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Ensure safety of Jadhav's wife: India to Pak

Responding to Pakistan’s offer of access to Jadhav’s wife, made last week, India has replied with a set of riders. The conditions detailed in the Indian response are intended to ensure the safety of the family as well as guard against “dirty tricks”

Cancer remark: Assam health minister apologises

Trolled on Twitter for the third day on Thursday after saying cancer is a result of sins in past lives at a function organised for distribution of appointment letters to teachers on Tuesday, health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in today apologised for the controversy, which he said was mindless and ...

India to Pak: Vow you won’t play dirty with Jadhav’s wife

Responding to Pakistan’s offer of access to Jadhav’s wife, made last week, India has replied with a set of riders. The conditions detailed in the Indian response are intended to ensure the safety of the family as well as guard against “dirty tricks”

Pay Rs 10L each to 150 students, SC tells college

In the wake of an ongoing investigation into a judicial nexus in illegal medical college admissions, the Supreme Court directed a Lucknow-based college on Thursday to pay Rs 10 lakh each to 150 students as compensation and sternly admonished a bench of the Allahabad high court for permitting the ...

Cheques are going nowhere, Finance ministry says

The ministry, in a couple of tweets, stated that the government has no such intentions to withdraw the service and "reaffirmed that there's no such proposal".

China hints it can rename CPEC if India joins 'One Belt One Road' plan

The Chinese foreign ministry on Thursday responded to a statement by its ambassador in India, Luo Zhaohui, who recently said Beijing is prepared to rename the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to address India’s concerns. The ministry neither endorsed nor denied Luo’s statement, suggesting ...

Growing role for India in Australia's foreign policy

Releasing the white paper, Malcolm Turnbull, Australian Prime Minister said Australia was attempting to shape the Indo-Pacific by linking up with countries who “share our interests and commitment to rules-based institutions”.

Growing role for India in Australia's new foreign policy document

Releasing the white paper, Malcolm Turnbull, Australian Prime Minister said Australia was attempting to shape the Indo-Pacific by linking up with countries who “share our interests and commitment to rules-based institutions”.

'No proposal to withdraw cheque book facility'

The ministry, in a couple of tweets, stated that the government has no such intentions to withdraw the service and "reaffirmed that there's no such proposal".

ISL Live: Chennaiyin FC vs NorthEast United FC

Check football live score and commentary of the Indian Super League season four match between Chennaiyin FC and NorthEast United FC on The Times of India

US-Russia arms race: Nukes, drones, subs getting more deadlier than ever

The US modernization effort is not coming cheap. This year the Congressional Budget Office estimated the program will cost at least $1.25 trillion over 30 years. The amount could grow significantly, as the Pentagon has a history of major cost overruns on large acquisition projects.

India 'outraged' at Hafiz Saeed's release: MEA

Guarantee safety of Kulbhushan's kin: India to Pak

Indrani playing the 'victim card': Peter Mukerjea

Former media baron Peter Mukerjea on Thursday told a trial court here that his wife and co-accused Indrani Mukerjea's allegation that he may have played a role in Sheena Bora's disappearance appeared to be a "desperate attempt by her to wriggle out of the situation".

Pak trying to 'mainstream' proscribed terrorists: India on Saeed's release

'No time to prepare for SA, sought bouncy tracks'

NAGPUR: Indian captain Virat Kohli on Thursday complained that cramped schedules are getting in the way of proper preparation for big series such as the upcoming tour of South Africa, a criticism that the BCCI promised to address with "utmost seriousness".

EPS-OPS camp gets AIADMK's two-leaves symbol

The Election Commission has settled the AIADMK symbol row in the favour of the group led by Tamil Nadu chief minister E Palaniswami and his deputy O Panneerselvam, citing the overwhelming support it enjoys from members of the legislative wing and general council of the party.

Prez nod to ordinance against wilful defaulters

The ordinance aims at putting in place safeguards to prevent unscrupulous persons from misusing or vitiating the provisions of the Code.

‘Padmavati’ reportedly insured for Rs 140 crore

Sniper rifles, special Limos, Nizam suite: Hyderabad gears up for Ivanka

Expert marksmen from Telangana’s elite Greyhound will be positioned for the security of Ivanka Trump and PM Narendra Modi during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. Besides, three bulletproof and mine-resistant Limousines are being flown into India from the US for the security of Ivanka Trump ...

NDA govt saved over Rs 12,600cr in Rafale deal

The Rafale deal negotiated by the Modi government resulted in a substantial 350 million reduction for 36 aircraft in flyaway condition as compared with terms that were being considered by the UPA and there is a further 1,300 million saving for weapons, maintenance and training.

Producers to not release 'Padmavati' in UK?

NDA govt saved over Rs 12,600 crore in Rafale deal

The Rafale deal negotiated by the Modi government resulted in a substantial 350 million reduction for 36 aircraft in flyaway condition as compared with terms that were being considered by the UPA and there is a further 1,300 million saving for weapons, maintenance and training.

Hafiz Saeed tit-for-tat: Asylum for Baloch leader?

'Padmavati' cleared by UK for Dec 1 release

Even though the makers of 'Padmavati' have deferred the release of the film in India, the British Board Of Film Classification has cleared it. The Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial will hit the screens in the UK on December 1.

4-year-old sexually abused in school by ‘classmate’

Colonel arrested for raping Lt- Colonel's daughter

Shimla SP confirmed an FIR was registered on the complaint of the survivor after conducting preliminary investigations.​ The survivor alleged that the officer threatened to ruin her father’s career if she spoke about the crime to anyone.

