Two days after she was released on court orders, civil rights activist Irom Chanu Sharmila was today re-arrested by the police on fresh charges of attempt to commit suicide and forcibly taken away to
Noting that India is dependent on imports in several sectors including defence and health, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the IITs to take up the challenge of developing products in these critical
Much to the disappointment of the family members of the Delhi gangrape victim Nirbhaya, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley callously termed rapes as disastrous, saying such incidents have cost billio
Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday apologised for using the word “negro” in one of the answers tabled on the floor of the House here after the alleged racist slur evoked strong reactions
The Congress, which is facing an uphill task in the upcoming Haryana Assembly polls, would not be renominating its sitting MLAs. The party is expected to announce its candidates by September 10.
A meagre 47 per cent voter turnout in the bypolls for ten Assembly seats in Bihar on Thursday, touted as the crucial “semi-finals” for next year’s statewide polls, caused worry among the two ambitious
Jharkhand’s Hemant Soren on Thursday became the third chief minister to be booed and jeered by crowds as he shared a stage with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at an event in Ranchi, Jharkhand’s capital
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi and his counterpart in Nagaland, Mr T.R.
The Centre on Thursday decided that the Punjabi film Kaum De Heere — based on Indira Gandhi’s October 31, 1984 assassination — will not be released on Friday as scheduled.
The Supreme Court will hear on Monday a batch of petitions challenging the 121st constitutional amendment by which collegium system for appointment of judges in higher judiciary was scrapped and a new