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'Indian Army will regain the upper hand against terrorists in J&K'

The Indian Army has a major challenge in Jammu and Kashmir this year -- to bring down its casualties which saw a steep rise last year compared to previous years. Experts said that the changing tactics of the militants, which include attacks on military installations and provoking civilians during gun battles, pose new challenges.

Equities indices extend bull run on global cues, strong rupee (Market Review)

  Key Indian equities indices continued their bull run for the fifth straight week to gain over a per cent each, as positive corporate news and US Fed's plans of a gradual rate hike enhanced investors' risk-taking appetite.

Children in London schools breathe toxic air: Report

 Tens of thousands of children at over 800 schools, nurseries and colleges in London are being exposed to illegal levels of air pollution that risk causing lifelong health problems, a media report said on Saturday.

Wanted to connect with youth through 'Roadies': Harbhajan Singh

  Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh says he wanted to connect with youth and that's what urged him to be part of youth-based reality show "MTV Roadies Rising".

Key Indian equity market indices open higher

 Taking a cue from positive investments sentiment, the key Indian equity market indices opened higher on Thursday.

Tiny tots of Innokids of Innocent Hearts School showed their creativity in Paper Folding Activity

The li’l ones of Nursery of INNOKIDS (G.M.T., Loharan and Cantt. Jandiala Road) of Innocent Hearts School showed their creativity in Paper Folding Activity. 

Rahul, Akhilesh, Amit Shah hold road shows

Hundreds and thousands on Tuesday joined the roadshow of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav here on Tuesday. BJP President Amit Shah also staged a show of strength in the same city.

JNU says students spreading mininformation, face-off continues

 The face-off between the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration and the agitating students continued on Tuesday, with the university expressing shock at the "misinformation" being spread by the students community.

Snapchat 'Spectacles' now available in US

The much-anticipated video recording 'Spectacles' from photo-sharing service Snapchat is now available online for users in the US at $129.99.

Sonia not in Rae Bareli campaign schedule

 Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who has not campaigned in the ongoing Uttar Pradesh elections, didn't figure in the party's campaign schedule for Tuesday -- the last day to seek votes for the fourth phase of balloting on Thursday.

Work set to start on 14 km Zoji La tunnel -- South Asia's longest

Crossing the tough, and perennially snow-bound Zoji la Pass in Jammu and Kashmir will become easier in the near future with construction set to begin in May on a 14.1-km-long, state-of-the-art tunnel. The project could take up to seven years to complete.

Young designers go 'desi' with inspirations (Lifestyle Feature)

The continued efforts of veteran designers like Ritu Kumar, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Wendell Rodricks to bring Indian textiles to the fashion forefront is motivating younger talent to value the country's rich handloom heritage instead of looking abroad for inspiration.

It's rightists vs left-liberals in media slugfest

A major reason the media is being targeted by right-wing establishments in both India and the US is the belief among the "official" ideologues that large sections of the newspapers, magazines and TV channels are dominated by left-liberals, a legacy of Nehruvian times.

Key Indian equity market indices open higher

Taking a cue from positive investments sentiment, the key Indian equity market indices opened higher on Friday.

Twitter announces partnership with FilmFare, Jio

Micro-blogging website Twitter announced a partnership with Jio Filmfare Awards through Twitter Amplify, a content sponsorship package that will enable the brands to extend their presence to targeted social media audiences in India.

Innocent Hearts organises "Show and Tell" activity

Kids of INNOKIDS- the Pre- Primary wing of Innocent Hearts SchoolShowed Their Talent in“Show and Tell” Activity

Pakistani court allows channels to show Indian movies

The Lahore High Court has allowed private channels to show Indian movies as per their terms of agreements with Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra).

Equities close flat ahead of macro-data release

Mumbai, Feb 13 (IANS) Indian equities markets closed on a flat-to-positive note on Monday as positive global cues and inflow of foreign funds buoyed investors' sentiments.

Modi inducted corrupt leaders in BJP: Rahul

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had embraced corrupt leaders who were kicked out of the Congress.

Humbling to share design journey at Harvard Business School: Manish Malhotra

 Manish Malhotra, who has been credited with setting many fashion trends via Bollywood films, has been invited to share his design journey at the 2017 edition of the India Conference at Harvard Business School. The designer says he is humbled and blessed to be given this opportunity.