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Australia to import Indian mangoes for first time

The Australian Mango Industry Association's Robert Gray said Indian mangoes would be imported when the native season was over.

After 41 days, TN farmers in Delhi temporarily call off protests after CM's assurance

They, however, warn that they will resume their protests on May 25 at Jantar Mantar if their demands are not met.

Bopanna-Cuevas win Monte Carlo Masters title

The Indo-Uruguyan duo dominated the tie-breaker right from the start, opening up a comfortable 6-0 lead before Feliciano and Marc reduced the gap to 8-4.

Poll panel to buy more than 16 lakh VVPATs machines from two PSUs

The decision came in the wake of allegations of EVM-tampering by various opposition parties

This time, people were forced to SIT for national anthem! SpiceJet goofs up landing playlist

The national anthem was reportedly played when passengers were strapped to their seats, during landing.

Fur coat worn by Titanic survivor auctioned in Britain for over $230,000

Mabel Bennett, a stewardess on board the Titanic, grabbed the full length coat for protection, and survived the sinking ship.

Indian Army's BRO loses civil infra projects due to delays

The cabinet note has also suggested that the BRO adopt new technologies and also urgently resize its strength.

Visually-challenged business achiever Srikanth Bolla eyes higher Forbes ranking

The 25-year-old Srikanth, is now heads a Rs 30 crore ($4.6 million) company.

Will home delivery of petrol and diesel, soon become a reality?

The ministry is considering various available options for delivering petrol and diesel to people's doorstep.

Are 'diet' soft drinks as healthy as they claim to be? This research says otherwise

However, the researchers also emphasised that normal soft drinks were no better.

Puducherry shocker: Man chops father and nephew into pieces over property dispute, arrested

The man’s mother helped him in cutting up the bodies. Both were arrested on Thursday.

India joins exclusive club: Navy successfully test-fires land-attack BrahMos missile

So far, the Navy had fired only anti-ship version of the BrahMos.

‘Retweet only stories put out by network’: Times Television issues bizarre social media rules

According to the new guidelines, journalists are not even allowed to promote their own stories.

The World Health Minute: India’s ratio of young women to drop, trans women fight for survival in Tanzania

South India’s scorching drought forces farmers into debt bondage, it's false to believe antibiotic resistance is only a problem in hospitals, and more.

World's largest rodent gives birth in British zoo

Capybaras are often referred to as giant guinea pigs and are found living in small herds on grasslands.

How can you make Aadhaar mandatory for PAN cards: SC asks govt

The bench will hear arguments on the plea challenging the government’s move to make Aadhaar mandatory for PAN cards on April 25.

Ex-BJP MP takes blame off Advani, says it was he who incited frenzied mob to raze Babri

"He had no role in this incident," said Vedanti.

Birth control pills basically make women feel like crap, a new study says

Contraceptives negatively affect the mood, general sense of well being, self-control and energy levels of women, the researchers found.

We can't order UK to return Kohinoor diamond: SC

The bench further said: "Can we say England should not auction some property."

Baahubali actor Sathyaraj expresses regret, says he's not against people of Karnataka

He however said he will continue to fight for the rights of Tamils.

Tarun Vijay's 'racist' comments follow him to Pondicherry Uni, protesting students evicted

Slogans of "Down down Tarun Vijay" echoed in the auditorium.