After Uri attack, India boycotts SAARC summit in Islamabad
India said on Tuesday that it is 'unable to participate' in the upcoming Saarc Summit in Islamabad.
Bengaluru police imposes section 144 after SC order on Cauvery issue
Police personnel were deployed at all sensitive areas in the city after the Supreme Court directed Karnataka to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.
Amid hard talks by India, cross-LoC trade resumes in Kashmir
The cross-LoC trade had remained suspended since July 12 due to the prevailing unrest in the Valley.
Toll rises to 10 in rain-hit Vizag; Central team to visit AP
Three persons were killed in separate rain-related incidents on September 22 and 23, while seven more lost their lives since then.
Grenade lobbed at SSB camp in Srinagar, no casualty
A grenade was lobbed by suspected militants at a camp of paramilitary SSB in Bilal colony area.
Syria army retakes Aleppo district as bombs rain down
Syria's army took control of a rebel-held district in central Aleppo on Tuesday.
Alert sounded in Pathankot, search operation launched
High alert was today sounded in Pathankot following inputs about suspicious movement of some people.
Militant hideout busted at Doda in J&K, arms seized
Security forces busted a militant hideout and seized a huge cache of arms and ammunition from a forest area in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Bombay HC suggests one-car-per-family rule to ease traffic congestion
The court was hearing a public interest litigation on shortage of designated parking spaces in the city.
Jayalilathaa holds hour-long meeting on Cauvery issue with government officials in hospital
The meeting took place at her room at Apollo Hospitals where she is being treated since September 23.
Scarlett case: Verdict casts doubt on impartiality of probe
Scarlett was found dead on the famous Anjuna beach of Goa on February 18, 2008.
Alert sounded in Pathankot, search operation launched
High alert was today sounded in Pathankot following inputs about suspicious movement of some people.
NIA takes into custody 2 men held by army in Uri
The two were arrested by the BSF and the Army in a joint operation at 'Angoor Post' at Gavalata village in Uri.
Jayalilathaa holds hour-long meeting on Cauvery issue with government officials in hospital
The meeting took place at her room at Apollo Hospitals where she is being treated since September 23.
Gurgaon is now 'Gurugram' as Centre approves new name
Gurgaon will now be known as Gurugram, with the Centre today approving the name change.
On bail in graft case, former Corporate Affairs DG BK Bansal commits suicide
Former Director General Corporate Affairs B K Bansal, who was facing a CBI probe in a corruption case, allegedly committed suicide along with his son at their residence in East Delhi.
Son of ex-DG Corporate Affairs BK Bansal was never summoned, CBI clarifies
CBI said son of B K Bansal, who allegedly committed suicide today, was neither an accused nor was he summoned.
India to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status to Pakistan
The meeting will be attended by senior officials, including those from the External Affairs and Commerce ministries.
Thakur slams Sandip Patil for spilling beans about Sachin
Patil, a former international cricketer, recently disclosed that the selection panel would have dropped Sachin Tendulkar.
Reliance Communications sees debt falling three-quarters in a year
Reliance Communications, India's fourth-biggest mobile phone carrier by subscribers, has a net debt of 420 billion rupees.
Google launches service to take internet to India malls, cafes
Google said on Tuesday it launched Google Station in India, a service that aims to deepen its reach across the country.
Pakistan's National Assembly clears Hindu marriage bill, allows remarriage
The bill makes way for the adoption of a widely-acceptable family law for the Hindu community living in Pakistan.
High stakes for India's $84 billion airwave auction after Vodafone play
The arrival of Reliance Jio, a carrier backed by oil and gas giant Reliance Industries, has shaken up the sector in the past month.
Post-'incursion' by PLA, Bhamre, Rijiju visit Arunachal
The Anjaw district police told Express that the Chinese troops were seen “patrolling” very close to the LAC.
Two women tourists from Nepal die of diarrhoea in Puri
After vising several places in north and north-eastern states, they arrived at the pilgrim city of Puri.
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