Gujarat's move to cancel excess NFSA ration cards set to rob 5 lakh tribals of right to food
While the Centre's National Food Security Act envisages providing free rations to low-income families, the Gujarat government has ordered the cancellation of the excess cards without any survey.
DK Suresh demands minister’s arrest for allegedly trying to instigate Tamilians in Bengaluru
The Congress will also file a complaint with the Election Commission, he said.
Militancy on wane: Two encounters in three months this year in Kashmir
Only two encounters reported in Kashmir in the first three months of 2023 and there has been no hit-and-run attack on security forces by militants in this period, acording to data.
Arunachal govt announces bounty seeking info on 2 rebels who fled jail after killing jawan
Led by Tirap SP Kardak Riba, the police had launched a massive manhunt for the militants soon after the incident, which occurred at the Khonsa Jail at around 5 pm on Sunday, but got no trace of them.
Eight more Sri Lankan Tamils reach TN shores seeking refuge
Addressing media persons, Umadevi said though a year has passed since the economic crisis peaked in the island nation, the situation has not got any better.
2019 Jamia Nagar violence case: Delhi HC partially sets aside discharge order, frames fresh charges
"Right to peaceful assembly is subject to restriction. Damage to property and peace is not protected," Justice Swarana Kanta Sharma said while pronouncing the verdict.
North Korea test-fires two more missiles as US sends carrier
The launches came a day before the USS Nimitz and its strike group are to arrive at the South Korean port of Busan.
'I smoke with my son': Love, pain and loss at historic Ukraine cemetery
Since Russia invaded Ukraine over a year ago, rows of new graves have appeared. A sea of blue-and-yellow Ukrainian flags and red-and-black nationalist banners mark them.
North Korea fires multiple cruise missiles off its east coast: Seoul
The launch comes about a week after Pyongyang test-fired its largest and most powerful missile, a Hwasong-17 -- its second ICBM test this year.
Pentagon study finds higher cancer rates in military pilots, ground crews
The study was required by Congress in the 2021 defense bill. Now, because higher rates were found, the Pentagon must conduct an even bigger review to try to understand why the crews are getting sick.
Palestinian militant group: Commander assassinated in Syria
The Islamic Jihad said in a statement Aswad’s family had been displaced from the city of Haifa in 1948 and settled in the refugee camps in Syria, where he joined the organization as a young man.
Seven die in Mexico shootout as gunmen ambush soldiers
Confrontation occurred Friday afternoon in the community of El Pescado, in a mountainous area of the state of Guerrero that is difficult to access and the scene of conflicts between criminal groups.
State BJP team meets Telangana Governor, asks KCR, KTR to quit
The BJP also demanded that the TSPSC chairman, all the board members and the secretary of the commission be replaced with a new board.
Opposition protests, Bandi demands KTR’s dismissal from Cabinet
Earlier in the morning, Sanjay staged a sit-in protest at the BJP party office after paying his respects to Telangana martyrs at the Martyrs Memorial at Gun Park.
Martyr Lt Col’s mortal remains reach Telangana
Obsequies paid with full military honours to VVB Reddy who died in crash while on sortie
Bhadrachalam temple officials to invite CM KCR, Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan
As per the tradition, the temple officials are planning to invite the Chief Minister to attend the celestial wedding of Lord Rama and his consort Seetha.
Jamia Nagar violence: Chakka jam not violent protest method, Sharjeel Imam tells HC
Imam was accused of instigating the riots by delivering a provocative speech at the Jamia Milia University on December 13, 2019.
Italian government limits parental rights of gay couples
The president of Rainbow Families, Alessia Crocini, charged that Rome’s move ordering Milan to stop automatically registering both parents in same-sex households exposed the government’s homophobia.
Over 67 trees bite the dust, Odisha Forest dept starts probe
Over 67 trees in Jadipal forest on the foothills of Similipal Tiger Reserve were cut down by a contractor without permission.
Three SC families say road access blocked, inquiry on
Despite our poor financial condition we managed to build our houses with our savings and loan from our friends.
Kanjhawala hit-and-drag case: Cops file 800-page chargesheet, four charged with murder
Remarriage no ground to deny compensation to accident victim's widow, rules Bombay HC
45 held in connection with Bihar riots, normalcy restored: Police
India, Malaysia can now trade in Indian rupee
Indictment of former US President Trump ends decades of perceived invincibility
Indians among eight migrants found dead near US-Canada border