A friend of the gunman accused of slaying nine black parishioners in a 2015 attack on a South Carolina church is expected to plead guilty today to lying to investigators and concealing knowledge of the plan, court documents show.
The Indian Air Force, under chief SP Tyagi, virtually rolled over to allow middlemen to call the shots in the controversial AgustaWestland helicopter deal, the Enforcement Directorate has found, according to documents accessed exclusively by NDTV.
North Korea's Supreme Court on Friday sentenced a Korean American man to 10 years of hard labour for subversion, North Korean media reported, in the latest conviction of a foreigner for crimes against the isolated state.
ISIS may exult in online portrayals of terrorists sweeping victoriously across Iraqi battlefields, but a camera recovered from the helmet of a dead fighter offers a contrasting picture of chaos and panic in a battle with Kurdish peshmerga.
Government today said in the Lok Sabha that it has issued notices to all the people named in the Panama Papers but tax laws do not allow the proceedings to be made public till cases are filed in courts.
Two secondary school students accused of carrying out a bomb attack on a gurudwara in the German city of Essen nearly two weeks ago are radical Islamists and sympathisers of the ISIS and al-Qaeda, authorities said.
The fate of a number of political heavyweights, including Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, and her party candidates who were purportedly seen in the Narada sting operation footage, will be decided in the crucial fifth phase of West Bengal Assembly poll tomorrow.
One of the nine disqualified Congress lawmakers today filed an application before the Uttarakhand High Court seeking urgent hearing of his petition on the ground that he will "suffer irreparable loss and injury" if it is not heard immediately.