•  Sumegha Gulati: A fighter till end

    Sumegha Gulati: A fighter till end

    She dated cancer but it never deterred her passion. An inspiring journalist, Sumegha Gulati is no more with us. She fought her last fight against the deadly cancer.
  • Nawaz Sharif describes Kashmir as 'unfinished agenda' of UN

    Nawaz Sharif describes Kashmir as 'unfinished agenda' of UN

    Describing Kashmir as "unfinished agenda" of the United Nations, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday vowed to raise the issue at every international platform and provide all sort of support to Kashmiris.
  • Raj Thackeray favours ‘Sharia type’ law to tackle rape cases

    Raj Thackeray favours ‘Sharia type’ law to tackle rape cases

    Chief of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) Raj Thac­keray on Monday advocated a stringent Sharia-type law to tackle heinous crimes like rape against women and minors.
  •  Muslim women beaten up at railway station in India over beef rumour

    Muslim women beaten up at railway station in India over beef rumour

    Two Muslim women have been beaten up at a railway station in central India on suspicion of car­rying beef, an offence in many parts of the Hindu-majori­ty country, police said Wednesday.
  • India denies visas to Pakistani medical mission for held Kashmir

    India denies visas to Pakistani medical mission for Kashmir

    The Indian High Commission in Islamabad has refused visas to a Pakistani medical mission wishing to visit the held Kashmir for treating the victims of recent violence.
  • ‘No annual increment for non-performing employees’

    ‘No annual increment for non-performing employees’

    Non-performing Central govern­ment employees will not get annual increment if their performance is not up to the mark, the Cen­tre has said.The benchmark for performance appraisal for promotion and financial upgradation.
  •  When BBC error helped India in 1971 war

    When BBC error helped India in 1971 war

    Major Gen (retired) Ian Cardozo, a hero of the 1971 war that led to the creation of Bangladesh, paid tribute to BBC’s coverage of the hostilities on Monday but recalled its one mistake that benefited India
  • Rasheed’s March to PMO Foiled

    Rasheed’s March to PMO Foiled

    Independent legislator Er Rasheed Monday said that Delhi police foiled his protest March of his Awami Itihaad Party (AIP) towards Prime Minister’s residence by using force and arresting about a dozen protestors including Er Rashid.
  • Campaign turns-celebrities into pellet victims

    Campaign turns-celebrities into pellet victims

    Human rights activist Muhammad Jibran Nasir has launched a unique campaign on social media to highlight the plight of pellet victims of Kashmir.Photo campaign titled ‘What if you knew the Victim? #IndiaCantSee’ is aimed at sensitizing masses.
  • 7th Pay Commission : Govt likely to issue notification this week

    7th Pay Commission : Govt likely to issue notification this week

    The government is likely to issue a notification for the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission recommenda­tions this week. The Union government is likely to issue a notification for the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission
  •  ‘India to face serious consequences for expelling journalists’

    ‘India to face serious consequences for expelling journalists’

    Chinese state media lashed out at In­dia on Sunday after India expelled three Chinese journalists for visiting a restricted Tibetan settle­ment in Mumbai using fake names.
  •  Israeli woman gang-raped in Manali

    Israeli woman gang-raped in Manali

    A 25-year-old Israeli woman has allegedly been raped by two men in the popu­lar northern Indian Himala­yan resort town of Manali, se­nior local police officers said on Monday.
  • A pro-Kashmir demonstration in the Indian capita

    Prominent writers, academics express solidarity with Kashmiris

    More than 800 prominent writers, academics and others have expressed their solidarity with people in conflict-ridden Jammu and Kashmir, following violent protests after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.
  • Swaraj hits back at PM Nawaz Sharif

    Kashmir will never be a part of Pakistan: India

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday slammed Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over his comments on Kashmir, after she said the whole of India would like to tell PM of Pak that this dream won’t be realized.
  • Legendary artist S H Raza passes away at 94

    Legendary artist S H Raza passes away at 94

    Modern Indian artist Syed Haider Raza died here on Saturday following a prolonged illness. He was 94. Raza was suffering from old-age related ailments and was in the ICU of a private hospital for the last two months.