Prime Minister Narendra Modi continued his attack on the Congress and its leadership on Saturday, saying “suit-boot is definitely more acceptable than suitcase” and that leaving the Opposition devoid of any concrete issue with which to target his government was among his biggest achievements.
A day after the emergence of an AAP proposal to buy high-end spying equipment worth Rs 3.2 crore, the Delhi government denied on Saturday any plans to acquire surveillance devices for the Anti-Corruption Branch amid continuing protests by the BJP and Congress.
In India’s natural death trap, the sun is the second biggest killer after water and its victims have increased by over 60% in the last decade as thousands die because of ineffective heat management plans by the government.
America’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the powerful regulator for all communication, has proposed that poor citizens of the US should have subsidised access to the internet via broadband.
Rahul Gandhi on Saturday made a blistering attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi accusing him of being in an "amazing hurry" to "grab" land from poor farmers by deciding to repromulgate the land ordinance for the third time.
With offline registration yet to open up for its 54,000 seats, Delhi University has received more than one lakh online applications for admission to various undergraduate courses offered by the premier institute.
Author and activist Arundhati Roy has come out in support of the student group banned by IIT-Madras on the charge of inciting “hatred” against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Hindus, saying it had “touched a nerve” by making the connection between big business and casteism.
Life of people across the world has been disrupted by the freaky weather patterns. Experts predict further detirioration in days to come.
A powerful and extremely deep earthquake struck near remote Japanese islands and shook most of the country Saturday evening, but officials said there was no threat of a tsunami, and no injuries or damage were immediately reported.
Volunteers belonging to the leftist DYFI were detained on Saturday after they tried to stage a road blockade outside IIT, Madras to protest the derecognition of a students' group for allegedly criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, even as some political parties expressed concern over 'threats' to freedom of expression.
The Union Cabinet on Saturday recommended re-promulgation of the controversial land acquisition ordinance for the third time, drawing a sharp rebuke from the opposition Congress which has been stalling the bill’s passage in the Rajya Sabha.
The south-west monsoon failed to keep its date on Saturday with Kerala, its first stopover, with the weathermen saying the sluggish delay will be there for only a couple of days.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has defended the contentious land acquisition bill and stressed his government’s commitment to implementing the “one rank one pension” (OROP) scheme for retired military personnel.
Sohanlal Valmiki, the man who disappeared after serving a seven-year jail term after he sexually assaulted nurse Aruna Shanbaug, says his life has been a penance for 42 years during which he gave up his “bad habits”.
Pakistani authorities and broadcasters blanked out news of a suicide attack near Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium to ensure that it would not impact a game between the national cricket team and Zimbabwe, the country’s information minister has said.