17th Jan- National, International & Sports News
NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL AND SPORTS NEWS
YSR Congress Party MP P Mithun Reddy from Andhra Pradesh was arrested in the wee hours of Sunday along with another party leader for assaulting an Air India official late last year.
Kolkata IAF corporal death: Sambia Sohrab booked for murder, bail plea rejected.
Former Sikkim Governor Ventrapragada Rama Rao passed away
A woman threw ink during Kejriwal's address of the government’s odd-even road rationing scheme, reports said.
According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, Trump leads the Presidential Candidature Pole with 33 percent of the vote, Sen. Ted Cruz had 20 percent support and Sen. Marco Rubio had 13 percent support.
NASA launched SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket with Jason-3 Ocean-monitoring satellite
Mars: Report Raises Safety Concerns About NASA Plan to Send People to Planet in the 2030s
International sanctions against Iran have been lifted after United Nations inspectors concluded that Tehran has complied with a historic deal with world powers to curb its nuclear ambitions.
ISIL militants abduct at least 400 civilians from the eastern Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor.
Sierra Leone imposes quarantine on hundreds of people following a recent death from the Ebola virus.
Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif and army chief General Raheel Sharif will visit Riyadh on Monday and Tehran on Tuesday to launch mediation efforts between Iran and Saudi Arabia for normalization of relations.
Buzzfeed and the BBC report there is evidence of alleged widespread match-fixing by "16 players who have ranked in the top 50" of world tennis at major tournaments including Wimbledon.
Glenn Maxwell scored 96 runs from 83 balls to guide Australia to a series-clinching three-wicket win over India in the third one-dayer of the five-match series.
Virat Kohli became the fastest batsman to reach 7000 ODI runs. He reached 7000 runs in 161 innings.
Guptill & Williamson share record T20 stand as New Zealnad beta Pakistan by 10 Wickets in the 2nd T-20 Pakistan 168-7 (20 overs)New Zealand 171-0 (17.4 overs)
Delhi Acers won the first edition of Premier Badminton League beating Mumbai Rockers 4-3 in the Finals.
Kenyan pacesetter Gideon Kipketer won the men's race in an all-East African clean sweep of the podium by setting a new course record in the 13th Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon on Sunday.