CID questions Margadarsi MD for 10 hours in Hyderabad
According to sources, the CID sought to know as to where the money collected from depositors was diverted.
Dalit groom’s wedding procession pelted with stones in MP's Chhatarpur
It is alleged that a crowd consisting of those from another caste, said to be dominant in the village, were objecting to the procession, and to the groom riding a horse.
Discounted Chennai Metro parking charges from June 14
Meanwhile, Chennai Metro successfully held the trial of bulk QR ticket pre-booking for corporate events.
Oil price up by nearly 2% after Saudi announces reduction in production
SC to hear on July 18 A.P.'s transfer plea of Margadarsi Chit case petitions
The State wants writ petitions concerning irregularities alleged against Margadarsi Chit Funds transferred from Telangana to Andhra Pradesh High Court.
Inside Russia's penal colonies: A look at life for political prisoners caught in Putin's crackdowns
Memorial, Russia's oldest and most prominent human rights organization, counted 558 political prisoners in the country as of April — more than three times the figure than in 2018, when it listed 183.
Bandi slams Owaisi for not celebrating Formation Day
BJP State president Bandi Sanjay has said that Owaisi's party has no right to contest in the elections in the State.
Realty firm officials questioned by Delhi cops
The EOW had issued notices for the personal appearances of Dubai-based Emaar Properties managing director Mohamed Ali Alabbar.
Telangana HC notice to TSPSC on plea to put off Gr-1 exams
Justice K Sarath of Telangana High Court issued notices to the State government, the TSPSC and the Hyderabad Police Commissioner.
No Look Out Circulars against Sailaja, Telangana HC told
Counsel for Sailaja told the court that it was believed that the State Government had written to the Centre requesting an LOC against her clients
The discrimination continues even after death, laments Dalit Christians of this church in Tamil Nadu
From refusing permission to carry the idols during the annual festival procession to denying membership in church committees, Dalit Christians say the discrimination continues even after death.
Non-retail portion of CIL OFS fully subscribed
The government has decided to exercise the green shoe option.
US debt ceiling drama nears end as Senate tackles default threat
But a time-consuming debate with numerous amendments being sought by senators from both parties threatened to hold up the process, dragging it deep into the weekend.
Disqualification from Lok Sabha has given me huge opportunity: Rahul Gandhi
Gandhi, who is in the US for a three-city US tour, made the remarks in response to a series of questions from Indian students at the prestigious Stanford University Campus in California.
Telangana BJP chief Bandi Sanjay dares MIM to contest all Assembly segments
Slamming Owaisi for comparing the BJP with a poisonous cobra during a meeting in Adilabad, he said: “The steering of BRS car is in the hands of AIMIM, which giving shelter to terrorists.
Govt to sell 3% stake in Coal India via offer-for-sale
The company kept the floor price for the OFS at Rs 225 per share, and this is a 6.72% discount in comparison with Wednesday’s closing price of Rs 241.2 for Coal India shares.
IIT-B student who died by suicide had told mother about caste discrimination: chargesheet
He also told his mother during telephonic conversations that the behaviour of fellow students changed when they learned about his caste, it claimed.
Margadarsi MD moves Telangana HC, seeks suspension of look-out circular
Cherukuri Sailaja filed a writ petition in the Telangana High Court on Tuesday, challenging the lookout circular against her in violation of the High Court orders.
CBI books Rolls Royce, arms dealers for graft in 2004 Hawk trainer jet deal
Senior executives of the two companies and Indian government officials have been named for criminal conspiracy and corruption in the procurement of the Hawk 115 advanced trainer aircraft in 2004.
95.86 per cent of candidates attend Civil services prelims
District collectors monitored the examinations from the special control rooms arranged in respective collectorates and higher officials inspected the centres.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test