Took selfie at rape victim's behest, not for entertainment: Women's panel member

"That selfie was not taken for entertainment. That woman (alleged rape survivor) was quite enthusiastic about getting clicked," said Somya Gurjar, a member of Rajasthan State Commission for Women, hours after resigning from her post. Continue Reading ...

Petrol price cut by 89 paise a litre, diesel by 49 paise

The government on Thursday cut the price of petrol by Rs. 0.89 a litre and that of diesel by Rs. 0.49 per litre. Continue Reading ...

First day of admissions at Delhi University marred by confusion

The University of Delhi's (DU) maiden attempt to make the entire admission process totally online was marred by confusion and chaos on Thursday as the admission seekers were clueless about the procedure to select the college. Continue Reading ...

US: Andrews Air force base on lockdown after reports of active shooter

The Andrews Air force base in Washington was locked down on Thursday morning due to report of an active shooter. Continue Reading ...

Mamata Banerjee discusses investment, technology with US official

US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas A. Shannon on Thursday called on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and discussed wide-ranging issues including investment in the state. Continue Reading ...

Justice Dhingra seeks six-week time for Robert Vadra report

Justice S.N. Dhingra, who has been appointed to probe issues concerning the grant of license(s) for developing commercial colonies by the Department of Town and Country Planning, Haryana to some entities in Gurgaon Sector 83, on Thursday demanded for more time to submit the report. Continue Reading ...

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung skips Delhi government's Iftar party

Lt Governor Najeeb and Leader of Opposition Vijendra Gupta skipped the Delhi government's Aam Aadmi Iftar Party on Thursday at the Indira Gandhi International Stadium. Continue Reading ...

President condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan

President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Kabul. Continue Reading ...

Canadian Sikh man uses turban to save drowning girl

A Sikh man in Canada saved a teenage girl from drowning by pulling her out of the frigid North Thompson River with his turban. Continue Reading ...

Raghuram Rajan declining second RBI term won't affect Indian economy: Jim Yong Kim

World Bank chief Jim Yong Kim here on Thursday said that Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan's decision to not take a second term at the bank will not affect the Indian economy. Continue Reading ...

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