India's $150 billion IT industry is in the midst of a major upheaval. Pressurised by lower margins and rising costs, IT companies are switching to automation.
HYDERABAD: A man dumped the body of his daughter, who had allegedly committed suicide, in a drain as he did not have money for conducting her last rites, police said today.
NEW DELHI: The state consumer commission has asked the Indian Railways to pay Rs. 75,000 to a man for the inconvenience he suffered when his reserved seat was occupied
NEW DELHI: Delhi residents suffered under a searing sun on Sunday as the mercury in some parts of the national capital touched 47 degrees Celsius, with the average maximum shooting up to 44.6 degrees -- four notches above the average.
NEW DELHI: Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said today that India would raise with China the airspace violation by two helicopters of its People's Liberation Army, which hovered over Uttarakhand’s Chamoli on Saturday,
BEIJING: India can accelerate its rail upgrading process and shorten the investment time if it cooperates with China, a Chinese daily has said.
DUBAI: Dubai-based carrier Emirates said it will suspend all flights to and from Doha from Tuesday morning until further notice, joining UAE-based Etihad Airways
MELBOURNE: Police are dealing with a hostage situation at an apartment complex in Australia's Melbourne city following reports of an explosion today.
New Delhi, May 12 The Supreme Court today said the practice of triple talaq was the "worst" and "not desirable" form of dissolution of marriages among Muslims, even though there were schools of thought which termed it as "legal".