For those who are unaware as to why Baba Vanga has become the talk of the town these days, the Bulgarian woman who died in 1996, has been credited for correctly predicting 9/11, rise of ISIS in Syria and Brexit.
Baba Vanga, a Bulgarian woman who died in 1996 aged 85, left predictions going all the way to the 51st Century - when she said the world would end.
Doctors in New Delhi said that Swiss nationals Clerc and Droz, who came to India on September 30, are on the way to recovery.
Quentin Jeremy Clerc and his girlfriend Marie Droz from Lausanne were chased and attacked with stones and sticks by a group of youths in Fatehpur Sikri.
Sushma Swaraj has sought information from the UP government on a news report of a young Swiss couple being attacked by a group of youths in Fatehpur Sikri on Sunday.
New Delhi: Amid the ongoing tension between the two countries over ceasefire violations, Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit today said his country is committed to improving ties with India and that issues between
New Delhi: The candidates who are contesting Delhi Assembly elections may say that they are representatives of common man or Aam Aadmi but when it comes to their assets or properties, it shows a vast
Agra: The Bharatiya Janata Party Lok Sabha member from Fatehpur Sikri, Choudhary Babu Lal, has opted for lottery system to select a village for adoption and subsequent development.Since there were demands from many villages in
SUVA, Fiji: Fiji on Wednesday sent mixed messages on whether its 45 United Nations peacekeepers that are being held captive by Syrian insurgents will be freed soon.On Wednesday morning, Fiji's military chief said Fiji had
Lucknow: Ahead of a rally where he will share the dais with SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh today said it would be “extremely wrong” to add “political connotation” to his
New Delhi: Clad in festivity finery, white kurta-pyjama and a skull cap, thousands of Muslim devotees in New Delhi thronged to the historic Jama Masjid and other Eidgahs including Fatehpuri Masjid and Hazrat Nizamuddin to
New Delhi: With UGC still silent on the fate of the BMS course of Delhi University, several students today staged a protest outside the UGC office here demanding that their programme should be conducted in