Amritsar grenade attack has Pak signature: Amarinder SinghTop Stories

Amritsar grenade attack has Pak signature: Amarinder Singh

Adliwal/Chandigarh, November 19: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said on Monday the grenade attack at the Nirankari Bhawan in Adliwal seemed to carry Pakistan’s signature, with initial investigations indicating that the grenade used was similar to the ones being manufactured…

India to give all help to new Maldivian Govt: Modi assures President SolihTop Stories

India to give all help to new Maldivian Govt: Modi assures President Solih

Male, November 18: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured all possible help to new Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih in fulfilling his government’s pledges to the people and suggested an early meeting of officials to work out the details according…

NE states agree to  implement RERATop Stories

NE states agree to implement RERA

New Delhi, November 18: Nearly two years after the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) was enacted by the Parliament, six northeastern states have finally agreed to implement the law, paving way for protecting the interest of home-buyers in these states.…

Won’t let ‘forces of terror’ destroy peace: Punjab CM vows after Amritsar attackTop Stories

Won’t let ‘forces of terror’ destroy peace: Punjab CM vows after Amritsar attack

CHANDIGARH, November 18: Strongly condemning the grenade attack on a religious congregation in Amritsar that left three people dead and many injured, Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh Sunday vowed that he will not let the “forces of terror” destroy the…

Govt to organise National  Integration Week from Nov 25Top Stories

Govt to organise National Integration Week from Nov 25

New Delhi, November 18: The National Integration Week will be observed across the country beginning November 25 with an aim to foster and reinforce the spirit of communal harmony. The government will organise meetings and seminars during the ‘Qaumi Ekta…

Fresh Bill to be introduced in Parliament  to rename High CourtsTop Stories

Fresh Bill to be introduced in Parliament to rename High Courts

NEW DELHI, November 18: Amid growing clamour for changing the names of cities, a bill which seeks to re-christen the iconic high courts of Madras, Calcutta and Bombay has run into trouble and a fresh one has to be introduced…

Sirisena’s all-party crisis talks fail to end political stalemate in LankaTop Stories

Sirisena’s all-party crisis talks fail to end political stalemate in Lanka

COLOMBO, November 18: An all-party meeting called by Sri Lanka’s President Maithripala Sirisena failed to make any breakthrough on Sunday to end the raging political crisis set off by his controversial decision to remove prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe + last…

Nagaland set to launch Tourist PoliceTop Stories

Nagaland set to launch Tourist Police

73 police personnel commences training Kohima, November 17: With barely 13 days left for the start of the Festival of Festivals – Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, the State police and Tourism Department are working hard to launch Tourist Police. In…

‘Agreed Position’: NNPGs WC observes thanksgivingTop Stories

‘Agreed Position’: NNPGs WC observes thanksgiving

Naga political struggle entering new phase: Kitovi Dimapur, November 17: The Working Committee (WC) of the Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) currently negotiating with Government of India held a thanksgiving programme at New Delhi to mark one year of signing…

Patton exhorts State police on ethicsTop Stories

Patton exhorts State police on ethics

Dimapur, November 17: Deputy Chief Minister, Y Patton Saturday reviewed the parade and other regimental displays of Nagaland Police at the NAPTC parade ground. In his address, Patton, who is also the Home Minister, exhorted the State police on the…