Afghan President Hamid Karzai is learnt to have sought deeper defence ties with India when he met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday.
Three people, including a Delhi Traffic Police constable, were killed in two separate road accidents.
Hour-long power cuts on Tuesday in several Delhi localities laid bare the tall claims by private discoms to provide "uninterrupted power supply" to the city.
The Delhi High Court today agreed to hear a plea seeking direction to the Centre for taking control over the Indian Premier League by separating it from BCCI in view of irregularities including spot-fixing cropping up in the cash-rich cricket tournament.
BJP today sought to paint a dismal picture of UPA II by holding it responsible for the economic gloom and pointing towards its failure in giving the country any leadership.
She lives in a shanty in Jaiprakash slum area, Betul. The shanty is adjacent to highway as well as railway track and, therefore, throughout the day she had to put up with sound of heavy vehicles or the trains as she studied for her high school examination.
Teacher performance will be rated for promotions, but will not be decisive, the UGC has decided; the move will please teacher unions – but is a step back from promise of quality. Charu Sudan Kasturi reports.
With his eyes set on upcoming assembly elections, Delhi BJP chief Vijay Goel on Monday asked councillors of North MCD to focus on people’s problems and highlight corporation’s achievements.
NIA today filed a charge sheet against four people including Ram Chandra Kalsangra, who is absconding, for allegedly planning, conspiring and triggering blasts in Malegaon in 2006 that left 37 people dead.
A Delhi court today extended by five more days the custody of CBI superintendent of police Vivek Dutt, a key member of the coal scam probe, and three others arrested for their alleged roles in a bribery case.
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi made his maiden appearance at the BJP parliamentary board, and, without wasting any time, took a full plunge into the nitty-gritty of chalking out the party’s plans for the Lok Sabha polls.
The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday ordered Delhi Police to ensure that plastic waste is neither burnt nor carried in and out of scrap markets of Mundka and Nangloi in west Delhi.
The conversion of the three-year B Com (honours) course to a four-year course at the Delhi University may result in lesser applications for the course this year.