Gurdaspur attack: India seeks US help in identifying Night Vision Device seized from terrorists
Gurdaspur attack: India seeks US help in identifying Night Vision Device seized from terrorists

India has approached the US to help identify the Night Vision Device (NVD) used by the three terrorists who carried out the Gurdaspur attack even as investigators did not rule out the possibility of a reconnaissance of target areas being carried out.

DNA: How this Mumbai family upholds its love for Sanskrit language!

Watch how this Mumbai family has adopted Sanskrit as their only language!

India plans to send NDRF teams to Myanmar

India plans to send NDRF teams to Myanmar to assist the neighbouring country in flood relief works, as rescuers in rain-battered nation are struggling to reach isolated regions.

We will bring Geeta back to India from Pakistan, says Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday night said that India will bring back Geeta, a deaf and mute Indian girl stuck in Pakistan for more than a decade, after Indian High Commissioner TCA Raghavan along with his wife met the girl in Karachi.

India's envoy meets stranded Indian woman in Pakistan

The Indian envoy in Pakistan on Tuesday met a hearing and speech-impaired Indian woman who has been stranded in the neighbouring country for the past 15 years.

India should prepare for globally assertive China: Ex-foreign secretary

Former foreign secretary Krishnan Srinivasan on Tuesday said India should be prepared for a "more globally assertive" China.

Home ministry forms panel on policing India-Myanmar border

The union home ministry has formed a committee on effective policing along the India-Myanmar border, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on Tuesday.

Pak claims two killed in firing by Indian troops, lodges protest

Pakistan on Tuesday lodged a protest with India over the killing of two civilians in alleged firing by Indian troops across the border in Kashmir.

Porn ban: Govt might come into bedroom to see how couples are having sex, says Ram Gopal Varma
Porn ban: Govt might come into bedroom to see how couples are having sex, says Ram Gopal Varma

The Indian Government has banned porn websites in India which has created ripples all over social media.

This Muslim MLA campaigns to prevent cow slaughter

Haji Zameerullah Khan, the Samajwadi Party leader, has initiated a campaign to save cows from being slaughtered.

India feels its stand vindicated on Pak role in 26/11 attacks
India feels its stand vindicated on Pak role in 26/11 attacks

India feels that its stand is vindicated in the disclosures made by the Pakistani chief investigator of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks that the carnage was planned and launched from his country and the operation was directed from an ops room in Karachi.

Pak singer Adnan Sami allowed to stay in India
Pak singer Adnan Sami allowed to stay in India

 Pakistani singer Adnan Sami has been allowed to stay in India for an indefinite period following his appeal to legalise his stay in India on humanitarian grounds.

`Pakistan's fishermen to be freed after nationality confirmation'

In the backdrop of Pakistan releasing 163 Indian fishermen lodged in a Karachi jail, police here on Tuesday said the fishermen from the neighbouring country jailed in Gujarat's Dwarka prison will be released only after "confirmation" of their nationality by the Centre.

NHRC notice over Indians in Bangladesh denied basic amenities

The NHRC has issued notice to the home and external affairs ministries as well as the West Bengal and Assam governments asking them to inquire into a complaint that Indians residing in Bangladesh were being denied basic amenities.

2008 Mumbai terror attacks: Seven key revelations ex-Pak FIA chief Tariq Khosa made
2008 Mumbai terror attacks: Seven key revelations ex-Pak FIA chief Tariq Khosa made

Tariq Khosa, former director general of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), has admitted for the first time that the Mumbai terror attacks of November 26, 2008 were launched from the Pakistani soil.

Fate of Indians in Islamic State: Seven recruited, six others dead
Fate of Indians in Islamic State: Seven recruited, six others dead

Despite efforts to prevent activities of militant group Islamic State, seven Indians are reportedly working for the terror organisation while six other youths have been killed fighting for them.

China breaks India's Guinness record for largest umbrella

A giant umbrella of around 23 metres in diameter and 14.4 meters in height made by a Chinese firm has set a new Guinness World Record for the world's largest umbrella, breaking record set in India in 2010.

Pakistan yet to hand over voice sample of eight 26/11 accused

Pakistan has not yet handed over to India voice sample of eight persons accused of conspiracy in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.

Ashok Prasad appointed as Secretary in Home Ministry

Senior IPS officer Ashok Prasad has been appointed as Secretary of Home Ministry's crucial Internal Security division.