Post-370, public sector recruitment in J&K sparks outrage among youth

"We were promised that merit will be a priority, regional disparity will vanish and favouritism, corruption and nepotism will be eliminated from J&K. None... Read more »

Terror linked organizations funding Zakat Foundation of India

It said that the thrust of the programme is that there appears to be a conspiracy which needs to be investigated by the NIA... Read more »

Can ignoring old loyalists hurt BJP in Bihar?

Sources have said that such random appointment may hurt the morale of old loyalists, who being strongly connected with grass root workers and actual... Read more »

12 years after ‘Batla House’ encounter, people still can’t accept the police theory

The encounter at Batla House took place on September 19, 2008, a week after serial blasts in Delhi. Read more »

SC expresses concern over stereotyping and vilification of Muslim community through TV programme

"This is the element where it goes from free speech to hatred. To brand everybody in the community becomes a problem... you alienate them... Read more »

Swamy “Govt must set up Genocide Commission on Kashmiri Pandit’s brutal murders, rapes, and forced conversion”

The GKPD also endorsed Swamy's call for the capital punishment to the perpetrators of the brutal murders, rapes and forced conversion along with providing... Read more »

Foreign Secretary Shringla “NE region gateway to east and SE Asia”

He said that in foreign policy terms, the states of the northeast are the link between two fundamental pillars of our foreign policy: "Neighbourhood... Read more »

‘Tiger of Terror’, mastermind of 1993 Mumbai serial blasts is finally on Intel radar

For the past five years, the elusive Tiger Memon involved in drug trafficking, has been literally off the radar of Intel agencies. Read more »

Facebook takes political manipulation lightly

In the 6,600-word memo, former Facebook data scientist Sophie Zhang wrote that she found evidence of coordinated campaigns to boost or hinder political candidates... Read more »

Chinese lawyer “Xi is the ‘architect’ of these aggressive moves into India and his People’s Liberation Army has unexpectedly flopped”

In an opinion article for Newsweek written by Gordon G Chang, a lawyer and commentator, Xi Jinping, already roiling the Communist Party with a... Read more »

Ahead of MP Assembly bypolls discontent in Congress grows louder

Similar cases of party leaders being unhappy with the developments have started coming in from many other constituencies as several people who joined the... Read more »

They called him ‘mad’ when he started to dig a 5-km canal to bring water to his village

"Loungi did a survey of the land and earmarked the canal route. After working relentlessly for 20 years, he managed to dig the canal... Read more »

India asks for action to counter threats to children posed by terrorist groups in different parts of world

"Terrorist outfits and individuals proscribed by the Council are directly or indirectly responsible for abusing child rights," India said. Read more »

US introduces Sikhs as distinctive group and not as Asian Indians

Because of the legal prohibition against asking questions about religion, Census Bureau officials said they consider Sikhism a "cultural" or an "ethno-religious" identity. Read more »

China starts fresh build up north of Pangong Lake

The troops from both sides are at a short range from each other. "They are within clear visible range and Indian troops are keeping... Read more »

Sikhs For Justice announces to hold pro-Khalistan Referendum 2020 in November

Several other moves of the banned group -- mostly turning out to be just a hoax -- have already been thwarted by the Indian... Read more »

Global protest may return more aggressively once pandemic is over

"Overall, the historical evidence shows that the epidemics display a potential disarranging effect on civil society along three dimensions," Read more »

Pak Army chief warns India of any ‘misadventure’

Addressing a ceremony marking Defence Day and Martyrs' Day at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi on Sunday, Bajwa said Pakistan is facing multiple... Read more »

Kurdish human rights lawyer dies after 238-day hunger strike while demanding fair trial

In a country where democracy has gone for a toss since last many years, Timtik isn't the first victim of a dubious criminal trial... Read more »

China finances anti-India protests along India-Nepal border

"Chinese Embassy in Nepal has provided financial support to the tune of Rs 2.5 crore (NPR) for organising anti-India protests/demonstrations along India-Nepal border areas... Read more »