Special MCOCA Judge Shrikant Anekar delivered the verdict after final arguments in the case concluded recently following a ten-year-long wait.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh's visit to Pakistan will be the first by a senior Indian leader after the Pathankot attack on January 2.
The highway that was closed on Wednesday was opened for movement of small vehicles on Thursday morning, officials said.
US President Barack Obama on Wednesday night made a fervent appeal for Hillary Clinton, casting the Democratic nominee as a custodian of his legacy.
"Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. Let's see if that happens," Trump said.
US Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday as he launched an unprecedented scathing attack to prevent the real estate billionaire to enter the White House next January.
"Welcome to Barca, Andre. Very happy to have you with us and certain that success will follow," club president Bartomeu tweeted.
The 29-year-old, who has worked with a sports psychologist, writes down important aspects of his game-plan and sprinkles in inspirational reminders of his qualities.
The first leg had been drawn 1-1 last week, and Miguel Borja scored in the ninth minute itself to give the hosts a lead that they wouldn't relinquish in their Atanasio Girardot stadium.
The strike on Friday is called against the central government's banking policies.
Weakness in the Dollar against other currencies overseas and higher opening of domestic equity markets supported the domestic currency.
It was pointed out to the ministers that certain airlines in the recent past have stopped services to some smaller airports citing lack of revenue.
Irom Chanu Sharmila has spoken of contesting the next elections as an independent, hopefully she will not be 'hijacked' then 'dumped' by the established parties.
After total confusion throughout the night, President Erdogan announced a little before sunrise that the coup attempt had failed. Around 300 people had lost their lives.
With the resignation of KP Sharma Oli, whose dealings with India were less than cordial, the President has left it to the parties to decide on a consensus candidate for the PM’s office.
The NDMC sought permission to buy new diesel trucks.
They beat up auto drivers for not participating in the strike.
Deputy CM Sisodia reviewed dengue preparedness measures.
The writer died following a cardiac arrest and multi-organ failure
HC told the petitioner to file an application as to what relief he is seeking.
Strict instructions have given to the hospital authorities.
The surrender is seen as a major boost to the anti-Maoist operation in the state.
Model police stations will effectively implement CCTNS.
Over 25 had been afflicted in Jagatpur area of Cuttack.
A new book introduces the picturesque Kangra Valley through a train journey and paintings.
Indian Air force has inducted its first ever batch of lady fighter pilots.
Avid fans are leaving no stone unturned to welcome the much anticipated eighth saga.
The tips are non-messy and safest way to remove makeup.
Relish coriander in the form of tangy chutney.
Everything you wear reveals a lot about your personality.
It is wrong to say that international courts and tribunals are only for small powers.
An evening presented by male dancers set the stage on fire.
The actor shared a collage of four images.
The filmmaker said there were no technical limitations.
The two are still on good terms and spend time together.
Suspected Maoists triggered an explosion on Visakhapatnam-Raipur railway line in Rayagada district early today, injuring one person and blowing up a portion of track that led to disruption of train services on the route.
The blast triggered in the wee hours by a low intensity improvised explosive device (IED) damaged about one metre of track at Munikhol near Muniguda Railway Station, Rayagada SP K Sibasubramani said.
A railway gangman, identified as Hari Mirdha, sustained minor injury in the incident, a Railway Protection Force (RPF) official said.
Bomb disposal squad visited the site of the blast, suspected to have been carried out by Maoists, the SP said adding that investigation was on.
Rail services on the route were disrupted for sometime and about half a dozen trains were stranded at Kesinga, Muniguda and Rayagada railway stations.
In a banner found from the site, Vansadhara-Nagabali and Ghumusar division of banned CPI (Maoist) claimed responsibility for the blast saying they were opposed to the forthcoming India visit of US President Barack Obama, police officials said.
Railway officials swung into action to restore train services on the route.