THE BIG story
'Duty of all citizens to promote harmony': Munawar Faruqui’s bail plea rejected by Madhya Pradesh HC
The court concluded that there was prima facie evidence to suggest that Faruqui had intended to outrage religious feelings 'under the garb of stand-up comedy'
Economic Survey to be presented in Parliament tomorrow; all you need to about FinMin's flagship report on economy
The Economic Survey 2021 is of particular significance as it during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is likely to outline plans to put the economy back on track
Pearl, the South Asia bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, was abducted and beheaded while he was in Pakistan investigating a story on the links between the ISI and Al-Qaeda
Indians are among the biggest beneficiaries of the Obama-era rule which allowed H-4 visa holders to legally seek employment in the US, according to a report
India scored 40 points in the index which uses a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 is 'highly corrupt' and 100 is 'very clean'. A total of 180 countries were featured in the index
India, Germany, Brazil and Japan, who formed the G4 bloc to press for their inclusion as permanent UNSC members, have been calling for a "decisive push" for the long-delayed reforms
Sri Lanka Cricket's selection committee chairman Ashantha de Mel quits after 2-0 Test series sweep by England
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) said in a statement that Ashantha has resigned from the post with immediate effect, citing personal reasons.
Princepal Singh’s confidence, range improving, but unlikely to get ‘significant minutes’, says G League Ignite coach Brian Shaw
Ignite's coach Brian Shaw says Princepal Singh's confidence, stamina, strength, and range have grown since he joined the G League team, but says he is unlikely to get 'significant minutes' on the court for the team.
Serie A: Cristiano Ronaldo broke coronavirus travel restrictions with trip to a mountain resort, say reports
Juventus striker Ronaldo allegedly travelled to Courmayeur, 150 kilometres north-west of the Serie A club's Turin headquarters, for his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez' birthday.
Farmers' protest in UP's Baghpat ends days after R-Day violence; police used lathicharge, claim protesters
The farmers accused the UP Police of resorting to lathicharge to clear the sit-in late on Wednesday night, however, police claimed the protest ended after a consensus was reached through talks
Curbing TV programmes which incite violence as important as providing 'lathis' to policemen: SC tells Centre
The top court also slammed the Centre for 'doing nothing' to curb hate news while hearing a batch of pleas on the TV coverage of the Tablighi Jamaat congregation during the onset of the COVD-19 pandemic
Lokuhettige was found guilty on all three counts after being formally charged in November 2019 before a three-member tribunal, the International Cricket Council said.
Addressing the WEF summit at Davos through video conferencing, the prime minister said that India is amongst the countries that have successfully controlled the coronavirus
Special international flights have been operating under the Vande Bharat Mission since May and under bilateral "air bubble" arrangements with selected countries since July
Earlier in the day, doctors carried out a series of medical tests on Ganguly, who was hospitalised on Wednesday for the second time in a month, because of a cardiac condition.
The anal swabs method 'can increase the detection rate of infected people' as traces of the virus linger longer in the anus than in the respiratory tract, a senior doctor from Beijing, told CCTV
Sky remains the front-runner to secure them, having shown most of England's tours over the past three decades, the report stated.
Pakistan vs South Africa: Spinners trigger late collapse for Proteas on Day 3 as hosts regain control of first Test
South Africa, who had been bowled out for 220 in the first innings after electing to bat, reached 187/4 at stumps with two days to play.
India vs England: Ex-coach Andy Flower says visitors have ‘formidable players’ to get into winning positions
He was obviously referring to the likes of skipper Joe Root along with the pace duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad, and not to forget that powerhouse of all-round talent called Ben Stokes.