Guru Gobind Singh epitomised ultimate courage: PM Modi

On the occasion of the birth anniversary celebrations of the tenth Sikh Guru, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday paid tributes to Guru Gobind Singh saying his life and ideals inspire eternally.

Sushma arrives in Seoul for India-Korea joint commission meeting

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj arrived in Seoul today on a two-day visit to South Korea to attend the eighth India-South Korea joint commission meeting.

Congress marks 130th Foundation Day, Rahul Gandhi gives it a miss
Congress marks 130th Foundation Day, Rahul Gandhi gives it a miss

Congress on Sunday celebrated its 130th Foundation Day which comes in the backdrop of the party's sliding base and its disastrous electoral performance this year.

PM Modi wishes Arun Jaitley on birthday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday wished Finance Minister Arun Jaitley a "long life filled with good health" on his 62nd birthday.

Delhi records season's lowest, dense fog hits flights
Delhi records season's lowest, dense fog hits flights

 Delhi on Sunday recorded the lowest temperature of the season with the mercury dipping to 2.6 degrees Celsius, five notches below normal, with dense fog affecting 55 flights and about 70 trains.

In last 6 yrs, floods claimed 14,000 lives, caused damage of Rs 1 lakh crore: Parl Panel report

Floods in the last six years have claimed around 14,000 lives and also caused damages to the tune of Rs 1,03,841 crore to crops, cattle and public utilities, a Parliamentary Panel report said.

Bone-chilling cold adds to patients' woes outside AIIMS

 Critically ill cancer patients from across the country are among the hundreds of people who are forced to take shelter outside the premises of the AIIMS in Delhi's bone-chilling cold, as the minimum temperature in the national capital on Saturday plunged to 4.8 degrees Celsius, the second lowest temperature of the season.

Delhi: Man gets 1 yr jail for kidnapping minor, freed of rape charge

A Delhi court has sentenced a man to one year in jail for kidnapping a two-year-old girl here but acquitted him of the charges of rape and sexual assault, saying the child was not a competent witness because of her young age and her mother had turned hostile.

16 states ratify Judicial Appointments Commission Bill

Sixteen states have ratified a constitutional amendment bill which seeks to scrap the collegium system of judges appointing judges, bringing the government a step closer to put in place a new mechanism of appointments in the higher judiciary.

Assam attacks: BJP accuses Gogoi govt of 'callous' approach towards terror

BJP on Saturday accused the Congress government in Assam of adopting a "callous" approach towards terror and questioned Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi for "ignoring" intelligence inputs to prevent violence that has left 75 persons dead.

Zee Media Special: Reality of Delhi's night shelters

Zee Media brings you the reality of Delhi's night shelters. Watch if the poor, homeless people of Delhi even aware of such facilities? Are the people at the night shelter getting the facilities directed by Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung?

Man throws stone at Arvind Kejriwal at South Delhi rally, AAP leader unhurt

Former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal escaped unhurt after a stone was hurled at him during Aam Aadmi Party's rally at Tigdi in South Delhi area on Saturday.

BJYU launches four-day special drive to enrol women in BJP

Launching a four-day special membership drive to enrol women in party across the country, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYU) national president Anurag Thakur today said that women should join politics so that they can play an important role in the development of country.

Wing Commander's family looted on Yamuna Expressway

Family of an Air Force officer was allegedly looted by some armed men on Yamuna Expressway when they were on their way to Agra from Delhi, police said on Saturday.

Daughter of senior Air India executive travels in bunk meant for pilots

In an alleged violation of aviation safety norms, a daughter of a senior Air India executive travelled in the bunk which is only meant for resting of flight crew members as per the DGCA norms, during one of the airline's flight to Newark recently.

Assam Police had just 2 hours to respond on possible attack by NDFB

Authorities in Sonitpur, the district which was worst-hit by the violence perpetrated by NDFB(S), had a little over two hours to respond after an intelligence intercept suggested an imminent attack on Adivasi tribals by the Bodo militant group.

Cut in health budget will be shocking: Ghulam Nabi Azad

Citing huge investments done by the UPA government in health care sector, former Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Friday said any move towards slashing its budgetary allocation will be shocking.

Further disciplinary action against Devyani Khobragade likely

New Delhi: The External Affairs Ministry Friday did not rule out any further disciplinary action against senior diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who had hit the headlines last year after being arrested in the US in a visa fraud case.

Govt stalled Parliament as PM acted like 'Dhritarashtra': Azad

New Delhi: Blaming NDA government for stalling Parliament, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad Friday equated Prime Minister Narendra Modi with 'Dhritarashtra' saying there was his "silent support" on contentious issues like conversions that disrupted the two Houses.

On 10th anniv, IAF officer releases book on Tsunami tales

New Delhi: A decade after tsunami struck the eastern coast of the country killing thousands, an Indian Air Force officer today published a book chronicling the despair and heroism that the force's personnel faced while tackling the wrath of the sea.