Ramanathapuram Tuticorin Pipeline project: Madurai Bench of Madras High Court has imposed interim ban on central government's decision on acquisition of agricultural land for setting up the pipeline.

Mumbai Joint Commissioner of Police, Deven Bharti promoted to Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) of Maharashtra Police. He will head the Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) Maharashtra.

Assam: Six people injured in explosion outside a mall on Zoo road in Guwahati, area cordoned off, police present at the spot; injured persons referred to Guwahati Medical College Hospital.

Delhi: Police has arrested two women in connection with Delhi Moti Nagar murder case. Till now, four people have been arrested.

Bihar: Shyam Babu, witness in former MP Shahabuddin's nephew Yusuf murder case has been shot dead in Siwan by bike borne assailants.

Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Western Air Command, R Nambiar today reviewed air maintenance operations and preparedness along the Indo-Pak border at the Kumar Post at 17,000 feet altitude in the Siachen Glacier. Siachen Brigade Commander Brig Bhupesh Hada also accompanied him.

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation: Blue Line update- Normal service resumed at 4:10pm.

US orders non-emergency embassy staff to leave Baghdad, Erbil.

Mamta Banerjee and All India Trinamool Congress are scared of the people of Bengal and their fight is against the people there said PM Narendra Modi.

Monsoon is likely to arrive in India on June 6.

Load More

New Delhi, May 15: Ahead of the seventh phase Lok Sabha elections, West Bengal has been pushed to the edge with violence reported in the state capital, Kolkata. At Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah's rally in Kolkata on Tuesday, a scuffle broke out with workers of the rival Trinamool camp. In the lathi-charge which followed, scores were left injured and over 100 were detained. Stay tuned here for the live breaking news from India and across the world.

In other major news, the outflux of top Jet Airways continues as the company's chief executive officer (CEO) Vinay Dube resigned a day after his deputy and chief financial officer (CFO) Amit Agrawal walked out of the grounded airlines.

On the international front, Iran is hectically using its diplomatic channels to undo the impact of crippling sanctions imposed by the United States. The country's Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, was on a visit to India to discuss oil sales. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj conveyed to him that the next government would decide on whether New Delhi would continue to import crude from the nation.

On the sporting front, the ICC has introduced a first-ever rule of asking all 10 participating teams in the World Cup to include an anti-corruption officer. The anti-graft official will be attached to each team right from the warm up matches to the finals.