Road roller kills two women labourers

 Two women labourers -- migrants from the drought-hit Marathwada -- were crushed under the wheels of a road-roller while resting under its shade at Talegaon industrial area, 40 km from here, today.

HC asks Raj govt & Centre to file response to PIL on child death

The Rajasthan High Court has asked State and Central government to file its response to a PIL over death of 12 children in a state-run child home for mentally retarded here.

Not CM candidate, Rahul Gandhi to lead party across the country: Congress

Not CM candidate, Rahul Gandhi to lead party across the country: Congress

Congress on Tuesday virtually dismissed reports that Rahul Gandhi would be projected as the party's CM candidate in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh, stating that he is the leader of Congress all over the country.

Marine Salvatore​ Girone will be home 'in a few weeks', says Italian minister

Marine Salvatore​ Girone will be home 'in a few weeks', says Italian minister

Italy and India dispute jurisdiction over the drawn-out case and an arbitration verdict is not expected before August 2018 at the earliest.

Nirbhaya-like rape in Kerala: NHRC issues notice to state govt

Nirbhaya-like rape in Kerala: NHRC issues notice to state govt

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday took suo moto congnizance of media reports of rape and murder of a law student in Ernakulam and issued a notice to Kerala government. 

Sanjay Dutt rejects speculation on joining BJP, says 'attended the event for my friend'

Sanjay Dutt rejects speculation on joining BJP, says 'attended the event for my friend'

Actor Sanjay Dutt on Tuesday clarified speculations about him joining the saffron party and said that he attended a BJP event only to cheer up his friend Mohit Kamboj.

Tibet govt-in-exile in Dharamsala unpopular among Tibetans: China

China Tuesday called the Dharamsala-based Tibetan government-in-exile "unpopular" in Tibet and its recent election for the post of Prime Minister a "political farce" as no country has recognised it in the world.

Telangana, Kerala in grip of heat wave; Banda sizzles at 47.2 deg C

Telangana, Kerala in grip of heat wave; Banda sizzles at 47.2 deg C

Fifteen places in Odisha posted temperature above 40 degrees Celsius.

Italy must return marine if India's jurisdiction is proved: UN

Italy must return marine if India's jurisdiction is proved: UN

Italy will have to return its marine Salvatore Girone, held in India on murder charges, in case the court finds Indian jurisdiction over the case, the UN tribunal said today.

Seven photos that prove Murali Vijay is the most down-to-earth Indian cricketer

Seven photos that prove Murali Vijay is the most down-to-earth Indian cricketer

At times it becomes extremely hard for these much-loved players to lead a normal life due to fan frenzy.

India rejects USCIRF report on intolerance, says Constitution guarantees right to freedom of religion

India rejects USCIRF report on intolerance, says Constitution guarantees right to freedom of religion

Reacting strongly to US Commission for International Religious Freedom report, India on Tuesday said, USCIRF once again failed to show proper understanding of India, its Constitution and society.

UN tribunal's order on Italain marines affirms SC's authority: Govt

Government on Tuesday asserted in Lok Sabha that the UN arbitration tribunal's order allowing a murder-accused Italian marine to return home from India pending its proceedings has "affirmed" the Supreme Court's authority and not questioned it.

Not angry at India, China or Japan, but at incompetent US leaders: Donald Trump

Latest polls show that Donald Trump is leading by 15 points against his nearest GOP rival Senator Ted Cruz from Texas.

Delhi, Jammu, Shimla see hottest day of season; Telangana toll 178

Delhi, Jammu, Shimla see hottest day of season; Telangana toll 178

The mercury is expected to keep rising in UP over the next few days but people in Delhi and J&K and tourist destinations of Himachal Pradesh can expect some relief from the heat, the weather office said.

Cong accuses PM Modi of doctoring birth details, education info; threatens to expose facts

Cong accuses PM Modi of doctoring birth details, education info; threatens to expose facts

Opposition Congress on Monday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of doctoring his birth details and educational qualifications while threatening to reveal the facts on Tuesday.

Nobody came to help while I screamed, says victim of Bengaluru kidnapping case

Nobody came to help while I screamed, says victim of Bengaluru kidnapping case

A 25-year-old girl was apparently dragged, abducted and molested in full public view outside her paying guest accommodation in Bengaluru, has made shocking revelations to ANI. 

Bengaluru tops online learning in India: Coursera

Computer science and data science courses are more popular in the country than in any of the other ten highest enrollment countries on the website.

South Korea warns of citizens' potential abduction by North

South Korea said on Monday it was on guard for the possibility North Korea may try to snatch its citizens abroad or conduct terrorist acts after the North accused it of abducting North Korean workers from a restaurant in China.

Enrica Lexie case: Italy cites UN tribunal ruling, seeks Italian marine's release; India differs

Enrica Lexie case: Italy cites UN tribunal ruling, seeks Italian marine's release; India differs

The government said on Monday that Italy was misrepresenting the UN arbitration tribunal order in the Italian marine case.

Italy cites UN arbitration court, says India should release Italian marine

Italy cites UN arbitration court, says India should release Italian marine

A UN arbitration court has ruled that India should release an Italian marine, who has been detained in Delhi for more than four years, and allow him to return home, the Italian foreign ministry said on Monday.