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A conversation between a Nepal based suspected terrorist and an ISI operative living in Karachi reveals how plotters of terror attacks in India are lured into shifting their base to Pakistan.
India is keeping a hawk eye on the continuing presence of Chinese troops and their construction activities in north Doklam near Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet trijunction, even as Army chief General Bipin Rawat said bilateral bonhomie had returned to the same level that existed before the 73-day troop faceoff.
"The petitioners are certain that if the Aadhaar Act and programme is allowed to operate unimpeded, it will hollow out the Constitution, particularly the great rights and liberties it assures to citizens. A people's Constitution will transform into a state Constitution," senior advocate Shyam Divan said in court.
"Shimla hasn't recorded any snow this winter. In January, it hasn't even rained so far. If the dry weather continues through the month, it would be the first time in 11 years that Himachal's capital will go snowless in January," said Manmohan Singh, head of Shimla's Met office.
Modi’s visit to Israel last year was also the first by an Indian PM and the one to Palestine follows the government’s decision to “de-hypenate” relations with the two entities as a departure from past practice of seeing visits to the region as balancing acts.
All taxis, buses and public transport vehicles, barring three-wheelers and e-rickshaws, will have to install location tracking device or GPS and an alert button from April 1. Three-wheelers have been kept out of these mandatory installation since they are open.
Opposition parties attacked the Modi government on Wednesday for its decision to end Haj subsidy and to divert the funds to other welfare schemes for minorities.
The petitioners said once the film was cleared by the CBFC, the statutory body under Cinematograph Act, 1952, state governments were prohibited from taking any unilateral action to ban exhibition of the film which formed part of the filmmaker’s freedom of speech and expression guaranteed under Article 19 of the Constitution.
Two nephews of fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim came to Mumbai from Dubai to meet the don's younger brother Iqbal Kaskar, who is lodged in Thane jail.
A “sexually obsessed” British Pakistani builder kidnapped his 20-year-old British Indian niece and a 21-year-old female, raped both of them and then murdered the 20-year-old, leaving her body stuffed in the deep freeze before attempting to murder the 21-year-old who survived the ordeal, the Old Bailey here heard on Thursday.
The deal was cancelled a few weeks ahead of Netanyahu's visit to India and its renewal is considered to be a "major strategic achievement", the Jerusalem Post reported.
All inter-linking of river (ILR) projects in the country may be declared as ‘national projects’ in a bid to expedite their implementation through quick flow of funds and better monitoring on the ground.
India's legendary allrounder Kapil Dev on Wednesday said Hardik Pandya does not deserve to be compared with him if he keeps making silly mistakes like he did in the second Test against South Africa.
Efforts to resolve the unprecedented crisis that rocked the Supreme Court made no headway on Wednesday as Justice Chelameswar, one of the four dissenting judges, did not turn up at the court as he was reported to be unwell.
Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa died at 5.15pm on December 4, 2016, but the hospital where she was admitted announced her death a day later considering its safety and security, said jailed AIDAMK leader V K Sasikala’s brother V Divakaran on Wednesday.
An irate India captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday day lost his cool and snapped at the scribes in a fiery media session after the series defeat against South Africa, his first reverse as full-time skipper.