A moderate earthquake felt across north India rocked buildings and sent office workers running into the streets in New Delhi at lunchtime on Monday, but there were no immediate reports of damage.
Queen Elizabeth's diamond jubilee this year is on course to be marked by Britain's biggest national celebration for decades, according to local government officials.
China will boost military spending by 11.2 percent this year, the government said on Sunday, unveiling Beijing's first defense budget since President Barack Obama launched a pivot to reinforce U.S. influence across the Asia-Pacific.
HRT hope to run their new Formula One car for the first time on Monday after failing to make the final pre-season test in Spain this weekend, Indian driver Narain Karthikeyan said on Saturday.
Rahul Gandhi failed to deliver the election comeback he had promised for the Congress party in the politically crucial state of Uttar Pradesh, according to voter surveys released after the phased, month-long poll ended Saturday.
The story of an athlete who gives up running and ends up becoming a dacoit on the run from the law may sound improbable. Why would a successful sportsman pick up a gun and kill people?
Nominees for the best foreign language film Oscar gathered Saturday for an annual symposium to discuss their films, but a cloud of global politics loomed over the event in which Iranian and Israeli filmmakers both took part.
Australia made 252 for nine wickets in their 50 overs in a Tri-series one-day international at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Sunday.
As Kingfisher Airlines careens toward collapse, the Central Government finds itself between a rock and a hard place.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela was admitted to hospital on Saturday for treatment for a long-standing abdominal complaint, the government said.
The BSE Sensex fell for a second consecutive day on Thursday as investors took profits on expiry of monthly derivatives amid concerns about high oil prices.
The BSE Sensex was headed for a second day of decline on Thursday as investors booked profits from recent rallies as concerns mounted over the state of the global economy, including rising oil prices.
The home ministry has opposed the decriminalization of gay sex at a Supreme Court hearing, television reports said on Thursday.
Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi's sister and party's star campaigner Priyanka Gandhi on Monday expressed her opinion on the ongoing controversy between Salman Khurshid and the Election Commission of India (ECI) and said that the Union Law Minister was free to express his opinions.
By indicting Pakistan's embattled prime minister for contempt of court on Monday, the Supreme Court may have cemented its role as a political player alongside the military and the civilian government, complicating an already Byzantine political scene.
The State Bank of India (SBI), the country's biggest lender, reported an unexpected rise in bad loans for the third quarter, taking the shine off healthy growth in loan demand and interest income that helped it post a 15 percent rise in net profit.
Through the first half, Shakun Batra's romantic comedy Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu follows an entirely predictable path - boy and girl meet, get drunk, get married and realise they don't want to stay married. Circumstances dictate they must spend time together while waiting for their marriage to get annulled. At the interval, one of them even has the I'm in love epiphany.
The State Bank of India, the country's biggest lender, will name and shame "wilful" defaulters and put their pictures in newspapers to get them to pay up, the Economic Times has reported.
Sahara Group has pulled out of its sponsorship deal with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Pune franchise of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the diversified business conglomerate said Saturday.
India beat Australia by eight wickets in the second and final Twenty20 international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday.