Sanaullah Ranjay, the Pakistani prisoner who was hit on the head with a hammer by another inmate in a Jammu jail, died in a Chandigarh hospital today. India has assured Pakistan that it would make all necessary arrangements to facilitate his body be sent back home.
NDTVSports | Thursday May 9, 2013
Manchester United has produced several stellar players through the course of its illustrious history of 138 years. One man - a coach - has however been the most iconic for the club and has taken it through unscaled heights of footballing excellence.
CricketNDTV (with inputs from IANS) | Monday April 29, 2013
The latest star on the cricket horizon is Kerala's teenage sensation Sanju Samson and his middle name - Viswanath - is not known to many. For the 18-year-old Sanju, after his dream debut for Rajasthan Royals last week in the Indian Premier League (IPL), the name Viswanath has however started to gain significance.
Shamshad Begum, a pioneer of Bollywood's music fraternity and the voice behind some of it's most memorable hits, died in Mumbai after a long illness.
On his company's website, there is no photograph of Sudipto Sen. The message-from-the-CMD page is dominated by a big picture of a chair with a speech bubble pointing to it. The chair is empty; this man is missing even here.
Justice Jagdish Sharan Verma was the architect of a report that became instrumental in shaping a new, stronger anti-rape law in the country.
Pran Kishan Sikand, perhaps the only Bollywood actor to have shattered stereotype by playing villains and good guys with equal ease and success, was famous for his style and sophistication.
Agence France-Presse | Monday April 8, 2013, London
Margaret Thatcher dies: Margaret Thatcher, Britain's first female prime minister, who died on Monday aged 87, will be remembered as "The Iron Lady" who helped end the Cold War and whose economic reforms divided the country.
NDTV.com | Tuesday April 2, 2013
India's first boxer to win an Olympic medal, Vijender Singh has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Here are 10-point highlights that define the star pugilist.
She often uses her status of a monk to political advantage. Yet she is not the calm monk. Uma Bharti is fiery, she is unpredictable - she can be overtly coy, moody and playful in quick succession.