Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday that no matter who forms the government in Maharashtra, the developmental projects rolled out by the previous regime would not be interrupted. When asked about the government formation, Gadkari said, "Anything can happen in cricket and politics. Sometimes you feel you are losing the match, but the result is exactly the opposite."
Taylor Swift said on social media Thursday that her performance at the AMAs, a Netflix documentary and 'any other recorded events I am planning to play until November of 2020 are a question mark'.
I'm With Her is a brave and beautiful show.
Long before Sydney's CBD became the site of office towers and grid-locked traffic, it was covered in bushland.
It is believed at least one person was arrested and a firearm was also found at the crash scene.
Borce Ristevski's dogged refusal to say how or why he killed his wife Karen for nearly three years is the key factor in a prosecution bid for the killer to serve more time in jail.
Melbourne United import Shawn Long may play angry but that's not the man his teammates see.
Bolivia's self-proclaimed provisional president is facing trouble, while experts warn: "There are two groups of people claiming to be the government."
A refugee adviser for Amnesty International Australia describes a "special day" in the long battle for freedom of a Kurdish journalist detained offshore for six years.
The NUW has been ordered to pay Woolworths $101,539.50 in compensation for extra delivery costs it paid as a result of a 2015 strike at its liquor distribution centres in Melbourne's west.
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The Environment Agency today warned the week-long flooding crisis is far from over, with 141 warnings and 172 alerts in place across England in the early hours of Friday (Birmingham pictured).
Ron Howard, Don Most, Anson Williams and Marion Ross joined Winkler to reminisce on the best of days nearly 35 years after the series finale on the ABC network.
The high-profile recent cases of cricketers struggling with mental health has set a precedent and needs to be addressed right now.
How the world's most famous nanny went from books and the big screen to the West End stage.
Celebrity chef Raymond Blanc says the French Golden Delicious apple has 'murdered the British orchard' and people should rediscover the classics like the Peasgood Nonsuch.
Losing the rights to her early music catalog continues to cause trouble, trouble, trouble for singer Taylor Swift.
Former national selector Greg Chappell has warned out-of-favour batsman Usman Khawaja that time might be running out for him at Test level.
Schoolies have been warned not to risk their lives by balcony hopping just days after a young New Zealander fell to his death.
Around 65 per cent of those with working class parents have moved up in social class, according to a new report by think tank Civitas. It contradicts claims that social mobility is stagnating.