Pak-sponsored terrorists making attempts to disturb peace in J&K: DGP

Director general of Jammu and Kashmir police Dilbag Singh on Wednesday said "Pakistan-sponsored terrorists" are trying to disrupt peace in the state and directed officers to put all resources to use to create a secure environment.

CBSE announces relaxations regarding board exams for children of armed forces personnel

The CBSE on Wednesday announced a set of relaxations for the wards of military and paramilitary forces personnel fighting terrorism and left-wing extremism.

Received 400,000 ticket applications for India-Pakistan match, says event director

Amid calls for boycott, the clamour for tickets for the marquee ODI World Cup clash between India and Pakistan in Manchester on June 16 has reached a crescendo, with more than 400,000 applicants for the 25,000 seater Old Trafford stadium.

No match between India-Pakistan in World Cup? BCCI willing to tow the government line

A BCCI official confirms that it is ready to boycott India-Pak World Cup clash if govt says so. There was a lot of speculation regarding cricket ties between the two hostile neighbours

Congress has this masterplan for its victory in Uttar Pradesh; will this succeed?

In a smart strategic move, Congress strengthens team Priyanka, Jyotiraditya and appoints six AICC secretaries

UN in tension; does not want India-Pakistan war; asks both to de escalate tension

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called on India and Pakistan to take "immediate steps" to deescalate tension that soared after 40 Indian security personnel were killed in an attack by Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama

Pulwama attack: 13 photos of Pakistani cricketers removed from HPCA stadium

Thirteen photos of Pakistani cricketers, including Imran Khan and Wasim Akram, that were hung inside the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) stadium here were removed on Tuesday, an official said.

Youngsters missing guidance of Smith, Warner: Hazlewood

In the absence of Steve Smith and David Warner, the Australian batting line-up has often crumbled under pressure in recent times, Test vice-captain Josh Hazlewood said and added youngsters are missing the guidance of the banned duo.

Will miss playing at Eden if games are shifted out: Dinesh Karthik

Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Dinesh Karthik said here on Tuesday he would miss playing at the Eden Gardens terribly if some of their home games are shifted out to neutral venues because of the coming Lok Sabha polls.

Go, pick Jaish chief in Bahawalpur: Amarinder tells Imran

Chiding Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan over his comments demanding proof of Pakistan's role in the Pulwama attack, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday asked if the bodies of the terrorists killed by security forces should be sent to him for proof.

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