Congress dismissed suggestions of 'dissent' on the controversial Indo-Pak joint statement and the pact with the US on end user monitoring.
The Delhi HC directed the Directorate of Education of Delhi govt to provide poor students to those private unaided schools which have not got applications to fill 15 per cent freeship for poor children in academic year 2009-2010.
Shiromani Akali Dal Prez Sukhbir Singh Badal demanded that the Union Power Ministry should immediately sanction special annual 1000 MW Paddy quota of power for Punjab.
A school here declared two days' holiday from Thursday in the wake of two confirmed cases of swine flu in the institution.
India's population will rise to a massive 1.53 billion by 2050,overtaking China and making the country the world's most populous nation.
With the govt coming under attack over the Indo-US defence pact that enables physical inspection of equipment purchased from America,Defence Minister said all concerns have been addressed after three years of hard bargaining.
The maximum number of complaints of human rights violations in the country in 2008 were from Uttar Pradesh,the Centre said on Wednesday.
Accusing the Cong of ditching them when their need was over,Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav said the ruling party cannot align with both the BSP and SP and should make its stand clear.
The government attributed the skyrocketing prices of pulses to less production and supply and said there is a 'little serious problem'.
DMRC chief E Sreedharan put the blame of the 3rd fatal Metro mishap in 10 days squarely on the contractor.
A Delhi court deferred its order on a plea by the city police to drop charges under stringent MCOCA against underworld don Abu Salem.
The Uttarakhand government was put on the defensive on the issue of the rising levels of pollution in the river Ganga in the state assembly.
Australia said it will stand by its decision of not allowing export of uranium to India unless New Delhi signs Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
The court will decide as to whether it would accept lone surviving gunman Mohammad Ajmal Kasab's statement admitting his guilt or not.
The Centre said that it is examining the report of Liberhan Commission that enquired into the Babri Masjid demolition in Ayodhya in 1993.
The BJP has sought a Joint Parliamentary Committee probe into the working of Air India,which has recorded 8,000 crore rupees losses.
National Human Rights Commission on Wednesday gave clean chit to Delhi police in Batla House encounter case.
Lalu Prasad and Mulayam Singh warned the Govt that it would be solely responsible if anything untoward happens to them,in wake of reported plans to withdraw their NSG covers.
Omar Abdullah described the two-month period,which followed the Shopian incident as very difficult for his administration.
Prosecution in 26/11 terror attack case refused to accept completely Kasab's confession of his role and said he was not telling the whole truth.
Nandan M Nilekani will take charge as the head of the Unique Identification Authority of India on Thursday.
The Continental Airlines has apologised to former President APJ Abdul Kalam for frisking him.
The government will invite bids this month for setting up at least five AIIMS-like medical institutions and colleges by 2012 in the country.
A day after the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security filed an FIR against Continental Airlines for frisking former President A P J Abdul Kalam,the government on Wednesday said it knew about the incident and had issued a show cause notice to the airline on July 9.
Congress partys UP chief,Rita Bahuguna Joshi,filed a petition before the Allahabad High Court seeking a CBI probe into the July 15 arson attack on her Lucknow residence.