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Lok Sabha Zero Hour amid Opposition pandemonium

Amid pandemonium created by the Opposition over Lalit Modi controversy and Vyapam scam, the Lok Sabha on Friday took up Zero Hour proceedings where mostly BJP members raised issues ranging from hangin

Another held in hooch case

The crime branch unit XI officials has arrested one of the main accused of the Malwani hooch tragedy from Gujarat, who supplied methanol to the another accused in the case where 104 persons died and a

Rajya Sabha disrupted for 9th consecutive day

Rajya Sabha continued to get disrupted for the ninth consecutive day since the Monsoon Session of Parliament began on July 21.

Deadline for online registration extended

Even though the senate elections have been postponed by a year, the University of Mumbai has extended the deadline for online registration of the university graduates who would then be eligible for vo

‘No special category status to states’

With Bihar headed for Assembly elections in a few months, the government on Friday informed Lok Sabha that it is not considering any proposal for granting special category status to any states.

Mumbai in Smart Cities campaign

The cities of the state included in the campaign are Navi Mumbai, Pune-Pimpri Chinchwad, Nashik, Thane, Mumbai, Amravati, Solapur, Nagpur, Kalyan-Dombivali and Aurangabad

One abducted briefly was returning to India

A relative holds up a photograph of Balaram, who is thought to have been abducted in Libya, at his residence in Hyderabad.  AFP

It was a sleepless night for Sunitha Vijaykumar, 38, wife of Vijay Kumar, who was one of the four Indians detained by ISIS militants on July 29.

FSSAI vs Nestle: Order on Maggi ban Monday

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The Food Safety Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and Nestle India could not arrive at an amicable decision for a fresh independent test on the variants of banned Maggi noodles.

No ransom demand made yet

Lakshmikant and Vijay Kumar were brought back safely to the University of Sirte and efforts were continuing for the release of the remaining two, according to reports.

ACB convicts 4 officials in a day

Corrupt BMC employee sentenced to two years imprisonment and fine of Rs 25,000

Nineteen-year-old Naina was made to take the place of her mother who had died of tuberculosis in 2004.

Punjab is back in the headlines with a brutality reminiscent of the violent Eighties. In the early hours of July 27, three gunmen dressed in Army uniforms struck at Gurdaspur.