5 of Arab family shot dead in Israel, protests erupt against soaring crime rate

Five members of an Arab family were shot dead in their home in Israel. Crime-related killings in Israel's Arab communities have reached a new peak this year.

Telangana HC faults NIA, rules detention of Maoist ‘courier’ illegal

The NIA contended that the detainee had been legally taken into custody by serving a 41-A notice in connection with a 2019 case registered at Nagarnar police station in Bastar. HYDERABAD: Stating that the NIA, as a premier investigation agency, is expected to adhere to the legal procedures, a bench of the Telangana High Court on Wednesday declared the detention of Dubashi Devender on the accusation that he was a courier of the banned CPI...

Maneka Gandhi claims ISKCON sells cows to butchers; temple authority hits back

A controversy has arisen following allegations made by BJP MP and former Union minister Maneka Gandhi against the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), accusing the organization of selling cows from its gaushalas (cow shelters) to butchers. In a video, Gandhi claimed that ISKCON establishes cow shelters and benefits from government support, including land grants, and alleged that they exclusively sell their cows to butchers,...

Russia says West helped attack Black Sea Fleet HQ

Moscow claims the US and NATO allies have become involved in the conflict

3D-printed "ghost guns" found in Manhattan day care

NYPD officers in Manhattan, New York discovered a "ghost gun" printing operation inside an apartment being used as a day care on September 26. 18-year-old Karon Coley and 2 minors were making the weapons with materials and instructions found online.

Plans for Poland's first nuclear power plant move ahead as US and Polish officials sign an agreement

Polish and US officials inked an agreement Wednesday in Warsaw to proceed with the construction of Poland’s first nuclear power plant as part of the Central European country’s push to transition away from polluting fossil fuels. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki termed the agreement to build the plant in the Pomerania region near the Baltic Sea as ...

St Bernard abandoned in Gujarat finds home abroad

A St Bernard named Athena was abandoned near an Ahmedabad crematorium and fell sick. She was found by kind people and given a new home. After undergoing surgery and intensive physiotherapy, she was adopted by a retired British diplomat and his wife. They renamed her Lady Sybil and she now lives a happy life in Delhi and will soon move to Canada.

North Korea calling itself a nuclear state should worry friends and foes

There is not a single boring day in North Korea under Kim Jong Un's leadership. A week after returning from his armored train trip to Russia, he declares that the isolated nation has amended its constitution and will now be known as a nuclear state.

Powerful explosion near airport triggers fire in Uzbekistan's Tashkent

A powerful explosion occurred in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, news website Daryo reported early on Thursday.

‘Drunk’ helper behind train climbing on to platform at Mathura

LUCKNOW: Hours after Shakurbasti-Mathura MEMU (04446) broke through the platform of Mathura Junction on Tuesday night, an internal report about the accident has found that a drunk helper had kept his bag on the throttle of the engine in the driving cab which caused a sudden acceleration and it crashed into the platform. An initial joint report prep...

US soldier Travis King heads home after North Korea expels him

Private Travis King, the US soldier who escaped into North Korea in July, is in US custody and on his way home after North Korea ejected him into China, the US announced on Wednesday. While specifics regarding the negotiations that resulted in King’s transfer were scant, the development was a rare example of collaboration between the US, North Kore...

Kerala Lottery Results Karunya Plus KN-489 September 28 2023: Check winning ticket, prize money HERE

Kerala Lottery Results Karunya Plus KN 489: Karunya Plus is among the seven lotteries held by the Kerala State Lotteries Department weekly. The draw for the Karunya Plus KN 484 lottery took place at 3 p.m. Each lottery is identified by an alphabetical code, and the code for the Karunya Plus lottery is "KN." The representation of the code includes the draw number. The cost of a Karunya Plus lottery ticket is Rs 40. Winners must ensure that they...

'Donald Duck' remark, barb at First Lady, bashing each other: What presidential candidates said at second GOP Debate

Seven presidential hopefuls gathered at the Reagan Library in California on Wednesday for the second of the party’s primary debates. Early frontrunner Donald Trump skipped the event, just as he did the first. He is 2,000 miles away trying to woo union workers in Michigan amid a labor strike. ​​There were some awkward and downright cringeworthy moments during the debate, from lines that were heavily rehearsed to some clunky retorts.

