“Judge saheb, meri beti ko insaaf dilaiye (please ensure justice for my daughter),” the mother of the December 16 gang-rape victim, with her hands folded, requested the special court hearing the horrific rape case on Friday.
Sreesanth and two of his Rajasthan Royals teammates - Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila - were arrested late on Wednesday and accused of spot-fixing in T20 league matches.
Residents under the banner of the Gurgaon Citizens’ Council (GCC) moved the Punjab and Haryana High Court against the Haryana government over the issue of house tax on Thursday.
In a bid to reduce vehicular chaos, all new Metro stations coming up under phase III will have separate slots for four wheelers, autos and buses in their premises. Subhendu Ray reports.
More than 500 illegal towers in east Delhi flourish despite a ban by the Supreme Court on installation of such towers on schools, hospitals.
The right to information (RTI) law can be used to sue the government for inadequate service if it can be proved in a consumer court that the delay in providing information caused loss.
Expressing disappointment over S&P's rating action, the government today said its fiscal policies are on the right track and there is nothing to be worried about.
A Delhi Police officer was shot dead by unidentified assailants in a village in Chitrakoot district where he had gone in connection with a robbery case, a senior police officer said today.
As part of the Hindustan Times “Your Gurgaon Your Voice” initiative, a forum has been set up to record issues faced by employees working in various companies in Gurgaon.
The Delhi government's public works department is damaging the highly-protected ridge area. Darpan Singh reports.
Delhi Transport Minister Ramakant Goswami has directed the transport department to ensure that vendors increase their capacity of making high-security registration plates.
As it heads into a general election and unable to pass the food security bill, the UPA is preparing to keep the needy well fed by making more quantities of subsidised grains available to those slightly above the poverty line.
DMK leader MK Stalin's son Udayanidhi Stalin has surrendered his imported Hummer before the CBI in Chennai.
A Delhi court today once again deferred its order on whether to summon Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde in connection with a defamation case filed against him for his alleged 'Hindu terror' remark.
By their own admission, Delhi Police's special cell sleuths were keeping tabs on the activities of the underworld and its possible involvement in funding acts of terror in India. Jatin Anand
& Karn Pratap Singh
report. Slain Delhi cop probed spot-fixing