New Delhi, Dec 13: This day will be remembered always and it was exactly 17 years back, when terrorists struck at the Indian Parliament.
New Delhi, Dec 13: The verdict is out and the Congress saw a resurgence by snatching the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh from the BJP. There are several reasons that have been given for this big BJP defeat in these three states.
Mumbai, Dec 13: Over the past couple of months there have been several warnings issued by the Intelligence Bureau about the rise of the Khalistan movement. While the Punjab police have been kept on their toes for sometime now, there have been developments relating to the Khalistan movement in other parts of the country as well.
New Delhi, Dec 12: The number of candidates with a criminal background in Mizoram has jumped from none to 2. In the 2013 elections, none of the candidates had declared pending criminal cases against them.
Mumbai, Dec 13: Who goes to attend a meeting with “300 bags”, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) asked Vijay Mallya’s lawyer in a special court here while countering the claim that the liquor baron had left India in March 2016 only to attend an event in Geneva and did not flee the country.
Hyderabad, Dec 12: K Chandrashekhar Rao led from the front in Telangana and the efforts paid off. India’s youngest state which faced the elections for the second time will be ruled by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi once again.
Hyderabad, Dec 11: Ahead of the Telangana assembly elections, Chandrababu Naidu set up a strategy to placate the Nandamuri family in a bid to avoid a possible spat with the Nara family in Andhra Pradesh.
Jaipur, Dec 12: The Congress has won Rajasthan and now it is up to the party to decide on who the Chief Minister would be. In the race are AICC general secretary, Ashok Gehlot and PCC chief, Sachin Pilot.
Hyderabad, Dec 12: The thumping win for the TRS is attributed to a variety of factors. While his core vote bank remained intact, it was the big swing in Muslim votes that helped K Chandrashekhar Rao attain such a huge number.
New Delhi, Dec 12: The BJP has lost the elections. However the bigger news is that it lost in the Hindi heartland of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh.