Indo-Tibetan Border Police chief Subhas Goswami termed the incursion by China in Ladakh during the recent visit of its President Xi Jinping to India as ‘uncommon’ as it had gone on for a fortnight, unlike in the past when such incidents didn’t last more than 10-15 minutes.
A day after HT reported that Indian Air Force’s entire fleet of 200 Su-30 MKI had been grounded for safety checks on ejection seats, the IAF admitted there was a freak ejection where seats fired on their own, leading to the crash.
The Narendra Modi government is planning to harness the power of social media to ensure the success of its flagship Swachh Bharat, or clean India, campaign that was launched on October 2.
Ahead of his visit to Srinagar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Siachen to spend some time with soldiers on Diwali. In Kashmir, separatists who called for a bandh are now under house arrest
About 40 families of an Uttarakhand village along the Mandakini bank are spending sleepless nights nowadays as the river is fast undercutting their land, forcing the village into a constant sink.
A seven-year-old Dalit boy had his head bashed into a pillar allegedly by a priest after he entered a temple at Nelamangala on the outskirts of Bengaluru.
BJP's decision to put senior leader Om Mathur, the man who helped the party pull off a huge win in the Maharashtra assembly polls, in charge of the party’s affairs in Uttar Pradesh is aimed at wresting the state from the ruling Samajwadi Party.
The Shyamal Sen Commission that was set up by chief minister Mamata Banerjee to identify the key persons responsible for the Saradha scam and return money to the depositors was wound up on Wednesday without achieving either of the objectives.
A village quack was lynched in Simdega district after he was held responsible for spreading a disease that has killed eight people in the area over the past week, police said on Wednesday.
This will be the first co-production film venture between the two countries under the memorandum of understanding (MoU) on audio-visual cooperation signed during President Xi Jinping’s India visit in September.
This is not the first time that crackers have been named after a celebrity or famous figure. But unlike on earlier occasions, it is a ‘Modi firecracker wave; that has relegated all others to the sidelines.
A 17-year-old Jaipur girl was sexually assaulted in a moving car and later raped by six men in a hotel on the highway to Ajmer in July this year, according to a police complaint filed recently in the Rajasthan capital.
Sweets, dry fruits, lights, crackers, gift boxes and fresh flowers: Diwali sparkles memories of good times shared with friends and family. If you are far away from home, Diwali makes you nostalgic. It doesn't matter what faith you belong to.
The government will likely disclose to the Supreme Court next week names of people against whom strong evidence exists of stashing away black money in Swiss banks.