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US Stocks sink as Trump worries trigger risk aversion US Stocks US stocks closed sharply lower on Wednesday due to the market concerns on whether the Trump administration could continue to push its economic reform agenda.Read More
Growing intolerance denting India's pluralism: Tarun Gogoi
People in Bihar see NDA as ray of hope: PM Narendra ModiPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the people of Bihar see the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) as a "ray of hope" and it indicates that "people want change".
When Jupiter bumped giant planet out of solar systemAstrophysicists at the University of Toronto have found that a close encounter with Jupiter about fourbillion years ago may have resulted in another planet's ejection from the Solar System altogether.
Ashley Roberts loves playing dress-upSinger Ashley Roberts says one of her favourite things about being in the pop group Pussycat.Dolls was being able to play dress-up with lots of cool clothes.
England batsman Joe Root back as No.1 ranked Test batsman England batsman Joe Root has regained the No.1 ranking while Pakistani wrist spinner Yasir Shah has become the second highest-ranked bowler in the world in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) Test player rankings released on Tuesday.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot continues to shrink: NASA
Kerala painter's work on Oz history lauded Down UnderA Kerala painter has created history Down Under through his unique painting "Pride of Australia" in which 50 eminent Australian personalities are depicted on a single canvas.
Ebola treatment beds prevented 40,000 deaths in Sierra Leone
Nepal PM Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli takes oath, forms small cabinet Barely three weeks after a democratic federal constitution was promulgated in Nepal, Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli was on Monday sworn-in as the new prime minister heading an eight-member cabinet.
Microsoft launches public cloud services from local data centresRedmond-based technology major Microsoft on Tuesday launched its public cloud services from local data centres which will aid business and organisations to fuel inclusive growth and spur innovation.

Chinese president Xi Jinping wraps up US tripChinese President Xi Jinping left here for Beijing on Monday after concluding his first state visit to the US and first appearance at the UN headquarters.
Salman dodges question on AishwaryaActor Salman Khan dodged a query about his former girlfriend Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's special appearance on his show during a press event for upcoming TV show "Big Boss".
Cuoco, Sweeting 'seemed miserable' on date nightsActress Kaley Cuoco and tennis player Ryan Sweeting reportedly "seemed miserable" before their decision to part ways, even during romantic nights out.
New 'super-material' discovered by Chinese scientistsChinese scientists have discovered a "super material" that is as light as a balloon yet strong as metal, the media reported on Sunday.
Mark Zuckerberg changes Facebook profile picture to support 'Digital India'Ahead of his interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg changed his profile picture to support 'Digital India'. Within minutes, Modi too changed his picture to thank him.
PM Narendra Modi meets Bhutan PM, Sri Lanka president
Fighting India go down to IranThe Indian basketball team produced a superb fight-back before going down 66-88 to defending champions Iran in their second Group A match at the 28th FIBA Asia Championship here on Thursday.
'RBI to issue draft report on relaxing external borrowings'Economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das on Wednesday said the Reserve Bank of India would soon issue a draft report on liberalising External Commercial Borrowings (ECBs) on which the government was holding discussions with the RBI.
Does One Direction's new album diss at Zayn Malik?