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Pak should help tackle terror: Rajnath
Lucknow: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday asked Pakistan to extend all help in tackling terrorism as it was also a victim of the menance. "It (Pakistan) should extend full cooperation in checking terrorism because the country is facing a similar problem today," Singh told reporters. On Pakistan's strong reaction to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's recent remarks...
IS seizes last Syria-Iraq border crossing   22 May, 2015
Damascus: Islamic State (IS) militants have seized the last government-controlled border crossing between Syria and Iraq, a Syrian monitoring group said on Friday.According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), the terror group seized the Syrian side of the al-Tanf, known as al-Waleed in Iraq, border-crossing on Thursday, following the withdrawal of Syrian troops, Xinhua news agency...
Home ministry notification shows BJP is nervous: Kejriwal   22 May, 2015
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday the home affairs ministry's notification asserting the Lt Governor's power in public order and services issues showed BJP's nervousness against its anti-corruption effort."The BJP first lost Delhi elections. Today's notification shows BJP's nervousness about our anti-corruption efforts. The BJP again lost...
Pakistan executes four convicts   23 May, 2015
Islamabad: The Pakistani authorities on Saturday executed four convicts in jails across Punjab province.Ehsaan was executed at Lahore Central Jail. He was sentenced to death in 2002 for committing a murder, Dawn online reported.Mohammad Saleem was hanged in Faisalabad Central Jail. He was sentenced to death in 2004 for murdering his cousin.Abdul Ghaffar was executed in Multan Central Jail for...
Army instructed to neutralise infiltrators: Parrikar   21 May, 2015
New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Thursday that the army has been given orders to neutralise infiltrators trying to enter India.Speaking at the 'Manthan' conclave organised by TV news channel Aaj Tak, the minister said: "I can only say that anyone trying to infiltrate will be neutralised.""A terrorist, who comes with a gun, cannot be treated on...
Modi government allergic to Kejriwal: Sisodia   24 May, 2015
India to ask Pak to seize assets of Dawood, Hafiz, Lakhvi   24 May, 2015
'Afzal Guru was hanged for political reasons'   24 May, 2015
Landslide blocks river, raises fears of flood reaching India   24 May, 2015
Ireland becomes first country to vote for equal marriage   24 May, 2015
Tharoor attacks media, calls it 'self-appointed liars'   21 May, 2015
Iraqi forces break through IS siege at oil refinery: Pentagon   23 May, 2015
Modi salutes Rajiv Gandhi on death anniversary   21 May, 2015
Obama repeats commitment to Israel   23 May, 2015
Rahul meets ex-servicemen on OROP   23 May, 2015
US, Cuba 'much closer' to opening embassies   23 May, 2015
Iran condemns Saudi Shiite mosque bombing   23 May, 2015
UPA's Land Act was against rural areas: Jaitley   22 May, 2015
Palmyra destruction by IS would be considered war crime: EU   22 May, 2015
Modi's China visit created positive atmosphere: V.K. Singh   21 May, 2015
Centre backs LG, says not mandatory to consult CM   22 May, 2015
US sending 2,000 anti-tank weapons to Iraq   22 May, 2015
Cong responsible for rise of insurgency in north-east: Rijiju   21 May, 2015
'Osama was an avid reader'   21 May, 2015
Pakistan denies selling nukes to Saudi   22 May, 2015
Coal block allocation case: Jindal, others get bail   22 May, 2015
No pressure from RSS on Modi govt: Gadkari   20 May, 2015
MBA graduate denied job for being Muslim   21 May, 2015
US not losing fight against Islamic State: Obama   22 May, 2015
IS executes 17 people in Syria's Palmyra   22 May, 2015
