Saturday, May 27, 2017 | Last Update : 11:04 PM IST


Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia (Photo: AP)

AAP will not attend EC’s EVM challenge

Both the AAP and the Congress also demanded access to EVM’s motherboard, saying without it, the challenge was not practical.

Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari (Photo: PTI)

Prove EVMs can be hacked or apologise: BJP to AAP

BJP leader Manoj Tiwari said that changing the motherboard is the same as building a new machine and AAP can't be allowed for that.

The son allegedly stabbed his mother in the stomach with a vegetable knife after one such argument on Thursday, police said. (Representational Image)

Delhi: Enraged son stabs mother over her belief in black magic

According to the police, the deceased lady, Premlata, believed in black magic and would often call occultists home which enraged her son.

During her stay in the hotel, Jaswant befriended her and allegedly raped her. (Representational image)

NRI accuses seaman of rape in city hotel, 1 held

In her complaint the 22-year-old student stated that she had come to the city three months ago on study tour and had stayed in a hotel in Paharaganj.


The officials are mulling over the proceedings such as attachment of property bought by selling MD. (Representational image)

Chemical factory owner’s home raided

A team of 12 Mumbai ANC officers and policemen conducted the two-day long raids at the factory and the residence on Wednesday and Thursday.

Dilip Mahato

‘Kidnapped’ Gujarat boy rescued in Thane

When the police rescued the boy, he was standing outside the Thane suburban railway station and was crying.

Siddhant Ganore

Police suspects Siddhant received help to escape

Siddhant has been booked for murder under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and remanded to custody.

The cafeteria is close to an enclosure housing a hippopotamus in Byculla zoo.

CZA questions selfie points at Byculla zoo

The park has now taken measures to reduce littering around the cafeteria.

Parents protest against fee hike at Azad Maidan.

Kids’ academic year at stake, say agitating parents

The proposed fee structure has to be submitted at least six months before the new academic year.


The team destroyed huge chunks of industrial ice and two large containers of Biriyani that was cooked with artificial colour and posed serious health hazards.

Cases against 20 eateries for flouting safety norms

Ghosh, along with his team of food safety officers, organised a drive at more than 100 shops and restaurants.

Kolkata Metro. (Photo: PTI)

Road clear for Metro as KMC okays evacuation

25 buildings on Brabourne Road need to be emptied

West Bengal Assembly Speaker Biman Banerjee presides over an all-party meeting for the upcoming special session of the Assembly. (Photo: PTI)

Opposition Congress, Left Front to boycott Assembly session

The Opposition members will instead hold a mock Assembly session at the gate on Friday and would stage a sit in demonstration.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (Photo: PTI)

West Bengal CM to meet pvt school authorities May 31 to discuss fee issue

Banerjee is likely to speak on the rising grievances among parents regarding exorbitant fees charged in some schools, an official said.

In Other Cities

According to the FIR, the girl was befriended by a group of young men in a park where she used to go for evening walks. (Photo:PTI)

Three arrested for raping 21-year-old girl in Pune

The police is on the lookout for four more persons involved who are now absconding.

(Photo: Representational/File)

Kerala HC annuls marriage of woman forced to convert to Islam

The marriage which is alleged to have been performed is a sham and is of no consequence in the eye of law, the court said.

Representational image (Photo: AP)

Man works for Rs 2 per day for 17 yrs, moves Madras High Court

Since July 20, 2000, he had been working as a part-time sweeper at the Vellodu sub-centre for a salary of Rs 2 per day.

The Gurgaon police said that a case had been registered on the woman’s complaint. (Representational image)

Gurgaon: Woman molested in full public view, cops remain mute spectator

I cried for help but no one, including the traffic cops, came forward to help, the victim said.

The three tendu leaves’ contractors were thoroughly interrogated about the cash and also Naxal literature recovered from their vehicle. (Photo:PTI)

Contractors held with Rs 1.76 crore meant for Naxals

The police found Rs 75 lakh stashed in the car. Suspecting Naxal links, PSI Kurkure later informed Aheri police station.