01 Oct 2015
Pune: Virender Sehwag today started the Ranji Trophy season for his new state Haryana in right earnest as his sparkling 92 set the foundation of a decent score of 303 for six at stumps against hosts Maharashtra, here today.
10 May 2012
At least 90 people, including women, were rescued from an NGO running child and women's protection houses and its operator arrested for alleged sexual exploitation of some of the inmates.
25 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The CBI has moved the Supreme Court seeking custodial interrogation of social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband, charging them with failing to cooperate in the probe in a case of alleged FCRA violation by misusing foreign funds received by them and posing a threat to communal harmony.
25 Sep 2015
Chandigarh: The Congress today slammed the Manohar Lal Khattar-led BJP government in Haryana by describing it as 'inexperinced' due to which people are facing 'inconvenience'.
22 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The ongoing Panchayat elections in Haryana were put on hold today as the state government asked the Supreme Court to decide whether there could be an educational qualification as an eligibility criteria for the candidates aspiring to contest the elections.
17 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Facing a fresh controversy, Greenpeace India today claimed that it has "ended" the employment of two of its employees - one allegedly involved in cases of rape of a woman employee of the organisation and the other accused of several cases of sexual harassment.
16 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Environment rights NGO Greenpeace India's trouble may get deepened as an ex-staffer has gone public with allegations of rape and sexual harassment by her colleagues.
18 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today agreed to hear on Monday the plea on which it had stayed the operation of recent changes in Haryana election laws that have made certain educational qualifications compulsory for contesting Panchayat polls.
17 Sep 2015
New Delhi: In a setback for the Manohar Lal Khattar government in Haryana, the Supreme Court today stayed the state law providing that a candidate aspiring to contest the panchayat elections should have cleared the class 10 examination.
25 Jun 2015
New Delhi: A top executive of Greenpeace India has resigned following an internal review by the NGO of its handling of two prior sexual harassment cases. Executive Director of Greenpeace India, Samit Aich, offered his resignation to the Greenpeace India Board, which accepted it yesterday, the NGO said, adding that a Programme Director, Divya Raghunandan, too, has quit.