Overseas branches of five Indian banks were authorised by Punjab National Bank (PNB) officials to fund three companies owned by Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi.
A day after Rahul Gandhi dissolved the all-powerful Congress Working Committee and replaced it with a Steering Committee, there is intense speculation in AICC circles over two key appointments.
The fear that price capping has led to the shortage of the medical device, which is being filled by Chinese imports, is no more.
Delhi and Mumbai are becoming the favoured transit points for Haj pilgrims since the scrapping of Haj subsidy this year to save costs.
Though the government had allocated 16.3% of the total Pragathi Paddu for SCs in the 2017-18 budget, the spending is not up to the mark.
In a novel initiative, the Maharashtra government has set up an ‘action room’ to coordinate and focus all its efforts on poverty reduction.
The Vistar Dalam of CPI-Maoists is once again on the move and was spotted on the border of Kawardha of Chhattisgarh and Mandla of MP recently.
In times when around 500 junior school teachers from Punjab government schools go abroad every year and do not return and almost 1,500 teachers with Junior Basic Training qualifications leave.
In September 2015, a series of blasts triggered by illegally stocked explosives charred to death 68 people in Petlawad town in Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh.
The Chhattisgarh Police, who have been engaged in a battle against Naxals for over three decades, have taken it upon themselves to promote tourism in the region.
Former Punjab CM Rajinder Kaur Bhattal is believed to be angling for a Congress ticket to contest the Shakot Assembly by-election and even eyeing a Cabinet berth in case she wins.
29 Trinamool Congress MPs across both Houses of Parliament are crorepatis, according to assets declared by them.
Determined to carry its poll aggression to the Gujarat Budget Session starting February 19, the Congress is sharpening the skills of its 41 first-time lawmakers out of the total 77 it has.
Jail department Director General K Vinay Kumar Singh said a team from Japan is planning to make a documentary on Sangareddy Heritage Jail soon.
Notwithstanding the severe backlash, the prisons department has gone ahead to equip a disabled person, brought from the streets, with an artificial limb.
Four women bikers will be travelling across countries with the objective to promote Telangana Tourism, along with Incredible India.
The Kerala Cooperative Department has started mapping the Primary Agricultural Cooperative Societies, entrusting them with disbursal of pension.
With the mercury already hovering in the high 30s, the department has initiated steps to prevent and mitigate the outbreak of wildfires.
Inexperience and lack of confidence coupled with dearth of sufficient work has affected Kudumbashree’s initiative.
Renovation work to restore the Veera Vasantharayar Mandapam of the Meenakshi Temple saw the use of laser technology.
A team of B Tech students from VIT, Chennai, has developed an autonomous vehicle ‘Waterbot’ that promises to clean water bodies.
Becoming the first women to make it to the IUML state secretariat committee has come as a realisation of a long-pending demand.
If the sight of green paddy seedlings in Thennala panchayat is pleasant, then the efforts behind it are inspiring.
The Cochin Port Maritime Heritage Museum has got richer with a collection of 25 rare and beautiful images.
Ayurveda drugs manufacturing units in Kerala are undergoing a crisis due to a prolonged delay in appointing the licensing authority.
Dog fights, secretly held in farmhouses across Punjab and Haryana, are drawing in enthusiasts by the dozen.
The government has decided to hold the much-awaited panchayat polls in July in view of the volatile situation in the valley.
The Supreme Court has asked the government to consider the use of digital photography and recording of crime scenes.
Only 13.9 per cent women—or 39,388 of 2.82 lakh personnel—are employed in Research & Development in India.
Thirty five security men and 14 civilians have been killed in militant violence outside the Kashmir Valley since 2012.
Collaborative research by the IIT Delhi, and Indiana University of the US has helped develop cost-effective designs.