The BSF personnel don't want Pooja to wear the salwar suit gifted by the Pakistani side
The Cabinet Committee on Security has cleared the decks for building two more nuclear power units
The government had then kept the issue on hold
The shift in venue for Narendra Modi’s date with the Ficci Ladies Organization (FLO) to a five-star hotel had as much to do with avoiding a clash with the Congress as with the rush for seats.
In a game which went down to the Super Over, Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 5 runs at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.
Around 88% Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay students claim that they do not study as their professors do not manage to generate interest in their courses.
The traffic police have terminated the services of Bandra-Khar traffic warden Anita Lobo, who had taken on Congress MP Nilesh Rane for blocking traffic in January.
Two photographs accessed by TOI show Chinese characters (possibly indicating firing modes) on an AK-56 rifle, and ULFA cadres assembling sophisticated Heckler & Koch 33 assault rifles somewhere in the jungles of the region.
Ajit Pawar was forced to issue a public apology after his remarks, laced with crass humour, came in for all-round criticism.
Actor Sanjay Dutt is all set to move the Supreme Court by way of a review petition against its March 21 judgement upholding his conviction under the Arms Act and for having imposed a five-year sentence on him.
United States President Barack Obama remark's calling Indian-American Kamala Harris the "best-looking attorney general" created a furore, for which he later apologised.
Maoists blew up railway tracks in Latehar district of Jharkhand and Vaishali district of Bihar on Saturday, the first day of a two-day Jharkhand-Bihar bandh called by them.
Survivors are still coming to terms with the tragedy that struck the ill-fated seven-storey building in Shil Phata's Lucky Compound in which over 70 people were killed.
Amid growing speculation over Narendra Modi's role in the next Lok Sabha polls, Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Saturday remained non-committal on the issue of prime ministerial candidate even as he hailed the Gujarat chief minister as most popular leader of the country.
Italy, which has pardoned a United States air force officer, convicted in absentia last year for his role in the Central Investigation Agency abduction of an Egyptian terror suspect, hoped that India will follow the same principle for two Italian marines facing murder chargers for shooting two fishermen in India.
Former South African president and anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela was discharged from hospital on Saturday where he spent 10 days for pneumonia treatment.
Anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare on Saturday said the country's politicians have looted the nation more than the Britishers did in over a century before Independence.
Raking up the Ram temple issue, Bharatiya Janata Party leader L K Advani on Saturday asked partymen not to be apologetic for the Ayodhya movement and instead take pride in it.
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday attacked Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for terming India a "beehive", saying he was shocked that someone could describe `mother India' thus.
Heartbreaking tales like a male survivor losing 13 of his family members unfolded, as rescuers armed with sensor-fitted equipment still looked for survivors and bodies in the debris of bricks, mortar and twisted steel, a day after the collapse at Shil-Phata in Daighar in Mumbra.