Millions of workers across India went on a 24-hour strike on Wednesday to protest against changes in labour laws and privatisation of PSUs, affecting normal life in many cities.
An anonymous caller who tipped off Mumbai police about the alleged murder of Sheena Bora could hold the key to several answered questions, as investigators dig deeper into an incident which has gripped the nation for more than a week.
The Delhi woman who was allegedly raped by an Uber driver in December last year has voluntarily ended her lawsuit against the app based taxi service, according to a US court filing.
Security forces engaged militants in a gun battle in Rafiabad area of northern Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, officials said.
Markets opened in the green on Wednesday a day after the government decided to waive Minimum Alternate Taxes on capital gains made by foreign institutional investors retrospectively.
The decision to change the name of Aurangzeb Road—located in the heart of Lutyens’ Delhi—after former president APJ Abdul Kalam, is likely to cause an existential crisis for many government establishments, five-star hotels and private addresses.
A quarter of the Air India's Boeing 787 co-pilots, trained at a cost of Rs 15 crore, are eyeing jobs as commanders. The state-owned airline operator is surviving on a bailout funded by the taxpayer.
Three police teams have been camped in West Bengal, Guwahati and Jharkhand to comb through Khanna’s financial statements and investment papers to unearth a financial motive behind the gruesome murder.
The defence ministry’s top acquisition body — the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) — gave a go ahead to the negotiation committee on purchasing Rafale jets for the Indian Air Force, signalling an end to the deadlock in talks over the purchase of the 36 fighter jets.
Nearly 150 million workers from 10 central trade unions will go on strike on Wednesday against the government’s proposed labour reforms with the protest likely to shut down banks, factories as well as auto, taxi and flight services in many parts of the country.
Violence flared up in Manipur on Tuesday as three people died allegedly in clashes with police a day after an angry mob torched the houses of a minister and five legislators to protest new state laws that aim to regulate the influx of outsiders.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a blistering attack against the Nitish Kumar-led grand alliance on Tuesday, accusing it of “cheating” people as he pushed development to the forefront of Bihar’s looming poll battle.
If diplomacy is an art, as some have said, handling Pakistan can be high art, as seen in a bunch of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s emails released Monday night.
Jat leaders of a village in Uttar Pradesh's Baghpat district have denied a khap panchayat was ever convened and said no diktat was issued that two Dalit sisters be raped and paraded naked as revenge for their brother's action of eloping with a married woman from their community.
Siddhartha Das, whose identity and location were a matter of great speculation for the past few days, has accepted that he is the biological father of Sheena Bora and is ready to undergo a DNA test to prove it.