The UK just licensed a massive oil and gas field in the North Sea

NIA Raid | NIA Picks Up Punjab ‘Labourer’ For Questioning In Gangster-terror Network Case | News18

NIA Raid | NIA Picks Up Punjab ‘Labourer’ For Questioning In Gangster-terror Network Case | News18The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has picked up a “labourer", Yunis alias Jora from Punjab's Ferozepur, for questioning in the gangster-terror network case after the searches on Wednesday. Jora has been issued a notice under the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) asking him to join the investigation.#NIARaid #nia #punjab #englishnews #cnnnews18 #news18 n18oc_india

Breaking News Live: Fire Breaks Out At Scrap Godown In Mumbai, 10 Fire Tenders Rushed To Spot

Breaking News Live: Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. Mumbai Police Deploys More Than 19,000 Cops For Immersion Of Ganesh Idols Today Mumbai Police are deploying more than 19,000 personnel, including officers, to thwart any untoward incident when processions will be taken out to immerse idols of Lord Ganesh on Anant Chaturdashi, the last day of the festival, which falls on...

Newsletter | HPCL, BPCL, IOC are each losing over Rs 7 per litre on fuel sold; FSSAI wants you to stop packing food in newspapers & more

Here's a rundown of 11 significant news stories to keep you in the know: #LatestNews⚡ Petrol and diesel prices: HPCL, BPCL, IOC are each losing over Rs 7 per litre on fuel sold, says Nomura The sharp decline in marketing margins due to rising crude oil prices and product spreads will impact the profitability of oil marketing companies (OMCs) in the July-September quarter, according to a Nomura report. Among these state-run downstream refiners,...

SIT Team formed in Ujjain Case

Ujjain Case: A case of rape of a 12 year old girl has come to light in Ujjain. The investigation regarding this matter has been intensified and now a SIT team has been formed which will be handed over the investigation. On the other hand, Ujjain Police has arrested 3 accused in this case.

Breaking News | Politics Over Heavy Bengaluru Traffic On Outer Ring Road, Citizens Face Issues

Breaking News | A row erupts over heavy traffic in Bengaluru as it hits the Outer Ring Road of the city, they target the Siddaramaiah government over the issue. The citizens stuck in traffic were stranded till late hours which was problematic for students in school buses, employees and other. The stranded citizens called out the mismanagement of the government over X (formerly Twitter) to which government replied and blamed the long weekend due...

'Will Detonate Pendrive Bomb': MPCC Chief Nana Patole Threatens To Expose 'Brokers' In Nirmal Building

Mumbai: Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole has threatened to detonate a “pen drive bomb” and said he will expose “brokers” in the Nirmal Building who decide which contracts are given to whom. He said the exposé will be undertaken during the winter session. As a result, the state home ministry has issued strict rules for people visiting the buil...

Watch: Crocodile spotted amid heavy rain in Hyderabad, rescued

A medium-sized crocodile was spotted on the roadside near an open drain in Hyderabad's Khairtabad.

WATCH: CCTV reveals Meerut cops planted pistol in teacher's bike to later arrest him

In UP’s Meerut, police arrested a teacher named Ankit Tyagi on charges of illegally keeping a gun which they only had allegedly planted in the accused person’s motorbike. Their actions were exposed after the CCTV footage emerged. SP Dehat Kamlesh Bahadur’s investigation report highlighted the constables’ error, leading SSP to reprimand two constabl...

‘This isn’t govt of India’s policy’: Jaishankar

In the wake of Canada`s allegations about India`s ‘potential’ involvement in the killing of a Khalistani separatist on its soil, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said that New Delhi conveyed to Ottawa that it is not the government of India`s policy and it is open to looking at ‘specific’ and ‘relevant’ information. “Yes, I do have a comment. I`ll share with you very frankly what we told the Canadians,” Jaishankar said during a...

