More CCTVs, cabinet notes on Kindles: What to expect after oil ministry leaks
This will inevitably lead to more ministries being put under CCTV surveillance, particularly all those which have a fair share of public dealing and large financial transactions routinely taking place.
Need for fine balance: After engaging with US, time for Modi govt to deal with China
Now the Modi government is all set to begin a new phase of international diplomacy wherein it gets into some very serious business of real politic as well as strategic diplomacy.
Pak probe links terror boat to Baloch drug cartel, Parrikar says 'evidence shows terror link'
According to Indian Express report, the 25-foot vessel was captained by Yaqboob Baloch, a resident of the Lyari town in Karachi. Baloch is believed to work for Balochistan-based drug cartel of Mir Yakub Bizenjo.
IIT Delhi vs HRD ministry: Mauritius probe, resignation sparks claims of BJP politicking
IIT Delhi Director Raghunath K S Shevgaonkar's resignation, nearly two years ahead of his tenure completion, has triggered a new controversy for the Human Resources Development(HRD) Ministry.
Ghar wapsi in Punjab? RSS converts Christians to Sikhism, raises Akali ire
As the 'Ghar Wapsi' agenda gains momentum, the Hindu right it seems is extending these ceremonies to Sikhism as well and helping Christians become Sikhs again.
Uber's new problem raises safety concerns: All employees don't have access to 'God View'
Online taxi service Uber Technologies Inc has limited employee access to its "God View," a real-time taxi monitoring tool, amid increasing privacy concerns.
Damned by the T-shirt: What led police to Mehdi Biswas, voice behind Twitter handle @ShamiWitness
Mehdi Masroor Biswas, the Bengaluru ITC executive who allegedly ran the pro-ISIS Twitter handle @ShamiWitness, has been arrested by the Bengaluru police. Here's all we know about the case.
Twist in tale: Now witnesses claim Rohtak sisters were not 'molested'
This could possibly scuttle the sexual harassment charges lodged by two Haryana sisters against three youths in Rohtak.
AAP's blueprint for Delhi women: Will the party be able to move beyond tokenism?
The party is now ready with its second part on women issues, which will be officially announced on AAP’s foundation day, November 26.
Talk of Rajinikanth joining the BJP heats up: Will he or won't he?
Expectations of Rajinikanth joining politics is also high this time because the BJP leaders have been making noises to own him and say he's close to Modi.
AAP's 'Delhi dialogue': Not much interaction, just another election rally
The Aam Aadmi Party's 'Delhi Dialogue' on Saturday ended up as Delhi monologue.
Cyclone Hudhud is no Phailin, but panicky coastal Odisha taking no chances
By Wednesday morning, it had become clear that ‘Hudhud’ would make landfall somewhere in north Andhra Pradesh between Gopalpur and Vishakhapatnam
Will he, won't he? Last minute confusion over Amit Shah's Mumbai trip
Fresh confusion has injected new doubt into the health of Maharashtra's Mahayuti alliance, with news reports saying that BJP President Amit Shah has cancelled his visit to Mumbai.
Mission Mars successful, but Mangalyaan must prove its scientific value
But what next for Mangalyaan? What will the Mars Orbiter do, and how soon will it start doing it?
Greater autonomy for Scotland after vote keeps union intact?
Voters in Scotland have rejected independence, but leaders of Britain's three largest parties have promised Scots more autonomy than they have won so far. Here's a look at how things might change:
Fresh plagiarism charges: Is this the end of Fareed Zakaria?
Fareed Zakaria, who is a CNN columnist and host of their foreign affairs show, and has faced plagiarism charges in 2012 and in August this year, has been accused of the same again.
Sheila Dikshit resigns as Governor; will she lead Congress in Delhi again?
Post Sheila Dikshit's resignation, there are reports that the former Delhi Chief Minister could come back to lead the Congress in the state again.
Kaum De Heere release stopped: Film on Indira's killers had sparked protests
Punjabi film Kaum De Heere (Gems of the Community), which is scheduled to release in India on 22 August, has left security agencies in a tizzy.
Life post force-feeding: Does Irom Sharmila have a reason to start eating?
The all important question now is where does Irom Sharmila go from here? What shape does her agitation take from this point? Will she eat now that the court has released her?
Dhoni must stop going around in circles for India to go back to Test No. 1
In the ICC Test rankings that came out on Monday, India has slipped to a lowly fifth.