04 Apr 2015
Hyderabad: Two gang members, who killed two policemen and injured three others this week after opening fire on them in Nalgonda district of Telangana, and a constable were killed in an encounter on Saturday.
04 Apr 2015
Hyderabad: Two armed gangsters, who were on the run after killing two policemen and injuring three others on April 2 in Nalgonda district of Telangana were shot dead on Saturday in an encounter even as a constable lost his life in the gunfight, police said.
21 Apr 2014
Hardoi (UP): Continuing his tirade against the Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Monday accused the grand old party of mocking the poor.
21 Apr 2014
Lucknow: In his most extensive programme in a single day, Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi will address rallies in Hardoi, Etah, Hathras, Firozabad and Mathura on Monday. Modi will be campaigning for Bollywood actress and party candidate from Mathura Hema Malini, among others.
22 Apr 2015
Shillong: Five policemen were injured in a bomb blast triggered by the militants in Meghalaya late Tuesday night, police said on Wednesday.
19 Jan 2015
Rourkela: Apprehending threat to lives from ultras, four ex-Maoists ton Monday surrendered before police at Bonai in Odisha's Sundargarh district.
02 Apr 2015
Hyderabad: Two policemen were killed on Thursday and as many injured after an unidentified person opened fire on them while they were questioning passengers during checking of vehicles in Nalgonda district of Telangana in the wee hours.
23 Feb 2015
Berhampur: As many as 34 brick kiln workers, including 15 women were rescued by labour officials in Ganjam district for the alleged inhumane treatment meted out to them, official sources said on Monday.
09 May 2015
Dantewada: The first Prime Minister to visit this Maoist hotbed in three decades, Narendra Modi on Saturday asked Naxals to abjure gun and allow peace so that the macabre drama of death will end to pave the way for development.
29 Nov 2014
Patna: Lack of a detailed crowd management plan, poor civic amenities besides absence of district magistrates from duty were some reasons cited by the Bihar Government probe panel for the October 3 stampede in the state capital in which 33 people were killed.