- India, Pakistan DGMOs' Meet on December 24
- AAP to Seek Public Opinion on Delhi Government Formation
- India's Manipal University in BRICS Top 100 Ranking
- Singapore Reassures Foreign Workers After Deportations
- Nilekani Meets KPCC Chief, Fuels Speculation about Political Entry
- Tejas Hangar Goes Live; First Aircraft in 3 Months
Members of the Tamil Nadu Association for the Rights of All Types of Differently Abled and Caregivers (TARATDAC) staged a protest seeking increased financial assistance and immediate enforcement of the Supreme Court order for three per cent job reservation.
Taking on the long-held grouse of commuters against autorickshaws, ingenious start-ups from the city and outside it are now finding solutions to improve the relationship.
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) is financially weak, wants a lion share of 25 per cent from infrastructure development fee collected by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC).
Seized, unclaimed, stolen and disputed vehicles in possession of police stations in the city have become a burden not just for the Police Department but also for the public.
Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to Belgaum on Thursday is expected to hasten the process of KJP president and former CM B S Yeddyurappa’s return to the party.
Governor SC Jamir on Tuesday summoned Secretary of Odisha Legislative Assembly to explain the circumstances under which the House had to be adjourned sine die on Monday, midway through the Winter session.
With Lok Sabha scheduled to take up the Lokpal bill today, there are expectations that Anna Hazare, whose fast entered the ninth day, will call it off after it is passed in the Lower House.
Snowden is currently living in Russia under temporary asylum, which is due to expire in August next year. He had previously requested asylum in Brazil, but that request remains unanswered.
Tourists will have the option Friday to walk with cameras through the cultural corridors of the city along with celebrated photographers and get to know amazing facts about various communities settled here for centuries.
British poet Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell once described winter as “the time for comfort, for good food and warmth.” And where else can you find the perfect confluence of all three than in the capital.
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Is the Indian reaction on Devyani Khobragade a case of too little, too late?
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