Thou who lay trap on Facebook shall be trapped so, learnt a "rapist" from police. Two months ago, a twenty-year-old girl in Dhanbad got a friend request on Facebook from a man. He looked attractive in his profile picture. She accepted the request. And they began chatting and then talking.
Working president of the Opposition National Conference, Omar Abdullah on Friday hit out at PDP-BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir over the remarks of defence minister Manohar Parrikar on the strategy of eliminating militants in the state.
A blazing sun baked large parts of India on Friday with a searing heat wave claiming dozens of lives this summer in a budding El Nino year, while the weather office predicted worse days ahead.
The proposal to hike financial assistance was sent by in 2012 by the cabinet of the outgoing Omar Abdullah headed Congress-National Conference government. The cabinet approval is must for getting this financial assistance from the centre.
A 9-year-old tigress and her four grown-up cubs are now a major attraction at the Corbett Tiger Reserve (CTR).
Defence minister Manohar Parrikar Friday began his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir to review the security situation in the state.
The NDA government has ushered in an environment of enthusiasm on the economic front and it is taking decisions in order to promote development, finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday.
Altamas Kabir, the 39th Chief Justice of India (CJI), who has delivered several landmark judgments on human rights spoke to HT about the new Juvenile Justice Act and juvenile rights.
The Narendra Modi government's national education policy that aims to boot out the traditional one-size-fits-all approach towards academics is likely to miss its December deadline as a process of countrywide consultations to frame the guidelines has turned into a logistical nightmare for states.
The controversy over the encounter killing of conman Manoj Vashisht refuses to die down with the role of a member of the special investigation team leading to questions over the Delhi Police's claim of an impartial probe.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday rapped St Stephen’s College Principal Valson Thampu over the manner in which he handled the suspension of student editor Devansh Mehta of its banned e-zine for “violating” discipline and asked him to revoke the suspension.
Despite a Supreme Court ban, the mining mafia continues its operations right under the nose of the district administration and the defence services. An HT team witnessed three dynamite blasts within a half hour span in the endangered Aravalli zone.
The Opposition found BJP patriarch LK Advani by its side at a parliamentary standing committee meeting on net neutrality on Thursday, amid a raging row that the government was trying to gift Internet space to corporate groups.
Separatist Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani should declare he is an Indian to get a passport, defence minister Manohar Parrikar said on Thursday.
Minister of state for parliamentary affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday justified the ban on cow slaughter and asked all those who wanted to eat beef to go to Pakistan.