Criticising the Modi government, which completes one year in office on May 26, over its "false" promises, Maharashtra Congress on Friday said it would hold protests against the Centre on the day and observe it as 'punyatithi' (death anniversary) of 'achhe din'.
Delhi BJP on Friday came down heavily on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and alleged that he was creating new controversies and preparing to again "run away" from his responsibilities on the "pretext" of constitutional crisis in the national capital.
In the second security scare for Rajnath Singh at a CRPF building in Delhi, the Union Home Minister had to spend anxious minutes in a dark hall on Friday as the power of the building, where he had gone to attend a BSF function, tripped just before his arrival.
Breaking his silence, Chairman of IIT Bombay's Board of Governors Anil Kakodkar on Friday said he had resigned because he did not want to be part of the selection process of IIT directors which was "too casual" and like "running a lottery".
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who steered her Trinamool Congress to power in West Bengal four years ago winning a massive mandate, today hoped the next government would also be formed by her party.
Maharashtra BJP unit has convened a national executive meeting in Kolhapur starting tomorrow, where the party is expected to lay out a roadmap to address issues within the party and the state government.
Pitching for removal of superiority of one parent over the other, the Law Commission today recommended joint custody of minors to both the parents in case of a divorce, saying Indian custody laws must change with times.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu on his re-election to the position and expressed confidence that the two countries will expand their cooperation to new areas, particularly in the hi-tech sector.