The Delhi High Court on Thursday appointed an amicus curiae to assist it on the "maintainability" of a petition levelling charges of criminal misconduct and corruption against Himachal chief minister Virbhadra Singh.
The Indian Navy has found the body of lieutenant Kiran Shekhawat from the fuselage of the Dornier aircraft that crashed into the Arabian sea about 25 nautical miles away from the Goa coast on Tuesday night.
A Delhi court is likely to hear on Friday the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI’s) closure report in a case against senior Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in connection with the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi and contended that his state will lose Rs 50,000 crore due to implementation of the 14th Finance Commission recommendations which he wanted to be compensated by the Centre.
Documents accessed by Hindustan Times indicate Ravi may have taken his own life after he was rebuffed by a female colleague, who had known him for six years. The documents are a part of official records and procured with the help of sources in Bengaluru police.
Police opened fire in Patna on Thursday to prevent activists of the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) from marching towards the state legislature, where the budget session is underway.
The Indian Navy's search teams may have found the wreckage of a surveillance plane that plunged into the Arabian Sea 25 nautical miles southwest of Goa late Tuesday night.
Senior IAS officer of Haryana, Ashok Khemka on Thursday said that his action in Vadra-DLF land-license deal has been "vindicated in the CAG report but he continues to suffer the stigma of charge sheet."
When Odisha's Subrat Sahu allegedly raped a woman, filmed the act and circulated it a mobile messaging app, he did not expect to be arrested five years after he committed the crime.
Intensifying their protest on the issue of compensation for rain and hailstorm-hit farmers, the Congress MLAs on Thursday began an indefinite hunger strike in the well of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly.
A Goan village, Salvador do Mundo, has banned kissing in public, saying it causes irritation to residents. According to the deputy sarpanch of the village the decision was taken by the village panchayat based on requests from locals.
India has some of the world's deadliest roads, with more than 200,000 fatalities annually, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The deaths are blamed on weak laws, which are routinely flouted by drivers and poorly enforced, often by corrupt officials.
A Goa legislator, Caitu Silva, has accused some government officials and bureaucrats of calling Christians 'pig eaters'. He made this statement in the state assembly on Wednesday. Silva belongs to Goa Vikas Party which is a part of the ruling coalition in the state.
In the first such case, the owner of a string of award-winning Indian restaurants in the UK has been charged with the manslaughter of a 38-year-old customer who died following a severe allergic reaction after eating a curry that contained peanuts.
Indian grandfather slammed to the ground by a police officer in Alabama. Sikhs gunned down by a white supremacist in Wisconsin. Temples vandalized in Washington.