Author: NE Reporter
New Delhi: The fate of Indian Army soldier Chandu Babulal Chavan, who is in Pakistan’s custody for crossing the Line of Control between the two countries remains uncertain.
CPM Leader Achuthanandan Bats for the Opposition; says His Party’s Policy on Medical Colleges is Wrong
Thiruvananthapuram: The policy of the CPM-led LDF government on private medical colleges is wrong, said CPM leader Achuthanandan on Sunday. He advised his own government to correct its stand and reach an agreement with the Opposition MLAs who are staging a hunger strike in front of the Kerala Assembly.
Chennai: Tamil Nadu is not protesting against Karnataka’s refusal to release water to the state in spite of the Apex Court order. Tamilians do not show anger nor vandalise the public property. They are busy discussing the latest rumours about their Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. She has been in the Apollo Hospital in Chennai for the last 11 days and the secrecy around her health condition is making the people tense and impatient.
New Delhi: India made surgical attacks on seven Pakistan-sponsored terrorist camps
across the Line of Control( LoC) between the two nations in Jammu and Kashmir in a five-hour long military operation on September 28 and 29, Indian Defence sources said today. In an attack that showed India’s calculated move against Pakistan, 38 Pakistani terrorists who had been camping in seven terror launch pads across the Line of Control were killed. Three divisions of the army were involved in the strikes.
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Government has decided not to close down 10 per cent of liquor.
Thiruvananthapuram: CPM Leader and former Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan has
announced his intention to proceed against Vellappally Natesan, a leader of the Ezhava
community organisation, SNDP on Sunday. He will also become a party in a case
against Vellappally Natesan in the microfinance case.
Kottayam: Former Finance Minister K M Mani was questioned by the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau for three hours in a case related to giving undue tax concessions to ‘Super Pigment’, a company producing lead powder which is used in batteries.
New Delhi: Seventeen Indian soldiers lost their lives in a dastardly attack on the Indian army base at Uri in Kashmir by heavily armed militants suspected to be from Pakistan-based JeM on Sunday morning. About 20 army personnel were injured. The Indian army base is located a few kilometres from the Line of Control (LoC).
Kochi: The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau unearthed more than 100 sovereigns of gold from.
New Delhi: Governments of all all States and Union Territories should upload the First Information Report ( FIR) on their websites within 24 hours of registration of criminal case at police stations in the country.
States in difficult terrains where internet connectivity is poor will get a time limit of of upto 72 hours for uploading of the FIRs.