Indian roads have proved to be giant killers demanding immediate remedial action, the Supreme Court said and appointed a three-member committee to monitor steps taken by the Centre and state governments to ensure road safety and to curb growing number of accidents.
Campaigning in Mumbai and for the nineteen seats in Maharashtra that goes to polls in the third and final phase of voting in the state has come to an end.
Around 75 professors and other academics of Indian origin working at some of Britain's prestigious institutions such as Cambridge and Oxford universities and London School of Economics today issued an open letter, sharply attacking Narendra Modi and saying, "The idea of Modi in power fills us with dread".
Visitors to France should be allowed to shop till they drop seven days a week, the country's foreign minister said on Tuesday, weighing into a fierce debate over restrictions on Sunday trading.
The maverick founder of Russia's top social network, Pavel Durov, said on Tuesday he had fled the country after selling his share in the company under pressure from the security services.