Hillary Clinton, entangled in an email controversy, has long dismissed the uproar as a manufactured imbroglio. But faced with eroding support, the Democratic presidential frontrunner recognises she must now humbly explain herself.
India's telecom regulator has suggested that cellphone carriers should compensate customers for call drops and poor service quality amid an alarming rate of service failures that even has Prime Minister Narendra Modi vexed.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday uploaded admit cards for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) examination which is scheduled to take place across the country and abroad on September 20.
An arms depot explosion in Yemen has killed 22 soldiers from the United Arab Emirates, in the country's heaviest loss since joining an Arab coalition battling Shiite rebels, military sources said today.
Terming mental health as an important aspect of human rights, acting Chairman of NHRC Justice Cyriac Joseph today voiced concern over "non-utilisation" of funds by state governments for various programmes in the area.
A special court today set September 21 for hearing the CBI's reply on former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda's plea seeking summoning of former prime minister Manmohan Singh in the coal block allocation case involving Jindal Steel.
One of India's key missile testing facilities - Wheeler Island - located off the coast of Odisha, will be named after President APJ Abdul Kalam, whose death in July this year triggered a nationwide outpouring of grief, the government has said.
Many doctors working in India's "profit driven" private hospitals are under pressure to carry out unnecessary and "risky" tests and procedures to meet revenue targets, a report published in The BMJ journal has claimed.
The PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir has ordered 100 new Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) for legislators at a whopping cost of over Rs 11 crore, even as the state is grappling with paucity of funds to rehabilitate the victims of last year's floods.