NEW DELHI: Ahead of the foreign secretary level talks with Pakistan, India today said it did not expect "big solutions" to six-decade-old problems at a time when that country is going through "many upheavals" and needed space to settle down.Read More »
SRINAGAR: The over 200-year-old shrine of Dastageer Sahib was today gutted in a fire at Khanyar in old city, triggering protests by locals.
An official of the Disaster Management Cell said the fire broke out in the shrine of Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani at around 6.30 am and engulfed the entire complex within no time.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Monday exempted four minority colleges of Delhi University from reserving 27 per cent seats for students from Other Backward Classes (OBCs) for the 2012-13 academic year.Read More »
NEW DELHI: The veteran Bharatiya Janat a Party (BJP) leader, Mr L K Advani revealed Monday that Mr Pranab Mukherjee had called him soon after his candidature for the presidency was announced, but did not ask for support.Read More »
NEW DELHI: As government prepares to unveil some measures to revive the economy, the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh says India cannot expect “outside help” on a scale which can see the country through its difficulties.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Well-trained taxi drivers are a must if a country needs to boost its tourism potential. So says a study by industry lobby FICCI and Yes Bank.Read More »
NEW DELHI: With Mr Pranab Mukherjee having a clear edge in the presidential poll, Mr P A Sangma is now hoping for a "miracle" to see himself emerge a winner, even as he denied being a "tool" in the hands of those supporting him.Read More »
NEW DELHI: In an apparent attack on the Bihar Chief Minister, Mr Nitish Kumar for his "Prime Minister should have secular credentials" remark, the RSS has batted for Mr Narendra Modi, saying such comments are being made for vote-bank politics and minority appeasement.Read More »
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government's fire-ravaged administrative headquarters, Mantralaya, is expected to be fully functional within three months, The Public Works Department Minister, Mr Chhagan Bhujbal said on Saturday.Read More »
SRINAGAR: The first batch of Hindu pilgrims, consisting of 12,000 people from across the country arrived on Sunday morning at the two base camps in Jammu and Kashmir for the Amarnath Yatra, even as the authorities stepped up the three tier security along the route of the pilgrimage.Read More »