Sunday, July 22, 2018

Mumbai attacks trial in Pakistan seems to have reached a dead end

NEW DELHI: Following incessant delays owing mostly to the lackadaisical manner in which Islamabad handled it, the ongoing Mumbai attacks trial in Pakistan seems to have reached a dead end. The Pakistani court seems to...

Sushma issues medical visa to ailing Pakistani

NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has come to the aid of a sick Pakistani national by giving him a medical visa for his liver transplant surgery in India. "Yes, we are granting visa...

NIA crackdown on flow of funds to terror groups in India: Rajnath

NEW DELHI: The National Investigation Agency's crackdown on flow of funds from the "neighbouring country" to finance unrest in Kashmir has dealt a blow to the morale of terror and separatist groups, Union Home...

Haryana court awards Karim Tunda life term in 1996 Sonipat blast case

NEW DELHI: A Haryana local court awarded life imprisonment to alleged Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) bomb expert Abdul Karim alias Tunda on Tuesday in the 1996 Sonipat bomb blasts case. A penalty of Rs 1 lakh...

Indian court commutes death sentences in Godhra train case

NEW DELHI: An Indian court jailed 11 men for life on Monday, for setting fire to a train carrying Hindu pilgrims in 2002, which sparked the country's worst religious riots in decades, a lawyer...

US, India agree there will be no tolerance for terror safe havens

NEW DELHI: Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Tuesday that she discussed the issue of terror safe havens in Pakistan with her US counterpart James Mattis and they both agreed such sanctuaries shouldn't be tolerated. Sitharaman also said she made India's...

Mattis meets PM Modi, Terror issue discussed

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US defence secretary Jim Mattison Tuesday held wide-range of talks on advancing bilateral agenda between the two countries. Mattis, who is on a two-day visit to India, also briefed PM...