Taxi and autorickshaw drivers under Jai Bhagwan Taxi Rickshaw Sanghatana today announced they would go on indefinite strike from August 29 in Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai demanding the state government to regulate operation of cab aggregators such as Uber and Ola.
Death toll due to Dengue in West Bengal remained unchanged to 22 even as many as 200 new people infected by the vector-borne disease were reported in the last 24 hours taking it to 5,129 since January.
The hijab or the headscarf has been made optional part of Police Scotland's uniform in an attempt to attract more women Muslim recruits to the force, which currently has less black and Asian representation.
Criticising the "raid" by Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) sleuths at the Delhi Commission for Women office last week, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) legislators today accused the centre of "misusing" Delhi Police against them.
The Bombay High Court today sought to know from Maharashtra government under what policy private cab companies like Uber and Ola are plying in the state and how they are permitted to run with tourist permits.
A one-year-old boy was kidnapped from a hospital in north Delhi nine years ago when his mother had gone for a medical check-up. Police say the boy has now been found - after his photograph was recognised at a party. Two people have been arrested for the alleged kidnapping.
It was midnight and the phone of senior Navy officer posted at the Naval Headquarters wouldn't stop ringing. "The Australian has published a report claiming details of Project 75 (the official name for the submarine project) have been leaked," the caller said.
British journalist Piers Morgan's sarcastic tweets on India's massive celebrations after winning two medals at the Rio Olympics have led to a war of words between him and cricketing great Virender Sehwag.