An Army Major and three soldiers were killed Tuesday while foiling an infiltration bid along the Line of Control in Gurez in North Kashmir. Two militants were also killed in the gunfight and security forces said the operation was still on.
Confirming that the infiltration bid had beenRead More
Australia’s population will hit a record 25 million on Tuesday, almost a decadeRead More
Hours after DMK president and former Tamil Nadu chief minister M Karunanidhi passed away on Tuesday, his son and political heir M K Stalin asked: “This one time, can I call you Appa?” In an emotional poem to his father, Stalin recounted how he addressed his father asRead More
Battleground Ohio wasRead More
NEW DELHI: If there’s one thing that most brands know – or learn it the hard way – is that India is a terribly price sensitive market. Unlike any other market, a good product with bad pricing (read: too high) in all likelihood will hardly find any takers. While on the otherRead More
A Republican clung to a narrow lead in aRead More
Jammu: A small batch of 454 pilgrims on Tuesday left Jammu for the Kashmir Valley as the annual Amarnath Yatra resumed after remaining suspended for two days, officials said.
Police said the yatris left Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas in an escorted convoy of 11 vehicles. This includesRead More
Jawaharlal Nehru was a great man. But he was also a short-sighted politician. More than 50 years after his death, the Indian state is still paying a heavy price for its first prime minister’s myopia on Kashmir. It is not enough for leaders to be virtuous. They must also be visionary.Read More
New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Women has set up an expert committee to conduct a detailed social audit of all shelter homes in the capital after sexual abuse cases at such homes in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh came to light.
The DCW said the committee, comprising academicians, lawyers,Read More