New Delhi: Internet activists hold protests in several cities against what they claimed as 'growing censorship of internet by the government' in the country.
New Delhi: After IIT-Kanpur rejected the Centre's 'one- nation one-test' proposal and decided to conduct its own entrance exam from next year, IIT-Delhi Alumni Association is pushing IIT-Delhi to follow the suit.
Guwahati: Fifty-two passengers and crew on an Air India plane had a narrow escape when the alert Woman pilot showed courage and landed the turboprop aircraft safely under emergency conditions at Guwahati airport after one of its nose wheels fell down during takeoff from Silchar.
Rajkot/New Delhi: Six months ahead of the Gujarat Assembly elections, Chief Minister Narendra Modi sounds the poll bugle, saying the Congress has no chance to "survive" even as supporters of his bete noire Sanjay Joshi staged protests.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court refuses to stay the Andhra Pradesh High Court order quashing 4.5% sub-quota for minorities in central educational institutions like IITs and ticked off the Government for the way it has handled the "complex" and "sensitive" issue.
Mumbai/New Delhi: Citing division of roles between Sonia Gandhi and 'unelected' Manmohan Singh, global agency Standard and Poor's threatens to downgrade India's credit rating on projections which were totally rejected by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.
Ralegan Siddhi: Trashing allegations that his movementagainst corruption is foreign funded, Anna Hazare hits back at the UPA daring Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to spell out which are the external forces behind it.
New Delhi: A day after Standard and Poor's warned that India may lose investment grade rating, its annual industrial growth rate slumped to 0.1% in April, increasing chances that the Reserve Bank may cut interest rates next week to boost the sagging economy.
New Delhi/Ranchi: The CBI carries out searches at the premises of Jharkhand MLAs and a Rajya Sabha candidate in connection with its probe into allegations of horse trading during March 30 Rajya Sabha elections in the state which were later countermanded.
New Delhi: The Presidential race takes a dramatic twist today with the Congress declaring Pranab Mukherjee as their preferred choice but two key allies, TMC and SP, came out with a surprise response by suggesting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's name.
Shimla: In a major crackdown, eight Chinese nationals have been arrested on charges of overstaying from a fortified monastery in Mandi district and Rs 30 lakh, $3,000 and SIM cards have been seized from them.
Srinagar: Senior Hurriyat Conference leader Abdul Gani Bhat, who had raked a controversy by stating that UN resolutions on Kashmir were not implementable, makes a U-turn saying he never termed the resolutions as "outdated and impracticable".
New Delhi: Rejecting allegations of corruption levelled by Team Anna, Law Minister Salman Khurshid hits back saying it is difficult to concede them the "monopoly of patriotism and honesty" and advised Anna Hazare that there was still time to bring his movement to the "legitimate" path.
New Delhi: Stage is set for a confrontation and a likely contest for Presidential poll with the Congress party deciding to take on TMC-SP combine by rejecting all their candidates on a day of major developments that could impact the country's political landscape.
New Delhi: Pranab Mukherjee appears set to be the next President with his candidature announced by the ruling UPA and endorsed swiftly by supporting parties SP and BSP amid indications that he will gather more support ahead.
Lucknow/New Delhi: In a flip flop, Samajwadi Party, which had joined hands with Trinamool Congress over the issue of Presidential poll, goes all out vouching support for Pranab Mukherjee's candidature for the top Constitutional post.