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'Prasad', 'luggage', 'stuff', 'bahis', 'gamlas': these mundane expressions, allegedly code for bribes, stand out in the conversations recorded by the CBI as part of its probe into the Lucknow medical college scam which is considered among the triggers of the troubles presently roiling the SC.
Fuel pricing reforms appear to be sputtering as state-run fuel retailers are moderating their daily upward revision in pump prices on verbal nudge from the oil ministry as global crude markets remain on fire.
The Army killed at least four Pakistani soldiers on Monday, including a major, as well as five Jaish-e-Muhammed terrorists in separate incidents as part of its strategy to "pro-actively dominate" the Line of Control.
The strong bonding between PM Narendra Modi and Benjamin Netanyahu was in full display on Monday as the Israeli premier called Modi a "revolutionary leader" who had transformed India-Israel ties and the Indian PM reciprocated, promising big steps in cooperation in agriculture, science, and defence.
After Friday's tumultuous press conference by the four most senior judges of the Supreme Court where they alleged that sensitive cases were being assigned to 'select benches', all the judges gathered for the first time on Monday morning for the customary tea before the day's work.
For 29-year-old Sanket Parekh, a chemical engineer from IIT-Bombay, life was all about targets and achievements.He had a well-paying job and was planning a post-graduation course in the US.
Amid a virtual rift between the Chief Justice Dipak Misra and four senior-most judges over the assignment of important cases, the Supreme Court on Monday announced the composition of a 5-judge constitution bench headed by the CJI, which does not include them.
Promising more reforms to further improve the ease of doing business, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday invited investments from Israeli companies saying the country has a huge development agenda and offers vast opportunities.
South Africa’s crisis man, AB de Villiers, was at again. In company of a feisty Dean Elgar, de Villiers steadied the ship for his team as SA finished the day at 90 for two.
Britain's Ministry of Defence (MoD) confirmed that the Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) aircraft took off from Royal Air Force (RAF) base Lossiemouth in north east Scotland, without confirming the exact number of Typhoons involved.
The HC made the observations while hearing a PIL filed by former Mumbai police commissioner Julio Ribeiro, seeking a judicial inquiry into the incident and also a direction to the government and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to carry out fire safety audit of all eateries and restaurants.
A spectator aged 19 years was gored to death by a bull during a Jallikattu event at Palamedu in Madurai district of Tamil Nadu on Monday. Over 25 people were injured in the bull-taming event.
A valiant 153 from Virat Kohli and a crucial 38 from Ravichandran Ashwin formed the crux of India's batting on Day 3 as the visitors nudged their first innings total to 307, trailing South Africa by only 28 runs in the second Test at Supersports Park, Centurion on Monday.
The Chinese reaction came following comments by Gen Rawat two days ago that India needs to shift focus from its border with Pakistan to that of China and spoke of pressure being exerted by Beijing along the Line of Actual Control.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today lauded his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi as "a revolutionary leader in the best sense of the word" and let him know that he's available for a yoga class with him any time. Netanyahu, also joked that he and his wife were excited to visit Bollywood.
Kohli was unbeaten on 85 when he resumed proceedings on Day 3 and took just 16 balls to get there, taking India past the 200-run margin.