Concern about black money has forced the Finance Minister, to hold a press conference and issue a fresh statement and detailed note on the steps the government is taking. But, that hasn’t appease the opposition or sections of the press.
ABB India had taken decisions that went wrong in the past but also had the resilience to bounce back, its outgoing head Biplab Majumder tells Forbes India
The 11-inch MacBook Air is great to carry around and browse the Web, if you don’t mind the price tag
Like other directors, Miguel Arteta borrowed money to make his first movie, 1997's "Star Maps, which shown at the Sundance Film Festival and launched a career that included independent hits, "The Good Girl" and "Chuck and Buck."
The decision to drop Eden Gardens as host of a high-profile World Cup match has been greeted with dismay in India and prompted calls to give arguably the country's most famous ground another chance.
Security guards, a safe and a trail of false clues are some of the tactics that may be employed by whoever it is making the dress for Kate Middleton's wedding to Britain's Prince William.
Qatar, the 2022 soccer World Cup host, pipped hot favourite France to win the right to stage the 2015 handball world championship, the International Handball Federation (IHF) said on Thursday.
A 450-year-old Madonna and child painting sold for a record USD 16.9 million on Thursday at a Sotheby's sale of Old Master works that saw especially strong prices for religious-themed works.
British police on Thursday charged the stepson of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour for his role in a riot last month where he was photographed swinging from a flag on London's war memorial.
Roger Federer reacted with disdain when asked if Thursday's Australian Open semi-final defeat by Serbia's Novak Djokovic signalled the end of an era in men's tennis.
Actor Charlie Sheen was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital on Thursday morning with severe abdominal pains, celebrity website TMZ.com reported.
A fictional account of the egomaniacal son of Saddam Hussein and a film about two Iranian teenage girls experimenting with sexuality are among the many foreign films winning over audiences at Sundance.
Fresh-faced Canadian teen idol Justin Bieber has teamed up with veteran rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon to make a Best Buy commercial for next month's Super Bowl, the US electronics chain said on Thursday.
Half of men would forgive their female partner's infidelity, as long as it was with another woman, according to a new study on cheating.
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The Supreme Court asked the government on Thursday to probe billion of dollars of illegal funds stashed by Indians abroad, ratcheting up the pressure on the Congress-coalition to fight corruption in high places.
Caroline Wozniacki exits the Australian Open with her world number one ranking intact, but her semi-final surrender to China's Li Na will stand as another missed opportunity to silence her critics with grand slam success.
Organisers of a rebel Indian hockey league are considering legal action against the game's governing body after it ordered member countries to keep their players out of the competition or face Olympic exclusion.
Retail investors have often been caught investing at the peak of bull markets. Latest data shows they are becoming smarter.
Viacom's MTV said on Wednesday it was standing by its controversial teen series "Skins" despite an exit of advertisers, a 50% slump in audience its and calls for a government pornography probe.
Filming of the widely-anticipated "Hobbit" movies will be delayed because director Peter Jackson is recovering from surgery for a perforated ulcer, a spokeswoman said on Thursday.
Japanese movie theaters rang up record ticket sales in 2010, powered by Hollywood 3D blockbusters such as "Avatar" and strong performances by local franchise films, industry data showed on Thursday.
Australian Open men's doubles semi-final results on Thursday.
When the ground shook in India's industrial heartland of Gujarat on a sunny morning a decade ago, crushing homes and killing thousands of people, authorities mounted a largely impressive effort to rebuild.