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  • Facebook CEO to visits IIT Delhi WIP

    The CEO flew to India to hold a Q&A at a town hall for students of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi on Wednesday where he interacted with students and faculty members and spoke for about 15 minutes before answering questions from the audience for an hour...

    "I’ll be answering questions submitted from across our community as well as the audience here in India," said Zuckerberg on his official Facebook page...

  • India 148 in FIFA ranking, but fans lure investors and the Ronaldinhos

    KOLKATA: In April, a bunch of pre-teens from Bangalore flew across India to play a few football matches with kids their age in Kolkata, the unusualness of the event reflecting the country’s growing appetite for the sport...

    Indian football peaked in 1956, when striker Neville D’Souza scored a hat-trick at the Melbourne Olympics – the first Asian to do so in the Summer Games – and took India to the semis...

  • India tops ranking for selfie deaths

    These are just three of the ways that 76 selfie-takers in India have lost their lives, according to a study published by US-based Carnegie Mellon University and Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi...

    In the quest for the coolest selfie, more people have died in India in the past two years than the total number of selfie-related deaths in the rest of the world, according to the study titled “Me, myself and my...

  • India beat New Zealand to win Test series, reclaim top ranking

    KOLKATA: India's bowlers propelled the hosts to a comprehensive 178-run win over New Zealand in the second Test Monday, to clinch the series and reclaim the top spot in the world rankings...

    Chasing 376 runs for victory, New Zealand were bowled out for 197 in the final session on the fourth day in Kolkata, with India's Mohammed Shami, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja taking three wickets each...

  • India’s press freedom ranking falls due to media bribery scandal

    WASHINGTON: A recently undercover bribery scandal indicating that some of India’s largest media groups are ready to accept bribes in order to favour the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the upcoming 2019 election campaign has brought down India’s press freedom index rankings, international media advocacy group Reporters Without Borders reported on Wednesday...

    Cobrapost, an investigative news website, named its undercover...

  • Harmony through food: Pakistan-India cookbook wins at Gourmand Awards 2015

    If there is one thing that brings all of us together, it’s food— and this was proven at the 2015 Gourmand Awards when a Pakistani-Indian cookbook Zaiqay Frontier Kay— Dera Ismail Khan Kay Bulay Bisray Pakwan won the World Cookbook award in 'Cookbook For Peace: India-Pakistan' category...

    Speaking about the book’s recognition internationally, Aman said: "This cookbook is no way a mere collection of recipes but rather a tribute to the...

  • 41 tigers dead in India in 2015: Wildlife groups

    NEW DELHI: Conservationists say at least 41 tigers have died in the first seven months of this year despite awareness campaigns across India to save the big cats...

    India's National Tiger Conservation Authority and the wildlife group TRAFFIC say only seven of the tigers died from natural causes, one was killed by authorities and the rest were illegally poached between January and August...

  • Pakistan and India's 2015 journey: From nightmare to 'breakthrough'

    As if by magic, the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference in Islamabad earlier this month turned out to be a deux machina for Pakistan and India...

    On November 9, Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Sartaj Aziz and India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj issued a joint statement to pave the way for resumption of bilateral talks, and added a new shibboleth to the voluminous Indo-Pakistan literature on diplomacy – ‘comprehensive bilateral...

  • HWL 2015: Pakistan, India put on a show in exciting draw

    In the most exciting match of the Hockey World League semi-finals, Pakistan and India shared the spoils with a 2-2 finish in Antwerp on Friday...

    Pakistan captain Mohammad Imran scored twice and India's Ramandeep Singh hit back with a brace in a match described as the “best of the tournament” by Pakistan Head Coach Shahnaz Sheikh in the post-game press conference...

  • Apple opens map development office in India's Hyderabad

    NEW DELHI: Apple said Thursday it will open a development office in Hyderabad, as its chief executive Tim Cook continued his India charm offensive with an investment boon to one of the country's top technology hubs...

    It pits Apple against Google, which has made maps a key focus of its attempt to forge inroads in India, a vast but largely untapped Internet market where almost a billion people are still not online...

  • 'India-backed' terrorist group busted in Hyderabad, police claim

    Hyderabad police on Friday claimed to have busted a gang which was reportedly getting funding from India to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and target security personnel in Sindh...

    Hyderabad DIG Javed Alam Odho and SSP Pir Mohammad Shah held a joint press conference to share the details of the suspected terrorist group with the media...

  • Raza, Nouman clinch ranking tennis titles

    KARACHI: Raza Sawani beat Vinod Das to win the men’s singles title while Nouman Aftab clinched the U-16 title by outplaying Zubair Raja on the final day of the prestigious Third Indus Pharma Open National Tennis which concluded at the Karachi Club on Thursday...

    Amin Shafi won the U-14 title while Abdullah Khan prevailed over Yahya Ehtisham
  • Pakistan boxer Waseem maintains ranking in Panama fight

    Pakistani boxer Mohammad Waseem on Sunday maintained his position as World Boxing Council's (WBC) number one and undefeated Silver Flyweight champion by defeating Panama's Carlos Melo...

    Quetta-born Waseem knocked out his rival Melo in the first round after throwing punches relentlessly, marking the eighth consecutive victory of his professional career
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