Tension prevailed in Vellalapatti village near Karuppur, as unidentified miscreants damaged the statue of B.R. Ambedkar in the early hours of Friday. While two youths attempted to self immolate themselves, the cadre of Viduthalai Chiruthaigal
The Supreme Court’s judgment on women’s entry to Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple is likely to create a host of controversies and accompanying problems across the society, the Pandalam Palace Managing Committee chairman. P. Ramavarma Raja, has
Security forces on Sunday launched a search operation in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir following an exchange of fire with militants, the police said. The forces came under fire while laying a cordon at
The Supreme Court, in a majority opinion on Wednesday, upheld Aadhaar as a reasonable restriction on individual privacy that fulfils the government’s “legitimate aim” to provide dignity to a large, marginalised population living in abject
There’s more to Swachh Bharat than building toilets, washing hands with soap and declaring villages and districts open-defecation free. Clean India is a giant leap towards making the nation disease free, not just from infectious
Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday urged all the dignitaries, leaders and politicians to minimise their visits to the temple town of Tirumala and thereby give scope for common people to worship the deity.
India’s shock move to ban high-denomination currency notes almost two years ago caused much hardship, with limited benefits. As the dust settles on the demonetisation episode, the data show it didn’t weed out black money