28 Jul 2015
Addis Ababa: US President Barack Obama said that his government would not consider sending troops to Somalia, as he sees regional allies Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda as being highly qualified to lead an anti-terrorism operation on the ground.
28 Jul 2015
New Delhi: As many as 9,303 people belonging to Minority communities were recruited in Central government, public sector undertakings and banks in 2014-15 fiscal, Parliament was informed yesterday.
27 Jul 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today heared plea of Yakub Abdul Razak Memon seeking stay of his scheduled execution on July 30 in 1993 Mumbai blasts case. The hearing will continue tomorrow.
25 Jul 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has refused to entertain a plea of an Islamic organization that Muslim girl applicants be allowed to wear 'hijab' (scarf), a customary religious dress, in the All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) today.
20 Jul 2015
Panaji: Former Goa chief minister Digambar Kamat, who headed the government during the alleged bribery case involving a US firm in 2009, has ruled out involvement of any of his Ministers.
09 Jul 2015
Nagpur: The Indian Army has revamped its website to commence online registration for enrolment of officers and recruitment of Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and other ranks.
18 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Passengers booking tatkal train tickets would not be required to produce identity proof anymore as Railways have decided to discontinue with this provision. The modified provision could come into effect by September 1.
19 May 2015
Patna: The Patna High Court on Monday directed the director of Bihar vigilance department to probe the recruitment of nearly 40,000 government teachers who allegedly used fake degree certificates to get the jobs, a lawyer said.
25 May 2013
In a setback to the previous Prem Kumar Dhumal-led BJP government in the state, the Himachal Pradesh High Court quashed appointments of 480 teachers made in 2011 saying these (appointments) were not in accordance with law.
02 Jul 2015
London: Male tennis players from the United States are almost as rare as hen's teeth at Wimbledon this year, but a hawk native to North and South America definitely rules the roost when it comes to clearing the championship courts of pigeons.