Union minister Manish Tewari on Sunday refused to comment on UP minister Azam Khan's charge that external affairs minister Salman Khurshid had hatched a "conspiracy" to defame him outside India.
BJP today described the attack on Sarabjit Singh in a Pakistani jail as the "most unfortunate episode" and slammed the alleged "weak and meek" response of the government on this and other issues, including Chinese incursion.
Making no secret that he is hurt, former Union minister and senior Congress leader SM Krishna today attacked the candidate-selection process in his party for the Karnataka Assembly elections.
Slamming the UPA government for adopting the path of confrontation with the Opposition, the BJP on Saturday made it clear that it was in no mood to let passage of bills in Parliament.
The police have arrested a jailed person in connection with Bangalore’s April 17 blast, taking the number of those nabbed to four, HT reports
The Congress has stolen a march over the BJP and taken itself a step closer to the National Food Security Bill in its Karnataka election manifesto, apart from addressing the requirements of agriculture, industry and infrastructure.
Defence minister AK Antony today said that negotiations are in progress at "various levels" to resolve the incursion issue with China peacefully.
In the wake of the Bangalore blast, home minister Sushilkumar Shinde today pushed for setting up the NCTC to strengthen intelligence gathering.
The ruling BJP's first election campaign in Bangalore earlier this month might have been a non-starter, with most of the Central leaders failing to show up. But the party more than made up for it on Sunday with a huge show of strength.
Mathematical genius Shakuntala Devi, popularly known as the 'human computer' for her ability to make complex mental calculations, died at a city hospital on Sunday. HT
The BJP's Karnataka poll manifesto, released by party leader Arun Jaitley on Friday, addressed various segments of society such as college students, the middle classes, agriculturists and people below the poverty line.
Besides the configurations of caste and region, lineage emerged as a major factor in deciding who got the ticket to contest the May 5 polls in Karnataka. Naveen Ammembala reports.
Twenty five kg of rice at rupee one for all poor families and free laptops/tablets to pre-university level and graduate students are among a set of allurements to Karnataka's ruling BJP held out to the electorates in its manifesto for May 5 assembly polls.
Two persons were on Wednesday detained for questioning in connection with the bomb blast in Bangalore, police sources said.
Raja Gel-90 — the substance used to cause Wednesday’s blast in Bengaluru — has provided a vital key in the investigation. And the needle of suspicion points towards the Indian Mujahideen and the Bhatkal brothers.