Model says Raj Kundra’s assistant wanted her to get nude during auditions, says she is receiving threats, abusive calls
Model Sagarika Shona Suman has made stunning allegations against Raj Kundra who is currently involved in a pornography scandal.
Study shows that dowry payment is more prevalent among Sikhs and Christians, even Muslims are ahead of Hindus in this practice
‘CM Amarinder Singh managed the farmers and sent them to Delhi’: Former Congress Punjab chief’s speech raises questions
Sunil Jakhar said that Amarinder Singh handled the farmer protests ably in an event to unveil Navjot Singh Sidhu as new chief.
Government and Policy
Thousands of Afghans who worked for US troops now face Taliban’s death trap, US govt announces Operation Allies Refuge
Over 18,000 Afghans who had worked for the US troops have reportedly applied for the Special Immigration Visa, fearing Taliban's revenge.
Supreme Court dumps IIT study that showed firecrackers are not a major cause of pollution, dismisses plea challenging ban on sale
Supreme Court said that one does not need IIT to say that firecrackers are bad for health, dismissed IIT-Kanpur study on causes of air pollution
Tamil Nadu: Hindu activist and Indu Makkal Katchi Chief Arjun Sampath arrested for protesting against destruction of temples in Coimbatore
Hindu activist and Indu Makkal Katchi (IMK) Chief Arjun Sampath was arrested in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, for protesting against the Coimbatore Corporation and the Tamil Nadu government
J&K police shoot down Pakistani drone carrying 5 kg explosives near Jammu, says it is similar to drone used in IAF station attack
ADG Mukesh Singh said that the drone, shot in Kanachak, was made using parts procured from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
‘Anti-terrorism measure, no signboard’: Read why police went knocking on The Wire’s door ahead of 15th August
The Wire editor Siddharth Varadarajan claims that the office of the media portal was visited by a policeman on Friday.
Carnage not over: Suvendu Adhikari meets Amit Shah, says post-poll violence in West Bengal still ongoing
Suvendu Adhikari said that the post-poll carnage is not over in West Bengal nearly two months after the assembly elections.
Was Namaz read inside Badrinath temple premises? What did the police say? All you need to know about the controversy
Chamoli Police has clarified that the Namaz was performed by the Muslim construction workers not at the Badrinath temple shrine but at a parking facility 700 metres away, without a maulvi and loudspeakers.