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Natwar Singh said Rahul Gandhi feared Sonia Gandhi would be killed like his father Rajiv Gandhi and insisted she turn down the post of Prime Minister in 2004.
300 NDRF personnel rush to Pune  (30 July 05:49 pm) 
Centre today rushed around 300 personnel of the NDRF to help rescue people who are trapped following a landslide in Pune.
A portion of a hill came crashing down. Authorities are facing hurdles in rescue ops as the village is located in a remote area and there is no mobile network.
Kodnani is the first of 32 convicts to come out on bail pending appeal before the HC.
Kodnani is the first of 32 convicts to come out on bail pending appeal before the HC.
Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Wednesday told the assembly that a separate youth policy would soon be formulated in a bid to ensure the overall development of youngsters in the state.
Ala ela audio launch at Annapurna Studios in Hyderabad
The number of employed people in the country grew by 34.35 per cent to 12.77 crore in eight years to 2013, according to the sixth economic census.
UK has given a green signal to driverless cars to roll out on public roads for testing.
\"Indians are developing resistance to antibiotics, and hence falling prey to a host of otherwise curable ailments. Some of this resistance might be due to large-scale unregulated use of antibiotics in
The National Alliance of People’s Movement (NAPM) has stated that civil society organizations around the world are decrying a leaked draft of the World Bank’s proposed new policies to avoid
Sixteen former ministers of the UPA government are staying unauthorized in government bungalows for over a month now and have been served eviction notices, the Lok Sabha was told.
Sixteen former ministers of the UPA government are staying unauthorized in government bungalows for over a month now and have been served eviction notices, the Lok Sabha was told.
Richard Branson never tries to create something entirely new; he looks for opportunities to \"improve on what already exists in a meaningful way.\"
The decision to formulate rules and regulations for hawkers was postponed by the general body meeting of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) on Monday.
A month after a controversy erupted over a circular asking CBSE-affiliated schools to conduct Sanskrit Week celebrations, the Madras high court on Wednesday declined to entertain a PIL on the issue.
Amazon will invest a further $2 billion in India just a day after Flipkart attracted $1 billion of fresh funds, raising stakes in e-commerce sector.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) will hold the Ahmedabad edition of TCS IT Wiz 2014 on Tuesday, August 5 at Tagore Hall in Paldi.
A group of corporators in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) have demanded that the Kannad medium schools being run by PMC should be closed.
An 18-year-old son of a police sub-inspector attached to the Tindivanam police station was killed when a speeding suburban train knocked him down at an unmanned level crossing near Potheri on
Quality of food served in the Parliament canteen on Wednesday came under attack in Rajya Sabha as a member drew attention of the government towards MPs falling sick after consuming it.
The teenager sits quietly in a Mumbai rehab clinic, a victim of India\'s emerging fad for the drug crystal meth, which experts say is spurred by loopholes in the country\'s giant chemical industry.
PMK leader S Ramadoss says the prison term given to the school correspondent and others is not enough.
UPSC aspirants are protesting against the pattern of the Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) which they believe gives an unfair advantage to English-speaking students.