01 Dec 2015
Dibrugarh: ULFA(I) militants indiscriminately fired upon workers of a stone crusher unit at Namrup in Dibrugarh district, leaving two persons seriously injured. Police said today that five gunmen with their faces covered came to the stone crusher unit in Namrup last night and started firing on the workers, most of whom were Hindi-speaking people.
30 Nov 2015
Lucknow: Power sector employees, engineers and contract workers would go on a one-day nationwide strike on December 8 against Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2014.
26 Nov 2015
Jaipur: VHP activists today allegedly smeared grease on the faces of two Ajmer municipal officers while protesting over death of five cows due to lack of care at a corporation-run cow ranch here.
25 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Scores of Aam Aadmi Party workers today held protest outside the house of BJP MLA Om Prakash Sharma in Karkardoma area over his alleged derogatory remarks against AAP MLA Alka Lamba, demanding permanent suspension of the lawmaker from Delhi Assembly.
20 Nov 2015
New York: If you work in shifts, you are more prone to heart ailments and diabetes as compared to people who work in regular daytime shifts, says a new study.
17 Nov 2015
Mumbai: In a move to facilitate better living conditions to the labour class, the Maharashtra government has made it mandatory for construction workers to register themselves with gram panchayats.
08 Nov 2015
Patna: Celebrations broke out at the BJP office here as initial vote count trends today showed BJP-led NDA was leading. The JD-U and RJD offices wore a deserted look.
31 Oct 2015
New York: A large number of Facebook employees are shunning their iPhones and switching to Android devices. And they are doing it - not necessarily willingly - under strict instructions from chief product officer Chris Cox!
30 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today rejected claims that the Delhi government owes money to the civic bodies and instead asked the DDA, which comes under the Centre, to release Rs 1,500 crore as property tax to the MCDs.
09 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Congress workers feel that time has come for Rahul Gandhi to take over as Congresspresident in the wake of its improved showing in the Bihar polls, party General Secretary C P Joshi said today.