Sushma Swaraj raises Balochistan at UN, says Pakistan peddles terrorism

Sushma Swaraj raises Balochistan at UN, says Pakistan peddles terrorism

Addressing the UN General Assembly, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said countries which do not want to join the fight against terrorism should be “isolated”.

Congress expresses disappointment over Sushma Swaraj's UN address
Congress expresses disappointment over Sushma Swaraj's UN address

"Why is EAM Sushmaji shy of calling 'a spade a spade' in UN? Why did we not call upon UN for diplomatic & economic sanctions against Pakistan?", Party chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said.

BJP National Council meeting: Paris deal on Gandhi Jayanti, says PM Narendra Modi
BJP National Council meeting: Paris deal on Gandhi Jayanti, says PM Narendra Modi

Days after snubbing China by holding out at G20, India agrees to meet year-end deadline on climate agreement ratification

Centre should stop 'war of words' with Pakistan, time for serious action: Shiv Sena
Centre should stop 'war of words' with Pakistan, time for serious action: Shiv Sena

"The truth is if Pakistan really wants to have war with us then we are also ready,” the Sena said in its editorial, Saamna.

PM Modi violating UN norms on non-interference: Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry

Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry said that it was unfortunate that the Indian leadership "continues to indulge in a vilification campaign against Pakistan".

Invoking Somalia comment, Digvijaya Singh thanks PM Modi for hailing Kerala as God's country

PM Modi had earlier said, "The situation with the child death ratio among Scheduled Tribes in Kerala is scarier than even Somalia."

Army does not speak, it shows its prowess: PM Narendra Modi on Uri attack

“For our future generations, we have to cross new heights of development,” the Prime Minister said.

Ganesh Chaturthi 2016: Celebrations across India, and a 70kg gold statue of Ganpati Bappa

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Ganesh Chaturthi 2016: Celebrations across India, and a 70kg gold statue of Ganpati Bappa

Irom Sharmila meets Arvind Kejriwal, seeks advice on fighting Manipur polls

During the 45-minutes-long meeting at Delhi Secretariat, Kejriwal assured her of all possible support for fighting the election.

Malegaon blast case: No bail for Prasad Purohit

He had not played any role in the blast, Purohit had said, adding that he was in jail for the last seven years without trial.

PM Narendra Modi greets Manmohan Singh on birthday

The former Prime minister turned 83 on Monday.

France welcomes India's decision to ratify Paris Climate Change pact

The historic Paris Agreement, reached in December last year, will come into force after it is ratified by at least 55 countries, accounting for 55% of global greenhouse gas emissions

BJP slams Akhilesh for reinducting Gayatri Prajapati

BJP slammed Akhilesh Yadav for the reinduction of tainted minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati in his Cabinet, saying it proved the nexus the UP chief minister has with the corrupt and demanded his immediate resignation.

SC notice to Centre on PIL for law to stop custodial torture

A bench issued notice to the Ministry of Home Affairs and sought its reply on a PIL for "rehabilitation, relief and compensation" for victims of custodial violence.

Kashmir unrest: Curfew continues in Kishtwar following fresh clashes

Kashmir: Mobile internet service has also been snapped in the area to prevent trouble-mongers from spreading any rumour.

China welcomes India's decision to ratify Paris climate agreement

"Chinese side welcomes India’s ratification of the agreement which will be another driving force for the enforcement of the Paris agreement," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

PM Narendra Modi invokes Deendayal Upadhyay, tells BJP: Muslims are your own

"Deendayal Upadhyaya ji said, Muslims should not be treated as substance for votes or looked down upon, they should be considered equal," said PM Modi.

Departments will brief PM Narendra Modi on Indus waters treaty today

In the wake of the Uri attack, there have been calls to abrogate the Indus Waters Treaty.

Missing Ishrat Jahan papers: Delhi Police registers FIR on government complaint

While the officer wrote to the Delhi Police commissioner on August 26, the FIR was registered at the Parliament Street police station on September 22.

10 days of rain wipes out four years of drought in Marathwada. Now it’s a deluge

Beed District Collector Naval Kishore Ram said the district had received around 45 per cent of its average rainfall in the past four years.

Kerala: Nosiy scenes in assembly over private medical colleges issue

Kerala: Seeking to move an adjournment motion on the issue of private medical colleges, the opposition members squatted in the Well of the House and raised slogans.

