Operations

  • Heavy rains affecting rescue operation: Shivaji Rao Patil 1 hour 45 minutes ago

    In an interview with CNN-IBN, Shiv Sena MP Shivaji Rao Patil said that heavy rains were affecting rescue operations. 40 houses had come under the landslide. He informed that they would soon be meeting the Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking compensation. ...
  • News 360: A CRPF soldier turns whistleblower June 26, 2014

    In shocking revelations, a CRPF commando of the elite CoBRA battalion, Sujoy Mandal has told CNN-IBN how Standard Operating Procedures were flouted in a botched up anti-Naxal operation. When the commando questioned why SOP was not being followed, the Deputy Commandant dismissed his apprehensions. ...
  • India @ 9 with Bhupendra Chaubey June 6, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Bhupendra Chaubey on India @ 9. ...
  • News 360: Delhi burns at 47 degrees, hottest day in 19 years June 6, 2014

    North India is reeling under a severe heat wave. On Friday the National Capital recorded a maximum temperature of 47 degree Celsius. However, Monsoons have hit Kerala. It is also likely to rain in Maharashtra and West Bengal in the next 48 hours. ...
  • 'Will take action against perpetrators of Golden temple clashes' June 6, 2014

    Sri Akal Takht member Giani Gurbachan Singh said that many people were injured in the clashes in the Golden Temple. Some anti-social forces sparked the violence. "We will investigate the case and take strict action against the perpetrators," he added. Earlier in the day, clashes broke out within the Golden...
  • Amarinder Singh condemns Golden Temple clashes, says SGPC must act responsibly June 6, 2014

    Congress leader Amarinder Singh said, "Such incidents should not have happened and it is the duty of SGPC to ensure the security of the temple." Earlier in the day, clashes broke out within the Golden Temple premises between two groups on the 30th anniversary of Operation Blue Star. ...
  • What happened is unfortunate, but police shouldn't enter Golden Temple: SAD MP on clashes June 6, 2014

    Fifteen people have been detained after clashes broke out in the Golden Temple during a ceremony to mark the 30th anniversary of Operation Blue Star. Clashes broke out between the Golden Temple task force workers and supporters of the SAD (Amritsar) MP Simranjeet Singh Mann. ...
  • Cobrapost sting reveals Aadhaar documents forged for non-Indians March 25, 2014

    A Cobrapost sting operation has caught several Aadhar (UIDAI) project officers off guard. The officers have been caught on camera offering to forge documents. The expose shows how citizens of Nepal and Bangladesh are offered Aadhaar cards without identity proof. The sting reveals that even MLAs and gazetted officers sign...
  • SGPC condemns Britain's role in Operation Bluestar February 5, 2014

    Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee chief Avtar Singh Makkar on Wednesday condemned the recent revelations about Britain's advisory role in Operation Bluestar. "The Sikh community never expected this from a country that is popular for human rights," he said. ...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai February 4, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • Not aware of any advice by UK on Operation Bluestar: Lt Gen Brar February 4, 2014

    Reacting to the British statement on Operation Bluestar, Retired Lieutenant General Kuldeep Brar said, "I am not aware of any advice by UK govt to India on Operation Bluestar. UK played no role "limited" or otherwise in Operation Blue Star. I came into the picture on June 1, 1984." ...
  • News 360: 3 Ugandan women file complaint over sex trade, DCW steps in February 4, 2014

    The issue of drug trafficking and prostitution at Khirki Extension has come to the fore once again after a CNN-IBN investigation exposed that Ugandan women were being pushed into sex trade. Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Barkha Singh on Tuesday wrote a letter to the Delhi Police Commissioner asking him...
  • The Last Word: What should we make of the UK file on Operation Bluestar? January 16, 2014

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has promised a swift investigation into claims of Britain's alleged covert involvement in Operation Bluestar. The British government said it will probe claims that a special force officer helped Indira Gandhi's plan the Operation at the Golden Temple in 1984. But Lt General Brar, who...
  • Operation Bluestar: David Cameron promises swift investigation January 16, 2014

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has promised a swift investigation into claims of Britain's alleged covert involvement in Operation Bluestar. The British government said it will probe claims that a special force officer helped Indira Gandhi's plan the Operation at the Golden Temple in 1984. But Lt General Brar, who...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai January 14, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • Lt General Brar rubbishes UK involvement in planning Operation Bluestar January 14, 2014

