Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina
The World Bank, government of India, and the Bihar government on Monday signed an agreement for $100 million in additional funds for the ongoing development of rural development programme "Jeevika".
An Air India plane bound to New Delhi made an emergency landing at an airport in Pakistan following some technical difficulties on Monday morning.
The Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan began their second day of talks on Thursday, with the main focus directed at LeT terrorist Abu Jundal, who is currently placed in Indian police custody.
State-owned oil companies announced their decision to slash petrol prices by at least ₹2.46 per litre. The cut in petrol rates took effect on Thursday midnight.
Apple Inc On Friday lost a crucial lawsuit to Google's Motorola, thereby putting an end to the global patent war the iPhone maker has long waged since 2010. The ruling was issued in the Chicago federal court, with Judge Richard Posner conceding that Apple will no more seek an injunction against the Motorola Mobility unit.
With the whole tech world still reeling under the Samsung effect since the launch of its Galaxy S3 in Indian markets late May, rival Apple may possibly take a bigger bite of success with its upcoming iPhone 5, as claimed by a high-profile executive.
An 86-hour ordeal in a borewell culminated into a tragedy for five-year old Mahi, who was confirmed dead following her rescue from the from the 70-feet pit she had fallen into on Wednesday.
Eleven Air India pilots have launched an indefinite hunger strike, demanding to reinstate the 101 pilots sacked by the management.
French automaker Renault has already received 1,000 pre-launch orders for its highly anticipated SUV Duster, which is due for a July launch in India.
Electronics giant Samsung is investigating an astonishing case of a Galaxy S3 handset, which reportedly exploded while being held in a car dock in Ireland.