Mumbai's latest fad: Tea from an Audi for Rs 20
While most people associate a high-end car like Audi with luxury and comfort, for Mannu Sharma and Amit Kashyap it proved to be an inspiration to set up their own tea stall in Mumbai.
Ram Temple trust to invite Modi for consecration
Ram Temple Trust general secretary Champat Rai said that the decision was taken in the recently held meeting of the members.
Permission denied for Brij Bhushan's rally in Ayodhya
Prominent wrestlers, including Vinesh Phogat, Bajrang Punia and Sakshi Malik, have been holding protests since April 23 accusing Singh of sexual exploitation.
Telangana celebrates 10th State Formation Day
President Droupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the people of Telangana on the 10th State Formation Day while state Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and Union Minister for Tourism G Kishan Reddy separately hoisted the national flag on the occasion here on Friday.
Kerala village spooked by mysterious underground sound
Mysterious underground sounds caused concern among local people residing in a tiny hamlet in Kottayam district of Kerala.
26/11 accused Rana challenges extradition to India
Filing the Writ of habeas corpus through his attorney, Rana, 62, challenged his extradition by the Government of India. Rana's extradition would violate the United States-India extradition treaty in two respects, his attorney argued.
The Many Moods of S Jaishankar
He may have spent his entire adult life in diplomacy, but doctorate in nuclear physics Subrahmanyam Jaishankar's face betrays both fusion and fission of his moods.
Biden trips at Air Force Academy graduation ceremony
United States President Joe Biden tripped on a sandbag and fell after he handed out the last diploma at a graduation ceremony at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado on Thursday, CNN reported.
Knife used by Sahil to kill girl in Delhi recovered
Police have recovered the knife allegedly used by 20-year-old Sahil to kill a teenage girl in northwest Delhi's Shahbad Dairy area, police said on Thursday.
'State must be more tolerant of dissent than it's now'
'Nearly 13,000 individuals have been charged for sedition since 2010.' 'If the Supreme Court stay ever gets vacated, arrests will follow immediately.'
Howrah Bridge Heads For Health Check-up
'We need to find out whether any structural element has got fatigue.' 'We want to increase the lifespan of the bridge.'
90-yr-old gets lifer for killing 10 Dalits 42 yrs ago
The convict, Ganga Dayal, was also asked to furnish a fine Rs 55,000. The killings, which happened 42 years ago, had sent shockwaves across the country.
Will surprise people in 2024, says Rahul in US
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said the Opposition is pretty well united and a lot of good work is happening on the ground as he asserted that there is a hidden undercurrent building and it will 'surprise' the people in the next general elections.
'Many Manipuris have lost faith in the central forces'
'They have come here to protect people, but the allegation is that they help the armed organisations attack and burn down the houses of the Meiteis.' 'Many people have lost faith in the central forces as they believe these forces are involved in the escalation of the problem.'
Mukesh, Nita terror-stricken: NIA in Antilia bomb case
The agency filed an affidavit opposing the bail plea of dismissed police officer Sachin Waze, a prime accused in the cases related to the Antilia bomb scare and subsequent killing of businessman Mansukh Hiran.
1 held for burning train coach in Kerala
The incident occurred on the Alappuzha-Kannur Executive Express train in which two months ago a man had set fire to his co-passengers, which resulted in three deaths including a toddler, leading to speculation that it might be a case of sabotage and connected to the earlier one.
Farmers protest in support of wrestlers, to meet Prez
BKU leader Rakesh Tikait said they planned to meet President Droupadi Murmu and will hold another mahapanchayat in Haryana's Kurukshetra on Friday to discuss the next steps in the agitation.
Law Commission wants Sec 124A (sedition) retained but...
The Law Commission has said it is of the considered view that Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code dealing with sedition needs to be retained, though certain amendments could be introduced to bring about greater clarity regarding usage of the provision.
China for expanding BRICS with like-minded partners
China on Thursday said Beijing views the BRICS as an "open and inclusive" platform and it backs moves to expand the five-member grouping with "like-minded partners".
HC allows girl 2nd shot at NEET with Manipur students
A vacation bench of Justices Manish Pitale and Neela Gokhale heard a plea filed by Dhanashree Jagatap seeking permission to reappear for the exam.