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Navies of India, the US and Japan will kick off their trilateral Malabar naval exercises in the Pacific Ocean from Thursday.
An infiltration bid by guerrillas on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir has been foiled, police said Thursday.
The Union Cabinet is slated to meet on Thursday morning, with FDI in insurance sector and the Bill on judicial appointments on agenda.
India has rescued 58 Indian nurses from violence-hit Iraq in an \"extremely difficult\" operation, days after rescuing 46 Indian nurses who were in the control of the Sunni jihadists in Tikrit.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday dropped 24-year old contempt proceedings against veteran journalist Arun Shourie for writing in 1990 against its then sitting judge who was heading a Commission
In order to raise concerns about the repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan`s armed forces in Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh will be meeting her Pakistani counterpart
India along with BRICS countries on Wednesday voted in support of a UN Human Rights Council resolution to launch a probe into Israel`s offensive on Gaza.
States and union territories have been advised to take steps for admitting socially and educationally backward \"third gender\" children in educational institutions, parliament was told Wednesday.
The government has decided to set up four new central universities in the country, parliament was told Wednesday.
Author Shobhaa De said on Wednesday that the Shiv Sena MP who tried to force feed an employee of IRCTC-managed canteen should be thrown out of Maharashtra Sadan.
Congress Wednesday moved the Supreme Court challenging a Delhi High Court verdict that held it and the BJP guilty of receiving funds from the subsidiaries of Britain-based Vedanta Resources.
The Supreme Court Wednesday dropped contempt charges against VHP leader Giriraj Kishore, who died after judgement on the issue was reserved, for allegedly making defamatory statement in 1994 on
Monsoon continues in north India  (23 July 11:49 pm) 
Monsoon showers continued to lash several parts of north India bringing down temperatures significantly even as rivers in Uttar Pradesh flowed in spate at a few places.
Expressing deep concern over the escalating conflict in Gaza, India on Wednesday said dialogue remains the only viable option to resolve issues between Israel and Palestine.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Wednesday ordered an inquiry into complaints made by MPs from the state regarding quality of services being provided at Maharashtra Sadan in New Delhi.
The appellate court shall not release a convict, sentenced to punishment for death or life imprisonment or for a period of ten years or more, without hearing public prosecutor, SC ruled.
Truth is a defence in contempt proceeding and it is now statutorily settled, the Supreme Court on Wednesday said.
The Centre on Wednesday told the Delhi High Court that a bill to bring uniform service conditions for members of various tribunals and to prohibit them from undertaking arbitration assignments and
The Opposition Members of Parliament on Wednesday wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan seekin a probe into the Maharashtra Sadan incident, in which some Shiv Sena MPs - who were
\"Is Prime Minister a God that he should give us darshan\" once in a while, leader of Congress in the Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge remarked sending the members into peals of laughter on Wednesday.
The CBI was Wednesday pulled up by a court here for filing an incomplete reply to a plea filed by Congress leader Jagdish Tytler, facing charges of forgery of a letter sent to the prime minister.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday commenced the crucial hearing to examine the power of the Union and states to grant remission for releasing convicts whose death sentences are commuted to life term with
A biography of Prime Minister Narendra Modi titled \" Modi-Incredible emergence of a star\" has been published in the Chinese language.
India has quitely rescued another batch of 58 nurses from conflict zones in Iraq and was making all efforts to secure the release of 39 construction workers being held captive by Sunni militants ISIS
An official committee has found that the ashram of controversial godman Asaram Bapu on the ecologically sensitive central ridge of Delhi has made \"certain violations\", Lok Sabha was informed today.