Govt is anti-people: ex-army chief
Mumbai: In a stinging attack on the government, former army chief General V.K. Singh, who has joined Anna Hazare in his crusade against corruption, Monday termed it "anti-people" and demanded immediate dissolution of parliament. Gen. (retd.) Singh said the government is "bending to the corporates More

Pak agrees to allow NIA team to examine 26/11 evidence

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

New Delhi, Oct 29: Pakistan has in-principle agreed to allow a team of Indian investigators to go to that country to examine the evidence collected against arrested LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and six others, who are being tried in 26/11 attack case there. However, Islamabad is yet to More

Paid news a grave issue, says new I&B minister
New Delhi, Oct 29:  Manish Tewari, the newly sworn-in minister of state for information and broadcasting, Monday described paid news as a very grave issue and said efforts would be made to evolve a political consensus on it. Tewari, who was Congress spokesperson till Saturday, said he met More

Kejriwal questions Jaipal's removal from petroleum ministry
New Delhi: Activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal Monday questioned the decision of the government to transfer Jaipal Reddy from the Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry to Science and Technology. Kejriwal said: "Jaipal Reddy is considered to be an honest man and he was removed. Salman Khurshid More

Be transparent in weapons purchase, Antony tells Service chiefs

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

New Delhi, Oct 29: Defence Minister A K Antony today cautioned the three Services chiefs to be "transparent" in the process of weapon trials and procurement as he cleared proposals worth around Rs 6,000 crore for the Armed Forces. Antony's message to the chiefs came amid latest bribery allegations More

‘Yash Chopra had a soft corner for Pak’
Mumbai, Oct 29: Saying she had a "long love history with Mumbai", visiting Pakistani director Iram Parveen Bilal says late Bollywood veteran Yash Chopra, who had a "soft corner for Pakistan", was such a source of inspiration for her that after graduating in engineering she took the plunge into filmmaking More

  • Kashmir

Tulail: Expectant mother loses life as doctors go ‘missing’

IMRAN MUZAFFAR

Srinagar, Oct 29: In a shocking incident of its kind, an expectant mother has lost her life in north Kashmir’s Tulail block in Gurez on past Sunday allegedly due to the absence of doctors at the Primary More



  • Srinagar City

Afghan troupes strike City

Kabul based music group performs at Radio Kashmir Srinagar

GK CITY CORRESPONDENT

Srinagar, Oct 29: It were Afghans ruling the Radio Kashmir Srinagar auditorium Monday afternoon as a world famed Sufi music group from the neighboring country performed at the show amid applauds from audience More




  • Jammu

First convoy reaches Jammu amid tight security

DURBAR MOVES

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Oct 29: After closure of Durbar Move offices in the summer capital, the first convoy of around 200 vehicles, mostly carrying government records, reached Jammu amid tight security on Monday evening More



  • World

Bosnian walks over 5,500 km on pilgrimage to Makkah

Sarajevo: Bosnian Muslim Senad Hadzic's spiritual journey to perform the Hajj took him 10 months as walked 5,650 km before reaching Makkah in Saudi Arabia, Bosnian media reported. “There was not a More



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