The National Green Tribunal has directed Delhi's municipal corporations to submit a list of all unauthorised colonies in the city where there is a shortage of toilets and people as a result indulge in open defecation.
Teargas shells, water cannons and a shower of batons turned the streets of Kolkata into a warzone for the second time in a week today as police and protesters clashed during a march called by the BJP to the police headquarters in the Lalbazar area in the heart of the city.
Three Pakistani national, who were staying in Bengaluru under false identities, were arrested today. A man from Kerala was also arrested, who according to the police may have facilitated their entry into India.
On Monday, a wedding in Maharashtra's Nashik featured a state minister, several lawmakers and policemen. Why they are now in big trouble is because the wedding involved the family of terrorist Dawood Ibrahim, India's most wanted.
The Narendra Modi-led Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs today gave in-principle approval for the closure of ITDC's Janpath Hotel in New Delhi. The property "can be considered" for setting up government offices as part of the government's disinvestment policy.
An internal inquiry has been ordered against police officials in Nashik after they reportedly attended the wedding of a woman, whose family is believed to be related to underworld gangster Dawood Ibrahim. City police commissioner Ravindra Singhal has asked for the matter to be investigated.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed the city police and the chief fire engineer to inspect Hauz Khas Village to find out whether emergency service vehicles can enter its lanes in case of an eventuality.
Though at least seven patients have died at the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) during their strike since Tuesday night, junior doctors have now threatened to extend it indefinitely if their demands are not met, officials said on Wednesday.