Bofors Whistleblower Reveals Self after 25 Years; Clears Rajiv Gandhi's Name

The mystery man, who shook the Swedish and Indian government 25 years ago by leaking the documents related to Bofors to the media, has finally come out in the open. Former Swedish Police chief Sten Lindstrom said in an interview to that he was the whistleblower who leaked the documents. Apr 25, 2012

People's Court Rules in Favour of Hikaka; Maoists to Free Abducted MLA

When the hopes of freeing Biju Janata Dal (BJD) MLA Jhina Hikaka from the captivity of the Maoists dwindled following fresh demands from the rebels, something dramatic happened. The rebels have decided to release the young legislator on Thursday. People's court ruled in favour of the MLA. Apr 25, 2012

Pakistan to Test Long-range Missile; Is it a Reply to India's Agni-V?

Just a few days after India successfully test fired Agni-V, a solid fueled Inter-continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) that is capable of reaching deep into Asia and Europe, its neighbour Pakistan has announced its plan to conduct a long-range missile test over the next few days. Apr 24, 2012

CBI Indicts Congress Leader, Police For 1984 anti-Sikh Riots

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday indicted senior Congress leader Sajjan Kumar for allegedly inciting a mob of miscreants that led to 1984 anti-Sikh riots as the agency finished its investigation. Meanwhile, it also accused a section of Delhi police department of letting rioters having a free run. Apr 23, 2012

SP Names APJ Abdul Kalam as Next President

A day after Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar expressed his party's stand to elect an non-political person as the next president, Samajwadi Party (SP) has named the former President APJ Abdul Kalam for the top post. Apr 23, 2012

Hazare Denies Friction Within His Team

Veteran social activist Anna Hazare, who is spearheading India Against Corruption's (IAC) anti-corruption movement snubs the media report of a possible friction among his team members. Apr 23, 2012

India Relying too Much on Other Countries for Critical Weapons? China Thinks So

India is still in celebration mood following the successful launch of Agni-V, its first Inter-continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) on Thursday (April 18) but China thinks India will be helpless without the support of other countries. Global Times, owned by the Communist Party of China, said that India rely too much on other countries for its weapons. Apr 23, 2012

Chhattisgarh: CM to Form Sub-committee to Free Abducted DC

To secure the release of Sukma District Collector (DC) Alex Paul Menon, who was abducted by Maoists on Saturday, Chhattisgarh government has decided to form a sub-committee with Chief Minister Raman Singh as the chairman. Apr 23, 2012