Ahmednagar to be renamed after Ahilyadevi Holkar: CM
Earlier, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said at the function that he would request CM Shinde to rename Ahmednagar city as Ahilyanagar'.
Row in MP over school uniform containing 'hijab'
Earlier, it was alleged that a poster of Ganga Jamuna Higher Secondary School in Damoh showed girls, including Hindu students, wearing headscarves that looked like hijab.
Manipur CM wants looted arms returned, warns of action
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Wednesday appealed to people to surrender weapons looted from security forces and warned of legal action against anyone found to be in unauthorised and illegal possession of arms and ammunition.
Five guarantees: Karnataka cabinet to decide on June 2
Asserting that his government will implement the five poll 'guarantees' promised ahead of the assembly polls, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday said officials have shared their inputs on financial implications, and the cabinet will meet on June 2 to decide on the implementation.
Man booked for raping, trying to convert Mumbai model
The 23-year-old woman was motivated to approach police after watching the film The Kerala Story, the police official said citing her complaint.
Gyanvapi case: HC upholds Hindu women's right to pray
The committee had filed the petition in the high court against the order of the district judge of Varanasi in September last year that turned down its objections on the maintainability of the suit filed by the five Hindu women.
Shah visits Manipur border town, holds security meet
Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a review meeting in Moreh town of Manipur on Wednesday to take stock of the security situation in the northeastern state which has been witnessing sporadic violence for nearly a month.
Revealed: Govt's 3-pronged peace formula for Manipur
The Centre is working on a three-pronged approach to bring the warring Meitei and Kuki communities into a narrow common ground for lasting peace in trouble-torn Manipur, sources said on Wednesday.
How Imran Khan Arrived In Court!
Imran's security personnel held up bulletproof shields to protect the former premier from a possible assassin.
Terrorist who trained 26/11 attackers dies in Pak jail
Hafiz Abdul Salam Bhuttavi, an United Nations-designated terrorist who trained the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attackers for the 2008 Mumbai terror attack and acted as the outfit's chief on at least two occasions, died in a prison in Pakistan's Punjab province while serving a sentence for terror financing, his aide said on Wednesday.
Delhi police asks murder victim's friends to join probe
The Delhi police has asked three friends of the Shahbad Dairy murder victim to join the investigation, officials said on Wednesday.
Govt issues anti-tobacco rules for OTT platforms
According to the notification, publishers of online curated content displaying tobacco products or their use will be required to display anti-tobacco health spots each of a minimum of 30 seconds at the beginning and middle of the programme.
Under pressure to start guarantees, K'taka Min says...
Priyank Kharge on Wednesday said criteria and frameworks are being decided for its implementation.
Khalistani supporters heckle Rahul Gandhi at US event
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was heckled by a group of Khalistani supporters who raised slogans against him and briefly interrupted his speech during an event in Santa Clara, the US state of California.
Will Siddaramaiah Be A Liability For Congress?
Siddaramaiah's anti-urban bias, which he does not bother to hide, may become the Congress government's biggest weakness unless it is corrected.
Message to China: India flies Rafales in Indian Ocean
Four Rafale fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force carried out a "strategic" mission over the Indian Ocean region for over six hours, in a significant demonstration of their long-range combat capabilities, people familiar with the operation said on Wednesday.
'Anti-national elements will exploit Manipur clashes'
'Prolonged ethnic conflict in Manipur can lead to a dangerous situation.'
HC asks Centre to make sex with dead punishable
The high court of Karnataka has asked the Centre to amend the relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) or bring in new ones criminalizing and providing for punishment for 'carnal intercourse' with corpses.
Army nabs 3 terrorists with 10-kg IED, weapons
After tracking the movement at about 1.30 am, the spokesperson said an Army ambush, on challenging them, was fired upon and in the retaliatory firefight some terrorists have been hit.
Court raps police for issuing summons on WhatsApp
A Delhi court has taken a serious view of the practice of service of summons on witnesses through WhatsApp by police personnel and said the officials do not seem to have respect for superior orders.