Parliamentary Panel to Examine Merger of General Budget With Railways With the Cabinet's approving the merger of Railway Budget with General Budget, the parliamentary panel on finance has decided to 'examine' the move along with its "ramifications thereof".
Drunk School Bus Drivers Shock Parents in Bengaluru You rush your child to the school-bus, get her in, wave a good-bye and watch the vehicle till it disappears into the traffic. The bus usually has a couple of teachers in it and an assistant. You assure yourself that it will all be fine, and get on with your day. After...
CBI Wants Customs to Display Anti-Corruption Officers Info All Customs, Central Excise and Enforcement Directorate's offices across the country have been asked by the CBI to prominently display phone numbers of anti-corruption officers to check bribery and harassment of citizens. All Customs, Central Excise and Enforcement Directorate's offices across the country have been asked by the CBI to prominently display phone...
NTPC Case: Court Pulls up CBI for being lax The Central Bureau of Intelligence (CBI) director has been asked to supervise further probe in a case of payment of alleged kickbacks by a Russian firm for Rs 2,066-crore NTPC contract by a court which pulled up the agency for not investigating it properly.
Amit Shah Pays Tribute to Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay He thanked and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi too, who was present at the meet.
Pregnant Dalit Woman Beaten-up in Gujarat, 6 Accused Arrested "They abused me and thrashed me before entering my house and beat my pregnant wife Sangita on the abdomen and all over her person with sticks," Ranavasia alleged in his complaint.
Swaraj Swaraj Arrives in New York for UNGA Address Tomorrow External Affairs Minister of India Sushma Swaraj arrived here to address the 71st session of the UN General Assembly, with all eyes and ears set on her speech on Monday which is expected to give a stinging response to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's "tirade" on Kashmir.
Pregnant Dalit Woman, Family Beaten Up For Not Disposing Cow Carcass A Dalit family, including a pregnant woman, was allegedly assaulted at Karja village in Gujarat's Banaskantha district after the members refused to dispose off a cow carcass, police said on Saturday.
Day Not Far When People of Pakistan Will Battle Their Rulers: Prime Minister Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the day is not far off when the Pakistani people will wage a battle against their rulers and against terrorism.