US special envoy suggests next phases will be about intra-Afghan dialogue and ceasefire.
Says "there are better ways of dealing with issues relating to implementation than resorting to unilateral suspension".
More than 27,000 schools and colleges have been ordered to form five-member committees to prevent sexual violence.
Teenager had refused to drop sexual harassment charges against her Islamic school principal.
Around 200 such women moved across the Line of Control under the ‘surrender policy’ of 2011.
Rightwing extremist Pragya Thakur, who is out on bail on terror charges in Malegaon blast case, made BJP candidate.
The IAF pilot went on leave mid-March after agencies completed a 2-week debriefing after his return from Pakistan.
Afghan Taliban deny involvement in the attack, which left four civilians and three police officers dead.
Ali Muhammad Khan expresses hope that the hospital would be a "substantial contribution" to Afghanistan's health sector.
A fine of $29,000 each was imposed on Pandya who boasted about sexual conquests and Rahul who appeared alongside him.
Interior Ministry spokesman confirms gunfire around the ministry of communications and information technology.
Court orders for prisoner to be removed from "the direct or indirect supervision of jail superintendent Rajesh Chauhan".
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Pawan Kumar says he became confused by the symbols on the electronic voting machine and voted for the wrong party.
Police say one of the 17 people arrested accused the school's principal of ordering the attack.
Traders say "India wants to create a famine-like situation to force Kashmiris into giving up their legitimate struggle."
ISPR chief happy over Indian foreign minister’s statement on Balakot attack.
Ferdous Ahmed apologises, says he respects Indian law and foreigners shouldn't take part in other countries' elections.
Zalmay Khalilzad says it is time for the militants to heed peace calls and cease fire.
Tens of thousands of security forces have poured into the region ahead of Thursday’s vote.
Women were excluded from the job loss estimates.