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New data point set to delay census process

New Delhi, April 23 -- "Does anyone in your family suffer from any intellectual disabilities or mental illness?" This could be one of the questions enumerators of the 2021 Census may throw at you, of... Read More


New data points set to delay census process

India, April 22 -- "Does anyone in your family suffer from any intellectual disabilities or mental illness?" This could be one of the questions enumerators of the 2021 Census may throw at you, offici... Read More


'One surgical strike won't change Pakistan's behaviour': Lt Gen Hooda

New Delhi, April 21 -- Former Northern Army Commander Lt Gen DS Hooda, the main architect of the 2016 surgical attacks carried out against terror launch pads across Line of Control, has said that "one... Read More


Centre reviews its J&K highway ban

New Delhi, April 19 -- Restrictions imposed on the movement of civilian traffic on the Jammu-Srinagar highway, imposed ahead of elections in light of the Pulwama terror attack that claimed the lives o... Read More


Government reviewing its Jammu-Srinagar highway ban

India, April 18 -- Restrictions on the movement of civilian traffic on the Jammu-Srinagar highway, imposed ahead of elections in light of the Pulwama terror attack that claimed the lives of at least 4... Read More


Govt reviewing its J&K highway ban

NEW DELHI, April 18 -- Restrictions on the movement of civilian traffic on the Jammu-Srinagar highway, imposed ahead of elections in light of the Pulwama terror attack that claimed the lives of at lea... Read More


8 ex-service chiefs write to President, say military being used for votes

India, April 12 -- Eight former service chiefs and over 100 veterans have written to President Ramnath Kovind, the supreme commander of the armed forces, expressing concern about the use of the milita... Read More


Life-saving drugs siphoned off from military hospital, finds Army inquiry

NEW DELHI, April 3 -- Life-saving medicines, including cancer drugs, worth several lakhs of rupees were siphoned off from the Army Research and Referral Hospital and sold in the open market, an Indian... Read More


Drugs siphoned off from military hospital, finds army inquiry

New Delhi, April 3 -- Life-saving medicines, including cancer drugs, worth several lakhs of rupees were siphoned off from the Army Research and Referral Hospital and sold in the open market, an Indian... Read More


In a first, India's faceless, nameless agents to get excellence awards

NEW DELHI, March 31 -- For the first time in 132 years of existence, the Intelligence Bureau (IB), India's internal intelligence agency, is recognising its officers and those in the state intelligence... Read More