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  • Pepper spray attack: Parliament security panel to discuss MPs' frisking

    Pepper spray attack: Parliament security panel to discuss MPs' frisking

    With the pepper spray attack in Lok Sabha evoking widespread outrage, an emergency meeting of the Committee on Security in Parliament complex tomorrow is expected to face a ticklish task as the issue of frisking of MPs could come up.

  • Frisking of MPs may come up at meet of Committee on Security

    Frisking of MPs may come up at meet of Committee on Security

    The Committee on Security in Parliament complex was today directed by the Lok Sabha Speaker to convene an emergency meeting on Monday to consider various options, that could also include frisking of MPs, to prevent a repeat of the pepper spray attack...

  • Amjad Ali Khan asks USA to avoid 'racial profiling' at airports

    Amjad Ali Khan asks USA to avoid 'racial profiling' at airports

    Amjad Ali Khan, once detained and frisked at a US airport in what he believes was "racial profiling", has asked authorities to take steps like on the spot background check to avoid humiliation of visitors.

  • Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan to cut short US trip after frisking at airport

    Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan to cut short US trip after frisking at airport

    Uttar Pradesh Minister Mohammad Azam Khan has decided to cut short his US trip after his "long and humiliating frisking" at the Logan airport in Boston, an official in Lucknow said.

  • Flying from Delhi? Remove jewellery, shoes, please.

    Flying from Delhi? Remove jewellery, shoes, please.

    Flying out of Delhi? You may soon be asked to take off your shoes and belts, and jewellery if you are wearing, at the security check counters of the IGI Airport.

  • Three persons arrested for frisking teen at mall

    Three persons, including a woman security guard were on Tuesday arrested for breaching the privacy of a 15-year-old girl while frisking her at a retail store located in a mall in Indore, police official said.

  • Nicki Minaj unhappy with frisking

    Nicki Minaj unhappy with frisking

    Nicki Minaj is reportedly considering legal action because she was unhappy with an airport security check.

  • Who is APJ Abdul Kalam?

    Who is APJ Abdul Kalam?

    It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out who this is. If the flight of seagulls intrigues him, so do flights of fancy while writing verse. The top-secret indigenous 'K' missiles, named after him, make India only the sixth country to have de...

  • Forget about it, says Kalam on US frisking incident

    Forget about it, says Kalam on US frisking incident

    Former President APJ Abdul Kalam downplayed his frisking by US security officials, saying it was not worth talking about.

  • APJ Abdul Kalam not exempted from security screening: US

    APJ Abdul Kalam not exempted from security screening: US

    India and the US are planning to hold talks on appropriate mechanisms for security screening of dignitaries in the backdrop of frisking of APJ Abdul Kalam at a New York airport with Washington informing New Delhi that the former President was not exe...

  • Kalam frisking: US Embassy issues statement

    Kalam frisking: US Embassy issues statement

    The United States has apologised to India for the incident involving the frisking of former President APJ Abdul Kalam at the John F Kennedy Airport in New York.

  • Kalam frisking: US apologises to India

    Kalam frisking: US apologises to India

    United States has apologised to India for the incident involving the frisking of former President APJ Abdul Kalam at the John F Kennedy Airport in New York. The US government sent a letter to Dr Kalam and Government of India a few days ago apologisin...

  • Fake cops loot man during frisking in Bangalore

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  • US regrets Indian envoy Meera Shankar's frisking

    US regrets Indian envoy Meera Shankar's frisking

    Amid an uproar over the "pat down" screening of Indian ambassador Meera Shankar at a US airport, Washington has reached out to her and promised to see what could be done to prevent such incidents."We obviously are concerned about it," US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday as India r...

  • Will respond to Krishna, review policy: Hillary on envoy frisking

    Will respond to Krishna, review policy: Hillary on envoy frisking

    A day after India slammed the frisking of its envoy to the US, Meera Shankar, the Obama Administration has gone into major damage control. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said the government will review its policies and will respond to Foreign Minister SM Krishna. "We will be looking into it ...

  • India to protest envoy's 'pat down', US says diplomats not exempt

    India to protest envoy's 'pat down', US says diplomats not exempt

    India Thursday termed as "unacceptable" the "pat down" search Indian ambassador Meera Shankar was subjected to in the US, the second time in three months, and said it will take up the issue. Washington however, asserted that diplomats were not exempt from the searches even as it expressed regret and...

  • After annoying airport experience, Patel wants quid pro quo

    After annoying airport experience, Patel wants quid pro quo

    Stung by his "annoying" experience at London-Heathrow and Chicago's O'Hare airports in the recent past, Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel has mooted a quid pro quo policy over the issue of extending courtesies and protocols to visiting foreign VIPs.Patel has directed his Ministry to suggest to th...

  • No compulsory frisking at Delhi Metro stations

    No compulsory frisking at Delhi Metro stations

    The CISF has stopped compulsory frisking of passengers at all Metro stations in the national capital, saying that the exercise was leading to long queues at the stations.The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), which takes care of Metro security, will now frisk only on the basis of profiling an...

  • Shah Rukh Khan returns home

    Shah Rukh Khan returns home

    Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is back in India from his rocky visit to America where he was held up for questioning for two hours.

  • SRK detention: Soni suggests tit for tat

    SRK detention: Soni suggests tit for tat

    The government has reacted sharply to detention of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan at a US airport.

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