On Tuesday,Francehas become the 14th country to allow same-sex marriage after the parliament approved a new law championed by President Francois Hollande, but it came at cost of a political price amid violent Read More
The Consulting giant Accenture has said today that they have been selected by BMW to manage the roll-out of custom-built web platform in the German car manufacturer’s major markets by 2014.Under the agreement, Accenture will manage Read More
The second person accused in the alleged gangrape of a five-year-old girl was sent today to four-day police custody by a city court which was told by the Delhi Police that both he and accomplice Manoj Kumar had raped the minor. Read More
A privacy regulator in Germany fined Google €145,000 on Monday for its systematic, illegal collection of personal data while it was creating its Street View mapping service, and it called on European lawmakers to significantly raise fines for violations of data protection laws. Read More
Last weekIndiawas shocked again after hearing the news about the case of a 5-year-old girl who was raped, tortured and nearly killed, stirring memories of a gang rape on a medical student in December. Over the weekend as the girl was being treated at a hospital here, Read More
Recently a study was published in the Journal of Marine Biology which sheds new light on the relatively rare but occasionally recorded presence of white sharks in waters surrounding theHawaiian Islands. It suggests a new method to help distinguish Read More
Officials said that a suicide bomber today targeted a police van in restivePeshawarcity of northwestPakistan, killing six persons and injuring nearly 40 others.
This morning the attacker was reportedly riding Read More
People are still opening their wallets for smartphones though, in today’s recession-racked economy, penny-pinching is a national pastime.
The average sales of BlackBerrys, iPhones and other smartphone models are rising fiercely Read More
A survey by industry body Assocham says, in private sector, the sense of career stability is winning over faster growth prospects as more and more B-school graduates are preferring jobs in public sector undertakings (PSUs) and central government. Read More
The largest steel maker in the World, Arcelor Mittal is supplying steel for one of the first steel-framed skyscrapers which is about to be constructed in France, which is scheduled to be completed next year. Read More
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently cancelled Johnson & Johnson India’s Mulund plant license to produce cosmetic products. The orders given by the FDA will come into effect from June 24. Read More
Petrol price were reduced by Re 1 per litre, effective midnight tonight, the third reduction in rates in past one month.
The price cut was made possible because of fall in international oil prices. This also excludes local sales tax or VAT. Read More
The ruins of Ceibal suggest that the Soaring pyramids, ceremonial platforms and ritual plazas, signatures of the ancient Maya, owe their origin to a broad cultural shift inCentral Americaaround 1,000 B.C., Read More
Former Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf acknowledged his government secretly signed off on U.S. drone strikes. This is the first time a top past or present Pakistani official has admitted publicly to such a deal.
Pakistani leaders long have been Read More
After conversation on telephone between President Obama and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Monday, a top Russian official said cooperation between the leaders’ intelligence services had “noticeably intensified in the past few days.” Read More
Senior government officials told reporters on India’s energy strategy that our nation is unwilling to impose restrictions or cap its oil imports from Iran, and will continue its energy ties with Tehran as long it gets a “good deal” and logistic support. Read More
InTibetthe expansion of mining projects is being questioned after the latest tragedy at the Gyama copper and gold mine. There has been an upsurge in mining activities inTibetin recent years. Read More
Genevais about to mark World Health Day on 7 April. WHO is calling for intensified efforts to prevent and control hypertension, also known as high blood pressure. Studies say that, High blood pressure is estimated Read More