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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday paid tributes to Indian mathematics wizard Srinivasa Ramanujan on his birth anniversary.
Former prime minister Manmohan Singh has been conferred another prestigious Japanese award - the Second Asia Cosmopolitan Award - for "transforming India's economy and its integration with the broader
Continuing with the efforts to make rail premises clean on regular basis, railways will formulate an integrated policy for this.
Newly appointed CRPF DG Prakash Mishra on Monday said his top priority would be to ensure 'zero casualty' in the largest para-military force in India.
Lok Sabha on Monday referred to Parliament's Standing Commmittee a bill seeking to amend Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act to include leader of the largest opposition party in the House in a panel to select
Acrimonious scenes were witnessed in the Lok Sabha Monday as opposition parties protested the conversion issue and RJD MP Pappu Yadav allegedly threw a paper at Deputy Speaker M Thambidurai
Narendra Modi's success so far has been a "clever shepherding" of instilling negative images of his rivals within BJP and an "oversell" of his accomplishments besides a general poor perception of
National security is being "compromised" with a "fast-eroding" combat aircraft squadron strength of the Indian Air Force vis-a-vis the neighbouring countries, leading to a "very grim" situation, a
Conversion row continues to rock Parliament  (22 December 11:16 pm) 
The row over religious conversion continued in Parliament Monday, with the Rajya Sabha being stalled again, while the Congress staged a walkout in the Lok Sabha.
The Delhi High Court has held that reimbursements of medical expenses of the Supreme Court judges cannot be disclosed under the Right To Information (RTI) Act, saying it does not serve any public
President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday extended his greetings and felicitations to the Emperor and the people of Japan on the eve of that country's national day.
A 39-year old woman evicted recently from the Aurobindo Ashram here with her five sisters was allegedly gang-raped by two men after she was washed ashore on December 18 in a failed suicide bid with
Terming RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat's recent remarks that conversions will continue to take place in the country as "reckless", CPI on Monday said that RSS and its organizations should stop all attacks
Amidst political logjam in both Houses of Parliament, BJP leaders met RSS top brass in Union Minister Nitin Gadkari's residence, as per reports on Monday.
Terming the coming together of Janata Parivar outfits as a get-together of "corrupt" and "brand ambassadors of misgovernance", BJP on Monday said their joint agitation is road-blocker in the path of
Shiv Sena members in Lok Sabha on Monday sought rolling out of Uniform Civil Code, abrogation of Article 370 and construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya as a "birthday gift" to former Prime Minister
Sri Lankan courts free 66 Indian fishermen  (22 December 08:31 pm) 
Courts in Sri Lanka on Monday ordered the release of 66 Indian fishermen arrested by Lankan Navy and lodged in jails there, a top official said.
Indian arrested in UAE on fraud charges  (22 December 08:31 pm) 
An Indian national, posing as a police officer, has been arrested along with a Pakistani accomplice in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for trying to defraud a man of money, a media report said Monday.
Amid a raging row over alleged religious conversions undertaken by right-wing groups, RSS ideologue M G Vaidya on Monday said what is happening was not change in faith, but "homecoming" of those who
Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to a hospital here for an infection in her lower respiratory tract, is feeling better, getting ready to go home may be in a day or two, the hospital
In a move that could further strain the SAD-BJP alliance in Punjab, the saffron outfit on Monday sought resignation of Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia after the Enforcement Directorate served
In a sharp attack, Italian President Giorgio Napolitano on Monday accused India of "scarce political will" to provide a "fair solution" into the case of two Italian marines accused of killing two
Lankan courts free 66 Indian fishermen  (22 December 07:16 pm) 
Courts in Sri Lanka on Monday ordered the release of 66 Indian fishermen arrested by Lankan Navy and lodged in jails there, a top official said.
Rejecting government's proposal for a law against conversion, Congress on Monday said freedom to religion is an "essential fabric and character" of the Constitution which cannot be tinkered with.
Ahead of Pravasi Bhartiya Divas next month, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday voiced confidence about finding a solution to voting by NRIs without coming to India.