Rishi Kapoor, actor who won legion of fans with 'Bobby' & 'Chandni', passes away in Mumbai after a long battle with “Cancer”. Film fraternity mourns his death.
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The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) observed a day-long hunger strike to protest against the non-payment of salaries to employees of colleges funded by the Delhi government.
Many Americans in India who had signed up for airlifts back to the US are now deciding to stay back and "ride it out" during the COVID-19 pandemic
One of the most talented actors of Bollywood, Irrfan Khan passed away at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital in Mumbai.
With a surge in COVID-19 cases, Faridabad has prohibited travel of government employees and laypersons from neighbouring states and districts.
A policeman was injured when some locals allegedly threw stones at the security personnel who were trying to enforce lockdown in an area of Gujarat's Surat city this morning, an official said.
Karan Johar created a series aptly called the ‘Lockdown with the Johars’ on Instagram. The series is infused with various videos that reveal how the Johar family is spending those long hours during the lockdown.
President Donald Trump on Monday dismissed allegations by his opponent Joe Biden that he would try to delay the November election as the United States struggles to quell the coronavirus outbreak.
A team of Lucknow Police officials on Monday visited the residence of Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor to serve her a notice for questioning in connection with an FIR.
The Union Health Ministry on Monday said that sufficient amount of testing kits are available in the country and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) is working as per the need.
Online learning platform Coursera will make 3,800 of its courses available for free to people unemployed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Indian passport services resumed on Monday at a number of centres in Dubai and the Northern Emirates amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Indian Consulate in Dubai announced.
In view of Ramzan, Buddha Purnima, Eid ul-Fitr and Bada Mangal, Lucknow Joint Police Commissioner has banned religious and other gatherings, slaughter of animals and sale and transport of meat under Section 144 of the CrPC.
The intriguing story of Lieutenant Shri Krishna Chanda Welinkar has come to light with the release of archive files by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) in the UK.
Mumbai has recorded a dramatic fall in the number of deaths due to rail and road accidents amid the novel coronavirus-induced lockdown, officials said.
The United States recorded 1,330 more novel coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, according to figures reported late Sunday by the Johns Hopkins University.
A First Information Report was registered against a Facebook page for allegedly circulating a fake news about an encounter between police and terrorists in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir.
U.S. President Donald Trump's suggestion that ultraviolet light could be inserted into coronavirus patients was widely panned on Friday, but a California company thinks it's a perfect solution for decontaminating airplanes.
Delhi Zoo officials stated that Kalpana, a white tigress which died of acute renal failure and other complications related to old age, was found negative for COVID-19.
The government said on Friday the nationwide lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a timely step, without which there would have been an estimated one lakh COVID-19 cases in India by now.