ISRO calls off GSLV D-5 rocket launch from Sriharikota.
Revised launch date of GSLV D-5 will be announced later, says ISRO.
Panesar leaves Sussex after drunken urination incident
Sussex County Cricket Club have confirmed that Monty Panesar will be allowed to leave the Club at the end of the season.
The Club recently investigated the player after an incident took place on Monday, August 5 where both parties reached an agreement.
NDTV: ISRO halts launch of GSLV rocket because of a leak.
Woman files FIR about missing husband after 18 years
Eighteen years after her husband went missing, a woman lodged a missing complaint at Bhilad police station here, albeit not to trace him but to sell the property in his name to finance their daughter's marriage, police said today.
Manju Janaksinh Parmar (50), a resident of Borlai village of Umargam taluka here filed a complaint with Bhilad police last week stating that her husband, Janaksinh Parmar, had left home in January 1995 without informing her and has not returned yet.
Only two Muslims will vote for Narendra Modi, claims Rashid Alvi
Congress leader Rashid Alvi on Sunday laughed off Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's claim that he had got the support of 25% Muslims in his state and the party should try to reach out to the minorities across the country.
Four cops suspended, booked for BSP activist's custodial deathPTI
:A BSP activist died allegedly in police custody in Saharanpur district, following which four policemen were suspended and booked under murder charges.
Luchman Singh (58), a BSP activist and former gram pradhan died in a police station at the Rampur Maniharan town in Saharanpur district on Saturday, police said. Singh was taken into police custody in connection with an inquiry regarding the murder of his nephew, they said.
BJP's 'Mission 272+' is a comedy circus, says Shakeel Ahmed
Congress party general secretary Shakeel Ahmed on Monday took potshots at the BJP over its mission '272+' and Modi's reported claim that 25% Muslims in Gujarat had voted for him in the assembly elections.
Ministry failed to spend single rupee of rape relief funds
A CAG report shows that 'Relief to and Rehabilitation of Rape Victims' was among the three women-oriented schemes where the Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) failed to spend a single rupee between 2009 and 2012.
Actor Vijay thanks Jayalalithaa for clearing the road for Thalaivaa's release
All hurdles have been cleared for the release of Thalaivaa on Tuesday (Aug 20).
Ilayathalapathy Vijay has issued a press release expressing his gratitude to Chief Minister Jayalaithaa for taking time of her busy schedule to sort things out and help in the release of the film.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari calls all-party meet today to discuss possible changes in rules for smooth running of House.
Rajya Sabha adjourned minutes after uproar over demand for special status for Uttar Pradesh and onion crisis.Lok Sabha adjourned for the day after condoling deaths of sitting BJP member Dilip Singh Judeo and victims of naval submarine tragedy.
11.20 am:Congress decides to put Rahul Gandhi in the front, facade intact
While the Congress keeps the country guessing about its prime ministerial candidate in the next general elections, the party is quietly preparing to project Rahul Gandhi as its candidate for the top job.
Under construction 5-storeyed apartment collapses, 20 trapped in Bangalore.
12 people run over by train in Bihar
At least 12 people, most of them pilgrims, were crushed to death under the wheels of Saharsa-Patna Rajrani Express at Bhamara Railway Station in Bihar this morning.
The victims, mostly kanwarias (devotees of Lord Shiva), were standing on the railway tracks at the station when the Rajrani Express hit them at the station under Samastipur division of East Central Railway.
Youths turn car lifters to woo girlfriends, support flashy lifestyle
They never picked up their girlfriends using the same car twice. Eight men, all friends, wooed a number of women with their fleet of expensive cars, including Sedans and sports utility vehicles.
Their flashy lifestyle and craze for cars may not have bothered their girlfriends, but the Bangalore Police became suspicious when they intercepted a car with Tamil Nadu registration on the outskirts of Bangalore last week.
Rupee at record low as govt steps seem inadequate
The rupee fell to a record low on Monday as the government's steps unveiled last week seemed inadequate to stall the currency's fall.
The rupee fell as much as 62.40 to the dollar in early trade, breaching the previous low of 62.03 hit on Friday. It had closed at 61.65/66.
Rupee hits new record low at 62.34 vs dollar, reports NDTV.
Assam: One killed, another injured in police firing in Jorhat, reports NDTV
Govt's Rs. 8,000-cr plan for free tablets to students
With elections on its mind, the government is planning to distribute more than 20 million tablets to senior school students throughout the country in the current financial year. The order is expected to be worth Rs. 8,000 crore.
8.05 am:US woman attacked with blade on Mumbai train
An American woman was attacked with a blade on board a local train in Mumbai at around 5 pm today.
24-year-old Michelle Mark, who has been working in Mumbai for the past three years and commuting by train often, had boarded an empty compartment of the local at Churchgate station, which is on the western line. The man boarded the train at Marine Lines station and carried out the attack before the train reached Charni Road. Read more