The Delhi Crime Branch on Sunday busted an inter-state gang involved in supplying illegal arms and ammunition of different caliber from Bihar and Madhya Pradesh in Delhi and NCR.
The Bombay High Court has granted anticipatory bail to a woman journalist booked for abetting the suicide of an Army jawan and also under the Official Secrets Act after observing that prima facie no offence is made out against the accused.
Nautanwa Independent MLA Aman Mani Tripathi, accused of murdering his wife, met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Gorakhpur on Sunday triggering speculations that he could join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the near future.
With the summer holidays approaching, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has an interesting piece of advice to the nation's youth- 'get creative, think out of the box, embrace new experiences' and what seems to be the most important, 'play a sport'.
The Betul district consumer dispute redressal forum has directed the central railway to pay Rs. 5,000 for not alerting a passenger who had registered for the wake-up call service.
The BSF on Sunday handed over a 15-year-old boy to Pakistani authorities after he inadvertently crossed into India in Punjab's Abohar sector, an official said.
Reprimanding his daughter for skipping school proved costly for a man in Sonipat district as the minor got so upset that she committed suicide.
The city police have arrested a man who was allegedly involved in gang-rape of a Kolkata-based woman during her visit here in February.
A united Opposition candidate for the presidential elections will be the beginning of unity among the non-BJP parties to take on the BJP, senior JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav, seen as one of the probable Opposition choices, said today. Having met Congress chief Sonia Gandhi last week as part of efforts to put up a joint Opposition candidate for the high-stakes polls, the former JD(U) president said the success of this exercise could go a long way in arresting the BJP's surge across the country.
The Election Commission is set to ask the government to amend laws to disqualify candidates listed in charge sheets for bribing candidates, a move which comes days after it cancelled a Tamil Nadu assembly bypoll following allegations of use of money to influence electors.