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RK Pachauri has approached a Delhi court for permission to travel abroad as TERI DG, despite pending charges of sexual harassment.
A curated selection of hypothetical memes to highlight Modi's UAE trip.
15 years down, a girl, who won a contest organised by Coco Cola that offered a date with Bollywood star, Hrithik Roshan, as a prize but never complied, has got a local court to summon the company.
Zee Media Corporation Limited (ZMCL) is all set to enter English news broadcasting and has hired television journalist Rohit Gandhi as editor-in-chief for the new venture.
Anubhuti Krishna describes valuable lessons she learnt from being a fan of Gulzar.
Police in Pune arrested 15 students of the premier Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) late on Tuesday, on charges of unlawful assembly, rioting, wrongful restraint and criminal intimidation.
A khap panchayat in Uttar Pradesh has issued a diktat that a Dalit woman and her sister be raped and paraded naked in their village. This, according to the khap, was punishment for their brother eloping with a married girl from the Jat community.
Delhi is officially the 'rape capital' of India.
Preity Zinta, co-owner of IPL team Punjab Kings XI, suspects some of her team's players of foul play.
Almost 80% of the income of five national political parties comes from unknown sources, election watchdog Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has said.
Off The Front Page
The heads of 14 small Pacific nations have got Modi to change the venue of a forthcoming summit in India because they wanted to combine 'business and sightseeing.'
An audit report reveals that of the 450 personnel of the Mumbai police marine unit manning the city’s coastline, 230 don’t know how to swim.
An MP's son complained of being robbed at knife-point by a woman from an escort agency.
The Punjab prisons department has hired the Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Ahmedabad to prepare a blue print for modernising the state's prisons.
Criticizing the court's view of banning the Jain practice of Santhara, Pratap Bhanu Mehta accuses the judiciary of colonizing the meaning of 'life and death.'
Sanjiv Shankaran says that Modi's special package for Bihar is a political gimmick.
Jayadeva Uyangoda says that the Sri Lanka elections reflect the erosion of Rajapaksa's political capital.