‘Love Jihad’ is being widely discussed by the general public, the issue has come before the High Court of Kerala, and religious oranisations of various hues are levelling charges and counter-charges against each other, but the “truth” of the matter is yet unclear.
Life in Delhi turns a daily nightmare for women from North-East
Khap panchayats of northern India mock civilized legal system by ‘ordering’ death and exile
Islamabad accuses India of funding Taliban to destabilise Pakistan; Shashi Tharoor, AK Antony and SM Krishna rejects the allegation.
The Congress high command announced, on October 25, 2009, that Bhupinder Singh Hooda will take the oath as the chief minister of Haryana.
Dalai Lama, the banished leader of Tibet, will visit Arunachal Pradesh, the Indian state sharing its border with China, according to an aide of the spiritual leader.
With the results of the Assembly elections held in the three states of Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh out, the Congress Party has retained power in Maharashtra and Arunachal Pradesh, but has fallen short of absolute majority in Haryana.
Delhi will have a 4-layer security cordon for the Commonwealth Games to be held on October 3-14, 2010, covering all the venues, including the various sporting facilities and the Games Village.
The face-off between the Commonwealth Games Federation and the Commonwealth Games 2010 Organising Committee has taken a turn for the worse with the committee rejecting the Commonwealth Games Federation’s proposal to set up an independent monitoring committee to oversee the preparations for the Delhi Games and also demanding that Mike Hooper, chief executive officer of the event, be sacked forthwith.
India has successfully tested 2 advanced versions of Prithvi-II, the nuclear-capable ballistic missile, in quick succession, by destroying the targets accurately.