Pro-Trump supporters swarm US Capitol in attempt to overturn election results; four dead, dozens arrested
In Photos: Pro-Trump supporters swarm US Capitol in attempt to overturn election results; one woman dead, dozens arrested
Christmas festivities began Friday, with hundreds of millions across the world under coronavirus restrictions celebrating a pared-down version of a holiday typically marked by travel and large gatherings
J&K receives heavy snowfall; arterial Jammu-Srinagar highway closes after rainfall causes landslides
While two to three inches of snow had accumulated in Srinagar by daybreak, the hilly areas of the Kashmir Valley received snowfall between one foot to two feet
Bharat Bandh tomorrow: Opposition, transporters' union back farmers protesting against Centre's agri laws
Thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana and neighbouring states have been protesting at various borders of the National Capital for 12 days, demanding that the Centre's three new agriculture laws be repealed.
Farmers' protest: After days of clashes, hundreds of farmers gather at Delhi's Burari ground, many still remain out
Thousands of farmers from UP, Haryana, and Punjab were still sitting out at various border points into Delhi for the third consecutive day as authorities blocked entry after allowing few hundreds on Friday
Quinton de Kock, Rahul Chahar shine as Mumbai Indians complete season double against Kolkata Knight Riders
Mumbai Indians handed Kolkata Knight Riders an eight-wicket loss in Abu Dhabi on Friday to register their sixth win in eight games and move to the top of the IPL 2020 points table.
Naomi Osaka defeats Victoria Azarenka in US Open 2020 women's singles final to record third Grand Slam title
Osaka, who had won the same tournament two years ago, bounced back after losing the first set to beat Azarenka 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 in the US Open 2020 women's singles final.
Since the middle of August, fires in California have killed eight people, destroyed more than 3,600 structures, and forced evacuations in communities near the coast, and along the Sierra Nevada
Pranab Mukherjee passes away: Known as a consensus builder, ex-president's exemplary career spanned five decades
Former President Pranab Mukherjee underwent brain surgery at the Army's Research and Referral (R&R) hospital for removal of a clot. He had tested positive for COVID-19 prior to the surgery
Scaled down I-Day celebrations with socially-distanced audience at Red Fort; states unfurl Tricolour to mark occasion
India on Saturday celebrated its 74th Independence Day in a subdued manner due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Over 70 dead, 3,000 injured in Beirut blast; large cache of ammonium nitrate likely cause, say officials
Officials linked the explosion in Beirut to some 2,700 tonnes of confiscated ammonium nitrate that were being stored in a warehouse at the port for six years.
Eid-al-Adha prayers offered at home in parts of India as COVID-19 dampens festivities, hits livestock trade
The usual fervour surrounding Eid al-Adha celebrations was missing on Saturday as the coronavirus pandemic severely hit livestock sale for the festival of sacrifice and forced many to stay at home
Russia holds Victory Day parade at Moscow's Red Square, tri-service contingent of Indian Armed Forces participates
The Victory Day parade normally is held on 9 May, Russia's most important secular holiday, but this year it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After 70 days under lockdown, India is set to open up with the Centre making provisions for relaxing restrictions, with a three-phase plan.
Mumbaikars remain off the streets for Janata curfew, applaud health care workers fighting against coronavirus outbreak
The streets of Mumbai wore a deserted look on Sunday, following the call to observe a 14-hour long Janata curfew given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as part of the social distancing measures to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus pandemic: All workplaces to remain shut in Mumbai, Pune; Italy supasses China in number of deaths
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced about ‘Janata Curfew’ which will be in place on 22 March from 7 am to 9 pm
Holi 2020: India celebrates festival of colours amid coronavirus fears; govt warns against participation in large gatherings
Holi festivities were subdued on Tuesday with fears of the coronavirus putting a damper on the usually boisterous celebration marked by the throwing of coloured powder and dousing with dyed water.
Here are the best photos as Australia defeated India in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup final to clinch their fifth title.
Donald Trump's India visit: POTUS, FLOTUS visit Sabarmati Ashram and Taj Mahal; $3 bn defence deal on anvil, says US president
While speaking at the Motera cricket stadium, Donald Trump promised to settle a three billion dollar defence deal with India during his India visit
Tim Southee, Trent Boult bowl New Zealand to 10-wicket win against India, capping 100 victories in Test cricket
Check out the best photo highlights of fourth day's play of the first Test between New Zealand and India in Wellington