US, UK, Australian officials’ phones hacked by Pak military
US, UK, Australian officials' phones hacked by Pak military


US, UK, Australian officials’ phones hacked by Pak military. A surveillance operation was allegedly conducted by the Pakistan military which collected data from UK, US and Australian officials and diplomats. Researchers from a US based mobile security company, Lookout found Western officials were unintentionally caught up in a data-gathering operation. For collecting data, it used

Indian team bows out of Uber Cup after being blanked 0-5 by Japan Indian team bows out of Uber Cup after being blanked 0-5 by Japan

BANGKOK: Saina Nehwal squandered four match points in her singles matach as a young Indian women team bowed out of the Uber Cup Final after being hammered 0-5 by five-time champions Japan in a group A match, here on Wednesday. India had won two bronze medals in the last edition but the team without top

Walking, cycling to work may lower heart disease, stroke risk Walking, cycling to work may lower heart disease, stroke risk

London: People who walk or cycle to work have a significantly lower risk of death due to heart disease or stroke, compared to those who commute by car, a study has found. Physical activity, including less vigorous forms such as walking and cycling, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, but despite this well-known benefit, levels

India 145th among 195 countries in healthcare access and quality India 145th among 195 countries in healthcare access and quality

New Delhi – India ranks 145th among 195 countries in terms of quality and accessibility of healthcare, behind its neighbours like China, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Bhutan, according to a Lancet study. The Global Burden of Disease study, however, mentioned that India has seen improvements in healthcare access and quality since 1990.In 2016, India’s healthcare access

World needs to care for Rohingya refugees: Priyanka Chopra

World needs to care for Rohingya refugees: Priyanka Chopra. Actress Priyanka Chopra, who is also the global UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Child Rights, on Tuesday urged her fans and followers to care for and support the Rohingya refugees. Priyanka, who is on a field visit in Dhaka, on Monday visited Cox’s Bazaar, one of the

Meet Gobind Singh Deo, The First Sikh Cabinet Minister Of Malaysia
Meet Gobind Singh Deo, The First Sikh Cabinet Minister Of Malaysia

Meet Gobind Singh Deo, The First Sikh Cabinet Minister Of Malaysia. Gobind Singh Deo, an Indian-origin Sikh politician in Malaysia was sworn in as a Cabinet Minister in the Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed led-government on Monday. With this, Deo became the first member of the minority community in the country’s history to be appointed as

Lexus LX
Lexus LX 570 On Sale In India For Rs 2.32 Crores

The highest expression of go anywhere performance fused with peerless luxury and urban sophistication roars into India in the form of the Lexus LX 570. The latest addition to the lineup, the LX 570 is equipped with a 5.7-liter V8 engine. The LX 570 sets the benchmark in numerous ways befitting a flagship SUV. The

Pak delegation in US to discuss ‘India’s violation of Indus Waters Treaty’

Pak delegation in US to discuss ‘India’s violation of Indus Waters Treaty’. A four-member Pakistan delegation has arrived in Washington to raise the issue of India’s alleged violation of the Indus Waters Treaty with the World Bank (WB). According to Geo News, the delegation led by Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP) Ashtar Ausaf Ali, will

Centre has almost done away with blacklist of overseas Sikhs: Ram Madhav
Centre has almost done away with blacklist of overseas Sikhs: Ram Madhav

WASHINGTON: The NDA government has almost done away with the blacklist’ of overseas Sikhs which denied them an Indian visa, a senior BJP leader told Sikh community members here. The blacklisted NRI Sikhs are barred from travelling to India due to their alleged ties with Khalistan movement in the 80s and 90s. The list was prepared at

IPL Play-Offs: Chennai, Hyderabad look to seal final berth
IPL Play-Offs: Chennai, Hyderabad look to seal final berth

MUMBAI: An intriguing and no-holds barred battle between two former champions is on the cards when table toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad clash with second placed Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League Qualifier 1 here on Tuesday. A slight net run rate difference separated the two teams which finished the league stage on 18 points. The

Salman turns distributor with 'Race 3'
Salman turns distributor with ‘Race 3’

Superstar Salman Khan will foraying into film distribution with his upcoming Eid release Race 3. Salman started producing films under the Salman Khan Films banner with Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Race 3, jointly produced by Salman Khan Films headed by Salman’s mother Salma Khan, will be distributed by his father Salim Khan, who will personally look into it.Two leading distributors

Reading books to kids gives their brain a boost
Reading books to kids gives their brain a boost

NEW YORK: Parents, please take some time out from your busy schedule to read books to your kids and also engage them in the process. Researchers have found that engaging with children while reading books to them gives their brain a cognitive boost. An important point to note is that while reading to children has many benefits,

Woman survived being aborted after nurse heard her cries from waste bin

Back in 1977, Melissa Ohden was aborted at 8 months. Her mom has used the 5-day saline infusion abortion. But in spite of all those obstacles she survived at a mere 2 pounds 14 ounces struggling from seizures, jaundice and many respiratory complications. It was on the fateful day of August 29, 1977, that her helpless cries from

Jaya Jaitly upset with Priyanka’s ‘British aristocrat’ dress at royal wedding

Jaya Jaitly upset with Priyanka’s ‘British aristocrat’ dress at royal wedding. Former Samata Party president and textile revivalist Jaya Jaitly was disappointed to see that Indian actor Priyanka Chopra opted to dress up like a “British aristocrat” at the royal wedding of Duke and Duchess of Sussex. She says she could have opted for a

China launches relay satellite to explore Moon's far side
China launches relay satellite to explore Moon’s far side

China launches relay satellite to explore Moon’s far side . China successfully launched a relay satellite early today to set up a communication link between the Earth and a planned Chinese lunar exploration mission to explore the Moon’s mysterious far side. Named Queqiao (Magpie Bridge), the 400-kg satellite has a designed life of three years.

India sixth wealthiest country with total wealth of US $8,230 bn
India sixth wealthiest country with total wealth of US $8,230 bn

NEW DELHI: India is the sixth wealthiest country in the world with a total wealth of US $8,230 billion, while the US is the richest nation globally, says a report. According to the AfrAsia Bank Global Wealth Migration Review, the US is the wealthiest country in the world with a total wealth of US $62,584

A year left, NDA govt promises justice to 1984 Sikh riots victims
A year left, NDA govt promises justice to 1984 Sikh riots victims

WASHINGTON: The NDA government has taken steps and “will do its best” to render justice to each and every family that has suffered during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, a senior BJP leader has said. “I stand before you to assure the community that we will do our best to render justice to each and every

UK among biggest markets for Punjabi films: Sargun
UK among biggest markets for Punjabi films: Sargun

Actress Sargun Mehta, who has starred in Punjabi films like “Love Punjab” and “Angrej”, says the UK is one of the biggest markets for the genre. The Punjabi film industry is a growing industry, and we need people to watch, love and support our movies. This is the only way the industry will grow. And I’m happy

Late night meals can increase weight, cholesterol levels
Late night meals can increase weight, cholesterol levels

NEW YORK: Eating late at night could cause several health problems including weight gain and increase in insulin and cholesterol levels, show the initial results of an ongoing study. The findings suggest that eating the last meal of the day before 7 p.m. could help you stay in better health. “We know from our sleep loss

Amritsar artist sketches life like portraits of royal couple

Amritsar artist sketches royal couple: Amritsar based artist, Jagjot Singh Rubal, has painted life like portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who got married on Saturday. Jagjot planned to gift the portraits to the royal couple as a wedding gift. “I want to gift this to the royal couple. I came to know about