• Bal Thackeray: The tiger goes silent November 17, 2012

    The demise of Bal Thackeray at the age of 86 after prolonged illness on Saturday sent a wave of shock and grief among his supporters. ...
  • Odisha: SC rules bypassed in land allotment January 13, 2012

    Bhubaneshwar: A follow-up to an IBN Cobrapost investigations into the Orissa land scandal showed how Supreme Court guidelines were bypassed to allot land meant for the disadvantaged and war widows, to judges, who already own property. Land that was meant for the economically disadvantaged, war widows and people with special...
  • India's dying kids: Govt, systemic apathy to blame January 10, 2012

    New Delhi: India's children are dying of hunger. One in every 3 Indian kids is malnourished. The prime minister has called this finding a national shame. While releasing the first-ever Citizens' Hunger Report in the capital on Tuesday, the PM said only one in five Indian children had acceptable levels...
  • Raghav Bahl awarded honorary doctorate December 15, 2011

    Noida: Amity University on Thursday awarded an honorary doctorate to Raghav Bahl, the founder and managing director of Network18 for his immense contribution to the media. The university acknowledged the effort, which has contributed to the creation of Network18 a media empire across broadcast, print, Internet and cinema. While being...
  • The smart bomber: is terror a step ahead? September 7, 2011

    New Delhi: Wednesday's blast at the Delhi High Court has confirmed a growing belief that the terrorist is smarter and working a step ahead of our security apparatus. Consider this: concealing the bomb in a briefcase was apt for the High Court. Litigants, lawyers and visitors to court routinely carry...
  • Two arrested in BPO staff rape case in Delhi December 2, 2010

    New Delhi: Delhi Police have arrested two people for allegedly raping a 30-year-old call centre employee from Mizoram in a moving vehicle on November 24. Sources say a third suspect has surrendered in Ballabgarh court in Haryana. Police say the duo, identified as Shamshad and Usman, has a criminal background...
  • Meet 104-year-old Karkare, longest living IAF officer October 9, 2010

    Squadron Leader KB Karkare, 104, is India's longest living Air Force officer. ...
  • Ranger tries to tame tiger with stick; mauled August 23, 2010

    A ranger at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve was mauled by a tiger, which had accidentally strayed into a village, as he tried to tranquilize it using a stick. ...
  • Another twist in Delhi honour killing case June 22, 2010

    The case took a new twist after a cousin of the woman was also found shot dead on Tuesday. ...
  • Get real: Gear up for new reality TV shows July 15, 2009

    From finding a groom to living in a jungle, this is as real as it can get. ...
  • Dance bar ban forces dancers to turn sexworkers March 10, 2009

    Many dancers turned to the flesh trade after the ban on dance bars. ...
  • Gunned down Patna boy's sisters demand enquiry October 31, 2008

    Rahul Raj had held a bus hostage in the rush hour traffic in Mumbai. ...
  • Reel-ing under terror: Bollywood embraces a new theme September 12, 2008

    The push came after Anurag Kashyap's path-breaking movie Black Friday. ...
  • Rajbir's gun was not used in his murder: Police May 1, 2008

    Bangalore: Former India cricketer Javagal Srinath acknowledged Rahul Dravid's dignity and expects his stature to increase post retirement. No, it was not a surprise and it was a well planned one. He has done it at the right time and I completely endorse his decision, Srinath said on Dravid's retirement...
  • Rajbir's gun was not used in his murder: Police May 1, 2008

    Islamabad: The Federation of International Cricket Associations has criticized the International Cricket Council for its stance on Bangladesh's proposed tour of Pakistan. The ICC is prepared to allow non-neutral umpires to oversee the matches so as not to compromise the safety of ICC match officials, but it says it is...