22 Oct 2014
Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday said that the government had proof that jihadi groups were active in the state.
22 Oct 2014
Guwahati: Six ULFA anti-talk insurgents were apprehended with arms and ammunition by a joint Army and Meghalaya police team in Meghalaya along Assam border, a defence officer said here on Wednesday.
19 Oct 2014
New Delhi: CPI termed the election results in Maharashtra and Haryana as "anti-incumbency vote" against Congress and not a "wave" in favour of Narendra Modi or BJP.
20 Oct 2014
Beijing: China has termed the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong an attempt to seek self-determination and independence, as it grappled to deal with the student-led movement that has occupied parts of the financial hub for more than three weeks.
15 Oct 2014
Buenos Aires: Close to 40,000 Argentines report crimes or get news about criminal activities close to their homes by means of a mobile application launched a month ago in a country where insecurity is seen as one of the main problems, its creators said.
15 Oct 2014
Vienna: Austria is under "a certain kind" of threat of terrorist attacks from the extremist group of Islamic State (IS), a senior security official said.
18 Oct 2014
Hong Kong: Hong Kong police on Saturday said that 26 people were arrested and at least 15 police officers injured after a night of clashes for control of Mong Kok, one of the main demonstration areas.
26 Aug 2014
Nagpur: The District Legal Services Authority, (DLSA) in Nagpur has launched a campaign to create awareness among students in professional colleges about the ragging menace.
15 Jul 2013
In the recent years, ragging has emerged as major woe for new entrants of colleges acroos the country. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has now invited applications from NGOs that are involved in the field of monitoring activities in the social sector on a pan-India level, to take up the role of watchdog to restrain ragging in educational institutions.
13 Sep 2014
Mumbai: The World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) two-day symposium at Istanbul, Turkey next month would discuss how science and investigations activities combined can help improve tools and develop new strategies to combat the use of drugs in sport.