Nearly 48 hours after a massive landslide hit Malin, a village located 120 kilometres from Pune in Maharashtra, 60 bodies have been recovered.
A branch of large, lumbering dinosaurs shrank over just 50 million years of evolution to become today's modern birds, a study showed on Thursday.
The Opposition today created ruckus in Rajya Sabha over the issue of regional language aspirants having a disadvantage in Civil Services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) leading to two adjournments during Question Hour.
The Enforcement Directorate has filed a preliminary investigation into allegations of cheating and criminal breach of trust in a case filed by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy.
Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have unexpectedly discovered the most distant galaxy that acts as a cosmic magnifying glass.
US Republicans on Thursday scrapped a congressional vote on a measure to deal with an influx of thousands of Central American children, but could reverse that decision before departing for a five-week break.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged to strike hard against graft in the military, urging soldiers to banish corrupt practices and ensure their loyalty to the ruling Communist Party, state media reported on Friday.
Japan said on Friday that it will name five uninhabited islands as part of a group in the East China Sea, a move likely to spark anger from other claimants China and Taiwan.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf appealed for more doctors and supplies to help West African nations battle an outbreak of deadly Ebola, warning on Thursday the crisis was "nearing a catastrophe."
Canada's top court on Thursday quashed evidence from a police sting that helped secure guilty verdicts against a man tried for the murders of his twin daughters a ruling which now casts hundreds of convictions in doubt.
It will be a partly cloudy Friday in Delhi with the possibility of light rain and thunderstorm in some parts of the city, the Met Office said.
US President Barack Obama has nominated yet another Indian-American counsel to the key post of US District Court judge for Washington DC.
Osaka police in Tokyo have admitted they did not report more than 81,000 offences over a period of several years in a desperate bid to clean up the region's woeful reputation for street crime.
A Sudanese Christian woman -- sentenced to death for renouncing Islam but acquitted after international pressure on Khartoum -- has arrived in the United States with her family.
A 72-hour Gaza ceasefire period began on Friday, the most ambitious attempt so far to end more than three weeks of fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Hamas Islamist-dominated enclave.