Delhi Airport Metro offers discounted ride for family

In a bid to woo commuters, the Airport Metro Express Line (AMEL), run by Reliance Infrastructure, has offered from Tuesday discounted travel for families or groups, an official said.

Doors to militant groups open: PM Manmohan Singh

PM said the central government was open to talks with all militant groups including ULFA.

A year on, RTE yet to get off the ground: Civil society groups

It has been a year since the
Right to Education (RTE) came to effect but when it comes to
its implementation.

Terror groups trying to revive militancy in Punjab: Govt

Government on Wednesday said militant
groups were trying to revive militancy in Punjab.

Palestinian groups hold more reconciliation talks

Representatives of the rival Hamas and Fatah groups met in the Syrian capital Damascus in a second round of talks designed to try and narrow divisions that have damaged the Palestinian cause.

Kyrgyzstan says Islamist groups sparked violence

Kyrgyzstan`s security agency claimed on Thursday that relatives of the toppled president colluded with the Taliban and other Islamic militant movements to provoke the ethnic violence that has destabilized the Central Asian nation.

Extremist groups trying to revive militancy in Punjab: Govt

Government Tuesday said that Sikh militant groups especially those based abroad are trying to revive militancy in Punjab and a close watch is being maintained on their activities.

15 militant groups active in Bangladesh: Officials

Pakistan-based militant groups
like LeT, Harkat-ul Mujahideen, JeM and HuJI are among 15
foreign terror groups who were active or are still operating
in Bangladesh since 1991.

Five injured in clash at Indore

Five persons, including a policeman, were injured in a clash between two groups at Kadavghat locality here, police said today.

Separatist groups hold meeting

A day-long meeting of nearly
three dozen separatist groups, including Hurriyat Conference
factions, was convened here by the Jammu and Kashmir High
Court Bar Association.

Banned groups with new names not to be spared under Pak law

Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari
has amended an anti-terror law allowing authorities to act
against members of outlawed groups that set up new outfits
with different names.

Terrorist groups becoming more linked in Af-Pak: Mullen

A US military commander has underlined the need for a "combination of effort" to prevent the interlinking of Al-Qaeda and Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan.