Celebrities in Mumbai are caught up in a new “electricity bill” muddle.
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Here’s a list of companies that are planning to halt spending on social media.
Delhi recorded 2,084 fresh coronavirus cases on Monday taking the infection tally in the city to over 85,000, while the death count from the disease mounted to 2,680, authorities said.
Sweet-loving Bengalis have something to cheer about in COVID-19 time as the West Bengal government decided to come out with a 'sandesh' which will increase immunity.
PepsiCo Inc will stop advertising on Facebook Inc, according to FOX Business Network.
A video of a 34-year-old man which includes a recorded message for his father from a hospital in Hyderabad has gone viral.
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday hit out at the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh for its decision to start classes for MBBS students, saying it can jeopardise the safety of the students.
The Karnataka government on Saturday issued an order, directing private hospitals to not deny treatment to patients with coronavirus and those with COVID-19 like symptoms.
Markets regulator Sebi on Thursday decided to ease pricing framework for preferential allotment with a view to easing fundraising for companies.
Karnataka's Commercial Taxes Department has sealed off an undeclared warehouse with imported goods worth₹4 crore in Bengaluru and found 60 GST registrations linked to a Chinese national from Wuhan.
A Special CBI court trying the 1992 Babri mosque demolition case on Thursday recorded the statements of two accused in the case and summoned a third one for the deposition by him.
One such story is that of Shardul Kunal Pandit- an aspiring actor. He spoke to Times of India and revealed that he has returned to Indore, back to his hometown as he was financially struggling.
Over 30 personnel attached to Naval Air Station INS Parundu in Tamil Nadu's Ramanathapuram have tested positive for COVID-19.
Unilever plans to rename Fair & Lovely, a melanin-suppressing face cream that’s one of its best-sellers in India, as the backlash against branding that trades off racial stereotypes spreads beyond the U.S.
The private sector will now be allowed to carry out space activities like building of rockets, satellites and providing launch services, ISRO chief K Sivan said today.
Google said it is focusing on three areas: Expanding direct support for small businesses, helping people get digital skills for the economic recovery, and working to make the recovery inclusive
Pakistan-based Sumaila and a resident of Jalandhar Kamal Kalyan, who got engaged online in 2018, have sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention in securing visas for Sumaila and her family members for their wedding.
The class 10 board exams have begun today in Karnataka despite safety concerns. Around 8,48,203 students are appearing for the SSLC exam across 2,879 centres.
The United Nations chief criticised the total lack of international coordination in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic and warned that the go-it-alone policy of many countries will not defeat the coronavirus.
Winona Ryder recalls how her 30-year-old friendship with co-star Keanu Reeves began on the sets of ‘Dracula.’