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Mar 21, 2019
CRPF jawan kills three soldiers using service rifle 'after quarrel' at Battal Ballian camp, in critical state after shooting selfThree CRPF personnel of the 187th Battalion were shot dead by a fellow jawan at the battalion headquarters in Udhampur's Battal Ballian on Wednesday night.
Feb 25, 2019
Akhilesh Yadav says Pakistan can't be defeated without long-term strategy, asks govt to remember China is with IslamabadAkhilesh Yadav on Sunday met the family of Ajit Kumar, a CRPF jawan, who lost his life during the Pulwama terror attack on 14 February
Jun 10, 2018
India bag 17 medals, including five gold, to finish third at Junior Asian Athletics ChampionshipsIndia bagged 17 medals — five gold, two silver and 10 bronze — in the four-day championships to finish third behind Japan (14 gold, 15 silver, 13 bronze) and China (11 gold, 8 silver, 4 bronze).
Mar 06, 2017
Modi govt's Smart City scheme may make housing unaffordable for poor, says UN reportThe Smart City scheme of Government of India might broaden the gap between the rich and poorer cities with an overreliance on technology possibly resulting in an unaffordable housing for the poor, a United Nations expert says in a report to the current UN Human Rights Council (HRC) session
Mar 02, 2017
India must declare Pakistan a 'terror state' instead of having outbursts at the UNWhat is India's Pakistan policy? The current policy (if there is one) seems to be an unstable oscillation between naïve ad-hocism and macho posturing.
Sep 17, 2016
Human rights record in PoK, Balochistan deplorable: India at UNIndia and Pakistan clashed again at the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) over accusations on Kashmir with the fight turning more acrimonious this time.
Apr 26, 2016
Undemocratic systems of governance creating hindrances for developing nations: India tells UNIndia said persisting "undemocratic systems" of international governance are creating hindrances for effective participation of developing countries.
Mar 27, 2016
Peaceful protest an essential enabler but shouldn't be used to paralyse society: IndiaThe right to peaceful protests cannot be taken away from people but any protest or demonstration should also not be allowed to paralyse the life of civilised society, India has told the UN human rights body.
Dec 27, 2014
Four rebel JD(U) legislators disqualified from Bihar AssemblyThe JD(U) Chief Whip Shrawan Kumar welcomed the Speaker's decision and said that the disqualified lawmakers deserved punishment for working against their party.
Jun 09, 2014
JD(U) rebel MLA Ravindra Rai suspended in BiharJD(U) national President Sharad Yadav on Sunday suspended Mahua MLA Ravindra Rai.