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Colonel arrested for raping Lt- Colonel's daughter

Shimla SP confirmed an FIR was registered on the complaint of the survivor after conducting preliminary investigations.​ The survivor alleged that the officer threatened to ruin her father’s career if she spoke about the crime to anyone...


Winter session to be held from December 15

The dates are rather different from the usual winter sessions that end ahead of Christmas. The session is expected to have around 14 sittings and will be one of the shortest in the last 10 years. The winter session of 2013 was the shortest at 11 sittings...


Crack down on child porn: Govt to IT giants

The government is ordering top internet giants and social media companies such as Google, Facebook, YouTube, Yahoo, Microsoft, Twitter and WhatsApp to crack down on objectionable content regarding child pornography, rape and gang-rape being widely shared on the internet...


Karni Sena wants Mewar royalty to 'clear' movie

Changing its stand on 'Padmavati', Shri Rajput Karni Sena (SRKS) said the movie should be shown to the erstwhile royal family of Mewar, and if they found nothing objectionable, protests would be withdrawn. So far, SRKS has been insisting that the film should be screened before its representatives...


Indian Navy gets first woman pilot

They were inducted in the force on Wednesday, at an impressive passing out ceremony in the Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, in Kannur, in which as many as 328 cadets of the Indian Navy, Indian Coast Guard and two overseas cadets, one each from Tanzania and Maldives, passed out on successful...


Insolvency law: Ordinance to strike loan defaulters another body blow

The government on Wednesday recommended an ordinance to significantly tighten the norms to bar promoters of companies facing insolvency proceedings from bidding for the ailing entities, in a move that will shut out several business families from vying with competitors and overseas funds...


4 days before 26/11 anniv, Pak sets Saeed free

Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed was ordered released from detention in Lahore by a judicial review board on Wednesday, just four days before the ninth anniversary of 26/11 attack on Mumbai that left 166 dead. Saeed may walk free on Thursday if the government does not detain him in any other...


Hardik pledges support to Cong after quota deal

The deal was brokered by senior Congressman Kapil Sibal. Declaring his "direct and indirect" support to Congress, the PAAS convener said the party has assured "quota under Article 31 (C) of the Constitution which guarantees that it will be kept outside the purview of the judiciary"...


ICJ: A key research helped India outwit UK at UN

A key piece of research dug out after hours of pouring over UN voting records by a diligent junior official at India's permanent mission was instrumental in India torpedoing UK's unprecedented proposal for a Joint Conference mechanism to break the International Court of Justice (ICJ) deadlock...


BrahMos successfully test-fired from Sukhoi jet

In a big leap towards inducting this deep surgical strike capability, the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, which flies almost three times the speed of sound at Mach 2.8, was successfully tested for the first time from a Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jet in the Bay of Bengal at about 10.40 am on...

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