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Haryana\'s power minister Ajay Singh Yadav who had handed over his resignation to chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was asked to do a rethink on his decision on Wednesday.
For a second year running, schools in the city are roiled by confusion over Ganeshotsav holidays, thanks to the government’s shilly-shallying.
Smriti Irani defends FYUP move   (31 July 04:46 am) 
One of the reasons for reverting to the three-year undergraduate programme in Delhi University was to ensure that its students are not “put to any disadvantage vis-a-vis students of other
A stern-looking Lt General Dalbir Singh Suhag will take charge of the 1.2 million strong Indian Army on Friday, but behind the stiff demeanour, hides a man who believes in maintaining relationships.
Several patients took discharge on Wednesday even as the services at Bal Thackeray Trauma Care Municipal Hospital in Jogeshwari continued to suffer owing to lack of staff and ailing infrastructure.
Can a monthly consultancy fee of Rs 75,000 plus the flexibility to practise privately in the evening appeal to super specialists? The BMC is certainly hoping so.
Woman sexually assaulted in car  (31 July 04:48 am) 
A domestic help (22) was allegedly sexually assaulted by a Worli resident, Dalal Yadav (29), and his aide, Rajiv Valmiki (26), a taxi driver, in Colaba early on Tuesday.
A petrol pump at Jawhar taluka in Thane was sealed for adulterating and stealing fuel.
Criminals held in south west Delhi  (31 July 04:46 am) 
Two men have been arrested in the Chhawla area of southwest Delhi for their involvement in several cases of dacoity, car robbery and murder.
While its national leadership analyzes Delhi’s political scenario, BJP is preparing to face all eventualities, including a fresh election.
In a good news for Delhi, the government on Wednesday said electricity bills of 84 per cent of households in the capital will come down immediately even as it promised better infrastructure, more
Uproar in BMC over hawker drive  (31 July 04:48 am) 
The civic body’s general body meeting was adjourned on Wednesday over the hawker registration issue.
Supertech said on Wednesday it will comply with the Supreme Court order and refund money to buyers by October 30 or provide alternative flats, adding that this was the option it had given buyers
European ransoms bankrolling Qaida  (31 July 04:47 am) 
The cash filled three suitcases: 5 million. The German official charged with delivering this cargo arrived here aboard a nearly empty military plane and was whisked away to a secret meeting with the
Law panel chief opposes judicial bill  (31 July 03:48 am) 
Law Commission chairman Justice A P Shah has opposed the government\'s proposal to bring the Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill, saying this would have a \"debilitating effect on judicial
Attack on Gaza school 'shameful': UN  (31 July 04:47 am) 
\"Nothing is more shameful than attacking sleeping children,\" Ban said on his arrival in San Jose, Costa Rica.\"I condemn this attack in the strongest possible terms.\"
\"Nothing is more shameful than attacking sleeping children,\" Ban said on his arrival in San Jose, Costa Rica.\"I condemn this attack in the strongest possible terms.\"
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked Supertech to refund the principal amount along with 14% interest by October 30 to flat owners in Noida’s Emerald Court twin towers, which were sealed on May 5
Liberia\'s president is closing the nation\'s schools and ordering non-essential government employees to stay home as the country battles an Ebola outbreak.
Piyush, son of UP’s biscuit king Om Prakash Dasani confessed before cops that he got his wife killed because he was unhappy with her and wanted to marry another woman with whom he was in a torrid
The US House Foreign Affairs Committee endorsed on Wednesday a resolution calling on China to immediately end what it calls state-sanctioned harvesting of human organs from prisoners.
The Bombay high court on Wednesday directed the police to remove loudspeakers from those mosques in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai that have not obtained required permissions for them from the authorities.
The Gujarat high court on Wednesday granted bail to Maya Kodnani, the former minister convicted and jailed for 28 years in the Naroda Patiya massacre case of 2002.
Gujarat’s top junior and India No.4 Varun Parikh became the first golfer from Gujarat to be selected in an Indian team for an international event.
Islamist groups have seized the army special forces headquarters in Libya\'s Benghazi after days of fighting left at least 35 soldiers dead and plunged the country deeper into lawlessness.