MLAs from Telangana region in Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court seeking a direction for the Assembly Speaker that their resignations be deemed to be accepted.
In a bid to boost tourism,J-K govt plans to hold discussions with representatives of the European and Commonwealth countries this summer asking them not to issue advisories on travel to Kashmir.
Alleging atrocities by police and paramilitary forces last evening,people clashed with security personnel in several parts of the city,that left five persons injured.
People in Jammu and Kashmir got some respite from intense cold conditions as mercury rose with Srinagar recording a minimum temperature of 2 degrees Celsius,four degrees above normal.
'The government should distinguish between original deemed universities sanctioned before 1997 and de nova deemed universities sanctioned after that.'
In a novel initiative for development of Northeastern region,the newly established IIM Shillong has taken upon itself the task of empowering the local people by giving training and skill on entrepreneurship.
A nine-year-old Russian girl was raped by an unidentified man at Arambol beach in North Goa,police said on Wednesday.
Senior Samajwadi Party leader Mohan Singh was on Wednesday appointed general secretary and spokesman in place of Amar Singh.
The Supreme Court has directed all the states and Union Territories to explain the steps taken by them to provide night shelters to the homeless
Omar Abdullah urged militants to shun violence and come for dialogue to resolve issues amicably,noting that the gun culture in the last 20 years had caused enough bloodshed and destruction.
In the second such incident in a fortnight,some radar screens of the air traffic control tower went blank in quick succession,sending the ATC officials in a tizzy.
Five persons were killed and 12 injured when a five-storey building under construction collapsed and fell on a hostel in Bellary.
S M Krishna and his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi will attend a multilateral conference on Afghanistan in London but a meeting between them there appears unlikely.
In a bid to check illegal purchase of sugarcane by mills,the state government has directed cane development and excise departments to verify stocks of cane,sugar and molasses or raw sugar at all mills in Uttar Pradesh,an official spokesman said.
With assaults on Indians in Australia showing no let-up,External Affairs Minister S M Krishna is expected to take up the issue with his Australian counterpart Stephen Smith.
US-based NRI hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal remained unfazed over BJPs demand to the government that the Padma Bhushan awarded to him be taken back in the wake of his controversial financial dealings.
The Centre has approved the Bihar Special Court Bill 2008,aimed at weeding out corruption in public offices in the state,Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Tuesday.
Major D Sreeram Kumar,late Major Mohit Sharma and Havildar Rajesh Kumar were honoured with the country's highest peace time gallantry medalthe Ashok Chakra on Tuesday.
In yet another ceasefire violation,Pakistani troops on Tuesday opened fire at Kanachak sub-sector of Jammu district and the BSF retaliated leading to a heavy exchange of fire between the two sides.
Noting that the gun culture of the last 20 years had only resulted in bloodshed and destruction,Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah asked militants to shun violence and come to the dialogue table.
The country's vibrant cultural heritage,its impressive achievements and military might were on a majestic display on Tuesday as the country celebrated the 60th Republic Day.
India said it was making the 'building blocks' of the technology to develop anti-satellite capabilities as part of its space security measures.
India Asserted that Pakistan will be held responsible if there is a Mumbai-type attack across the country.
Amid demands for setting up of SC benches in various regions of the country,the government said it has sought an opinion from the Attorney General G E Vahanvati before deciding on the issue.
The President,Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil,addressed the nation on the eve of the 61st Republic Day.
Elusive Maoist leader Kishenji said he is ready for talks with Union Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee.
MNS asked Hindi-speaking taxi drivers to be conversant in Marathi within 40 days or return to their native homes.
Nobel laureate V Ramakrishnan have been chosen for Padma Vibhushan while Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan and film music maestro A R Rahman have been named for Padma Bhushan.
Election Commission today virtually ruled out making voting compulsory at the national level during Lok Sabha and Assembly polls.
Ajmal Kasab has sought to drag the Mumbai attacks case on Monday,saying that he would like to be tried by an international court
As BJP accused Sharad Pawar of shifting blame on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for rising prices,the Agriculture Minister dismissed the charge
A heavy security blanket was thrown around the capital ahead of the Republic Day with snipers and mobile hit teams fanning across the city.
President will present Kirti Chakra,the second highest peace time gallantry medal,to Ruksana,who shot into limelight after killing a terrorist.
The Election Commission's Diamond Jubilee celebrations got off to a start on Monday with the country's top leadership expressing serious concern over malpractices
There are reports of Pak digging tunnels in Sargodha district of Pakistan's Punjab province close to the Indian border.
A radar at the IAF base in Kutch district spotted a 'flying object' near Indo-Pakistan border but later found it to be one of its own.
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