The government of Karnataka to fly Siachen soldier's body to Dharwad

The Karnataka government is arranging a plane to fly the body of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad from Delhi to Dharwad along with his family members, an official said on Thursday.Continue Reading ...

Delhiites support odd-even plan, but want better transport

New Delhi: Public sentiment on Thursday was by and large positive on re-implementation of the odd-even scheme for traffic restriction from April 15, though residents felt that better public transport and fewer exemptions were needed to curb pollution in Delhi. Continue Reading ...

Press Club condemns anti-India slogans by Kashmir students

The Press Club of India (PCI) on Thursday condemned the raising of anti-India slogans by Kashmiri students in the PCI compound to protest the execution of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru in Tihar Jail in 2014. Continue Reading ...

I feel better having resigned from TERI: Ex-employee

New Delhi: The woman who lodged a sexual harassment case in February last year against environmentalist R.K. Pachauri said on Thursday that TERI can't give a secure working environment to women employees and she felt better after leaving the organisation. Continue Reading ...

Nation salutes Siachen soldier Hanumanthappa's valour

One of the ten army soldiers, Lance Naik Hanumanthappa, who had been rescued from the Siachen glacier avalanche has passed away after battling for life for two days due to multiple organ failure. Continue Reading ...

Odd-even plan is temporary, we've long-term solution for Delhi's pollution: Prakash Javadekar

Delhi's experiment with odd-even car days was a "short-term solution" but the union government was putting in place steps which would result in a permanent solution on the rising level of air pollution, says a senior minister. Continue Reading ...

BJP demands apology from Congress to Ishrat encounter heroes

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday demanded an apology from the Congress hours after Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley revealed that Ishrat Jahan was a member of the terror outfit. Continue Reading ...

Time has come for India and Pakistan to resolve Siachen issue: Pak High Commissioner

Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad, a brave heart who was retrieved from the depths of the Siachen avalanche which killed nine Indian soldiers, passed away today around 11:45 in the morning. Following his demise, Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit said that it was high time India and Pakistan resolved the issue. Continue Reading ...

#JusticeForDivyansh: CBI enquiry finds there was no delay in action

A CBI investigation into the death of a Divyansh Kakrora, a six-year-old student of Ryan International School, has been going on for the last two days and CCTV footage from the school campus shows that the Ryan International officials had rushed the child to the hospital within an hour of him going missing. Continue Reading ...

Musharraf in hospital; critical

Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf was on Thursday taken to a Karachi hospital after he fainted and his condition turned critical, media reports said. Continue Reading ...

Pachauri case: Police to file a chargesheet within 15 days

New Delhi: Police on Thursday told the Delhi High Court that it was likely to file a chargesheet within 15 days in the sexual harassment case registered in February last year against environmentalist R.K. Pachauri by a former TERI colleague. Continue Reading ...

Facebook cuts off Free Basics service from India

Facebook had cut off its Free Basics service for India three days after the country's telecom watchdog said no to discriminatory pricing of data content. Continue Reading ...

Nitish targeted by Bihar BJP leaders over Ishrat Jahan case

Patna: After Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley's revelation that Ishrat Jahan was a Lashkar-e-Taiba member, BJP's leaders in Bihar on Thursday demanded Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's apology for describing her as a "daughter of Bihar". Continue Reading ...

Shocking facts about Ishrat Jahan revealed in David Headley deposition

Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley has revealed some shocking facts about the Mumbai terror attacks. David Coleman Headley was born Daood Sayed Gilani on 30 June 1960. He is an American terrorist of Pakistani origin, and a spy who conspired with the Lashkar-e-Taiba organization to carry out the 26/11 attacks.Continue Reading ...

NASA contradicts ISRO's findings on Tamil Nadu meteor strike

Scientists at the US space agency NASA have discounted reports that an Indian bus driver in Tamil Nadu was killed by a meteorite, but Indian experts said this can only be ruled out after 'detailed analysis'. Continue Reading ...

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