Day 6 and India’s attempts to continue at the second position in the medals tally will get a huge challenge from England and Canada
Liu Xiaobo, a literary critic, political essayist and democracy advocate repeatedly jailed by the Chinese govt. won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize
India now is firmly placed in the second position though both England and Canada are breathing down its neck in the Commonwealth Games
5 after BPO employee Prathibha Srikanthamurthy was raped and murdered, a fast track court in Bangalore sentenced the killer to life imprisonment
The Karnataka assembly Speaker has issued notice to the 11 rebel BJP MLAs who are holed up in Goa under anti-defection Act
The action will hot up on Day 5 of the Commonwealth Games as a total of 43 gold medals will be up for grabs in various disciplines.
The crisis in the BJP government seems to have fizzled out. Janardhana Reddy group have succeeded in getting many rebel MLAs back
Peruvian Mario Vargas Llosa won the 2010 Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday as the academy honored the world’s most acclaimed authors
Facing a threat to his regime, Karnataka CM. Yeddyurappa on Thursday sacked two rebel ministers, sought divine intervention visiting temples
India continued to dominate at the shooting range with 3 gold and 3 silver medals on the third day at the Commonwealth Games today.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the conviction of Santosh Kumar Singh in the 14-year-old Priyadarshini ...
Karnataka governor H R Bharadwaj asked chief minister Yeddyurappa to prove majority on or before October 11 inside the Assembly.
VVS Laxman remained unbeaten on 73 runs to guide India to a one-wicket win against Australia in the Mohali Test.
Fresh trouble for the Yeddyurappa govt in Karnataka, a group of disgruntled BJP legislators today held talks in a resort outside the city.
Olympic Gold madalist, Abhinav Bindra, world record holder Gagan Narang win 10m Air Rifle pairs Gold, the fist gold for India