Army has completed its inquiry into the killing of two civilians at Bomai village in Sopore and held the Junior Commissioned Officer and two soldiers accountable.
BSP chief Mayawati released the list of party candidates for all the 80 Lok Sabha seats in UP.
The controversial Sri Ram Sene has finally found well wisher in the form of some right wing organisations in Goa.
Whole illegal colonies have come up in the Dal Lake,with full cooperation from the LAWDA and the local authorities - for a fat payback.
After snapping ties with BJP,the BJD now faces tough negotiations with its new political friends who are likely to demand a major share of the assembly and LS seats.
In fresh trouble for Varun Gandhi,an inquiry conducted by the district administration has found that the BJP candidate had given money to some people in a village.
A local RSS leader,who was arrested in connection with anti-Christian riots,was gunned down by suspected Maoists in Kandhamal district.
Centre has decided to impose President's Rule in Meghalaya where the NCP-led government survived a controversial confidence vote.
Two persons were killed and 17 others injured when a powerful bomb strapped to a cycle exploded at a busy marketplace in Alipurduar.
Smarting under Bihar snub,the Congress struck back at RJD by sewing up a seat sharing agreement with JMM in Jharkhand.
Gandhian K E Mammen has complained that his freedom of movement in the city has been constricted by stray dogs,whose killing had even the approval of Gandhi.
Over 14,000 central security personnel will be deployed by the Centre soon in ten states ahead of the upcoming five-phased Lok Sabha elections beginning April 16.
Forty two powerful bombs were seized by police on Tuesday in the politically-sensitive Panoor locality in the district.
Delhi Police,with a strength of over 60,000 personnel,will be short of nearly 12,000 men for carrying out poll-related duties during the Lok Sabha elections.
As expected,Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy,son of Chief Minister Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy has been given a ticket to contest from the Kadapa Lok Sabha constituency.
Lalu Yadav's brother-in-law Sadhu Yadav accused the RJD chief of 'kneeling down' before LJP president Ram Vilas Paswan.