Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed "deep pain" and concern over the prevailing situation in Kashmir Valley and emphasised on the need for dialogue to find a lasting solution within the framework of the Constitution.
A Delhi court on Monday sentenced to death two of three men convicted for the abduction and murder of IT executive Jigisha Ghosh in 2009. The third convict was sentenced to life in jail. The same convicts are also facing trial for killing journalist Soumya Vishwanathan and a taxi driver.
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The government is set to ban cash transactions over Rs 3 lakh as it seeks to clamp down on black money in the economy following recommendations from the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team.
At least 10 people died and dozens were injured on Tuesday when two passenger trains collided in the middle of an olive grove in the southern heel of Italy. Police said the accident happened on a single stretch of track between the towns of Corato and Andria.
In a setback for former CBI director Ranjit Sinha, a Supreme Court-appointed probe panel has ruled that "prima facie it seems he did try to influence the probe in the coal scam". The panel led by ex-CBI special director ML Sharma has found Ranjit Sinha's visitor diary to be genuine.
Judges at an arbitration tribunal in The Hague on Tuesday rejected China's claims to economic rights across large swathes of the South China Sea in a ruling that will be claimed as a victory by the Philippines.
Commonwealth Games Federation boss Mike Fennell on Monday backed his colleague Mike Hooper, saying he neither blamed the Indian government for Delhi's under-preparedness nor made any disparaging comments about Indians.
Barely five days after the end of their scandal-hit tour of England, fresh turmoil on Monday gripped the Pakistan cricket team with suspended pacer Mohammad Aamir's shocking revelation that he was lured into spot-fixing by Test skipper Salman Butt.
NATO helicopters in eastern Afghanistan launched rare airstrikes into Pakistan, reportedly killing more than 50 militants after an outpost near the border came under attack from insurgents, officials said on Monday.
Notification was on Monday issued for elections to 47 of the 243 assembly constituencies in Bihar going to the first of the six phase elections from October 21.
Around 550 athletes and officials from countries such as Australia, Canada and England are expected to arrive in Delhi on Monday to participate in the Commonwealth Games 2010.
They were worried before leaving for India, but after watching the arrangements at Commonwealth Games Village in New Delhi, the foreign delegates were all praise for the sprawling campus where the teams are moving in.
Expiry of an Israeli moratorium on new construction in West Bank settlements threw the fledgling West Asia peace talks into turmoil on Monday as Israel, the Palestinians and the U.S. scrambled to find a compromise that would keep the negotiations alive.
The Nanavati Commission probing the 2002 Gujarat riot cases on Monday rejected the application of an NGO seeking a direction to summon former minister of state for home Gordhan Zadafia for cross-examination.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex on Monday gained over 72 points to close at a new 32-month high on sustained buying by funds, particularly in metal stocks.
Oil-rich Kuwait is keen on buying a stake in Indian Oil Corp (IOC) if the government decides to sell its shareholding through a strategic divestment, Oil Minister Sheikh Ahmad al-Abdullah al-Sabah said on Monday.