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.
Finance minister P Chidambaram on Monday said that competition rules in the country should not become “another bureaucracy, stifling growth”.
Comptroller and auditor general Vinod Rai today attacked former lead auditor RP Singh for disowning the report on 2G spectrum allocation on "afterthought" and observed that loyalty to profession should be maintained even after retirement.
A Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) trooper killed two of his colleagues and injured two others in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar town early today, police said.
Offering a handshake across the Himalayas, Chinese premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday reminded his Indian audience that “a distant relative may not be useful as a neighbour.”
It was a sweat of a Tuesday for the Capital which at 45.1 degrees Celsius recorded the hottest day of the season, pushing up power demand to summer’s high and leaving many parts of the city powerless for hours at end.
Students and parents continued to flock to the open day sessions organized by Delhi University for information regarding admissions and the new four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP). Around 1000 people attended Tuesday’s session.
Two and a half weeks after the sensational Railgate scandal shook UPA, functioning at the Railways Ministry continues to remain paralyzed - with major policy and administrative decisions such as filling up vacancies of critical posts remaining pending.
India has become notorious for crimes against women in rural and urban areas alike, to the extent that foreign countries have, in the past, issued travel advisories to their citizens visiting India. Let's take a look at a few cases where those accused of alleged harassment have managed to get away with their crimes.
Former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi was today remembered on his 22nd death anniversary with leaders paying homage at his memorial in New Delhi.
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.