The actor, 77, and his son were taken to Mumbai's Nanavati hospital.
Peshawar:A single-member judicial commission probing the 2014 Peshawar Army Public School massacre has submitted its report to the Supreme
Police they shot dead Vikas Dubey when he stole the gun of a cop and tried to flee from custody.
With number of infections doubling since May 31, half of those who caught the virus have recovered.
The WHO is investigating whether the coronavirus can be spread by suspended airborne droplets, in addition to those emitted by an infected
The Chinese government has opened an office in Hong Kong to oversee enforcement of Beijings new national security law for the territory.
Base stations with sensors installed will detect and measure earthquakes and send that data to authorities to improve response times.
The former ruling USDP says it is confident of winning a majority in Parliament and winning the presidency, but political analysts are less
The Pegu Club was an exclusive British retreat in colonial Rangoon that denied entrance to all Asians, including Burmese.
A worker at a prison in Ayeyarwady Region was trying to smuggle 244 methamphetamine tablets and 0.1 gram of crystal meth into the prison in
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visited the grave of his grandfather, national founder Kim Il Sung, on the anniversary of his death, state
Health officials in Beijing have reported no new coronavirus cases for the first time since a cluster was found at a market in the city in
The US has informed the UN secretary general that it will withdraw from the World Health Organization in July next year to protest the agen
A Naypyitaw monastery has been told to remove 66 Buddha statues that violate Theravada Buddhism and were apparently made in a bid to boost
The UK has imposed sanctions on Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and Vice Senior General Soe Win for alleged rights abuses against the Rohing
Labor and farmers rights advocates say they will run for Union and regional Parliament in 11 constituencies in Yangon.
The South Korean company's home appliance and TV businesses have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On this day in 1960, John Sydenham Furnivall, a British educator and literary scholar whose career spanned colonial and independent Myanmar
Region's mobile operators are expected to invest more in excess of $400 billion on their networks through to 2025, including $331 billion on 5G deployments, but 4G remain
The military says it has taken action against Kachin States military-appointed security minister and a commanding officer after the death o
Myanmar nationals abroad cast over 20,000 votes in the countrys last election, but that number fell far short of the 4 million Myanmar migr
The NLD performed poorly in Rakhine State in 2015 and is set to suffer again in November as it struggles to find candidates for the conflic
Scores of people are feared dead as search-and-rescue operations continued following severe rain and flooding in Japans Kumamoto Prefecture
The Japanese government has opened a new support center for foreign residents in Tokyo amid a push to bring in more foreign workers to the
A senior officer in charge of approving appointments within the police force has been jailed for sexually exploiting female subordinates.