Chennai Jan 4 Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa on Monday filed defamation cases against dailies Dinamalar (Tamil) and Times of India (English) for their reportage on the reasons for the Chennai floods.
London Nov 13 Calling India an easy and simple place to business in Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday invited British investors to invest in his country.
Hyderabad, May 27 Police in Hyderabad on Friday said the attack on a Nigerian student had nothing to do with racism and the fight was over vehicle parking, even as two more locals were arrested.
New Delhi, June 17 Lack of opportunities and proper facilities -- and not the fear of a particular community as alleged by the BJP -- is what has been driving several families out of western Uttar Pradesh towns Kairana and Kandhala, a group of opposition MPs that visited the two towns a day before said here on Friday.
Bengaluru, March 6 India's opening batsman Lokesh Rahul, who rescued the hosts with another half century in the second innings on Monday, hoped the undefeated duo of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane to add another 100 runs when they come out to bat on the fourth morning of the second cricket Test against Australia.
Kolkata, Feb 24 Rubbishing the Congress and the Left Front's allegations of a secret understanding between the BJP and Trinamool Congress at the Centre, the West Bengal chief of the saffron party says political opponents were alarmed as it was on way to becoming a deciding factor in the next assembly polls in the state.
New Delhi, June 30 The National Commission for Women (NCW) has summoned Bollywood superstar Salman Khan for personal appearance on July 8 over his raped woman remark, the panel said on Thursday.
Ahmedabad April 17 A jail bharo programme by agitating Patidar (Patel) leaders turned violent on Sunday forcing the authorities to clamp curfew and deploy the Border Security Force (BSF) in Gujarats northern town of Mehsana.
Mumbai, Jan 27 Credit ratings agency India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) says a 10 per cent rupee depreciation in 2017-18 will negatively impact top corporates as their ability to withstand currency-related shocks are fairly limited -- with a major portion of borrowings being unhedged.
Srinagar, Aug 28 Authorities on Sunday continued curfew and restrictions in Kashmir for the 51st consecutive day.