SIT starts probe into viral videos of Jamia violence

NEW DELHI: The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Delhi Police Crime Branch has started investigating the videos of Jamia violence that are surfacing on social media for the last few days. Police suspect that these videos have been made viral to influence the investigation.

Don't hide data, India adept at beating odds: Cong to govt

NEW DELHI: The Congress has said the Narendra Modi government is hiding facts on consumption, which has hit 40-year low and is the reason behind the slow economic growth.

Land given to Ram temple in Ayodhya has graves: Muslim Lawyer

A/YODHYA: A group of Muslim residents in Ayodhya has sent a letter to the temple trust saying that construction of the Ram temple on the graves of Muslims will be a violation of 'Sanatan Dharma'.

Kejriwal assures enough buses for Delhi

NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said the obstacles in procuring buses for the city have been overcome and the buses have started arriving, assuring that there will not be any dearth of buses.

Veteran editor M.S. Mani passes away

Thiruvananthapuram: One of Kerala's tallest journalists M.S. Mani passed away at his home, here, Tuesday morning, said family sources.

Ex-MP, Bengali actor Tapas Paul passes away

MUMBAI: Renowned Bengali film actor and former Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Paul died following a cardiac arrest in Mumbai on Tuesday, family sources said.

Karnataka reserves 25% police posts for women: Governor

BENGALURU: Karnataka has reserved 25 per cent of posts in the state police department for women to ensure gender equality, Governor Vajubhai Vala said on Monday.

Decrease in arrival of migratory birds in country is a matter of concern: Sadhu Singh Dharmasot

CHANDIGARH: The Forest Minister of Punjab Mr. Sadhu Singh Dharmasot has termed the decline in the arrival of birds / animals of different species coming into the country as a matter of concern. He emphasised on difficulties faced by migrant birds and the efffosrts to create a suitable enviormenmnt.

British MP critical of Modi's Kashmir policy denied entry to India

NEW DELHI: A UK opposition member of the British Parliament Debbie Abrahams who is critical of New Delhi's Kashmir policy, has alleged that she was unjustifiably denied entry to India on Monday.

Dubbing dissent as disloyalty totally wrong: Montek

NEW DELHI: At a time when Delhi and other cities are witnessing anti-CAA protests, now-defunct Planning Commission's former Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia on Monday cautioned against labelling dissent as disloyalty.

As Marandi goes back to BJP, his JVM-P MLAs join Congress

NEW DELHI:Just when Jharkhand's former Chief Minister Babulal Marandi merged his party into the BJP in Ranchi, two of his MLAs joined the Congress here in Delhi. MLAs Pradeep Yadav and Bandhu Tirkey merged the party into Congress, increasing the party's strength in the house to 18.

Kashmir Press Club takes note of 'harassment' of journalists

SRINAGAR:The Kashmir Press Club on Monday took serious note of the continuous "harassment" of journalists in the Valley.
According to a statement issued by the Kashmir Press Club Sunday night, a multimedia journalist Kamran Yousuf working with Newsclick, was picked up from his home by the police.

Shah targets Hemant Soren govt over killing of 7 tribals

RANCHI:Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday targeted the Hemant Soren government in Jharkhand over the brutal killing of seven tribal people in West Singhbhum district in January.

Rahul, Priyanka hails SC decision on women officers

NEW DELHI:Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi on Monday hailed the apex court decision that women officers should get permanent commission in the armed forces and also stressed the necessity to change the mindset to "end gender discrimination".

14 students injured in UP bus accident

SIDDHARTHA NAGAR:(Uttar Pradesh):Fourteen school children in Uttar Pradesh's Siddhartha Nagar on Monday were injured when the bus they were travelling in overturned.

Lunch for Rs 2000 at 'extravagant' Kerala diaspora event

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:With Kerala Finance Minister Thomas Issac time and again crying foul on the precarious financial position of the state, reports have emerged which show massive spending at a conference held here for the diaspora. Rs 83 lakh has been spent just for food and accommodation.

British MP critical of Modi's Kashmir policy denied entry in India

NEW DELHI:A UK opposition member of the British Parliament Debbie Abrahams who is critical of New Delhi's Kashmir policy, has alleged that she was unjustifiably denied entry to India on Monday.

Sigh of relief as Nirbhaya convicts finally set to be hanged

NEW DELHI:The momenmt a Delhi court on Monday fixed March 3 as the fresh date of hanging for four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case, Twitter was flooded with reactions.

4 Indians being treated for COVID-19 on Diamond Princes

NEW DELHI: At least four Indian nationals have been tested positive for COVID-19 on Diamond Princess cruise ship, Embassy of India in Japan said on Monday.

AIADMK govt will protect the interests of minorities: TN CM

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami on Monday said the AIADMK government will not allow any action that would affect Muslim brothers and sisters.


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