An 18-year-old boy whose body was fired and killed with several bullets by gunmen in Kilora area of Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday night.
The man was identified as Nadeem Manzoor Dar who was reportedly abducted by Hizbul mujahideen group from his home at Safanagri village in Shopian. His body was later found at Niklora village in neighbouring Pulwama district.
According to media reports, an official statement said, "Terrorists in the intervened night of November 15 and 16 forcibly...
South Africa's skipper Faf du Plessis on Friday has indicated his retirement plans. The Proteas player revealed that within the span period of two years i.e. after 2020 ICC World T20 in Australia, he will take a call on his T20I career.
Speaking to media, Faf du Plessis said, "The T20 World Cup is in Australia and that's not too far away, so hopefully we'll be back for that and that will probably be my last international tour I would think."
The Proteas captain felt that the overdose of domestic...
The Chandrababu Naidu led- Andhra Pradesh government, on Friday has withdrawn its "General Consent" given to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct searches and investigation in the state.
According to media reports the latest order said, "In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 6 of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946, Government hereby withdraw the general consent accorded (in GO Ms 109) to all the members of the Delhi Special Police Establishment to exercise...
Queen of multilingual cinema Radhika Apte graced the November Edition of the Maxim India Magazine in her latest photoshoot.
She looked scorching hot wearing flattering attire, glittery coats and plunging neck dresses.
Her berry lips, dewy skin complimented her look. Possessing an outlandish spirit, Radhika looked radiant in her skin and leaves a breath of fresh air.
Radhika Apte has truly mastered the art of delivering her best from the deepest reserves of her talent. She’s integrated herself...
A cyclone which has been named as Gaja, which crossed the Tamil Nadu coast on Friday, leaving at least 20 people dead and causing widespread destruction.
According to media reports, authorities said that the cyclone crossed the coast between Nagapattinam and Vedaranyam districts between 12.30 a.m. and 2.30 a.m. with wind speeds of about 110-120 kmph.
Earlier speaking to media Chief Minister K. Palaniswami said in Salem, some 350 km from here, that 11 persons had lost their lives due to the cyclone.
Supreme Court on Friday sought a response from Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Alok Verma on the report of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) over corruption allegations against him.
The apex court directed the CBC to hand over the report to Verma in a sealed cover and ordered that confidentiality of the document be maintained. November 20 has been fixed as the next date of hearing by Supreme Court.
While dictating the order he said, “We are of the view that at this stage we...
Sukhois Enthrall Everyone At 1965 Indo-Pak War Carnival On Rajpath
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September 20 , 2015 , 20:27 IST
A thrilling vertical maneuver by Su30 fighter jets and performance by motorcycle-borne soldiers among a host of other activities on Sunday cast a spell over thousands of people who attended the carnival 'Indradhanush' at the Rajpath in New Delhi to commemorate the golden jubilee of the 1965 Indo-Pak War.
From martial arts display, jazz band concert and hot air balloon rides to choreographed dance shows, Army dog show, Army motor cycle display, magicians and jugglers, the armed
forces had everything in place to enchant those who attended the carnival on a breezy Sunday.
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But the biggest attraction were the fighter jets which flew in a missing man formation while another took a vertical stunt, considered to be one of the toughest.
As the roar of the fighter jet engine was heard around 4:19 PM, every single person on the Indian Gate lawns had their eyes on the sky.
The jets were welcomed with loud cheers. This was the first time that fighter jets had flown over the Rajpath other than the Republic Day every year.
Much to the disappointment of the excited crowd, a performance by para troopers could not take place due to weather warning and hence the Mi17 helicopters did not take off from the Hindon Air Base.
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However, the Dhruv helicopters of the Army did do a fly past.
The carnival is part of 'Shauryanjali', an exhibition being held on the Rajpath commemorating the golden jubilee of the 1965 Indo-Pak war.
Though Sunday was supposed to be closing date, the defence authorities had extended it for another two days.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had visited the exhibition on Friday, mentioned it in his monthly radio programme Mann ki Baat on Sunday, saying, "I was supposed to be there for 30 mins but spent two and half hours".
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