The Prime Minister will hold talks with the Swiss leadership, including President Schneider-Ammann.
Those arrested were identified as Babu, 32, Kunal, 20, Om Prakash, 24, Rahul, 24, and Ajay, 25, residents of Mehrauli's Maidan Garhi and Rajpur Khurd areas in south Delhi.
Haryana Police sources said that police personnel and para-military forces were being stationed in sensitive districts like Sonipat, Rohtak, Jhajjar and Jind.
Donald Trump on Saturday criticised US President Barack Obama for visiting Hiroshima while neglecting to mention the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour.
The mass exodus was witnessed in the towns of Sheikh Issa, Mare' and other towns in the northern province of Aleppo as a result of the IS attacks on these areas.
Larijani, who was an independent candidate and favoured by the principlist faction in the Majlis, was the speaker of the previous parliaments for several years.
Medium pacer Mustafizur Rahan was back in the Hyderabad team after recovering from a hamstring injury and replaced Trent Boult, while Bangalore are playing with an unchanged squad.
Defender Alvaro Arbeloa, who is leaving the club after seven seasons, was the first player to disembark from the bus and lift up the trophy.
The reigning Asian Games champion registered an attempt of 62.62 metres on Saturday which bettered the Olympic qualification mark of 61 metres.
Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will meet SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son to discuss investment opportunities India presents to the Japanese telecom giant.
The company said it has started a series of digital advertising products for developers and brokers to provide maximum customer exposure.
Darling of jobseekers till recently, the startup space may lose some sheen as graduates might prefer joining 'safer companies' after the Flipkart fiasco.
In a historic move, Barack Obama has made peace with Hiroshima and in that manner no other US President has had the nerve to try and he has conveyed the message.
According to UK-based Institute of Fiscal Studies, a vote for Brexit will add billions of dollars of debt to the government’s books and thus force it to extend the ongoing austerity.
Manipur continues to present a picture of chaos despite the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act being in force in the state since 1980 and deployment of forces can’t solve problem.
The competition concluded on Sunday.
The MLA denied the police claim on his Twitter account.
The SDMC has issued notices to the respective places.
Many Narada-sting tainted MLAs are now ministers.
18 new ministers have been inducted in state cabinet.
Around 109 MLAs and CM on Saturday took oath.
Naveen asked the department to cover other schemes for transgenders.
High humidity troubled residents in the coastal belt of the state.
AMRI Hospitals launched AMRI-Asian Cancer Institute.
Tagore as a poet, story-teller, painter, lyricist and author has many nuances.
Nitin Jugran Bahuguna sheds light on a unique marriage ritual embraced by Uttarakhand’s hill women.
For three years, Uttar Pradesh farmhand Pradeep Kumar, 24, has been treated for a disease that India largely eliminated 11 years ago: Leprosy, one of
Film star Riteish Deshmukh walked the ramp for it.
Being awake during surgery is stressful for patients.
The 78-year-old star is much more content with her life.
After the Vietnam War, dozens of ageing former American soldiers have gone back to the country.
It’s a self-aware book which flirts with self-parody in DeLillo’s earlier works.
The affinity between India and the USA is often spoken of in today’s context.
The filmmaker said his relationship is professional with them.
The actor shook a leg to the popular song 'Jhingat'.
Singer Wayne Woodward was announced as the first runner-up.
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Tirupati, 5 January
Operations at all public sector banks and regional rural banks are likely to be affected for two days from 20 January as the United Forum of Banks Unions has given a strike call demanding wage revision as well as resolution of certain other issues.
National convener of UFBU MV Murali today said that the Centre and the Indian Banks Association (IBA) have failed to settle the 14-month long pending demand of 32 per cent wage revision for about one million staff in the banking sector.
He also urged the government to immediately halt the ongoing reforms in the banking sector as it would pave the way for arrival of a large number of foreign banks.
The foreign and Indian private corporate sector banks would not serve the needs of common man in any manner in the country, Mr Murali said.
The wage revision of public sector bank employees has been due since November 2012.
UFBU is an umbrella organisation of nine bank employees and officers unions. There are 27 public sector banks in the country with employees strength of about eight lakhs. There are about 50,000 branches of these banks.