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John Kerry to travel to Dhaka and New Delhi

On August 30, Kerry and US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker will co-chair the second US-India Strategic and Commercial Dialogue (S&CD).

A month on, search continues for missing IAF aircraft AN-32

A month since it went off radar enroute Port Blair, the search for the missing AN-32 aircraft of Indian Air Force continues without any concrete evidence about the fate of the aircraft.

Foreign ministers of India, China to meet on Friday

Foreign ministers of India, China to meet on Friday

The two foreign ministers are expected to hold talks on important issues of bilateral, regional and multilateral interest.

Check out! India's 8 most expensive cities 2016

Check out! India's 8 most expensive cities 2016

For Indian travellers, Mumbai has been ranked the most expensive city in the country, followed by Hyderabad, New Delhi, Bangalore and Kolkata.

BJP MLA Harak Singh Rawat booked in rape case - Know what happened

BJP MLA Harak Singh Rawat booked in rape case - Know what happened

The Uttarakhand Police on Saturday booked BJP leader Harak Singh Rawat after a complaint on charges of rape and harassment was lodged against him. 

Opposition attacks government over "increasing" attacks on dalits, muslims

Opposition on Friday hit out at BJP over an attack on two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh on the beef issue and alleged that dalits and Muslims were being increasingly targeted, prompting Home Minister Rajnath Singh to assert that justice will be done in the case.

Unemployment issue disrupts Rajya Sabha

 The Rajya Sabha was disrupted on Friday after the problem of unemployment was raised during zero hour.

India should not hold dialogue with Pakistan: Samajwadi Party

With Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh scheduled to visit Pakistan next week for the SAARC meeting, the Samajwadi Party (SP) on Friday said dialogue with Islamabad will yield no results.

Provide details of soldiers whose bodies were mutilated by the enemy: CIC

The Central Information Commission has directed the army to provide details of soldiers whose bodies were mutilated by insurgents and enemy soldiers during skirmishes on Pakistan and China borders.

Goa suspends bus services to Karnataka over river dispute

Goa on Thursday suspended bus services to Karnataka following an ongoing river dispute between the two states.

India's ''unfinished agenda'' is to retrieve illegally occupied part of J&K: Jitendra Singh

Taking on Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for describing Kashmir as `unfinished agenda` of the United Nations, Minister of State in Prime Minister`s Office (PMO) Jitendra Singh on Thursday said India`s only unfinished agenda with Islamabad is to retrieve the part of Jammu and Kashmir, which continues to be illegally occupied even after 68 years of partition.

Chinese incursion along Uttarakhand border figures in Lok Sabha

The opposition Congress, Samajwadi Party and Trinamool Congress on Thursday raised in the Lok Sabha the incursion by Chinese troops along the Uttarakhand border earlier this month.

Congress forms five-member committee to examine bills, debates in Parl

The Congress on Wednesday formed a five-member committee to examine the ongoing bills and debates in the Parliament on specific issues.

Sonia pays tribute to Kalam on first death anniversary

Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday paid homage to former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on his first death anniversary, terming him a true humanist and "an ardent believer in unleashing India`s true potential".

Court restrains grandson from dispossessing 92-yr-old man of property

Coming to the aid of a 92-year-old man, a Delhi court has restrained his grandson from forcibly dispossessing him of a disputed property.

Arunachal CM reviews flood situation, may make aerial survey

 Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu convened a high-level emergency meeting here to review the flood situation in the state which remained grim in four districts.

Modi government to organise 'Bharat Parv' to mark Independence Day

The capital will witness a mega event to mark the Independence Day with the Modi government deciding to hold a cultural spectacle spanning six days from August 12, nearly two-and-half-months after it organised an extravaganza to celebrate its second anniversary at India Gate.

54 ISIS supporters arrested: Governmnet

As many as 54 supporters of dreaded terror group ISIS have been arrested in the country, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

Congress MP moves privilege motion against Naqvi in RS

Congress MP K V P Ramchandra Rao on Tuesday moved a breach of privilege notice against Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi for allegedly letting ruling members to go into Well of the House and disrupt proceedings.

RS condemns brutal rape of 4-year old in Delhi

Brutal rape of a four-year old girl in the national capital on Tuesday figured in the Rajya Sabha with members demanding stringent punishment for the accused.