A vehicle bomb blast targeted an international forces convoy in Logar province, said Ahmad Shakeel, head of media dept for Afghan National Army
Alipore Court says CBI has got the full right to arrest former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajiv Kumar if CBI is man handled they can come to court
Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) conducts five trials of Air-to-Air Missile ‘Astra’; All the trials have been successful.
Punjab Cabinet has approved the modalities for distribution of smart mobile phones to the state’s youth, "to pave the way for the implementation of the scheme from December this year."
Indian people do not want to keep their money in the country, nor do they want to invest it in businesses. Foreign investment is also very low. What kind of economic policies are these of the BJP government that have made everybody lose their trust in them?
CBI issues fresh notice to top police officer Rajeev Kumar, asks him to appear before it by 11 am Friday: sources said
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday that America backs Saudi Arabia's "right to defend itself" after a weekend attack targeted the heart of its oil industry, comments coming after he described the assault as an "act of war." The attacks have reignited fears over a wider conflagration in the region, as tensions remain high over Iran's collapsing nuclear deal with world powers.
West Bengal: Alipore Court has reserved orders on petition filed by former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajiv Kumar on his arrest, and on CBI's plea to issue non-bailable warrant (NBW) against Kumar.
Foreign Secy on Pak not allowing PM to use its airspace while travelling to US: It's an unfortunate situation where a country denies overflight to head of state/head of govt of another country.But it's true when there's a normal country. Hope Pak will realise folly of its actions
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President of Mongolia, Khaltmaagiin Battulga to jointly unveil Lord Buddha statue at Gandan Monastery (Mongolia) tomorrow via video-conferencing.
Fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi, wanted in India in connection with the nearly USD 2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud and money laundering case, was on Thursday further remanded to judicial custody until October 17.
Nirav, 48, appeared before the Westminster Magistrates' Court via videolink from his London prison for a routine "call-over" remand hearing.
“The result of the negligence of police and the BJP government in Unnav rape case and the accused is being protected by the govt is before us. Now the UP police and the BJP govt is repeating the same in Shahjahanpur case. The victim is scared. But no one knows what the BJP govt is waiting for,” tweeted Priyanka Gandhi
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on his main challenger Benny Gantz on Thursday to form a unity government together as election results showed both without an obvious path to a majority coalition.
Netanyahu, in a video message, said he preferred to form a right-wing coalition, but the results showed it was not possible.
Two persons, including a woman, from Maharashtra's Thane district have been booked for allegedly duping 30 people of nearly Rs 22.5 lakh on the pretext of getting them jobs abroad, police said on Thursday.
TMC chief Mamata Banerjee will call on Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday, leading to speculation that the meeting is an effort to rescue former Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar who is under the CBI's scanner and is believed to be close to her, sources said.
Office-goers faced difficulties in reaching their workplaces on Thursday morning as several private buses, taxis and autorickshaws remained off the roads due to a strike called by the UFTA against the amended MV Act provisions.
Many schools in the national capital remained closed due to the strike.
Fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi, wanted in connection with the nearly USD 2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud and money laundering case, will appear before a UK court via videolink from his London prison on Thursday for a routine “call-over” remand hearing.
All schools and junior colleges in Mumbai and neighbouring areas are closed on Thursday after weather office forecast "extremely heavy rainfall" over the next 48 hours, the Maharashtra government said.
The weather office has issued a red alert--indicating "extremely heavy rainfall"--for Mumbai and neighbouring Raigad, news agency PTI reported quoting weather officials.
"In view of heavy rainfall forecasts, a holiday is declared for all schools & junior colleges in Mumbai, Thane and Konkan region today. District collectors in other parts of Maharashtra to decide, based on local conditions," Maharashtra Minister of School Education Ashish Shelar tweeted.