    Lt Gen (Retd) KS Brar, who led the offensive, rubbished charges that British special forces were involved in planning attack on Golden Temple in 1984. He said that Operation Bluestar was planned and executed by Indian military commanders. ...
  • India-UK ties were 'bad during Operation Bluestar', says former BBC bureau chief Mark Tully January 14, 2014

    Operation Bluestar has come back to haunt the Congress after 30 years. Declassfied British documents reveal that the Prime Minister Indira Gandhi asked for Britain's help to deal with the raid on the Golden Temple. ...
  • Government should come clean on UK's help during Operation Bluestar: Arun Jaitley January 14, 2014

    A Sikh member of the House of Lords in London has claimed that recently released top secret documents suggest former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's government helped Indira Gandhi plan the storming of the Golden Temple in 1984. ...
  • UK to probe Thatcher's association with Operation Bluestar January 14, 2014

    British Prime Minister David Cameroon has directed his Cabinet to investigate the claims that Margaret Thatcher's government may have helped Indira Gandhi plan the storming of the Golden Temple 1984. A Sikh member of the House of Lords in London has claimed that recently released top secret documents suggest that...
  • AAP stands by its candidates, requests EC to investigate the case November 23, 2013

    A day after a sting operation allegedly showed its candidates accepting funds, the AAP has decided to stand by its candidates, requesting the EC instead to investigate the matter. It has also threatened to take the CEO of Media Sarkar - Anuranjan Jha and media channels to court for defamation. ...
  • Dhanbad: 4 miners feared dead, 6 trapped inside BCCL colliery November 11, 2013

    At least four people are feared to have died in Dhanbad, Jharkhand after being trapped inside a colliery of Bharat Cooking Coal Limited (BCCL) on Monday. Six other miners are believed to be still inside the Bharat Coking coal colliery. Rescue operations are on and 164 miners have been rescued...
  • Started rescue work even before cyclone Phailin hit AP coast: NDRF October 13, 2013

    After the Srikakulam coast in Andhra Pradesh was hit by cyclone Phailin on Saturday night, the NDRF teams reached the spot and started the rescue work. The teams had, however, started the rescue operations much before the cyclone hit the coast. A NDRF official said, "The situation was very serious,...
  • The Last Word: What exactly is happening on LoC and what does this reveal about Pak as well as India's state of preparedness? October 8, 2013

    The Indian Army on Tuesday called off the 15-day long Keran operation, saying the area has been cleared of the infiltrators backed by Pakistan. The Army Chief General Bikram Singh blamed Pakistani Army of being behind the attempts by the terrorists to enter India. Singh said that it is not...
  • Has UPA's Pakistan policy been proved ineffective? October 8, 2013

    Even as the Keran operations got over on October 8, almost 15 days after a large group of terrorists tried to cross the Line of Control and infiltrate into India, Army Chief General Bikram Singh blamed Pakistani Army of being behind the attempts by the terrorists to enter India. ...
  • J&K: Keran operations over, Army calls it a desperate infiltration bid October 8, 2013

    The Keran gunbattle between the Army and the terrorists is finally over after 15 days. The Army has called it a desperate infiltration bid but have denied that it was an intrusion. However, it has said that the Pakistan Army must be complicit in the infiltration bid. ...
  • Watch: Guns fall silent in Shala Bato, Army's Keran operations over October 8, 2013

    The Indian Army on Tuesday called off the 15-day long Keran operation, saying the area has been cleared of the infiltrators backed by Pakistan. ...
  • Govt should have kept quiet on reports of covert operations: Jaitley September 25, 2013

    Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley said the government should have kept quiet on the reports of the covert operations. There were reports that former Army chief General VK Singh had diverted secret funds to pay Jammu and Kashmir ministers to destabilise the state government. Jaitley said,...
  • Dramatic rescue: IAF airlifts crashed Pawan Hans helicopter in Uttarakhand September 4, 2013

    The Indian Air Force did a dramatic rescue operation by airlifting a Pawan Hans helicopter which had crashed in the state earlier. ...
  • Opponents rattled by Modi's elevation within the party: BJP on sting operation CD, Vanzara letter September 4, 2013

    BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu said, I don't think Vanzara has made any comment against Narendra Modi personally. He might have spoken out of frustration." ...
  • The Last Word: What should the government do to tackle the rupee crisis? August 20, 2013

    The carnage on the Dalal Street continued on Tuesday with the Rupee opening at its all time low of 64.11. It however recovered by the end of the day's trade and closed at 63.25 to the dollar. This is an all time closing low for the rupee. ...