New Delhi, May 30: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a chargesheet in connection with the KLF-Narco terror case.
The case related to the seizure of 500 grams of heroin and drug money to the tune of Rs 1.20 lakh. The seizure was made from Harmeet Singh alias PhD. He is the leader of the Pakistan based Khalistan Liberation Force, which is a banned terror outfit.
New Delhi, May 29: Even as the Prime Minister’s top men oversee the developments along the Line of Actual Control, there is still no change in the ground, with the standoff between India and China continuing.
New Delhi, May 29: India wants Nepal to create an atmosphere of trust before it could go ahead with the foreign secretary level talks.
This is a continuous process and requires constructive and positive efforts, Anurag Srivastava, spokesperson, MEA said. India believes that there has been no lack of engagement between the two countries, he also said.
New Delhi, May 29: With the lockdown 4.0 set to come to an end on May 31, several states want curbs only in the containment zones. In the existing lockdown, states were given a bigger hand to decide on the curbs.
Many states have been getting representation to open schools, religious institutions and also hotels.
New Delhi, May 29: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet in connection with a fake currency case, reported at Purnea, Bihar. The case relates to the recovery of fake currency having a total face value of Rs 1,90,500.
New Delhi, May 28: These are difficult times. The outbreak of the pandemic has given us enough challenges. Coupled with this is the heatwave and the locust attacks, which has left several parts of the country reeling.
Rural India needs our support as the villagers have been hit the hardest. The problem is no different at the Soda village in Rajasthan. The former Sarpanch of the Soda village, Chavvi Rajawat has come up with an innovative idea through which we are accorded an opportunity to adopt one family in the village.
New Delhi, May 28: The car that was intercepted at Pulwama was carrying 60 kilograms of explosives. The explosives were place in a drum on the rear seat of the car. Security forces recovered an IED from a Santro car. The same has been diffused by the bomb disposal squad of the army and police at Avindgund, Rajpora in South Kashmir.