4-Year-Old Girl Raped in Delhi, Injuries Horrifying, Say Doctors

4-Year-Old Girl Raped in Delhi, Injuries Horrifying, Say Doctors

New Delhi A four-year-old raped in Delhi has sustained injuries reminiscent of the December 16, 2012, rape case, doctors have said. With extensive damages in her intestines and private parts, apart from bruises and bites all over her body, she will need a series of surgeries over six months to completely recover, they said. The


Anti-Emergency movement strengthened Indian democracy: PM Modi

Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that anti-Emergency movement had strengthened Indian democracy. Speaking on the occasion of Jayaprakash Narayan’s 113th birth anniversary in the national capital the PM said, “We need not cry while remembering Emergency. Lets talk about how the anti-Emergency movement strengthened democracy.” “JP Movement, Navnirman Movement, Emergency, they gave


62 Jet, AI pilots board IndiGo

NEW DELHI As many as 62 pilots of Jet Airways and Air India have flown out of the two airlines in a little over one year to join other carriers, with a majority of them boarding the Rahul Bhatia-promoted IndiGo. While private carrier Jet Airways has lost 30 pilots in 15 months to budget carrier


Anna Hazare receives threat letter

Social activist Anna Hazare on Saturday received an anonymous threat letter in Sikar following which his security has been enhanced as a precautionary measure, police said. A senior police official said that an unidentified person allegedly dropped the said letter outside the place where he is staying here. Additional SP (Sikar) Prakash Kumar said that


India, Jordan agree: Need joint effort to fight terror

Talking to King Abdullah II of Jordan, during the first ever visit by an Indian president to the country, Pranab Mukherjee Saturday said India “completely identified with ideas expressed by the King” during the recent session of the United Nations General Assembly, where he underlined “respecting one another’s faith” and “being intolerant to intolerance” as


Nawaz Sharif invites Hurriyat hardliner Geelani to Pakistan

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has invited hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani to visit his country. “Geelani was handed the invitation letter from Sharif by Pakistan high commissioner in India Abdul Basit over a dinner at the latter’s residence at Tilak Marg in Delhi last night (Friday),” a spokesperson of the Geelani-led Hurriyat