24 Jun 2015
New Delhi: As many as 1,000 home guards were deployed in Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses in order to ensure safety of passengers, especially women.
29 Jun 2015
Mumbai: Director Ali Abbas Zafar has taken off to Punjab for his film 'Sultan', which stars superstar Salman Khan as lead. Zafar, who has also written the film, took to micro-blogging site Twitter to share the news.
29 Jun 2015
Lahore: At least four terrorists were killed today in an encounter with the law enforcement agencies in Pakistan's Punjab province, with the officials claiming to have averted a 'major terror attack.'
30 Jun 2015
Srinagar: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will arrive here tomorrow on a two-day visit to review the security arrangements for Amarnath Yatra and offer prayers at the Himalayan cave shrine on July 2.
28 Jun 2015
Colombo: Sri Lanka's batting great Kumar Sangakkara on Saturday ended speculation about his future, saying he will retire during the home series against India in August.
23 Jun 2015
Karachi: The Home Minister of Punjab province in Pakistan, Shuja Khanzada, today alleged that the Indian spy and intelligence agency, RAW, had made attempts to ensure that the Zimbabwe cricket team did not tour the country in May.
29 Jun 2015
New Delhi: The Central government on Monday sought a report from the Tihar Jail authorities after two inmates escaped from its high-security premises on Sunday.
27 Jun 2015
Sangrur: Terming that Punjab was bearing the brunt of its war against drugs, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said that the state was being maligned irrespective of the fact that not even a single ounce of drug was produced in it.
20 May 2015
Patna: Railway services and vehicle movements were badly hit following the 'chakka jam' agitation by home guards in Bihar, which entered its sixth day on Wednesday. Over 53,000 home guards in the state are on an indefinite strike since May 15 to press for post-service benefits, a hike in daily allowances and retirement age.
15 May 2015
Patna: Policing, law and order, security and traffic control services were badly hit in Bihar as over 53,000 Home Guard personnel went on an indefinite strike on Friday to press for their demands of raising daily allowance and retirement age.