body for railways which will oversee fares and recommend necessary changes.
06 Apr 2017Politics
SP feud: Yadav's daughter-in-law backs Mulayam
In a fresh restart to the Samajwadi Party feud, younger daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav said her brother-in-law Akhilesh should hand over the party's control to Mulayam Singh, as he had promised before elections.