Maoists go on rampage in Chhattisgarh panchayat polls
The mainstream US media has described the India visit of US President Barack Obama as a successful foreign policy initiative, with a leading daily saying his 'personal chemistry' with Prime Minister Narendra Modi is helping steer Indo-US relations.
National Investigation Agency (NIA) missed police informer Sabir Khan Pathan, accused of framing former Kashmiri militant Liyaqat Shah in a terror case, by a whisker almost 10 months ago near Bhopal, sources told Hindustan Times on Wednesday.
The Islamic State militant group has named a breakaway Pakistani Taliban commander as its chief for Khurasan, the historic name for the area encompassing Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of India.
Delhi HC to hear PIL on Sunanda death case probe on February 4
Social activist Anna Hazare on Wednesday said he will once again launch a fresh agitation against the Narendra Modi government on the Lokpal issue.
Green rule being eased to allow memorials at coastal areas
BSP expels founder party leader for anti-Maya remark
The number of swine flu deaths across the country leapt about six times in the past two weeks, with 104 people succumbing to the viral infection so far this year, government figures show.
Delhi HC asks Centre to respond to activist's plea on lookout notice
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which conducts the GMAT exam for admissions to MBA in various universities across the world, has launched the new GMAT Enhanced Score Report to provide test takers with access to an in-depth analysis of their overall performance.
The Colonel-level Commanding Officer, who died fighting militants in Kashmir, was on Wednesday hailed by the Army for always leading from the front in operations and reaching out to youths in militancy-hit areas.
PDP and BJP may be heading towards forming a coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir with leaders of both the parties apprising Governor N N Vohra separately about progress in their talks even as they prepared for a tie-up in the coming Rajya Sabha elections.
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday said that over Rs 156 crore has been disbursed as ex-gratia relief in respect of 1,62,125 cases of structures damaged in last year's floods.
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad was not perturbed with Barack Obama’s prod to uphold religious freedom. It said on Wednesday US President's sharp parting shot was aimed at Christian missionaries and Islamic clerics.