Asked countries to take appropriate steps: MEA on reports of planned protests outside missions on Republic Day
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava also said wherever Indian missions see that anti-India activities are taking place, they raise the issue with the government of that country
The top court fixed the plea of Kerala Union of Working Journalists questioning the arrest of scribe Kappan for hearing on a non-miscellaneous day.
Two journalists were booked following an article in their website "openly endorsed revolutionary ideologies and activities."
The author openly endorsed revolutionary ideologies and activities and expressed shock and dismay at the deteriorating character of the armed revolutionary leaders of Manipur, says the FIR.
Earlier, the action council had raised doubt about the two motorcyclists seen moving on Pradeep’s left in the CCTV footage.
Analysts say if the trend continues, political importance of the hill areas will weaken which may prompt further negligence of the remote hills.
Less than 48 hours after Bilgi MLA Murugesh Nirani was sworn in as minister, an old criminal case from his past ministerial tenure returned to haunt him.
Naming three alleged arms suppliers Ashish Kumar, Javed and Arshad Ali as accused in the case, the NIA claimed that the killing was a conspiracy by Khalistan Liberation Front (KLF).
The bench told Venugopal that somebody has made an allegation here on record that there are some banned organisations which are helping the protest.
Ramani had made allegation of sexual misconduct against Akbar in the wake of #MeToo movement in 2018.
They demanded that the investigation agencies should probe the role of two persons travelling on a motorcycle close to Pradeep’s scooter.
The 'Pillowtalk' singer shared the update about his new song on Instagram by sharing a short part of the song.
The alleged incident took place in Mainaguri area on Tuesday after the inauguration of an open gymnasium by local MLA Ananta Deb Adhikari.
Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the key suspect in Pearl's slaying, remains in custody in a jail in the southern port city of Karachi, despite an acquittal.
The two countries under the agreement are required to exchange lists of prisoners in each other’s custody twice a year, on 1st January and 1st July.