The Canadian government has issued an apology for denying visas to people from India who served in the nation’s intelligence and security forces citing human rights violations as the reason.
9/11 is long gone, but it still haunts the American psyche. A new study has revealed that the stress felt by pregnant women soon after the terror strikes on September 11, 2001 led to an increase in miscarriages of male fetuses in the US.
India’s intermediate range ballistic missile Angi-II was successfully test-fired by a team belonging to the Indian Army’s Strategic Forces Command.
The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has revealed that the original microchip on which the self-styled godman Paramahansa Nithyananda’s alleged acts of sleaze were recorded, would be sent for testing at a national laboratory.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has said that suspended IPL Chairman Lalit Modi had planned to start a rebel T20 league in UK without informing or gaining the consent of either BCCI or the English Cricket Board (ECB).
Narco analysis tests, brain mapping and polygraph not evidence and not used so, say police after SC ruling them illegal and unconstitutional.
The Delhi University has announced that it will pay compensation to six people who were affected by radioactive materials that had been found in Mayapuri market in West Delhi.