In a final effort to save its alliance with long-time ally BJP, the Shiv Sena today proposed yet another seat sharing formula for the Maharashtra polls, saying it was ready to contest from 151 seats, four seats short of its earlier demand of 155.
Right To Information or RTI applicants must give reasons for seeking information, the Madras High Court has said, while giving relief to its Registry from disclosing file notings on a complaint against a Chief Metropolitan Magistrate.
People under preventive detention have the right to vote, the Election Commission or EC has said ahead of Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana, and warned that there should be "no ground" for any grievance due to non-compliance of the directive.
Soon you can order meals of your taste through SMS while travelling on a train as the Indian Railways is launching a mobile phone-based service in a move to offer multiple catering options to passengers.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Mayank Gandhi, along with five others, have been booked on charges of abetting sexual harassment after a 21-year-old female party volunteer filed a criminal complaint against them in Mumbai, police said today.
India's first transgender television news anchor Padmini Prakash is making waves in Tamil Nadu. 34-year-old Padmini presents a prime time show on Lotus News, a Tamil satellite news channel broadcast from Coimbatore.
It's battles of allies as Maharashtra Assembly elections near. Shiv Sena and BJP have already been squabbling over seat sharing for next month's assembly election, and now the Congress and NCP combine - which has ruled the state together since 1999 - has also followed suit.
The BJP has rejected the final offer made by partner Shiv Sena on seat sharing for the Maharashtra elections now only 24 days away. Sources had said that Sena wants to contest 155 of the 288 seats in the assembly and suggested that the BJP contest 125, ten less than it has reportedly demanded.
The Dalai Lama brought religious leaders together on Saturday to mull some of India's most pressing problems, from gender violence to widespread poverty, while praising the country's religious harmony as proof to the world that different communities can live peacefully together.
India today termed as "far from reality" comment of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari that his party will get back entire Kashmir from it and asserted the integrity and unity of the country was "non-negotiable".