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BSF, CRPF too push government to grant OROP

Ex-servicemen on fast-unto-death over the One Rank One Pension issue, at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. (Photo: PTI)

Paramilitary units seek parity with Army

MHA works overtime on ‘smart policing’ project

The Union home ministry is working overtime to ensure Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “smart policing” does not get stuck in red rape and bureaucratic tangle.

Full border to be checked on foot

To counter Pakistan’s onslaught, the Narendra Modi government has planned the biggest ever exercise to man the border.

Government wanted to malign and terminate me: Sanjeev Bhatt

Questioning the timing of termination of his service, sacked IPS officer Sanjeev Bhatt on Thursday accused the Modi government of “intolerance and a deliberate and devious attempt to malign him” throu

Robert Vadra privileges to continue

Robert Vadra (Photo: PTI)

The government is in no rush to review and remove the privileges enjoyed by Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra at various airports across the country.

Pakistan firing up since Modi government

Ceasefire violations by Pakistan along the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir have witnessed a sharp rise since the Modi government came to power with official figures revealing that ceasefire

Stricter rules likely for retired bureaucrats

The Modi government is mulling putting a tighter leash on retired bureaucrats by increasing their cooling-off period to “three years” before they can take up private sector jobs.

‘Lashkar south J&K chief planned strike’

Lashkar-e-Tayyaba’s divisional commander from south Kashmir Abu Qasim is believed to have masterminded the deadly Udhampur attack on the BSF convoy killing two BSF personnel, besides injuring others.

Centre cautions against possible disturbances after Naga deal

After the “historical” Naga peace accord, the Centre has cautioned against possible disturbance in the north-eastern states due to misgivings being spread by vested interests and insurgent groups abou

Former Bharatiya Janata Party leader K.N. Govindacharya did not have many visitors when he was staying in New Delhi’s elite V.P. House, home and office to many parliamentarians and parties.

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India is to pronounce whether the right to privacy is a fundamental right or not.