Amidst emotional and stoic scenes, Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) General Dalbir Singh, Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen Phillip Campose and other senior officers, besides rank and file, paid tribute to martyred hero Colonel Munindra Nath Rai, the commanding officer of 42 Rashtriya Rifles.
In an exclusive interview with Zee News Editor - Sudhir Chaudhary, Shah spelt out BJP's strategy for the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections. When asked about how important were these elections for the BJP, Shah said, "In electoral politics, we never take any election lightly.
After his strategy bore rich dividends in the in the General Elections last year, the Delhi Assembly polls 2015 are being seen as the next big assignment for Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah. But the man recognised as the 'Chanakya' of BJP says he hasn't taken any election lightly and his mantra remains 'maximum seats with maximum margin.'
The Indian Army, Wednesday, paid a poignant tribute to Colonel MN Rai, the braveheart who laid down his life in the line of duty in Kashmir yesterday – 24 hours after he was awarded a Republic Day gallantry medal.
Taking strong exception to an NIA report against Delhi Police's Special Cell, the government has indicated tough action on delinquent officers who had allegedly "framed and fabricated" terror charges against a Kashmir resident returning from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
Teachers in northwest Pakistan are being given firearms training and will be allowed to take guns into the classroom in a bid to strengthen security following a Taliban massacre at a school last month.
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Zee News' DNA analysed the sleeping pattern of some leaders from around the world that includes US President Barack Obama, who sleeps 5 hours in a day and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who sleeps only 3-4 hours daily.
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In a setback to N Srinivasan, the Supreme Court on Thursday barred him from contesting any BCCI election on grounds of conflict of interest and set up a judges committee under a former Chief Justice of India to decide on the punishment in the IPL scam that can threaten the future of Chennai Super