Kashmiri truckers mistaken for militants in Maharashtra
September 25, 2016

A trio of Kashmiris sporting army-style fatigues sparked panic among security agencies who detained them in Panvel town here on Saturday afternoon, an official said. They were later allowed to go after the antecedents were checked. The incident happened near Gavhanphata when the trio was found near a container truck wearing army type uniforms and Central Industrial Security Force troopers, passing.

Dalit woman beaten up in Gujarat
September 25, 2016

Ahmedabad | (PTK): A pregnant Dalit woman was attacked by some upper caste people who barged into their home after her family refused to clear animal carcasses from fields in Gujarat’s Banaskantha district, police said Saturday. All six accused have been arrested. The incident was reported from Mota Karja village in Amirgadh taluka in which Nileshbhai Dhunabhai Ranavasia and his.

Pakistan cricket community ridicules Thakur’s statement
September 24, 2016

Karachi: Pakistan cricket community has ridiculed the statement given by BCCI President Anurag Thakur, saying even when ties between the two countries were better India had avoided playing Pakistan in a bilateral series. Thakur, also a top ranked leader of the ruling BJP in India, yesterday said in a statement that there was no question of playing Pakistan in cricket. “I just don’t.

Why did Chidambaram stop DAVP ads to newspapers in Kashmir: Owaisi
September 24, 2016

PTK Web Desk Srinagar | (PTK): All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) leader Asaduddin Owaisi, who was part of the recent all-party delegation to Kashmir has said that ‘alienation of people’ and a ‘lack of governance’ are the biggest factors that have precipitated an unforeseen unrest in Kashmir. In the backdrop of an attack on an Army base at Uri along LOC, Owaisi.

High alert in Mumbai after men carrying arms spotted
September 22, 2016

The Navy was put on the highest level of alert after two schoolchildren in Uran near Mumbai reported that they had seen four men dressed in black carrying guns Thursday morning. The children reportedly told their school that they had spotted the men around 11 am, their faces covered and “speaking a different language”, near an ammunition dump of the Navy in Uran. “ONGC” and.

Race Course Road, where PM lives, is now Lok Kalyan Marg
September 21, 2016

Agencies Delhi: The name of Race Course Road has now been changed to Lok Kalyan Marg. The Prime Minister’s residence is located on this road. Earlier, BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi had given the proposal to rename RCR as Ekatma Marg, based on the philosophy of BJP ideologue Deendayal Upadhyay, has raised the hackles of AAP. The proposal was submitted to NDMC on September 9. “The.

Delhi: Fire Breaks Out in Safdarjung Hospital, Rescue Ops Underway
September 21, 2016

New Delhi | (PTK): A fire broke out in south Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital Wednesday evening. As per reports, three fire tenders have been rushed to the spot and all efforts are on to douse the flames. So far the cause of the fire is not known. Hospital authorities are trying to make the evacuation easy for the patients. As per reports, all people are being safely evacuated..

Ready to suspend trade with Pak if asked: Tea association
September 20, 2016

Delhi: In the wake of the militant attack in Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian Tea Association (ITA), the apex body of tea planters, Tuesday said it was ready to suspend trade with Pakistan if the government wished so. “ITA is ready to suspend tea trade with Pakistan if asked by the government particularly in the wake of terror attacks in Kashmir,” ITA chairman Azam Menom told.

Bomb On Air India Flight In Kolkata, Claims Caller 
September 20, 2016

Kolkata  |(PTK): Security at Kolkata airport has been heightened after Air India received a call claiming that there is a bomb on its Guwahati-bound flight. The call was received before the flight was scheduled to take off. Boarding has been stopped and the plane has been taken to isolation, where a bomb detection and disposal squad is inspecting it. A woman called Air India at.

AMU expels Kashmiri student for his ‘objectionable’ post on Uri attack
September 19, 2016

Web Desk Srinagar | (PTK): Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) today expelled a Kashmiri student for what they said he posted “objectionable” comments on Facebook over the attack on the army base in Uri. According to reports, AMU Vice Chancellor Lt Gen Zameer-u-din Shah took a “very serious view” of the issue and expelled the student Mudassar Yusuf from Srinagar..

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