SP leader Amar Singh held a meeting with L K Advani and said but for 'communal issues',the two parties agree on several matters.
Maoists are getting arms from China,but not from the Chinese government,clarified Union Home Secretary G K Pillai.
Union Home Secretary G K Pillai said on Friday that Maoists were terrorists and he had no sympathy for them.
Bihar Deputy CM S K Modi accused the Centre of adopting a 'step motherly' attitude towards the state and depriving it of the special packages required to tackle floods and drought.
Centre has decided to bring forward a bill that will shift the burden of certain payments to farmers on sugarcane purchase from state govts to mills.
M Venkaiah Naidu dismissed as speculation reports that Nitin Gadkari will succeed Rajnath Singh.
Ex-US envoy David Mulford has said linking the signing of the treaty by India with providing access to reprocessing technology will be 'very inconsistent'.
Congress president Sonia Gandhi said that violence cannot be a solution to any problem and that everything can be solved through dialogue.
After missing its deadline on the Noida Corridor,the Delhi Metro is racing against time to inaugurate its Anand Vihar line as per schedule by the end of next month.
Assaulted by MNS MLAs in Assembly for not taking oath in Marathi,SP legislator Abu Asim Azmi is now learning the language and says he can face Raj Thackeray in a TV debate next year.
J K Dutt,who headed the Mumbai operations,dreaded the use of gas because he did not want casualties that could have been more than what the terrorists would have caused.
Faced with the constant reports of delays in completion of the various infrastructural projects in the state,State Government has asked the officials to submit constituency wise details about the tendered and un-tendered works of past two years.
Police busted a fake currency racket in Jammu by arresting a racketeer and recovered Rs 4.50 lakh cash.
War memorial to remember not only the soldiers,but also the civilians and paramilitary forces who died in wars with Pakistan and China in J-K.
Delhi High Court pulled up the city government for giving preferential treatment to convicts having high connections.
The magnitude of last month's fire at the Indian Oil Corporation depot in Jaipur was so massive that it left no time to respond,govt told the Lok Sabha.
Work continued to remain stalled in sugar mills across western Uttar Pradesh,with farmers refusing to sell their produce over cane prices.
Samajwadi Party has launched an exercise to remove all 'misconception' amongst the Muslims due to the Kalyan Singh factor.
In a week it will be a year since the 26/11 terror attacks convulsed Mumbai,but for the survivors the blood-curdling moments of their lives are etched in their minds forever.
Congress General Secry Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka visited Amethi and reviewed works undertaken by women self help groups.
Eight bogies of the Tata-Bilaspur passenger train derailed after Maoists blew up railway tracks on Thursday night in Jharkhand.
As the first anniversary of the Mumbai attack nears,PM has said he receives intelligence inputs daily suggesting that Pakistan-based terrorists are plotting more 26/11-like strikes in India.
Protests over the new sugarcane pricing policy disrupted proceedings in both Houses of Parliament for the second day.
A youth was arrested for allegedly smuggling counterfeit currency.
Maoists on Friday exploded a bomb in Meghatpur mine and planted another at Kiribur,both run by public sector SAIL along the Orissa-Jharkhand border.
Jairam Ramesh,known for making forthright comments,said that if there was any Nobel Prize for dirt and filth,India would get it.
Vice Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal P K Barbora took a swipe at the political class,saying politics over defence purchases impinged 'very badly' on the countrys military requirements.
Govt today promised to amend the controversial sugaracane ordinance against which growers from northern states converged in protest.
Rahul Gandhi's plans for development of Bundelkhand received the nod of the government which announced a special package of Rs 7,266 crore for development of the drought-hit region.
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit exhorted citizens and students to imbibe civic sense to present the city in a better way to the world during next years Commonwealth Games.
Supreme Court expressed its shock and slammed the Andhra HC for honourably acquitting and a defence official.
Two suspected associates of gangster Chhota Shakeel were today killed in an encounter at suburban Borivali,police said.
The UP ATS team probing issuance of passport to a suspected Pakistani spy Syed Amir Ali said that it had detected gross procedural anomalies both in the Regional Passport office and Local Intelligence Unit.
The CPI-M strongly opposed any third-party intervention in Indo-Pak relations,saying the U.S. and China could decide on their bilateral relations without involving New Delhi and Islamabad.
Union Minister Gulam Nabi Azad has ordered the removal of a top AIIMS official following repeated complaints received from its faculty members.
Concerned over conservation of the 13th century Sun Temple at Konark,the Orissa government has asked the ASI to immediately submit its verification report and take up preservation work.