There are hundreds of MBBS students who were expelled although they claim to have had no connection with the Vyapam scam which helped candidates buy seats in medical colleges and government jobs in Madhya Pradesh.
Just before they attacked the Dinanagar police station in Punjab's Gurdaspur district on Monday morning, the three terrorists were caught on a security camera just outside the town.
Police in Chhattisgarh found themselves in the dock after a judicial commission probing the alleged gang-rape and killing of a poor tribal girl some years ago pinned the blame for her death on them.
VHP chief Praveen Togadia on Tuesday termed India's policy towards Pakistan as a "failure" and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should put an end to the "saree, shawl" diplomacy following the Gurdaspur terror attack and exhibit a "strong will" to deal with terrorism.
India and China are facing an exodus of their wealthiest citizens with tens of thousands of "high-net-worth individuals" (HNWIs) having left to seek greener pastures, according to a new report.
BHARAT has lost a Ratna, but the light from this jewel will guide us towards APJ Abdul Kalam's dream-destination: India as a knowledge superpower, in the first rank of nations, writes PM Narendra Modi.
Encounters with the armed forces and ambushes have returned to haunt the Northeast after the NSCN-K junked a 14-year-old ceasefire in March. The group has since then killed about 30 security personnel across Manipur, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh.
Photographs of leaders paying tribute to former President APJ Abdul Kalam, who died in Shillong on Monday.
Former president Dr APJ Abdul Kalam died on Monday. Here's a first person account from his session from Jaipur Literature Festival in 2015.
Former President APJ Abdul Kalam worried about the terror attack in Gurdaspur and the repeated disruptions of Parliament in his final hours before he collapsed during a speech at the IIM-Shillong and died.
The Goa Police on Tuesday issued summons to former chief minister Digambar Kamat and quizzed former Public Works minister Churchill Alemao in connection with the pay off case involving US firm Louis Berger.
International figures from politics, leadership and business from around the world paid their tributes for the death of the former President of India. Dr Kalam suffered a major cardiac arrest during a lecture at IIM - Shillong after which he collapsed and was declared dead on Monday evening.
Sixteen Indians died in road accidents every hour in 2014, most of them on two-wheelers, and a majority of them as a result of overspeeding and careless driving, according to the latest data by National Crime Records Bureau.
The Missile Man touched the lives of millions of Indian youth and inspired them to dream big. Kalam's books, speeches, and interactive sessions with children across the country went a long way in propelling the youth to work hard to turn those dreams into a reality.
Poll: Has APJ Abdul Kalam set the gold standard for how a president should be?