Five bombs were recovered from a house on a main road in Bihar's Nalanda district and two persons arrested today, police sources said.
All security arrangements have been made for smooth conduct of counting of votes tomorrow in Chhattisgarh, which went to polls last month.
Armed Maoists brutally killed mediaperson Sai Reddy on Friday at a weekly market in a forested patch of Chhattisgarh's violence-hit Bijapur district, police officials said.
A minor girl allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison at Bahupura village here, police said today.
A day before the declaration of assembly election results, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said on Saturday that she did not believe in exit polls and surveys.
The political fate of 2,087 candidates will be decided on Sunday when counting for 199 of Rajasthan's 200 assembly seats takes place.
President Pranab Mukherjee today said that the welfare of human beings should be topmost in the minds of youngsters when they go out into the world to join work.
As the family of jailed Mumbai sailor Sunil James waits for him to return to India from Togo in Western Africa to perform the last rites of his 11-month-old son, officials from the Indian mission met him in prison today and pursued the request for his release with senior officials.
Tumelo Mabitle shifted his weight from foot to foot and took a few sturdy jabs at the heavy bag.
Tamil Nadu government has announced a five-day state mourning for former South African president Nelson Mandela who died yesterday.
Diplomacy with Iran must be backed up by US military might, Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel said Saturday in a speech addressed to Gulf allies anxious over a nuclear deal with Tehran.
Adam Bhasikile's day begins at dawn, always in the same way. Flanked by donkeys, she walks to the valley floor, collecting water for the family to cook, clean and bathe from the Mbashe River, which snakes around this hilltop village like a winding moat. It is an unending ritual that Nelson Mandela's mother, who gave birth to the future president here in 1918, almost certainly performed as well.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop defied a stern rebuke from Beijing on Saturday to repeat concerns that China's recently announced air defence zone has increased regional tensions.
Shutdown continued for the second day today in Rayalaseema and coastal regions of Andhra Pradesh against the central government's decision to bifurcate the state by carving out separate Telangana state.
The National Security Agency on Friday said its tracking of cellphones overseas is legally authorized under a sweeping U.S. presidential order.