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Attacking the Congress for spreading "disinformation" against the government on the land bill, BJP on Tuesday said the opposition's criticism on issuing ordinances was like "the devil quoting
Six bogies of the Bhubaneshwar Rajdhani Express, which had stopped at the New Delhi railway station, caught fire on Tuesday.
Six bogies of the Bhubaneshwar Rajdhani Express, which had stopped at the New Delhi railway station, caught fire on Tuesday.
Giriraj Singh was on Tuesday forced to express regret in the Lok Sabha for his racist remarks against Congress president Sonia Gandhi, after vociferous protests on the issue.
The world's largest kidney weighing 2.75 kgs has been removed by Indian surgeons as the person was suffering from Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD).
A flood alert was sounded in the Valley on Tuesday as Jhelum river crossed the danger mark in Srinagar.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday condoled the death of former Odisha chief minister JB Patnaik, saying his contribution to the state's development will always be remembered.
"I am a sanyaasi, service to humanity is my only objective. I am not looking for any ministerial position or status," Ramdev said.
The Narendra Modi government's emphasis on Hindi has found 30 non-Hindi speaking MPs, mostly from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal and the North East, who are willing to learn the language.
Names of Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi will no more figure in the annual awards given by the MHA on Hindi Diwas for progressive use of Hindi in government, a move that Congress said was "proof" of
The government proposes to make the rules regarding benami property ownership much more stringent than they are currently.
Former Odisha CM JB Patnaik passes away  (21 April 08:15 am) 
Former Odisha chief minister and Assam governor Janaki Ballabh Patnaik passed away at 4.30am in Tirupati. He was 89.
Manga meets Mangai  (21 April 07:45 am) 
Rinko Nagami's love affair with India began way before she met her Malayali husband.
No end to VVIP privileges at airports  (21 April 07:45 am) 
Instead of ending privileges given to MPs, the aviation ministry has perpetuated the VVIP culture at Indian airports.
HC had fixed Rs 2 lakh compensation to pedestrians for every dog and monkey bite.
HC had fixed Rs 2 lakh compensation to pedestrians for every dog and monkey bite.
15 amputees on pilgrimage of will  (21 April 06:45 am) 
Rakesh Kumar (28), a resident of Rudraprayag, was one of the victims of the 2013 deluge at Kedarnath. He was stuck in debris, and after his rescue, had to get his gangrenous leg amputated.
Another Sikh preacher to star in movie  (21 April 06:45 am) 
Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s fierce critic and Sikh preacher, Baljit Singh Daduwal, is following in his footsteps by featuring in a movie titled ‘The Blood Street’ releasing
The Bombay high court on Monday directed the state government to pay Rs 50,000 as costs to a 1971 Indo-Pak war veteran for "taking a dishonest stand" and opposing grant of benefits to him, saying his
Can join anyone but Nitish, says Manjhi  (21 April 05:45 am) 
Nothing is impossible in politics but my joining hands with CM Nitish Kumar, said former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi at the politically significant Garib Swabhiman Rally held at Gandhi Maidan here on Monday.
A day after TOI reported about 601 farmer suicides in the state between January and March this year, Union agriculture minister Radhamohan Singh told Parliament that only three had committed suicide
The Maharashtra government on Monday claimed that it brought in the beef ban law to protect the cow and its progeny due to their many benefits — from milk to the use of dung and urine in making pest
The much-awaited Char Dham yatra is all set to begin on Tuesday on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya.
‘Paid’ news: Party with Khetan  (21 April 04:30 am) 
Prashant Bhushan’s reply to a show-cause notice by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has raised certain uncomfortable questions for party member Ashish Khetan.
Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan have sent a scathing response to the show-cause notice issued to them by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for their alleged anti-party activities.