Delhi police have arrested four persons and found 20 "sophisticated" country-made .32 bore pistols on them.
The poll buzz is in Delhi air. The political parties are closing ranks, devising strategies, mobilising voters, putting up campaigns, organising protests and some of them even deciding candidates for the 70 assembly seats in the national Capital.
An NGO, which had gone to court in protest of Delhi University's move to make math and science compulsory, has sent suggestions to varsity authorities for the rollout of the plan.
The Congress in West Bengal on Saturday attacked chief minister Mamata Banerjee on the implementation of the rural jobs programme, saying the state has turned out a poor performer despite tall claims of the state government.
Here is a list of the major Maoist attacks in the state of Chhattisgarh in the recent past.
Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Saturday asked the community kitchen operators to ensure langar services during the forthcoming annual yatra to the 3,880 metre high holy cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir himalayas till the conclusion of the pilgrimage.
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is set to advance stem cell research for Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a disease that attacks the central nervous system.
Delhi University's delay in naming colleges that will offer the proposed management studies course has led to confusion among applicants.The application process for the course has begun, but the applicants have no idea which colleges will offer the programme.
Sand sculptor Sudarshan Pattnaik on Saturday returned a piece of land allotted to him by the Odisha government protesting the fact that he had not been allowed to construct anything on it.
The credibility of cricket may be down but the best 100 young sportspersons in each district of India will get an assured government job. Chetan Chauhan reports.
An Afghan national has been arrested by customs officials for allegedly smuggling into the country gold valued at about Rs. 40 lakh at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in Delhi.
The 25-year-old malnourished woman, who was rescued after a year of self-imposed confinement at her east Delhi house on Friday, is one of the many (around 150 to be precise) that the mobile mental health unit of Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) rescues every year.
Seemingly wary of complicating the fragile Afghan security situation, India is unlikely to directly supply military equipment, including helicopters and ammunition, to Kabul despite President Hamid Karzai re-submitting the hardware list. Shishir Gupta reports.
Customs officials at the Indira Gandhi International Airport arrested an Afghan national with excess gold.
The power demand and the mercury both came down a notch on Saturday yet several parts of the Capital witnessed load-shedding.