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'Neeta Sharma' - 112 News Result(s)

  • Ceasefire Violations By Pak Doubled This Year, Huge Spike In Casualties

    Ceasefire Violations By Pak Doubled This Year, Huge Spike In Casualties

    Pakistan's offer to resume dialogue with India triggered a series of meetings both in the North Block and South Block of the Cabinet Secretariat in New Delhi on Friday. The Ministry of Home Affairs has collected the data of ceasefire violations, infiltration attempts and level of violence in the state since the dialogue was stopped. This data has b...

  • No More Airport Chaos, Bureau Of Immigration Tells Home Ministry

    No More Airport Chaos, Bureau Of Immigration Tells Home Ministry

    Chaotic scenes at the Delhi airport are soon going to be a thing of the past, the Bureau of Immigration has told the Home Ministry. Wait times have already cut down to 10 minutes from 22 minutes earlier it said.

  • 'Shameful': Nirmala Sitharaman Rebuts Congress Charge On Rafale Deal

    'Shameful': Nirmala Sitharaman Rebuts Congress Charge On Rafale Deal

    A day after Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa rebutted accusations that the Modi government had negotiated an overpriced deal to buy Rafale fighter jets, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today delivered a stinging rejoinder to the Congress, calling the allegations leveled by the opposition "shameful" and a "disservice" to the armed ...

  • Centre Looks To Engage More Stakeholders In Kashmir Peace Talks

    Centre Looks To Engage More Stakeholders In Kashmir Peace Talks

    The government is planning a range of initiatives, spread over the next five months, to push for peace in Kashmir valley, as decided during a high-level meeting chaired by Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi, an official with knowledge of the matter said

  • Online Fraud Up, Need to Control Apps, Sites, Says Official After Meet With Rajnath Singh

    Online Fraud Up, Need to Control Apps, Sites, Says Official After Meet With Rajnath Singh

    Instances of online fraud have spiked as India increasingly took to online transactions since demonetisation and a mechanism is need to deal with it, concluded a meet held today by the newly formed Cyber Information Security division of the home ministry, chaired by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

  • Class 11 Student Became CBI's Suspect A Month Ago, His Home Was Searched

    Class 11 Student Became CBI's Suspect A Month Ago, His Home Was Searched

    In the Pradyuman Murder case, a Class 11 student accused of killing seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon last month had been the CBI's main suspect for over a month, sources say. Six days after filing a case, the CBI or Central Bureau of Investigation searched the 16-year-old boy's home and seized "some items"...

  • Reconstructing Pradyuman Murder, CBI Takes Student To Knife Shops, School

    Reconstructing Pradyuman Murder, CBI Takes Student To Knife Shops, School

    A 16-year-old schoolboy accused of slitting the throat of Pradyuman Thakur, his junior at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon, was taken by a CBI team to knife shops on Thursday and will also be taken to school in an attempt at reconstructing the crime.

  • Parallels To Aarushi Talwar Case In Ryan International Schoolboy Pradyuman Thakur's Murder Investigation

    Parallels To Aarushi Talwar Case In Ryan International Schoolboy Pradyuman Thakur's Murder Investigation

    As the detention of a Class 11 student gave a sensational turn today to the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School near Delhi in September, parallels have emerged to the Aarushi Talwar murder case, which also took a dramatic 360 degree turn after the CBI took over.

  • In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    A week after Pradyuman Thakur died at school in Gurgaon, the police cited security camera footage to assert its claim that a bus conductor was the murderer.

  • There Was No Blood On Him: Father Of Student Held For Gurgaon Murder

    There Was No Blood On Him: Father Of Student Held For Gurgaon Murder

    Two months after Pradyuman Thakur was found with his throat slit at a school near Delhi, the CBI has detained a student of Class 11 at the same school for the murder that stunned the country. Sources in the CBI who have spoken to the student said that he killed the younger child because he was academically weak and believed the school would postpon...

  • NIA Seizes Rs 36 Crore In Demonetised Notes In Terror Funding Case, 9 Arrested

    NIA Seizes Rs 36 Crore In Demonetised Notes In Terror Funding Case, 9 Arrested

    Just after two hours of the Finance Minister Mr Arun Jaitley saying that demonetisation has broken the back of terror funding the National Investigation Agency (NIA) claimed that it had seized over Rs 36 crore in demonetised notes in a terror funding case. Nine people have been arrested in the matter.

  • Kashmir, Vijay Mallya And More: India Takes Up Concerns With UK In Meet

    Kashmir, Vijay Mallya And More: India Takes Up Concerns With UK In Meet

    In a bilateral held between with the United Kingdom, India today expressed deep concern over British ministers raising the issue of Kashmir at the behest of Pakistan. India also expressed concerns over the delay in Britain's processing 17 mutual legal assistance treaty or MLAT and 13 extradition requests.

  • 'Will Talk To Everyone Who's Interested In Permanent Peace': Kashmir Interlocutor

    'Will Talk To Everyone Who's Interested In Permanent Peace': Kashmir Interlocutor

    The government's special representative for Kashmir, Dineshwar Sharma, is ready to start his 'Mission Kashmir' on Monday. "I sincerely hope that I would be able to engage people there in dialogue," the former Intelligence Bureau director told NDTV

  • After NDTV Report, Moves To End Delhi Airport Immigration Chaos: 10 Facts

    After NDTV Report, Moves To End Delhi Airport Immigration Chaos: 10 Facts

    Moving swiftly after NDTV highlighted chaotic scenes at Delhi airport's immigration counters, the government has decided on a massive upgrade of immigration services. It will open, within three months, 20 additional immigration counters in the airport's departure area and 35 more for foreign visitors landing in the country on an e-Visa. The plan wa...

  • After Wife Arrest, IPS Officer Caught Cheating In Exam May Lose Job

    After Wife Arrest, IPS Officer Caught Cheating In Exam May Lose Job

    Safeer Karim, the 29-year-old police officer arrested in Chennai on charges of cheating in the civil services examination could lose his job in the police too.

'Neeta Sharma' - 136 Video Result(s)

'Neeta Sharma' - 112 News Result(s)

  • Ceasefire Violations By Pak Doubled This Year, Huge Spike In Casualties

    Ceasefire Violations By Pak Doubled This Year, Huge Spike In Casualties

    Pakistan's offer to resume dialogue with India triggered a series of meetings both in the North Block and South Block of the Cabinet Secretariat in New Delhi on Friday. The Ministry of Home Affairs has collected the data of ceasefire violations, infiltration attempts and level of violence in the state since the dialogue was stopped. This data has b...

  • No More Airport Chaos, Bureau Of Immigration Tells Home Ministry

    No More Airport Chaos, Bureau Of Immigration Tells Home Ministry

    Chaotic scenes at the Delhi airport are soon going to be a thing of the past, the Bureau of Immigration has told the Home Ministry. Wait times have already cut down to 10 minutes from 22 minutes earlier it said.

  • 'Shameful': Nirmala Sitharaman Rebuts Congress Charge On Rafale Deal

    'Shameful': Nirmala Sitharaman Rebuts Congress Charge On Rafale Deal

    A day after Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa rebutted accusations that the Modi government had negotiated an overpriced deal to buy Rafale fighter jets, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today delivered a stinging rejoinder to the Congress, calling the allegations leveled by the opposition "shameful" and a "disservice" to the armed ...

  • Centre Looks To Engage More Stakeholders In Kashmir Peace Talks

    Centre Looks To Engage More Stakeholders In Kashmir Peace Talks

    The government is planning a range of initiatives, spread over the next five months, to push for peace in Kashmir valley, as decided during a high-level meeting chaired by Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi, an official with knowledge of the matter said

  • Online Fraud Up, Need to Control Apps, Sites, Says Official After Meet With Rajnath Singh

    Online Fraud Up, Need to Control Apps, Sites, Says Official After Meet With Rajnath Singh

    Instances of online fraud have spiked as India increasingly took to online transactions since demonetisation and a mechanism is need to deal with it, concluded a meet held today by the newly formed Cyber Information Security division of the home ministry, chaired by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

  • Class 11 Student Became CBI's Suspect A Month Ago, His Home Was Searched

    Class 11 Student Became CBI's Suspect A Month Ago, His Home Was Searched

    In the Pradyuman Murder case, a Class 11 student accused of killing seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon last month had been the CBI's main suspect for over a month, sources say. Six days after filing a case, the CBI or Central Bureau of Investigation searched the 16-year-old boy's home and seized "some items"...

  • Reconstructing Pradyuman Murder, CBI Takes Student To Knife Shops, School

    Reconstructing Pradyuman Murder, CBI Takes Student To Knife Shops, School

    A 16-year-old schoolboy accused of slitting the throat of Pradyuman Thakur, his junior at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon, was taken by a CBI team to knife shops on Thursday and will also be taken to school in an attempt at reconstructing the crime.

