In a rare occurrence, a woman has delivered a baby girl with three legs at a hospital in Telangana. The woman, Srilatha, delivered the baby yesterday at government area hospital in adjoining Jangaon district, K Srinivas, a doctor at the medical facility, said.
Edited by Anisha Singh | Wednesday March 22, 2017, New Delhi
In order to provide equal opportunity to the transgender community and bring them to the forefront of the society, the LDF government in Kerala has planned an education programme for the transgender community.
The big battle for AIADMK's "two leaves" election symbol has started, with representatives from both VK Sasikala and O Panneerselvam camps making their representation before the Election Commission. A decision is expected today, in view of the coming contest for RK Nagar, Ms Jayalalithaa's constituency in Chennai that fell vacant after her death.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it will commence on July 11 the final hearing of the appeals filed by Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala against the 2007 award of the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal (CWDT) on sharing of water for 15 consecutive workings days.
Finance Minister D Jayakumar and Leader of the Opposition M K Stalin on Tuesday engaged in heated arguments in the Assembly over placing the budget on former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's memorial before it was tabled in the House.
Edited by Aloke Tikku | Wednesday March 22, 2017, New Delhi
The battle for the AIADMK's 'two leaves symbol" is in the home stretch. The Election Commission is likely to decide today which of the two camps that lay claim to J Jayalalithaa's political legacy - the one led by led O Panneerselvam or the other presided over by VK Sasikala serving time in a Bengaluru jail - should get the election symbol.
The Karnataka government moved the Supreme Court on Tuesday seeking a review of its verdict that did not rule on Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa's role in the disproportionate assets case. The state argued that it would be impossible to recover the 100 crore penalty imposed by the court unless she too was held guilty.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today said it was a "slip of tongue" when he made a remark on corruption in the Assembly yesterday. He clarified in the House today that the state was number one in "eliminating" corruption. He even challenged the opposition YSR Congress for a debate on corruption.
Around a dozen human skulls are on display at Jantar Mantar -- the protest zone in Connaught Place, the heart of New Delhi. The 150-odd men who have been camping with the bizarre relics since March 14, say they are the remains of Tamil farmers who have committed suicide. If the Centre only gave them a loan waiver and a drought relief package, these lives could have been saved, the protesters said. The skulls, they added, have been exhumed with the permission of the families to seek support for the living.
Tamil Nadu's sand mining baron Sekhar Reddy has been arrested again after spending three days outside jail. He was arrested on Monday after he was questioned for a few hours by the Enforcement Directorate. The agency has accused him of money laundering in view of the recovery of crores of rupees in banned currency and new notes of Rs 2,000 during raids on his properties in December.
The Telangana government on Monday urged External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to help in the safe release of 29 migrant employees from the state, who have been allegedly held captive by their employer in Saudi Arabia.
In what may come as a relief for actor Dhanush, a medical report handed over to the Madras High Court has countered claims by an elderly couple who insisted that the film star was their son and should pay them maintenance. According to the report, the actor does not have a mole over his left collar bone and a scar on his left elbow, as claimed in evidence the couple filed.
A man was hacked to death in Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore after he turned atheist and posted his rationalist views on Facebook. While two of his alleged assailants surrendered, the police say they suspect six people were involved in the conspiracy.