Shekhar Thakran | Tuesday December 6, 2016
The 'Dirty COW' vulnerability could potentially give root access of a device to the attacker within a matter of seconds.
World News | Reuters | Wednesday November 23, 2016
Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico told journalists they were "dirty, anti-Slovak prostitutes" on Wednesday when asked about allegations that public procurement rules had been broken for cultural events marking Slovakia's European Union presidency.
Shekhar Thakran | Wednesday November 9, 2016
Linux kernel flaw 'Dirty COW' can potentially give root access of the users' device to hacker within five seconds of exploitation.
Indo-Asian News Service | Monday November 7, 2016
Union Food and Public Distribution Ministry has come up with a plan to make street food areas hygienic, clean and equipped with basic facilities, it was announced on Friday.
Delhi News | Associated Press | Saturday November 5, 2016
Even for a city considered one of the world's most polluted, the capital hit a new low this past week.
Indians Abroad | Press Trust of India | Thursday November 3, 2016
An Indian-origin Democrat running for a local office has been targeted by Florida Republicans in an unusual attack -- a flyer saying he has a lot in common with their own presidential nominee Donald Trump like "scandal, dirty deals and disdain for women".
India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday November 1, 2016
Pummeled with serious questions about the killing of eight terror suspects of the Students' Islamic Movement of India or SIMI in Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today accused opposition parties of "dirty politics" over the killing of men he described as "dreaded terrorists".
Shekhar Thakran | Monday October 24, 2016
Linux users have been warned to patch their servers to avoid being vulnerable to the dated kernel flaw dubbed as Dirty COW.
India News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Monday October 24, 2016
Mulayam Singh Yadav's tight-rope act this morning included asserting that son Akhilesh will not be removed as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, while praising younger brother Shivpal, who, he said, was owed a hug. The jury is still out on whether the balance he sought was accomplished - all parties have said they are injured after a meeting where th...
World News | Sulome Anderson, Foreign Policy | Wednesday October 12, 2016
A handcuffed man sits on a dirty couch in a small room. The walls are painted a sickly, pale yellow that is even less appealing in the harsh fluorescent lighting. Two fighters and an officer clad in green camouflage stand by, watching.
Delhi News | Press Trust of India | Sunday October 2, 2016
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today claimed that all "efficient and honest" officers working with the AAP government were being marked and removed systematically and termed it as "dirty politics".
World News | Katie Mettler, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 28, 2016
When officials found the 71-year-old Indiana man in late May, he was sitting on the front porch of his Greenwood home on Paradise Court, covered in feces, wearing a dirty shirt and a soiled adult diaper. He weighed 100 pounds.
India News | Written by Pallava Bagla | Wednesday September 28, 2016
More than 90 per cent people on Planet Earth breathe dirty air and 6.5 million people die due to conditions caused by air pollution, says a new report by the World Health Organisation or WHO
ANI | Tuesday September 27, 2016
"It wasn't ever difficult being Victoria, it was just creating. And the joy of creating is the truest joy. I don't enjoy being told what to do. I'm not that kind of actor. I'm a thinking actor. I need to work with people who have the ability to do that," said Priyanka
Indians Abroad | Press Trust of India | Monday September 19, 2016
A 51-year-old former British soldier has been jailed for 10 months for racially abusing his women Sikh neighbours by calling them "ISIS slags" and "dirty Pakis".
Kolkata News | ANI | Wednesday September 14, 2016
Mocambo Manager Ashish Malik today said the restaurant doesn't believe in discrimination, while asserting that the driver who had come along with a woman was 'dirtily dressed'.
India News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 12, 2016
Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his expensive monogrammed suit as he said that he does not visit the farmers as he fears that his suit might get dirty.
Reuters | Friday August 26, 2016
Questions over the exact provenance of bedsheets sold by Welspun India to America's middle classes have not only wiped $740 million off the firm's market value, but also revived one of Indian manufacturing's enduring headaches: quality.
World News | Reuters | Thursday August 25, 2016
The only dam in this small-scale farming community in eastern Zimbabwe used to provide water for both people and cattle. Now, dried to a dirty puddle, it is a source of competition rather than refreshment.
Wednesday August 24, 2016
The rollout of the nation's biggest 4G broadband network, Reliance Jio, has forged a hardcore fight between the company, which is controlled by billionaire Mukesh Ambani, and all other telecoms in India.
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday August 19, 2016
The National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the West Bengal government over reports of an NGO finding some mentally-challenged men and women patients lying naked on dirty floor at a government hospital on Independence Day.
World News | Patrick Malone | Thursday August 4, 2016
The clandestine group's goal was clear: Obtain the building blocks of a radioactive "dirty bomb" - capable of poisoning a major city for a year or more - by openly purchasing the raw ingredients from authorized sellers inside the United States.
Agence France-Presse | Friday July 29, 2016
India is home to the world’s largest number of stunted children due to a lack of toilets, dirty water and poor hygiene, according to a new study published on Tuesday. Despite high economic growth in recent years, India has more stunted children than Nigeria, Pakistan, China and the Republic of Congo combined, with 48 million under the age of five...
India News | Reported by Smitha TK, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Thursday July 28, 2016
Six months ago, cattle grazed a litter-infested field on which stood a dirty make-shift structure in Rameshwaram. It was the temporary memorial for former president APJ Abdul Kalam - put on freeze following a controversy over the handover of the land.
India News | Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Saturday July 23, 2016
Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj gave an unequivocal response to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today, accusing his government of "the unabashed embrace of terrorism", the use of "dirty money" and the unleashing the recent violence in Jammu and Kashmir where nearly 50 people have died and 3,000 been injured in clashes after the shooting of 22-...
Opinion | Ashutosh | Tuesday July 5, 2016
Your dirty tricks can't scare us. You can send us all to jail, but that will not weaken our resolve to change the system.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday June 29, 2016
Like neurotic parents, Argentines swung from criticism to unconditional love for their star footballer Lionel Messi this week, providing the soccer-mad nation's many therapists with rich material for psychoanalysis.
Indians Abroad | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 14, 2016
A teaching module published by a leading Malaysian university which depicted Hindus in India as unclean and dirty has generated a controversy and outraged the minority community in the Muslim-majority country.
CarAndBike Team | Tuesday June 14, 2016
Royal Enfield has unveiled two factory-built custom bikes at the Wheels & Waves custom bike show in Biarritz, France. This is the first time Royal Enfield has built anything like these two bikes - each unique in their own right. One is a tribute to off-road machines while the second is a dragster inspired custom.
Press Trust of India | Saturday June 11, 2016
"With every film you have hopes. I see hits and flops as part of career. It is not possible to have only hit or flop films. I don't think there is a need to resurrect my career in any way," said Vidya Balan