The two men were arrested in the case related to alleged cheating, extortion from foreign nationals and other offences that included running illegal call centres
The Supreme Court has given the Centre time till Friday to file an affidavit detailing the progress made on the mercy plea
Maharashtra Home Minister claims PFI responsible for triggering Amravati riots of November last year
An amphitheatre, go-kart race track, and a dirt track are some of the tourist infrastructure planned at Nair Kudru on Phalguni river
During his 'Mann Ki Baat' radio broadcast on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced that the airport would be renamed after Bhagat Singh as a tribute to the freedom fighter.
The incident came to public attention following the social media post by one of the actors about the harrowing experience
The deal involves dramas, comedies, documentaries, animation and children's series and will see the Pakistani activist team up with Oscar winner Adam McKay's production house on a feature film
Liquor businessman Sameer Mahendru is expected to be produced before a local court where the Enforcement Directorate will seek his further remand
Muhammad Ali Jauhar University is a private university established in 2006 by a trust and Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan is its chancellor
The message from the Russian authorities has named Purnima Anand who worked as “an observer from India” during the referendum
The police argued that they locked the gates following instructions from temple Executive Officer Dharbamulla Bramaramba.
The accused hurled two country-made bombs at the police team, since the country-made bomb did not explode, they used a knife to assault the constable
Hackers sent two "obscene and racist push notifications" about a minute apart, Fast Company said in a tweet, adding it had suspended the Apple News feed until the situation was resolved
The organisation members had also tried to disturb peace in Pune, but swift police action foiled their bid, Mr. Shinde told reporters in Nashik.
Portugal dominated the match but last year's Nations League finalists Spain stayed in the contest and in the 88th minute Alvaro Morata scored to silence most of the sold-out stadium
It was a reality check for the 104th-ranked India after three convincing wins in June in the Asian Cup qualifiers and a 1-1 draw against Singapore on Saturday, as they were literally outplayed by the 97th-ranked Vietnam
This comes close on the heels of a countrywide raid on September 22 when 109 members of the groups were arrested by the NIA and other agencies