The bodies of the co-pilot, Lieutenant Abhinav Nagori, and flight observer Lieutenant Kiran Shekhawat, were recovered from the fuselage of the crashed aircraft.
Addressing the UN Chiefs of Defence Conference, Gen. Dalbir Singh Suhag reiterated concerns over the inadequacy of consultations with countries deploying their forces in UN operations.
Additional district sessions judge Mayank Chouhan held the accused, Nasimuddin, guilty of using fake currency notes and sentenced him to imprisonment.
Priyantha Sirisena, 40, a businessman, was attacked owing to a personal dispute on Thursday in Polonnaruwa.
"We believe that focusing on cultivating India as a strategic ally now will pay great dividends for both nations over the long run," wrote Republican John Cornyn and Democrat Mark Warner.
US President Barack Obama spoke with Saudi King Salman, discussing recent developments in Yemen and emphasised the US support for the action taken by Saudi Arabia.
Daundre Barnaby, 24, who competed at the 2012 Olympics and at last year's Commonwealth Games, drowned after a strong current swept him out to sea as he swam with teammates.
"There are no favourites for tomorrow's game. The team that capitalises on the day, wins!" Sanjoy Sen said at the pre-match media conference.
World No.2 Saina beat Indonesia’s Hana Ramadhini 21-15, 21-12 in 40 minutes to advance to the last four stage along with Spaniard Carolina Marin.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday his visit to France, Germany and Canada is centred around supporting India's economic agenda and creating jobs.
Analysts expect the slowdown reflected in the October-December figure to extend into the first quarter of 2015 as a result of an unusually harsh winter.
Private steel major Tata Steel achieved a milestone by becoming the first Indian steel plant to produce 10 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of hot metal from a single location.
The dubious status of the All Party Hurriyat Conference has actually been enhanced as Islamabad’s diplomatic ploy “clicked”. It is because the Indian leadership has yet to display the maturity to ignore the irrelevant.
The imbroglio over the forthcoming civic elections in West Bengal is reminiscent of the kerfuffle between the state government and the State Election Commission on the eve of the panchayat elections in 2013.
Obama's parting message that India will succeed ‘as long it is not splintered along the lines of religious faith, as long it is united and one nation’ was an expression of his anguish over certain ugly developments in this country.
The allegedly demanded and accepted bribe of Rs.53,000.
They demanded a hike in their salary.
The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 35 degrees Celsius.
26 pairs will run as Superfast Jansadharan Special.
Digital ration cards have been issued.
The girl's condition was critical and she was on ventilator support.
The supplies are suspected to be done by the maoists.
The arrested crew were later remanded to jail custody.
No. of murder cases dropped marginally.
Lee Kuan Yew, former prime minister of Singapore, died on Monday at the age of 91, according to a statement released by the Prime Minister's Office.
The stunning photograph was shot by Sebastian Copeland, polar explorer, photographer and environmental advocate.
He was a wonderful brother and it was really the little things he did for my family that carried us through thick and thin.
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men.
The designer also dedicated her collection to the Indian women's hockey team.
Testing should be done early.
Jackie Chan opens out about work and more with regard to his latest epic, Dragon Blade
Orlando Parfitt previews how Fast & Furious 7 deals with Paul Walker’s death
Parchment or anything of that sort is not considered untouchable; rather, it has become a part of modern accessories in possession of almost all sections of people.
The actor is returning to films after a gap of three years.
"Spectre" is slated to hit US theatres on November 6 this year.
"My driver, Ashok Singh, was driving the car when the mishap occurred," said khan
STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE
New Delhi, 16 July
Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel deployed at more than 130 stations of Delhi Metro have helped return a large number of valuables, costly electronic gadgets, cash and jewellery to the rightful owners.
From January to 10 July this year, the CISF personnel deposited Rs 13.5 lakh in cash, Rs 12.35 lakh worth cheques, 64 laptops, 38 cameras, 268 mobile phones, four tablets and 27 gold ornaments.
"The CISF personnel deployed at stations managed to detect and locate these items in the metro premises during patrolling, search of station premises or left by passengers in a hurry, in proximity to X ray screening machines," said Mr Hemendra Singh, spokesperson of CISF.
CISF has developed a team for handling these lost or unclaimed properties. Once recovered by CISF, these items are handed over to DMRC.
"DMRC then in turn forwards these unclaimed articles to their lost and found cell at Kashmere Gate where owners can identify and claim them as per procedure which is also updated on DMRC's website of lost and found page," said Mr Singh.
On 15 May, CISF personnel at Shastri Park metro station deposited a bag containing Rs 3,80,000 found near X-BIS table which was restored to its owner.
54 members abstained from voting.
Bad weather may disrupt the rail and air traffic.
Hmar People's Convention-Democracy suspected to be behind the attacks.
Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in a tweet.
Rajya Sabha to be prorogued.
Expert expected airline to pay a smaller amount.