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2 arrested for Israeli’s rape

The police on Monday arrested two men suspected of raping a 25-year-old Israeli tourist in the popular resort town of Manali, local officers said.

Himachal Cabinet reposes full faith in Virbhadra Singh’s leadership

The cabinet noted that cases involving Virbhadra Singh in question pertain merely to financial returns. (Photo: PTI)

In a resolution adopted at its meeting in Shimla, the cabinet reposed full faith in Singh's leadership.

12 killed as bus plunges into gorge

A bus fell into a gorge near Jogindernagar in Mandi, near Shimla. (Photo: PTI)

Twelve passengers were killed and 39 others injured when a Himachal Road Transport Corporation bus plunged into a deep gorge near Jogindernagar in Mandi district late on Saturday night.

Himachal Pradesh: After 72 hours, all trekkers in Kullu safe

Eight trekkers, who had gone missing in bad weather in the higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu district, have been traced and six of them rescued by ITBP troopers, nearly 70 hours after their d

Anurag Thakur ready to quit HPCA post

Anurag Thakur  (Photo: PTI)

Board of Control for Cricket in India secretary Anurag Thakur on Wednesday urged the Congress government in Himachal Pradesh to rethink their decision of not hosting the much-awaited India-Pakistan Wo

Bull killed in cow shelter, tension prevails in Shimla

Mutilated carcass of a bull was found in a cow shelter near Bhatta Kufar in Chamiyana Panchayat, about 15 kms from here on Sunday morning, triggering tension in the area, the police said.

Higher hills in Himachal Pradesh receive heavy snow

A man enjoys fresh snowfall in Shimla on Sunday. (Photo: PTI)

Normal life was thrown out of gear in higher hills and tribal areas of Himachal Pradesh as the region experienced heavy snowfall while mid and lower hills reported widespread rains.

19 killed in bus accident in Sirmaur


19 people were killed and another critically injured when a bus rolled down a 600-feet deep gorge near Ransua-Jabrog village in Sirmaur district this morning.

The tone and tenor of the Prime Minister’s Independence Day speech, addressing the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort on August 15, indicated fairly that the Government of India had made up its mind

Since Mamata Banerjee says she will not attend Mother Teresa’s September 4 canonisation in Rome as part of India’s official delegation but as a guest of the Missionaries of Charity and will sit with t