Mann Ki Baat: Highlights of PM Narendra Modi's address to the nation

PM Modi speech on Mann Ki Baat revolved around Uri attack, Swachch Bharat, Paralympics and Gandhi Jayanti

Treat Muslims as your own, PM Modi tells BJP meet

PM Modi said his government's mission of 'sabka sath, sabka vikas' is not a political slogan but a commitment to ensure welfare of the last man in the society.

Two JeM ‘guides’ arrested in Uri: Army

Sources said the two were arrested near the Jamun post close to the LoC.

Don’t divert attention, India needs assurance: Mayawati tells PM Modi

Mayawati said the nation expects Prime Minister Modi’s assurance that incidents like Uri will not be repeated.

Gujarat again: Dalits attacked for refusing to remove cow carcass, 6 held

Police said that the victims were assaulted by the accused belonging to the dominant upper caste community in Mota Karja village.

MMS of molested teenage girl circulated on social media   

One of the onlookers filmed the entire incident while a gang molested the girl in public.

Kashmir unrest: Hitchhiking the only way out for many travellers

Buses and other means of transport including rail has remained suspended ever since protests started in the Valley on July 9, a day after Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter.

Tests show mercury in L’Oréal products: Maharashtra FDA

Company challenges findings, says does not use banned substance

Family planning in India means only women doing planning, figures show

Women continue to constitute 98 per cent of the sterilised population; this despite the fact that the procedure is less complicated for men.

SC strengthens gutkha ban, says stop the sale of all chewable tobacco

The regulation 2.3.4 states: “Product not to contain any substance which may be injurious to health: Tobacco and nicotine shall not be used as ingredients in any food products.”

Hyderabad rains: CM Chandrasekhar Rao monitors situation; NDRF, Army kept on standby

According to an official statement issued by the CM's office at midnight, a 60-member National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team has been kept on the standby in the city for necessary rescue operations.

Air Force's 16-year wait over, Rafale deal done

First jet within 36 months, Parrikar calls it ‘potent aircraft for deep strike’

J-K: Seven killed after vehicle falls into gorge in Bandipora

The injured nine people are being treated at the hospital. A manhunt is on for the driver of the bus who is said to be missing.

Congress leaders of Andhra Pradesh meet Manmohan Singh over special category issue

Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee chief N Raghuveera Reddy, Rajya Sabha MP K V P Ramachandra Rao, Congress leader J D Seelam and former MLC G Rudra Raju met Manmohan Singh at his residence.

Forty three Acts passed by Parliament but stuck outside

Whistleblowers to Companies Act, depts haven’t worked out rules

Ruchika molestation case: SC upholds DGP’s conviction, but grants relief from jail

Ruchika, 14, a budding tennis player, committed suicide in 1993, three years after being molested by Rathore at the Haryana Lawn Tennis Association.

Send suicide bombers to Pakistan if you have guts: Samajwadi Party to Raj Thackeray

MNS led by Raj Thackeray asked Pakistani artists working in the country to leave within 48 hours or "get beaten up"

Scarlett Keeling verdict: 8 years after British teen's death in Goa, court acquits accused

Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar termed the judgment as “unfortunate”, but said it would not hamper the image of the coastal state.

Spat in SC, Sahara chief Subrata Roy gets stick and a week

Subrata Roy had been out since May when his mother passed away, later the court kept extending his parole on the condition of depositing money with the Sebi towards refunding investors.

In Ranchi’s top hospital, floor is the meal plate for patient

The matter came to light when BJP city unit president Manoj Mishra visited the orthopaedic ward on Thursday afternoon and saw Munni Devi eating off the floor.

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif a puppet in the hands of pale military, terrorists: Congress

Congress leader Tom Vadakkan said India has taken up the issue internationally and should give fitting reply to Pakistani designs.

Former DCW chief hits back at Swati Maliwal, says 'not afraid of ACB probe'

The ACB officials have said that they would first go through the contents DCW chief Swati Maliwal's complaint and then launch a preliminary investigation.

Himachal HC gives govt 90 days to amend Tenancy and Land Reforms Law

Under section 118 of the HP Tenancy and Land Reforms Act, only agriculturists are allowed by purchase land without state government permissions while non-agriculturists are debarred .

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