  • Parallels To Aarushi Talwar Case In Ryan International Schoolboy Pradyuman Thakur's Murder Investigation

    Parallels To Aarushi Talwar Case In Ryan International Schoolboy Pradyuman Thakur's Murder Investigation

    As the detention of a Class 11 student gave a sensational turn today to the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School near Delhi in September, parallels have emerged to the Aarushi Talwar murder case, which also took a dramatic 360 degree turn after the CBI took over.

  • In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    A week after Pradyuman Thakur died at school in Gurgaon, the police cited security camera footage to assert its claim that a bus conductor was the murderer.

  • There Was No Blood On Him: Father Of Student Held For Gurgaon Murder

    There Was No Blood On Him: Father Of Student Held For Gurgaon Murder

    Two months after Pradyuman Thakur was found with his throat slit at a school near Delhi, the CBI has detained a student of Class 11 at the same school for the murder that stunned the country. Sources in the CBI who have spoken to the student said that he killed the younger child because he was academically weak and believed the school would postpon...

  • NIA Seizes Rs 36 Crore In Demonetised Notes In Terror Funding Case, 9 Arrested

    NIA Seizes Rs 36 Crore In Demonetised Notes In Terror Funding Case, 9 Arrested

    Just after two hours of the Finance Minister Mr Arun Jaitley saying that demonetisation has broken the back of terror funding the National Investigation Agency (NIA) claimed that it had seized over Rs 36 crore in demonetised notes in a terror funding case. Nine people have been arrested in the matter.

  • Kashmir, Vijay Mallya And More: India Takes Up Concerns With UK In Meet

    Kashmir, Vijay Mallya And More: India Takes Up Concerns With UK In Meet

    In a bilateral held between with the United Kingdom, India today expressed deep concern over British ministers raising the issue of Kashmir at the behest of Pakistan. India also expressed concerns over the delay in Britain's processing 17 mutual legal assistance treaty or MLAT and 13 extradition requests.

  • 'Will Talk To Everyone Who's Interested In Permanent Peace': Kashmir Interlocutor

    'Will Talk To Everyone Who's Interested In Permanent Peace': Kashmir Interlocutor

    The government's special representative for Kashmir, Dineshwar Sharma, is ready to start his 'Mission Kashmir' on Monday. "I sincerely hope that I would be able to engage people there in dialogue," the former Intelligence Bureau director told NDTV

  • After NDTV Report, Moves To End Delhi Airport Immigration Chaos: 10 Facts

    After NDTV Report, Moves To End Delhi Airport Immigration Chaos: 10 Facts

    Moving swiftly after NDTV highlighted chaotic scenes at Delhi airport's immigration counters, the government has decided on a massive upgrade of immigration services. It will open, within three months, 20 additional immigration counters in the airport's departure area and 35 more for foreign visitors landing in the country on an e-Visa. The plan wa...

  • After Wife Arrest, IPS Officer Caught Cheating In Exam May Lose Job

    After Wife Arrest, IPS Officer Caught Cheating In Exam May Lose Job

    Safeer Karim, the 29-year-old police officer arrested in Chennai on charges of cheating in the civil services examination could lose his job in the police too.

  • Long Immigration Queues At Delhi Airport As Home, Aviation Ministry Spar

    Long Immigration Queues At Delhi Airport As Home, Aviation Ministry Spar

    Flying out of the national capital Delhi's international airport on Tuesday, Parminder Singh put out a couple of photographs of the crowds in the immigration hall of airport, rated this year as the world's second best.

  • Jet Airways Flight Diverted After Frequent Flyer Planted 'Bomb Letter' In Toilet

    Jet Airways Flight Diverted After Frequent Flyer Planted 'Bomb Letter' In Toilet

    A frequent flyer traveling on the Jet Airways Mumbai-Delhi flight early this morning has confessed to planting a threatening note in a toilet, which set off a hijack alarm, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has said.

  • Rajnath Singh, In Meet With Mehbooba Mufti, Asks About Jobs For Pandits

    Rajnath Singh, In Meet With Mehbooba Mufti, Asks About Jobs For Pandits

    At their first meeting after former intelligence chief Dineshwar Sharma's appointment as the centre's interlocutor for Kashmir, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Home Minister Rajnath Singh today discussed how the take the initiative forward. They also reviewed the implementation of a special package for the state. One of the key issues that Mr Sin...

