From the latest on the Gyanvapi mosque dispute, to PM Modi’s warning to those creating “new controversies” over Indian languages – here are today’s top stories.
From the row over Varanasi and Mathura mosques to the latest from the Cannes Film Festival, here are the top reads from today’s edition.
A jolt for Congress ahead of the Gujarat polls, the row over Varanasi’s Gyanvapi mosque and Rajiv Gandhi murder convict A G Perarivalan’s long road to freedom – here are the top reads from today’s edition
From the Supreme Court’s order in the Gyanvapi mosque case to the Cannes film festival’s opening night, here are the top reads from today’s edition
A petition seeking videography of the Shahi Idgah Masjid adjacent to Krishnajanmabhoomi was recently moved in a local Mathura court for an assessment of the site “on the lines of (the) Gyanvapi mosque”.
From India’s historic win at the Thomas Cup to a $60-million scandal involving loans and grants by an UN agency, here are the top stories from today’s edition.
The Government could have announced a bonus of Rs 200-250/quintal on top of MSP to augment its wheat procurement.
What led up to the demolition of a house in Khargone, built under PM Awas Yojana; Congress discusses drastic changes at the Chintan Shivir in Udaipur; What’s in the 22 locked rooms in the Taj Mahal — here are the top stories from today’s edition.
Militants barged into a government office in central Kashmir’s Budgam district and fatally shot a Kashmiri Pandit employee, Rahul Bhat — the third attack against the minority community in the Valley this year.
The Supreme Court’s order on sedition cases, the Delhi High Court’s split verdict on marital rape, and the RBI’s plan to tackle inflation – here are the top reads of today’s edition
Preliminary investigations indicate the attack in Mohali was allegedly orchestrated by a wanted gangster, Harvinder Singh alias Rinda, who is believed to be currently based in Pakistan and involved in terror operations against India, sources said.
The Centre told the Supreme Court that it “has decided to re-examine and re-consider the provisions of Section 124A (that deal with the offence)”.
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The Directorate of Estates under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has sent notices to the Foreign Correspondents’ Club and the Indian Women Press Corps to vacate the bungalows allotted to them as their tenures will soon end.
With China deciding to postpone the Hangzhou Asian Games, which were scheduled to be held from September 10 to 25, in the face of rising Covid-19 cases, the Olympic Council of Asia is staring at a narrow window where no major championships are already scheduled to conduct its flagship event.
On the petitions challenging the constitutional validity of IPC Section 124A dealing with sedition, the Supreme Court decided to first examine if it should be referred to a larger bench in light of its 1962 judgment upholding the provision after reading it down.
Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said that the drive to remove unauthorised loudspeakers from religious places in the state was conducted “peacefully” and set “an example for the entire country”.
As the Congress prepares for its three-day “chintan shivir” beginning May 13, a 12-second video shared by the BJP, purportedly from the wedding of Rahul Gandhi’s “friend” in Kathmandu, has the party scrambling for damage control.
Ahead of PM Modi’s scheduled visit to France, French defence major Naval Group has announced that it is unable to participate in the P-75 India (P-75I) project
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz spoke to The Indian Express on India's position on Russia, "massacres against the civilian population" in Ukraine, and fixing accountability for "war crimes".
Ravindra Jadeja has relinquished Chennai Super Kings captaincy, handing it back to MS Dhoni, following the team’s last IPL match, which they lost by 11 runs.
India's drive against doping in sports has received a setback with two of its track-and-field Tokyo Olympians, a male and a female, failing dope tests for using banned anabolic steroids and facing bans up to four years.
The Indian Air Force needs to prepare itself for intense and short duration operations at a moment’s notice, and also be ready for short swift wars and long standoffs, like the one in Eastern Ladakh, Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari has said.
More than half of India’s population in the working-age group (15 years and older) is deciding to sit out of the job market, but also that this proportion of people is increasing, data show.
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