Militant associate involved in threatening civilians arrested in J-K's Pulwama
"Police in Awantipora arrested a terrorist associate involved in threatening and intimidating locals in Tral area. He has been identified as Asif Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Larow Jageer Tral," a police official said. He also said as per the police records, Bhat was involved in publishing and circulation of threat posters in the area.
IED found on Srinagar-Jammu national highway in J-K's Kulgam, defused
A road-opening party of the Army detected a suspicious object on the hi...
Attorney-General pitches for fixed 3-year tenure for CJI
Attorney General K.K. Venugopal, in his address at the felicitation function of the ...
Answer every question raised on restrictions imposed in Kashmir: SC to J&K
The Supreme Court told the J&K administration that it will have to respond to each and every question raised on the restrictions imposed in the erstwhile state after the abrogation of Article 370. The SC told Solicitor General Tushar Mehta that petitioners challenging the restrictions have argued in detail and he will have to answer all questions.
L&K Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Anil Nair steps down
"When we began our journey we never expected to reach where we have reached today. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity to work with the dream team," says Anil Nair.
Part-owner Varde may invest ₹ 1k crore in Altico Capital
US-based Varde plans to repay the lenders in full; Altico CEO Sanjeev Agrawal resigns
VHP to honour lawyers led by K. Parasaran in Ayodhya
The Vishva Hindu Parishad is set to felicitate the entire legal team that fought for Ayodhya case in the court that ultimately won themvictory to build Ram Lalla temple at the disputed site. The team was led by senior Supreme Court lawyer K. Parasaran. The VHP has also invited lawyers who fought the case in the high court and lower court.
An original page from 'Tintin' comic earns profit for owner, fetches $435K at Christie's sale
The scenes show Tintin and Snowy trying to wrestle the sceptre away from the hands of thugs.
5,116 preventive arrests in J&K since Aug 4: Home Ministry
"5,161 preventive arrests, including stone pelters, miscreants, OGWs (overground workers), separatists and political workers were made since August 4, 2019, in Kashmir Valley," MoS home G Kishan Reddy said in a statement in the Rajya Sabha.
Amit Shah says NRC to be across India, J&K situation normal
"The process of National Register of Citizens (NRC) will be carried out across the country. No one irrespective of their religion should be worried. It is just a process to get everyone under the NRC," Shah said replying to a supplementary during Question Hour in the Upper House.
AIADMK continues to ridicule Kamal Haasan, Rajinikanth
“Zero plus zero is equal to zero,” revenue and disaster management minister R B Udhayakumar remarked in response to a question pertaining to statements made by actor-turned-politicians Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth that if needed they would come together for the welfare of the people of Tamil Nadu
GAIL, regulator at odds over Rs 1.5K crore pipeline
PNGRB said on November 6 that it had cancelled the bid process for Langtala-Jodhpur-Bhilwara pipeline “as the tariff quoted by GAIL (India) Ltd was found to be excessively high, impacting the viability of the gas itself.” That very day, the board also invited bids for laying a new gas pipeline on altered route from Langtala to Pali via Jodhpur.
Use new political map of India: Govt to Channels
“With the creation of two Union territories of J&K and Ladakh on October 31, 2019, the new political map has been released. It has been prepared by the Survey of India, department of science and technology. All TV channels are requested to use only this map,” the I&B ministry order said.
5,000 officers to visit panchayats in J-K for 'Back to Village-2' programme
As the second phase of the flagship 'Back to the Village' programme is all set to begin in Jammu and Kashmir next week, Lt Governor G C Murmu on Wednesday said 5,000 officers will reach out to the people in each panchayat
Packard Foundation offers $875K fellowship to Indian-American biologist Ankur Jain
The academician researched about how RNA aggregation contributes to neurological diseases.
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