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Put an end to rumours on Jaya's health, release her photos: Karuna

 Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa (Photo: PTI)

Some unwanted rumours were deliberately being floated by some persons, says Karunanidhi

First step by Modi worthy of a Prime Minister: Rahul Gandhi on surgical strikes

 Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi (Photo: PTI)

Fully support this move by the Prime Minister, would always support him when he make decisions worthy of his stature, says Rahul.

India turns heat on Pakistan to release jawan

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. (Photo: PTI)

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh says all attempts being made to free Chandu Babulal Chauhan, 22, who inadvertently crossed LoC.

Patna High Court strikes down Bihar prohibition law, calls it illegal

 Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. (Photo: PTI)

The Bihar government had instituted a tough prohibition law to prevent consumption of liquor in the state.

Did the US know about India’s plans for surgical strikes across LoC?

 US president Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI)

'For the first time the White house and the State Department are showing, even if symbolically, that they are willing to take a side.'

Surgical strikes will benefit BJP in state elections, redeem Modi's image

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Photo: AFP)

The surgical strikes conducted by the Indian Army along the Line of Control are expected to boost the image of the PM.

Post surgical strikes, terrorists may step up activities in J&K: Intel inputs

Army soldiers patrolling in Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo: AP)

These attacks may target mostly security forces serving in the Kashmir Valley and civilian areas in Jammu region.

Day after surgical strikes in Pak, Sri Lanka also pulls out of SAARC

SAARC leaders at last year's summit which was held in Dhulikel in Nepal.

'Regret that prevailing environment in region is not conducive for holding 19th SAARC Summit in Islamabad on 9th & 10th November.'

Rajnath Singh takes stock of country's security, asks forces to be on alert

Home Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP President Amit Shah. (Photo: PTI)

Home Minister asked forces posted along Indo-Pak border to remain alert as situation continues to be volatile.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision announced earlier this week to boycott the next Saarc summit, due to be held in Islamabad in November, was almost expected.

The sudden passing of Uzbek President Islam Karimov earlier this month caught the headlines both in India and overseas.