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Coronavirus Outbreak updates: Confirmed cases in India at 3113, says ICMR; Rajasthan registers 25 new cases
India

Coronavirus Outbreak updates: Confirmed cases in India at 3113, says ICMR; Rajasthan registers 25 new cases

Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE updates:As per the 9 pm update issued by the ICMR, a total of 11,182 samples were tested on Saturday. Of these, 324 tested positive taking the number of confirmed cases in the country to 3,113.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Narendra Modi to chair first all-party meet on govt's COVID-19 action plan on 8 April; TMC calls move photo-op
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Narendra Modi to chair first all-party meet on govt's COVID-19 action plan on 8 April; TMC calls move photo-op

This will be the first interaction of the prime minister with leaders of opposition after announcing the countrywide lockdown for 21 days on 24 March

Coronavirus Outbreak: Led by Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam medical fraternity takes a leap of faith in fight against COVID-19
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Led by Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam medical fraternity takes a leap of faith in fight against COVID-19

Everyone in the country is nervous, only that people like Jenita Baruah, Dhiraj Pathak, Arun Kumar Konwar, Swapna Bhumic Das, Ratnawati Doley and many other unknown faces from the medical fraternity are braver than the rest.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Uttar Pradesh govt to slap NSA against persons who attack policemen enforcing lockdown in state
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Uttar Pradesh govt to slap NSA against persons who attack policemen enforcing lockdown in state

'The police is doing its duty by preventing people to come out during lockdown. There have been incidents in the state in which policemen were attacked by people. To deter such persons, it has been decided to invoke NSA against such persons', a senior Home Department official

Amit Shah should resign for 'failing' to control Delhi riots, says TMC MP Saugata Roy in LS; demands judicial inquiry into violence by sitting SC judge
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Amit Shah should resign for 'failing' to control Delhi riots, says TMC MP Saugata Roy in LS; demands judicial inquiry into violence by sitting SC judge

TMC MP Saugata Roy on Wednesday said Home Minister Amit Shah should resign for 'failing' to control the riots in Delhi and demanded a judicial inquiry by a sitting Supreme Court judge

Ajit Doval's deployment to quell Delhi violence beyond NSA's role; here's why Modi had to rely on his Man Friday to clean up MHA's mess
India

Ajit Doval's deployment to quell Delhi violence beyond NSA's role; here's why Modi had to rely on his Man Friday to clean up MHA's mess

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval came to the Centre's rescue once again at a time when the centrally-managed Delhi Police was facing flak for failing to control three-day-long bloody riots in the National Capital

Senior IPS officer SN Shrivastava set to succeed Amulya Patnaik as Delhi Police chief after criticism over handling of communal violence
India

Senior IPS officer SN Shrivastava set to succeed Amulya Patnaik as Delhi Police chief after criticism over handling of communal violence

Senior IPS officer SN Shrivastava was given the additional charge of the Delhi police commissioner with effect from Sunday, according to an official order.

Delhi violence: Situation under control, police doing their job, says NSA Ajit Doval after visiting affected areas
India

Delhi violence: Situation under control, police doing their job, says NSA Ajit Doval after visiting affected areas

NSA Ajit Doval said he is visiting the areas affected by violence in northeast Delhi as per the instructions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah

NSA charges filed against Kafeel Khan for making anti-CAA remarks at Aligarh Muslim University last December
India

NSA charges filed against Kafeel Khan for making anti-CAA remarks at Aligarh Muslim University last December

Kafeel Khan was suspended and arrested for alleged negligence after over 60 children died at the BRD Medical College in Gorakhpur in August 2017

CIA spied on countries including India, Pakistan through secretly-owned Swiss encryption firm for decades, says Washington Post report
India

CIA spied on countries including India, Pakistan through secretly-owned Swiss encryption firm for decades, says Washington Post report

The CIA read the encrypted messages of several countries, including India, for decades through its secretly-owned Switzerland-based company trusted by governments all over the world to keep the communications of their spies, soldiers and diplomats secret.

Supreme Court refuses to entertain plea challenging imposition of NSA in Delhi and other states amid anti-CAA protests
India

Supreme Court refuses to entertain plea challenging imposition of NSA in Delhi and other states amid anti-CAA protests

The Supreme Court refused to entertain a plea challenging the imposition of the National Security Act (NSA) in few states and the national capital amid anti-CAA protests.

Supreme Court to hear plea against imposition of NSA in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh amid anti-CAA protests today
India

Supreme Court to hear plea against imposition of NSA in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh amid anti-CAA protests today

The Supreme Court would hear on Friday a fresh plea challenging the imposition of the National Security Act (NSA) in few states and the national capital empowering police to detain persons sans trial for a period of 12 months

Amid anti-CAA protests, Delhi L-G extends police's detention powers under NSA; law allows cops to hold a person for 12 months sans trial
India

Amid anti-CAA protests, Delhi L-G extends police's detention powers under NSA; law allows cops to hold a person for 12 months sans trial

The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal has extended the Delhi Police's detention powers under the National Security Act, 1980, for a three-month period between 19 January and 18 April, The Leaflet reported

WhatsApp surveillance: Congress accuses Narendra Modi govt of 'snooping', urges Supreme Court to hold Centre accountable
India

WhatsApp surveillance: Congress accuses Narendra Modi govt of 'snooping', urges Supreme Court to hold Centre accountable

The Congress alleged on Thursday that the Modi government has been "caught snooping" after WhatsApp said that journalists and human rights activists in India have been targets of surveillance, as it urged the Supreme Court to hold the Centre accountable over the issue

Ajit Doval says no questions of atrocities by army in Jammu and Kashmir, its role limited to fighting terrorists
India

Ajit Doval says no questions of atrocities by army in Jammu and Kashmir, its role limited to fighting terrorists

The Indian Army's presence in the Kashmir Valley was only limited to fighting terrorists, and police and central forces are there for handling public order, said National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Saturday

Oppo firing case: National Security Act invoked against man accused for firing at security guard in Greater Noida
India

Oppo firing case: National Security Act invoked against man accused for firing at security guard in Greater Noida

The Gautam Buddh Nagar administration on Monday invoked the National Security Act (NSA) against the third accused involved in the firing at a security guard of the site belonging to Chinese phone manufacturing company Oppo

Mobs thrash six over child-lifting rumours in three separate incidents in UP; attacks occurred despite police warning on invoking NSA
India

Mobs thrash six over child-lifting rumours in three separate incidents in UP; attacks occurred despite police warning on invoking NSA

Attacks over rumours of child-lifting have increased over the past week in Uttar Pradesh. On Thursday, Director General of Police OP Singh said 82 people have been arrested.

Ajit Doval visits Anantnag ahead of Eid, interacts with locals, livestock traders as part of 'confidence building measure' in J&K
India

Ajit Doval visits Anantnag ahead of Eid, interacts with locals, livestock traders as part of 'confidence building measure' in J&K

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Saturday visited Anantnag in south Kashmir and interacted with cattle traders and locals ahead of Eid.

Ghulam Nabi Azad says 'anyone can be bought' after Ajit Doval interacts with Kashmiri locals, cops; BJP demands apology
Politics

Ghulam Nabi Azad says 'anyone can be bought' after Ajit Doval interacts with Kashmiri locals, cops; BJP demands apology

Doval on Wednesday undertook a whirlwind visit to the militancy-infested south Kashmir and was seen eating food on a footpath outside closed shops and talking to locals.

NSA contractor sentenced to nine years in prison for stealing classified US data
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NSA contractor sentenced to nine years in prison for stealing classified US data

The list of pilfered documents also included an NSA user's guide for an intelligence-gathering tool