Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina: At this sad moment, we stand by the people and govt of India. We offer was condolences to the members of the families who lost their dear ones. Our thoughts and prayers are speedy recovery of those who got injured.

Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industries has announced a peaceful Jammu Bandh tomorrow (February 15) as a protest against the killing of CRPF Jawans in Pulwama.

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis: The discussion with Shiv Sena chief was positive & some questions related to the general public and farmers were kept before us to which we have given a positive response. I feel very soon we will take a unanimous decision and reach a conclusion.

Gujarat: Congress Working Committee Meeting to Be Held on 26th February in Ahmedabad.

Pulwama Attack: Home Minister Rajnath Singh meets Special DIB, talks to IB Director and NSA Ajit Doval.

PM Modi: Spoke to Home Minister Rajnath Singh Ji and other top officials regarding the situation in the wake of the attack in Pulwama.

Former IRS (IT)-1980 officer Sushil Chandra appointed as Election Commissioner.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a public rally in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand through mobile phone; due to bad weather PM Modi couldn't reach the rally venue.

Pulwama: IED Blast Followed by Gunshots in Goripora Area of Awantipora. CRPF vehicle attacked by militants on Srinagar-Jammu National highway, forces rushed to the area.

Gujarat: A Woman Kisses Congress President Rahul Gandhi During a Rally in Valsad.

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New Delhi, February 14: With the controversy over the pricing and acquisition of Rafale fighter jets from France by the Bharatiya Janata Party still making a point of discussion of political debate, two Rafale jets arrived in Bengaluru on Wednesday to participate in the Aero India show. As per the reports, three Rafale jets will participate in the Aero India show in Bengaluru between February 20-24. Two of the fighters will be used for flying exercises and the third for static display, reports said.

The Trump Administration’s Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross who was scheduled to visit New Delhi on February 14 has cancelled his trip. The reason provided for the cancellation at the last minute was ‘inclement weather and logistical issues.’

The Lok Sabha elections are just months away, and the Congress is in no mood to leave the BJP-led on the last day of the Parliamentary Session. In a bid to take a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 2014 poll promise, Congress leaders from Punjab arrived in the national capital with fake cheques of Rs 15 lakh and asked the Union government when it will be credited into the account of poor people of India.

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