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  • Bhopal Encounter: Video raises questions, Politicians demand judicial enquiry

    A series of videos which shows the encounter between Madhya Pradesh Police and the under trial SIMI activists, who escaped from jail, casts doubt over the state administration’s claim that they had killed in a gun battle. An exclusive video accessed by India Today shows an armed police commando shooting[Read More…]

  • Donald Trump unfit to be commander-in-chief, says Hillary Clinton

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has said her Democratic rival is not only unfit to be commander- in-chief but also a danger to America’s national security. Addressing a well-attended election rally in Kent in the battleground State of Ohio, Clinton said Trump cannot be trusted to command nuclear arsenal, alleging[Read More…]

  • Government formulating national policy to reduce alcohol dependency

    The Centre is working on formulation of a national policy to address the emerging challenge of alcohol dependency in the country, especially among youth. In a first-of-its-kind initiative, the policy will follow the same approach as it is being used in cases of drug de-addiction, a source said. According to[Read More…]

  • Delhi pollution breaches normal-mark, Centre summons 5 northern states

    The Centre on Tuesday summoned governments of Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh over enforcing ban on stubble burning. The decision comes on a day the Central Pollution Control Board released its report on air quality of Delhi. As per the report, PM 2.5 levels on the day of[Read More…]

  • Indira Gandhi – The first politician of India

    Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi – probably India’s most ruthless politician, one who truly understood the ethos of power politics. Being the only child to the then Prime Minister, she grew up as playing among the circles of power. Born Indira Nehru in a Kashmiri Pandit family on 19 November 1917 in[Read More…]

  • Need to lessen load on judiciary: PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said there is a need to lessen the load on the judiciary which spends its maximum time in tackling cases where the government is a party. He also pitched for an All India Judicial Service on the lines of Indian Administrative Service. Modi said,[Read More…]

  • Maharashtra most farmer friendly state, says NITI Aayog Index

    According to NITI Aayog index on reforms in the farm sector, Maharashtra topped as the most farmer friendly state in the country followed by Gujarat and Rajasthan. “The state of Maharashtra achieves first rank in implementation of various reforms. The state has implemented most of the marketing reforms and it[Read More…]

  • Fresh ceasefire violation; Army jawan martyred, 2 injured

    An army jawan has been killed during ceasefire violation by Pakistan in the Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir Pakistan violated ceasefire thrice on Monday. The first violation was in the Mendhar sector of Poonch district and two others in the Rajouri sector. Two army men were injured during an[Read More…]

  • Bhopal jailbreak: Mastermind was a known prison escapee

    Staff members at Bhopal jail were in for a rude shock as eight operatives of the Students of Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) broke out of the prison on Monday. A major man hunt was launched and within hours all terror suspects were killed in an encounter, outside the city.[Read More…]

  • Prison break: 8 SIMI terrorists, who fled Bhopal Jail, killed in encounter

    Members of the banned Islamic outfit SIMI who escaped from Bhopal Central Jail were shot dead in an encounter at Eintkhedi village on the outskirts of Bhopal. Police said the men were washing their faces in a river when villagers saw them and informed the police.The Anti Terrorist Squad then[Read More…]

  • Alarming! Delhi air pollution 42 times higher post Diwali

    Air quality in Delhi worsens alarmingly on Diwali night as pollution levels hiked as much as 42 times higher than the normal in one of the most polluted spots of the Capital city. On Monday morning, people woke up to smog with visibility up to 200 metres. According to real[Read More…]

  • Telephone conversations of judges are tapped, alleges Kejriwal; govt denies

    Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday alleged that phones of members of the Indian judiciary are being tapped and their conversations are being monitored. “I don’t know if it is true or not, but if this is true, then it’s dangerous. Where is the independence of the judiciary then?”[Read More…]

  • 8 SIMI terrorists escape from Bhopal jail, security guard killed

    8 members of banned SIMI outfit escaped from Bhopal Central Jail after killing a security guard using a “steel plate and glass” and scaling the prison wall with bed sheets. “8 SIMI activists escaped around 2-3 AM by killing a jail security guard,” DIG Bhopal Raman Singh told PTI. They[Read More…]

