08 Sep 2012
Even before the first things were put in fine print and signed, media in Pakistan on Saturday gave a thumbs-up to the visit of India's External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna visit to Pakistan saying that both countries had reached a milestone.
29 Nov 2011
The Central government’s stand on the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has not just left the Congress in an awkward position in Uttar Pradesh but also given the opportunity to political rivals including the BJP, BSP and SP to target the Centre.
06 Sep 2012
Complaining that education sector in India is "pretty rigid", tech czar Sam Pitroda on Thursday advocated the need for students to take up jobs along with studies, saying one cannot move ahead with a "19th century mindset".
26 Feb 2012
In an endeavor to garner support for the remaining two phase polling, Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on the last day of campaigning for the sixth phase of polls promised pension to old and unemployment allowance to unemployed, if voted to power.
16 Nov 2011
Issuing directives to the Uttar Pradesh ruling dispensation, the Allahabad High Court has asked the state government to release notification for local polls by Wednesday, November 16 2011 and conduct elections within six months.
28 Aug 2012
Finding two top officials missing from a departmental meeting, a fuming UP minister ticked off an officer asking him to shut up and calling him ill-mannered.
01 May 2011
The farmers in Uttar Pradesh are up for difficult times ahead as Haryana has banned purchase of wheat produced in Uttar Pradesh.
08 Sep 2011
Sonia and Rahul Gandhi may be cherishing dreams of success in upcoming Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, but the infighting among the party leaders in the state is all set to derail ‘Mission UP’ of Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi.
21 Aug 2012
Mumbai Police geared up for Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) procession and rally in the city scheduled on Tuesday afternoon, 10 days after a rally by Muslims turned violent and left two dead.
18 Apr 2011
In what can be seen as a reflection of government apathy in Uttar Pradesh, two of its districts-Bahraich and Gonda - having a population of more than 34 lakh, have still to get a single government college.