Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to seek the cooperation of India's neighbours to check extremist violence and adopt an approach of zero tolerance towards terrorism at the two-day SAARC Summit beginning Wednesday in Kathmandu.
A BJP law-maker in Gujarat's Saurashtra region has been caught on camera beating a youth. The youth reportedly had an argument with the security staff of Kanti Amrutya, the MLA from Morbi, on Monday morning after which the politician, who was touring the area, joined in and started beating the youth with a stick.
West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Monday took to the streets of Kolkata to attack the BJP, calling its leaders 'daanga gurus' (riot leaders) and threatening to storm Delhi with her supporters.
More arms and ammunition - this time tucked inside an almira - were found today during the ongoing search at arrested guru Rampal's ashram. The almirah stood right next to the spot where Rampal used to sit and address his followers.
A total of 84 polling parties along with security personnel have been airlifted to polling stations set-up in far-flung and remote mountainous belts of Jammu and Kashmir for the first phase of Assembly polls tomorrow.
In a candid conversation with mid-day's Priti Khuman Thakur and Varun Singh, Jashodaben speaks of the years she has spent without her husband, her yearning to be with him, and her pride at being rightfully recognised for who she is Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wife
The Opposition parties have decided to show a united front in Parliament tomorrow to corner the ruling NDA on the issue of repatriation of black money. The Trinamool Congress and the JD(U) have already given a notice for the suspension of the Question Hour in Rajya Sabha to discuss the black money issue.
India today did not rule out a possible meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Nepal on the margins of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation or SAARC Summit, with the External Affairs Minister saying "wait till tomorrow".