Pakistan has fastest growing nuclear warheads? 'Utterly baseless'

Pakistan on Friday rejected as "utterly baseless" a report by leading American thank-tanks which said that Islamabad has the fastest growing nuclear arsenal in the world.

Dawood, Hafiz Saeed to be in fix as US, India may join hands to nab them
Dawood, Hafiz Saeed to be in fix as US, India may join hands to nab them

In what can be called as a huge achievement for India, Modi government may soon get into an agreement with the United States to be a part of Terrorist Screening Center of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

India is the only external threat, says Pakistan military

The Pakistan Army has told the country’s Senate Defence Committee that India is the only external military threat to Pakistan. Watch the full report here.

Pak targets civilian areas in Jammu; 2 killed, 16 injured

Two people was killed and 16 others injured when Pakistani Rangers heavily shelled civilian areas and Army posts along the International Border in R S Pura and Arnia sectors of Jammu district today, drawing retaliation from the BSF.

India hits out at West over climate change

 Ahead of the Paris meet on climate change, Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday said coal-based thermal power will remain the staple power source for India and denounced Western concerns over climate and environmental hazards.

73 'green' supercomputers coming soon to India

 India plans to install 73 'green supercomputers' in the next three years to enable high-performance computing with reduced power consumption, a scientist at the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) said on Friday.

Rain plays spoilsport, India at 50/2 on Day 1 of 3rd Test against Sri Lanka
Rain plays spoilsport, India at 50/2 on Day 1 of 3rd Test against Sri Lanka

 Rain played spoilsport on the opening day, washing out more than two sessions, after India were reduced to a precarious 50 for two in their first innings on the opening day of the third and final cricket Test against Sri Lanka here on Friday.

Sheena Bora murder: Transit remand for Sanjeev Khanna; to be presented in court

Indrani Mukherjea's ex-husband Sanjeev Khanna has been brought from Kolkata on transit remand. Sanjeev is now going to be presented in Bandra court.

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Ton or none: Twiteratti have field day as KL Rahul flops on Day 1 of 3rd Test
Ton or none: Twiteratti have field day as KL Rahul flops on Day 1 of 3rd Test

Like Rohit Sharma, opening batsman KL Rahul too seems to have captured the imagination of social media sites and Twitter in particular as and when he takes to the field.

PM pays tributes to soldiers on 50th anniversary of 1965 war

On the 50th anniversary of the 1965 war with Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday paid rich tributes to the brave soldiers, saying they had triumphed over every obstacle to protect India's unity and integrity.

India is the only external threat: Pakistan military
India is the only external threat: Pakistan military

Pakistan military has told a parliamentary committee that India is the only external threat to the country and the situation with regard to ties was volatile in the wake of the suspended Indo-Pak dialogue.

Pranab Mukherjee pays tribute to heroes of 1965 Indo-Pak war

Today India celebrates it's victory over Pakistan in the 1965 Indo-Pak war. President Pranab Mukherjee pays tribute to the heroes of the war.

Ceasefire update: 2 murdered, 15 injured

50 years ago on this day, India celebrated it's victory over Pakistan in the 1965 war. 50 years later, today, Pakistan violates ceasefire yet again in J&K, killing 2 and injuring 15.

Ravi Shastri reveals truth behind MS Dhoni's sudden Test retirement!
Ravi Shastri reveals truth behind MS Dhoni's sudden Test retirement!

Team India director Ravi Shastri on Thursday revealed reasons behind MS Dhoni's sudden retirement from Test cricket during India's tour Down Under earlier in the year.

Maternal tetanus elimination in India will save lives: UN

Lauding India for eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus, a senior UN official has said the country's "landmark achievement" will save the lives of countless mothers and their newborns.

Pakistan resorts to heavy shelling in Jammu; 3 civilians killed, 16 injured
Pakistan resorts to heavy shelling in Jammu; 3 civilians killed, 16 injured

Pakistani troops violated ceasefire by resorting to heavy mortar shelling along International Border in RS Pura ​and Arnia sectors of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday, killing 3 civilian and injuring 16 others.

US wants China to follow Indian developmental efforts in Afghanistan

The United States on Thursday urged China to follow the Indian model of engagement and developmental efforts in Afghanistan.

Only talks can produce results between India and Pakistan: US

Only talks and dialogue between leaders of India and Pakistan can bring peace between the two South Asian neighbours, the US said today in the aftermath of the failed NSA-level talks last week.

Only talks on terrorism is recipe for failure: US think-tank

The talks between India and Pakistan only on terrorism is a recipe for failure, an American expert said on Thursday, warning that any major terrorist attack on India with evidence of that coming from Pakistan would put the two countries on a path of war.

India briefs Australia about Pak-sponsored terrorism

India on Thursday apprised Australia about Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in the country, including the recent attack in Gurdaspur and arrest of a LeT terrorist in Udhampur.