11.15 pm: Rs 3,117 crore depoisted with SEBI: Sahara tells Supreme Court.
10.30 pm: Petrol price hiked by Rs. 1.69/litre, diesel by 50 paise.
6.20 pm: Girls visiting pubs wearing short dresses against Indian culture: Goa Minister.
4.12 pm: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee remains guarded over governor MK Narayanan's resignation, says not aware of the development yet.
3.30 pm: Digvijaya Singh's comment that 'Rahul is not a ruler by temperament' sparks debate, BJP mocks Congress.
2.55 pm: Sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan's sarod misplaced while he was travelling from London to Delhi.
2.30 pm: MK Narayanan resigns as West Bengal Governor (read more)
1.45 pm: President Pranab Mukherjee congratulates ISRO team over PSLVC23 launch (read more)
12.55 pm: Water cannons being used on BJP workers as the party protests against state government over deteriorating law and order conditions.
12.52 pm: BJP youth workers protest in Lucknow against SP government over power crisis (read more)
12.24 pm: SP leader Mehmood Alam raises pro-Pakistan slogans, arrested.
12:00 pm: Pallavi Purkayastha case: Watchman guilty of murder, molestation, sentencing on July
11:40 am: Bangla taking stern action against anti-India activity
11:20 am: Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa writes to Modi on fishermen issue
10.19 am: Prime Minister Modi congratulates scientists after the launch of PSLV C-23 rocket in Sriharikota
10.13 am: Five satellites successfully separated from PSLV C-23 rocket.
9.56 am: Prime Minister Narendra witnesses the launch of the 230 tonne PSLV C23
9.54 am: Sriharikota: PSLV C23 sucessfully launched into space
9.30 am: PSLV launch at Sriharikota delayed by 3 hours due to threat of space debris. PM Narendra Modi reaches ISRO centre to watch launch.
9.11 am: ISRO's PSLV C23 carrying five foreign satellites to be launched from Sriharikota today, PM to attend launch: Reports.
8.50 am: PM Narendra Modi will witness blast off as India gets ready to send space giants a message with the launch of the PSLV C23 today.
8.30 am: ISRO to launch PSLV C-23 with 5 foreign satellites today.
8.15 am: Death toll rises to 14 and 40 are still feared trapped under the debris of the 12 storey building collapse in Chennai.
8.00 am: Delhi University first cut-off list to be out today .