The 13th round of talks had taken place on 10 October and both sides failed to make any headway with the Indian Army saying after the dialogue that the 'constructive suggestions' made by it were not agreeable to the Chinese side, which also could not provide any 'forward-looking' proposals
Terrorist gunned down by security forces in Poonch; third personnel succumbs to injuries in J&K attack
The development comes in the wake of a deadly attack on a bus carrying Jammu and Kashmir armed police personnel on Monday evening in Zewan area on the outskirts of Srinagar city that left three dead and 12 injured
The state government has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to be paid to the next of kin of the 13 deceased while it will bear the cost of medical treatment of the injured persons
In protest against the incident, the ENPO has urged the six tribes of the region to withdraw participation from the ongoing Hornbill Festival, which is the state's biggest tourism extravaganza
Singh will also carry out a review of the security situation with top Army commanders in the backdrop of the lingering border row with China along the Line of Actual Control
In September, the Supreme Court had ruled that women be inducted into NDA from this year itself, and not from next year as sought by the Centre.
The bodies were spotted lying scattered near Mount Trishul during a search operation conducted with the help of a helicopter
Authorities in the West African nation did not comment on the situation. Residents reported seeing a number of soldiers on the streets who asked them to return to their homes for safety
Thirty-two Olympic winners, including javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra who is India's first-ever Gold medallist in track and field, along with two SAI officials have been invited to participate in the celebrations at the Red Fort
Rise of K-Pop in India: Analysing why Korean pop music has surged in India during coronavirus pandemic
A drastic increase in K-Pop streams on Spotify, Netflix diversifying its slate, and the BTS phenomenon have vastly contributed to the popularity of K-Pop in India despite trolling of boybands for challenging the traditional ideals of masculinity.
Justin Bieber's 'Peaches' defeats BTS 'Summer Out', Olivia Rodrigo's 'Driver Licence' at Vh1 Summer League 2021
The runners-up of the Summer League contest include Olivia Rodrigo's 'Driver Licence', and Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak's collaboration 'Leave the Door Open'.
K-pop band BTS asked their Indian fans to "never lose hope" amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
In the new book Nagme, Kisse, Baatein, Yaadein, Rakesh Anand Bakshi looks back at his father, legendary songwriter Anand Bakshi's illustrious career that spanned over five decades.
Three militants killed in encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian; one surrenders
The encounter began after information about the presence of new recruits of the Al-Badr outfit emerged crept in
To speed up the distribution of medical oxygen in treating COVID-19 patients, the Indian Air Force has airlifted empty oxygen tankers and containers to various filling stations across India
SC seeks response from Centre, others on plea raising issue of excluding female candidates from joining NDA
The plea said authorities don't allow eligible and willing female candidates to take the NDA exam on the sole ground of their gender
Mission Frontline review: Rana Daggubati’s slick, campy Discovery Plus show depicts life in the Border Security Force
Rana Daggubati’s slick, campy Discovery Plus show reminds you how tough it is to guard our borders
From 'peculiar work conditions' to 'may cause instability', why Centre wants SC to keep adultery a crime in armed forces
In the Indian Army, for instance, adultery is described using the military euphemism 'stealing the affection of a brother officer’s wife'. The case is similar in the Air Force and the Navy too
Addressing a briefing in Beijing, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying claimed that the "merits of the situation at the border area are very clear and the responsibility totally lies with the Indian side"
The apex court was hearing an appeal by an Army Colonel against a 15 May order seeking the transfer of his wife and him to far-off locations