'Mango people' coming back to haunt Robert Vadra, claims Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi: Releasing more papers that point to allegedly illegal business deals between Robert Vadra and the DLF group and favours done by the Haryana government to both, anti-corruption activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal looked at the gathered media and said with a slight smile: "...the mango people of this country sent us evidence and we are presenting that today."

Arvind Kejriwal: From 'Gandhigiri' to 'Netagiri'

New Delhi: When Arvind Kejriwal appeared on the scene with politics on his lips and a cap on his head - politicians dismissed him as a size-zero threat. But unlike many a newcomer in the past, the former Anna aide is forcing netas to change how the game of politics is played.

Cauvery row: Tamil Nadu to file contempt plea; DMK for Central rule in Karnataka

Chennai/ Bangalore: The sharing of Cauvery river water between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu is heading for another flashpoint. The Tamil Nadu government will be filing a contempt petition in the Supreme Court today against the Karnataka government for stopping the supply of Cauvery river waters.  This decision was taken at a meeting held to review the situation, chaired by Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa yesterday.

Asha Bhosle to be questioned in Varsha suicide case

Mumbai: Even as the last rites of Varsha Bhosle, daughter of playback singer Asha Bhosle, were performed on Tuesday, police remained clueless about the reasons behind her suicide.