New Delhi, Sep 21: Even as a section debated that the arrest of the activists, who have been dubbed as ‘urban naxals,’ was to quell dissent, the probe by the police shows that the intention was to demoralise the security forces by ambushing them.
Bengaluru, Sep 21: The BJP in Karnataka has empowered B S Yeddyurappa to take a call on the formation of a government in case the ruling coalition collapses. The past week has seen several developments with dissent brewing within the Congress and some of its leaders threatening to break away.
Srinagar, Sep 20: A desperate Hizbul Mujahideen had on Wednesday issued a warning to all police officials in Jammu and Kashmir. It said that if they do not resign from their posts, they would be killed along with their families.
New Delhi, Sep 20: Karnataka minister and Congress strongman, D K Shivakumar finds himself in the dock after the Enforcement Directorate registered a money laundering case against him. The case in question pertains to alleged tax evasion and hawala transactions.
New Delhi, Sep 20: There was plenty of confusion regarding a UAE court order concerning the deportation of James Christian Michel, an accused in the AgustaWestland case.
Bengaluru, Sep 20: The crisis in Karnataka may have blown over for now. Disgruntled minister, Ramesh Jarkiholi announced that he had no plans of quitting the party and expressed hope that the issues would be resolved.
New Delhi, Sep 20: In a bizarre incident, a Jet Airways flight with 166 passengers from Mumbai to Jaipur had to turn back shortly after take off, allegedly over a mistake by the crew.
New Delhi, Sep 20: The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed Dilbagh Singh to continue as the chief of the Jammu and Kashmir police.
New Delhi, Sep 20: A resident of Kerala who had joined the Islamic State has been deported to India from Kabul, Afghanistan. Nashidul Hamzafar, 26, a resident of Waynad in Kerala was detained by the Afghan security agencies last year for illegally entering the country to join the ISIS.
New Delhi, Sep 19: The advocates appearing for the arrested activists in connection with the Bhima Koregaon case have sought the Supreme Court’s intervention to monitor the investigations.