Private sector should lead 'Digital India': Mohandas Pai

Private sector should take the lead in the 'Digital India' programme as the government does not have the capacity to do it, said Manipal Global Education Service chairman T.V. Mohandas Pai on Thursday.

AAP not an alternative, Congress will bounce back in 4-5 years: Ajay Kumar

The Congress on Thursday said Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will not be an alternative to it and the party is efficient enough to bounce back in the next four-five years' time.

Love Jihad case: Constable suspended, Raqibul Hasan's police remand extended

A constable was suspended on Monday for his involvement in the 'Love Jihad' case.

Road accident: Kin of deceased gets over Rs 58 L compensation

A Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) has awarded over Rs 58 lakh compensation to the family members of a 37-year-old man who died in a road accident due to "negligent driving" by a truck driver.

Arvind stunned by Ajay in qualifying round of India Open

German Open winner, Arvind Bhat, suffered a shock defeat to hitherto-unknown Ajay Kumar K in the qualifying round of the USD 250,000 India Super Series at the Siri Fort Sports Complex on Tuesday.

Four Indian boxers assured of a bronze each in China Open

Four Indians assured themselves of a bronze medal each after reaching semifinals in their respective categories in the 3rd China Open boxing tournament at Guiyang on Thursday.

Three held in Bihar for Delhi-based businessman`s kidnap

Three persons were arrested in Bihar for allegedly kidnapping a Delhi-based businessman and his aide and demanding ransom from his family, police said on Monday.

I am in favour of talks with Maoists: Ajay Kumar

The newly-elected Jamshedpur MP
Ajay Kumar today said he is in favour of talks with Maoists.