ED's legal advisor will explain in detail the charges made out against Mallya, some more evidence, attachments made by it and other legal points mentioned in the charge-sheet filed under various sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
Recorded in the historic San Quentin State Prison, the new Ear Hustle podcast paints a human image of life in lockup.
Social group restores young people's confidence by teaching them how to perform circus tricks.
Raging blaze near Yosemite National Park displaces thousands of
Mariposa residents in the western US state.
UNESCO recognition of slave-era harbour as heritage site prompts debate about discrimination in present-day Brazil.
Low cost carrier IndiGo on Wednesday lifted the flying ban on Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MP Diwakar Reddy. Reddy had manhandled IndiGo’s ground staff at Vizag Airport on June 15 after which he was banned him from flying.
There was a massive uproar in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday after Samajwadi leader Naresh Agarwal made a controversial remark during the debate on cow lynching.
UN 'deeply disappointed' by attack that killed at least 20 civilians who had fled fighting in country's southwest.
Senior Naga People's Front (NPF) legislator TR Zeliang was sworn in as the 19th Chief Minister of Nagaland on Wednesday.
The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet by the Western Theatre Command - which oversees the restive regions of Xinjiang and Tibet, and handles border issues with India.
Coalition stopped plane leaving Djibouti because it was carrying three BBC journalists, aviation officials say.
Observers warn that if land and property are not returned, there will be no peace in the Central African Republic.
Tibetan activists fear World Heritage Site status for Hoh Xil may lead to displacement of Tibetan population.
The app which is available only on the Android platform currently, allows users to not only have their Aadhaar profile on their mobile as a quick and convenient identification proof, it also lets users lock/ unlock their biometric data that’s linked to Aadhaar via the app to secure their personal data.
Twenty years after the handover, Hong Kong's last British governor discusses Hong Kong-mainland China relations.
Samajwadi Party leader and former defence minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday claimed that China was ready to attack India in collaboration with Pakistan and asked the government to reverse its stand on the Tibet issue and support its independence.
Group of girls from war-torn country, whose US visas were twice rejected, win silver medal for 'courageous achievement'.
Rebel Nagaland Peoples Front (NPF) legislator TR Zeliang is set to be sworn in as the state's chief minister on Wednesday after incumbent Shurhozelie Liezietsu failed to show up for a scheduled floor test earlier in the day.
India head coach Ravi Shastri now wants batting great Sachin Tendulkar to work with the national team as a consultant, provided it is not a case of conflict of interest.
The salaries of Tamil Nadu MLAs has been increased from Rs 55,000 to Rs 1.05 lakh per month, chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami announced in the assembly on Wednesday.
Move against Hizbut Tahrir follows controversial decree allowing officials to disband groups threatening national unity.
Victims describe time at prison-like school as marked by helplessness and fear, says lawyer probing cases.
Iran now holds the fourth rank in producing biotech medicines but is going to promote to the third in the near future, says an official affiliated with the presidential department of science and technology.
The European Union is targeting Iran’s hot-rolled steel, planning to hit imports from the country with punitive trade tariffs.
Laurent Gbagbo, 72, is charged with crimes against humanity following election violence that killed around 3,000 people.
Liezietsu, who is facing rebellion by 43 NPF MLAs led by former chief minister T R Zeliang demanding change of leadership in the present house of 59, said "Our number may be small but we are running our offices normally and regularly".
The US said on Wednesday it's "concerned" about the India-China border standoff in Doklam that's entered its second month. "I know we believe that both parties, both sides should work together to try to come up with some better sort of arrangement for peace," a US state department spokesperson said.
Many of the victims found in mass graves were Rohingya Muslims â€“ a persecuted minority from Myanmar's Rakhine State.
Members of China's Communist Party need to give up religion and be "firm Marxist atheists" or face punishment, the country's religious affairs regulator has said, reported Global Times.
Come October 1, all big hitters like David Warner, Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard and former Indian captain MS Dhoni will have to rethink their strategies before mauling the best bowlers in the business.
Aides said GOP leaders have decided to attach the money to build 74 miles of fencing and levee wall in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas and near San Diego to a spending bill.
Ministry of Health and Medical Education Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi, heading a delegation arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Wednesday.
Having trouble sleeping or facing breathing problems when you sleep? It may indicate a greater risk of Alzheimer’s disease, says a study.
Lawmakers in France’s conservative-dominated Senate have approved controversial legislation to further strengthen France’s anti-terror laws by a majority vote.
In strife-torn Syria, the food security and livelihoods situation of some 234,000 people has received a strong boost thanks to a recently completed animal health campaign led by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in collaboration with the Syria Veterinary Medical Association.
