28 Jan 2021
Blamed for inciting Republic Day chaos, Deep Sidhu goes 'missing'
Actor-activist Deep Sidhu has gone missing, so to speak, since the chaos during the farmers' tractor rally on Republic Day (January 26).
25 Jan 2021
Low testing, contact tracing blamed for Kerala's COVID-19 situation: Report
Even as the coronavirus outbreak has largely slowed down across India, the Kerala state continues to see a huge daily spike in infections.
24 Jan 2021
Coronavirus: Nearly 16 lakh vaccinated in India as pace accelerates
As the first phase of COVID-19 vaccinations is underway in India, nearly 16 lakh healthcare and frontline workers have been inoculated, government data showed.
22 Jan 2021
Karnataka: Explosion at quarry kills eight, two detained
In a terrible piece of news, at least eight people died due to a dynamite blast at a railway crusher site in Hunasodu village in the Shivamogga district of Karnataka. Two people were detained.
21 Jan 2021
Five killed in Serum Institute fire; Maharashtra government orders probe
The Maharashtra government has ordered a probe into the fire that broke out at the Serum Institute of India in Pune on Thursday, killing at least five people.
19 Jan 2021
Software engineer dupes 22,000 people through shopping website, arrested
The Mumbai Police has arrested a software engineer-turned-cloth merchant from Gujarat's Surat for allegedly duping nearly 22,000 people, mostly women, through his shopping website.
18 Jan 2021
Reports of Chinese village in Arunachal; India on 'constant watch'
India is keeping a "constant watch" on all developments having a bearing on national security, the central government said on Monday amid reports of fresh Chinese construction activity in Arunachal Pradesh.
17 Jan 2021
MP: 13-year-old gang-raped thrice by 9 men in 5 days
In a horrifying incident, nine men allegedly gang-raped a teenaged girl in five days in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, the police said.
15 Jan 2021
Didn't get Harvard offer, fell for phishing: Journalist Nidhi Razdan
Well-known journalist Nidhi Razdan claimed on Friday that she fell victim to a sophisticated cyber-attack that made her believe that she has been offered a job by Harvard University.
14 Jan 2021
Member quits SC's panel formed to talk with protesting farmers
Bhupinder Singh Mann, the President of Bhartiya Kisan Union, on Thursday quit the four-member committee formed by Supreme Court to talk with farmers who have been protesting against three farm laws for over a month.
10 Jan 2021
40-year-old farmer dies by suicide at Singhu border amid protests
A 40-year-old farmer from Punjab allegedly died by suicide at the Delhi-Haryana Singhu border, the epicenter of the ongoing farmers' protests.
04 Jan 2021
Tax officials record Robert Vadra's statement in benami properties case
Officials of the Income Tax department on Monday recorded businessman Robert Vadra's statement at his Delhi office in connection with the benami properties case.
02 Jan 2021
Comedian Munawar Faruqui booked for allegedly insulting Hindu Gods
The Madhya Pradesh Police has booked Mumbai-based comedian Munawar Faruqui and others for allegedly hurting religious sentiments by making derogatory comments about Hindu deities in Madhya Pradesh's Indore, reports said on Saturday.
02 Jan 2021
Srinagar: Punjabi jeweler gets domicile certificate, terrorists shoot him dead
In a spine-chilling incident, a 70-year-old Punjabi jeweler Satpal Nischal was shot dead in Srinagar weeks after he got a domicile certificate that allowed him to purchase immovable property.
30 Dec 2020
Sushant Singh Rajput investigation on, no aspect ruled out: CBI
More than four months after taking charge of the mysterious death case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has said that it is probing all aspects of the case and nothing has been ruled out yet.
29 Dec 2020
Farmers protest: Over 1,500 mobile towers damaged, Captain issues warning
The agitation of farmers took a pernicious turn when protesters started damaging mobile towers to register an objection against Reliance Jio, owned by business tycoon Mukesh Ambani.
28 Dec 2020
Centre invites farmers for talks on Wednesday to resolve protests
The central government has invited farmers for a fresh round of talks at 2 pm on Wednesday to resolve the ongoing protests over new agricultural laws.
28 Dec 2020
Rahul Gandhi faces criticism over absence during Congress Foundation Day
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been facing criticism by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for his absence at the party's Foundation Day event.
26 Dec 2020
Muslim youth thrashed, then arrested under UP's anti-conversion law
Before he was booked under Uttar Pradesh's controversial anti-conversion law earlier this month, a Muslim youth was beaten by locals in Bijnor, the police confirmed.
