Assembly Elections

Latest news and updates from assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram

The BJP has claimed that the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh is in minority

For all his angst against Adani, Rahul Gandhi chose Kamal Nath who rallied behind Adani for power plant in Chhindwara

Kamal Nath is believed to be close to Gautam Adani, whom Rahul Gandhi has frequently accused of being a 'crony capitalist'

As Congress factions create chaos, Rahul Gandhi quotes Tolstoy and Congress tweets ‘game’ links

The Assembly Elections in three states, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh saw Congress successfully push BJP out of power

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NIA nails top separatist leaders, Kashmiri separatist leaders admit their involvement in terror funding case

Masarat Alam told that Pakistan based agents channeled the funds through hawala operators which were transferred to the separatist leaders including Syed Shah Gilani.

PM Modi calls for a meeting of presidents of all parties to discuss “one nation, one election”

PM Mod has on several occasion reiterated the 'one Nation one poll' concept

Imran Khan advised Sarfaraz Ahmed to bat first against India, the Pakistan captain did the opposite

Imran Khan said that Sarfaraz Ahmed must win the toss and bat first, but the Pakistan Cricket captain chose to field first

Pakistan fails to fulfil 25 of 27 action points given by terror finance watchdog FATF

IMF, the World Bank and the EU may continue downgrading Pakistan causing more financial woes for the already poorly performing economy.

Pakistan shares inputs of a possible terror attack in Kashmir with India

It is being said that Pakistan shared the inputs regarding the possible terror attack with India to avoid blame in future and save its face before the international community.

Obligated by the agreement with Modi, Swiss authorities to share details of 50 Indians nationals holding accounts in Swiss banks

Since Modi came to power, money parked by Indians in Swiss banks started reducing drastically

Indian army conducts ‘Operation Sunshine-2’ with Myanmar army, camps of northeast militants targeted

70-80 militants belonging to various terror groups have been detained by the Indian army

Western Railways drops proposal of providing massage services to passengers in train

There were other suggestions and representations made for improving passenger amenities which the Western Railway will now consider instead of the message proposal

West Bengal: Agitating doctors ready to hold talks with CM Mamata Banerjee after deciding the venue

The gridlock between the agitating doctors in West Bengal and the state authority reaches its sixth day

India v Pakistan: The game in numbers

Pakistan has dominated India in cricket in the 80s and 90s. But the fortunes have been in India's favour since 2003.

Times of India whitewashes Aligarh murder, downplays brutality, blames social media for ‘communal spin’

Since AltNews' attempts to whitewash the crimes and downplay the brutality has failed, elements in mainstream media has taken it upon themselves to push the narrative.

In the biggest crackdown on terror funding, NIA registers cases against top separatist leaders, Hawala operators and stone pelters

The NIA investigation attempts to identify other key players in the nexus of the terror funding, stone-pelting at the forces and vandalization of government institutes

AAP MP Sanjay Singh exposes ignorance about symbolic protest, questions why protesting doctors have injury at the same place

AAP MP Sanjay Singh does not know doctors are wrapping symbolic bandages protesting against attacks on doctors in WB

Ajaz, a civil police officer, hacked to death his colleague Soumya Pushpakaran with a sword, set her on fire

The accused suffered burns while trying to set her ablaze and has been admitted to a hospital

As India takes on Pakistan in Cricket World Cup, here is a trip down memory lane

While the World Cup matches between the 2 sides have been mostly one-sided, they have produced some really memorable events that stick long into the memory

Chhattisgarh: Pakistan Army gun recovered from Maoists, strengthens suspicion of their links with Pakistani terrorists

The NIA had tightened its investigation on an inter-state module involving Jharkhand and Telangana while also actively probing the Maoist trail in Telangana

Rahul Gandhi got conned by his own men: Report says ‘Big Data’ head Praveen Chakravarty billed Congress 24 crores and is now absconding

A day prior to election results, Rahul Gandhi had reportedly even contacted UPA allies and offered to accommodate them in the cabinet.

Bengal doctors crisis: A state which has pulled out of Ayushman Bharat, the poor are the worst affected of Mamata’s apathy

Further escalation of the crisis will be detrimental to the interests of the patient community at large.

Hyderabad: Azam, a self-styled godman, arrested for raping a 19-year-old girl in a Dargah on the pretext of chasing away evils

On returning from the Dargah, the accused Azam, again allegedly raped the girl, said the police.

Unforgettable and controversial moments of India-Pak World Cup Cricket matches

India has been the daddy of Pakistan in previous six ODI World Cup encounters, so it's not surprising that ICC chose 'Father's Day' for this much awaited World Cup clash between India and Pakistan

No single game is more important than the other, Kohli tells the fans

On the eve of India-Pakistan clash, Virat Kohli looked pretty relaxed and asked the fans to enjoy the match.

World Cup preview – India v Pakistan: Let the party begin

Sadly, it looks like the match will be washed out because of rain.

Babar Azam wants to emulate Virat Kohli’s match-winning abilities

Baba Azam has often been compared to Kohli, and some Pakistani experts have even called him better than Virat Kohli.

Mamata Banerjee ‘accepts demands’ but claims ‘outsiders causing the stir’, hits out at media when asked if she will visit NRS Hospital

Mamata Banerjee's appeal to the protesting doctors to end the strike and resume work has been declined by the junior doctors who said that there was no honest effort on the part of the Chief Minister to break the deadlock and that what she said in the press conference was not true.

Parody nation: Provincial govt of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa live streamed its press conference with cat filter on

While the press conference was being broadcast live on the Facebook page of the government, a cat filter on the video got accidentally turned on.

I am a single parent, and I have superpowers

In India, or maybe everywhere else too, single parents are taboo. Single mothers even more so, because, our society, however classy, and advanced it might pretend to have become, still hasn't adjusted to the idea of a woman existing without being validated by a man.

Mamata didi, we upheld our Hippocratic oath during trying times, you failed the allegiance you swore to the Constitution

The Bengal Health Crisis has escalated to immense proportions. With Doctors across the state submitting their resignations, Mamata Banerjee has a severe crisis on her hands.

Village officer issues order to demolish and remove crosses planted by Church on encroached land near Sabarimala

Crosses have been planted on the sacred lands of Panchalimedu, believed to be a place inhabited by Pandavas during the 12 years of exile.

The elite apathy of self-consumed Indians and self-identified ‘South Asians’

The truth is that none of this lot feels a thing when the name Hindu is napalmed, no, irradiated like Chernobyl actually, because it doesn't affect them much.