Andhra Pradesh boat capsize: Death toll rises to 19, 4 person missing

Andhra Pradesh boat capsize: Death toll rises to 19, 4 person missing

The death toll in the boat capsize incident in Krishna River near Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh has climbed to 19 following the recovering of three more bodies this morning, according to the reports. State disaster response and fire services department’s director general N Satyanarayana said while two bodies were recovered by teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), another was fished out by personnel of his department.

Lady files petition to nullify marriage after `forced conversion in Kerala High Court

Lady files petition to nullify marriage after `forced conversion in Kerala High Court

A 25-year-old woman has moved the Kerala High Court against a man who allegedly forced her to convert to Islam, forged documents to marry her and was planning to take her to Syria and sell her to Islamic State terrorists as a sex slave.

Green Court: 2-Wheelers, Govt Servants and Women Not Exempt from Odd-Even

Green Court: 2-Wheelers, Govt Servants and Women Not Exempt from Odd-Even

Green Court, on Saturday, delivered a blistering criticism of the Delhi government`s plan to implement the Odd-Even road rationing scheme and pointing to various other measures that was not taken, said the government should not "test its patience".

Supreme Court declines plea to declare Hindus as minority in eight states

Supreme Court declines plea to declare Hindus as minority in eight states

The Supreme Court refused to entertain a petition seeking its direction to Centre to grant minority status to Hindus in eight states, on Friday. The bench headed by Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that issue needed to be decided by National Commission for Minorities and asked the petition to approach the commission.

NGT Slams Brakes on Odd-Even Return, Says No Odd-Even until it is Proved Effective

NGT Slams Brakes on Odd-Even Return, Says No Odd-Even until it is Proved Effective

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) rapped Arvind Kejriwal government for announcing the Odd-Even scheme in Delhi despite the Central Pollution Control Board’s report that it was ineffective. The NGT further asked the Delhi government to first prove that the Odd-Even scheme has reduced pollution or else it will stay the imposition of the scheme.

Government To Implement Odd-Even Formula to join battle against pollution

Government To Implement Odd-Even Formula to join battle against pollution

Residents of Delhi-National Capital Region continue to battle dense smog. The Aam Aadmi Party led Delhi government has decided to implement the odd-even car rationing scheme for five days- from November 13 to November 17.

Air quality in most UP cities turns toxic after Delhi; Noida worst affected

Air quality in most UP cities turns toxic after Delhi; Noida worst affected

The dangerous ‘gas chamber’ effect in Delhi has now spread to nearby states, with air pollution levels in parts of Uttar Pradesh nearing toxic levels, confirmed officials on Thursday.