Narratives peddled by international media on Manipur violence hold no ground, Mizoram’s activist tells UN

Geneva, Switzerland (ANI) Sept 28: A Christian social activist from Mizoram, Alinery Lianhlawng, told the United Nations that the narratives peddled by the international media on Manipur violence hold no ground and India’s northeast region has rich ethnic diversity. Speaking during a general debate at the 54th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Alinery said, “Being an indigenous woman from the North East of India, I have the privilege to shed light on the Manipur conflict and Government of India’s firm resolve to bring back peace and normalcy in the region”. “Manipur, with a population of 2.8 million, is home to more than 35 communities, the majority of which can be classified into three main ethnic groups- the Meiteis, the Nagas, and the Kukis. Geographically, the state can be divided into two parts-Imphal valley and hill areas”, she said in her intervention. The valley accounts for just over 11% of the area but is home to 57% of the total population, mainly Meitei. The hill areas are dominated by Naga and Kuki tribes and comprise 43% of the state’s population. Alinery said that the present conflict needs to be seen through the prism of complex ethnic relationships. One of the main reasons for this conflict is over land rights, controls, and ownership of land between the two communities. “Therefore, as the narratives peddled by international Media have been that the Manipur conflict is of religious nature holds no ground”, she added.

Taiwan unveils first domestically built submarine as China threat grows

Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine on Thursday, a major step in a project aimed at strengthening the island’s defence and deterrence against the Chinese navy, though it won’t enter service for another two years.

Manipur violence: Tensions over death of 2 students; Home Ministry sends Srinagar top cop to Manipur

India's northern east state of Manipur continues to make headlines - now, hundreds of students clashed with Manipur security forces after the pictures of bodies of two teenage students surfaced online. Meanwhile, India's Home Ministry repatriated a

Kashmiri female activist busts Pakistan’s propaganda on Kashmir at UNHRC

Geneva (Switzerland), Sept 28 (ANI): A female activist from Kashmir valley has shown mirror to Pakistan and busted its malicious propaganda at the 54th Session of UN Human Rights Council Session in Geneva on September 27. Tasleema Akhtar, a socio-political activist said in her intervention that being a native of Jammu and Kashmir she would like to bring forth the stark developmental differences between the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir that is JK UT and Pakistan-occupied Jammu Kashmir (PoJK).

Prepare for G20 virtual summit in November: PM Modi’s key aide to officials

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister’s principal secretary P K Mishra on Wednesday reviewed the G20 Summit outcome and asked officials to prepare for the virtual summit of the bloc in November, just before India’s presidency ends. He also asked ministries to prepare the action plan for outreach to the African Union, which has been included in the G20 because ...

CRPF increases force strength in Manipur by 800 personnel

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has increased its presence in Manipur, with 800 additional personnel deployed last week. The CRPF, along with its anti-riot force the Rapid Action Force (RAF), is working under the command of the state police to handle law and order in the region.

Pakistan: Nine killed as rocket launcher's shell explodes at house in Sindh

A rocket launcher's shell exploded at a house in Kashmore's Mehwal Shah area in Sindh province of Pakistan, killing nine people, including five children. The incident occurred when the children found a rocket while playing and brought it home. The Sindh Chief Minister has taken notice of the incident and asked for a report on how the rocket launcher reached the area. An investigation into the incident is being launched.

India Canada Row LIVE Updates: Jaishankar-Blinken meeting to address India-Canada diplomatic tensions

India Canada Row LIVE: EAM Jaishankar to meet US Secretary Blinken amid India-Canada diplomatic row

Woman's hand amputated, Tamil Nadu minister denies medical negligence allegations

Tamil Nadu Health Minister Ma Subramanian denied medical negligence allegations after family members of a woman whose hand was amputated hours after she had undergone an angiogram at a government hospital in Chennai.

Nagorno-Karabakh will cease to exist from January 1, declares top separatist leader

On September 20, a 24-hour ceasefire halted ongoing hostilities. Subsequently, Azerbaijan and Karabakh authorities initiated discussions about the enclave's integration into Azerbaijan.

Vietnam: Climate activist sentenced to 3 years in prison for tax fraud

A court in Ho Chi Minh City handed down a 3-year prison sentence to leading climate activist Hoang Thi Minh Hong on charges of dodging taxes during the time she ran a climate non-profit group called Change.

Remains of Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew who was missing for 3 years found after charges against husband were dropped

Suzanne Morphew's remains were positively identified by the El Paso County Coroner on Wednesday, September 27

Amid wide anger over student suicides, France promises to root out school bullies

The French government responded to growing nationwide concern about recent suicides of children whose families say they were bullied online or at school.

Pulwama terror attack investigator Rakesh Balwal transferred to parent cadre Manipur

Balwal was on deputation to the NIA for three-and-half years as superintendent of police and was serving as Srinagar's senior superintendent of police. NEW DELHI: The Centre has rushed senior IPS officer Rakesh Balwal from Jammu and Kashmir to Manipur amid fresh violence in the northeastern state. Balwal, a 2012 batch IPS officer serving as Srinagar senior superintendent of police (SSP), has been transferred to his parent cadre Manipur where the...

