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.
Over the past 12 years, Rajamani has battled two bouts of breast cancer, loss of vision in one eye, respiratory collapse and kidney failure. But nothing could stop her from pursuing a doctorate degree.
Former finance minister P Chidambaram downplayed the year-old Narendra Modi government’s publicly stated achievements on Monday, saying the new administration cleverly repackaged its predecessor’s policies and benefited from a sharp dip in global crude prices.
Supreme court on Monday sought response of Haryana government on a plea seeking handing over to CBI the investigation into the alleged rape of an MBA student of a private university in Hisar.
Eleven people, including a five-year-old girl, were killed and 17 others injured when a vehicle collided head-on with a bus on Mumbai-Ahmedabad Highway in Palghar in the wee hours on Monday, police said.
Five Bihar districts were put on flood alert on Monday over fears of a dramatic rise in the water level of the Gandak river.
Seven persons from Maharashtra, who were going to Tirupati Balaji, were killed when their vehicle rammed into a house on the roadside of Andhra Pradesh's Kurnool district.
The Supreme Court today stayed the execution of death sentence of a young woman and her lover convicted for killing seven members of her family, including a 10-month-old baby, in Uttar Pradesh in 2008.
A man was killed and two others were injured when militants fired indiscriminately at a telecom company’s outlet at Sopore in north Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to announce the implementation of the “one rank one pension” (OROP) scheme for retired personnel of the armed forces at his rally in Mathura on Monday to mark one year of his government.
Vehicular traffic on two major highways in Rajasthan’s Dausa and Sawai Madhopur districts were severely hit on Sunday as the Gujjar community protested for the fourth consecutive day to demand 5% reservation in government jobs, police said.
Nitin Gadkari is worried at the portrayal of BJP's image as anti-farmer, anti-poor by the opposition. The union minister attacks Congress, tells party cadre not to get defensive in the face of criticism, at BJP's Maharashtra convention.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has rejected a proposal to set up statutory public grievance commissions at the Centre and states to hear appeals from people whose complaints to the government had remained unheard, or unresolved.
The Modi government intends to discourage departments from running to superior courts at the drop of the hat and instead, first carry out an honest assessment to see if it really has a case.
Noting that voluntary disclosures of information have been ‘below par’, a CIC-constituted panel has said that details of domestic and foreign visits of union ministers should be proactively disclosed and kept updated.