As on June 30, while the total sanctioned strength was 21,303, the subordinate courts were functioning with 16,192 officials

Thane call centre kingpin Sagar Thakkar. (Photo: File)

Mehmood Akhtar, the Pakistani spy who posed as a High Commission official. (Photo: ANI Twitter)

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. (Photo: PTI)

Foreign ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup. (Photo: ANI Twitter)

Army soldiers patrol near highly militarized Line of Control in Pallanwal sector, about 75 kilometers from Jammu. (Photo: PTI)

Fire brigades try to douse the fire at the Taj Hotel after completion of combing operation during the 26/11 terror strike-

Manmeet Alisher, a well-known singer in the Punjabi community was burned to death in Brisbane. (Photo: Facebook)


Lower engagement level with female boss

Many companies are “failing” their senior-level women, as nearly 75 per cent of companies have lower levels of employee engagement among female senior managers than their male counterparts, says a stu


Drill doesn’t alter K-stand: China

Notwithstanding the joint exercise by the Indian and Chinese Armies 10 days back in Jammu and Kashmir’s eastern Ladakh, the Chinese military has said its position on Kashmir remains unchanged.


No toll collection for now on DND flyway, rules Supreme Court

In a relief to commuters, the Supreme Court on Friday refused to stay, at this stage, the Allahabad high court’s order quashing toll tax collection by the DND flyway connecting Delhi and Noida.


Scientists unravel their passion for Christ

Scientists have for the first time in centuries uncovered the original surface of what is traditionally considered the tomb of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre.


India vs New Zealand: All eyes on Ms Dhoni as series moves to decider

Members of the India team along with batting coach Sanjay Bangar at a practice session in Visakhapatnam on Friday. (Photo: K. Murali Krishna)


Escalation by Pak is a challenge for India

It is evident that Islamabad has pursued a strategy of escalation since New Delhi responded with a cross-LoC “surgical strike” to hit terrorist targets on September 28-29 after a Pakistani terrorist u

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