Mumbaikars remain off the streets for Janata curfew, applaud health care workers fighting against coronavirus outbreak
The streets of Mumbai wore a deserted look on Sunday, following the call to observe a 14-hour long Janata curfew given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as part of the social distancing measures to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Gujarat Anti-terrorism Squad team detained Setalvad on Saturday from Mumbai in connection with a case on her NGO, which gave baseless information about the 2002 Gujarat riots to the police
Sikh to Sadhu: Here's how PM Modi fooled authorities by changing avatars to avoid arrest during Emergency
Indira Gandhi imposed Emergency in India on the night of 25-26 June, after she lost a case in Allahabad High Court which declared her election null and void and disqualified her from contesting for six years
PM, President have to visit Bengaluru often for civic agencies to do their duty? asks Karnataka High Court
The High Court said this in reference to reports that the city civic body, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, spent Rs 23 crore to repair roads in the city for the Prime Minister's recent visit