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The Union government on Wednesday curtailed the tenure of foreign secretary Sujatha Singh with an immediate effect.
The Union government on Wednesday curtailed the tenure of foreign secretary Sujatha Singh with an immediate effect.
The Union government on Wednesday curtailed the tenure of foreign secretary Sujatha Singh with an immediate effect.
JD(U)-RJD merger on hold?  (28 January 11:45 pm) 
The proposed merger between the JD(U) and the RJD in Bihar and among the Janata Parivar parties at the national level seems to have hit the roadblock after differences cropped up on several issues.
Govt in J&K will be in place soon: Rajnath  (28 January 10:46 pm) 
BJP, which is in talks with PDP for government formation in Jammu & Kashmir, on Wednesday said a \"democratic government\" will be in place in the state soon as broad contours for having an alliance was
PDP and BJP may be heading towards forming a coalition govt in J&K with leaders of both the parties on Wednesday apprising governor N N Vohra separately about progress in their talks.
PDP and BJP may be heading towards forming a coalition govt in J&K with leaders of both the parties on Wednesday apprising governor N N Vohra separately about progress in their talks.
When supercyclone (05B) struck Odisha in 1999, nearly 10,000 people were killed.
Tejas flies in -15ºC in Ladakh  (28 January 09:16 pm) 
Soaked overnight in extreme cold (around -15ºC) weather in Ladakh, light combat aircraft (LCA) Tejas’ engine required three consecutive start-ups of the engine, but the fighter fought the
The Kerala High Court on Wednesday held that it cannot order a CBI probe into the bar bribery case allegedly involving law minister KM Mani.
CM Fadnavis orders probe into invite delay  (28 January 09:01 pm) 
Upset over missing dinner with US President Barak Obama, Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said he had already directed the resident commissioner at Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi to probe the delay in
Cong uses Obama remarks to hit out at Modi  (28 January 08:01 pm) 
Utilising the handle given by US President Barack Obama, Congress today targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, questioning if he will \"look within\" and do the course correction by checking the \"lumpen
BSP chief Mayawati on Wednesday said that US President Barack Obama’s remark on religious freedom in India reflects how activities of BJP’s parent organization RSS and its affiliates under eight
RJD chief Lalu Prasad today hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying his \"divisive politics\" was so apparent that the country, which gave Mahatma Gandhi to the world, is being sermonised by US
Reports of Prime Minister Narendra Modi telling a conclave of Indian and US corporate chiefs that India was ready to accept suggestions made by a joint working group with the United States on
In a bid to tighten noose on corrupt babus, the Chhattisgarh government has cleared the draft for the Chhattisgarh Special Courts Bill, 2015, which would pave way for setting up special courts to try
Excise minister Satish Jarkiholi likely to withdraw his resignation on Thursday after meeting CM Siddaramaiah at Bengaluru.
Anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare today attacked the Narendra Modi govt for its \'failure\' to bring back black money stashed in tax havens abroad and said people will teach it a lesson for the
BJP today alleged that the Congress was indirectly helping Trinamool Congress in trying to stall the Saradha scam probe.
National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested four more persons in connection with the Burdwan blast after carrying out raids across three districts of Birbhum, Nadia and Murshidabad.
Playing down President Barack Obama\'s visit to India, official media here on Wednesday said too much need not be read into the \"romance\" between him and PM Narendra Modi as there are difficult talks
A city court today remanded five accused in the Burdwan blast case to NIA custody till February three after the agency sought time to unravel more details of their alleged links with
Time has come for courts to deal firmly with women filing false rape complaints as they are tormentors warranting punishment, a Delhi court has said.
China today said it attaches \"great importance\" to external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj\'s visit here this week, during which she will interact with top Chinese leaders and attend the 13th Russia,
A boat carrying four fisherman capsized in the Gandhi Sagar Dam here in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh district on Tuesday late night.