Uniform Civil Code: BJP fooling people as UP elections are near, says Bihar Deputy CM
The Uniform Civil Code has been a controversial issue and it was the part of BJP's poll manifesto.
Over 9,000 pilgrims set off from Kashmir to begin Amarnath Yatra
Vohra and Rajnath Singh will have 'Darshan' of the ice stalagmite inside the cave which is revered as a 'Shiva Linga' by the devotees.
India closely monitoring Bangladesh hostage crisis
According to government sources, there were several unconfirmed reports emerging on the status of the operation by Bangladesh security forces and therefore, India was ascertaining the facts.
14 bodies pulled out from villages flattened in Uttarakhand
The maximum damage was inflicted on Basted village where at least 30 people were feared to be trapped in the debris.
Rajnath calls on BSF, Army to step up vigilance at LoC
The meeting was also attended by the Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra and other several senior officers from the Centre and the state.
Zora panel calls for action against 'guilty' cops
The Zora Singh Commission, which was constituted to probe into the police firing at protesters agitating against the sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib in Behbal Kalan in June last year, has in its 51-pag...
BMS on its side, govt hopeful on 24/7 shops law
Centre writes to states to frame laws based on Model Shops and Establishments Act
Salary of J and K legislators doubles to rs 1.60 lakh
Legislators in Jammu and Kashmir will get a 100 per cent hike in salary and allowances and draw Rs 1.60 lakh per month after the Assembly cleared a bill to double their pay and allowances, besides app...
ED issues fresh notice to Vadra firm
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) issued a fresh notice to a firm linked to Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra on Friday in connection with a land scam in Rajasthan’s Bikaner district.
SC to hear Kejriwal plea against Centre 'meddling' in Delhi affairs
The ongoing tussle between the Centre and Delhi government on Friday reached the Supreme Court with the AAP government stating that it is unable to function as most of its decisions are either annulle...
AFSPA renewed, Nagaland to remain 'disturbed area'
The Centre has renewed for six months its “disturbed area” notification for entire Nagaland, allowing the armed forces to search, raid and arrest people without a warrant under the Armed Forces (Speci...
3 decades in making, Tejas soars with IAF
Soon after its induction, Group Captain Rangachari, Commanding Officer of the Flying Daggers, flew Tejas for about 10 minutes.
Rathore urges media not to reveal identities of hostages in Dhaka
In the wake of suspected terrorists taking a number of people including foreigners hostage in a popular Dhaka restaurant, Union Minister of state for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore ...
India blames China's 'obstructionist policy' for thwarting its NSG dreams
India on Friday made it amply clear that China’s obstructionist approach had thwarted its bid to enter the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), a technology restraint regime comprising 48 countries, despite...
NCPCR issues notice to Bihar over arrest of minor exam topper
As per norms, the 17-year-old who failed to clear a retest should have been produced before Juvenile Justice Board, which would’ve sent her to a remand home
1st big Uniform Civil Code step of BJP has Uttar Pradesh poll spin
First ever govt to send proposal to Law Commission in keeping with its poll promise; Cong trains guns on BJP.
Mentally-ill man bites over six persons in Uttar Pradesh
A man, stated to be mentally ill, allegedly bit over half a dozen persons in Ibrahimpura village in the district here, police said.
Swathi murder: Police arrest killer from Tirunelveli
Police believe P Ram Kumar to be the assailant who had killed Swathi on June 24 at Nungambakkam Railway station.
Indo-Israeli surface-to-air missile tested thrice in two days
The test was aimed at validating various parameters set for the launch.
Swaraj says Vizag engineer not abducted by Boko Haram
A group of men hijacked the car when the two engineers were on their way to their office at Gboko, a town in Benue state of north central Nigeria.
Doctors demand revision of 7th Pay Commission recommendations
Central and state doctors today observed 'Black Badge Day' demanding revision of the 7th Pay Commission recommendations.
Government to arrange train journey for Geeta to help search parents
Govt will arrange for Geeta, the deaf and mute girl who returned to India last October after accidentally landing in Pakistan several years ago.
HC stays order to give info on PM Modi's degree to Kejriwal
A division bench of Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy and Justice V M Pancholi accepted the varsity's demand for stay.
NHRC notice to Delhi Police chief
It asked sought explanation on what was the reason for public protests in front of New Ashok Vihar police station on Wednesday night.

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