The gold smuggling gang had reportedly smuggled about 150 kgs of gold into the country since September 2019.
ISRO’s giant autoclave completes an almost year-long journey by road from Nasik to Thiruvananthapuram
74-wheel Volvo FM heavy-duty truck carrying giant autoclave of ISRO reached Thiruvananthapuram from Nasik in one year
Hapur, UP: Muslim youth attack Hindus suspecting them of disclosing the location of Tablighi Jamaat members, five injured
Police in Hapur have arrested six rioters and lodged a complaint against several unknown miscreants who are now absconding
Kerala: Thousands defy social distancing guidelines to celebrate ‘Arattu’ festival in Thiruvananthpuram amidst coronavirus outbreak
Thousands of people participated in ‘Arattu’ procession of Malayinkeezhu Sree Krishna Swami Temple in Kerala
Union Minister Ravi Shakar Prasad summoned by Kerala court in a defamation case filed by Congress MP Shashi Tharoor
Ravi Shankar Prasad summoned by Thiruvananthapuram court for a defamation case filed by Shashi Tharoor
I will contest the next general elections against Shashi Tharoor and will defeat him, says cricketer S Sreesanth
Sreesanth has stated that he will contest against Shashi Tharoor in the next general elections and will defeat him.
Journalist helps spread a rumor that booth number 151 in Kovalam, Kerala was taking votes only for 'Lotus'.
Islamist fundamentalists backed by Congress block N Sitharaman’s roadshow in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala: Report
N Sitharaman was in Thiruvananthapuram to participate in a roadshow
Tharoor was shifted to a hospital where he has reportedly received multiple stitches on the head.
Mizoram Governor Kummanam Rajasekharan resigns, speculated to fight LS elections from Kerala against Shashi Tharoor
Mizoram governor Kummanam Rajasekharan resigns from post, amid speculations that he is going to contest Lok Sabha elections from Kerela
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People in Upper Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh have completely boycotted Chinese products since the Galwan valley clashes.
Media finds no evidence of mass sterilisations at ICE detention center, Upper Caste ‘racism’ and ‘casteism’ were blamed by a section of activists
Allegations have surfaced that mass sterilisations and forced hysterectomies were performed at ICE Irwin County Detention Center.
After the arrest of the Journalist who wrote for The Global Times, The Quint and others, a Chinese intel agent along with her Nepalese...
Earlier the Delhi police had arrested journalist Rajeev Sharma for possessing defense-related classified documents.
Chargesheet 59, that indicated a larger conspiracy to incite Delhi riots and named Umar Khalid and Safoora Zargar, admitted by court
The charge-sheet had stated that conspiracy to cause communal riots was hatched by Umar Khalid and his friends during Trump visit in India
VVIP chopper scam: CBI names middlemen Christian Michel, Rajiv Saxena and 13 others in a supplementary charge-sheet filed in AgustaWestland scandal
Accused-turned-approver Rajiv Saxena, middlemen Christian Michel and 13 others have been charge-sheeted in the Rs 3600 crore AgustaWestland scam
The tension between Indian and its Himalayan neighbour Nepal is likely to mount again as Nepal continues to provoke India.
Yuva Sena registered complaint against twitter user for calling Aaditya Thackeray "Baby Penguin" and Uddhav Thackeray "Aurangzeb"
An eyewitness tells media that Disha Salian was gang-raped by 4 men in the party held on the eve of her death: Here are...
An eyewitness has told News Nation that Disha Salian was gang-raped by 4 men in the party which she attended on the eve of her death on June 8.
“You are supposed to be unprejudiced,” investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala schools BJP-hater NDTV journalist Sreenivasan Jain
Without nothing left to say, Sreenivasan Jain laughed aloud and claimed, "I would love to think that I am unprejudiced."
From Ranbir Kapoor to Sanjay Dutt to Gauri Khan: The celebrities who flew ‘high’ and have battled drug addiction
Many Bollywood celebrities have confessed they had a drug problem at some point in their lives, some even went to jail for the same