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Police in Delhi say they arrested Abdul Karim Tunda near India's border with Nepal on Friday over his alleged links with Pakistan-based banned militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba. The Hindustan Times says Tunda "dropped big names" during questioning. The
Taking a more nuanced view, The Times of India says: "Growth is down, inflation is up. Internal security challenges are compounded by unsettled international borders Yet, there remains the confidence that a child born in India today will enjoy better
While the price of onions may not resonate in other countries, the story is different in India. The Times of India says the "humble onion" has hurt governments in the past but politicians appear not to have learned lessons.. "Call it the demise of
Defense Security Cooperation Agency has notified Congress of a potential foreign military sale to India of M777 155mm lightweight towed howitzers and associated equipment...It will also end a 25-year procurement saga by India to purchase howitzers...
A Facebook status update was such an offense that the state government of UP arrested a Dalit writer. The writer made a comment on the ongoing controversy in the Durga Shakti Nagpal case on Tuesday and the police hurriedly arrested him in
India beat England 3-2 on penalties to win their "first-ever" medal in the competition on Sunday. "For years, they have suffered one heavy defeat followed by a heavier one at major international tournaments. Finally, there is something to cheer for,"
Employees Sue For Dues As Indian Publisher Shuts Down Three Magazines The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins partners and affiliates in India in expressing concern at the recent decision by the Outlook group to shut down three
JNU attack shows 'women unsafe in Delhi' Many say Delhi continues to remain unsafe for women Media feel an attack on a female student at a prominent Delhi university shows women are not safe in India's capital. Akahsh Kumar, a 20-year-old student at
Batticaloa inscription refers to visit of founder of Sikh religion [TamilNet, Wednesday, 31 July 2013, 15:50 GMT] A Tamil-Sanskrit-Gurmukhi inscription, dateable to 1511 CE, excavated in the Batticaloa (Maddak-kalappu) district of the country of
Ltd., 11, Community Centre, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi-110017...Ian Jack allows shifting perspectives from different points of India's recent history to reflect in his writing This book Mofussil Junction has the crackle and unpredictability of new