Sharif agrees for negotiations; Six-member committe to be constituted for talks

Imran Khan said we can't move forward without the army

Islamabad: Buckling under the pressure of the army, Nawaz Sharif government on Monday evening agreed to hold talks with the protesters and for that a six-member committee would constituted to start negotiations. Imran Khan said we can’t move forward without the army According to reports, the committee shall comprise of Imran Khan, Tahir-ul-Qadri More...

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Led by a brigadier rank officer, the Pak rangers came in six vehicles and asked the protesters to immediately vacate the premises
By Indileak Web Desk On Monday, September 1st, 2014

Protesters storm PTV office in Islamabad, enter secretariat building; Army called

Islamabad: Anarchy gripped Pakistan with protesters laying siege of Pakistan Television office headquarters here on Monday disrupting broadcast leading PTV being taken off air. Similar scenes were witnessed in the More...

Modi and Abe "rinkindle ancient India-Japan civilisational bonds with visit to Toji temple"
By Agencies On Sunday, August 31st, 2014

Narendra Modi prays at ancient Buddhist temples in Kyoto with Shinzo Abe

Kyoto: On the second day of his Japan tour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday visited two ancient and prominent Buddhist temples here – Toji and Kinkakuji – offering prayers and mingling with the More...

This atmosphere of deceit continues unabated with Pakistan resorting to its old tactics of fighting a proxy war
By IndiLeak Bureau On Saturday, August 30th, 2014

Fierce encounter on with terrorists in Kashmir, army jawan killed

Srinagar: A day after the Border security Force (BSF) and Pakistan rangers held a flag meeting to ease out tension on the international border and the line of control (LoC), terrorists from across the border were More...

He said Modi has remained a virtual outsider "to Delhi system" and has "his own style of working"
By IANS On Friday, August 29th, 2014

Modi keeps himself informed through multiple sources: Jaitley

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi keeps himself informed through multiple sources, and has fostered a lot of decentralization in the NDA government contrary to wide perception about him centralizing power, More...

The bus was carrying passengers to Shillong from Tura
By IndiLeak Bureau On Friday, August 29th, 2014

Bus accident in Meghalaya, four dead

Shillong: In a tragic road accident in Meghalaya, a bus skided off the road and fell in a deep gorge, killing four passengers and injuring 32 other on Thursday night. The bus was carrying passengers to Shillong More...

Halder also cast aspersions on a woman who said she was raped for seven years
By IANS On Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Rapes will happen so long as Earth exists: Trinamool legislator

Kolkata: Even as the controversy surrounding Trinamool Congress parliamentarian Tapas Paul’s ‘rape and kill’ remarks is yet to subside, a party legislator has created a row by saying “rapes More...

She made the charge on Wednesday evening after learning about Karthik Gowda's engagement
By IANS On Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Railway minister’s son booked for raping actor

Bangalore: The son of Railway Minister DV Sadananda Gowda has been booked for rape and cheating following a complaint by Kannada film actor Maithreyi, police said on Thursday. The Gowdas denied the charges. She More...

If even there is prima facie evidence on this count, I will immediately quit active politics and shun public life
By IndiLeak Bureau On Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Rajnath Singh says, will quit politcs if allegations proved

New Delhi: Upset over the relentless rumours about he and his family alleged involvement in corruption, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday categorically stated that if even something prima facie is proved More...

BJP also announced its new central election committee with party president Amit Shah as its chief
By IndiLeak Bureau On Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

Advani, Joshi axed, BJP announces central parliamentary board

New Delhi: Sidelining the party veterans – LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, the BJP on Tuesday announced its central parliamentary board with party president Amit Shah as its chairperson. Advani and MM Joshi More...