Postcoital dysphoria can dampen your sex life: Here's what this disorder is and what you can do about it
Research suggests that attachment avoidance, insecurity and fearing the loss of sense of self could be a contributing factor to postcoital dysphoria or post-sex blues
Truckers' strike: Transporters won't relent till demands are met as govt struggles to find middle ground
Bal Malkit Singh, Core Committee Chairman, AIMTC, says striking truckers will relent only when their demands are met.
Hardik Patel sedition case: Court issues bailable warrant against Patidar leader for being absent during framing of charges
A sessions court issued a bailable warrant against Patidar quota agitation leader Hardik Patel for not being present during the proceedings of framing of charges.
Gorkhaland agitation: SC allows Centre to withdraw forces from Darjeeling for deployment in poll-bound Gujarat
SC permitted the Centre to withdraw four of the eight companies of CAPF from strife-torn Darjeeling and Kalimpong districts of West Bengal.
A group of farmers on Sunday raised anti-government slogans in support of complete loan waiver demand, during a programme of Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis at Lasalgaon, police said.
Former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda Sunday hit out at the Centre, claiming that tillers are at crossroads and staring at a disaster due to its "anti-farmer" policies
Bimal Gurung has warned that the agitation for a separate state will turn "terrible" as the indefinite strike called by the outfit entered its 32nd day on Sunday.
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday indicated she was open to holding discussions with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on the Darjeeling situation
The 'silent marches' taken out by Maratha Kranti Morcha around Maharashtra to highlight demands like reservation in jobs and education have created ripples in state politics, with major players adopting a "wait and watch" approach to see if the massive mobilisation will eventually assume electoral dimensions.
Jat leaders in Haryana have threatened to resume their quota agitation, which rocked the state last month and claimed 30 lives, if the Manohar Lal Khattar government does not meet their demand by 17 March.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday said his government may set up a judicial commission of inquiry to probe the incidents of violence and arson during the Jat quota agitation.
A sessions court in Ahmedabad on Friday reserved its order on the bail application of Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel.
With the Jat community agitation spreading in Haryana, state authorities have blocked internet services in the affected districts.
Hardik Patel, who is behind the bars in two sedition cases, on Monday said the agitation will be resumed after he is released from jail.
Gajendra Chauhan says he is not ready to leave the FTII chairman position but expressed his willingness to mediate between the students and the government.
After their community leaders in Haryana threatened to revive agitation, Jats in UP have said they will take their protest to every part of the country.
An uneasy calm prevailed in Gujarat on Thursday after two days of violence during the OBC quota stir of Patel community even as death toll rose to 10.
Pressing for 5 percent reservation, Gujjars on Sunday intensified their agitation by blocking highways in parts of Rajasthan.
Congress on Friday organised a sit-in agitation and a morcha to protest the Land Acquisition Bill in Nagpur.