Select a country

Former Army chief Dalbir Suhag appointed Indian envoy to Seychelles

Former Army chief Dalbir Singh Suhag has been appointed as India's next high commissioner to Seychelles, a country which is of strategic importance to India in the Indian Ocean region. General (retired) Suhag was the Army chief from July 31, 2014, to Decembe
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

Former Army chief Dalbir Suhag appointed Indian envoy to Seychelles

Former Army chief Dalbir Singh Suhag has been appointed as India's next high commissioner to Seychelles, a country which is of strategic importance to India in the Indian Ocean region. General (retired) Suhag was the Army chief from July 31, 2014, to December 31, 2016. He was also part of the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) in Sri Lanka in 1987.

In a first, Army starts process to induct women as military police

The Army started the online registration for recruitment in the Corps of military and the last date for filing application has been fixed as June 8. At present, women are allowed in select areas such as medical, legal, educational, signals and engineering win
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

In a first, Army starts process to induct women as military police

The Army started the online registration for recruitment in the Corps of military and the last date for filing application has been fixed as June 8. At present, women are allowed in select areas such as medical, legal, educational, signals and engineering wings of the Army.

Days of lantern are over in Bihar, says PM Modi in veiled dig at Lalu Yadav

The PM was referring to power situation in Bihar during the 15-year rule of RJD (from 1990 to 2005) and now under NDA, when all the households in the state have been provided electricity connection by the end of last year.
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

Days of lantern are over in Bihar, says PM Modi in veiled dig at Lalu Yadav

The PM was referring to power situation in Bihar during the 15-year rule of RJD (from 1990 to 2005) and now under NDA, when all the households in the state have been provided electricity connection by the end of last year.

We could have inflicted heavy damage on Pakistan during aerial raid if we had 'tech asymmetry': IAF

If the Indian Air Force possessed high levels of «technological asymmetry», then it would have been able to inflict heavy damage on Pakistan during its unsuccessful aerial raid on February 27, according to an IAF report. The report analysed variou
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

We could have inflicted heavy damage on Pakistan during aerial raid if we had 'tech asymmetry': IAF

If the Indian Air Force possessed high levels of «technological asymmetry», then it would have been able to inflict heavy damage on Pakistan during its unsuccessful aerial raid on February 27, according to an IAF report. The report analysed various aspects of IAF's air strike on a JeM terrorist training camp in Pakistan's Balakot on February 26.

Rich and powerful can't run top court, says SC on 'conspiracy' against CJI

The SC will pass an order at 2 pm today to inquire into a lawyer's allegation that there was an alleged attempt to frame CJI with the sexual harassment complaint. A special bench said that it was anguished with the way the judiciary has been treated for the p
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

Rich and powerful can't run top court, says SC on 'conspiracy' against CJI

The SC will pass an order at 2 pm today to inquire into a lawyer's allegation that there was an alleged attempt to frame CJI with the sexual harassment complaint. A special bench said that it was anguished with the way the judiciary has been treated for the past 3-4 years and that the «rich and powerful cannot remote control the SC proceedings.»

SC seeks help of CBI, IB, cops to probe role of 'fixers' in judiciary

The Supreme Court on Wednesday sought the assistance of top investigating and intelligence agencies to probe a “set of fixers” in the judiciary who allegedly seek to manipulate judicial proceedings and have been accused of conspiring with a corporate figu
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

SC seeks help of CBI, IB, cops to probe role of 'fixers' in judiciary

The Supreme Court on Wednesday sought the assistance of top investigating and intelligence agencies to probe a “set of fixers” in the judiciary who allegedly seek to manipulate judicial proceedings and have been accused of conspiring with a corporate figure to frame the Chief Justice of India in a sexual harassment case.

Hospital flouts Ayushman Yojana norms; fined Rs 11.8 lakh

The Uttarakhand health department on Tuesday imposed a penalty of Rs 11.82 lakh on Shri Mahant Indiresh Hospital in Dehradun for violating norms under the Atal Ayushman Yojana.
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

Hospital flouts Ayushman Yojana norms; fined Rs 11.8 lakh

The Uttarakhand health department on Tuesday imposed a penalty of Rs 11.82 lakh on Shri Mahant Indiresh Hospital in Dehradun for violating norms under the Atal Ayushman Yojana.

Our responsibility is to keep this institution clean, says Supreme Court

A three-judge special bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra said that disclosure of certain names and allegations in the affidavit filed by advocate Utsav Singh Bains regarding fixing of bench in the apex court was a «very serious aspect».
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

Our responsibility is to keep this institution clean, says Supreme Court

A three-judge special bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra said that disclosure of certain names and allegations in the affidavit filed by advocate Utsav Singh Bains regarding fixing of bench in the apex court was a «very serious aspect».

Will go to the root of lawyer's claims of larger conspiracy to frame CJI Ranjan Gogoi: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it will go to the root of the alleged conspiracy and sensational claims made by a lawyer that there was a larger conspiracy to frame Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi in the sexual harassment allegations against him.
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

Will go to the root of lawyer's claims of larger conspiracy to frame CJI Ranjan Gogoi: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it will go to the root of the alleged conspiracy and sensational claims made by a lawyer that there was a larger conspiracy to frame Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi in the sexual harassment allegations against him.

A first: BJP to contest more seats than Congress

This year, BJP has announced 437 candidates. While, Congress has named 423 only, with a couple of more seats to be announced in UP. Congress was always a national party, its roots going back to pre-Independence, while BJP, mutating from its forerunner Bharati
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

A first: BJP to contest more seats than Congress

This year, BJP has announced 437 candidates. While, Congress has named 423 only, with a couple of more seats to be announced in UP. Congress was always a national party, its roots going back to pre-Independence, while BJP, mutating from its forerunner Bharatiya Jana Sangh, was for a long time with minimal national footprint.

10 J&K terrorists based in Pak involved in LoC trade: Officials

These Jammu and Kashmir natives are either based in Islamabad and Rawalpindi in Pakistan or Muzaffarabad in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and operate businesses ranging from almonds, dry dates, dry fruits to mangoes as part of the modus operandi to send mon
India News, Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India: TOI

10 J&K terrorists based in Pak involved in LoC trade: Officials

These Jammu and Kashmir natives are either based in Islamabad and Rawalpindi in Pakistan or Muzaffarabad in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and operate businesses ranging from almonds, dry dates, dry fruits to mangoes as part of the modus operandi to send money to fuel unrest in Jammu and Kashmir on behalf of the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI, they said.