Pandemonium in RS as Cong looks for Gadkari ouster

The unsettled Congress individuals on Friday did not permit the Rajya Sabha to capacity for the duration of the day, making mayhem over a late CAG report that brought up inconsistencies in the credits, running into crores, reached out to the Un...

Aklhilesh Yadav on Friday reiterated his ‘make in UP’ catch line

With Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasizing on his ‘Make in India’ slogan, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Aklhilesh Yadav on Friday reiterated his ‘make in UP’ catch line by stressing  that it will be the state whic...

Decision to extend the Lok Sabha by three days, opposition protesting that they were not consulted

Angered over the government not consulting the Opposition before extending the sitting of the Lok Sabha for three days till 13 May, an aggressive Opposition stormed the Well forcing Speaker Sumitra Mahajan to adjourn the House twice.
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Salman Khan gets bail

Keeping in temporary hold the five-year prison term gave to performing artist Salman Khan by a sessions court in the 28 September 2002 attempt at manslaughter case, Justice Abhay Thipsay on Friday conceded the on-screen character a normal safeg...

The Karnataka High Court will deliver its judgement in Jayalalithaa appeal on May 11

The Karnataka High Court will convey its judgment on the advance recorded by previous Tamil Nadu boss pastor J.Jayalalithaa against her conviction in the Rs.66.65 crore defilement case on May 11.

The site of the Karnataka High Court e...

Sim Bhullar, the first player of Indian descent to play in the NBA will visit India

Sim Bhullar, who on April 7 became the first player of Indian descent to play in the NBA, will visit India May 2-7 to promote the growth of basketball and inspire children to stay active and healthy by playing the game.  The 7&rs...

“Restricting Chennai to 134 was tremendous” Ghambir

Set down to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in a thriller, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) captain Gautam Gambhir on Tuesday said his batsmen botched up the diversion by playing an excess of dab balls and neglecting to turn the strike.

Gambhir sa...

Cops to enlarge security in Mumbai

Following the release of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi from a jail in Pakistan recently, the central intelligence agencies have asked the Mumbai police to beef up security at railway stations and hotels in anticipation of ...

Raja Rajeswari becoming the first India-born woman to be appointed a judge in the New York City.

Raja Rajeswari has been confirmed as a criminal court judge here by Mayor Bill de Blasio, turning into the first India-bornwoman to be delegated a judge in theNew York City.

Rajeswari, 43, who had moved to the US from India as a teen, b...

First New Zealand prime minister to met the Saudi Arabian king

Prime Minister John Key has met the Saudi Arabian king, amid Opposition calls for him to take a tougher line on the oil-rich kingdom's human rights record.Key is the first New Zealand prime minister to visit the rich kingdom.

He met Ki...