Mumbai youth, suspected to have joined ISIS, returns
MUMBAI: Arif Majeed, 23, from neighbouring Kalyan, who until now was believed to have been killed while fighting for ISIS in Syria, returned to Mumbai today and is being interrogated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) here.
Arnia encounter ends, 4 militants dead
JAMMU: The fourth militant, who was holed up in an abandoned Army bunker, has been killed in a fresh encounter in Arnia on Friday, an Army officer said.
of J-K have rejected bullet for ballot: Modi
BATTAL BALIAN (Udhampur): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the people of Jammu and Kashmir have given a befitting reply to the gun by pressing ballots in large numbers and shown their faith in democracy.
'Godman' Rampal produced before HC
CHANDIGARH: Self-styled 'godman' Sant Rampal was produced before the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday. His bail plea had been cancelled earlier on November 20 in a 2006 murder case.
Search still on for Indians missing in Iraq: Sushma
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday said it has not given up hope on the Indians missing in Iraq, and added that the reports of them having been killed are not confirmed.
BSE market capitalisation
hits record high of Rs 100 trillion
MUMBAI: Scaling a new peak, the total investor wealth in the Indian stock market hit a record high of Rs 100 trillion
(Rs 100 lakh crore),.
Delhi schools can
set nursery admission guidelines: HC
NEW DELHI: The Delhi HC on Friday allowed schools to set nursery admissions guidelines and set point systems as per their requirements.
First India-Australia Test in doubt as players mourn
SYDNEY: With players mourning the tragic death of Phillip Hughes, there is still uncertainty over whether the first Test between India and Australia will go on as per schedule next week.
Hughes death: Abbott 'holding up well'