Australia win 1st Test after shooting India out for 36

Having conceded a 53-run first innings lead, with the Indians adding a further nine to it on Friday night itself, Australia moved into driver's... Read more »

Few farmers’ unions accept govt’s farm law proposal

They were of the opinion that the laws would ensure freedom of choice to farmers in sale and purchase of agri-produce and allow barrier-free... Read more »

Day-long hunger strikes across Punjab and Haryana went off peacefully

Punjab's largest farmer organisation, the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ekta Ugrahan) did not observe the day-long hunger strike. However, its activists, largely comprising women, held... Read more »

Farmer protests brings up issue of Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal – Vishal Gulati

He said the protests against the new farm laws that is set to destroy the livelihood of all farmers, irrespective of the state one... Read more »

Reliance blames Airtel and Vodafone for farmers call to boycott Jio

"These companies continue to remain directly and indirectly involved in supporting and furthering insinuations and false and frivolous rumours of Reliance being an undue... Read more »

4 children donate money from their piggy banks to support protesting farmers

"The farmers are fighting for our future. The four children have come here to encourage them. We all support the farmers." Read more »

Do not confront Kohli: Finch warns his Aussie Test teammates

"I think the change is in the way he (Kohli) goes about it now. I think as a person he is probably a bit... Read more »

SC examines plea to declare 1975 Emergency proclamation as unconstitutional

Initially expressing its non-inclination to take up the matter, the bench said 45 years have elapsed already and the court can't be digging on... Read more »

AI sell-off gets multiple bids; Tata, AI employees, Interups submit EoIs

"Multiple expressions of interest have been received for strategic disinvestment of Air India. The transaction will now move to the second stage," according to... Read more »

Social activist distributes sanitary napkins to female protesters

Speaking about the initiative, Bhayana told IANS, "I was seeing that farmers are protesting against the new laws for a number of days and... Read more »

Foot massage centre brings joy to protesting farmers old in age

Amarpreet, Managing Director, Khalsa Aid said apart from this massage service, their NGO is providing many other services including shelters, langars etc to ease... Read more »

Delhi-Chandigarh route turns into commanding centre of farmers’ demonstration

The leader, however, declined claims that the protest is occupied by 'left wing' people reiterating that a central message is circulated through media from... Read more »

Thousands of farmers expected on the Rajasthan-Haryana border

"We have made preparation to stay put for months at the protest spot, bringing along food items, clothes, water and other essentials," he added. Read more »

BJP MLA Rajesh Mishra takes away baby from child shelter without permission

The child, in this case, is the 'miracle baby' who was rescued after being buried alive in an earthen pot in the cremation ground... Read more »

Railway bribery scam plot inspired by Bollywood

The revelations has been made in the chargesheet filed by the financial probe agency earlier this year in a Special PMLA court against several... Read more »

Muslim businessman donates 1,650 sq feet plot to temple

On his part, Basha said that he believed in the philosophy of living in peace and harmony. "Almighty has blessed us and when villagers... Read more »

Mumbai Police arrests CEO of Republic TV

He is the 13th person to be arrested in the alleged TRP scam in which at least three television channels, including Republic TV were... Read more »

Farmers to expand demonstration to a ‘pan-India’ scale

Declaring that they'll hold a day long 'hunger strike' on December 14, farmers representatives of 32 different unions jointly announced their plans for a... Read more »

Artificial Intelligence for national security – D.C. Pathak

The mandate of the Age of Information was that one had to be well informed for achieving success in any field since knowledge-based decision-making... Read more »

Amid protests, Minister says Goa to cap coal imports

"There is an apprehension in the minds of the people of Goa and expats across the world, that more coal will be imported into... Read more »