Light to moderate rains were witnessed in isolated parts of Rajasthan with Kanwas in Kota district receiving a maximum 10 cm of rainfall, even as Southwest monsoon weakened further in the state, Met department said on Monday.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: The Congress today objected to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's claim that Hindutva defines the cultural identity of all Indians and argued that religious fundamentalists had been emboldened by the advent of the Narendra Modi government.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: Arvind Kejriwal's alleged dictatorial attitude is being flagged unceasingly by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) rank and file, putting road blocks in the path of the party desperate to bounce back after the Lok Sabha poll drubbing.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: The results of a recent experiment with the all-India engineering entrance test may come as a damper for the MPs clamouring for the civil services exam to be conducted in all the Indian languages.
Sugauli (East Champaran), Aug. 18: An express train roaring down the tracks at 70kmph rammed into a packed auto-rickshaw that had passed through the open gates of a level crossing, killing at least 19 persons before juddering to a halt a little distance away.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: A 28-year-old nurse tending to the ailing wife of one of the owners of a central Delhi five-star hotel was gang-raped in the complex by two helps employed by the businessman's family, police said.
Uriamghat, Aug. 18: Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi beat a hasty retreat from a relief camp here today after angry inmates, who had fled their homes following violence on the Nagaland border, heckled him and stoned his convoy.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: Parliament's recent legislation on judges' appointments has drawn fire from legal experts, with two public interest pleas challenging the twin bills' constitutionality in the Supreme Court and many lawyers threatening similar petitions.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: The Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, today became the first IIM and the country's third B-school to join a global club recognised by the world's oldest accrediting agency for business institutes.
New Delhi, Aug. 18: The Supreme Court has ruled that courts should not interfere with punishments imposed by disciplinary authorities on delinquent employees unless such penalties were shockingly disproportionate or defied logic.
Life in Telangana is likely to come to a standstill on Tuesday, thanks to the state government's Intensive Household Survey. Not just the state-owned public transport buses, even private vehicles, will remain off the roads.
Sikh men, women and children found in a shipping container in Britain were fleeing persecution in Afghanistan and had been trapped in the airless compartment without food or water for 18 hours, their translator said on Monday.