Headley, who is serving a 35-year prison term, in his testimony had said ISI officers helped plot Mumbai attack.
The Congress leader asserted that in order to maintain India's soft power, the larger idea of India needs to be sustained.
The participants presented brief accounts of their work in remote, rural, tribal areas affected by Left extremism.
The UN Security Council has strongly condemned North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket, which put into space the satellite Kwangmyongsong-4.
The blockade was lifted on Friday when locals removed barriers put on the Friendship Bridge by the protesters.
Parliament chairman Mann Win Khaing Than announced that the upper house, the lower House and the military will have to select one candidate each.
Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, London and Somerset in England will be hosting the women's 2017 World Cup matches.
Robert Fernandez insists the striker Neymar has the backing of the Catalan club and renewal of his contract is soon to be wrapped up.
The compound trio of Purvasha Shende, Jyoti Vennam and Lily Chanu downed their opponents from Bangladesh 228-217 in the final.
TRAI chairman RS Sharma said: "No service provider shall charge differential charges based on source, destination, application and content."
'Foreign direct investment in India has been growing around 48% despite the global economic slowdown.'
Axis Bank registered the biggest gain In the Sensex-30 pack with a jump of 4.3 per cent while Tata Motors became the top loser with a dip of 3.9 per cent.
In its anxiety to ensure that ‘now all are free to join the election process’, the Bihar cabinet has decided to delete the ‘toilet must’ clause in the 2006 legislation.
The assembly in itself would have been impressive. Yet the UN was straining every nerve to convene the meeting amidst the alarums within.
Abolishing several central, state taxes and replacing them by one single tax will mitigate the problem of double taxation.
Advertisements have been put up at Metro stations by a religious group.
The decision followed the magistrate's report.
The court had stayed the govt circular that scrapped management quota.
The CM said no politics would be tolerated on this issue.
The CM said increase of duty on life-saving drugs must be addressed.
They were travelling in an SUV which had a reportedly fake Defence Ministry sticker.
The partnership is based on PPP model.
A symposium was organised by Bhasha Suraksha Sammilani on the Odia language.
The issue of ration card distribution was taken up in the first meeting.
The recurring childhood memories of his mother feeding cows have transpired into sculptures of the bovine animal.
The harsh winter is no more an impediment to a great holiday.
British student Razan was unimpressed when she first met Ahmad, a doctor from Syria.
The shirt has an ultra-fine and flexible sensor.
The ad shows best friends turning to be ‘love-struck’.
Omega-3 fatty acid plays a critical role in brain growth.
A colleague recalls the teenage thrill of travelling on a double-decker bus that was far more gripping than any other form of transport.
The media needs to walk the talk vis-a-vis the role of the military and security forces.
The annual art exhibition of Rabindra Bharati University was inaugurated at the ICCR.
The actor was the captain of the Blue Team.
Will Jon Snow make it back from the ring of death?
The actress was always a shy Cancerian child.
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Kuala Lumpur, 9 March: Authorities here today said they were looking into the possibility of an air turn back by the missing Malaysia Airlines plane that suddenly disappeared from radar with 239 people on board.
“We are also looking into the possibility of an air turn back that could have been undertaken by the missing plane,” according to a top official.
In an air turn back, a plane returns to its airport of origin as a result of a malfunction in the aircraft.
Air force chief Rodzali Daud said the investigation was now focusing on a recording of radar signals that showed there was a possibility that the Boeing 777-200 Flight MH370 had turned back from its flight path.
A massive multinational search operation continued today for the second day to locate the missing plane, as authorities feared the worst for the aircraft that went missing over the south China Sea en route to Beijing from here.
Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, China and the USA have deployed a total of 22 aircraft and 40 ships to the area, besides Vietnam's fleet.
“The search and rescue teams are still unable to detect the whereabouts of the missing aircraft,” Malaysia airlines said in a statement.
The weather was fine, the aircraft was cruising and the pilots did not get time to send a distress signal unusual circumstance for a modern plane to crash, experts said.
The list of passengers on board includes 154 Chinese, 38 Malaysians, 7 Indonesians, 6 Australians, 5 Indians, 4 Americans and 2 Canadians.
“The Boeing 777-200 did not transmit any abnormalities before the ground control centre in Subang lost contact with it,” department of civil aviation director-general Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said.
Mr Rahman said the plane had disappeared from radar detection at about 1.30a.m, roughly an hour after it took off from Kuala Lumpur international airport on Friday.