  • Why Intel Sources Believe Jaish-e-Mohammed Is Surging In Kashmir Valley

    Why Intel Sources Believe Jaish-e-Mohammed Is Surging In Kashmir Valley

    The arrest of a 20-year-old terrorist in South Kashmir has security forces concerned about a surge in young men signing up for terror groups, many of them via social media, and the fact that they are training locally now, often with guns snatched from policemen. Earlier, terror recruits would travel across the Line of Control into Pakistan-Occupied...

  • On Kashmir Dialogue, Minister Doesn't Agree Entirely With Rajnath Singh

    On Kashmir Dialogue, Minister Doesn't Agree Entirely With Rajnath Singh

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh has described the appointment of former Intelligence Bureau chief Dineshwar Sharma as a big step towards ensuring peace in the Kashmir Valley. But one of his colleagues, Jitendra Singh, appears to have a slightly different view.

  • Youth Of Kashmir Should Focus On Their Future: Centre's Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma

    Youth Of Kashmir Should Focus On Their Future: Centre's Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma

    Former Intelligence chief Dineshwar Sharma, who has been appointed as an interlocutor for Kashmir by the Centre, on Tuesday said the youth of the Valley was getting radicalized and Pakistan was playing a major role in alienating them.

  • 'Ensure Safety Of Journalists': Home Ministry Sends Advisory To States

    'Ensure Safety Of Journalists': Home Ministry Sends Advisory To States

    Nearly two months after journalist Gauri Lankesh was shot dead outside her house in Bengaluru, her killers have still not been caught. The unsolved case has now prompted the centre to send an advisory to all states which says safety of all journalists should be their priority.

  • All Soldiers Guarding Border With China Will Learn Mandarin, Says Rajnath Singh

    All Soldiers Guarding Border With China Will Learn Mandarin, Says Rajnath Singh

    All jawans and officers of the Indo-Tibetan Border Force (ITBP), which guards the border with China, will be taught basic Mandarin to help them deal with soldiers of China's People's Liberation Army, union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today

  • Hizbul Chief Syed Salahuddin's Son, Who Is Government Employee, Arrested

    Hizbul Chief Syed Salahuddin's Son, Who Is Government Employee, Arrested

    Syed Shahid Yousuf, the son of terror group Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, has been arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in connection with terror funding

  • Centre's Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma Has 'Hopes For Kashmir': 10 Facts

    Centre's Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma Has 'Hopes For Kashmir': 10 Facts

    Dineshwar Sharma, the soft-spoken former chief of India's intelligence agency mandated to carry out a "sustained dialogue" with all stakeholders in Jammu and Kashmir, has told NDTV that he wanted to speak "to anyone and everyone interested in bringing permanent peace in Kashmir valley". Mr Sharma is expected to slip into the new role with relative ...

  • Ex-Intel Chief Dineshwar Sharma Is PM Modi's New Man For Kashmir

    Ex-Intel Chief Dineshwar Sharma Is PM Modi's New Man For Kashmir

    Dineshwar Sharma, a former intelligence bureau chief has been appointed by the Centre as its interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh announced on Monday, calling the decision a follow-up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks that "Kashmir's problems can only be solved by embracing Kashmiris".

  • Decision On How To Deal With Rohingyas Should Be Left To Us: Government

    Decision On How To Deal With Rohingyas Should Be Left To Us: Government

    On a day the Supreme Court came close to staying the government's plan to deport Rohingya refugees, a top official of the Union Home Ministry on Friday reiterated that a decision on how to deal with Rohingya people in the country should be left to the government.

  • Home Ministry Withdraws Gallantry Medals Of Three Police Officers In Last Five Months Over 'Misconduct'

    Home Ministry Withdraws Gallantry Medals Of Three Police Officers In Last Five Months Over 'Misconduct'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi advocates "good conduct" for men in uniform. Using this as a bench mark, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) withdrew three Gallantry Awards of three police officers for misconduct in last five months.

  • Lit By Oldest Employee, Raisina Hills Dazzles With 16 Million Colours

    Lit By Oldest Employee, Raisina Hills Dazzles With 16 Million Colours

    A wide range of dynamic themes with 16 million colour combinations lit up the Raisina Hills two iconic buildings - North Block and the South Block Wednesday evening. The iconic buildings were lit by the oldest employee of the government Mr Mahipal Singh.

  • In Kerala Love Jihad Case, Anti-Terror Body To Probe 90 Marriages

    In Kerala Love Jihad Case, Anti-Terror Body To Probe 90 Marriages

    Ninety inter-faith marriages that took place in Kerala over the last two years are being examined by the central counter-terror agency National Investigation Agency mandated to see if there were organised groups preying on vulnerable Hindu women to recruit them as terrorists.

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