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'Reported By Neeta Sharma' - 198 News Result(s)

  • Public Safety Act, Used To Detain Farooq Abdullah, Explained In 5 Points

    Public Safety Act, Used To Detain Farooq Abdullah, Explained In 5 Points

    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah was on Monday charged under the Public Safety Act (PSA) - a stringent law that enables detention without trial for two years. The politician, 83, has been charged with "disturbing public order", which carries a three-month detention term. He has so far been under "unofficial" house arrest in S...

  • Farooq Abdullah's Detention Under Law Cleared By His Father

    Farooq Abdullah's Detention Under Law Cleared By His Father

    Farooq Abdullah, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, has been charged under the Public Safety Act (PSA), which allows arrest or detention for up to two years without trial. In an irony, he is at the receiving end of the same law that was cleared by his father and former Chief Minister Sheikh Abdullah in the 1970s.

  • Masood Azhar Not In Pak Jail But At Sprawling Jaish Headquarters: Sources

    Masood Azhar Not In Pak Jail But At Sprawling Jaish Headquarters: Sources

    Terror mastermind Masood Azhar is not in jail but at the sprawling headquarters of the Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pakistan's Bahawalpur despite Islamabad's claims of arresting him, government sources say. Masood Azhar's last location, according to sources, was the Markaz Subhanallah, the headquarters of the terror group located in Bahawalpur.

  • Over 200 Terrorists Trying To Enter Jammu And Kashmir, Says Ajit Doval

    Over 200 Terrorists Trying To Enter Jammu And Kashmir, Says Ajit Doval

    More than 200 terrorists are trying to cross into India from Pakistan, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said today, adding Islamabad is trying to stoke violence in the region. The centre last month revoked special status from Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into two union territories.

  • "Can't Say How Long J&K Politicians Will Be Detained": Ajit Doval to NDTV

    "Can't Say How Long J&K Politicians Will Be Detained": Ajit Doval to NDTV

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval told NDTV today thatthe governmenthad no specific time plan in place for the release of detained politicians in Jammu and Kashmir, while also claiming that the centre had sought to ensure "no human right has been violated"

  • "Apple Trucks", "Bangles": Ajit Doval On Pak Intercepts Heard In J&K

    "Apple Trucks", "Bangles": Ajit Doval On Pak Intercepts Heard In J&K

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval today said easing of restrictions from all parts of Jammu and Kashmir depends on how Pakistan behaves. The state has been under partial lockdown since the first week of August after the centre scrapped special from Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into two union territories.

  • Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar Declared Terrorists Under New Anti-Terror Law

    Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar Declared Terrorists Under New Anti-Terror Law

    Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar and Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Hafiz Muhammad Saeed were on Wednesday declared individual terrorists by the government under a new anti-terror law.

  • Jammu And Kashmir's First Global Investor Summit Postponed, Say Sources

    Jammu And Kashmir's First Global Investor Summit Postponed, Say Sources

    The first Jammu and Kashmir investors' summit, set to be held in Srinagar in October, has been postponed, state government sources said on Thursday.

  • Manmohan Singh's Top Security (SPG) Cover Withdrawn, Given CRPF Security

    Manmohan Singh's Top Security (SPG) Cover Withdrawn, Given CRPF Security

    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's top Special Protection Group (SPG) security has been withdrawn. He will have Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) cover, the home ministry has decided.

  • Jammu And Kashmir Flag Gone From Srinagar's Civil Secretariat

    Jammu And Kashmir Flag Gone From Srinagar's Civil Secretariat

    The flag of Jammu and Kashmir was removed from the Civil Secretariat in Srinagar on Sunday following the orders of the Centre, three weeks after the government ended special status of Jammu and Kashmir. Till now, both the Indian flag and the state flag used to fly atop the Civil Secretariat building, the seat of the government. But this morning, on...

  • "If There's No Phone For 10 Days, So Be It": J&K Governor Defends Move

    "If There's No Phone For 10 Days, So Be It": J&K Governor Defends Move

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Sunday claimed that there is no shortage of essential commodities and said the lack of communication lines is a better option than loss of lives.

  • Pakistan Put On "Enhanced Blacklist" By Terror Watchdog FATF's Sub-Group

    Pakistan Put On "Enhanced Blacklist" By Terror Watchdog FATF's Sub-Group

    Pakistan has been put in an "enhanced blacklist" by global financial watchdog Financial Action Task Force's Asia-Pacific division for its failure to meet global standards, officials said on Friday. Islamabad now needs to focus on avoiding the blacklist in October, when the 15-month timeline ends on the FATF's 27-point action plan.

  • "Never Met Peter, Indrani Mukherjea": Karti Chidambaram After CBI Move

    "Never Met Peter, Indrani Mukherjea": Karti Chidambaram After CBI Move

    Arrested former Finance Minister P Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram said today that his father's arrest was nothing but an attempt to silence the government's most vocal critic.

  • P Chidambaram Spent Night At CBI Office Opened When He Was Home Minister

    P Chidambaram Spent Night At CBI Office Opened When He Was Home Minister

    Hours after the dramatic arrest of former Union Minister P Chidambaram, a video that was in wide circulation showed him at the opening of the very building where he was kept in custody last night - the CBI headquarters in central Delhi.

  • P Chidambaram Sent To CBI Custody Till Monday In INX Media Case

    P Chidambaram Sent To CBI Custody Till Monday In INX Media Case

    Former union minister P Chidambaram -- who was questioned for three hours today at the Central Bureau of Investigation headquarters -- has been produced in court shortly. The agency has asked for five days' custody for his interrogation, claiming that he is not cooperating with the investigation.

