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A top Mumbai Police official Tuesday claimed that the force had \'broken the backbone\' of the Mumbai underworld with a multi-pronged strategy.
American lawmakers have been told that Pakistan is expected to continue with its anti-India narrative
Bhubaneshwar: India Friday tested a ballistic missile interceptor from a defence base in Odisha to create a shield against incoming enemy missiles, a senior defence official said.
Indian Army chief General V.K. Singh Friday withdrew his petition demanding that his birth date be treated as May 10, 1951. His lawyer said the dragging row has been \"gracefully\" resolved.
Investigators say they have got \"vital clues\" in their probe into the Hyderabad blasts and were examining CCTV footage and suspect involvement of Indian Mujahideen
Kolkata: As the Congress in West Bengal today threatened to intensify its agitation over the proposed renaming of Indira Bhavan at Salt Lake, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee alleged the
Indians are the largest depositors in banks abroad with an estimated 500 billion US dollars (nearly Rs 24.5 lakh crore) of illegal money stashed by them in tax havens, the CBI Director said today.
A top military officer on Friday dismissed a US intelligence assessment that the Indian Army is strengthening itself for a \"limited conflict\" with China, asserting the country\'s armed forces are more
Jaipur: Fulfilling the long-standing demand of its diaspora, India Sunday said it would allow Non-resident Indians (NRIs) to vote and participate in the election process.
New Delhi: A Delhi-based businessman has not just disclosed and surrendered Rs 73 crore to the Income Tax department, he also gave holding details of lockers in Swiss banks and the US, in what is
Washington: As US State Department today posted a new map of India reflecting its long standing official position on the country\'s geographical boundaries, its spokesman acknowledged of having made a
The Italian company had allegedly kept aside Rs 217 crore for bribes in India and its choppers became eligible only after the tender document was tweaked
Sack Home Minister P Chidambaram, says BJP; No comment, says Congress
The investigators are scanning the images recorded on a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) camera mounted on a traffic signal near the blast site in Dilsukhnagar, police sources said
New Delhi: In a huge embarrassment to the government and a jolt to the telecom sector, theSupreme Court today cancelled 122 2G licences granted during the tenure of former telecom minister A Raja
Tension between India and Pakistan had escalated following the beheading of Indian jawan Lance Naik Hemraj Singh in an attack along the Line of Control in Mendhar Sector on January 8
India summons Chinese deputy envoy after Indian diplomat attacked in court by Chinese traders
The sun is bombarding Earth with radiation from the biggest solar storm in more than six years with more to come from the fast-moving eruption.
New Delhi: An apparently embarrassed BJP has said it will not give ticket to tainted former Uttar Pradesh Minister Babu Singh Kushwaha, against whom CBI conducted raids today in the NRHM scam case,
The case risks hurting Finmeccanica\'s attempt to expand business with India, the world\'s largest weapons importer
The skeletons are tumbling out of the corruption cupboard but Uttar Pradesh\'s former ruling party, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), is unusually quiet -- not even reacting to Chief Minister Akhilesh
Ahmedabad: Supreme Court-appointed SIT on Wednesday filed the final report in Ahmedabad court on Zakia Jafri\'s complaint against Narendra Modi and others, effectively letting the Gujarat Chief
Islamabad: Four people were killed early Wednesday in a US drone attack in northwest Pakistan.
Maldives’ ousted President Mohammed Nasheed on Saturday said he was disappointed with India over its response to the political turmoil without having properly understood the ground situation in his
The Home Minister has issued a statement on the eve of Budget session of Parliament, expressing regret over his “Hindu terror” remark and saying his comments were misunderstood