After a heated argument with her husband, a woman pushed her two children and then jumped off the third floor of her house here, a police official said on Tuesday, adding that both minors died on the spot.
Two giant pandas that have been a star attraction at the San Diego Zoo for decades will soon be returned home to China, officials announced.
From smog breaks to pollution bonuses, Asia's businesses are promising increasingly inventive perks in a desperate bid to lure executives to a region where toxic air engulfs major cities for much of the year.
Over 2,000 children in the 2-10 age group ran a `marathon` against child abuse. The`marathon` was organised by the Samagra Shiksha and the J&K Sports Council in collaboration with the Jammu University and FM Radio Mirchi at the varsity campus.
At the age of 102, Shyam Saran Negi, who never missed a chance to tune to hear Prime Minister Narendra Mondi's 'Mann Ki Baat' programme, is all set to vote again.
NEW DELHI: At least seven people were killed and 27 others injured when 11 coaches of the Delhi-bound Seemanchal Express derailed on Sunday in Bihar's Vaishali district, officials said.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday condoled the deaths of 17 people who died after a fire broke out in a hotel here.
"Deeply saddened by the loss of lives due to a fire at Karol Bagh in Delhi. I convey my condolences to the families of those who lost their lives. May the injured recover soon," the Prime Minster said in a tweet.
Seventeen people, including a child, were killed and three were injured in the major fire that engulfed the six-storey Hotel Arpit Palace in Karol Bagh earlier on Tuesday.
Fire officials have rescued 35 people so far.
A frantic mother cradling her seven-month-old baby rushes towards the special paediatric ward in a desolate Pakistan town, his eyes are blank and he is smaller than most newborns.
Police on Monday said they had found 87 bomb detonators at a Colombo bus station, a day after a string of attacks on churches and hotels that killed nearly 300 people.