Iraq deploys tanks as IS tightens grip on Ramadi   20 May, 2015
Greenpeace staff to work for free after India blocks funds   21 May, 2015
US pledges aid to deal with migrant crisis   21 May, 2015
Pachauri influencing witnesses: Complainant   19 May, 2015
Malaysia orders rescue, Thailand says no to shelters   21 May, 2015
Colombian landslide toll rises to 61   19 May, 2015
Fighter jet tests landing ability, touches down on highway   21 May, 2015
Tharoor's aides to undergo polygraph test   20 May, 2015
Iran not to succumb under pressure at N-talks   20 May, 2015
13 militants killed in Pakistan military airstrikes   20 May, 2015
Jung cancels postings, Kejriwal writes to Modi   20 May, 2015
IS seizes control of Syrian city of Palmyra   21 May, 2015
PIL in SC for bringing political parties under RTI   19 May, 2015
Court allows police's polygraph test plea   20 May, 2015
HC seeks Pachauri's response on bail cancellation   20 May, 2015
Jung has exceeded authority: Legal experts   19 May, 2015
Modinomics, South Korea can combine: President Park   19 May, 2015
Obama opens his own Twitter account   19 May, 2015
Bomb outside justice ministry kills five   19 May, 2015
170 IS members killed in Syria   20 May, 2015
India has elected a wrong PM: Congress   20 May, 2015
Modi returns from three-nation tour   20 May, 2015
Nepal quake ravages Tibet temples   19 May, 2015
Iran uses maritime confrontations to project power   19 May, 2015
Modi wraps up three-nation visit, flies home   19 May, 2015
Elephant march   16 May, 2015
Saudi-led air strikes hit Yemen after truce expires   19 May, 2015
Home and away   16 May, 2015
Court frames charges against RSPL   19 May, 2015
Pakistan, Afghan intelligence sign landmark deal   19 May, 2015
Kerry confident about combating IS   18 May, 2015
India, South Korea to boost defence ties   18 May, 2015
Mother Teresa to be canonised in Sept 2016   18 May, 2015
Babu's office found locked, another's posting declared 'void'   18 May, 2015
India the new bright spot of hope: Modi   19 May, 2015
U.S. fears Shi'ite militias could worsen Iraqi sectarian fires   19 May, 2015
New envoy Arun Singh presents credentials to Obama   19 May, 2015
An Asia of unity will shape the world: Modi   19 May, 2015
Indian Navy admits to shooting fisherman   18 May, 2015
Ex-Chechen policeman among 2 charged for Nemtsov killing   09 March, 2015
Charges filed against 170 motorcycle gang members   19 May, 2015
Decision to ban documentary has backfired: US group   07 March, 2015
Wickremesinghe justifies shooting of Indian fishermen   07 March, 2015
Bobby Jindal testing waters for 2016 presidential run   19 May, 2015
Militants kill five in attack on restaurant in Mali capital   07 March, 2015
AAP govt appoints new principal secy; LG rejects   18 May, 2015
SC to hear Manmohan Singh's plea on April 1   27 March, 2015
Airlines introduce two-person cockpit rule after Alps crash   27 March, 2015
Co-pilot deliberately crashed plane: Officials   26 March, 2015
CBI files closure report in case against Tytler   25 March, 2015
Air strikes kill militants allied with Pak Taliban   25 March, 2015
'DD, AIR archives should be made available'   25 March, 2015
Iran condemns Saudi strikes in Yemen   26 March, 2015
Pilot locked out of cockpit before Germanwings crash: Report   26 March, 2015
Saudi Arabia launches strike in Yemen   26 March, 2015
MP Governor's son found dead   25 March, 2015
Yemen prez flees home as rebels advance   25 March, 2015
IS claims responsibility for Libya bomb attacks   25 March, 2015
Naval plane crash: One rescued, two missing   25 March, 2015
Curiosity rover detects life-supporting nitrogen on Mars   25 March, 2015
'Sending V.K. Singh to Pakistan Day 'calibrated decision''   25 March, 2015
Order bringing AGI's office under RTI stayed   25 March, 2015
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