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‘TTP, JMB, IM joined hands’

In a significant development Khaleed, alias Khalid Mohammed, a Myanmar national arrested by the National Investigation Agency in connection with the Burdwan blast disclosed during his custodial interr

‘Pakistan may push terror from Rajasthan border’

The fresh threat from Pakistan may well emerge from the western sector along the Rajasthan border.

China helps Pak build high-impact bunkers: Report

Intelligence reports submitted to the office of the national security adviser over the last few weeks have clearly stated that the role of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army is not restricted to tra

PM Modi chalks out greater role for Ministers of State

Following PM’s directive, all senior ministers will soon put in place a mechanism where they will identify different departments within their ministries where their ministers of state (MoS) will have

Intelligence: Hunt on to trace 25 new Hizbul recruits

Even though the Army has admitted its mistake in the killing of two young men in the Budgam firing incident, intelligence sources said there was indeed specific information that terror outfit Hizbul M

J&K’s Sajjad Lone meets PM Modi, sets off buzz

Former separatist and People's Conference leader Sajjad Lone after meeting PM Narendra Modi in New Delhi -PTI

In a significant move, former separatist and People’s Conference leader Sajjad Lone met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, fuelling speculation that he may join hands with the BJP after the J&K p

‘It was tough to say if I was meeting PM or a brother’

People’s Conference leader Sajjad Lone has already announced that the party will contest the Assembly election on its own and will take a decision on the possible alliance after the election results a

PM Narendra Modi plans a huge campaign against drug use

PM Narendra Modi plans a huge campaign against drug use

Soon after the Swachchh Bharat campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is said to be planning another major initiative to prevent the use of narcotics among the youth.

Drive against drugs: ground work starts

Realising that the PM’s Swachchh Bharat initiative has managed to strike a chord with the common man, the government now wants to launch a major anti-drugs initiative.

Wagah blast target was Indian side?

Indian intelligence agencies has revealed that a section of ISI and the Rangers may well have been involved in the conspiracy

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?