Stories By Avneet Arora
101 May 2015 Fri
The woman and her teenage daughter were on their way to visit a temple when they were allegedly molested and thrown off a moving bus. The young girl died on the spot, while her mother lies in hospital, seriously injured.
229 Apr 2015 Wed
India’s biggest tax reform initiative - the goods and services tax (GST) Bill - is facing stiff resistance from several Opposition parties, including the Congress party, which ironically was the first to propose it.
327 Apr 2015 Mon
The Indian government is pulling all stops to support its strategically important neighbour as Nepal grapples with the scale of Saturday's earthquake.
425 Apr 2015 Sat
Three casualties have been reported from the eastern province of Bihar and one from West Bengal. Mobile services were also affected in several parts.
524 Apr 2015 Fri
The vice-president of India's National Congress party took a nearly two-month sabbatical from active politics to assess his strategy. He returned last week to rally farmers against a land acquisition bill then focused on internet access rules in an appeal to youth.
622 Apr 2015 Wed
Security agencies said the shipment of 200 kilogrammes of heroin worth US$15 million was likely part of a trafficking operation from Afghanistan and Pakistan.
716 Apr 2015 Thu
More than 400,000 Internet users respond to a call by India's telecom regulator for feedback on whether firms should be able to charge more for faster online speeds.
809 Apr 2015 Thu
An Indian court has convicted the former chief of outsourcing giant Satyam, Byrraju Ramalinga Raju, and his aides over a massive accounting fraud.
908 Apr 2015 Wed
The ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Jammu and Kashmir said it would work towards a phased withdrawal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA).
1030 Mar 2015 Mon
India's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which swept into power in the capital region of Delhi in February, is now suffering from infighting after two senior members were expelled from its decision-making council.