Pakistan foreign office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said on Thursday that the Indian request is under consideration.
The Wire Staff
Vinod Dua discusses reports of EVM manipulation in Uttar Pradesh and allegations of foul play in the December 2014 death of judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya.
Bhowmick was shot dead on Tuesday by a Tripura State Rifles trooper during an altercation.
Will Emmerson Mnangagwa, a ruthless leader who carried out Mugabe’s policies for nearly four decades, turn out to be a better leader than his predecessor?
Himanta Biswa Sarma defended his comment saying he was citing “Hindu philosophy”.
Members of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement claimed the Indian defence ministry’s move was a “huge blow” to the Israeli military industry.
Vinod Dua discusses the Modi meme posted by the youth wing of the Congress and the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
Defying the administration, school teachers have refused to implement administration’s order to photograph people defecating in the open.
Sources claim that a Bill to end the practice will be introduced in the winter session of the parliament.
Though the meme was removed soon after it was put out, BJP leaders lost no time in demanding to know if the move had the party’s leadership’s support.
The Dhaka Lit Fest said the purpose of its statement was “to keep the news of this unfolding situation at the forefront of global consciousness”.
Family of Deceased Judge Claims He Was Offered Rs 100 Crore for ‘Favourable Order’ in Amit Shah Case
The late judge’s sister says in an interview to Caravan magazine that the then chief justice of the Bombay high court also offered her brother a house in Mumbai.
Vinod Dua discusses dynastic politics across parties in India and protests by workers and farmers against the Modi government.
Through the campaign, survivors are making five demands to Prime Minister Modi and Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
Sudip Datta Bhaumik worked with Syandan Patrika and local television channel Venguard.
Adityanath claimed the filmmaker was in the habit of “playing with public sentiments”.
The information broadcasting ministry had earlier removed S Durga, as well as Nude, from the festival’s line up despite the jury choosing them.
The saffron party received Rs 80.45 crore as donations in the state between 2011-12 and 2015-16.
Rai asked everyone to be proud of Modi’s achievements.
Judge who took over the case discharged BJP president Amit Shah without a trial and the CBI has yet to appeal that order.
A House panel had called out the government on its flawed understanding of transgender persons and asked it to promote and safeguard the rights of the marginalised community.
The Congress’s organisational poll results will be declared on December 19, a day after Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh poll outcomes come in.
“On the basis of law, we have decided that Kairana-like incidents won’t happen again,” the Uttar Pradesh chief minister said in Lucknow.
J.P. Singh allegedly accepted “huge bribes” from hawala operators as well as bookies while investigating the Surat hawala racket and IPL betting cases.
The delay comes after the CBFC sent the film back because the forms were ‘incomplete’ and the makers and actors of the film faced numerous threats of violence.
The films were “removed without any intimation, discussion or recourse to the jury which has the final say according to the Indian Panorama regulations”, they said.
“The novel is impressive for its intensity and rich detail, and for exploring the tragic heart of war with such quiet eloquence.”
Maya Mirchandani interviews former additional secretary in the cabinet secretariat and president of the Centre for China Analysis and Strategy Jayadeva Ranade about his new book, ‘Xi Jinping’s China’.
Gogoi has been in jail since September 13 and has been charged under the National Security Act.
The actor criticised the government for not condemning those making open threats of violence.
With reports of foreign diplomats leaving Delhi, the Dominican Republic’s ambassador to India met with MEA officials on Friday to share their diplomatic community’s concerns.
The defence minister clarified that not “a single procedure was violated” during the purchase and that when the Modi government came to power, “the situation was grim” and that it had “to move forward fast”.
In an open letter, Mevani has alleged that the controversy was a conspiracy against Patel, a strong challenger to the BJP government in Gujarat.
Vinod Dua discusses the politics of credit ratings and PM Modi’s statement on the National Press Day.
The Registrar General of India has sought permission from the Supreme Court to push the deadline for updating the National Register of Citizens in Assam to July 31 2018.
“If you vote for us, you will be better off. If you don’t vote for us, the difficulties will become obvious to you.”
Vinod Dua discusses allegations of corruption in the Rafale deal and lack of access to sanitation in India.
The blank editorial, published on National Press Day, highlights the grave threat posed by state government’s ‘black law’ to journalism.
The state government’s letter also says that the censor board should take into account “people’s views” while making a decision on the film.
Her husband was allegedly denied ration because she could not go along with him to provide her biometrics at the ration shop.