Five Indians are in a list of suspected tax evaders published in the Swiss Federal Gazette.
For a week now, Gujjars in Rajasthan have disrupted trains on the busy Delhi-Mumbai corridor. What do they seek, and where is the demand stuck?
The then Petroleum Secretary, G V Ramakrishna's pitch to the oil majors was: with drilling rigs idle and exploration costs low, it made sense to risk bucking the trend.
SC will hear Monday petitions challenging death warrants issued against Amroha couple Shabnam and Salim, who killed 7 of her family in 2008.
Latest data show more than normal storage, good sign in a dodgy monsoon year.
The delivery of the Master Plan marks the second milestone in the three-stage plan of the MoU signed between International Enterprise, Singapore, and the Infrastructure Corporation of Andhra Pradesh.
J&K HC has assailed the system that lets those who can’t even write an essay on ‘The Cow’ to teach schoolchildren.
Nobel Laureate John F. Nash Jr died in a car crash on Sunday.
Details of the Choice Based Credit System that the higher education watchdog wants. Critics fear another FYUP-like disaster.
Explained how researchers determine the motion of fruit flies.
Indian Express tells the story of Lachit Barphukan, and why Assam is honouring him with a statue in the Brahmaputra.
Delivering on his muscular campaign rhetoric may be unaffordable; India needs covert assets that deter terror, war machine that is clearly superior.
UNESCO World Heritage Site Palmyra will likely join the list of humanity’s collective heritage that has been destroyed by the Islamic State. What has the world lost already? Why are the militants doing it?
Researchers have now reported the discovery of Lomekwi 3, a 3.3-million-year-old archaeological site where in situ stone artefacts show a developing understanding of stone’s fracture properties.
Among the documents found at Osama’s Abbottabad compound in Pakistan was a job application for people interested in joining al-Qaeda.
The case, exposed by The Indian Express in 2006, has seen over 150 hearings and examinations of 25 witnesses. Five of the 18 high-profile accused have been acquitted.
The extraordinary devotion of fans that makes Amma the AIADMK has its roots in MGR and his cinema.
The IAF landed a Mirage 2000 on the Yamuna Expressway on Thursday. Some plane truths about warplanes on highways.
Panjab University has in fact been consistently ranked high in many international ratings of educational institutions.
Vijaita Singh profiles the elite Special Cell of the Delhi Police, currently in the eye of a storm after the killing of a man in a Delhi restaurant in an alleged fake encounter over the weekend.
If not an India-Pakistan nuclear crisis, what then was the Gates mission about?
The tussle in Delhi looks unlikely to be resolved soon. Apart from the hard positions taken by the two sides, Art 239AA and other provisions laying down the power relationship leave room for vagueness.
The Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, or FERA, of 1973 came in the backdrop of major inflationary pressures and an uncertain outlook on exports.
E-tourist visa, or e-TV, is an electronically obtained travel permit that a tourist visiting India can apply for, without having to visit the concerned Indian Embassy or High Commission.
Arun Jaitley had said it is a serious question in a parliamentary democracy wherein the wisdom of a directly elected house is questioned repeatedly by the indirectly elected house.
According to Home Ministry figures, from 2008-14, 992 LWE cadres were killed, 13,657 were arrested, 2,608 surrendered.
Aruna’s story also has a legacy, by omission, to state accountability for rape victims.
Shyamlal Yadav outlines the national effort to clean the holy river, its history, and what has changed.
What is a money bill, where do the two houses stand vis-à-vis money bills, and why is this being debated?
The deal, thus, could potentially open the road to civil war, or something resembling it.
Colony licences issued in Sector 83 of Gurgaon are now under scrutiny. Varinder Bhatia explains what the sector meant to real estate players.
Why treating 16-18-year-olds — even those accused of heinous crimes — as adults remains problematic.
At least half-a-dozen loans, adding up to Rs 11 cr, do not find mention in the list on P 852 of order.
What were the meetings that the former CBI Director had that the Supreme Court has deemed inappropriate and fit for investigation? APPU ESTHOSE SURESH recalls the case of the visitors’ books.
A Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act was passed in 1988 to put an end to such transactions, and to empower the government to recover such property.
A Vaishnav satradhikar has quit celibacy. Samudra Gupta Kashyap describes this Assam institution.