Woman teacher, 3 kin held for Ranchi school kid's murder

Woman teacher, 3 kin held for Ranchi school kid's murder

Ranchi: A woman teacher, along with her husband and two children, has been arrested in connection with the murder of a class VII student here, Ranchi Police said on Wednesday. Police said accused teacher Nazia Hussain, hailing from Madhya Pradesh, was angry over victim Vinay Kumar’s

Defence production, nuclear deals between India, UAE on the cards
Defence production, nuclear deals between India, UAE on the cards

New Delhi: A slew of agreements, including on defence equipment manufacturing and civil nuclear cooperation, are likely to be

Facebook member's offensive Tweet creates online storm, Indians furious
Facebook member's offensive Tweet creates online storm, Indians furious

New Delhi: A tweet by Facebook board member Marc Andreessen implying that Facebook’s Free Basics is the same as colonialism

Bad news: Railways mulling to increase passenger fares by 5-10 per cent
Bad news: Railways mulling to increase passenger fares by 5-10 per cent

New Delhi: Facing resource crunch, Railways is said to be mulling the possibility of effecting a 5 to 10 per cent increase in the

Siachen survivor Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad’s condition deteriorates further
Siachen survivor Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad’s condition deteriorates further

New Delhi: The condition of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad, the Siachen braveheart who defied death for six days buried under

PM 'superficial', his aim 'divide' Hindus,Muslims during polls: Rahul Gandhi
PM 'superficial', his aim 'divide' Hindus,Muslims during polls: Rahul Gandhi

Sharpening his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi today accused him of being “superficial” and also

'Odd-even' set to return; CM Kejriwal to announce dates on Thursday
'Odd-even' set to return; CM Kejriwal to announce dates on Thursday

New Delhi: The ‘odd-even’ scheme is “all set” make a comeback in the national capital, the dates to which

Student dies after slap by teacher for stepping out of hostel without permission to collect dry fruits from father
Student dies after slap by teacher for stepping out of hostel without permission to collect dry fruits from...

Burwan (Murshidabad): A Class VIII student who stepped out to get dry fruits brought by his father has died after he was slapped

Minorities panel seeks action against BJP leader for 'hate speech'
Minorities panel seeks action against BJP leader for 'hate speech'

Lucknow: Following a complaint and an internal probe, the National Commission of Minorities (NCM) has held the Bharatiya Janata

CBI to retain documents seized during Delhi secretariat raid: HC
CBI to retain documents seized during Delhi secretariat raid: HC

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday set aside the order of the trial court directing the CBI to release the documents

We will end Bangladeshi infiltration: Amit Shah
We will end Bangladeshi infiltration: Amit Shah

Kokrajhar (Assam): If the BJP forms a government in Assam, it will end illegal infiltration from Bangladesh, BJP president Amit

Mumbai dabbawalas pray for Lance Naik Hanumanthappa who is still in coma
Mumbai dabbawalas pray for Lance Naik Hanumanthappa who is still in coma

Mumbai: Mumbai Dabbawalas on Wednesday prayed for army man Hanumanthappa Koppad, who was miraculously found alive after remaining

This viral video of Siachen avalanche rescue operation is fake
This viral video of Siachen avalanche rescue operation is fake

New Delhi: After five days buried under 35 feet of ice and snow in a terrain where night temperatures plummet to minus 45°C,

Jamia launches official Facebook page of its Placement cell
Jamia launches official Facebook page of its Placement cell

  New Delhi: Up till now, students that have been clueless as to where can they stay updated about new placement and

Watch: Rampaging elephant damages around 100 houses in Siliguri
Watch: Rampaging elephant damages around 100 houses in Siliguri

Jalpaiguri: A rampaging elephant on Wednesday strayed from Baikunthapur forest area and entered Siliguri town damaging

Gurgaon: Shopping website Jabong's warehouse gutted in fire
Gurgaon: Shopping website Jabong's warehouse gutted in fire

Gurgaon: A warehouse here, belonging to shopping website Jabong.com, has been gutted in a fire, police said on Tuesday. The fire

Those who can't shun eating beef should not come to Haryana: BJP minister
Those who can't shun eating beef should not come to Haryana: BJP minister

Ambala: Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Tuesday stroked a fresh row saying those who cannot live without eating beef should

Akali Dal, BJP are like one party, our alliance is permanent: Sukhbir Singh Badal
Akali Dal, BJP are like one party, our alliance is permanent: Sukhbir Singh Badal

New Delhi:  Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal along with senior Shiromani Akali Dal leaders met BJP president

Punjabi comedian & actor Gurpreet Ghuggi joins Aam Aadmi Party in Chandigarh
Punjabi comedian & actor Gurpreet Ghuggi joins Aam Aadmi Party in Chandigarh

New Delhi: Popular comedian and Bollywood actor Gurpreet Ghuggi joined Aam Aadmi Party in presence of senior party leaders for

Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition on Day 3
Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition on Day 3

Mumbai: The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was on Wednesday delayed due to a technical snag in

Headley deposition: Indian atomic research centre was also a 26/11 target
Headley deposition: Indian atomic research centre was also a 26/11 target

Mumbai, Feb. 9: The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre was on the list of targets for the 26/11 terror attack, David Coleman Headley

Miracle at 20,500 ft: How Lance Naik Hanamanthappa beat death on Siachen
Miracle at 20,500 ft: How Lance Naik Hanamanthappa beat death on Siachen

New Delhi: After five days buried under 35 feet of ice and snow in a terrain where night temperatures plummet to minus 45°C,

Government panel recommends 27 per cent OBC reservation in private jobs
Government panel recommends 27 per cent OBC reservation in private jobs

New Delhi: A government panel has recommended 27 per cent reservation in private sector jobs for candidates belonging to Other