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Telangana CM KCR tells Narendra Modi to fund projects

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao briefs Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the funds required for Telangana state, in New Delhi

KCR met Modi with wish list, sought funds for various projects costing Rs 1,15,667 crore.

No withdrawal of troops from Siachen, says Army

These tragedies only reinforce the need to resolve the issue...urgently and through peaceful means, through dialogue,”

There are some basic conditions that have to be met before any withdrawal can be spoken about, says Lt. General DS Hooda.

Crackdown at JNU sets off huge storm

JNU Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar

Student leader held as Rajnath tells cops: ‘Take strongest possible action’

Al Qaeda, LeT plotted further strikes after 26/11: Headley

Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley

Pakistani-American Lashkar terrorist David Coleman Headley, on the fourth day of his testimony via video as an approver in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack trial, told the court on Friday about further p

Key post for Rijiju’s kin upsets bureaucrats in Arunachal Pradesh

In what is claimed to be a clear violation of a PMO edict that ministers keep their family members away from matters of governance, a close relative of Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiu has

AAP will get 48 seats if Delhi goes to polls again: survey

AAP in a spectacular comeback last year had hauled 67 seats in a 70-member Assembly scripting a history of sorts. (Photo: PTI)

BJP's position is likely to get better with 22 seats against 3 seats the party managed to secure in 2015 Assembly election.

India disappointed over US decision to sell eight F16 fighter jets to Pakistan

An F-16 fighter jet (Photo: AFP)

India said it disagrees that such arms' transfers will help combat terrorism.

No withdrawal of troops from Siachen, says Army

These tragedies only reinforce the need to resolve the issue...urgently and through peaceful means, through dialogue,”

There are some basic conditions that have to be met before any withdrawal can be spoken about, says Lt. General DS Hooda.

Air power is the most capital-intensive means of war. A modern fighter jet now could cost several hundred crores and the prices seem to be rising exponentially.

I returned to India in August 1946 after serving in Burma and Indonesia during the Second World War.