Kerala fast bowler S. Sreesanth appeared to be in more trouble after the Mumbai police on Saturday seized his laptop, data card, an iPad, diaries and a mobile phone from the five-star hotel room the cricketer had booked himself into. The cricketer, now in the custody of the Delhi police, might also be charged by the Mumbai police.
Mega cities like Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Ahmedabad may soon be covered by aerial surveillance as the Union ministry of home affairs formalises a “safe city” project to be rolled out in seven cities.
Revealing its mind over the contentious issue of the creation of a separate state of Telangana, the Congress on Saturday said the matter is not part of the UPA’s national agenda.
In an attempt to enhance defence ties with Afghanistan in the light of the impending American drawdown in 2014, New Delhi on Saturday asserted it was prepared to consider Kabul’s request for the supply of arms.
India is ready to write a “new chapter of its relationship” with China and the two countries should align their positions in many areas despite differences, external affairs minister Salman Khurshid said on the eve of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to India.
The Wedding Singer star Adam Sandler has revealed that his maid was responsible for the itchy skin rash he had got.
The five-day-old Congress government in Karnataka got a full fledged council of ministers with the induction of 20 Cabinet and 8 ministers of state on Saturday. In a colourful function held at Raj Bhavan, governor H.R. Bharadwaj administered the oath of office to these ministers.
The Congress on Saturday ruled out change of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the run-up to the next Lok Sabha elections but steered clear of questions on whether he will again be at the helm if the UPA 3 comes to power.
The BJP said on Saturday that if the CBI was really free from government control then why has it not questioned Prime Minister for his role in the coal scam?
The LBT issue, casual approach in running the government and the organisation and lack of motivation is making the Congress rank-and-file in Maharashera passive. This is the picture party vice-president Rahul Gandhi could see during his two-day visit to the state by May-end.