Deputy of Trade Promotion Organization Mohammad-Reza Modudi said on Tuesday that the US is again one of Iran’s export destinations after the Iran-G5+1 nuclear deal.
The private conversation took place during a dinner for G20 leaders in Germany this month, says White House official.
A man from Namakkal, who has been in a coma for more than two years, finally got compensation from an insurance company. The Indian embassy persuaded Udaiyar’s employer to file a case against an insurance company, which was trying to wriggle out from paying compensation.
Ten-year-old Zion Harvey had his hands and feet amputated at the age of two, following a sepsis infection. He also had a kidney transplant. He is now able to write, feed and dress himself, his doctor said.
China has called on India to withdraw its troops from a disputed territory in the Himalayan mountains near the borders with China and Bhutan and avoid an “escalation of the situation.”
Iran’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for Arab and African Affairs arrived in Damascus to meet and confer with Syrian officials.
Former chief minister J Jayalalithaa's pictures on the tables of AIADMK ministers and MLAs in the state assembly have disappeared. Since the start of the Monsoon session, photos of Jayalalithaa have disappeared.
The six Arab countries who last month cut ties with Qatar are reported to have written to world football’s governing body, FIFA, to demand the Gulf state be stripped of hosting the 2022 World Cup because they consider it a “base of terrorism”.
Brexit poses a fundamental challenge to the future of the United Kingdom by removing the European Union law that has helped to bind it together, a committee of lawmakers from the British parliament's upper house said on Wednesday.
Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami called for development of country’s defensive capabilities including those of naval force.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that the new sanctions against Tehran by the US are damaging already frayed Tehran-Washington ties.
Survivors of the September 11 attacks have called on British Prime Minister Theresa May to allow the release of a government report highlighting the Saudi role in funding extremism.
Foreign Ministry in a statement on Tuesday condemned the US contemptible and worthless move to add new Iranian individuals to the list of illegal sanctions, declaring that it will reciprocate the move imposing sanctions on a number of American natural and legal persons which have taken measures against the Iran and other Muslim regional nations.
Angel Maria Villar arrested along with his son and two more federation executives in an anti-corruption investigation.
The Supreme Court will shortly decide whether right to privacy is part of the fundamental rights of a citizen, in what is set to be a landmark verdict that will define the width of privacy citizens can enjoy as well as the right of the state to restrict it. At present, neither the Constitution nor any law recognises privacy as a fundamental right.
It’s taken 29 years for a court in Bareilly to sentence two men to five years in prison for stealing Rs 370 from a man they had drugged in a train in 1988. The court of the additional district and sessions judge in Bareilly has, in its order on Tuesday, also fined the accused Rs 10,000 each.
Dashing a medical graduate’s hopes of continuing as a post-doctoral scholar in the US, the health ministry denied him the permission necessary for his visa, citing an acute shortage of doctors in India. The decision is likely to have repercussions on other research scholars who wish to study in US.
The district court here refused on Tuesday to let a 10-year-old rape survivor undergo an abortion after it was confirmed that she was 26 weeks pregnant. Courts allow medical termination of pregnancy up to 20 weeks under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act and can make an exception if the foetus is genetically abnormal.
Fifteen dead in hit-and-run clashes with US-backed fighters in the country's north, says monitoring group.
Abdur Rashid Dostum's private jet flying in from Turkey prevented from landing in Mazar-i-Sharif, say officials.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Samuel Moncada says 'nobody can stop' Constituent Assembly election as clashes escalate.
Israeli soldiers say driver ploughed his vehicle through a checkpoint towards them before they shot him.
Indian Institutes of Technology have seen 889 (about 9%) students drop out in the 2016-17 academic year, according to latest data released by the ministry of human resources development (MHRD).
With tension high following opposition's unofficial referendum, analysts see country heading into uncharted waters.
Heavy rain is expected in Odisha and neighbouring areas, raising the possibility of floods, as a depression was set to hit the state on Tuesday night. It’s likely to move west through central India over the next five-six days, invigorating the monsoon across the region and taking the seasonal rainfall back into the surplus zone.
The European Union restricts exports of inflatable boats to stem the flow of refugees and migrants from North Africa.
The government has revoked the passport of fugitive Islamic preacher Zakir Naik following a recommendation from the National Investigation Agency (NIA) which has already booked him under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act for his terror links. The revocation of the passport by the regional passport office in Mumbai makes Zakir Naik a stateless person.
At least 217 students and 15 teachers trapped in three schools close to the LoC during a deadly rain of mortar shells from Pakistan were rescued on Tuesday in a daring operation conducted by police and the district administration. One of the school buildings in the Nowshera sector took direct hits but there were no casualties.
