The Central Bureau of Investigation arrested on Tuesday arrested former Enforecement Directorate Joint Director J P Singh and three others on charges of bribery to dilute probe in the IPL spot fixing scandal.
The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has decided to crack the whip on those who fail to verify cash deposits of Rs 5 lakh or more during the demonetisation drive, while deciding to go easy on “low-risk cases”. It has also asked officers to ac…
PM Narendra Modi has urged the US to take a “reflective, balanced and far-sighted” perspective on the movement of skilled professionals, indicating India’s discomfort with the Trump administration’s intent to curb H-1B visas.
The Supreme Court has made it very risky for any organisation to publish a survey on alleged corruption in lower judiciary. The court said on Tuesday that the law permitted one or many trial courts to make a reference to a high court to launch contem…
Foreign secretary S Jaishankar said that India remained "strongly committed" to maintaining good relations with China, but without making any compromises on its stand on major issues of differences between the Himalayan neighbors.
India adds thousands of cars onto its roads daily but is miles behind most countries in ensuring they meet emission laws. In some cases, the laws are not even stringent enough and auto makers have enough loopholes to push their cars through them. A…
The extradition of Vijay Mallya may happen sooner than expected. After a meeting between officials from UK and India on extradition and mutual legal assistance, Indian sources said they received a “positive” response from UK.
"There is a speciality in India. We are less influenced by things which are Indian and are influenced by those things coming from outside. There are many serious institutions in India, NGOs, government organisations which do research on this issue. A…
The Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned the source of money in the bank accounts of social activist Teesta Setalvad and others, which were frozen by Ahmedabad police in 2015 after allegations of misappropriation.
The second edition of the India Today School Summit brought together eminent educationists, who offered a look ahead at the country's schooling system.
With Sasikala's arrest and the AIADMK divided into warring camps, all eyes are on the contest between Panneerselvam and Palaniswami.
Storyboard of the week.
A one-on-one session with Subodh Gupta, a well-known contemporary artist who plays with sculptures, painting, photographs, and installations.
From kitesurfing to AAP in Norway, this is what went viral on social media this week.
In the last week, we've moved from 'post-truth' to 'alternative facts'. Had Padmini not existed, we would've had to invent her. And we have.
The BJP falls short of a clear majority in Lucknow, yet is a frontrunner in three out of four states, predicts the India Today-Axis pre-poll survey. The Congress is poised for a majority in Punjab.
The Congress and AAP gun for the Badals, accusing them of amassing personal wealth. But the incumbents remain confident of returning to power.
Bureaucratic paralysis in the defence ministry leaves soldiers to buy their own medals.
There's never a dull moment in the south as India Today's first south conclave proved, with VK Sasikala and four chief ministers in attendance.
India Today's first South Conclave had political leaders of every hue in attendance, including the entire Tamil Nadu cabinet.
Veer Singh, 33, talks about his initiative - Vidyaloke - that connects teachers of ancient Indian wisdom with prospective students during an interview.
Suhasini Mani Ratnam founded the Naam Foundation in 2010 to empower single women from underprivileged backgrounds. It works with women volunteers, who are called Naam Thozhigal, and has its own anthem.
Siddhant Shah, a heritage architect, made the country's first 'museum braille book' for City Palace Museum, Jaipur. During an interview, he talks about helping cultural organisations become accessible to the differently-abled.