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Amidst moves to uncover black money India on Thursday joined over 50 countries and jurisdictions in the next step to stamp out tax evasion by signing a new agreement at the Global Forum in Berlin to
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag off the Run for Unity in New Delhi today on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel which is being commemorated as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas
The Delhi Police are patting themselves on the back for cleaning up east Delhis Trilokpuri of its most menacing residents following investigations into the riots which were triggered a week ago
Govt may allow opposition in Lokpal panel  (31 October 01:47 am) 
In the absence of a leader of opposition in the Lok Sabha the Modi government is exploring the possibility of amending the Lokpal law to include an opposition leader in the selection panel of the
Congress vicepresident Rahul Gandhi has called to Delhi leaders from across the country to draw up a strategy to revive the party and stop the BJPs upsurge under Narendra Modi sources said
Congress vicepresident Rahul Gandhi has called to Delhi leaders from across the country to draw up a strategy to revive the party and stop the BJPs upsurge under Narendra Modi sources said
For fiscal prudence and better outcome of public expenditure the Narendra Modi government is likely to downsize some of the social sector schemes including the rural job guarantee programme the
BJP vicepresident and Rajya Sabha MP Muktar Abbas Naqvi BJP Bengal state president and two Lok Sabha MPs were arrested on Thursday as they tried to violate prohibitory orders and enter troubletorn
The Central Bureau of Investigation is likely to seek details from authorities in Singapore on the antecedents of a Rs 180crore fund parked there in the name of a local trust on the suspicion it could
In yet another shocking incident a sixyearold girl was allegedly sexually assaulted in a private school in Bangalore in the fourth such case in as many months The girl studying in the first standard
In yet another shocking incident a sixyearold girl was allegedly sexually assaulted in a private school in Bangalore in the fourth such case in as many months The girl studying in the first standard
With PM Narendra Modi preparing to lead the nationwide celebrations of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patels birth anniversary on Friday the Congress reacted sharply saying no leader or government can make people
With PM Modi preparing to lead the nationwide celebrations of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patels birth anniversary the Congress reacted sharply saying no leader or government can make people forget the legacy
A fortnight after the HRD ministry sought a reply from the IITs on the action taken on the letter sent by an RSS affiliated trader and a few others for segregating the vegetarian canteens from the non
Islamic State militants executed at least 220 Iraqis in retaliation against a tribes opposition to their takeover of territory west of Baghdad security sources and witnesses said
In a huge relief for people living near Gujarats coastal areas the MeT department on Thursday said that Nilofar earlier dubbed as a very severe cyclonic Stormnbspover westcentral Arabian sea is likely
A Delhi court will hear former BSP MP Dhananjay Singhs wifes bail plea exactly a day after she was arrested for allegedly murdering her domestic help Rakhi Bhadra with Dhananjays help The court has
The government has decided to give additional compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to the families of the 3325 victims of the 1984 antiSikh riots and plans to disburse it as soon as possible
Government has decided to give Rs five lakh each to the next of kin of 3325 victims of the 1984 antiSikh riots triggered after assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
Within days of expressing displeasure over Indias growing closeness to Vietnam China on Thursday again criticised India saying New Delhi was complicating the border situation by building more posts
Within days of expressing displeasure over Indias growing closeness to Vietnam China on Thursday again criticised India saying New Delhi was complicating the border situation by building more posts
Thousands of protesters marched on Burkina Fasos presidential palace after burning the parliament building and ransacking state television offices on Thursday forcing President Blaise Compaore to
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad VHP as part of its Golden Jubilee celebration will plant a Tusli sapling in every Hindu home across the country said a top functionary of the Hindu rightwing organisation
Shahi Imam of Delhis Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari on Thursday triggered a controversy by inviting Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as well as political leaders in India but not Prime Minister
Government offices located in New Delhis central area including North Block and South Block will be closed from 200pm on Thursday till 930am on Friday with the Run for Unity set to be flagged off by