An anonymous caller who tipped off Mumbai police about the alleged murder of Sheena Bora could hold the key to several answered questions, as investigators dig deeper into an incident which has gripped the nation for more than a week.
Security forces engaged militants in a gun battle in Rafiabad area of northern Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, officials said.
An FIR has been filed against self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa and more than a dozen of her family members as well as associates, based on a complaint filed by TV actress Dolly Bindra, said Mumbai police on Wednesday.
V Sainath (18), a native of Ramakrishnapuram in Adilabad district of the state, had left his hostel at Medchal in Hyderabad on Monday afternoon and was not seen since then, police said on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a blistering attack against the Nitish Kumar-led grand alliance on Tuesday, accusing it of “cheating” people as he pushed development to the forefront of Bihar’s looming poll battle.
The Jharkhand high court pumped adrenaline into the nine-year-old rape victim’s case by sacking the sub-inspector-rank investigating officer for tardy pace of probe and directing the government to hand over the case to an officer not below the rank of deputy superintendent of police.
In a sudden development, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday met former Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh to discuss the possible organisational changes in the state unit.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday arrested Showkat Ahmed Bhat, a resident of Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir, in connection with its probe into the Udhampur attack.
The defence ministry’s top acquisition body — the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) — gave a go ahead to the negotiation committee on purchasing Rafale jets for the Indian Air Force, signalling an end to the deadlock in talks over the purchase of the 36 fighter jets.
Welcome in earnest to the Narendra Modi regime. If the 'Babudom' felt bored by the 'Chalta hai' attitude of the previous UPA dispensation, the NDA brought a whiff of fresh air. After a long time, the bureaucrats found their voice with the Prime Minister engaging them directly, sometimes even keeping the ministers at bay.
India will soon get its first skill university for accreditation of skilling centers and to allow them to issue degrees and diplomas equivalent to conventional educational institutions. Employment exchanges in the country will also act as skill counseling centers.
In a show of unity and to counter the rivals’ propaganda of discord in the “secular” alliance, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is likely to share the stage with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad during his campaign trail in Bihar.
Vice-president Hamid Ansari’s call for “affirmative action” for backward Muslims as a “pre-requisite” for equality has re-ignited a prickly debate, with the BJP and right-wing Vishwa Hindu Parishad slamming Ansari for making a case for reservation.
The Patel agitation spearhead Hardik Patel will organise a "reverse" Dandi march from Dandi to Ahmedabad later this week in a bid to scale up the movement in its second phase.
Violence flared up in Manipur on Tuesday as three people died allegedly in clashes with police a day after an angry mob torched the houses of a minister and five legislators to protest new state laws that aim to regulate the influx of outsiders.