Nothing in 'Padmavati' that hurts Rajput pride: Rajat Sharma
There is not a single scene, dialogue or sequence in "Padmavati" that may hurt Rajput pride, senior journalist Rajat Sharma said on Friday after watching the movie.
College girl gang-raped in moving car, dumped on UP highway
A college student was gang-raped in a moving car and then thrown on the Kanpur-Lucknow highway in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday, police said.
UIDAI allows use of OTP for Aadhaar-based SIM reverification from December 1
The Unique Identification Authority of India has approved the blueprint presented by telcos to operationalise new modes like OTP for Aadhaar-based SIM reverification of existing subscribers from December 1.
J & K
Farooq rakes up yet another controversy Pakistan not wearing bangles to let India take PoK
After his  “PoK belongs to Pakistan” remark last week, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah made another controversial statement on Wednesday, saying Pakistan was “not weak to allow India to take that part of Jammu and Kashmir under its occupation”.
How India, Pakistan exchanging smog as confidence-building measure
Who hasn’t heard that old cliché about how Indians and Pakistanis have so much in common – food, language, music. Drive down from Lahore to Amritsar and the transition is seamless – yes there are more women visible on our side, but the people look the same; even the fields are the same, just replace the mosques with the gurudwaras.
Modi attends 31st Asean Summit opening ceremony
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday attended the opening ceremony of the 31st Asean Summit here in which a musical version of the Indian epic, the Ramayana, was performed.
NRI with roots in Gujarat shot dead in North Carolina
A non-resident Indian having his roots in Anand town of central Gujarat was killed in a fatal shooting in the United States on Saturday.