- Last of Wadiyar Family Passes Away; Sun Sets On Mysore Dynasty
- Pakistani Hindu Refugees Stage Demonstration, Demand Citizenship Outside UN Office
- Analysts Rubbish AAP's Hopes of Doing a Delhi in TN LS Polls
- Kerala Prisons Dept to Ensure Adherence to Rules
- J&K Suffers Rs 17,000-crore Loss due to Punjab’s Breach of Power Project Pact
- Mad Man Stabs 6-year-old to Death in Secunderabad
- Telangana Bill First, Poll Pact Next: KCR
- TN, Sri Lankan Fishermen Talks by Month-end
- Maoist Activities Brought Under Control in Odisha: Naveen
- Hooda Feels Congress Should Support AAP
- With Panruttiyar's Sanyas, DMDK's Vijaykant Loses His Chanakya
- Youth Looking for Change Offered by NaMo: Gujarat Minister
From being angry about being rebuked by parents, feeling denied a demand, being rejected in love or fear of societal glare, it would seem as if more and more teenagers in Bangalore are committing suicide.
In spite of AP government drastically cutting down the VIPs’ list for use of beacons in their cars, several of them were still found using them in the twin cities.
DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi sidestepped questions over his party’s alliances for the coming LS polls, avoided saying anything that could indicate a shift towards the Congress or BJP.
The Kerala High Court dismissed a petition by Kapico Kerala Resorts Pvt Ltd seeking to review the court’s judgment directing the Central Government to demolish the illegal constructions of resorts at Nediathuruthu Island in Alappuzha district.
The court said that both the central and state governments will within three months issue a pruned list of constitutional functionaries entitled for red beacon lights on official vehicles.
Protesters waging a political fight to oust Thailand's elected prime minister are trying to establish what amounts to a parallel government — one complete with "security volunteers" to replace the police, a foreign policy of their own and a central committee that has already begun issuing audacious orders.
Indian batsmen have been reeling under the onslaught of SA bowlers on bouncy wickets in the ongoing ODI series but opener Rohit Sharma dismissed talks of lack of technique and blamed the debacle to want of application.
Phil Jones' fiercely struck volley in the 67th minute ensured United finished the group stage unbeaten and is more likely to face a weaker team in the draw for the last 16.
Madras Then Chennai Now is a brilliant visual tribute, despite a few notable omissions, to a city’s past and present, with some accomplished writing to support the pictures
- An India Divided Into 50 States on Economic Lines Will Ensure a True Shining Nation
- The Naughty Royal Who Threw Ink at Teacher at Maharaja’s
- Tamil Nadu Teen Saves 4,000 Lives, Gets CM's Pat
- India, Pak Nuclear War Could Put 2 billion People at Risk: Study
- Private Sites in Mysore Cheaper Than Karnataka Housing Board Plots
Will the government succeed in getting the Lokpal Bill passed in this session of Parliament?
Yes - 11%
No - 89%
Total number of votes: 45