Ishrat Jahan's mother doesn't want to fight for justice anymore

Ishrat Jahan, a 19-year-old woman from Mumbra near Mumbai, along with Amjadali Akbarali Rana, Zeeshan Johar, and Javed Shaikh alias Pranesh Pillai, was killed by a team of Gujarat police in an encounter on the outskirts of Ahmedabad in June 2004.

Experts come together at EMobility Summit to discuss green commuting

Govt's commitment can be gauged from the fact that it has lowered the GST on EVs: Gadkari; India's ambitious target to shift to electric vehicles is a bumpy road ahead, say experts; Global leaders from the sector worry that regime change will also lead to an altered policy

Rathwa-Koli community not Scheduled Tribe: PIL

The petitioners have contended that the Rathwa-Koli community is being treated as ST by the state government despite the fact that there are no presidential orders in this regard

India has made its decision on purchase of S400 system from Russia, held discussions on same with US: Jaishankar

"I am reasonably convinced of the power of my persuasion. It would be my hope that people understand why this particular transaction is important for us," said the confident minister.

Fit India: Youth cycles 26km blindfolded in Ahmedabad

Trivedi earlier has skated on road for 4.8 km with a blindfold while dribbling a basketball