The bypoll results have prompted many opponents to call it the beginning of the end of BJP rule at the Centre.
With Lalu in jail, it’s his younger son who has kept the party together despite several odds
From industrialists to ordinary housewives, the farmers’ peaceful protest in Maharashtra received widespread support.
The slow progress of schemes has come under severe criticism from the Standing Committee on Urban Development.
In 2017-18, 552 children from India were adopted by foreign nationals, a rise of 10 per cent over the previous year.
According to sources, the decision to bring back Mishra was taken following intervention of PMO.
Kovind’s recent visit to Mauritius and Madagascar was part of Modi government’s bid to ramp up ties.
The committee has recommended the Legislative department to use simple terms.
The restructuring of the ministry is aimed at preparing it to be ready to deal with security challenges in the 21st century.
Scindia had advocated alliance with like-minded parties but the final decision lay with the high command.
Raman Singh and officials will be visiting villages and cities till the campaign ends on March 31.
The ministry directs states to fast-track work so that all cities have solid waste treatment facilities by Oct 2 next year.
Though Internet has the potential to lower the bar for what constitutes ‘activism’, one cannot discredit its power.
The first woman private detective in the country feels she is being ‘victimised’ for obtaining CDRs.
With a smiling face and gentle but firm words, the judge has been heading a bench that has family feud cases lined up before it.
Come March 25, Asia’s largest tulip garden overlooking the Dal Lake in Srinagar will be thrown open to gawking visitors.
As many as 3,000 unrecognised schools are currently operational in the city with over 10 lakh student enrolment this year.
The CHRI celebrated its 25th anniversary this week with a two-day film festival and musical soiree.
Overwhelmed by the response to his event, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has decided to continue his outreach.
The PWD has modified rules to introduce a time bound clause for laying down water and sewer lines.
The app will assess the extent and type of damage to the structure based on an uploaded photograph.
Urea use has gone up by a whopping 800 per cent in the last 50 years and a major cause of nitrogen pollution.
Women paint fellow women in a feminine stance that sparks the inherent shakti in them.
The reel of stories play out memories that each one of us have lived through the course of life.
The defence forces told a parliamentary standing committee that most of its weapons and equipment are obsolete.
In the past five years 200 to 250 students a year have benefited from the non-NET fellowship which is Rs 8,000 a month.
Many of these projects inaugurated by the Chief Minister and his ministers are far from complete.
Multi-pronged treatment needed; acceptance of issue first step towards better health.
The Suchitwa Mission has roped in Bevco as part of a larger campaign to deal with the menace of plastic wastes.
According to environment activists, some agencies in Kerala are exporting dried shark fin categorising it as dried fish.
The farmers are facing skin-related issues due to contact with the pink bollworm and the synthetic pesticides.