Russian inspectors on Monday will start observation flights over the Turkish territory under the Open Skies Treaty to monitor its compliance, a senior Russian defense official said.
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- Heavy shelling on LoC in Jammu all night
- Colin Farrell has never read 'Harry Potter' books
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The Indian and Pakistani armed forces exchanged heavy shelling and firing all night through along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu district on Monday.
Actor Colin Farrell never read the "Harry Potter" books before starring in "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them".
- Taiwanese love butter chicken, naan, say Indian restaurateurs
- Over 7,000 held during ongoing Kashmir violence
- Another Telangana-Andhra row, but this time over buildings
- Crimeans happy to be with Russia, but tension with Ukraine a concern
- Bring pensions under one authority to boost coverage: Regulator
- Depositors prefer asset diversification as bank deposit rates fall
- Road accidents: Sensation-seeking youth biggest culprits
- Taming the Afghans, plugging the invasion route: A forgotten contribution to Indian security
- Wanted to catch her alive, says man who led ops to kill man-eating tigress
- Missing JNU student: They wanted to kill him, says eyewitness
Making a case for consolidating all the pension products under its umbrella, a top official of the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) has said this would help bring at least 20 per cent of Indias population under its cover by 2021-22.
As a mob of around 30 students rained blows, abuses and communal slurs on JNU student Najeeb Ahmed on the night of October 14, some of them could be heard saying tauntingly, "Issko 72 houron ke paas bhejna hai (We will send him to 72 virgins)".
Till a few weeks ago, Akhilesh Yadav appeared uncertain about how far he should go in challenging his domineering father and canny uncle.
Soon, the Indian cricket board might cry before the Supreme Court in a filmi style that "tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh milti gayi My Lord, per insaaf nahi mila! -- got date after date, date after date, date after date, My Lord, but no justice.
Parag Madhukar Dhakate, the forest officer who led one of India's largest and most modern operations to kill a man-eating tigress on the periphery of Jim Corbett National Park, is not a happy man. On Thursday, the jungle was stripped of another big cat which Dhakate had wanted to capture alive.
A little more than two weeks before the November 8 presidential elections, US Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and her Republican opponent Donald Trump have began the final stretch of the campaign, with the former leading in the polls and the latter vowing he would not give up.
The four-year-old Syrian boy with a burnt face found his way to the final debate at Las Vegas in the US between the Republican candidate for President, Donald Trump, and the Democratic Party's Hillary Clinton.