In one of the rare instances, the Speaker allowed the question hour and the zero hour, ignoring slogan-shouting MPs who were waving placards. She adjourned the House without allowing Mallikarjun Kharge to speak after home minister Rajnath Singh’s statement on Gurdaspur terror attack.
The Delhi Police’s ‘FIR on the phone’ initiative has received a thumbs-up from the people, especially train passengers. The facility was launched so that people on the move, while travelling in trains and otherwise, could register their complaints with the police without having to locate or visit a police station.
At the stroke of midnight, Bangladeshi enclaves in Indian territory turned into Indian land with an Indian pin code. Altogether 14,856 residents of these enclaves turned Indian, putting an end to an agony that started in 1947 with the Partition.
Five-year-old Jehad Hussain Obama was irritated and bored to death on Friday. While all the boys and girls of his age group were playing and watching the villagers through a hectic day to prepare for the midnight celebration of their ‘freedom’, Jehad was forced to give a series of sittings before print and electronic media from different parts of the country besides submitting to the dozens of enclave dwellers who dropped by to cuddle him.
Family members of two Indians still held hostage in the Islamic State-controlled Libyan city of Sirte were on tenterhooks praying for their safe return home while relatives of two others freed from captivity breathed a sigh of relief at their release on Friday.
Three policemen, including a special house officer, and a taxi driver were injured after suspected militants opened fire on a police checkpost in Pattan area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Friday night.
India and Bangladesh have agreed to resolve the long-standing issue of enclaves, but a host of other issues – ranging from river water to the mouth-watering Hilsa fish – remain sticking points between the two nations.
A three-member panel constituted by the Supreme Court has exonerated a Madhya Pradesh high court judge of sexual harassment charges after he was accused of asking a junior woman colleague to dance to an item number.
Officers from the Mumbai police filmed the huge crowds that gathered at Mahim and Bada Kabrastan at Marine Lines for Yakub Memon’s funeral on Thursday, and the police will now scan the footage to find out if any known criminals were present.
Special prayers were held at mosques and temples in enclaves inside Bangladesh as the countdown to the exchange scheduled for Friday midnight began.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) ordered the removal of Air India’s (AI) flight safety chief AS Soman after it found that the airline had failed to preserve crucial flight monitoring data.
Nearly 2,000 Indians live in Libya where the Islamic State (IS) has stepped up its offensive to use the country as a launch pad to extend its influence to north Africa, leaving the security situation extremely volatile.
Three complaints have been received against Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh units of Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages in the last two years, and forwarded to the respective state governments for investigation and action for violation.
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis announced on Friday that an officer of additional director general rank has been appointed to probe the Jalna rape case in which the victim was used as a "bait" to nab the culprits and was allegedly raped again as a consequence.
Some business was conducted on Friday in the Lok Sabha which has been witnessing disruptions ever since the Monsoon session began on July 21 as the opposition has been relentlessly and vociferously raising the issue of Lalit Modi controversy and Vyapam scam.