Samsung Galaxy F or Galaxy X, which is the foldable phone, could be launched for $1700 plus, indicates a report from South Korea
Harikumar was accused of pushing a 32-year-old man named Sanal in front ofa moving vehicle following an altercation.
Police have registered at least five FIRs against Armymen in West Kameng district after soldiers of 2 AS allegedly vandalised premises of a police station,…
The craze around the newly opened structure has resulted in several people stopping by at the Signature Bridge to take photographs near the entry and exit points, after parking their vehicles in the middle of the bridge.
Aashish Satpute, lawyer for the commission, exhibited these details. In a few images, Dabhade’s photographs are placed along with Hindutva leaders Sambhaji Bhide, Milind Ekbote and Dhananjay Desai.
Total 26 films from Australia are being screened at KIFF, including an eight-film retrospective on Philip Noyce and a Contemporary Australian Cinema section.
Type 1 diabetics need to find a fine balance between taking 3-6 daily injections, testing blood glucose at least 5-10 times a day, eating right and exercising to maintain blood glucose levels in the optimal range to survive each day at a time.
Ajay Chautala faction is likely to take disciplinary action against his opponents in the party during Jind meeting, if the differences are not resolved in the political family by then.
BJP spokesperson Bharat Pandya said that the goodwill meetings, which will continue till November 22, were in furtherance of the “BJP’s tradition of organising goodwill meeting every year after Diwali”.
Whitaker is "committed to following all appropriate processes,'' including consulting with senior ethics officials about his "oversight responsibilities and matter that may warrant recusal,'' Justice…
As a writer and editor, Stan Lee was key to the ascension of Marvel into a comic book titan in the 1960s when in collaboration with others he created superheroes who would enthrall generations of young readers.
The state education department is blaming the ‘no-detention policy’ under Right to Education Act (RTE) due to which no student is detained or failed till Class VIII.