Delhi schools woes: Despite tall promises by Delhi govt, school in Kalkaji does not have drinking water, clean toilets
School official sources who do not wish to be named say that they have written to Delhi government over four months back, but no action has been taken.
Jammu and Kashmir: Restrictions to be eased as schools and colleges to re-open from Monday, landline phones to be restored
It has been reported that government secretariat and other offices will start functioning from Friday
Manipur CM Biren Singh raises concerns about Rohingyas in the state, urges residents to identify agents who felicitate their entry
Biren Singh stated that the “already sinking” Manipuri population will disappear in the near future if residents do not take the initiative.
French woman arrested at Chennai airport over stolen antiques, idols and artefacts worth crores recovered
Idol Wing CID claims to have busted a idol smuggling racket
Rajasthan: Blind father of Dalit youth allegedly lynched last month in Alwar commits suicide, blames police for ‘suppressing investigation’
Last month, a Dalit youth was lynched to death by a mob after his bike accidentally hit a Muslim woman.
CJI Ranjan Gogoi berates advocate ML Sharma for poorly drafted petition on abrogation of Article 370, “I could not understand it,” says CJI
The Supreme Court is hearing a batch of five petitions including one plea filed by ML Sharma pertaining to the abrogation of Article 370 and the restrictions placed in Jammu and Kashmir pre-empting a security threat.
London: Pakistani immigrants, Khalistani goons resort to stone pelting on Indian diaspora at Indian High Commission in London, four arrested
Hundreds of Pakistani thugs and hooligans were present among the protesters at the so-called anti-India protest deliberately which coincided with Independence Day.
Sister joins Chhattisgarh Police, ties rakhi to the gun her martyred brother used while in duty, wants to join Danteshwari fighters to avenge brother’s death
Kavita's brother Assistant Constable Rakesh Kaushal lost his life in the October 2018 ghastly naxal attack in Aranpur, Chhattisgarh, which claimed lives of two security personnel and a Doordarshan cameraperson.
Actor R Madhavan hounded on social media for sharing pictures of himself wearing the Poonal or Yajnopaveetham
Madhavan posted pictures of himself with his son wearing the Poonal or Yajnopaveetham, the sacred thread of Brahmins.
‘Jai Hind’, ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’: Baloch activists seek India’s support to free Balochistan from Pakistan
Meanwhile, Pakistan has decided to mark Indian Independence Day as 'Black Day' and leaders including Pakistani PM Imran Khan have put up a black profile picture on social media.
The Chief of Defence Staff will act as a single place defence advisor to the central government
India Today MOTN Survey: Modi best PM ever, Yogi Adityanath most popular CM, Indians optimistic about economy
37% of the people voted felt that Narendra Modi is the best PM India has ever had.
Assam: Girl drugged and raped inside ruins of ancient temple premises, accused Kutubuddin Ahmed arrested
Kutubuddin Ahmed drugged and raped a girl in the ruins of an ancient temple in Assam
Pakistan and its Prime Minister Imran Khan have not found any support from the international community on Kashmir.
Ladakh celebrates its first Independence Day after announcement of UT status, salutes the tricolour and honours its heroes
With the announcement of the UT status for Ladakh, the region has been expressing its joy and pride at finally being able to celebrate their language, culture and identity away from the dominance of Srinagar politics.
Netizens trend #AbbuKoWishNahiKaroge as Pakistani Army spokesperson taunts India on Indian Independence Day
Despite its silly shenanigans Pakistan expects the rest of the world to take it seriously.
One Nation One Poll, Chief of Defence Staff, water conservation and more: 5 takeaways from PM Modi’s Independence Day speech
Here are the 5 important takeaways from the Independence Day speech delivered by Prime Minister Modi from the ramparts of Red Fort
Imran Khan picks up the narrative of Indian opposition parties, communalises Kashmir issue and equates RSS with Nazis
After the Congress party stirred the religious pot on Kashmir, Prime Minister Imran Khan, too, has given the issue a religious spin.
Karnataka: Popular Mysuru Dasara to be celebrated with usual grandeur, novelist S L Bhyrappa to inaugurate
The Dasara festivities have a rich history of more than 400 years
Fake news on Kashmir continues, now Hurriyat leader’s professor wife passed off as Maharaja Hari Singh’s granddaughter
Video claiming to be of Maharaja Hari Singh’s granddaughter is actually of Prof. Hameeda Nayeem
A native of Haryana’s Nuh, the 55-year old Pehlu Khan and his sons were allegedly accosted by a bunch of people on the suspicion that they smuggled cattle to neighbouring states for slaughter.
Congress leader Hardik Patel, 2 MLAs and others detained for trying to meet disgraced ex-cop Sanjiv Bhatt in jail
Hardik Patel and 2 two other Congress MLAs, along with 27 of their supporters were detained by the police in Palanpur.
The IAF pilots had crossed LoC and attacked JeM terror camp in Balakot on February 26 this year, killing almost 200-300 terrorists
Faesal had quit his job as IAS to launch his political career in Jammu and Kashmir.
Press Club of India clamps down on hyper-activists, refuses to allow screening of propaganda reports on Kashmir
Essentially, the hyper activists and other opposition leaders are toeing the Pakistani propaganda line.
All India Cine Workers Association bans and boycotts singer Mika Singh from Indian film industry after his performance in Pakistan
The celebrity singer is not unfamiliar with controversies
The Uttar Pradesh administration for all this while has been quite stringent, forbidding all religious events including namaz, on roads in various parts of the state.
Sapper Prakash Jadhav, who lost his life in an encounter with terrorists at Kulgam in November 2018, and CRPF personnel Harshpal Singh will be honoured with Kirti Chakra.
Shekhar Gupta claims protests in Kashmir are Pakistan’s best hope, then asks govt to lift restrictions so protests can happen
It is not clear why Gupta, who just days ago claimed that protests in Kashmir will be Pakistan's best hope is now urging the government to lift restrictions and allow protests.
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