On World Music Day, Javed Akhtar says old songs should be protected from 'vandalisation': They're our cultural heritage
On World Music Day, Indian Performing Right Society, chaired by lyricist Javed Akhtar, has launched a two-week social media campaign #CreditTheCreator.
Hyderabad rape and murder: Regressive worldview, acute failure of laws — has anything really changed between 2012 and now?
Has anything at all changed with regard to rape in India between 2012 and now? Would anything change if all of those men had been strung up from the nearest pole?
Ram Nath Kovind gives assent to Criminal Law (Amendment) Act; provision provides stringent punishment for raping minors
President Ram Nath Kovind gave his assent to the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act that seeks to provide stringent punishment or death penalty for raping minor girls
Congress says Maharashtra child rights body's notice to Rahul Gandhi diversionary tactic, will explore legal options
The Congress in Maharashtra today said the state child rights panel's notice to party president Rahul Gandhi for 'disclosing' the identity of two minor boys, who were victims of an assault, as a bid to divert the attention from the main issue pertaining to the deprived sections.
2012 Delhi gangrape case verdict: Ravi Shankar Prasad hails SC judgment, upholds justice in "rarest of rare" instance
Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today favoured the existence of death penalty in the statutes, saying he was satisfied that it was invoked in the rarest of rare instance like the December 16 gangrape case, over which there was a public outcry.
By claiming that the August 2012 report in Indian Express of un-notified troop movement from Agra and Hisar towards Delhi is correct, Tewari has also plastered pie on his own party rather than hurl it at his intended target, minister of state for external affairs, General VK Singh.
Countering the claim of Congress leader Manish Tewari that news report on the controversial 2012 troop movement was "true", Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday said the Army had already denied the report when the UPA was in power.
The Congress on Sunday distanced itself from party leader Manish Tewari, who claimed that a news report on a controversial 2012 troop movement towards Delhi was true.
Union minister and former Army chief General VK Singh on Sunday dismissed senior Congress leader Manish Tewari's claim that the Indian Express story on non-notified movement of troops towards Delhi from neighbouring Haryana in 2012 was true.
Groupism and a low morale were the reasons why the selection committee wanted to replace Mahendra Singh Dhoni with the young and untested Virat Kohli as Indian cricket captain back in 2012, a plan which was scuttled by the then BCCI President N Srinivasan.
Goa Congress MLA, Atanasio Monserratte has said he would quit the party to contest as an Independent in the event of a bye-election in Panaji Assembly seat following the likely induction of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar in Union Cabinet.
Asked if there is a possibility of pairing up with his former partner Bhupathi in future, the answer from the 14-time Grand Slam winner in doubles was an emphatic no.
For the quarter, the total (internal plus external) disk storage systems market generated $8.6 billion in revenue, representing 0.7% growth from the prior year's fourth quarter.
Even though Mary Kom ensured that the boxers did not return empty-handed from the Olympics, her commendable feat could not hide the overall disappointment.
Spain's glorious third successive triumph in a major tournament and individual goal scoring brilliance from Argentine Lionel Messi will be remembered as soccer's golden hallmarks of 2012.
'Uncle judges' is a term used for judges whose kith and kin are practising in the same High Court where they are posted. The government hopes that the Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill will solve this problem.