Assam NRC: Centre to withdraw 10,000 paramilitary forces deployed before publication of final document
Those who failed to make it to the final NRC list have been given 120 days to appeal against their exclusion at the Foreigners Tribunals. If not satisfied with the verdict of the tribunals, they will have the option to move the High Court and the Supreme Court for redress.
Unemployment crisis in India: Engineers struggle for work as growth in manufacturing sector slows down
The increasing use of automation in industry, the massive number of young Indians coming onto the job market, and the regulatory hurdles that companies still face if they want to set up shop in India, are all big issues for those without work
British economist Meghnad Desai says 'disappointed' electorate will not vote Narendra Modi back with majority
British politician and economist Meghnad Desai, a self-confessed Narendra Modi admirer till some time back, has accused the prime minister of not being a team player and predicted that the "disappointed" electorate will not vote him back with a majority
Manmohan Singh alleged that Modi presides over a "fearful population, an economy that has been set back by foolhardy initiatives and a painful lack of jobs.
Brett Kavanaugh appointment row: Donald Trump yields to Democrats' demand, orders FBI probe; agency to submit report in a week
Agreeing to the demands by Democrats, US President Donald Trump has ordered a limited FBI investigation into the allegations of sexual assault against his embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, throwing his Senate confirmation in doubt.
PML-N, PPP come together to block Imran Khan's PM ambitions, but fall short on numbers to dent PTI chief's chances
The Opposition alliance was not believed to have the numbers to block Imran Khan’s election but it could leave him with a thin majority that could make enacting his agenda difficult.
Five militants from Jaish-e-Mohammed's suicide squad were killed on Monday near the Line of Control (LoC) in a joint operation by Jammu and Kashmir Police
Parliamentary panel raps Indigo for staff's rude behaviour with passangers, says crew need training on soft skills
In a strongly worded report a Parliamentary Standing Committee has condemned the recent incident when a passenger was manhandled by Indigo staff, adding that airlines need to become passenger friendly and its staff should learn to say "please" and "Thank you".
A teenage girl from West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district was hospitalised on Sunday after she was found to have injured herself while playing the deadly online game Blue Whale Challenge, police said.
Premier League: Philippe Coutinho's Liverpool future will be determined by owners, says Jurgen Klopp
Jurgen Klopp insists Philippe Coutinho's Liverpool future will be determined by the club's owners as Barcelona bid to land the want-away Brazil star.
After Rahul Gandhi hits PM over Amarnath attack, BJP says Nehru family responsible for situation in Valley
The BJP on Tuesday asked Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to "rise to the occasion" and not do politics over the Amarnath terror strike after he attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the "grave and unacceptable security lapse".
India objects to rally marking Burhan Wani Day in UK, questions 'glorification of terrorists' on British soil
India has protested to the UK over a planned rally to mark "Burhan Wani Day" in Birmingham on Saturday, questioning how the British government can allow the "glorification of terrorists" on its soil.
The United Nations will announce on Wednesday the appointment of its first counter-terrorism chief, Russian diplomat Vladimir Voronkov, United Nations officials and diplomats said.
The BCCI has decided to invite more applications for the post of Indian team's coach to give Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) a wide range of options for picking a suitable candidate.
The reason why the elderly farmer committed suicide was yet to be ascertained, Kotwali police station incharge Akhilesh Dahiya said.
'Click photo of bus drivers speaking on phone, win prizes': UP govt's initiative tells passengers to catch errant drivers
Roadways bus drivers talking on phones, while driving, in Uttar Pradesh need to watch out. According to the new rules set by the Uttar Pradesh government, passengers can click photos of errant drivers or those flouting rules and can win prizes.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored and Freddie Woodman saved a penalty as England beat Venezuela 1-0 to win the Under-20 World Cup on Sunday.
India's absence at the summit was sort of an embarrassment to China even though it called the forum a success.
An army major, who had tied a Kashmiri man to a jeep in Kashmir, has been awarded by Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat for his 'sustained efforts' in counter-insurgency operations.
Security was stepped up at Rajinikanth's residence on Monday amid protests by a fringe group over indications the veteran actor could make his political debut.