Comptroller and auditor general Vinod Rai today attacked former lead auditor RP Singh for disowning the report on 2G spectrum allocation on "afterthought" and observed that loyalty to profession should be maintained even after retirement.
A Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) trooper killed two of his colleagues and injured two others in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar town early today, police said.
To target more number of customers, especially women, the Delhi State Civil Supplies Corporation Limited has decided to shift its loss-making shops to shopping malls in the city. Neelam Pandey reports.
Delhi University’s (DU) third open day on Monday saw participation from more than 600 prospective students and parents. DU officials held a short presentation on the application process under the new four-year programme after which questions were addressed.
About seven people killed during an encounter between securitymen and Maoists in Chhattisgarh on Friday were innocents, union home ministry and police sources confirmed on Monday.
When external affairs minister Salman Khurshid called on Li Keqiang on Monday, the Chinese PM started off with an old Chinese saying, “When you meet for the first time you are strangers, by the time you meet second time, you are friends, so we are friends.” Khurshid had met him for the first time on May 10.
Former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala was today granted interim bail for six weeks by the Delhi High Court for undergoing pacemaker implant surgery at a hospital in Delhi.
Intense heat wave sweeping Madhya Pradesh has claimed three lives in the state since yesterday, police said today.
A Delhi court has framed charges of extortion against a suspended crime branch inspector and three others for allegedly extorting money from a businessman in a murder case in 2008.
Parks in Delhi may soon have restaurants, art galleries and cultural performances, if a proposal by the Delhi Urban Art Commission (DUAC) is implemented. Sidhartha Roy reports.
A man accused of rape can be convicted only if he has a malafide intention of not fulfilling a promise of marrying the victim, the Supreme Court Monday said, describing the crime as an assault on the “body and privacy of the victims”.
With increasing temperatures, the power demand in the Capital touched an all-time high of 4,732 MW on Monday. According to the Delhi Transco Limited, the highest power demand of the season was recorded at 2:48 pm.
India has become notorious for crimes against women in rural and urban areas alike, to the extent that foreign countries have, in the past, issued travel advisories to their citizens visiting India. Let's take a look at a few cases where those accused of alleged harassment have managed to get away with their crimes.
Former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi was today remembered on his 22nd death anniversary with leaders paying homage at his memorial in New Delhi.
Intensifying its demolition and sealing drive, the South, East and North Delhi Municipal Corporations demolished unauthorised construction on Monday.