Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit Serves Defamation Notice to Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit filed a defamation suit against India Against Corruption activist and wannabe politician Arvind Kejriwal on Monday for allegedly using derogatory words against her. He has been directed to respond to the notice within two days. Oct 22, 2012

Techie Poses as Human Bomb to Rob Bank in Bangalore

A techie working with a major IT firm in Bangalore almost robbed off Rs.13 lakh from a private bank on Friday by posing himself as a human bomb before he was overpowered by security personnel while he was trying to run away with the cash. Oct 20, 2012

John Terry Accepts FA's Penalty for Racial Abuse

England defender John Terry will serve the four-match ban as he has decided not to appeal against the penalty slapped on him by the Football Association (FA) for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand. Oct 18, 2012

Supreme Court Asks RBI to Amend Regulations on FDI

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the government to amend the existing rules of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on or before November 5 in order to pave way for the implementation of the recent economic policies. Oct 15, 2012

Kejriwal Arrested During Protest March at PM's Residence

Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal and his aid Manish Shishodia were arrested by police on Friday, while staging a protest near the prime minister's 7 Race Course Road residence with a group of differently-abled people demanding the resignation of Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid in the light of a new scam. Oct 12, 2012

PIL Filed Against Robert Vadra; HC Seeks Centre's Response

The Allahabad High Court on Thursday admitted a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking an inquiry into the charges against Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, while directing the Central government to file its reservations in three weeks over the plea. Oct 11, 2012