Kunduz: At least 33 people were killed and several injured in a blast on army recruitment centre in Kunduz city in northern Afghanistan on Monday, an official said. “The blast, apparently a suicide attack, targeted the recruitment center of army in Kunduz city the capital of Kunduz province at around 02:00 p.m. local time,” the…
New Delhi: The Indian Navy intercepted a pirate mother ship, rescuing 13 crew members, and arrested 61 Somali pirates about 600 nautical miles off the western coast, news agencies reported on Monday. “Vega 5, a pirate mother vessel, was intercepted by a fast attack craft, INS Kalpeni. 61 pirates were apprehended and 13 crew members…
Dharamsala: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama will formally convey to the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile today (Monday) his decision to devolve his “formal authority” to an elected leader of the community.
Kabul: At least seven people including three NATO soldiers were killed and several others wounded in different incidents in Afghanistan.
Beijing: At least 3,001 people have been arrested by Chinese authorities in their latest crackdown on rampant product piracy and seized fake or counterfeit medicines, liquor, mobile phones and other goods, officials said Sunday.
Aligarh: Bangladesh would like to build strong synergy with the Murshidabad centre of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) because of its locational advantage, and linguistic and cultural affinity, the country’s envoy to India says.
New Delhi: Another Indian pilot has been arrested in the capital for allegedly using forged marksheets to procure a licence from country’s airline regulator, the second such incident in the past four days.
Srinagar: In disputed Kashmir Indian troops killed four more Kashmiri youth in Sopore and Shopian on Sunday.
Colombo: A Pakistani Journalist with the same name as the man who staged an unsuccessful car bomb attack in New York last year, was detained by the Sri Lankan immigration authorities, news agencies reported on Sunday.
New Delhi: Bhartia Jana Party’ssenior leader L K Advani on Sunday said that he felt the demolition of the Babri mosque in 1992 had “badly dented” the credibility of his party.