'Reported By Neeta Sharma' - 198 News Result(s)

  • Public Safety Act, Used To Detain Farooq Abdullah, Explained In 5 Points

    Public Safety Act, Used To Detain Farooq Abdullah, Explained In 5 Points

    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah was on Monday charged under the Public Safety Act (PSA) - a stringent law that enables detention without trial for two years. The politician, 83, has been charged with "disturbing public order", which carries a three-month detention term. He has so far been under "unofficial" house arrest in S...

  • Farooq Abdullah's Detention Under Law Cleared By His Father

    Farooq Abdullah's Detention Under Law Cleared By His Father

    Farooq Abdullah, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, has been charged under the Public Safety Act (PSA), which allows arrest or detention for up to two years without trial. In an irony, he is at the receiving end of the same law that was cleared by his father and former Chief Minister Sheikh Abdullah in the 1970s.

  • Masood Azhar Not In Pak Jail But At Sprawling Jaish Headquarters: Sources

    Masood Azhar Not In Pak Jail But At Sprawling Jaish Headquarters: Sources

    Terror mastermind Masood Azhar is not in jail but at the sprawling headquarters of the Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pakistan's Bahawalpur despite Islamabad's claims of arresting him, government sources say. Masood Azhar's last location, according to sources, was the Markaz Subhanallah, the headquarters of the terror group located in Bahawalpur.

  • Over 200 Terrorists Trying To Enter Jammu And Kashmir, Says Ajit Doval

    Over 200 Terrorists Trying To Enter Jammu And Kashmir, Says Ajit Doval

    More than 200 terrorists are trying to cross into India from Pakistan, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said today, adding Islamabad is trying to stoke violence in the region. The centre last month revoked special status from Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into two union territories.

  • "Can't Say How Long J&K Politicians Will Be Detained": Ajit Doval to NDTV

    "Can't Say How Long J&K Politicians Will Be Detained": Ajit Doval to NDTV

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval told NDTV today thatthe governmenthad no specific time plan in place for the release of detained politicians in Jammu and Kashmir, while also claiming that the centre had sought to ensure "no human right has been violated"

  • "Apple Trucks", "Bangles": Ajit Doval On Pak Intercepts Heard In J&K

    "Apple Trucks", "Bangles": Ajit Doval On Pak Intercepts Heard In J&K

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval today said easing of restrictions from all parts of Jammu and Kashmir depends on how Pakistan behaves. The state has been under partial lockdown since the first week of August after the centre scrapped special from Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into two union territories.

  • Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar Declared Terrorists Under New Anti-Terror Law

    Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar Declared Terrorists Under New Anti-Terror Law

    Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar and Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Hafiz Muhammad Saeed were on Wednesday declared individual terrorists by the government under a new anti-terror law.

  • Jammu And Kashmir's First Global Investor Summit Postponed, Say Sources

    Jammu And Kashmir's First Global Investor Summit Postponed, Say Sources

    The first Jammu and Kashmir investors' summit, set to be held in Srinagar in October, has been postponed, state government sources said on Thursday.

  • Manmohan Singh's Top Security (SPG) Cover Withdrawn, Given CRPF Security

    Manmohan Singh's Top Security (SPG) Cover Withdrawn, Given CRPF Security

    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's top Special Protection Group (SPG) security has been withdrawn. He will have Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) cover, the home ministry has decided.

  • Jammu And Kashmir Flag Gone From Srinagar's Civil Secretariat

    Jammu And Kashmir Flag Gone From Srinagar's Civil Secretariat

    The flag of Jammu and Kashmir was removed from the Civil Secretariat in Srinagar on Sunday following the orders of the Centre, three weeks after the government ended special status of Jammu and Kashmir. Till now, both the Indian flag and the state flag used to fly atop the Civil Secretariat building, the seat of the government. But this morning, on...

  • "If There's No Phone For 10 Days, So Be It": J&K Governor Defends Move

    "If There's No Phone For 10 Days, So Be It": J&K Governor Defends Move

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Sunday claimed that there is no shortage of essential commodities and said the lack of communication lines is a better option than loss of lives.

  • Pakistan Put On "Enhanced Blacklist" By Terror Watchdog FATF's Sub-Group

    Pakistan Put On "Enhanced Blacklist" By Terror Watchdog FATF's Sub-Group

    Pakistan has been put in an "enhanced blacklist" by global financial watchdog Financial Action Task Force's Asia-Pacific division for its failure to meet global standards, officials said on Friday. Islamabad now needs to focus on avoiding the blacklist in October, when the 15-month timeline ends on the FATF's 27-point action plan.

  • "Never Met Peter, Indrani Mukherjea": Karti Chidambaram After CBI Move

    "Never Met Peter, Indrani Mukherjea": Karti Chidambaram After CBI Move

    Arrested former Finance Minister P Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram said today that his father's arrest was nothing but an attempt to silence the government's most vocal critic.

  • P Chidambaram Spent Night At CBI Office Opened When He Was Home Minister

    P Chidambaram Spent Night At CBI Office Opened When He Was Home Minister

    Hours after the dramatic arrest of former Union Minister P Chidambaram, a video that was in wide circulation showed him at the opening of the very building where he was kept in custody last night - the CBI headquarters in central Delhi.

  • P Chidambaram Sent To CBI Custody Till Monday In INX Media Case

    P Chidambaram Sent To CBI Custody Till Monday In INX Media Case

    Former union minister P Chidambaram -- who was questioned for three hours today at the Central Bureau of Investigation headquarters -- has been produced in court shortly. The agency has asked for five days' custody for his interrogation, claiming that he is not cooperating with the investigation.

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