From the road in Delhi that melted due to scorching heat to President Pranab Mukherjee's armoured car, here is the round up of this week's most watched videos.
In a first of its kind initiative, an artificial heart lung machine has been used to cure a child suffering from swine flu at the Apollo Children's Hospital in Chennai.
The Union cabinet on Saturday approved upgradation of 29 cities and towns on the basis of 2011 population census for providing higher house and transportation allowance to central government employees.
Fares for first class and AC class in passenger trains besides freight charges will be increased by 0.5% from June 1 as new service tax will come into effect.
Rejecting criticism that he has concentrated all powers in his hands, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said Narendra Modi is a hands-on Prime Minister who listens to everybody but his word is final.
Muhammad Iqbal, who composed the timeless tune “Saare Jahaan Se Achcha” before going on to play a key role in the movement for the creation of Pakistan, did not get a Nobel prize as the label of a poet for Muslims stuck to him, his grandson Waleed Iqbal has said.
At least three army jawans were injured on Saturday in an explosion at the Gorkha Rifles headquarters in Uttarakhand’s capital Dehradun, officials said.
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.
Giridhar Gamang, one of the country’s best known tribal leaders and a former chief minister of Odisha, resigned from the Congress on Saturday citing 'humiliation' and 'loss of self-respect'.
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.
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.
Atali village near Faridabad has seen several days of violent disputes over land, and whether it belongs to the Muslim waqf or the local panchayat.
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”.
A decision by IIT-Madras to derecognise a students’ body that allegedly criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi brought people out on the streets in protest on Friday but institute officials defended the move, saying the group violated guidelines.