Class 12 results: Cheating cases drop in Delhi

The CBSE class 12 results 2015 declared for all regions here on Monday show a drop in the number of cheating cases in Delhi, authorities said.

PM Narendra Modi congratulates CBSE Class XII students, conveys his best wishes
PM Narendra Modi congratulates CBSE Class XII students, conveys his best wishes

Hours after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results for class XII examination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday congratulated the students passing the exam.

More research needed in nano-technology: Experts

Experts from various fields of medicine on Saturday spoke on the need for more research in areas of nano-technology and integration between the various systems of medicine.

Shashi Tharoor attacks media accusing it of being 'self-appointed liars and scum'

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday attacked the media accusing it of being "self-appointed liars and scum."

UDF starts campaign rallies in Kerala

Seeking to set aside their differences on various issues, Congress led ruling UDF today kick started a massive campaign across Kerala mainly to highlight government's achievements in the last four years with a call to work unitedly to return to power in the Assembly polls next year.

The Kerala UDF is 'united' again

If there appeared to be "dark clouds" on the horizon on the eve of the four-year-old Oommen Chandy government in Kerala, better sense appeared to have prevailed as all differences of opinion within the Congress party and amongst allies have been settled.

BJP chief Amit Shah to address workers in Kerala Tuesday

As part of preparations for Kerala where civic polls and assembly elections, BJP President Amit Shah will have a brainstorming session with his party workers and sympathisers here Tuesday.

UDF will retain power: Kerala CM

On the eve of his government completing four years in office, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said he was confident the people would again repose confidence in the United Democratic Front (UDF) administration when assembly elections are held next year.

Over five lakh candidates for 1,500 Kerala government vacancies

Some 5,17,633 candidates will write an exam conducted by the Kerala Public Service Commission at 2,121 centres across the state on Saturday.

Sunanda death probe: Tharoor says he will co-operate with investigation

Former Union Minister and Congress MP Shashi Tharoor said on Friday he would cooperate "100 per cent" in the investigation into the death of his wife Sunanda Pushkar.

UDF candidate's defeat in Palakkad LS seat: Report given to CM

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy was on Saturday handed over a report of a panel that looked into the reasons for the defeat of UDF candidate and JD(U) state president M P Veerendra Kumar in Palakkad in the last Lok Sabha polls.

Railways cancels, diverts trains following derailment in Kerala

Railways on Sunday announced cancellation and diversion of some trains on the Konkan route following derailment of 10 coaches of Lokmanya Tilak-Ernakulam Duronto Express near Sarzora Tunnel between Madgaona nd Balli stations in Karwar region.

Vigilance to hold quick verification probe against Babu, visit Mani compound

The Vigilance and Anti Corruption Bureau on Wednesday decided to hold a quick verification probe against Excise minister K Babu, facing bribery charges in the bar scam, even as probe officials visited the compound of the residence of Finance Minister KM Mani, who is also under a cloud.

Vigilance collects evidence from compound of Mani's residence

Vigilance and Anti- Corruption Bureau officials, probing the bar scam, have taken evidence from the compound of the official residence of State Finance Minister K M Mani, who is facing bribery charges.

Oomen Chandy rejects reports of leadership change in KPCC

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today dismissed reports relating to demand for leadership change in Kerala from a section of Congress workers. "It is all your (media) creation," Chandy told reporters after a cabinet meeting here.

CPI(M) MLA apologises for insensitive remark on disabled

A senior CPI(M) MLA has tendered an apology for his remarks against differently-abled persons, which triggered a massive row across the state.

Misuse of social media with photos of children comes to light

Police are probing a case of misuse of social media after a complaint was registered with them against a Facebook page which had photographs of children with "vulgar and sexually explicit" comments on it, a Cyber Cell official said today.

Vayalar Ravi re-elected to Rajya Sabha

On expected lines, two UDF candidates, including former Union minister Vayalar Ravi and an Opposition LDF nominee were elected to the Rajya Sabha from Kerala in the polls held on Monday.

Mass contact programme an effort to resolve problems: Chandy

The third edition of much popular Mass Contact Programme (MCP) of Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy began here today with the Congress leader asserting that the programme was a coordinated effort of government officials and elected representatives to resolve problems faced by the people.

Shashi Tharoor hails Barack Obama for profile on PM Modi

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, removed as party spokesperson after he praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year, on Friday lauded US President Barack Obama for the profile he wrote on Modi in the "Time" magazine.