Headley reveals that 26/11 attacks had been planned one year in advance

Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley revealed in a Special Court that the dastardly 26/11 attacks in Mumbai was planned out over a year in advance by various groups and agencies of Pakistan, here on Tuesday. Continue Reading ...

David Headley reveals Pakistan's role in 2008 Mumbai terror strike

Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley on Monday revealed a goldmine of information for Indian authorities on various aspects leading to the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, while deposing via video conference from a US jail before Special TADA Court Judge G.A. Sanap here.Continue Reading ...

Alive Siachen soldier in critical condition

An Indian Army soldier, found alive six days after being presumed dead under 25 feet of snow following an avalanche at the Siachen glacier, is critical and has been flown to a hospital in Delhi, officials said. Continue Reading ...

Tamil Nadu Triple Death: CB-CID report finds that they didn't drown

The CB-CID probe report on the case of three college students found murdered in Tamil Nadu is out. Continue Reading ...

27% quota for OBCs in private sector soon?

Reigniting the debate on reservation, National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC), today forwarded a proposal to government demanding 27% quota for OBCs in private companies. Continue Reading ...

One of the ten soldiers found alive at Siachen glacier

Ten army soldiers had been buried alive at the avalanche in Siachen glacier. It is reported that one of the ten army soldiers who had been buried alive in Siachen glacier area of Ladakh region has been rescued alive, the rest are confirmed dead. Continue Reading ...

#JusticeForDivansh: CBI enquiry initiated

The father of Divyansh Kakrora, the six-year-old boy who drowned in a septic tank in Ryan International School, is to meet Satish Upadhyay of the BJP. He is expected to seek a meeting with Home Minister, Rajnath Singh. Continue Reading ...

PM Modi condoles Koirala's death

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday condoled the death of former Nepal prime minister Sushil Koirala, saying "India lost a valued friend". Continue Reading ...

Protest shutdown called by separatists on Afzal Guru's death anniversary

A protest shutdown called by the separatists on the third death anniversary of parliament attack convict Afzal Guru on Tuesday adversely affected life across the Kashmir Valley as authorities imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar city. Continue Reading ...

Plea for probe into DDCA malpractices dismissed by HC

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed a plea filed by former Indian cricketers Kirti Azad and Bishan Singh Bedi demanding a court-monitored investigation by the CBI into alleged criminal offence committed by DDCA officials. Continue Reading ...

#RightToPuja: NDA bats for equality; State of Kerala thinks govt shouldn't intervene

While women activists call for the right to worship at all places of worship, the NDA government has made a spectacular U-turn. Continue Reading ...

Sikh actor asked to remove his turban; Barred from Aeroméxico flight

A well-known Sikh actor, Waris Ahluwalia, became the latest victim of racial discrimination when Aero Mexico stopped him from boarding one of their flights as he refused to remove his turban. Continue Reading ...

Zuckerberg commits to break down barriers to connectivity in India

A day after India's telecom watchdog said no to Facebook's Free Basics, the social networking giant's founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg conveyed his disappointment in a post but conveyed his commitment to keep working to break down barriers to connectivity in India. Continue Reading ...

#HeadleyNailsPak: David Headley's journey from terrorist to approver

New Delhi: David Headley grew up in a strict Pakistani boarding school before becoming a barman at his family tavern in Philadelphia in the US and making contacts with Pakistani spy agencies who made him play a key role in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack. Continue Reading ...

Pakistan betrays India again; says, "No evidence against Masood Azhar"

Pakistan it seems leaves no opportunity unturned of backstabbing and betraying India whenever possible. Not only has it been encouraging terrorism in the region but has also been seen to be backing it instead of uprooting the menace. Continue Reading ...

#InternetAzaadi: Big win for Net Neutrality campaigners; Rs 50000 fine per day for discriminatory tariffs

Telecom watchdog TRAI has pitched for net neutrality which has come as a big jolt to Social Media giant Facebook’s ‘Free Basics’ initiative. TRAI has come out with a regulation which essentially mandates that no service provider shall charge differential pricing for their services. Continue Reading ...

#TNTripleDeaths: CBCID report rules out 'death by drowning'

Chennai: In a startling turn of events, the Crime Branch Crime Investigation Department (CBCID) on Monday told the Madras High Court that the death of three girls of S.V.S. Medical College of Yoga and Naturopathy and Research Institute, Villupuram, was not due to drowning. Continue Reading ...

26/11 attacks terrorist Headley deposes before Mumbai court via video conferencing

Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist David Coleman Headley, who is now an approver in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case, started his deposition before a Special TADA Court via videoconferencing from a US jail, here at daybreak on Monday. Continue Reading ...

NDA can't back gender bias: Mahesh Sharma

On the eve of Supreme Court verdict on the rights of women to enter the Sabrimala Temple, the Centre has taken a u-turn on the ‘Right to Puja’ issue and has taken a stand on the same. Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma said, “NDA government cannot back Gender discrimination.” Continue Reading ...

Don't harass innocent Muslims: Shahi Imam to Modi

New Delhi: Prominent Muslim leader Syed Ahmed Bukhari on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said innocent Muslims must not be harassed in the name of fighting the Islamic State terror group. Continue Reading ...

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