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CRPF personnel deployed in Sukma showing signs of fatigue, says Home Ministry officials

CRPF personnel deployed in Sukma showing signs of fatigue, says Home Ministry officials

CRPF personnel deployed for long stints in the Maoist hotbed of Sukma in Chhattisgarh are showing signs of fatigue, according to officials.

Exclusive: Sukma Naxal attack was an unequal battle, Air Commodore Ajay Shukla tells Firstpost

Exclusive: Sukma Naxal attack was an unequal battle, Air Commodore Ajay Shukla tells Firstpost

Air Commodore Ajay Shukla is the commander of the Anti-Naxal Task Force (ANTF) of the Indian Air Force (IAF).

Pakistan-based hackers strike down IIT Delhi, AMU, DU websites: slur Indian Army role in Kashmir

Pakistan-based hackers strike down IIT Delhi, AMU, DU websites: slur Indian Army role in Kashmir

A group that identified itself as “Stuck by PHC” with a code “Pakistani l33t w4s h3r3” on Tuesday hacked the official websites of three leading educational institutions of the country — Delhi University, Aligarh Muslim University and the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi (IIT-Delhi).

Mehbooba Mufti meets Narendra Modi, tells Centre should adopt Vajypayee’s approach to Kashmir

Mehbooba Mufti meets Narendra Modi, tells Centre should adopt Vajypayee’s approach to Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi amid the deteriorating security situation in the state and strains

Bangladesh inks agreement with India to join the South Asia Satellite initiative

Bangladesh inks agreement with India to join the South Asia Satellite initiative

Bangladesh has signed an agreement with India to formally join New Delhi’s ‘South Asia Satellite’ initiative, through which the Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) will launch a communication satellite for serving the South Asia region.

Kashmir unrest: Unchecked circulation of provocative fake news may derail chances of peace

Kashmir unrest: Unchecked circulation of provocative fake news may derail chances of peace

The Kashmir Valley may be staring at another tumultuous summer if rumors mongers on social and mainstream media are not prevented from circulating fictitious and provocative fake news.

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina to visit India in April; weaning Dhaka away from China’s influence is key

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina to visit India in April; weaning Dhaka away from China’s influence is key

Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina is all set to visit New Delhi in April. The latest development comes days after India’s foreign secretary S Jaishankar met the Awami League leader in Dhaka on 23 February.

Kashmir unrest: Unchecked circulation of provocative fake news may derail chances of peace

Kashmir unrest: Unchecked circulation of provocative fake news may derail chances of peace

The Kashmir Valley may be staring at another tumultuous summer if rumors mongers on social and mainstream media are not prevented from circulating fictitious and provocative fake news. In several of these instances, in fact, the “news” is even supplemented with quotes from officials. Media scholars inside and outside the Valley say this is an […]

Isro launches 104 satellites: Indian space programme deserves kudos, says Chinese daily

Isro launches 104 satellites: Indian space programme deserves kudos, says Chinese daily

India deserves kudos for sending a record 104 satellites into the orbit at one go but it was way behind than China in space technology

To spare Rajiv Gandhi ’embarrassment’, Sweden called off Bofors scandal probe: Declassified CIA doc

The Swedish government knowingly called off the probe on Bofors scandal in order to prevent any embarrassment to Rajiv Gandhi, the then prime minister of India, a confidential CIA assessment which was declassified in December 2016 has revealed.

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