|BJP questions Sonia, Rahul on Vadra charges; Cong says 'hold any probe'|
The BJP on Tuesday mounted attack on Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and Rahul, questioning their "silence" over a claim in a Times Now report that Robert Vadra had "links" with fugitive arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari.
|HC upholds BCCI appeal, Sreesanth ban to stay|
The court heard the appeal petition for the past two days and delivered its verdict, which has now for the time being ended Sreesanth's hopes of not just playing for Kerala Ranji side in its upcoming matches but also to take part in practise sessions at any place that comes under the BCCI or any state cricket association.
|Away from Middle East, India looks to US crude|
Indian refineries are starting to increase purchases as the country seeks to secure more supply from outside the Middle East. Refiners are testing both US sweet and sour crudes in their facilities, a common practice when importing crude from new sources.
|China to speed up power project in PoK|
Karot Hydropower Project is being built on Jhelum river on "Build-Own-Operate-Transfer" basis for 30 years. It will be owned by the Chinese company for 30 years, after which ownership will be turned over to the government of Pakistan.
|The rise and fall of the Islamic State group|
After brutalizing residents living under its command for more than three years, the militants are now battling to hang on to relatively small pockets of territory in Iraq and Syria, besieged by local forces from all sides.
|UN: 582,000 Rohingya have crossed into B'desh|
Some 582,000 Rohingya refugees have now fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since late August, the United Nations said on Tuesday, warning that thousands more were still stranded at the border. The UN said between 10,000 and 15,000 new refugees have arrived at the border in the last 48 hours alone.
|Temporary disruptive effect of GST over: Govt|
Economic Affairs Secretary SC Garg on Tuesday said the temporary disruptive effect of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is over as the manufacturing sector recorded positive growth of 3.1 per cent in August.