JAMMU: Any solution to the Kashmir issue must be acceptable to all regions and all sections of people of Jammu and Kashmir, Mr Dileep Padgaonkar, who heads the Centre-appointed panel of interlocutors, said Thursday after its maiden visit to the state.Read More »
BHUBANESWAR: A tribal is living atop a tree in Orissa since Tuesday after he failed to pay his wife’s hospital fees, officials said Thursday.Read More »
NEW DELHI: In a significant step which will enable it to engage in international nuclear commerce, India on Wednesday signed the Convention on Supplementary Compensation, which sets parameters on a nuclear operator’s financial liability, at the IAEA in Vienna.Read More »
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Six months ahead of the assembly polls in Kerala, the ruling LDF on Wednesday took a severe beating in the local body elections, losing to the Congress-led UDF in two city corporations and a majority of municipalities.Read More »
NEW DELHI: In a move aimed at giving more teeth to the probe, government has conferred the status of a Supreme Court judge on Mr V K Shunglu, head of the two member high-level committee to go into the alleged financial irregularities in the Commonwealth Games.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Barring special invitees and former MPs, no visitors would be allowed inside Parliament when US President Mr Barack Obama addresses MPs on the evening of November eight.Read More »
SRINAGAR: Advocating “baby steps” for pushing forward the dialogue process on Jammu and Kashmir, Centre’s interlocutors Wednesday said besides interacting with all shades of opinion in the state, they had a huge task of taking all the stakeholders in the country on board.Read More »
BANGALORE: Against the backdrop of charges of horse-trading in Karnataka, income-tax officials conducted simultaneous raids on Monday at the premises of three ministers, including the Reddy brothers, who are mining magnates, and four other ruling BJP MLAs.Read More »
SRINAGAR: Supporting Centre-appointed interlocutors for their comments on involving Pakistan, the Chief Minister, Mr Omar Abdullah said the neighbouring country has a role in Jammu and Kashmir which cannot be ignored.
“Nothing what the interlocutors had said with regard to Pakistan’s role in Jammu and Kashmir is wrong. After Simla Agreement whenever talks were held with Pakistan, Kashmir has figured in it,” he told reporters in Srinagar.
PATNA: The Gujarat Chief Minister, Mr Narendra Modi is unlikely to campaign for the Bihar assembly polls as his magic need not work at “every place,” senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Ms Sushma Swaraj said on Monday.Read More »