articles by Aishwarya Yerra

World

China: Prosecuters told to fast-track trial of terrorists, extremists

Chinese prosecutors have been asked to fast-track cases involving terrorists, religious extremists and manufacturers of firearms and explosives, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) said.

World

US will use military force where necessary to protect Americans: White House

The US will not hesitate to use military force where necessary to protect Americans, the White House has said

World

Japenese PM sent prayer note to ceremony honouring war criminals

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe earlier this year sent a note to a temple ceremony honouring hundreds of World War II-era war criminals praising their contributions to the country

Politics

Goa CM Manohar Parrikar in a tight spot over state's bikini politics

But judging by the goings-on over the last two months or so, the two-piece bathing accessory now appears to have come to haunt Parrikar's Bharatiya Janata Party-led coalition government

Mumbai

Chabad House reopens six years after 26/11 Mumbai attacks

Nearly six years after it was left scarred and bloodied in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks that forced its closure, Jewish outreach centre Chabad House has sprung back to life.

Entertainment

I eat right to stay fit, reveals Priyanka Chopra

Model-turned-actress Priyanka Chopra says she eats right to stay fit. The 32-year-old former Miss World said the key to fit body is to eat and then work out equally.

India

Repeated stalking drives 2 Haryana girls to suicide

Stressed over repeated stalking by a group of youths, two teenaged girls allegedly committed suicide in Haryana's Rohtak district, police said on Tuesday

World

Japan floods: 51 missing, 39 confirmed dead

Around 3,000 policemen, firemen and troops of the Self-Defence Forces (SDF) are searching for people swept away in rivers and canals, landslides or mud flows.

India

Old building in Srinagar collapses; 6 rescued

The old building was being razed for construction when the crane that was being used to pull it down crashed on the building causing it to collapse, explained the police.

India

Flood threat: 2 rivers in Bihar flowing above danger mark

At 6 am, Ghagra at Darauli, Siwan, was flowing at a level of 61.42 m with rising trend which is 0.60 m above its danger level of 60.82 m and 0.32 m below its previous high flood level of 61.74 m in August 1998

World

Pak media criticises 'hawkish' Modi for cancelling talks

It described New Delhi's move to axe the August 25 talks in Islamabad over firing on the Kashmir border by Pakistani troops as well as the Pakistani envoy's meetings with Kashmiri separatists in New Delhi as "regrettable".

India

Telengana CM meets Singapore's top cops, takes advice on policing

The delegation led by Rao learnt the efficient ways of controlling and preventing the crime and traffic management and the various methods of surveillance, said a statement from the chief minister's office here Friday.

Entertainment

After impressing China, Turkey, Barfi! to release in Japan

The film has released on 10 screens in six Japanese cities - Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Osaka, Kyoto and Fukuoka.

India

Odisha man kills wife after fight over tea

The trouble started Monday morning when accused Mahalia Nayak asked his wife Jhana, one year younger to him, to serve him tea. Enraged by the delay, he had a heated argument with her

Politics

Amit Shah meets Chandrababu Naidu, Pawan Kalyan in Hyderabad

Shah had a breakfast meeting with the president of Telugu Desam Party (TDP). The two leaders understood to have discussed the current political situation and relations between the two parties.

Entertainment

Beiber, bodyguard sued by photographer over tiff in Hawaii

Bodyguard Dwayne Patterson placed Oxman in a chokehold and seriously injured him and damaged his camera during the November incident