Questions in Parliament: WhatsApp hard to decrypt, 52% of rural men use tobacco
Ministers inform Parliament about the difficulty of decrypting WhatsApp messages, a “novel” use of cow urine, data on Indian tobacco users and gender
Adarsh residents to appeal in Supreme Court
‘The land was allotted by Maharashtra government, and MMRDA gave permission to construct the building’
Visa denial to Chinese puts MEA in red corner
Whenever India denies an individual a visa based on Interpol-driven criteria, it may leave the MEA open to criticism.
EU needs to introspect, says Dutch MEP
The voter turnout however was low at 32 per cent, just scraping through the 30% threshold required for the referendum results to be valid.
HUL response to The Hindu's editorial on Kodaikanal
With reference to the editorial in The Hindu on March 15, 2016 titled ‘Ensure a credible clean-up in Kodaikanal’, Prasad Pradhan, Head, Corporate Com...
VVIP chopper scam: CBI quizzes former Deputy Chief of IAF
He was one of the many senior officials who were part of the meeting in 2005 when a decision to alter the required specifications was taken.
VVIP chopper scam: Modi didn’t cut any deal with AgustaWestland middleman, clarifies Centre
Centre clarifies on allegations of inaction in the VVIP chopper scam.
Supreme Court refuses to entertain fresh plea against NEET
Please allow the exams to be conducted, the court said asking the lawyer of some students to file the application.
Phase V of West Bengal polls: 39% voters turn out till 11 a.m.
31 seats in South 24 Parganas and 18 in Hooghly besides four in South Kolkata go to polls in penultimate phase of the 6-phase election.
India on US watch list for harsh IP law
India remained on the ‘Priority Watch List’ of the United States Trade Representative’s (USTR) “Special 301 Report”, for using legal tools to protect...
Bribes routed through maze of firms
Indian agencies are still awaiting information from at least seven countries to establish the money trail linking the accused persons to the alleged o
Ponds go bone-dry in Bundelkhand villages
With May yet to arrive, the village faces acute scarcity of drinking and irrigation water, as out of 142 hand pumps, 36 are damaged.
Japanese honour for N.K. Singh
The statement from the Embassy of Japan acknowledged Mr. Singh’s contribution to enhance Japan-India educational ties.
Govt. throws open I-T data; tax base stays narrow
Just one per cent of individuals, who declared their income in assessment year 2012-13, accounted for almost 20 per cent of the taxable income, accor...
$1.5 billion IMF breather for Sri Lanka
Expected to yield an additional $650 million in multilateral and bilateral loans
Trump rhetoric reaches tech capital California
Protestors clash with supporters and police ahead of a rally
Pranab’s visit sees MoUs on IT, health
Four MoUs were signed on the second and final day of President Mukherjee’s visit, the first state visit by an Indian head of state.
Today's stories you shouldn't miss
Here's a quick glance at today's top stories: 1. Lok Sabha discusses transgender rights With the Rajya Sabha being adjourned yesterday due to di...