16 Jul 2016
Ankara: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim today said 161 people were killed in the coup attempt against the government, with 2,839 soldiers now detained on suspicion of involvement.
20 Jul 2016
Srinagar: Curfew remained in force across all 10 districts of Kashmir today with security forces stepping up vigil in view of the call given by separatists for observing a "black day" to protest the recent killings in the Valley.
13 Jul 2016
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has convened a special Cabinet meeting in Lahore on Friday to discuss the "deteriorating situation" in the violence-hit Kashmir and chalk out "future course of action" on the issue.
22 Jul 2016
Chennai/New Delhi: An Indian Air Force's AN 32 transport plane today went missing with 29 people on board, including six crew members, while it was on its way from near Chennai to Port Blair, home to tri-service command.
15 Jul 2016
Thiruvananthapuram: The first Indian Airforce flight C-17 carrying 156 persons, who were evacuated from war-torn South Sudan's capital city Juba, arrived here early today.
22 Jul 2016
New Delhi: India yesterday lashed out at Pakistan for "inciting and supporting" terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and instead asked it to vacate its illegal occupation of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (POK).
23 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha is scheduled to hold his first meeting with CEOs of mobile service providers on Monday to discuss industry issues in general and call drops in particular.
14 Jul 2016
Srinagar: An injured youth died in a hospital here today, taking the death toll to 38 in the current bout of violence that has rocked the Kashmir Valley after the death of a local militant commander last week.
12 Jul 2016
Morigaon: One person was killed after being swept away by flood waters in Assam's Morigaon district while the situation in five other affected districts remained "critical".
11 Jul 2016
New York: Facing flak for temporarily removing the video of Philando Castile, an African-American who was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop last week, social media giant Facebook has said that it only removes content if it celebrates or glorifies violence, not if it's only graphic or disturbing.