IC-814 hijack: BJP hits back at Congress criticism

New Delhi: The BJP on Friday hit back at the Congress' criticism of its handling of the 1999 IC-814 hijack crisis, and said the decision to release terrorist was taken at the "highest level".Continue Reading ...

Government regrets flight delays due to minister, staff

New Delhi: Following a central minister and a state official recently causing flight delays and inconvenience to air passengers and the Prime Minister's Office seeking a report on it, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju on Thursday expressed regrets and assured that such episodes would not recur.Continue Reading ...

Electricity bills of Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi are also in lakhs, then why target Arvind Kejriwal only?

A major controversy surrounded the Delhi Chief Minister recently over his electricity bill worth Rs. 91, 000 for two months. This was revealed in a RTI response. But according to a latest report exposed by a leading daily, it is not only Arvind Kejriwal who has been slapped with such a big amount as there are other prominent names in the list as well. Several ministers from the Union government are reportedly consuming electricity bills exceeding lakhs of rupees.Continue Reading ...

Why has Boko Haram killed 150 people in Nigeria?

Suspected militants of Boko Haram have killed at least 150 people in an attack in Nigeria’s north-eastern Borno state.Continue Reading ...

Sharif, Modi may meet on SCO summit sidelines: Pakistan

Islamabad: Pakistan did not rule out a possible meeting between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian premier Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the annual SCO summit in Russia next week.Continue Reading ...

Four arrested in Australia over banking fraud racket

Sydney:A routine traffic stop test for alcohol use in Australia led to the uncovering of an international fraud syndicate involving a global banking giant.Continue Reading ...

Darjeeling landslides: Toll hits 32; Mamata, Rijiju visit area

Siliguri/Kolkata: The toll in the landslides-ravaged Darjeeling hills of West Bengal rose to 32, with two more bodies being recovered on Thursday as relief and rescue operations continued in full swing, officials said.Continue Reading ...

UN declines comment on Amnesty report over Kashmir

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has declined comment over an Amnesty International report that blames India of not taking action against troops accused of atrocities in Jammu and Kashmir state.Continue Reading ...

19 killed in Pakistan military train crash, sabotage suspected

Islamabad: At least 19 people, including four army officers, were killed when three bogies of a special train carrying army officials fell into a canal and one other was derailed as a railway bridge collapsed.Continue Reading ...

India's Maggi noodles found safe in Canada

NEW DELHI: The Canadian food regulator on Friday announced that Nestle India's Maggi noodle products were safe for consumption. Continue Reading ...