At least 2,710 new COVID-19 cases reported the last 24 hours in India, taking the total tally of coronavirus cases to 4,31,47,530.
Over 21,000 private vehicles have been challaned for violating designated bus lanes within two months of the launch of an enforcement drive by Delhi government's Transport department, officials said on Friday.
Three applications were filed in the court of civil judge (senior division) in the Krishna Janmabhoomi-Shahi Idgah dispute case, requesting among other things that the status quo be maintained on the mosque premises, officials said.
The Kerala Police on Friday arrested 18 more people in connection with the PFI sloganeering case.
A letter has been written on behalf of the Anjuman Intrageniya Committee to the Varanasi district court demanding that the report of the commission should not be made public in the Gyanvapi mosque survey matter.
India on Friday slammed OIC-IPHRC for its criticism of judgement in the terror funding case involving Yasin Malik and said the organisation has implicitly expressed support for the terrorist activities.
The Punjab Vigilance Bureau on Friday said it has booked 17 people, including two 'sarpanches' and a junior engineer, for allegedly misappropriating panchayat funds to the tune of Rs 6.66 crore.
Over 15,000 nurses of state-run hospitals in Maharashtra will go on indefinite strike from Saturday to protest against the state government's decision to outsource recruitment of nurses to a private agency, their association said.
Two days after the Delhi BJP chief urged the Centre to test the national capital's water quality, DJB vice-chairman Saurabh Bharadwaj on Friday said the exercise should cover Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh as well.
India is expected to face a wider coal shortage during the quarter ending September over expectations of higher power demand, an internal power ministry presentation seen by Reuters showed, worsening risks of widespread power outages.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled the bus accident in Ladakh that claimed seven lives of Indian Army personnel on Friday.
India on Friday handed over 25 tonnes of medical supplies worth over USD 700,000 to Sri Lanka as part of its ongoing efforts to help the island nation combat its worst economic crisis and shortage of medicines.
At least 15 people were injured when the bus they were travelling in plunged into a roadside ditch near Waghoba Ghat in Maharashtra's Palghar on Friday.
The CBI on Friday questioned Lok Sabha member Karti Chidambaram for nearly eight hours on the second day in connection with alleged bribery of Rs 50 lakh in the issuing of visas for 263 Chinese workers in 2011.