Narendra Modi pays tributes to victims of 2001 Parliament attack, says India will never forget 'cowardly attack'
Union home minister Amit Shah and defence minister Rajnath Singh also paid tributes at a brief ceremony held outside the Parliament building
Declassified US survey finds 47% respondents in Pakistan favour State backing of Kashmiri militants in India
Few months after 2001 Parliament attack, US State Department conducted a survey within Pakistan in 2002 to understand whether common Pakistanis support terrorists in Kashmir. The results were shocking. Plurality favored continued support for Kashmiri militants and even felt that assisting terrorists in Kashmir was more important than any benefits that could be gained from closer ties with India.
2001 Indian Parliament attack anniversary: Afzal Guru remains enigma as nation pays homage to security personnel who died fighting
The attack on the Parliament building in New Delhi took place 16 years ago on 13 December, 2001, when five heavily armed gunmen stormed the compound and opened fire, killing nine people.
2001 Parliament attack: On 16th anniversary, political leaders across party lines pay tributes, hail 'resolve of India'
Political leaders cutting across party lines paid tributes to the martyrs of the 13 December 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament on Wednesday.
Two technology firms based out of San Francisco and Texas have been securing Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad's website
Heavy deployment of security forces was made here on Thursday as Kashmir observed the fourth death anniversary of parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, a police official said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Vice President Hamid Ansari and other parliamentarians on Tuesday paid tributes to the martyrs of the 2001 Parliament attack.
The JNU on Monday said the Appellate Authority which heard the appeals of the varsity students who were penalised in connection with the controversial 9 February event has submitted its final report.
JNU students who have been punished by the university in connection with the controversial 9 February event on Wednesday began an indefinite hunger strike to demand revocation of punitive action.
A formal request for access to Masood Azhar would be sent after the five-member Pakistani JIT after their probe into the Pathankot terror attack.
Kashmir an integral part of India, says Kanhaiya as Kher slams JNU students for celebrating Umar, Anirban's release
Kanhaiya Kumar's fellow JNU students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were released from after they were granted interim bail on Friday.
RVS Mani had claimed that member of the SIT on the killings had told him that 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and Parliament attack were state-sponsored.
During the hearing on Monday, Kanhaiya Kumar's counsel had argued that the student leader had never raised any slogans against the nation.
Afzal Guru, executed in 2013 for his role in the terror attack on Parliament, is at the centre of a political storm after protests in universities across the country.
Students in California, London come out in support of Kanhaiya Kumar; narrate his 'seditious' speech
Students are narrating Kanhaiya Kumar's speech in English and uploading their videos online.
'Has govt become so weak that it's unable to find who raised pro-Pakistan slogans?': Kin of Parliament attack victims demand justice
Chairman of All-India Anti-Terrorism Front Maninderjit Singh Bitta along with the kin of Parliament attack victims on Monday demanded stringent action against the students allegedly involved in the "anti-national act" in the JNU.
A Kashmiri artist on Tuesday alleged that Facebook removed a cartoon he had posted marking the third death anniversary of Afzal Guru.
A protest shutdown called by the separatists on the third death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru on Tuesday adversely affected life across the Kashmir Valley.
He is called a superhero and feted with financial rewards from Afghan politicians, but the lionisation of the soldier who singlehandedly killed six attackers in parliament belies bubbling discontent over deteriorating security.
Within hours after terrorist suicide bombers attacked Afghanistan's parliament, India asked the international community to reconsider pulling troops.