Jammu and Kashmir: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha addresses India-UAE investment summit in Srinagar
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha addressed the India-UAE Investment Summit and interacted with the business delegates from United Arab Emirates (UAE) at Srinagar on Sunday.
Four Khalistani separatist leaders flown to Assam
Guwahati: In a major development, four Khalistani separatist leaders were flown to Dibrugarh in upper Assam and kept in Central Jail, Dibrugarh on Sunday.
After South Korean, now German Ambassador to India dances to Naatu Naatu in viral video
New Delhi: German Ambassador to India Philipp Ackermann joined the 'Naatu Naatu' fever as he was seen in a viral video dancing to the highly appreciated Oscar-winning track with his team in old Delhi recently.
Jammu and Kashmir: Over 1500 cooperatives formed in 18 months
Jammu: Counting various initiatives taken by the Cooperatives Department, Commissioner Secretary, Yasha Mudgal on Sunday said that more than 1500 cooperatives were formed in 18 months across Jammu and Kashmir.
Kashmiri craftsman keep alive the centuries-old 'Palhoor' tradition
Srinagar: The government is helping a Kashmiri craftsman named Muhammad Yusuf Bhat to keep the centuries-old 'Palhoor' (traditional sleeper) alive in the Kashmir Valley.
Rahul Gandhi tries to clarify his UK remark on Indian democracy in Parliamentary panel meet
New Delhi: Amid criticism for his comments on democracy in India at a London event, Rahul Gandhi tried to clarify his remarks at a Parliamentary panel meeting on Saturday. He spoke at length that he only raised questions on India’s democracy and cannot be labelled an “anti-national” for that and added that he did not ask any other country to intervene, media reports said.
Fourteen persons, including minors, rescued by RPF personnel of N. F. Railway in last four days
Guwahati: The Railway Protection Force (RPF) of N. F. Railway successfully rescued 14 persons ,including minors, from different stations/trains in different drives and checks conducted from Mar 14 to 17.
Jammu and Kashmir: 14 injured as cab falls into gorge Poonch
Jammu: At least 14 persons, including students, suffered injuries when a cab they were travelling with skidded off the road and rolled down into a deep gorge on Sunday in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Woman assaulted, shoved into car by man on busy Delhi road; police starts probe
New Delhi: A viral video of a woman being beaten by a man and shoved into a cab has prompted the police to start a probe into the incident that occurred on Saturday on a busy road at Mangolpuri in North West Delhi.
Punjab: As hunt for Amritpal Singh intensifies, his 4 close aides flown to Dibrugarh Jail in Assam
New Delhi: The Punjab Police has declared Khalistani separatist leader Amritpal Singh a ‘fugitive’ and the government is fast closing his escape routes and financial resources. The latest move in this direction is the transfer of four of his top arrested aides to Dibrugarh in coordinated action between the Centre, Punjab, and Assam governments.
Pakistan's ISI brain behind pushing Amritpal Singh to India from Dubai: Reports
New Delhi: Pakistan’s external spy agency ISI is the force behind the revival of Khalistani supporters and helped to place Amritpal Singh in Punjab to plunge the state again into the dark days of terrorism, media reports said citing officials.
Delhi: Woman's body parts stuffed in plastic bag found near metro construction site
New Delhi: The body parts of a woman, stuffed in a plastic bag, were found near a Rapid Metro construction site in southeast Delhi's Sarai Kale Khan, media reports said.
Cops reach Rahul Gandhi's house over his remark on sexual assault survivors
New Delhi/IBNS: Top officers of the Delhi Police reached Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's home on Sunday to enquire about his remarks made during Bharat Jodo Yatra that "women are still being sexually assaulted".
Rahul Gandhi's comments on China scary, should gift both my and Dr Jaishankar's books to him, says American strategist on China
New Delhi/IBNS: Michael Pillsbury, whose book “The Hundred-Year Marathon” focuses on threats posed by China’s dominance, said on Saturday that it is scary to see Rahul Gandhi say that “harmony is the key feature of China.” While participating in an interactive session at an India Today event, he then went on to add both his book and “The India Way” authored by Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar should be gifted to the Congress leader.
Punjab Police yet to arrest Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh, state on high alert
Amritsar/IBNS: Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh is still on the run from the Punjab police and a massive search is on to nab him, media reports said on Sunday.