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  • Pak Border Action Team Attack Foiled In Jammu And Kashmir, 2 Soldiers Die

    Pak Border Action Team Attack Foiled In Jammu And Kashmir, 2 Soldiers Die

    Two soldiers died during an exchange of fire with Pakistan's Border Action Team, which had intruded into the Indian side at Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir. There were at least two intruders, one of whom has been killed. Another has managed to escape under cover fire from Pakistan, the army said.

  • Meira Kumar: Former Minister, Lok Sabha Speaker, Presidential Candidate

    Meira Kumar: Former Minister, Lok Sabha Speaker, Presidential Candidate

    The Opposition has pitched Congress's Meira Kumar against former Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind, forcing an election to choose the next President of India. The election will be held on July 17. Ms Kumar, from Bihar, is the daughter of Jagjivan Ram, the freedom fighter, Dalit leader and former deputy Prime Minister. The 72-year-old is a veteran poli...

  • AAP Legislator Faints After Being Allegedly Manhandled In Assembly

    AAP Legislator Faints After Being Allegedly Manhandled In Assembly

    A woman legislator of the Aam Aadmi Party from Punjab fell unconscious after allegedly being manhandled by marshalls during a protest in the state assembly today. Sarabjit Kaur Manuke has been admitted in hospital.

  • Gorkha Leader Bimal Gurung Accused Of Murder, Police File Case

    Gorkha Leader Bimal Gurung Accused Of Murder, Police File Case

    Nearly a week after violence hit Bengal's popular hill town of Darjeeling, Bimal Gurung - the Gorkha leader spearheading the statehood agitation in Darjeeling - has been accused of murder. The Bengal police filed a case against him and his wife today, setting the stage for further confrontation with the Mamata Banerjee government.

  • No Bail For Karnataka Men Caught Bursting Crackers After Pak Cricket Win

    No Bail For Karnataka Men Caught Bursting Crackers After Pak Cricket Win

    Three men arrested in Karnataka's Kodagu district for bursting crackers to celebrate Pakistan's victory in ICC Champions trophy have been accused of attempting to hurt religious sentiments. The police said they will not get bail, since the offence comes under a non-bailable section. Tough charges of sedition have also been levelled against 15 men ...

  • Maharashtra Cops Use Pellet Guns In Clash With Protesting Farmers

    Maharashtra Cops Use Pellet Guns In Clash With Protesting Farmers

    Twenty people were injured as protesting farmers clashed with police this morning on a national highway in Maharashtra near Thane. The police had used pellet guns to control the mob, which blocked traffic on the highway and torched a few vehicles. Senior officer of the local police, Parambir Singh, told NDTV that pellet guns were used after the mob...

  • In Government Tuberculosis Programme, Aadhaar A Must For Cash Benefits

    In Government Tuberculosis Programme, Aadhaar A Must For Cash Benefits

    Aadhaar has been made mandatory for tuberculosis patients who need cash assistance from the government and healthcare providers who receive benefits under the scheme. Those who do not have the unique biometric identity yet, have been given time till August 31 to acquire it, the health ministry has said. The number will be linked to Nikshay, the gov...

  • Woman Stabbed 30 Times, Allegedly By Husband, In Delhi

    Woman Stabbed 30 Times, Allegedly By Husband, In Delhi

    A woman has been stabbed 30 times by her husband who suspected her of having an affair, the Delhi Police said today. Vinod, 43, who is the owner of a small firm that organizes weddings, is absconding, the police said.

  • Amit Shah Gains Political Weight, Those Stressed About It Do Yoga: Ramdev

    Amit Shah Gains Political Weight, Those Stressed About It Do Yoga: Ramdev

    Yoga teacher Ramdev today led what he said was a record gathering of yoga enthusiasts - nearly 3 lakh - which could ensure him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. He also had words of praise for BJP chief Amit Shah, who had joined him on the stage at Ahmedabad's GMDC grounds at 6.45 in the morning.

  • Terror Threat In Delhi On Yoga Day, Empty Buses Used As Barricades

    Terror Threat In Delhi On Yoga Day, Empty Buses Used As Barricades

    There was a terror threat in Delhi ahead of the International Yoga Day, which saw the presence of a number of VIPs and Central ministers in the national capital. Sources said the Delhi Police had been asked to tighten security in view of the recent incidents in London and Nice in France, where self-radicalized individuals had used cars to cause may...

  • Overnight Anti-Terror Ops Continue In Nagaland's Mon District, Says Army

    Overnight Anti-Terror Ops Continue In Nagaland's Mon District, Says Army

    An encounter has been on with terrorists in Nagaland since last night. There has been no casualties, the army has said.

  • PM Narendra Modi Does Yoga In Rain, Thousands Join Him: 10 Points

    PM Narendra Modi Does Yoga In Rain, Thousands Join Him: 10 Points

    For about 20 minutes this morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed yoga asanas in the light rain at Lucknow's Ambedkar Sabha Sthal, leading thousands of people in celebrating Yoga Day. In Ahmedabad's GMDC grounds, yoga teacher Ramdev and BJP chief Amit Shah drew a record breaking crowd of 54,522 for their 6.45. am yoga session. PM Modi persu...

  • In Video, Desperate Lion Cub Chased By Car in Gujarat

    In Video, Desperate Lion Cub Chased By Car in Gujarat

    A winding road through a forest at night and a desperate lion cub, chased by a car, runs for its life: A 50-second video that captures the plight of the lions of Gujarat has triggered an investigation by the forest department.

  • BJP Pick For President Divides Opposition, Decision On Thursday: 10 Facts

    BJP Pick For President Divides Opposition, Decision On Thursday: 10 Facts

    The opposition parties will meet on Thursday to decide whether to support Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind or field their own candidate for the President's post. There is speculation that the opposition may pick another Dalit leader, former Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar. The BJP's announcement appears to have driven a wedge amid opposition parties, w...

  • PM Narendra Modi Broke The News To Me, Says Governor Ram Nath Kovind To NDTV

    PM Narendra Modi Broke The News To Me, Says Governor Ram Nath Kovind To NDTV

    On a plane to Delhi, Ram Nath Kovind, likely to be the next President of India, told NDTV of his nomination by the BJP, "It's a duty, let's take it as such."

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