From a little-known madrassa teacher to a shadowy terror accused to the poster boy of Muslim anger — Khalid Mujahid’s 30-odd years of life were full of unpredictable twists and turns. And now his mysterious death in police custody on May 18 could well upset the Samajwadi Party’s Muslim applecart in Uttar Pradesh.
West Delhi will come a little closer to central Delhi, with the Delhi traffic police mulling over a proposal to construct a 5-km elevated corridor to connect Brar Square on Ring Road with Rajendra Nagar.
Rahul Gandhi has repeatedly asserted that rebels who contest elections against official nominees should not be re-inducted into the organisation, but the Gujarat Congress has defied this diktat. Aurangzeb Naqshbandi reports.
The Rajasthan police arrested a bookie in Ajmer around 12.45am today and seized sheets of paper on which he had allegedly accepted bets worth Rs. 5 lakh on a T20 league eliminator match. Zakir Hussain reports.
Would the most meritorious engineering aspirants in Madhya Pradesh lose out on the opportunity to get best of seats? Sravani Sarkar finds out.
A kidnapping and rape accused allegedly committed suicide in a police station in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur district prompting police to suspend the station house officer (SHO).
Drug maker Ranbaxy’s Japanese parent Daiichi Sankyo on Tuesday blamed the company’s former Indian owners for concealing and misrepresenting critical information about US probe into sale of adulterated drugs, and said it will pursue legal remedies.
All seven members of the family, including three children, of a wholesaler, who also dabbled in property, were found murdered in their home in a busy trading hub of Ghaziabad on Wednesday morning.
In order to pay tributes to and keep their memories alive, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has decided to build a memorial for the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots at Gurdwara Rakabganj in central Delhi.
The US-based outsourcing firm iGate is being investigated by a law firm to ascertain whether the company and its employees violated federal securities laws.
Shashi Kant Sharma, an IAS officer of the 1976 batch from Bihar cadre, took over today as CAG of India, an office that has been in limelight for exposing a series of scams in government departments and opening a window for judicial activism.
Security forces killed a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant in a gunfight in the heart of Jammu and Kashmir capital Srinagar on Thursday morning, police said. "Hilal Moulvi of LeT was killed in an encounter with police in Narparistan (Fatah Kadal) area of old Srinagar city," Syed Ashiq Bukhari, senior superintendent of police (SSP), Srinagar, said.
Senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj said the call on the party’s prime ministerial candidate for the 2014 polls will be taken by its parliamentary board at an ‘appropriate’ time after consultations with NDA partners.
Afghanistan president Hamid Karzai on Wednesday said he had given a wish list to India, making pitchfor military and civilian support to his country after the withdrawal of Western forces next year.
The city experienced yet another hot and uncomfortable day on Wednesday with the maximum temperature shooting up to 44.9 degrees Celsius. This was five degrees above the normal temperature.