Air travelers hardly needs stamping of hand bags at seven airports
Air travellers will no longer need to get their hand bag stamped with "security checked" at seven major airports- Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Cochin.
J&K: Delhi police robbed 12-years of Rafiq Had Alibi as its motivation to get him convicted in Delhi serial blast in 2005
Mohammad Rafiq Shah was a student of MA (final) at Shah-i-Hamadan, Institute of Islamic Studies, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, when on the midnight of November 21, 2005, his world plunged into darkness.
Tariq Ahmad Dar from Kashmir found guilty of 2005 serial blasts that killed 60 persons, 90 injured
A Delhi court on Thursday pronounced Tariq Ahmad Dar guilty of funding serial blasts in the Capital on October 29, 2005 that killed at least 60 people and left over 90 others injured. Delhi Police had accused Dar of serving as the spokesperson, finance manager and conspirator of Lashkar-e-Taiba. Police said he was the mastermind of the blasts and the man who had called up the office of Kashmir News Agency to deny that LeT had any role in the attack.
Bhagwant Mann emerges as AAP’s tallest the tallest son-of-the-soil leader at Nakodar meet
Amid uncertainty over Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP’s) chief ministerial face if it wins the Punjab polls, Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann on Sunday emerged as the tallest leader at the thanksgiving meet of volunteers held in Nakodar on Sunday, thus putting him ahead of others in the race for the top post.
Dimple Yadav launches savalo at PM Narendra Modi over his 'Diwali-Ramzan' comments
Samajwadi Party leader Dimple Yadav leader , wife of Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav, today launched a fresh salvo against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making statements with communal overtones during the state assembly polls.
Mayawati hits back at Amit Shah calls him bigger 'Kasab'
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Thursday hit back strongly for Amit Shah's 'KASAB' acronym for Congress, SP and BSP, describing the BJP chief as a "terrorist" and saying there "cannot be a bigger Kasab " than him.
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Haryana on high alert as Jats begins quota agitation, prohibitory orders imposed
Haryana has gone on maximum alert as a fresh round of quota agitation called by a section of Jats began on Sunday. Apart from the state police and over 7,000 home guards, 37 companies of central forces have been deployed across the state around sensitive locations including National Highway 1 (popularly known as GT road), state highways, railways tracks and Munak canal that takes Yamuna river water to New Delhi. Authorities have also clamped prohibitory orders in these areas banning assembly of four or more people.
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New Traffic advisory for Sunday on Ramsoo-Banihal- Jawahar Tunnel
Keeping in view the peculiar condition of the road especially between Ramban-Ramsoo-Banihal- Jawahar Tunnel and Zig-Jawahar Tunnel coupled with narrow width of road at Mehar and Digdol, the movement of HMVs would not be feasible on NHW on Sunday. As such no movement of HMVs including convoys of Army, BSF, CRPF either from Jammu or Srinagar shall be allowed on Sunday. 
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