Relief operations shifted gears in cyclone-ravaged Cuddalore district and Puducherry on Sunday as traffic resumed on arterial roads and efforts mounted for restoring electricity and supply of essen

Mullaperiyar Special Cell chairman M.K.

Union Minister Vayalar Ravi on Sunday slammed his colleague and Home Minister P.

Lok Sabha on Monday passed the National Capital Territory of Delhi Laws (special provision) second bill, 2011.

The Home Ministry has given its approval to London-listed miner Vedanta Resources' buying majority stake in Cairn India for $8.7 billion.

The Home Ministry, while giving the security no-objection certificate (NOC), highlighted eight areas of concern, including 64 legal proceedings against Vedanta and its subsidiaries in various courts, sources privy to the development said.

The Kerala government on Monday gave an undertaking to the Centre that it would continue to provide the same quantum of water to Tamil Nadu, as is being given now, if a new dam was constructed in t

Protests are mounting in Kerala over the Mullaperiyar dam issue.

Sheila writes to Haryana to resume work on Munak

Delhi has sent yet another reminder to Haryana asking it to complete work on the long-pending Munak Canal. A simmering issue between the two States, the canal has been delayed for a long time for various reasons, mostly to do with money.

A six-member Central Government team will start its visit to Himachal tomorrow for assessing the damage to public property due to the monsoon this year.

The ongoing talks with the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Issac-Muivah) has entered a crucial stage with the Union home ministry ready to grant Nagaland the status of a special category sta