Vietnam's foreign minister will fly to North Korea Tuesday for an official state visit, the ministry announced, ahead of a second planned summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Post the success of Reema Kagti directorial Gold, Akshay Kumar is getting ready for next projects, a period-cum action-drama Kesari and a comedy, Good News, with Kareena Kapoor Khan.
Sex as a subject is not a drawing room discussion in India and growing up, and for her Kirti Kulhari, her family was no different. The actor, in her latest web series, takes on the role of an urban.
Venezuela`s self-proclaimed acting president, Juan Guaido, will ask for the support of OAS to restructure the country`s electoral authorities and organise new elections in the Andean nation, his envoy has said.
Fitness experts have always stressed on the fact that exercise can improve your cognitive functions.
A total of Rs 4,172.44 crore was collected by the government as late fee for delayed filing of various goods and services tax (GST) returns since the implementation of the indirect tax regime on July 1, 2017, till February 4, 2019, Finance Minstry data showed.
Amazon.com Inc. has agreed to acquire Eero, a builder of Wi-Fi-networking tools, in another deal aimed at bolstering the retail and technology giant’s home devices business.
World number one Naomi Osaka has split from her coach Sascha Bajin just weeks after winning the Australian Open to complete back-to-back grand slam victories, the Japanese player said Monday.
External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj introduced a path breaking Bill on Registration of Marriage of non-Resident of India in Rajya Sabha. The Bill is an outcome of a joint initiative of the Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Law and Justice.
M Nageshwar Rao Monday admitted that as interim chief of the CBI he committed "mistake" in transferring former joint director A K Sharma and apologised to the Supreme Court, saying he had no intention to circumvent its orders.