Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted on Sunday his government was committed to the welfare of the poor, launching the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP's) mega campaign to mark the NDA government's one year in power.
Three army personnel and a militant were killed on the Line of Control in Tangdhar sector of Kashmir on Monday. According to an official, a group of four to seven infiltrators had probably sneaked into the Indian side on Sunday night near Darshan Post along the LoC opposite to Pakistan's Chhajula Post.
Sticking to its stand that McMahon Line on India-China boundary is "illegal", China Monday said it is ready to work with India to resolve the vexed border issue at an early date through "friendly consultations" to create more favourable conditions for bilateral ties.
Plans to formalise a merger of splinter units of the ‘Janata Parivar’ ahead of the Bihar elections appear to have been abandoned. The failure of old socialists to announce a merger after several rounds of deliberations during the past year has also raised question marks on the possibility of an alliance.
The Union road ministry is finalising a blueprint to auction public-funded road projects, which have been completed, to domestic and international players for operation and maintenance for a period of 15-20 years, in an attempt to finance its ambitious highway expansion plans.
A West Bengal minister was caught on camera letting a police bodyguard tie his shoelace on the sidelines of a public function in Kolkata on Monday.
Gujjar protesters in Rajasthan demanding a 5% quota in public sectors jobs toughened their stance on Monday, as they rejected a government invite for talks in Jaipur while demanding the state administration send a team to Bayana town near the site of the demonstration.
The Modi government’s plan to clean the Ganga faces its toughest challenge yet in Kanpur, a heavily industrialised north Indian riverside town which could make or mar the mission since it is crucial to plugging pollution elsewhere, experts say.
An Air India flight, from Delhi to Surat, turned into a nightmare for Arjuna awardee para-athlete Deepa Malik on Sunday, as the airline allegedly struggled to provide her a with a decent wheelchair despite her reporting at the airport two hours in advance.
The disturbing trend of domestic flight cancellations owing to technical snags continues. The data released by the civil aviation ministry revealed 48.2% of the domestic flights were cancelled because of this reason.
Radar specialist S Christopher has emerged as the frontrunner to take over as the next chief of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra has praised an Indian Sikh man who made international headlines after he broke religious protocol by removing his turban to help a profusely bleeding child in New Zealand.
Allaying fears regarding its stand on Article 370, which guarantees a special constitutional status to Jammu and Kashmir, BJP today said "status quo on it will be maintained".
Sources said that at around 9am, a few RPF officers allegedly caught a hawker for violating rules at the station and beat him up.
Life was tough for Dukhi Das, a 50-year-old landless Dalit woman from Manduki village in Odisha’s Puri district. She and her husband worked as daily wage labourers to provide just one square meal for their two children.