Army had ordered an inquiry into the killing of two civilians in firing by troops at a motor vehicle checking point at Chattergam.
The Hindu Army had ordered an inquiry into the killing of two civilians in firing by troops at a motor vehicle checking point at Chattergam.

Army probe complete in Budgam killings

Army has completed the inquiry into the recent killing of two youths in a firing incident involving troops at Chattergam in Budgam district. “The inqury has been completed and the report ha... »

15 Maoists killed in Chhattisgarh encounter, claims CRPF

At least 15 Maoists were killed and 25 grievously injured in an encounter with the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) last week in Sukma district of South Chhattisgarh, the CRPF Inspector General... »
File photo shows a CBI team probing the Badaun rape case at the crime spot.

Badaun girls committed suicide, says CBI

The agency is likely to file its final report on Friday in Badaun court. »  
MUMBAI, November 27, 2014

BJP ready to accommodate Sena in govt: Fadnavis

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will once again hold talks with the Shiv Sena on its participation in the Maharashtra Government. "The talks with the Sena will begin from t... »
CHANDIGARH, November 27, 2014

Badal says no to Majithia's resignation

Even as Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ruled out the possibility of asking Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia to resign, the Congress has sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interv... »
PANAJI, November 27, 2014

Goa police forms intelligence wing to counter terror threats

The Goa police has formed a dedicated intelligence wing for its Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS), considering the rising perception about terror threat to the coastal tourist State in recent times.»
A recent photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a traditional Kashmiri attaire. Photo: Nissar Ahmad
Jammu, November 27, 2014

Modi to campaign in Jammu on Friday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive here on Friday to address election rallies ahead of the second phase of Jammu and Kashmir polls.Bharatiya Janata Party sources here said Mr. Modi wi... »
NEW DELHI, November 26, 2014

Show us your green cover, Supreme Court tells U.P.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday lambasted the Uttar Pradesh government for making a feeble effort to comply with its order on planting saplings in the State. While the court had ordered the... »
Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi
Patna, November 26, 2014

Manjhi denies rift with Nitish

A day after Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi called his predecessor Nitish Kumar his elder brother and declared that he was his Lakshmana, Mr. Manjhi on Wednesday reiterated his solidarity wit... »
British Poet Ruth Padel
JAIPUR, November 26, 2014

Jaipur literary fest offers eclectic fare

The Jaipur Literature Festival, scheduled from January 21 to 25, is likely to be more varied and diverse than its previous editions, as it promises to bridge historical, political and geographical... »
This November 28, 2013 photo shows underworld don Abu Salem at the special CBI court in Hyderabad. He moved the TADA court in Mumbai on Wednesday seeking withdrawal of a book on his life.
MUMBAI, November 26, 2014

Abu Salem moves court against his biography

Underworld gangster Abu Salem has moved an application urging a Terrorist And Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act court to direct the withdrawal of a book titled 'My name is Abu Salem' tha... »
BHUBANESWAR, November 26, 2014

Pandemonium erupts in Odisha Assembly for 6th consecutive day

Pandemonium erupted in Odisha Assembly for the sixth consecutive day on Wednesday with the BJP members pressing the speaker for a discussion on the chit fund scam, leading to adjournment of the Ho... »
New Delhi, November 26, 2014

Gulberg Society case accused bail plea rejected

The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused grant bail to one of the accused in the Gulberg Society massacre case of 2002 Gujarat riots in which former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri and 67 others were killed... »

Tripura CM leads rally against funds cuts in MNREGA

Christian forum complains of VHP “pressure”

Kashmiris brave cold, defy call for poll boycott

Bhopal gas tragedy victims appeal to higher U.S. court

Higher education bill withdrawn from Rajya Sabha

Allow entry of girls inside library: Allahabad HC to Aligarh Muslim University

Would bring sustainable development within a year: Devendra Fadnavis

Let bygones be bygones: Manjhi tells Centre

Modi appeals to voters to ‘free Jharkhand from instability’

PANAJI, November 27, 2014

Shocked by levels of domestic violence in Goa: Police

The Goa police was alarmed by the levels of domestic violence witnessed in Goa.The police say liberal and ready availability of alcohol is one of the reasons blamed for domestic violence.»
Thane, November 27, 2014

Two killed, six injured in Bhiwandi slum attack

Two young men from Bhiwandi were brutally stabbed to death on Thursday by unidentified persons in a slum colony in the powerloom town, police said. According to inspector Sanjay Satav at... »
Supreme Court has allowed Goa to carry out iron ore mining, but restricted it to 20 million tonnes annually.
PANAJI, November 27, 2014

Union govt to create District Mineral Foundation in mining-affected areas

Union Ministry of Mines and Steel has proposed to create a District Mineral Foundation (DMF) in every district affected by mining, which will be funded by an additional levy related to royalty.»
GUWAHATI, November 27, 2014

Intelligence alert ahead of Modi visit throws police into a tizzy

A specific Intelligence input on two militants of the United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) sneaking into the city to plant a bomb in a bus threw the Assam police into a tizzy on Wednesday... »
Kolkata, November 26, 2014

Ready to face CBI: Madan Mitra

Caught in a controversy over his alleged links with the Saradha group, West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra, who was discharged from the State-run SSKM hospital on Wednesday, said he was rea... »
Haldia, November 26, 2014

Power towers in WB test new heights

West Bengal now boasts the world’s second tallest power transmission towers. The 236-metre-long twin towers, erected by Haldia Energy Ltd. at its 600-MW plant at Haldia and Raichak acros... »
NEW DELHI, November 26, 2014

Counter-terror exercise on to test coastal security

The Navy, along with the Coast Guard and Air Force, are conducting the annual “Defence of Gujarat” exercise for five days in a bid to close the gaps in coastal security and beef up... »
ITANAGAR, November 26, 2014

HIV tests conducted for Arunachal jail inmates

Arunachal Pradesh State AIDS Control Society conducted HIV tests of 118 inmates of the Papum Pare district jail here, IGP (Prisons) Satyendra Garg said on Wednesday. Garg, at whose initia... »
The alleged Maoists who surrendered before the police in Narayanpur district of Chhattisgarh on Wednesday. Photo: Special Arrangement
RAIPUR, November 26, 2014

63 Maoists surrender in Chhattisgarh, claim police

As many as 63 alleged Maoists surrendered before the police in Narayanpur district in Bastar region of Chhattisgarh on Wednesday, Chhattisgarh police claimed. According to Narayanpur dis... »
MEERUT, November 26, 2014

Woman shot at in UP for marrying outside community

A 25-year-old woman was allegedly shot at by her brothers and an accomplice for marrying outside her community at Sivaya village here, police said. The incident took place on Tuesday when t... »

Attack on journalists at Hisar, SC to hear plea on Monday

Meghalaya’s most wanted militant arrested in Tirupur

HC extends stay on Koli’s hanging

Seven alleged Maoists held in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar region

Sindhuratna mishap: Seven Naval officers found guilty

Birender Singh, Suresh Prabhu file papers for RS poll from Haryana

Saradha scam: ED freezes artist's bank accounts

Sterilisation deaths: HC orders seizure of banned medicines