24 Dec 2020
Harassed by loan sharks, debtors commit suicide, unearthing multi-crore scam
The unfortunate demise of three people in Telangana, allegedly due to harassment of loan sharks, led police to unearth a multi-crore scam.
23 Dec 2020
Coronavirus: 22 who returned to India from UK test positive
At least 22 people who returned to India from the United Kingdom in the past few days have tested positive for COVID-19.
22 Dec 2020
Students, families stuck in UK as India suspends flights
India's temporary suspension of all flights to and from the United Kingdom has impacted the travel plans of several Indian students who were hoping to travel home during the holiday season.
20 Dec 2020
After meeting with rebels, Congress begins reshuffle in 4 states
The Indian National Congress party has started reshuffling leaders, beginning with organizational leadership changes in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Telangana.
19 Dec 2020
Sonia Gandhi meets Congress dissenters, hunt for new chief on
On Saturday morning, Congress President Sonia Gandhi met a section of dissenters, whose letter in August had sparked a major leadership crisis within the party.
17 Dec 2020
Sunny Deol gets Y-category security after supporting new farm laws
Actor and politician Sunny Deol has been given Y-category security by the central government.
15 Dec 2020
Jayalalithaa's legacy continues: Amma mini clinics inaugurated in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Monday inaugurated the Amma Mini Clinic Scheme, under which 2,000 mini clinics will be opened across the Southern state.
15 Dec 2020
Actor Chitra's husband arrested for allegedly abetting her suicide
Days after the death of Tamil television actor Chitra in Chennai, her husband Hemanth has been arrested for allegedly abetting her suicide.
14 Dec 2020
Delhi: AIIMS nurses strike indefinitely over salary payments
Nurses and paramedic staff at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi on Monday decided to go on an indefinite strike over the payment of salaries.
13 Dec 2020
Can INS Viraat be rescued before its end?
After completing the last leg of its journey in September this year, Indian Navy aircraft carrier INS Viraat awaits being stripped apart for scrap.
13 Dec 2020
Farmers to block Delhi-Jaipur highway today to escalate protests
Thousands of farmers have planned to stage a tractor rally on Sunday blocking the Delhi-Jaipur highway in protest against the central government's new agricultural laws.
12 Dec 2020
Farmers plan tractor rally to block Delhi-Jaipur highway tomorrow
Thousands of farmers from Rajasthan have planned to take out a tractor rally to block the Delhi-Jaipur highway on Sunday in protest of the central government's new agricultural laws.
12 Dec 2020
Several injured as fire erupts at Hyderabad chemical factory
A major fire broke out at a chemical factory in the Bollaram industrial area of Sangareddy district near Hyderabad, Telangana, on Saturday.
09 Dec 2020
NCB arrests drug supplier after 'biggest seizure' in Sushant case
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Tuesday seized drugs worth over Rs. 2.5 crore after conducting raids at several locations in Mumbai's Andheri West area.
08 Dec 2020
Government not repealing laws, say farmers after meeting Amit Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday met a group of farmer leaders in Delhi amid intense protests by the agricultural community over the government's new farm laws.
05 Dec 2020
As farmers threaten nationwide shutdown, Centre may amend laws: Report
Ahead of the fifth round of talks between representatives of protesting farmers and the government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reportedly held a meeting at his house Saturday.
05 Dec 2020
Block roads to Delhi: Agitating farmers call for nationwide shutdown
The farmers, who have been protesting fiercely against three newly-enacted farm laws, have called for a nationwide shutdown on Tuesday, December 8, and threatened to block all roads leading to the National Capital, Delhi.
02 Dec 2020
Trial will continue: Centre on SII vaccine's "adverse reaction" claims
With the coronavirus vaccine trials being conducted by Serum Institute of India (SII) being shrouded in controversy after a participant complained of an "adverse reaction," the Centre on Tuesday said there's no need to stop the process.
01 Dec 2020
Farmers' meeting with government remains inconclusive; next round on Thursday
On Tuesday, a three-member team of Union Ministers started talks with 35 representatives of farmers protesting against the central government's new agricultural laws.
30 Nov 2020
Modi to chair all-party meet to review COVID-19 situation Friday
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to chair an all-party meeting this Friday to review the COVID-19 situation in India, according to reports.
30 Nov 2020
After farmers reject offer, Amit Shah attends late-night meet
Hours after protesting farmers spurned the Centre's proposal to hold talks and take their agitation to Burari ground in Delhi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah attended a late-night meeting at the residence of BJP President JP Nadda, multiple reports said.