The two slain civilian families said their kin were not overground workers (OGWs) for terrorists, as claimed by the police, and the niece of one of them alleged her uncle had been used as a “human shield”. The families’ claims led to PDP, NC, and the People’s Conference calling for an impartial investigation.
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₹ 4cr gold stolen from SoBo jeweller squirrelled away in Raj field, 10 held
Mumbai: Two weeks after 17.5kg of gold worth Rs 8.19 crore was stolen from a jeweller’s office in Bhuleshwar, a 21-year-old worker has been arrested besides nine of his accomplices for the theft.
Ukraine tensions: India tries to appear neutral
Ties With Both US And Russia Critical For India
Trailer of Rajkummar and Bhumi's Badhaai Do gets lots of love
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Spirit of ‘nation first': Modi's mantra for youth at NCC rally
Exhorts Youth To Spread ‘Vocal For Local’ Drive
Sahara cos raised ₹ 50k cr, did not pay back investors: SFIO
Asks SC To Lift HC Stay On Probe
Pvt med edu fees rise 2%-10%; parents seek check on deposits
Mumbai: Fees at several private medical colleges have gone up by 2% to 10%. Most colleges had sought higher fee hikes this year, citing a deficit in hospital revenue in the pandemic.
PM to address his 1st UP virtual rally on Jan 31
Lucknow: Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be addressing his first virtual political rally of the Uttar Pradesh campaign on January 31, primarily for the districts voting in the first phase.
Namaste, Shalom To Friendship
Foreign ministers of India, Israel write to mark the 30th anniversary of establishing full diplomatic ties
Legislators' House conduct draws SC's disapproval
New Delhi: With scenes of unruly behavior in the House by members of legislative bodies, including Parliament, becoming frequent in recent times, the Supreme Court on Friday expressed deep concern over the deterioration as most of the time is spent “in jeering and personal attacks against each other instead of erudite constructive and educative debates consistent with the highest tradition of the august body”.
Indian hockey seeks consistency in new season
Bengaluru: In the world of sports where bio-bubbles, constant Covid-19 testing and tournament behind closed doors have become the norm, the functioning of teams, focus and planning have seen a lateral shift.
Where History Intersects With Myth
ASHWIN SANGHI is an Indian author in the intersecting genre of mythology, fiction and thriller. Here he is interviewed by RUDY SINGH at Kanha Shanti Vanam about his formative influences, what brought him to writing, and the gray area intersecting mythology and history. In Part 2, the conversation will also move to his own work and in particular his latest books.
‘ABCD switches in Ghazipur IED point to ISI hand'
Intelligence sources said there were eerie similarities between the IED found in Delhi and those recovered in Punjab in the last six months
Terror strike foiled as IED defused at Ghazipur market
RDX Detected; Khalistanis And Others On Radar
La pandemia fue una montaña rusa durante 2021. Las nuevas vacunas estimularon el optimismo y las reaperturas, pero los esfuerzos de inmunización estuvieron plagados de información falsa y escasez. A pesar de que ya se recupera el ritmo de la vida diaria, el virus aún es una amenaza.
LeT operative among 2 killed in encounters
SRINAGAR: Two terrorists, including a top commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), were killed in separate encounters with security forces in Srinagar on Monday, police said.
श्रीनगर में मुठभेड़ में जैश-ए-मोहम्मद के तीन आतंकवादी ढेर, पांच सुक्षा कर्मी घायल
जम्मू-कश्मीर के श्रीनगर में पन्था चौक इलाके में सुरक्षा बलों और आतंकवादियों के बीच शुक्रवार को मुठभेड़ में जैश-ए-मोहम्मद के तीन आतंकवादी मारे गए और पांच सुरक्षा कर्मी घायल हो गएँ।
3 former J&K CMs detained before delimitation march
Political leaders, including three former chief ministers, were detained ahead of a march by the People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) to protest against the recommendations of the Delimitation Commission in Srinagar on Saturday.
Hyderpora operation: SIT probe reveals involvement of foreign terrorist
Hyderpora: SIT gives clean chit to forces, says youth was militant
GIVING a clean chit to security forces in the Hyderpora encounter, the J&K Police’s Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Tuesday said dentist Dr Mudasir Gul was shot dead by a foreign militant and that building owner Altaf Bhat was taken hostage and later killed in crossfire.
30 मिनट में दो हमले, एएसआई शहीद, एक नागरिक की भी मौत
दो पुलिसकर्मी घायल, इलाज के दौरान एक की मौत