Four people were killed today in Madhya Pradesh as violence broke out in several parts of the country due to anger over a Supreme Court ruling on atrocities against Dalit.
At least ten people were killed and half a dozen injured after a four-storey building collapsed near Sarvate bus stand in Indore on Saturday evening, police officials said.
Saturday was an action-packed day as far as the CBSE paper leak case is concerned. Students protested both at Jantar Mantar and outside CBSE office in Preet Vihar against the paper leak.
An uneasy calm descended upon West Burdwan on Friday when, for the first time since last Sunday's Ram Navami processions, there was no violence.
The retest of the leaked Class XII Economics paper will be held on April 25 but there is still uncertainty over the Class X Maths paper as CBSE is evaluating if a fresh exam is needed at all while also saying that such a test, if scheduled, will be restricted to Delhi-NCR and Haryana.
Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar has been receiving a lot of flak on remaining a mute spectator while the state burns in the fire of communal riots and seems to be losing grip on the state.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today thanked BSP president Mayawati after she charged the Centre with adopting double standard in dealing with NDA-ruled Bihar and TMC-governed West Bengal, and said the UP leader had "exposed" the Narendra Modi dispensation.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce fresh dates for reexamination of the Class 10 Mathematics paper before the end of the week, the board said.
The Karnataka Assembly elections will be held on May 12, and counting of votes will be held May 15, the Election Commission (EC) announced today.
RJD chief Lalu Prasad was sentenced to 14 years in jail in fodder scam case today. Soon after, his son and former Bihar deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav alleged a threat to his father's life.
A large number of JNU students and teachers were on Friday stopped from marching to the Parliament Complex over various demands, including academic freedom, with police resorting to lathi-charge and use of water canons.
The Supreme Court on Friday observed that before deciding the title dispute of the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi row, it would re-examine whether a 1994 judgment which suggests that "a mosque is not an essential part of the practice of the religion of Islam and namaz (prayer) by Muslims can be offered anywhere, even in open" needs to be revisited by a larger Bench.
Three junior doctors including a woman of AIIMS Delhi were killed in the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday on Yamuna expressway, while four other doctors were gravely injured in the accident.
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) Class 12 Accountancy paper was allegedly leaked on Thursday ahead of the examination.
A new 21.5-km circular metro corridor, which will connect South and North West Delhi along the ring road, will be opened to the public on Wednesday evening.
Counting of votes for the Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha bye-elections began on Wednesday amid tight security arrangements. The results are expected to be declared by afternoon.
As counting began for UP and Bihar bypolls today morning, the BJP took an early lead in Uttar Pradesh's Gorakhpur and Phulpur parliament seats, while Lalu Yadav's RJD is ahead in Bihar's Araria, both parties holding.
At least 50,000 farmers who had arrived in Mumbai yesterday reached the Azad Maidan before the crack of dawn. They walked through the night, for five hours, so that students who will be writing their Board exams today aren't inconvenienced.
While both BJP and SP-BSP alliance predicted their victory in Gorakhpur, slow pace of voting on Sunday marked the by-elections for the high stakes battles in Gorakhpur and Phulpur constituencies as poll percentage in the two constituencies went down by nearly 10% as compared to the 2014 LS elections.
Addressing his 16th - and last - public meeting in Gorakhpur ahead of Sunday's byelection for the Lok Sabha constituency that sent him to Parliament on five consecutive occasions, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi...
Following the pulling down of Lenin's statue in Tripura two days ago and vandalism of Periyar's statue in Tamil Nadu a day later, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday condemned these incidents in strong words, saying stern action will be taken against those found guilty, a statement by his office read.
Two days after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) defeated Communist Party of India (Marxist) in Tripura, a Vladimir Lenin statue has been toppled in the state's Belonia town, allegedly by BJP workers.
The Congress victory in the two by-polls in Madhya Pradesh have set a positive mood for the party for the assembly polls at the end of the year in which chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will be seeking his fourth term.
A day before the Najeeb Ahmed case is to be heard in court, students from the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and other universities along with many other concerned citizens demonstrated outside the CBI headquarters in Delhi on Monday demanding answers about the scholar's disappearance.
The 39-day-long Ram Rajya Rath Yatra from Ayodhya to Rameshwaram was flagged off on Tuesday from the temple town. The UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, however, stayed away from the flag off ceremony in Ayodhya following a controversy over the motive of the yatra.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday criticised Jammu and Kashmir's ruling PDP-BJP for their "opportunistic alliance and non-existent Kashmir policy", in the wake of divergent statements by state Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman regarding Pakistan following the Jammu attack.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wife Jashodaben had a narrow escape when an Innova car she was travelling in, rammed a truck near Chittor, Rajasthan.
As many as 10 youths were detained by police here for holding protests against Prime Minister Narendra Modi by selling 'pakodas' to condemn his recent remark that 'pakoda' selling was also employment.
The Congress on Thursday hailed the victory of party candidates in two Lok Sabha and one state Assembly seats in Rajasthan bypolls, with Rahul Gandhi terming the results as "rejection of ruling BJP by the people".
As many as 112 people were arrested and security forces personnel intensified vigil in the strife-torn Kasganj in Uttar Pradesh where the situation remained tense but peaceful yesterday, two days after clashes between two communities claimed one life.