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Observe Good Governance Day on Dec 25 UGC  (19 December 03:47 am) 
UGC has asked universities across the country to observe December 25 as Good Governance Day amid the controversy over organising events on the occasion which requires physical presence of students in
A day after five sisters from Bihar were evicted by police from the Aurobindo Ashram in Puducherry following a Supreme Court order two of them and their mother allegedly committed suicide by jumping
Many wonder if the Peshawar attack will be a watershed in Pakistans long history with militancy But the country has had many potential turning points in the war on terror that at the time were called
A clutch of investors lead by former director and cofounder Ajay Singh is set to pick up a significant stake in the embattled SpiceJet leading to an immediate capital infusion of Rs 12001500 crore in
The conversion row threatened to flare up again Thursday with reports that over 70 Hindus had embraced Christianity in two districts of Bihar and UP and Hindu groups declaring they would hold
In a show of mercy a Delhi court Thursday said the men convicted of murdering railway minister LN Mishra in 1975 should not be condemned to death and sentenced the four to life imprisonment instead
I have not stepped out of my door since four men raped me at Bihta a few kilometres west of Patna on November 19
Sundays in Kerala wont be dry anymore  (19 December 01:47 am) 
Under pressure from the liquor lobby and tourism sector the Kerala government on Thursday decided to dilute its liquor policy announced barely three months back
Under pressure from the liquor lobby and tourism sector the Kerala government on Thursday decided to dilute its liquor policy announced barely three months back
AAP alleged conflict of interest and gross impropriety against Union telecommunications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and former information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari for taking
AAP alleged conflict of interest and gross impropriety against Union telecommunications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and former information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari for taking
A court granted bail on Thursday to Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi a lynchpin of the Mumbai attacks sparking fury in India and underlining fears that the Pakistan establishment will let the 2611 trial die a
MP 14monthold boy falls into borewell dies  (19 December 03:47 am) 
Rescue teams brought out a 14monthold boy Krishna who had fallen into an open borewell in Chhatarpur district of MP at 850 pm on Thursday He was rushed to a health centre but was declared brought dead
A court in Pakistan gave bail to LeT operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi despite evidence against him in the case which was nearing its end prosecution said on Thursday disclosing that they will
Congress president Sonia Gandhi was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram hospital with lower respiratory tract infection mostly due to pneumonia or bronchitis on Thursday evening
The attack conducted Sunday by wellarmed Islamist extremists in the town of Gumsuri also killed 32 people It recalled the April kidnappings in Chibok where more than 200 girls were taken from a school
The attack conducted Sunday by wellarmed Islamist extremists in the town of Gumsuri also killed 32 people It recalled the April kidnappings in Chibok where more than 200 girls were taken from a school
Jkhand Suspected Maoists open fire at cops  (18 December 08:48 pm) 
Three unidentified armed persons suspected Maoists open fired on the police leaving one injured at Amrapara area of Jharkhands Pakur district on Thursday which will go to polls in the fifth and final
Home minister Rajnath Singh termed the move unfortunate The external affairs ministry made it clear that the bail to Lakhvi a key conspirator of the Mumbai attacks and a UNdesignated terrorist cannot
Joel Herat who was taken hostage inside a cafe in Sydney has in an interview revealed the drama that unfolded inside the cafe where he and 16 others were held at gunpoint by Iranian refugee Man Haron
Joel Herat who was taken hostage inside a cafe in Sydney has in an interview revealed the drama that unfolded inside the cafe where he and 16 others were held at gunpoint by Iranian refugee Man Haron
A Kolkatabased public sector shipyard is trying to get a toehold in the international market eyeing orders worth Rs 2600 crore to supply warships to the navies of the Philippines and Vietnam
Narendra Modi who has a probusiness image has faced criticism in recent weeks that his ambition to spur investment and boost economy has yet to be realised more than six months after he won the LS
Hong Kong revolution defeated China media  (18 December 06:48 pm) 
Chinese staterun media Friday triumphantly declared the Hong Kong prodemocracy movement defeated warning domestic and foreign hostile forces against destabilising the city
LeT operations commander ZakiurRehman Lakhvi one the seven Pakistani nationals accused of planning and abetting the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks was granted bail by Pakistan court