Warning of Islamic State's tentacles spreading to South Asia

United Nations , Feb 10 UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has warned of the danger of the Islamic State spreading its tentacles to South Asia through organisations like the Tehreek-e-Khilafat in Pakistan and called for international action against the grave threat.

34 militants killed in airstrikes in Iraq

Baghdad , Feb 10

At lest 34 Islamic State militants were killed in air strikes by Iraqi and US-led coalition aircraft and artillery shelling in Iraq's western province of Anbar, a provincial security source told Xinhua.

Siachen survivor's family reaches army hospital in Delhi

Dharwad (Karnataka) , Feb 9

Family members of Siachen avalanche survivor Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad flew to New Delhi on Tuesday night from Panaji to be with him as he battles for life in an army hospital, an official said.

International card cloning gang member held in Delhi

New Delhi , Feb 9

A 25-year-old member of an international credit and debit card cloning gang has been arrested here for cheating many people across India by withdrawing money from their accounts, police said on Tuesday.

Foggy Wednesday morning in Delhi

New Delhi , Feb 10

It was a foggy Wednesday morning here, with the minimum temperature recorded at 8.6 degrees Celsius, two notches below the season's average, the Met Office said.

Iraqi forces recapture eastern part of Ramadi

Baghdad , Feb 10

The Iraqi security forces fought fierce clashes with Islamic State militants and retook control of the eastern part of the city of Ramadi, while the troops seized a road linking the city to the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, the military said on Tuesday.

Have CCTVs been installed in police stations, asks HC

New Delhi , Feb 9

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked city police to file its response on whether CCTV cameras have been installed in police stations, particularly those covering 44 "red flagged" locations identified as sensitive based on an extensive crime mapping exercise.