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Foreign Secy to brief par panel on China standoff

NEW DELHI: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will brief a parliamentary committee tomorrow on the issue of the Sino-India standoff at the border tri-junction with...

Navy sends ships to rescue 800 tourists from an Andaman Island

Four ships of the Indian Navy were sailed on Wednesday morning to evacuate about 800 tourists from Havelock Island in Andaman and Nicobar (A&N)...

Pro-jallikattu protesters displayed Osama Bin Laden pictures: Tamil Nadu CM

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam on Friday told the assembly that the protesters on the Marina Beach in Chennai rallying against Jallikattu ban...

EC issues notification for Vice-Presidential election

NEW DELHI: According to a notification issued by the Returning Officer for the Vice-Presidential election and Secretary General Rajya Sabha, elections to fill the...

JNU prof arrested for ‘sexual harassment’ of students

New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) professor Atul Johri was today arrested for allegedly sexually harassing several women students of the institute, police said.Students...

KARNATAKA ELECTIONS: Modi blasts Congress and JD-S, says they have secret pact

TUMAKURU(KARNATAKA): Claiming that the Congress and the JD(S) have entered into a “secret” pact for the Karnataka Assembly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said...

‘450 communal incidents in UP in 3 years’

NEW DELHI: Altogether 450 incidents of communal violence took place in Uttar Pradesh in the last three years, 162 of which were reported in...

UP govt issues directives on use of loudspeakers

LUCKNOW: After receiving flak from the Allahabad High Court over noise pollution in Uttar Pradesh, the government on Sunday issued detailed directives on the...

80 shops gutted in Delhi fire

At least 80 shops were gutted after a major fire broke out in the city's Chandani Chowk area on Monday night, officials said on...

Kanhaiya Kumar’s health worsens, hospitalised in Delhi

New Delhi, May 06 (KMS): The President of the Students Union of Delhi’s Jawaharlal University, Kanhaiya Kumar, who has been on hunger strike for...

JNU protest : FIR registered against students for wrongful restraint

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police has registered two FIRs against students of Jawaharlal Nehru University here, a day after they gheraoed the administration block...

Lightning claims two lives in Rajasthan

Two persons, including a woman, were killed after being struck by lightning in separate incidents in Jhalawar district which was lashed by unseasonal rains,...

Delhi court awards 3 yrs jail to ex-diplomat for spying for Pak ISI

NEW EKHI: Former diplomat Madhuri Gupta, who had served at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, was today sentenced to three years in jail...

Aadhaar law may not be set aside on account of denial of benefits: SC

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today said that issues such as denial of benefits to citizens for either want of Aadhaar or due to...

Sixth straight day of washout in Lok Sabha

New Delhi: The Lok Sabha was adjourned for the day Monday amid continuing protests by regional parties over various issues. It was the sixth straight...

Meeting between PM Modi, Pak PM Abbasi unlikely during CHOGM

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is unlikely to have bilateral talks with his Pakistani counterpart Shahid Khaqan Abbasi when the two attend the...

About Rs 2 lakh cr deposited in banks till Saturday afternoon: Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said around Rs 2 lakh crore has been deposited till 12.15 pm on Saturday in banks across the country, following...

No records of any previous “surgical strike”: DGMO

New Delhi: The Directorate General of Military Operations of the Army does not have records of any “surgical strike” conducted before September 29, 2016. Responding...

India turns to Israel for armed drones as Pakistan, China build fleets

The Indian government approved the air force's request to acquire 10 Heron TP drones from Israel.NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has accelerated plans to...

Dera violence: Uneasy calm prevails in Haryana, Punjab

CHANDIGARH: An uneasy calm prevailed on Sunday in Haryana and Punjab where curfew was relaxed at some places that were hit by violence in...

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