A Special Investigation Team of Delhi Police has arrested a teacher, a clerk and a support staff of a private school in Himachal Pradesh on charges of leaking the CBSE Class 12 Economics paper.
Actor Salman Khan was granted bail by a district and sessions court in Jodhpur on Saturday in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case in which he was sentenced to five years in jail on Thursday.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) continued questioning Rajiv Kocchar, brother-in-law of ICICI Bank MD and CEO Chanda Kochhar, for the third consecutive day in connection with a case relating to Rs 3,250 crore loan to the Videocon Group in 2012.
After months of stress in ties, India and Nepal agreed to crank-up cooperation in connectivity, trade, agriculture and border security as Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave an assurance that New Delhi remains committed to strengthening the partnership as per Nepal's priorities.
In the 93 years since the formation of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and 67 years of the Jan Sangh-BJP, Muslims were their sole targets. The Dalits were largely ignored because, till recently, they were not assertive enough to annoy the saffron brigade.
The sudden desperation of the party with a difference is showing what with its chief and Modi’s charioteer Amit Shah spoke the language which obviously he is comfortable with. Seldom has the president of a national party in history has chosen to allude to his political adversaries as dogs, cats, snakes and other animals. Is it his Animal Farm moment?
Nearly a week after an arrest warrant was issued against Union Minister Ashwini Choubey's son Arijit Shashwat, accused of inciting communal violence in Bihar's Bhagalpur district, Bihar Police has failed to arrest him.
Senior Congress leader Ashok Gehlot has been appointed General Secretary in charge of organisation and training at the AICC, virtually dimming his chances of becoming Chief Minister if the party wins the Assembly elections in Rajasthan this year end.
Parts of Raniganj in West Bengal's Paschim Burdwan district that remained tense for most of this week following clashes over Ram Navami rallies limped back to normalcy even as large number of police and para-military forces continued to be deployed in the area to prevent any breach of peace. Meanwhile, communal tension gripped Bihar's Nawada town on Friday after a religious idol was found damaged.
A Dalit man was killed in Gujarat's Bhavnagar district by some higher-caste persons for keeping and riding a horse.