01 Jan 2012
Turning heat on its alliance partner in Bengal, the Congress has given seven-day ultimatum to Mamata Banerjee government to take back the move of renaming Indira Bhavan at Salt Lake as Nazrul Bhavan.
13 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Known as the Millennium City, Gurgoan has been renamed as Gurugram by Haryana government while Mewat has been renamed Nuh. During recent years, changing the names of places has become a trend.
17 Aug 2016
Mumbai: An underground British era bunker measuring 150-meter in length which had been closed for several decades was discovered by Maharashtra Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao inside the Raj Bhavan complex at Malabar Hill.
25 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The phase II of Rashtrapati Bhavan museum, which will cater the visitor with hi-tech storytelling experience through virtual reality and multi-screen projection, will open for public from October 2. The museum will be inaugurated today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to mark the completion of four years of President Pranab Mukherjee as the Head of State.
19 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The Centre today assured that it would speak to Maharashtra government to get the demolished Ambedkar Bhavan at Dadar in Mumbai restored as a memorial.
21 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Salim Khan on Wednesday lashed out at Nawaz Sharif, saying that when no one in Pakistan listens to their PM would anyone in the international fora heed his complaints about India.
12 May 2016
New Delhi: Late Indira Gandhi wanted her younger daughter-in-law to help her in politics after the death of Sanjay but Maneka was in the company of people who were antagonistic to Rajiv.
03 Feb 2016
Greater Noida: Tata Motors today said it will rename its soon-to-be launched hatchback 'Zica' in the next few weeks in view of the outbreak of Zika virus that has caused hardships across many nations.
03 Feb 2016
Mumbai: Automobile major Tata Motors yesterday announced that it has decided to rename its soon-to-be launched hatchback Zica, the name of which was derived from 'Zippy Car', but is similar to the 'Zika' virus that has assumed epidemic proportions in South America.
18 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Return journey for a Kashmiri girl, a medical student in Bangladesh, turned horrible as she was detained at the Indira Gandhi Airport here yesterday after security staff saw "carrying bomb" written on her check-in luggage.