Bengaluru, Jan 21: The drama in Karnataka never seems to stop and resort politics was back with allegations that the BJP is trying to form the government. First the BJP led its MLAs to a resort in Gurgaon and then it was followed by the Congress leading its men to one on the outskirts of Bengaluru.
New Delhi, jan 22: The probe into the Amarnath Yatra attack has thrown up a shocking revelation. It has been found that the vehicle of PDP MLA from Jammu and Kashmir was alleged used in the attack.
Bengaluru, Jan 21: Even as Karnataka mourns the passing away of Siddaganga seer, Shivakumar Swami, it must be recalled here that he always believed in the welfare of the farmer.
New Delhi, Jan 21: In the Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018, 120 political parties and independents were in the fray. These included, 5 national political parties, 6 state political parties, and 109 registered unrecognised parties.
New Delhi, Jan 22: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one Mohammad Hussain Molani in connection with a terror funding case involving the Falah-i-Insaniyat, the financial wing of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.
New Delhi, Jan 22: Both India and Bangladesh have refused to accept the 31 Rohingyas stranded at the international border between Tripura and Bangladesh. India has made it clear that there is no question of accepting them.
New Delhi, Jan 19: The intelligence agencies have had a busy couple of months. At least three terror plots have been busted ahead of Republic Day. Intelligence Bureau officials tells OneIndia that out of the three plots, two came very close to being executed.
New Delhi, Jan 21: Investigations being conducted by the police following the busting of a module comprising sharpshooter of the D-Gang has revealed that key RSS functionaries from south India were on their radar.
New Delhi, Jan 19: The Special Cell of the Delhi Police busted a module comprising four sharpshooters, who were conspiring to carry out a series of killings. Among the four to be arrested were an Afghan national and a resident of Kerala.
New Delhi, Jan 21: The high powered committee headed by the Prime Minister will meet on January 24 to decide on who would be the next chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation.