Updated 10:42 AM Jul 24, 2014

BJP MLA opposes Sania Mirza becoming Telangana brand ambassador, calls her daughter-in-law of Pakistan

Laxman said, "He said, "The Chief Minister should explain why he has chosen Sania Mirza as brand ambassador. This is double standard."

IT giant TCS crosses Rs 5 lakh crore market cap; first by an Indian company

TCS's current market capitalisation is higher than the combined valuation of Infosys, HCL Technologies, Wipro and Tech Mahindra.

Commonwealth Games 2014: Analyzing India's medal prospects

India have sent their largest ever contingent of 215 athletes to participate in 14 sports, but the nation will be hit hard by the scrapping of archery and tennis.

Is Mahendra Singh Dhoni planning to quit Test cricket?

It's unlikely Dhoni will quit all formats together as the BCCI will want him to give time to the new skipper to ease himself into the captain's role.

Upcoming 3D-model to make Noida a world-class city

The 3D model will prove to be a very powerful tool not only for city planning but also for security of the city.

Sex ratio at IIT-Indore hits a new low

Out of 218 students who have been admitted in various courses at IIT-Indore only 34 are girls, a report said.

BHU professor mercilessly thrashes wife in full public view

The man is an associate professor at BHU's Hindi department and has been taken into police custody after the matter came to light.

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