China has launched a high-stakes propaganda blitz, painting India as the aggressor and holding out the threat of a full-scale confrontation as the two countries face off on the Bhutanese Doklam plateau. Worried about being seen bullying a small country like Bhutan, it is desperate to blame India for the stand-off on the border.
German media reports say 'staged' demonstration during G20 summit ended with some protesters raising pro-Qatar slogans.
Politician Faris Maumoon held on bribery charges in run-up to vote to unseat ally of his uncle President Abdulla Yameen.
With privatisation on the anvil, Air India chairman Ashwani Lohani has asked employees to be ready for a complete change in work culture and that merit will get a “better deal”. “These are changing times and any change, despite being inevitable, is always hard to accept, AI chief wrote in a letter.
Braving Pakistani shelling from across the Line of Control (LoC), authorities in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday evacuated 217 students and 15 teachers from three schools where they were trapped for over six hours.
A 27-year-old singer-actor from Assam was found dead inside her Gurgaon flat. Bidisha Bezbaruah was found hanging from a ceiling fan with a dupatta tied around her neck
Her husband, Nisheeth Jha, has been arrested on charges of abetment of suicide.
Economy minister discusses compensation with trade officials in Geneva as legal team prepares to study the sanctions.
The BJP on Monday termed BSP chief Mayawati's stormy exit from Parliament and her subsequent resignation as member of the Rajya Sabha a calculated "drama to create confusion", even as support poured in for her from some quarters.
Nagaland chief minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu hinted at stepping down before taking the floor test on Wednesday at 9.30 am following a fresh notice from governor PB Acharya. The governor's directive came soon after the Kohima bench of Gauhati High Court cleared the decks for the trust vote to resolve the ongoing crisis over leadership within the ruling Naga People's Front.
At least 16 individuals and entities targeted for backing 'illicit Iranian actors or transnational criminal activity'.
Saudi Arabia, which is leading an atrocious military campaign against Yemen, has prevented a United Nations charter flight carrying aid agency staff from travelling to its impoverished and crisis-stricken southern neighbor, where millions of people are in need of humanitarian or protection assistance.
At least five Afghan policemen have been killed and another six have been wounded in a fierce battle with the Taliban militant group in the country’s troubled north, security sources say.
Iran’s Arabic-language Al-Alam news network has categorically rejected spurious and bogus stories published in its Twitter account hacked several days ago.
Most adults gain weight as they age, but adding as little as 11 pounds (five kilograms) by middle age may substantially raise the risk of major illnesses, US researchers said Tuesday.
US Senate Republicans have set up a straight repeal vote on Obamacare following failed efforts to replace the healthcare law.
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has declared a three-month state of emergency in his home state, where clashes have raged for months between clan-based militias, the government spokesman said on Tuesday.
Iranian lawmakers have passed a single-urgency bill, which designates US military forces and intelligence services as supporters of terrorist groups in the Middle East.
Founded in the 1930s and known to generations of Indians for its Maharaja mascot, Air India has a complex fleet, too many staff relative to rivals and is Rs 5.46 lakh crore in debt. Since 2012, the government has injected Rs 2.31 lakh crore to keep it afloat.
The Syrian civil war is the deadliest conflict the 21st century has witnessed so far.
"I think China has to content with the fact that across its geography, throughout the Asia-Pacific region, countries are unsettled by its behaviour and by its unilateral actions," former Indian-American Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Nisha Desai Biswal said.
The administration of US President Donald Trump says it is imposing new economic sanctions against Iran over the Islamic Republic’s ballistic missile program.
Get live score updates of the quarter-final match between India vs England in Women's Hockey World League Semi-Final on Times of India
Germany has decided to delay the signing of a major military deal with Israel after reports emerged saying officials in the occupied Palestinian territories have been involved in bribery and money laundering around the deal.
Three Myanmar journalists, who are facing jail for their reporting, have accused the military of trying to silence the media across the country.
Internet outage was caused by a ship severing an undersea fiber optic cable connecting country to global data networks.
Stories of resistance from Indian toxic gas survivors, a First Nation clan in Canada, and a Russian democracy activist.
In an exclusive interview, the founder of Hong Kong's biggest pro-Beijing party discusses political tensions with China.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said on Tuesday the army would carry out an operation in an area of the border with Syria that has been a base of operations for terrorist groups.
Saudi warplanes have targeted three displaced families in Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta’izz, killing 19 Yemenis.
US attempts to set preconditions for the return of Russian diplomatic property seized in New York and Maryland are "daylight robbery", Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday, the RIA news agency reported.