13 Oct 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today termed as a 'mistake' on technical grounds an order extending interim protection from arrest granted to Teesta Setalvad and her husband, indicating that the relief was granted by a two-judge bench earlier instead of three.
03 Apr 2014
New Delhi: In a major relief to parents, the Delhi High Court has lifted its stay on nursery admissions and ordered its resumption with certain directions, including kids selected in draw of lots under neighbourhood criteria will get admission.
10 Oct 2015
Kanpur: Notwithstanding criticism for making Ajinkya Rahane warm benches, Indian skipper MS Dhoni today hinted that the talented batsman may not feature in the playing eleven for the first ODI against South Africa as he fits into the setup only in the 'top three' batting slots.
06 Oct 2015
Mumbai: A Mumbai court today reserved its order till tomorrow on a CBI plea seeking permission to interrogate in jail former media magnate Indrani Mukerjea and two other accused in the Sheena Bora murder case.
06 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon group today said it has won a repeat turnkey order for 100.8 mega watt (MW) from Orange Renewable which will be installed at a wind park in Andhra Pradesh.
07 Oct 2015
Kishanganj (Bihar): Controversial All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) legislator Akbaruddin Owaisi faces arrest in connection with a case registered against him for allegedly making an inflammatory speech at an election rally here.
07 Oct 2015
Srinagar: The Congress members sitting in opposition today walked out of the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly during its on-going session after the speaker turned down the party's adjournment motion to discuss law and order situation.
01 Oct 2015
Washington: The governor of the US state of Oklahoma has issued a last-minute stay of execution of an inmate convicted of ordering a murder, amid questions over one of the lethal injection drugs.
29 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Television actor Gajendra Chauhan, viewed as close to the BJP, will remain as chairperson of the premier Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), and to placate protesting students, the government is planning to install a co-chairperson of the institute, sources said.
21 Sep 2015
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today refused to grant interim stay on ban on slaughter of bulls and sale of their meat during the Muslim festival of Bakri Eid.