BJP's ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’ campaign is visible in the way the party is working on the ground against not only Congress MPs but also those who will be key members of Team Rahul Gandhi.
The Yogi Adityanath government is probing everything done by the Akhilesh government—from appointments through UP Public Service Commission to construction of graveyards.
The central government wants legislation to regulate the currency to stop it from aiding unaccounted transactions.
The number of C-section deliveries has been increasing since 2011 in Delhi’s private hospitals, according to the reply to a RTI query, which has exposed several labour room intrigues.
Lack of clarity on the NDA government’s flagship scheme Beti Bachao Beti Padhao to save the girl child have led to a battle between the Centre and the Delhi government.
There are many matters of national significance including the euthanasia issue and decriminalisation of homosexuality, which are all long-pending.
37,000 shell companies have come under the scanner since demonetisation, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a public function on July 1.
Prevailing mood of boycotting Chinese items due to the ongoing tension between India and China and confusion over GST have led to about 40-50% drop in booking of Chinese items this year.
The BJP's move to nominate Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu as NDA’s vice-presidential candidate seems to be aimed at realising its long-cherished dream of capturing the Telugu land.
Actor P Subbaraju is learnt to have named 15 personalities of the industry, including two top actors and children of a veteran actor who were involved in it
After superstar Rajinikanth’s appeal to people to be prepared for a kranti in politics, another Kollywood titan Kamal Haasan seems to be following a similar strategy.
Anamika Ray had to her credit more than 10 books, 30 research papers, and some 100 articles in national and international platforms.
Thanks to abject poverty, residents of adjoining villages have declined from marrying off their daughters to the bachelors of this hamlet.
The National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS) has proposed to digitise the only brain museum in the country.
Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik talks to Namita Bajpai about his three years in the state, his dream of seeing it turn into Uttam Pradesh and challenges he faced with the SP government.
UPA’s Vice-Presidential candidate, Gopalkrishna Gandhi talks to Sana Shakil about the elections, supporting Yakub Memon’s mercy petition and how he is not banking on his grandfather’s name alone.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh talks to Ejaz Kaiser about how the state, once the worst affected by Maoist violence and labelled “bimaru” (sick), is now called a “land of opportunities”.
Amid the raging Parappana Agrahara Central Prison controversy, complaints of brutal assault on prisoners, including on their private parts, for disclosing information to former Deputy Inspector General of Police D Roopa, have surfaced.
After Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan scuttled the Ken-Betwa water riverlinking project, the PMO has asked him to sort out issues with the water ministry whom he left high and dry at the eleventh hour.
According to officials privy to the development, Boeing, which manufactures army helicopters, will start delivering from early next year, and all 22 machines will be handed over to IAF in a time span of nine months.
Following years of government reluctance to maintain it, the heirless Tataguni Estate—once home to Indian cinema’s first lady Devika Rani and her husband Dr Svetoslav Roerich, famous Russian artist, is springing back to life.
Following the recent surge in incidents of vandalism and hooliganism by student groups, the Delhi University (DU) has decided to install CCTV cameras across its North and South campuses.
Festivals in Kerala are spectacular with caparisoned elephants, percussion rhythm and fireworks. But when it comes to elephant care, Kerala’s record is pathetic.
To boost party morale after recent poll losses, the Delhi CM is taking one-to-one feedback from citizens from meeting them at his residence to talking to them in public spots lie ice cream parlours.
Punjab’s Local Bodies Department is likely to put a tax of `60 per cable connection in the state, in order to bring the cable operators in the state under the ambit of the government.
Sometime in March 2015, the Ministry of Home Affairs received the draft of ‘Right to Privacy Bill’. Although the legislation was hanging in balance, North Block was against the straightforward expression of the issue.
It’s the month of shravan, and the children of Shiva are on the move to take the sacred waters of the Ganga to their myriad temples at home.
With Independence Day high on its agenda, Delhi Police has sent a list of do’s and don’ts for the Central Armed Police Forces.
For the first time since Adam bit into Eve’s apple, men will have to share the burden of family planning in India.
Truth be told, Amar Sah, the director of Do Paise Ki Jannat, a political satire that brazenly talks of his views of brutality of bureaucracy, knows he’s not going to be in the good books of many peop