The government said on Monday it will consult the Supreme Court on approaching the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over the death of Kargil martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia, who was allegedly tortured and killed in captivity by Pakistani troops during the 1999 war.
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government has ushered in 'achche din', Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said, making a strong pitch for ensuring the rights of all communities.
Security agencies recovered a rigged wireless set in north Kashmir’s restive Sopore area last month that revealed militants were adopting new communication strategies to bypass easy-to-track mobile cellular services.
This year's monsoon may reach the southern Kerala coast in the next five days as the rains have missed their normal start date of June 1, weather officials said on Monday.
A two-line tweet by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a one paragraph press release by Dr Manmohan Singh is all that we have in the public domain about their May 27 meeting.
About 25,000 foreign tourists, mostly Indians, planning to visit Kailash Mansarovar in Tibet through Nepal have been forced to change their plans as China has shut down all border points in the region after the recent devastating earthquakes in Nepal.
Water is an emotive issue in south Asia and the politics governing water-sharing formulae has dogged the region since Independence, often going beyond the merits of a treaty, especially between India and Pakistan.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will resume his countrywide padyatra (foot march) from Odisha on June 5.
Enhancing connectivity — rail, road and water — and boosting economic ties will form a substantial part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Dhaka on June 6 and 7.
Senior-most information commissioner Vijai Sharma is tipped to be new chief information commissioner, while former CBDT chief KV Chowdary is understood to be in the running for the central vigilance commissioner's post.
With the joint committee of Parliament starting its discussion on the land bill, which seeks to make acquisition easier, an affiliate of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh on Monday demanded the government to consider restoring the consent clause among others to address the apprehensions among the agrarian community.
In part one of a four-part series on housing discrimination, HT examines the roots of various kinds of prejudice Mumbaiites face when looking for a house, and what sustains this bias in India’s most cosmopolitan city.
The weathermen have predicted 93% rainfall this monsoon, but the Maharashtra government is not taking any chances. The disaster management department has floated tenders for cloud seeding, which will be processed and kept ready if the monsoon fails.
The derecognition of the Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle (APSC) by the Indian Institute of Technology–Madras (IIT) has sparked protests across other institutes, with some starting their own forums modelled around the group as a mark of solidarity.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Monday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagging the "distressing rise" in incidents of Dalit atrocities and demanded that a bill to prevent such crimes is brought in the monsoon session of Parliament next month.