Aaliya Siddiqui's lawyer said the allegations against Nawazuddin Siddiqui as well as his family members are "quite serious"
Infrastructure company Larsen & Tourbro on Friday said its buildings and factories business has bagged significant orders worth up to Rs 2,500 crore from domestic clients
Coronavirus Outbreak: Circus companies stare at losses, uncertainty with lockdown; trapeze artistes, clowns may soon be jobless
Circus companies across West Bengal have been out of business since early March when the scare over the pandemic started gaining ground.
IRCTC's Tatkal bookings hit after website, app shut for maintenance; passengers take to Twitter with complaints
Passengers were enraged over the way then IRCTC selected the time for maintenance of its website and app as it was the peak time for booking Tatkal tickets.
The Gurugram-based over six-decade old Air Works provides maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to airlines, business jets and chopper operators through its 17 facilities in India and abroad.
Partners in live-in relationships in India can hope for better rights, if earlier verdicts are anything to go by
The Supreme Court currently examining a case to determine whether a live-in relationship can be treated as a de-facto marriage and whether a man can be held liable to pay his partner maintenance if the relationship ends because of refusal to marry.
Some 120 flights were cancelled and many more rescheduled due to a two-day closure of the Mumbai International Airport runway starting Monday.
Four out of ten trains in the country are being delayed not because of fog, vagaries of nature or accidents, but because of railways' large scale repair work, according to official data.
Triple talaq Bill is flawed in its present form; Rajya Sabha must amend it or send it to the dustbin
In its current form, the triple talaq Bill is designed to keep the issue alive for electoral and political purposes. It is definitely not a reform in Muslim family law.
Opponents of triple talaq bill are peddling false narratives; both judiciary and legislature can initiate reform
Any bill which brings criminal sanction must be satisfactorily deliberated in the legislature but the bill's opponents have squandered this opportunity.
Winter Session of Parliament to see 40 bills: Surrogacy, rights for divorced Muslim women and consumers on agenda
The Winter Session of the Parliament is set for a stormy session ahead with the government hoping to pass 40 key bills on corruption, surrogacy and citizenship based on religion among others
Deepak Tijori has alleged that his marriage with wife Shivani stands null and void as she is not his legal wife.
Nissan Motor Co will make its first major foray into internet-connected cars by offering an option in some new vehicles that will use big data technology to notify drivers when vehicle maintenance is required.
Two U.S. astronauts sailed through a seven-hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Thursday to pack up a spare cooling radiator and tackle other maintenance, a NASA TV broadcast showed.
Getting a divorce in India is probably one of the longest processes, and claiming maintenance after that is even more difficult. Even if the wife finally manages to get maintenance, the amounts are mostly minimal.
The SC said women in these cases deserve protection, but the Domestic Violence Act does not take care of such relationships.
Three strategies to free up unnecessary costs to fund innovation and new projects.
Version 5.2 expands the centralised graphical planning board, providing planners with full visibility into materials, man-power, tools and ground time constraints.