Crowd at the India Gate in Delhi; Nice truck attack

Not nice! Truck terror feared on 26/1

Jihadists plan France- and Germany-style attacks on large crowds in Delhi on R-Day, warn counter-terror agencies

Mahatma the big daddy of bust abroad, followed by Tagore

According to ministry officials, the figures are being installed in prominent places in the host countries as a projection of India’s global cultural influence.

Manish Mehrotra, Dheeraj Puri James

Single malt with an Indian accent

Nothing like a single malt in the company of delightful food curated by a Michelin star chef on a wintry night.

Amar Sah

Men without shadows take a dramatic turn

The story he is presenting also encapsulates the mental conundrum that soldiers go through.

Homemade Musli

Between the beginning and end of things

In her parting words, Akanksha Rathee Kaul whispered, “Look within, live with less, and fall in love with everything local.”

Miscalculation puts student’s career in a fix

Roy had enrolled himself for Masters in Journalism at Jamia Milia Islamia University. But, he lost that seat later.

Mata Sundari College bus shelter at Daryaganj in a deplorable condition

No bidders for bus shelter project

Owing to this, these bus queue shelters are lying in a pathetic condition. And as a result daily passengers are at the receiving end.

Placement agencies bill still a dream

Illegal agents keep bringing minors from other states to Delhi and deploy them as domestic helps

Son stoops to conquer dad’s heart

Finally, it turned into a fight for identity and party symbol reaching the EC, which decided it in Akhilesh’s favour.

‘Reformer Nitish’ looks beyond Bihar ahead of 2019

An awareness campaign was also launched with the government sanctioning Rs 10 crore for the event.

Tables turn, young leaders may run the show in Punjab

With so many youngsters in the fray it’s time to see if this proves to be a game-changer in Punjab.

A statue of B R Ambedkar

In pro-Dalit drive, government spends a bomb

The Narendra Modi government will shell out Rs 500 crore over five years in the memory of Ambedkar.

Dancers in a Mumbai bar

Dance bars will waltz to new tune

In the new legislation, the government has made a provision of salary for bar dancers instead of tips.

Didi treads left path after bhangar killings

Though police claimed it had not fired, uniforms of West Bengal Police and Rapid Action Force were found in the area.

Move to double farmers’ income falls flat

NITI Aayog complains to PM that each agrarian reform measure spearheaded by the Centre are being blunted by the states.

Leave application app for CRPF soon

The jawans will be given an option to get uniform allowance of Rs 10,000 per annum and not procure items from paramilitary stores.

Ravi Shankar Prasad

Law ministry opts for judicial appointments for smooth run

PM Narendra Modi during the 50th year celebration of the Delhi HC has also mooted for having All India Judicial Service in place.

Project mausam runs into rough weather

The initiative to explore the multi-faceted Indian Ocean has fallen victim to multiplicity of authorities

Aircraft GPS system stalls before takeoff

Developed at a cost of Rs 774 crore, GAGAN is a satellite-based aviation navigation system.

Abhijit Saptarshi

Tripura’s super Superintendent of Police

Along the winding India-Bangladesh border in Tripura, one name sends shivers down the spines of smugglers and criminals.

Sweepers losing lung power

Study finds Hyderabad civic workers’ breathing capacity down to half in just five years.

Turtle nesting habitat in tn hits concrete hurdle

However, all new projects being carried out by influential individuals and institutions sit right on the hazard line.

Feed your baby’s brain during pregnancy

The procedural memory or fine motor skills is linked to body-mind coordination, hand movements and senses.

Protests sweep Tamil Nadu

Tamil Spring: Jallikattu protest finds a temporary solution

As most schools have been off for the last couple of days, numerous children have joined the agitation, making for enthusiastic protesters.

Bullsport triggers domino effect in TN

Tamil Nadu has seen many protests. But nothing so widespread to qualify as an uprising. 

Takkaru Takkaru: Protest gets its own youth anthem 

If “ban PETA” is the catchword of the ongoing pro-Jallikattu protests, Takkaru Takkaru may perhaps be called its anthem.

CCTV camera installed at Majali near the Karnataka-Goa border.

Big brother watching:Karnataka tops CCTV list

The state uses more than 4,000 close circuit cameras for traffic, security and investigative purposes

Pouring liquor over shiva proves dear for director

A Telugu film director has been arrested by the Telangana police for allegedly making a movie—soon-to-be-released—in which there are scenes.

Hyderabad youngsters lack basic financial literacy

Most of them could not provide correct answer to even half of the questions intended to test their financial literacy.

Up in Alms: Kerala beggars are rich in degrees

Since last week, Das has been living in ‘Theruvu Velicham’—a shelter home at Kakkanad in Kerala.

For representational purpose

PhD progress to be put on portal

As many as 27 departments in the university are running PhD courses in the field of arts, commerce and science.

Start-ups expect clearer regulations, less taxation

From the wishlist, the industry expects that the Budget would be a precursor to a simplified tax regime.

For representational purpose

Sedatives overdose kills tiger

A tigress, aged 8-9 years and mother of two cubs, is suspected to have died due to an overdose of tranquillisers at Gandethur

BJP workers at an election rally

BJP gives itself thumbs UP

While Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has become the uncontested boss of the Samajwadi Party (SP) and working to stitch an alliance with the Congress, the BJP is drawing comfort from an in

File image of CBI main office in New Delhi. | PTI

CBI lens on Delhi health dept purchases

The CBI wants all files related to sanitisation and security from the state health department.