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US warns of 'overwhelming' military response if DPRK launches missile ...
Washington [USA], Oct. 22 (ANI): United States Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has said that Washington would give an "overwhelming" military response should the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) successfully launch a nuclear weapon.
UK mission in Chennai launches women empowerment program
Chennai [India], Oct.22 (ANI): The British Deputy High Commission in Chennai has launched a campaign titled 'She Leads' to empower women by honing their leadership skills.
I'll be proud to work with Pakistani artistes: Mahika Sharma
Mumbai, Oct 22 : Amid of the growing tensions between India and Pakistan, former Miss Teen Northeast Mahika Sharma, who has been a part of various charities and NGOs, says banning Pakistani artistes is like "restricting" art. She says that she would be "proud" to work with artistes from that side ...
Missing JNU student: They wanted to kill him, says eyewitness
New Delhi, Oct 22 : As a mob of around 30 students rained blows, abuses and communal slurs on JNU student Najeeb Ahmed on the night of October 14, some of them could be heard saying tauntingly, "Issko 72 houron ke paas bhejna hai (We will send him to 72 virgins)".
Pregnant women avail free facilities under National Rural Health ...
Bhadarwah (Jammu and Kashmir), [India] Oct. 22 : Pregnant women in and around Bhadarwah town of Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district are availing the benefits of medical facilities under Central Government's National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).
`Recovering` Federer brushes aside retirement talk
Johannesburg [South Africa], Oct.22 : Seventeen-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer has dismissed speculation that he is planning to bring the curtain down on his illustrious career at the end of next season.
Taliban delegation travels to Pakistan for Afghan-linked peace talks
Islamabad [Pakistan], Oct. 22 : To hold discussions on possible peace talks, some senior members of the Taliban's political commission based in Qatar have travelled to Pakistan.
IS using civilians as human shields in fighting against Iraqi ...
Geneva, Oct 22 : The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights warned on Friday that fighters from the Islamic State (IS) are using civilians as human shields.
NGO seeks NHRC intervention in pellet firing on Bengal woman
Kolkata, Oct 21 : An NGO on Friday sought the National Human Rights Commission's (NHRC) intervention in alleged firing from pellet guns by forest guards on a woman in West Bengal as she was collecting firewood for household use.
NCSC chairman slams Modi government
New Delhi, Oct 21 : Criticising the Narendra Modi-led central government, National Commission for Scheduled Caste (NCSC) Chairman P.L. Punia said the Prime Minister has made baseless statement about the protection of Dalits.
Politics of fear at play in Shamli, Muzaffarnagar: NCM member
New Delhi, Oct 21 : With no substantial evidence of Muslim aggression against the Hindus in Kairana town of western Uttar Pradesh, it is the "politics of fear" which is at play here, National Minorities Commission member Farida Abdullah Khan said on Friday.
'Mobile tower emissions well within limits in India'
Chandigarh, Oct 21 : Electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions from mobile towers in the country are much below the strict norms enforced by the Department of Telecom (DoT), a senior officer said here on Friday.
JNU students seek minister's help in search for missing student
New Delhi, Oct 21 : The JNU Students Union in a letter to the Union Home Minister on Friday sought its intervention and asked it ensure the safety of the missing student, Najeeb Ahmed, after the detained protesters were released by the Delhi Police.
U.S.-India Business Council concludes Inaugural Manufacturing Mission ...
New Delhi [ India], Oct. 21: The U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) concluded its inaugural manufacturing industry mission to New Delhi yesterday.
Seoul navy chief asks military to be alert against 'provocations'
Seoul, Oct 21 : The South Korean Naval chief on Friday urged the military to remain on high alert to counter North Korea's "provocations" in the border islands, a day after the northern neighbour test-fired a medium-range ballistic missile twice.
Bring back missing Kashmiri youth: Mehbooba to police
Srinagar, Oct 21 : Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Friday said Kashmiri boys who have fled their homes to join militants should be brought back to the mainstream and prevented from losing their lives in shootouts with security forces.
UP tops deaths in judicial and police custody: NHRC
New Delhi, Oct 21 : Uttar Pradesh has recorded the highest number of deaths in judicial and police custody in the country, revealed the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Friday.
BJP, Congress rebuff Trinamool call for anti-Left alliance in Tripura
Agartala, Oct 21 : Dismissing the Trinamool Congress (TMC) proposal to form an alliance to defeat the Left Front in the November 19 bypolls to two assembly seats in Tripura, the BJP on Friday announced its candidates.
NHRC says it has disposed 111, 295 cases in last year
New Delhi [India], Oct.21 : National Human Rights Commission Chairman Justice H.L. Dattu on Friday said that the institution has disposed of 111, 295 cases, out of which 59,924 had to be dismissed in limini, as these were not in line with the provisions of the protection of the PHR Act between ...
In a first, impeachment process of Nepal anti-corruption watchdog to ...
Kathmandu [Nepal], Oct. 21: A Parliament meeting on Sunday is set to fix the date and time for discussion on an impeachment motion against Lokman Singh Karki, who has been suspended from the post of Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority chief following the motion.
Lalita suicide case: Chillar being brought from Mumbai to join probe, ...
New Delhi [India], Oct. 21 : After national kabbadi champion Rohit Chillar and his father Vijay Kumar were arrested separately on Friday in connection with the former's wife Lalita's suicide case, Joint Commissioner of Police (South West) Dependra Pathak on Saturday said police have reached to the ...
200 protesting JNU students detained
New Delhi, Oct 21 : Over 200 students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) were detained here on Friday while demanding swift action to locate missing fellow student Najeeb Ahmed.
Russia's Soyuz spacecraft docks with ISS Module
Moscow, Oct 21 : Russia's Soyuz MS-02 spacecraft carrying three crew members has successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS) "Poisk" module two days after its launch, the Russian Mission Control Center said on Friday.
Petition seeking Pak Army chief's elevation to field marshal dismissed
Islamabad [Pakistan], Oct. 21 : The Islamabad High Court has dismissed a petition seeking the status of field marshal for Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif.
Want to revive romantic genre in Bollywood: Sinha
Mumbai, Oct 21 : Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha, who made his directorial debut in 2001 with sleeper hit "Tum Bin", feels "purist romantic genre" is missing from Bollywood, and said that he wants to revive the genre.
Petition seeking elevation for Pakistan Army chief dismissed
Islamabad, Oct 21 : The Islamabad High Court has dismissed a petition seeking the status of Field Marshal for Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif.
JNU campus row: ABVP trains guns at Left
New Delhi[India], Oct. 21: Saurabh Sharma, ABVP activist and former joint secretary of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU), on Friday alleged that Najeeb Ahmed, who went missing since Saturday following a brawl the night before, is hiding in the campus and accused the Left ...
NASA's Cassini probe sees seasonal changes on Titan
Washington, Oct 21 : Scientists have said NASA's Cassinis mission has allowed them to observe the pattern of seasonal changes on Saturn's largest moon, Titan, in exquisite detail.
Pak summoned Deputy High Commissioner to convey concern over ...
New Delhi [India], Oct. 20 : The Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday said the recent exchange of fire across the Line of Control (LoC) was connected with the infiltration on the Pakistan side.
Despite Kohli's failure, fans happy to witness even contest
New Delhi, Oct 20 : Known for their loud cheers and Bhangra whenever the Indian team plays at the Ferozshah Kotla stadium, the Delhi crowd went into a hush when home boy Virat Kohli was unexpectedly dismissed for a rare single-digit score but expressed delight that the second ODI between India and ...