US Senate’s pass to LeT may have emboldened Pak to release Saeed

In a significant development earlier this month, the US Congress changed a provision in a defence bill that would have required Islamabad to take steps to “significantly disrupt’’ the activities of both LeT and the Haqqani network.

New ordinance to strike loan defaulters body blow

Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code: The government on Wednesday recommended an ordinance to significantly tighten the norms to bar promoters of companies facing insolvency proceedings from bidding for the ailing entities, in a move that will shut out several business families from vying with competitors ...

ICJ: Key research helped India outwit UK at UN

A key piece of research dug out after hours of pouring over UN voting records by a diligent junior official at India's permanent mission was instrumental in India torpedoing UK's unprecedented proposal for a Joint Conference mechanism to break the International Court of Justice deadlock.

Insolvency law: Ordinance to strike loan defaulters another body blow

The government on Wednesday recommended an ordinance to significantly tighten the norms to bar promoters of companies facing insolvency proceedings from bidding for the ailing entities, in a move that will shut out several business families from vying with competitors and overseas funds.

ICJ: A key research helped India outwit UK at UN

A key piece of research dug out after hours of pouring over UN voting records by a diligent junior official at India's permanent mission was instrumental in India torpedoing UK's unprecedented proposal for a Joint Conference mechanism to break the International Court of Justice deadlock.

Hardik pledges support to Cong after quota deal

The deal was brokered by senior Congressman Kapil Sibal. Declaring his "direct and indirect" support to Congress, the PAAS convener said the party has assured "quota under Article 31 of the Constitution which guarantees that it will be kept outside the purview of the judiciary".

BrahMos successfully test-fired from Sukhoi jet

In a big leap towards inducting this deep surgical strike capability, the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, which flies almost three times the speed of sound at Mach 2.8, was successfully tested for the first time from a Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jet in the Bay of Bengal at about 10.40 am on Wednesday.

Karni Sena wants Mewar royalty to 'clear' movie

Changing its stand on 'Padmavati', Shri Rajput Karni Sena said the movie should be shown to the erstwhile royal family of Mewar, and if they found nothing objectionable, protests would be withdrawn. So far, SRKS has been insisting that the film should be screened before its representatives.

Flight delayed, woman argues with Union minister

In yet another instance of VVIP movement grounding the common man, a woman missed her relative's funeral in Patna on Tuesday as her flight from Imphal took off with a two-hour delay. The reason: civilian flight movement there was closed for some time on Tuesday afternoon as President Ramnath Kovind ...

4 days before 26/11 anniv, Pak sets Saeed free

Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed was ordered released from detention in Lahore by a judicial review board on Wednesday, just four days before the ninth anniversary of 26/11 attack on Mumbai that left 166 dead. Saeed may walk free on Thursday if the government does not detain him in any other case.

Deposit money like good kids: SC to Jaypee brass

Court restrains them from selling their properties or those of family members

ICJ: Key research helped India outwit UK on Joint Conference proposal

A key piece of research dug out after hours of pouring over UN voting records by a diligent junior official at India's permanent mission was instrumental in India torpedoing UK's unprecedented proposal for a Joint Conference mechanism to break the International Court of Justice deadlock.

'Pak hoodwinking the world on Hafiz Saeed'

Mumbai terror attacks mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed's release order by a Pakistani judicial body shows how Pakistan is "hoodwinking" the international community on the issue of terrorism, government sources said on Wednesday.

BJP, Congress spar over Patidar quota deal

Legal experts on Wednesday said the quota promised by the Congress to Hardik Patel for his Patidar community in poll-bound Gujarat may not pass judicial muster due to the 50 per cent cap.

Cancer is 'divine justice' for sins: Assam minister

Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has kicked up a storm with his remarks that some people suffer from life-threatening diseases such as cancer because of sins committed in the past which he called "divine justice".

BrahMos successfully test-fired from Sukhoi jet

In a big leap towards inducting this deep surgical strike capability, the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, which flies almost three times the speed of sound at Mach 2.8, was successfully tested for the first time from a Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jet in the Bay of Bengal at about 10.40 am on Wednesday ...

BJP, Congress spar over quota deal; experts question its implementation

Legal experts on Wednesday said the quota promised by the Congress to Hardik Patel for his Patidar community in poll-bound Gujarat may not pass judicial muster due to the 50 per cent cap.

How S Arabia is trying to seize assets of detainees

A tycoon was called home to Saudi Arabia from abroad for a business meeting and detained when he returned. A billionaire was ordered to turn himself in or be picked up like a common criminal. An official was called in to discuss an attack that apparently never happened.

Flight delayed, woman argues with Union minister

Won't allow 'Padmavati' to release in Gujarat: CM

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Wednesday declared that the his government would not allow release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Padmavati' in the poll-bound state. Governments of UP and Madhya Pradesh had also earlier announced that they won't allow the release of 'Padmavati' in their states.

Anti-graft drive: How Saudi Arabia is trying to seize assets of detainees

A tycoon was called home to Saudi Arabia from abroad for a business meeting and detained when he returned. A billionaire was ordered to turn himself in or be picked up like a common criminal. An official was called in to discuss an attack that apparently never happened.

Hafiz Saeed to be released from house arrest

Won't allow 'Padmavati' to release in Gujarat: CM

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Wednesday declared that the his government would not allow release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmavati" in the poll-bound state.