The Baptist Church in Meghalaya on Saturday said that no political party has offered it any "money or sops" ahead of February 27 assembly polls to influence its members.
Meghalaya's ruling Congress has promised that it would create three lakh new jobs, besides promising to enhance Rs 5 lakh health insurance cover announced by the Central government, if it returns to power in the state.
Panic gripped residents of border villages in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district on Saturday when Pakistan army made loudspeaker announcements asking people living near the Line of Control (LoC) to move to safer areas.
Around 72 per cent of the voters exercised their franchise in the bypoll to Bijepur Assembly seat in Odisha's Bargarh district on Saturday, an Election Commission official said.
One of the four persons who received injuries in the attack on Odisha Labour Minister Sushant Singh's brother has died while undergoing treatment at a hospital in Cuttack, police said on Saturday.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Haryana is all set to make students in government schools of Haryana recite the "Gayatri Mantra" during morning prayers.
With India set to become home to the world's largest working population by 2022 and a global supplier of workforce, education, skill development and enhancing employability are the most urgent needs, former President Pranab Mukherjee said on Saturday.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday invited investors to invest in the sunrise state, promising to bring down the energy cost and assuring them that he is only a call away to address any problem.
Invoking the teachings of 12th century social reformer Basavanna, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday claimed that his party's government in Karnataka gave a clean administration in the last five years.
Heavy polling was recorded in the bypolls for two assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday, with 77.25 per cent voting recorded in Mungaoli constituency and 72.82 per cent in Kolaras at the end of polling, the Chief Election Officer (CEO) of Madhya Pradesh said. Average voting for the two seats stood at 75 per cent.