The star-studded wedding of Poorna, the daughter of politician Praful Patel with industrialist Namit Soni was followed up by an equally starry wedding reception ceremony on Saturday night, which was attended by famous celebrities from both Bollywood and sports fields.
While the wedding sangeet was marked with performances by Salman Khan on Swag Se Swagat, Jacqueline Fernandez on Ek Do Teen, Nushrat Bharucha on Dil Chori and Sakshi Dhoni on Mere Khwabon Main Jo Aaye, the wedding reception saw the...
Aam Aadmi Party MLA Chaudhary Fateh Singh from Gokulpur has been accused of acquiring a fake degree in Delhi, police said on Saturday. The AAP MLA has been alleged of forgery of his 12th class and graduate degree.
Two Golakpur residents filed a petition in Delhi's Patiala House Court and demanded to register a case on the MLA under falsification charges.
Looking into the issue, the court ordered police to file a case against the MLA, followed by investigations that will be monitored by the court.
Reliance Power Limited net profit rose by 3 percent to Rs 237 crore ($35 million) from the previous fiscal year for the first quarter ending June 2019, as per the statement released by Reliance Power limited on Saturday. The Net Income for the Fiscal Year 2017-18 was Rs 231 crore.
Though, Reliance Power Limited total income for the first quarter declined in comparison to the previous fiscal year 2017-18.
The company has recorded a total income of Rs 2,371 crore ($346 million) for the first quarter...
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif while addressing a rally in Punjab province's Sargodha on Saturday said that people can change his name if he doesn't take Pakistan ahead of arch-rival India after coming into power.
"If I do not end load shedding crisis in six months, you can change my name," adding "they (Indians) will come to Wahga Border and call Pakistani's their master."
The former Punjab province Chief Minister also said that he would bring Pakistan at par with...
The former Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Ajit Jogi on Sunday confirmed that he would contest against current Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, BJP's Raman Singh in the upcoming state elections. He termed Congress as "irrelevant and obsolete".
Jogi said "Had I been B team I would not be contesting election from Rajnandgaon. Had I been B team I would not have faced a baseless case of murder."
Jogi said that he had faith in the judiciary and he knew all the baseless charges would be drop against him and...
In the face of increased sanctions from the US, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday cautioned US President Donald Trump against pursuing 'hostile policies' towards Tehran, saying "America should know ... war with Iran is the mother of all wars."
The US, since withdrawing from the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal has reimposed stringent sanctions on Iran directly, as well as announcing sanctions on nations continuing to deal with Iran.
"Mr Trump, don't play with the lion's tail, this would only lead...
War Of The Worlds! Mysterious Fireball Caught On Camera In Thailand
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September 8 , 2015 , 11:36 IST
People in Thailand were left stunned on Monday after a mystery fireball streaked through clear blue daytime skies. The phenomena also got captured on camera and quickly lit up social media.
The fireball -- thought to be an asteroid -- was seen over the Thai capital on Tuesday during the morning rush hour and the images were widely shared on social media.
Footage from one Bangkok dashboard car camera captured a fireball followed by a brilliant white flash, that was also seen across the country.
"It was the middle of a blue sky day and there was a quick, bright light coming down," said Porjai Jaturongkhakun whose dashcam recorded the scene as he drove to work.
"I usually see shooting stars at night but I have never seen one in the day before," the 30-year-old satellite engineer told AFP.
Porjai was one of a number of Thais who managed to capture the dramatic incident on their car dashboard cameras -- with such footage and witness accounts quickly going viral on social media.
The Institute of Astronomical Research of Thailand reported the object was from space and turned into a fireball as it plummeted towards earth. The object burned up about 100 kilometres above the ground.
Personnel at Bangkok's planetarium said the object could have been a burning balloon or space junk, according to the Bangkok Post newspaper.
There were no reports of downed or missing aircraft in the area at the time.
"It was a meteor for sure, I am confident, because it was fast and very bright", Voravit Tanvuttibundit, adviser to the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand told AFP on Monday.
In a country imbued with superstition, many took the meteor strike as an ill omen.
"It was a bad sign showing the country and the government is in chaos," Facebook user Dilok Jantaradilok wrote.
What we often call "falling stars" are actually tiny bits of space rock that smash into the atmosphere at about 60 kilometres per second, burning up in flashes of light.