India on Thursday said the process for disengagement of troops in eastern Ladakh has not yet been completed though some progress was made, an assertion that came two days after China claimed frontline troops of the two countries have “completed” this exercise at most locations along their border.
Senior Congress leader Prof Saifuddin Soz continued to be under house arrest on Thursday, in spite of the Jammu and Kashmir administration informing the Supreme Court that there are no curbs on the movement of the former Union minister
Jammu and Kashmir, Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh on Thursday directed security forces to remain very alert for ensuing fortnight and put into use all resources so that the religious festivals as well as the I-Day celebrations pass off peacefully
The Jammu and Kashmir administration has appointed five senior IAS officers to coordinate visits of media teams from various parts of the country over the next two weeks
A teenager, who had inadvertently crossed into Pakistan-controlled Kashmir early this year, was handed over to the army by Pakistan officials on Thursday during a flag meeting
The outlook for India’s reeling economy has worsened again as business activity slows and COVID-19 infections soar
Masked pilgrims arrived on Thursday at Mount Arafat, a desert hill near the Holy Kaaba, to pray and repent on the most important day of the Haj, in Makkah, Saudi Arabia
The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC) Aerospace Force on Wednesday released images of the Al-Udeid Base in Qatar, which hosts thousands of U.S. troops, taken by Iran’s newly-launched satellite, Nour-1
Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards fired ballistic missiles from underground for the first time as part of an annual military drill, Amirali Hajizadeh
Big Tech executives faced an onslaught of criticism from US lawmakers Wednesday at a high-stakes antitrust hearing which could lay the groundwork for tougher regulation and legal actions against the major internet platforms.