Three images captured by Mangalyaan – India’s first spacecraft to Mars - has been uploaded in social media a day before Holi.
Despite allegations of sexual harassment, RK Pachauri, the director general of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) is still part of some of the prominent international bodies even though he has resigned from Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Prime Minister’s Council on Climate Change.
Asserting that the land bill is not anti-farmer, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday criticised the opposition for creating hurdles in the passage of the measure in Rajya Sabha, where the NDA government does not have a majority.
A mob lynched an alleged rapist, said to be a Bangladeshi national, on Thursday after breaking into a central jail in Nagaland's Dimapur town and dragging him out.
The government is unlikely to be able to fully keep the controversial documentary on the December 16 gang-rape out of reach for Indian users for long, as the video spread far and wide on the internet within hours of its telecast in Britain.
After having skipped the party’s protest against the land acquisition ordinance last month, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is likely to join an agitation by farmers from Bhatta-Parsaul on the issue in Delhi on March 16.
Former union minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has been absolved by the Central Administrative Tribunal of the charge of putting pressure on AIIMS doctor to submit a "tailor-made autopsy report" in the Sunanda Pushkar murder case.
Article 370, which grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir, "cannot be touched" and people do not get swayed by slogans anymore, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti asserted on Thursday, days after her party's coalition partner BJP agreed to maintain status quo on the controversial issue.
Fresh casualties drove the swine flu toll past the 1,200-mark while more than 23,000 cases of the disease have been reported in the country.
Senior journalist recalls experience with politicians who wanted to be 'friends' with her.
The government has asked YouTube to remove all links to a controversial documentary about the gang rape and murder of a woman in Delhi after banning its broadcast, a government official said on Thursday.
Mythology says this is the village where Krishna stayed for a few years with his foster father Nanda Baba and mother Yashoda. Nandgaon and the adjacent Barsana, the native place of Radha, is where Holi is played in all its multi-hued glory as villagers re-enact the romantic escapades of the two celestial lovers. The world comes to watch as the Lathmaar Holi is played in all its mythological significance and a large dollop of fun.
The year was 2005.
The government decided to bar the telecast of a documentary by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin on the December 2012 Delhi gang-rape, with home minister Rajnath Singh telling Parliament he was "stunned and deeply hurt" when he heard about the controversial interview of one of the convicts.
The BBC telecast a controversial documentary on the 2012 Delhi gangrape early on Thursday morning (IST), even as the Indian government moved to block the film worldwide. Home minister Rajnath Singh had directed BBC and the ministries of information and broadcasting, external affairs, and information technology to ensure British filmmaker Leslee Udwin's film, India's Daughter, was not broadcast or put on social platforms anywhere in the world, officials said. A Delhi court also upheld a ban on the film.