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    Police claims to busting LeT network behind Sopore attack

    SRINAGAR, Apr 10: Police on Saturday claimed to have busted a Lashker-e-Toiba network who are believed to be behind the attack on Municipal Councilors and Police in North Kashmir's Sopore.In a statement, police said that Sopore Police busted the network involved in the militant attack of March 29 by apprehending the OGWs and seizure of the bike used in the attack.On March 29, After...

    • a week ago
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    LAC: India, China agree to avoid any new incidents

    NEW DELHI, Apr 10: India and China have agreed at their 11th round of military talks to jointly maintain stability on the ground, and avoid any new incidents in eastern Ladakh.A day after the talks, the Indian Army on Saturday said the two sides agreed on the need to resolve the outstanding issues in an expeditious manner in accordance with the existing agreements and protocols."The two...

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    Bengal polls: 4 killed as central forces open fire

    KOLKATA, Apr 10: Four persons were killed as central forces allegedly opened fire after coming under attack from locals, who "attempted to snatch their rifles", in West Bengal's Cooch Behar district on Saturday, police said.The incident took place in Sitalkuchi area when voting was underway, a senior district police officer said."As per preliminary reports, four persons were...

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    Mamata questions central forces' version

    KOLKATA, Apr 10: Questioning the central forces' version of firing on voters in self-defence in Cooch Behar that killed four people, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said her government will initiate a CID probe into the incident.Banerjee said there is no video footage or any other proof to substantiate claims of the central forces."Where does this theory come from? Who was...

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    Follow Covid guidelines or we would ban rallies: EC

    NEW DELHI, Apr 10: Amid rising coronavirus cases, the Election Commission has flagged instances of star campaigners and political leaders campaigning without masks, and warned it will not hesitate to ban rallies if COVID guidelines issued by it last year are breached.In a letter to leaders of all recognised political parties on Friday, the poll panel said, 'It is widely known that in the...

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    'April 2020 status quo' on LAC could be discussed: China

    NEW DELHI, Apr 8: China on Thursday said that India's proposal for the restoration of the status quo of April 2020 at eastern Ladakh could be discussed at the next meetings between the two countries.China also said that there is no delay in holding talks with India to discuss the disengagement of troops from the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh, amid reports about the...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Biggest-ever daily surge of 1.26 lakh

    NEW DELHI, Apr 8: India recorded a massive surge of 1,26,315 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours ending at 8 AM on Thursday, which is the biggest-ever daily increase, taking the tally of infections just short of 1.30 crore at 12,928,789.Crossing the 9 lakh-mark, the active cases stood at 9,10,319 that makes India the fourth worst hit country in terms of the active caseload. India also recorded the...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    PM gets 2nd dose of vaccine

    NEW DELHI, Apr 8: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday took second dose of Covid-19 vaccine and tweeted: "Got my second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS today."In a Tweet message to all, he said: "Vaccination is among the few ways we have, to defeat the virus. If you are eligible for the vaccine, get your shot soon. Register on CoWin.gov.in."

    • 2 weeks ago
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    SC allows deportation of Rohingyas

    NEW DELHI, Apr 8: The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed deportation of Rohingya Muslim refugees rounded up from Jammu to their country Myanmar as per the procedure prescribed. It refused to grant any relief on detention of some 150 Rohingyas in Jammu."It is not possible to grant the interim relief. However it is made clear that the Rohingyas in Jammu on whose behalf the application has been moved shall not...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Centre's bid to prevent Kureshi become a SC judge

    NEW DELHI, Apr 8: The central government stooped down to plant reports in the newspapers against a meeting of the Supreme Court collegium convened by Chief Justice of India Sharad Bobde on Thursday, claiming the convention that he can't preside over any such meeting since after appointment of Justice N V Ramana on April as his successor from April 24 on his retirement.Even hints were dropped...

    • 2 weeks ago

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