With the Met department lowering its rainfall outlook to ‘deficient’ from the earlier ‘below-normal’ prediction, the Centre is preparing to deal with a drought in the country.
The government on Tuesday sought to dismiss reports that the 'Make in India' logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a "vibrant and dynamic" lion as against a "dull and boring" picture in Switzerland's ad campaign.
Authorities said on Tuesday they had identified some local youngsters associated with indigenous terror group Hizbul Mujahideen who targeted telecom workers and infrastructure in a string of attacks that began last month, disrupting communication lines in the trouble-torn state.
Somnath Chatterjee is likely to be called in for questioning for his alleged role in the massacre of 16 monks and a nun of Ananda Marga in Kolkata in 1982.
Ever seen a tiger cross a four-lane highway? Wildlife activists say they dread the prospect as the Rajasthan government eats into the predator’s shrinking habitat with a decision to widen a thoroughfare passing through the popular Sariska reserve.
Deputy superintendent of police Sanjay Bharti has expressed his inability to join the ACB due to medical reasons.
Jubilation in Hyderabad and agitation in Vijayawada marked the first anniversary of the formation of Telangana and residual Andhra Pradesh on June 2 last year with Telangana spending about Rs 20 crore for the week-long festivities and AP demanding justice for the divided state.
The National Food Security Act, a landmark welfare legislation enacted by the UPA and upheld by the ruling NDA, risks being stalled in a majority of states which have failed to modernise their pilferage-prone distribution networks.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday appointed former Intelligence Bureau Chief Syed Asif Ibrahim Special Envoy to West Asia and the Afghanistan-Pakistan (Af-Pak) region.
A parliamentary panel may recommend a new permissible limit for call drops and penalty on service providers for any violation.
PM Narendra Modi carried out his biggest reshuffle of secretary-level officers on Tuesday, appointing fresh faces to head crucial departments of commerce, civil aviation and power.
The twitter handler, Mehdi Masroor Biswas's cover was blown by a British channel. He was arrested in December 2014 and has been charged under sections of the UAPA that deal with abeting terrorism and supporting a terrorist organisation.
IIT-Madras called an emergency meeting to discuss the derecognition of the student group, which is insisting on re-recognition.
The water transport business in the country is expected to receive a major boost as the transport and shipping ministry plans of inter-modal connectivity with rail and road for cargo hubs. The project would enable economic logistics in the country, generating employment.
Parents of Kargil martyr Capt Saurabh Kalia on Monday thanked the Centre for indicating that it could approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against his brutal torture by the Pakistan army, but said they would believe its assurances only if these are backed by concrete action.