NEW DELHI: Entertainment channels that feature reality shows depicting scenes like live insects being eaten and animals being abused as an act of courage have been asked by their self-regulatory body on Friday to stop airing such programmes.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Piqued over the pecking order in the government, NCP ministers Mr Sharad Pawar and Mr Praful Patel are believed to have offered to resign from the ministry after keeping away from a cabinet meeting in a move seen as an attempt to put pressure on the Congress leadership.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Mr Rahul Gandhi will be number two in the Congress after Ms Sonia Gandhi, the party said on Thursday after he declared that he was ready for a “more proactive role in the party and the government” and stoked speculation about the nature of his future responsibilities.Read More »
NEW DELHI: At least 72 per cent of MPs and MLAs across the country on Thursday voted to elect a new President in a race in which UPA nominee Mr Pranab Mukherjee is set to win with a huge margin over Mr P A Sangma who is backed by some opposition parties.Read More »
MUMBAI: Rajesh Khanna was given a tearful adieu on Thursday by family, fans and film fraternity, as thousands of mourners thronged the streets here under heavy rains to have a last glimpse of Bollywood’s first superstar during his final journey.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar will now get an opportunity to examine issues related to information technology.
The Rajya Sabha MP has been included in the Standing Committee on Information and Technology.
NEW DELHI: India will elect a new president on Thursday in what is a direct contest between ruling United Progressive Alliance candidate Mr Pranab Mukherjee and opposition-backed Mr Purno Sangma.Read More »
MUMBAI: Rajesh Khanna, who epitomised superstardom in Hindi cinema in the 1970s with such immortals as Anand, Kati Patang and Aradhana, left for a "nice and heavenly place" on Wednesday morning, his son-in-law and actor Akshay Kumar announced. Khanna was 69.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Upset over the ruling of a Pakistani court on the 26/11 case, India today said evidence collected by a Pakistani judicial commission here had evidential value to punish those involved in the worst ever terrorist attack in the country.Read More »
GUWAHATI: The editor-in-chief of the local television news channel, which had videographed the molestation of a girl outside a pub here, on Wednesday resigned after expressing doubts over impartial enquiry into the allegations that a journalist had instigated the incident.Read More »