Author: The Hindustan Times

Travel industry hopeful of demand during festive season

Amid slowdown across several industries, the travel sector is banking big on the upcoming festive season. The impact of

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Army wants adultery to remain offence for discipline in its ranks

The military, especially the 1.3-million-strong army, is unhappy with a 2018 Supreme Court (SC) verdict scrapping adultery as a

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Pakistan cites India’s ‘behaviour’ to deny airspace for President Ram Nath Kovind’s plane

Pakistan on Saturday said it had denied India’s President Ram Nath Kovind permission to fly through its airspace for

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‘No question of army atrocities in Kashmir’, says NSA Ajit Doval

The Army presence in the Kashmir Valley was only limited to fighting terrorists, and police and central forces are

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Most countries understand Kashmir is an Indian issue, says S Jaishankar at HT-MintAsia Leadership Summit

Most countries view India’s decision to abrogate Article 370 in Kashmir as an internal issue and accept that countries

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Chandrayaan 2 Moon Landing: ‘Fifteen minutes of terror’ await

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) scientists will be glued to their consoles tracking telemetry parameters at the Missions Operation

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Delhi-bound IndiGo flight suffers bird hit in Ranchi, passengers safe

More than 140 passengers had a close shave after a Delhi-bound IndiGo flight suffered a bird hit at Ranchi’s

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PM Narendra Modi Russia visit: India, Russia realise importance of multipolar world: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said Russian president Vladimir Putin’s invitation to him for the Eastern Economic Forum

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Creating the CDS: It’s not the what, but the how that matters

Two recent announcements by the government – the creation of a chief of defence staff (CDS) for the armed

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Pakistan ‘most dangerous country’ in the world, says Mattis

Former US defense secretary James Mattis has said he considers Pakistan as the “most dangerous country” he dealt with

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