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Two killed in Pakistan firing in Jammu and Kashmir  

Two people were killed and seven others injured early Saturday in heavy firing by the Pakistan Rangers on the Border Security Force posts near the international border in R.S. Pura sector in Jammu district, pol ...  MORE»

Armed forces will give a fitting reply to Pakistan: BJP  

Commenting on the series of ceasefire violations by Pakistan this week, Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Nalin Kohli said on Friday that the government, and in particular Defence Minister Arun Jaitley, have m ...  MORE»

Second Mumbai Metro project to take off Aug 26  

Mumbai will get the second Mumbai Metro Line, between Colaba and SEEPZ, Minister for Urban Development M. Venkaiah Naidu said here Friday. ...  MORE»

Supreme Court gives Centre a month to explain why there is no LoP  

The Supreme Court on Friday asked the NDA Government at the Centre to explain why there is no Leader of Opposition in Parliament, and gave the former a month's time to come up with an answer on how it proposes  ...  MORE»

Regret my statement on small rape incident causing losses to tourism sector was misconstrued: Jaitley  

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said he regretted the fact that his statement linking the decrease in tourism to the increase in rape cases had been misconstrued. ...  MORE»

Trying to resolve the issue: Gadkari, Kejriwal tell court  

Union minister Nitin Gadkari and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Friday told the Delhi High Court that they are trying to resolve the issue in a defamation case filed by the former BJP chief to seek redressal for  ...  MORE»

Irom Sharmila again arrested in Manipur  

Activist Irom Sharmila Chanu, who is on an indefinite fast in Manipur for nearly 14 years demanding repeal of a law giving sweeping powers to the armed forces to tackle terrorism, was again arrested Friday, two ...  MORE»

Dec 16 gangrape a ‘small incident’ whose ‘advertising’ cost us millions: Jaitley  

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has managed to join the ever-growing list of politicians making insensitive comments over crime against women. ...  MORE»

Ensure code of conduct for UP by-polls: Poll panel to officials  

The Election Commission has directed the district officials to ensure complete adherence to model of conduct in places where assembly and parliamentary by-polls will take place in Uttar Pradesh, officials said  ...  MORE»

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu  

The Pakistan Rangers Friday violated the ceasefire by resorting to unprovoked firing at Indian positions on the international border in Jammu district, police said. ...  MORE»

God’s own country seeks to bottle devil  

Kerala, which hard sells itself as God’s own country but has more takers for spirits than spirituality, has decided to close down all bars except those in five-star facilities and observe Sundays as dry days. ...  MORE»

Search for Sangh-BJP stalwart to replace Nehru  

Babudom has a new headache: the government’s latest Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban “Renewal” Mission. A mission, that is, to “renew” the original mission’s name, dropping the reference to the first Prime Minis ...  MORE»

Communal tension in UP: Hapur on edge after clashes  

The situation here remained tense on Friday even as prohibitory orders remained in place following clashes between two communities a day earlier. ...  MORE»

Congressmen protest with black flags near Modi meeting venue  

A group of Congress supporters on Thursday staged a demonstration with black flags near the venue of a function attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here.   ...  MORE»

Low voter turnout in bypolls in Bihar  

A paltry 47 per cent voting was registered in the crucial bypolls to 10 Assemby seats in Bihar on Thursday, five per cent less than recorded in the 2010 Assembly poll. ...  MORE»