MP Police Nabs Inter-State Illegal Arms Smuggling Group In Dhar

har Police raided an illegal weapons factory on September 27 and busted a gang involved in inter-state illegal arms smuggling, and arrested three people.

Gangster Sukha's gang exposed! Names of 17 operatives surfaced

India Canada Tension: Amidst India-Canada tension, a big revelation has been made on gangster Sukha's gang. A big revelation has been made on Sukha's gang in which the names of 17 operatives have come to light.

'Misusing taxpayers' money': Adhir Ranjan slams Mamata's recent trip to Spain

Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Wednesday alleged that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's recent trip abroad was nothing but a vacation, misusing the taxpayers' money on the pretext of attracting investment to the state.

Anant Chaturdashi: Visarjan Processions Begin in Mumbai; Massive Police Deployment, Traffic Curbs in City

As the 10-day long festival of Ganesh Chaturthi comes to an end on Thursday, Mumbai Police has put in place heavy security arrangements and issued traffic advisory for the final Ganpati visarjan day. Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department has issued a Yellow alert for Mumbai for Thursday. Mumbai Police has deployed 19,000 personnel, including officers to prevent any untoward incident from taking place. Police personnel include 16,250...

Russia conducts bombing once again in Donetsk!

Russia Vs Ukraine War Update: Russia has once again bombed amid the Russia-Ukraine war. During this period many houses have been destroyed and one person has been injured.

Plastic pollution: Cub with a gumboot toy raises alarm

A tiger cub, about 15 months old, playing with a gumboot in the Nimdhela tourism zone of Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra on Tuesday has made forest officials worry over the presence of rubber or plastic objects. The gumboot must have been of a labourer engaged in wildlife management work in the area, said Kushagra Pathak, deputy directo...

Tension along Assam-Meghalaya border

GUWAHATI: Tension persisted along the Assam-Meghalaya inter state border on Wednesday, the day after Karbi villagers of West Karbi Anglong district and Pnar tribal people of Meghalaya’s West Jaintia Hills district clashed using traditional weapons such as bows and arrows, reports Prabin Kalita.Videos of Tuesday’s confrontations went viral on social...

Case against spa owner for thrashing, assaulting woman in Gujarat's Ahmedabad

A case was registered against Mohsin, the owner of Galaxy Spa in Ahmedabad, for brutally assaulting a woman, as a viral video of the attack ignited widespread outrage.

Manipur: 5 weapons, war like stores recovered by security forces in Churachandpur district

At least 5 sophisticated weapons, 7 improvised mortars and war like stores were recovered during joint combing operations by Assam Rifles and Manipur Police in violence-affected Manipur.

Kerala News LIVE: IMD predicts isolated rainfall; Yellow alert in 9 districts today

8.21 AM: Karuvannur bank fraud: CPM leader P R Aravindakshan's interrogation to continue today The interrogation of PR Aravindakshan in the Karuvannur black money case will continue today. ED is trying to trace those responsible for the scam. Kerala Bank Vice President MK Kannan will be questioned tomorrow. 8.19 AM: Palakkad youths death: Accused remanded for 14 days The accused in the death of Palakkad youths was produced in the Ottappalam...

Teacher killed, 47 students hurt in Chandahandi ghat road accident

Fire services personnel and police also arrived on the spot and rushed the injured to Jharigaon Community Health Centre. UMERKOTE: A schoolteacher was killed and around 47 students sustained injuries after the private bus in which they were travelling overturned at Chandahandi ghat in Nabarangpur district on Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Prabhas Jena, a physical education teacher (PET) at Swami Vivekananda High School in Umerkote....

Philadelphia looting: Over 50 arrested as mobs of masked young people ransack Apple, Lululemon stores; clips go viral

On Wednesday, several people faced criminal charges after a night of social media-fueled uproar in which groups of thieves, apparently working together, smashed their way into retail stores in several areas of Philadelphia, stuffing plastic bags with merchandise and fleeing

US Ambassador Eric Garcetti hands over passport to one millionth visa holder in Delhi. Watch

Handing over the passport, Garcetti said, “… this year we are so proud… we have processed over 1 million visa applications.”