26 Oct 2019·
Bengaluru Blasters batsman, bowling coach arrested for match-fixing: Details here
The Karnataka Premier League (KPL) has been under the scanner of late owing to the allegations that some of the teams were involved in illegal activity of betting and match-fixing.
15 Oct 2019·
Pranjal Patil: First visually-impaired woman IAS appointed Kerala Sub-Collector
On Monday, India's first woman IAS officer with visual impairment, Pranjal Patil, took over as the Sub-Collector of Thiruvananthapuram district in Kerala.
24 Jul 2018·
Mumbai teen dies of leptospirosis, family alleges 'custodial torture' death
Following the death of a 17-year-old in Mumbai's Sion Hospital, his kin and acquaintances launched protests, alleging he died due to custodial torture.
11 Jul 2018·
Providing refuge, serving food, rescuing stranded: Meet Mumbai's unsung heroes
Like every year, this time too Mumbai is facing a deluge and remains submerged in water due to torrential rainfall and abysmal administrative flaws.
09 Feb 2018·
Doctor who sold babies as "social service" arrested in Pune
Two days ago, a doctor and his wife were nabbed in Kolhapur's Ichalkaranji for selling a baby, but officials suspect the racket goes deeper.
13 Jan 2017·
Railways Job still not given to visually-impaired woman
Despite Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu's assurance of allotting a post to visually impaired UPSC candidate Pranjal Patil, the Department of Personnel and Training is yet to allot her a post.
05 Jan 2017·
Railways refuses job to visually-impaired woman who cracked UPSC
Pranjal Patil, a visually-impaired woman from Maharashtra's Ulhasnagar, cracked the UPSC examination with an all-India rank of 773 in her first attempt in May 2016.