SC slams Karunanidhi Govt as virtual shutdown prevails in Tamil Nadu

New Delhi, Oct. 1 : The Supreme Court on Monday came down heavily on the DMK-led Tamil Nadu Government for virtually ignoring its order on a shutdown call given by the ruling alliance over Sethusamudram Ship Canal Project.

Warning the State Government of initiating contempt of court proceedings, a bench headed by acting Chief Justice B N Aggarwal and Justice P Sathasivam said: “If there is no compliance with our order, it is complete breakdown of Constitutional machinery. We will then have to direct the government to impose President's rule.”

ISRO To Build Up Satellite Navigation System

Sias ISROISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair has announced that the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is building up a

Earth Is A Borderless Unit, Says Sunita Williams

williams_sunitaHyderabad: Sunita Williams said that the earth is a borderless unit, and experiencing it could alter people perceptual knowledge. While talking to the pupils and media-persons at the 58th International Astronautical Congress in Hyderabad, She said, “When you are in space, what hits you is the futility of drawing maps and marking boundaries.

4 Dengue Cases Confirmed In AIIMS

AIIMSNew Delhi: Dengue has affected All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) once again with four students of the hospital campus presently going through treatment for suspected dengue.

The hospital authorities have confirmed that two doctors are already undergoing treatment at the hospital for mosquito-borne disease and two more were diagnosed with dengue on Saturday.

Bangalore ODI: Tight security at Chinnaswamy Stadium

Bangalore, Sept. 29 : Tight security arrangements have been made around the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, where first of the seven one-day internationals between India and Australia is being played today.

"We have also ensured that this time we will not have paper badges. We have security and electronic bands which are given to the security staff who are in the stadium apart from the policemen," said B.N.S. Reddy, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Bangalore.

We’re Ready To Beat Aussies Once Again, Says M.S. Dhoni

Bangalore: A positive India Captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, on Friday sated that the Twenty20 World Cup victory was the past thing, and the Indian group was now all set to play some tough match agai