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An upset government on Thursday served a legal notice on BBC over broadcast of controversial interview of Delhi gang-rape convict and said YouTube had removed the video even as it instructed telecom
 The US on Thursday said it supports Indian efforts to address \"gender-based violence\" in the aftermath of the horrific rape and murder of Nirbhaya, but refused to comment on the latest controversy
Prashant Bhushan on Thursday suggested that he and Yogendra Yadav were axed from the Political Affairs Committee of AAP at the behest of Arvind Kejriwal and the party\'s top leader wanted to \"dominate\"
The All India Democratic Women\'s Association (AIDWA) on Thursday strongly opposed the blanket ban on the documentary on December 16, 2012 gang-rape incident by BBC and demanded action against the
An upset government on Thursday served a legal notice on BBC over broadcast of controversial interview of Delhi gang-rape convict and said YouTube had removed the video even as it instructed telecom
An Indian has been arrested in Saudi Arabia for allegedly posting a blasphemous image of the Kaaba on his Facebook page, a media report here said on Thursday.
Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Thursday termed as \"unjustified\" the \"insistence\" of opposition in bringing an amendment to the motion of thanks to the President\'s address to Parliament, saying
Shashi Tharoor, who was dropped as Congress spokesperson for praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Thursday flagged the issue of \"inner-party democracy\" as he latched on to developments in AAP.
Notwithstanding various challenges, more number of women in the country do not think that travelling alone is unsafe though foreign destinations are still perceived to be safer, according to a survey.
India\'s Daughter, a documentary on the brutal gang-rape of a 23-year old girl in New Delhi banned in India, will be available in the US later this month with a media arts organisation facilitating its
Congress leader Manish Tewari on Thursday suggested that ransom may have been paid for the release of Jesuit priest Father Alexis Prem Kumar Ananthaswamy in Afghanistan, latching to reported comments
Union Minister Raosaheb Dadarao Danve, who was made Maharasthra BJP president a few months back, on Thursday resigned from the Council of Ministers over the principle of \'one-man,one-post\'.
The Madras High court bench here on Thursday ruled that Child Marriage Prevention Act was secular in nature and Muslims could not rely on their personal law to claim the right to give minor girls in
Two BSF troopers and a Bangladeshi smuggler were injured on Thursday when a gang of smugglers attacked a BSF patrol party along the India-Bangladesh border in West Bengal`s North 24 Parganas district.
Armed with a judicial order, the government has stepped in to prevent the viewing of the controversial documentary, \'India\'s Daughter\', on the Internet but cyber experts believe it may be virtually
Bar Council of India (BCI) chairman Manan Kumar Mishra on Thursday termed \"unwarranted\" the alleged anti-women remarks of certain lawyers, including a defence counsel of the December 16 gang-rape
The government on Thursday served legal notice to the BBC over its broadcast of a controversial documentary on the December 16, 2012 gang-rape, saying the broadcaster \"violated the contract on various
Unfazed by the controversy, the British filmmaker behind the BBC documentary on the Delhi gang-rape incident on Thursday accused the Indian government of trying to \"muzzle free speech\" by banning its
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj travels to Sri Lanka on Friday - in the third high-level bilateral visit between the two countries that will also lay the ground for Prime Minister Narendra
Former Union minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has been absolved by the Central Administrative Tribunal of the charge of putting pressure on AIIMS doctor to submit a \"tailor-made autopsy
Reaching out to the Opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he was ready to remove anything that was anti-farmer in the land bill and \"publicly prayed\" to the detractors not to stall
Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan-led LJP, an NDA ally, has come around to supporting the land bill after initially raising objections even as some other partners in the ruling coalition continue to be
India and Spain have signed an Agreement on Mutual Protection of Classified Information to provide the framework for enhanced bilateral cooperation in areas of defence research, development and
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit former LTTE-stronghold Jaffna in Sri Lanka\'s Tamil-dominated north and address the Parliament here during his three-day visit to the country next week.
The decision by BBC to broadcast the controversial interview of one of the December 16, 2012, gang-rape convicts despite the restraining order against its screening has evoked mixed reactions among