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Haryana CM asks for NSG help to arrest ‘godman’

Sant Rampal

Failing to flush out the controversial self-styled “godman” Sant Rampal from his ashram in Hisar, a desperate Haryana government urged the Union home ministry to deploy the elite counter-terror force

Centre seeks report on blast near NIA office

Mounting more pressure on West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, the Centre on Tuesday sought a report on the explosion outside NIA camp office in Kolkata where the sleuths are probing the Ocotbe

ISI sneaks in terror cell to hit economic targets

Enters India via Rajasthan, heads for Pune

Security of Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren increased

Hemant Soren

Fresh intelligence inputs ahead of the Jharkhand Assembly polls have warned of possible attempts by the outlawed CPI(Maoist) to target Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren and other top state leaders

States warned over ISIS threat

The Centre has sounded its first terror alert on the rise of the Islamic State (of Iraq and Syria), warning states that a large number of Indian youth were getting radicalised via the Internet, and th

India had intel on Wagah attack

The Indian security agencies had specific intelligence inputs of a possible fidayeen attack being planned near Wagah border.

No National Security Guard cover for regional leaders?

No National Security Guard cover for regional leaders?

In a major move to right-size VIP security responsibilities given to the National Security Guard (NSG), the Union home ministry plans to withdraw the force’s elite Black Cat commandos from the securit

National Investigation Agency: Key accused hid in Delhi

The Burdwan terror conspiracy is only growing bigger, with the National Investigation Agency probe revealing that one of the prime accused in the case, Amjad Ali, was allegedly in Delhi on October 8 a

Members of Parliament to take stock of women in jails

In the first demonstrative step by the Narendra Modi government of a women-centric approach, the Prime Minister Office has asked the Union home ministry to come out with a presentation on the conditio

Prakash Karat line’s last chance: Party meet in April 2015

With the rejection of the “Karat line” by the CPI(M) central committee, general secretary Prakash Karat will now try to chalk out the party’s political-tactical line at the party plenum slated to be h

When our public sector is much in news whether it involves privatisation or disinvestment, it is worth recalling whether they are good corporate citizens, especially when they are monopolies.

How many deaths will it take to realise that too many young women in their prime have needlessly died?