The 2020 Sikh Referendum app is free to download that seems to be directed to divide the Sikh community.
Akbar Lone shouldn't be allowed to escape scrutiny for pro-Pakistan slogan; govt must treat him like IAF officer Arun Marwaha
Jammu and Kashmir MLA Mohammad Akbar Lone must be drummed out of the House, shorn of his powers and not allowed to enjoy the privileges of the Assembly
SSB mans the 1,751-km long India-Nepal and the 699-km long Indo-Bhutan borders. It has sanctioned its first ever intelligence wing to check activities of "anti-India and other inimical forces"
Tainted TMC leaders will go to jail very soon, says BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya, demands their resignation
BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya on Tuesday demanded that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee immediately remove the ministers whose names have figured in the FIR filed by the CBI in the Narada sting operation case.
JNU row: One year on, whether or not pro-Afzal Guru protest was 'doctored', agitation has left many bitter
An evening gathering that culminates into an ugly scene where the very idea of India was challenged and cursed several times was definitely not a pleasant spectacle for a large number of students, teachers and passers-by.
Scores of Kahsmir valley youth go into hiding as Indian security forces conduct night-raids to find youth involved in stone-throwing and other street protests since anti-India protests gripped the valley after the July 8 killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani
The United States has backed Amnesty International after a sedition case was registered against the global rights group in Bengaluru for hosting a Kashmir event where alleged anti-India slogans were raised.
Dubbing separatists in Jammu and Kashmir as "defeatists", a pro-RSS journal on Tuesday said they are fuelling "anti-India sentiment" by raking up "minor incidents" to reinvigorate their "lost battle" against the country.
The Delhi HC on Tuesday agreed to give an urgent hearing to a plea seeking immediate arrest of the five JNU students accused of raising anti-India slogans
Notice now the sequence of events at JNU. Anti-India slogans are shouted at an event organised on the third death anniversary of Afzal Guru.
An article in Organiser - the mouthpiece of BJP's ideological mentor Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh - has alleged that prestigious institutes like IITs were being turned into places for "anti-India and anti-Hindu" activities.
It is open season on India. And everyone is hunting. Whoever had a grudge while India was the flavour of the season is now in the game, busy getting their two minutes of fame.
The probe into a case of sedition, lodged against writer Arundhati Roy, hardline Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani and four others for delivering anti-India speeches, has been given to the Crime Branch of Delhi Police.