Articles by Geetha Pillai
Heavy snow showers cripple road, rail and air traffic in many parts of country.
Fugitive software pioneer had been on the run with 20-year-old Belizean girlfriend.
China's services PMI fell to 52.1 in November from 53.5 recorded for October, a second straight month of decline, indicating slow pace of growth in the world's second largest economy.
Austerity measures coupled with weak global trade and eurozone debt crisis will constrain Britain's growth, predicts the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC).
Several charred bodies have been found inside the Sasago tunnel, according to local media reports.
Australia becomes the first country to implement a law to standardise cigarette packaging.
Scientists suspend the launch of Naro-1 just 17 minutes before the scheduled launch time.
Cameron and Clegg to issue separate statements on report in Commons.
China lands its home-made J-15 fighter jet on its first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning.
Unknown number of people still missing, many more feared dead.
Mark Thompson appears before the Pollard Review, a BBC-appointed inquiry into the shelved Newsnight investigation of the late Jimmy Savile.
Roadside bomb kills seven people during a Shia Muslim procession, despite ban on mobile phone services to prevent attacks.
Hagman rose to prominence as JR Ewing in the 1970s TV soap opera Dallas.
JLR's comprehensive facility will boast research centre and engine plant.
Barack Obama praises reforms in Burma and urges nation to continue process.
Obama to meet President Thein Sein and pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
As conflict enters sixth day, mounting civilian casualties among women and children raise alarm.
Dissolution follows support for key electoral reforms.
BP's record fine takes total past $12bn, with many more billions still to come as costs of worst spill in US history continue to mount
CIA investigation to see if agency has any lessons to learn from scandal.