  • PM Modi celebrates Diwali with ITBP jawans near China border

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday celebrated Diwali with soldiers in a remote and strategic area in Himachal Pradesh, adjoining the Chinese border. Modi also made an unscheduled trip to a village, Chango, and said he was “deeply touched by the impromptu reception and their joy”. Dressed in olive green,[Read More…]

  • I dedicate this Diwali to soldiers, says PM Modi on his Mann Ki Baat

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday dedicated this year’s Diwali to the armed forces in his monthly video address Mann Ki Baat, saying ‘we sleep peacefully because you guard our borders’. The soldiers, he said, “stand guard for us in the desert on the mountains. Someone is guarding our industry,[Read More…]

  • Army destroys four Pak posts in Keran along Line of Control (LoC)

    The Indian Army destroyed at least four Pakistani posts and inflicted heavy casualties on Pakistani troops in the Keran sector along the Line of Control on Saturday, shortly after Pakistan violated the ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir’s RS Pura sector. The Indian forces retaliated after Pakistani Rangers violated ceasefire repeatedly[Read More…]

  • Government offers to buy made in India fighter planes

    The Indian government offered to buy hundreds of fighter planes from foreign manufacturers if they are ready to manufacture planes in India with a local partner, Air Force officials said. As India plans to phase out all ageing soviet-era aircraft, the deal could move up to 300 planes making it[Read More…]

  • Forces will give befitting reply to Pakistan: Rajnath Singh

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh, amid the continuing ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops along LoC, said on Saturday that the security forces were giving a ‘befitting reply’. “I want to assure the nation that the security forces are giving befitting reply to the firing from Pakistan. We will not bow down[Read More…]

  • Indian High Commission official asked to leave Pakistan within 48 hours

    As reported by the Indian Express, Surjeet Singh the Indian High Commission official left the country with his family on Saturday after Pakistan declared him a ‘persona non grata’ in retaliatory action. He was told to leave Pakistan in 48 hours by the Foreign Office, Geo News reported and his[Read More…]

  • Air India removes ‘non-veg prasad’ article after controversy

    The Air India on Saturday withdrew its in-flight magazine following protests over an article over non-vegetarian prasad being cooked in the revered Jagannath Puri Temple. An article titled “devotion can be delicious” in its inflight magazine Shubh Yatra, infuriated people as it said, “Said to be the largest in the country, the Jagannath Temple’s[Read More…]

  • ABBA to reunite for 2018 virtual reality collaboration

    The “Dancing Queen” hit-makers and famous Swedish pop group ABBA is reuniting after 34 years! In a collaboration with the British music impresario Simon Fuller , the project is expected to surface in 2018. The quartet consists of Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad  and the first letter of each member’s given[Read More…]

  • 83 satellites on a single rocket! ISRO aims for world record

    Indian space agency (ISRO) is planning for a world record by putting into orbit 83 satellites—2 Indian and 81 foreign—on a single rocket in early 2017, an official at ANTRIX Corporation said. According to ANTRIX Corporation MD Rakesh Sasibushan, all of the 83 satellites will be put into a single[Read More…]

  • Implement OROP in a meaningful way: RaGa to NaMo

    Taking a stand for the Indian Armed Forces, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to implement the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme in a meaningful way. The Congress scion pointed out that the government’s decision on the scheme[Read More…]

  • Pakistan espionage ring: Samajwadi Party leader’s aide arrested

    In further development to the espionage racket, the Delhi police detained an aide of Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Munawwar Saleem Friday night. The espionage ring run by a Pakistani high commission official, which was uncovered earlier this week and Delhi crime branch officials have given out a statement saying that they detained Farhat,[Read More…]

  • Gaya road rage: Rocky Yadav surrenders

    Gaya road-rage accused Rakesh Ranjan alias Rocky Yadav on Saturday surrendered in a Bihar court, police said. “Rocky (Yadav), who arrived in Patna from Delhi on Saturday morning, surrendered in the Gaya Civil Court,” a police officer said. He was arrested on May 11 for fatally shooting 19-year-old Aditya Sachdeva[Read More…]