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The government has told the Supreme Court that although it wanted a ban on websites peddling child pornography, it could not play the role of moral police. The apex court is yet to pass a verdict.
High drama ensued in Delhi today as the Delhi police registered a case of trespass against Aam Aadmi Party lawmaker Alka Lamba for walking into a shop in Chandni Chowk with her supporters and shoving the cash machine.
Hari Hara Mishra says that RBI must never cede its position as the final word on monetary policy.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc [XTC.UL] has tied up with Taiwan's Foxconn to start assembling its phones in India.
Escalating his attack on Narendra Modi over his DNA remark, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is launching a campaign, which will involve 50,000 people from Bihar sending their DNA samples to the prime minister in September.
Two years ago, the UPA government had discussed an "offer" from Dawood Ibrahim to return to India and possibly, stand trial for masterminding the 1993 blasts in Bombay.
Google Inc announced a new operating structure on Tuesday by creating a holding company called Alphabet to signal its emphasis on projects beyond Google and search.
AAP-rebel and Swaraj Abhiyan leader, Yogendra Yadav, complained of being beaten up by the police at a farmer's protest outside the Prime Minister's residence.
Weeks after Maggi got a clean chit from a top food lab, the Centre plans a 'class action lawsuit' against the company to recover damages worth Rs 400 crore.
27 judges have been issued notices by the Gujarat High Court for being alloted residential plots by the Gujarat government.
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The government has told the Supreme Court that probing ex CBI boss, Ranjit Sinha, for impropriety during his tenure, was too costly.
The Mumbai Police Monday admitted that detaining 13 couples after raiding hotels in Madh and Marve was "wrong."
Scientists at Hyderabad claim to have discovered a new kind of cooking oil that can nearly halve your calorie consumption.
Prem Shankar Jha says that inflation-control by the Reserve Bank of India is a foolhardy exercise.
Christophe Jafferlot says that Americans view Indians less favourably than from a few years ago.
Sukhadeo Thorat says that higher education in India is in grave need of a review.Suggest a correction