A woman and her accomplice were arrested for allegedly strangulating her husband to death in April, police said. Monica Bedi alias Mona and her accomplice Ranjit Singh were arrested on Friday night for killing Jaspal earlier this year over some property dispute.
Scouting for a house and wondering where to go house hunting this weekend? Drop by at the Epicenter, Gurgaon where HT Estates is holding a property fair.
Ruchir Sharma, Morgan Stanley exec, on reasons why nations grow, or fail to grow
Blame it on politics, says the latest analysis of why some countries are wealthier than others
From an office comedy to a tribute to curry, there is an eclectic mix of books to whet your appetite this time. Read on to know more.
A Sikh Plan to eradicate all Muslims from East Punjab They alleged that the Sikhs had a definite plan to eliminate Muslims from East Punjab and that the Hindu group, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), was behind many heinous bomb blasts and other assaults on Muslims.Read the full extract
Jaipur Lit Fest has started on a note of allegations -- be it the issue of reverse racism or it being slammed as a tamasha
If parents could get their kids to read only one book on history, decided Niall Ferguson, it would have to be a book that answered why the West rose to preeminence in the past five centuries. Civilization: The West And The Rest is his solution.
Sri Lankan-born novelist Michael Ondaatje, Pakistani writer Fatima Bhutto, Nigerian poet and novelist Ben Okri and New Yorker editor David Remnick are among the big names on the literary high street who will grace the DSC Jaipur Literature Festival 2012 Jan 20-24.
The festival will focus on subjects like vegetarianism, Bhakti and
Public officials in India may be cornering as much as Rs.92,122 crore, or 1.26 percent of the GDP, through corruption, says a new book by two economic experts.
When Thomas Jefferson died, scores of slaves were sold from his Monticello plantation to settle his debts. Peter Fossett, 11, was among them, recalling that he was "born and reared as free, not knowing that I was a slave, then suddenly, at the death of Jefferson, put on an auction block and sold to strangers."
The Rambagh Palace Hotel, which is a prestigious heritage property, has taken up the initiative to attract the thousands of book lovers expected to visit the Pink City Jan 20-24 for the literary event.
The ongoing Jaipur Literature Festival isnt just high on books and the Salman Rushdie controversy this time. Theres also Benquiri, Ondaatje Slammer, Pinker Colada, Kunzru Punch and Dalrymple Breezer you can get drunk on.
Asia's largest literature festival cancelled a televised speech by Salman Rushdie minutes before it was scheduled to begin on Tuesday, amid death threats to its organizer and fears of violent protests at the event by Muslim groups.
A court in Munich has banned British publisher Peter McGee from printing excerpts in Germany from Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" because it breaches copyright laws.
McGee planned to publish excerpts from the book accompanied with commentaries as a supplement to his weekly newspaper, the Focus magazine