Delhi Police Name JNUSU President, Left-Led Students' Bodies For JNU Violence On Jan 5

India, Jan. 10 -- The Delhi Police said that a lot of misinformation related to the case was being circulated. The Crime Branch of the Delhi Police on Friday ruled out that goons from the outside Jaw... Read More

'Interplay Between Science And Dharma': Buddhist Nuns Encounter Solar Eclipse In New Way

India, Jan. 10 -- Science classes are being organised at monasteries through logistical, financial and professional support from several organisations. When 28-year-old Buddhist nun Paldan Zangma sa... Read More

Jailed Mehbooba Mufti May Lose Her Party To Rebel Leader Altaf Bukhari

India, Jan. 10 -- Former PDP leader Altaf Bukhari is believed to float a new party in coming days. A day after Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) expelled eight senior party leaders for joining former fi... Read More

Kashmiri Delegation Raises Local Issues With Foreign Envoys; No Mention Of Article 370

India, Jan. 10 -- The Peoples Democratic Party expelled all those leaders who met the envoys of foreign countries. The envoys of 15 foreign countries, who are on a two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir ... Read More

'Fundamental Right': All You Need To Know About Longest Internet Shutdown In Kashmir

India, Jan. 10 -- The Supreme Court said the access to the Internet is a fundamental right under Article 19 of the Constitution. The Supreme Court on Friday said that the access to the Internet is a ... Read More

'Shouldn't Be Allowed To Continue': BJP Leader Murli Manohar Joshi Calls For JNU VC's Removal

India, Jan. 9 -- Murli Manohar Joshi Joshi said there were reports that the HRD Ministry had twice advised the JNU VC to implement a 'certain reasonable and working formula for resolving the issue of ... Read More

'Upar Se Aadesh Tha': Kejriwal Blames Centre For Police Inaction During JNU Violence

India, Jan. 9 -- 'If they don't abide by orders from above, they will be suspended,' says Kejriwal about Delhi Police. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that the Delhi Police coul... Read More

Of Mumbai's Public Clocks And Sufi Music

India, Jan. 9 -- From Sasoon Dock in the south to Vile Parle and Mulund on the northern ends of the city, Mumbai city has 81 clocks. Between Jan 8 and Feb 20, visitors at the Max Mueller Bhavan in So... Read More

'Voice Of Dissent Being Stifled,' Says Lawyer Evicted From Home For CAA Protest

India, Jan. 9 -- During Amit Shah's door-to-door campaign last Sunday, two women unfurled a banner from their balcony and shouted slogans against the CAA. Two young women were evicted from their apar... Read More

Artists Protest Against Government's Proposal To Convert Tagore Hall Into Cinema

India, Jan. 9 -- Artistes, poets and activists on Wednesday staged a protest against Jammu and Kashmir administration's move to convert 60-year-old Tagore Hall in Srinagar into a movie theatre, saying... Read More