Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, who is being projected by a section within BJP as its prime ministerial candidate for the next general elections, on New Delhi met senior party leader LK Advani and termed the meeting as "wonderful".
Former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala was today granted interim bail for six weeks by the Delhi High Court for undergoing pacemaker implant surgery at a hospital in Delhi.
North Korea released 16 Chinese fishermen and their boat on Tuesday, Chinese state media said, after reports that armed assailants had taken the sailors hostage fuelled strains between the neighbours.
A new exposé by a website, founded by journalist Ashish Khetan, claims to have evidence of how India’s anti-terror police framed 13 innocent Muslims, trumping up charges and withholding crucial evidence. Zia Haq
Scorching hot conditions prevailed in several parts of India on Monday, with the maximum temperature crossing 45°C at many places, and the weather expected to get hotter in the next few days.
In 1999, the army torpedoed Nawaz Sharif's attempts to improve relations by secretly sending soldiers disguised as militants to capture Indian outposts in the heights of Kargil, in the north of Kashmir.
The UP police's image took a severe beating on Wednesday after two PAC jawans thrashed each other with lathis in full public view while on duty at an event attended by chief minister Akhilesh Yadav.
A row has erupted over the handcuffing of an Odisha Opposition party leader, accused in a case of financial irregularities.
India successfully test-fired the 290-km range BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from the navy's latest guided missile warship INS Tarkash off the coast of Goa today.
iGate Corporation, a US-listed IT company, on Tuesday sacked its India-born president & CEO Phaneesh Murthy for not disclosing to the management his relationship with a subordinate employee. HT reports.
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.
Hobbled by a series of scandals, the UPA government will tomorrow argue that it has initiated multiple reforms to curb corruption, taking on its critics on the very charges it faces. Saubhadra Chatterji
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.