The outgoing Central Vigilance Commissioner has said that almost one out of three Indians are totally corrupt and one in two is ‘borderline’. The Commissioner Pratyush Sinha, who retired this week, has attributed the increase in wealth in the country for this rise in corruption.
India’s top tennis players have clarified that they will be participating in the New Delhi Commonwealth Games. The players have jointly issued a press statement clearing the air. The confirmation came just hours after they had send a letter to the All India Tennis Association (AITA) saying that they wouldn't ...
Fears are being expressed from several quarters that the organization or lack of it surrounding the Commonwealth games could be detrimental to India’s standing and may jeopardize the country’s chances of hosting the Olympics any time soon.
India’s intermediate range ballistic missile Angi-II was successfully test-fired by a team belonging to the Indian Army’s Strategic Forces Command.
The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has revealed that the original microchip on which the self-styled godman Paramahansa Nithyananda’s alleged acts of sleaze were recorded, would be sent for testing at a national laboratory.
The EN Rammohan Committee, set up to ascertain the causes of the recent Naxalite massacre that left 76 security personnel dead in Dantewada on April 6, has blamed ‘leadership failure’ for the heavy casualties in the attack.
The Unique Identification Number (UID) to be assigned to Indian citizens has received a new brand name – Aadhar, along with a new logo.
India’s first indigenous stealth warship, INS Shivalik, will be commissioned on April 29. The Indian Navy is expected to add strength with the INS Shivalik, an advanced vessel in terms of design, construction and weaponry, arriving in its ranks.
The new method of estimating poverty put forward by the Tendulkar Committee and adopted by the Planning Commission, puts the number of poor in India at 32.7 percent of the population.