JD(U) stalwart Nitish Kumar’s apparently candid phraseology in his announcement that he is not in the race for the Prime Minister’s post in 2019 has few takers in his own party.
Maharaj Pandit has worked on Himalayan ecology and its conservation for more than two decades.
Students can now fill Delhi University forms to get admission to St. Stephen’s College and Jesus Mary College (JMC) as the two institutes colleges have agreed to integrate their admission process with
The veterinary department of Municipal Corporation of Delhi is having a tough time tightening the noose on traders running illegal meat business in the city as it has only 15 inspectors against 38 san
Sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra, who hit the headlines by levelling corruption allegations against Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, is now himself on a slippery slope after all his allegations
Before the Big Fat Indian Wedding became part of India-slang the Sikh clergy had issued a diktat in the late 70s that weddings in Punjab should be simple gurdwara affairs with minimum number of guests
With only one month left for International Yoga Day, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has geared up to organise a mega event at Connaught Place.
In Left-ruled Tripura, BJP has resorted to large-scale consolidation and mobilisation of tribal votes ahead of next year’s Assembly elections.
The department came to know about the missing files when an operator told an inspector-level officer that he was appointed in the wing six months ago but had not got his salary.
1,400 staffers of the largest Indian carrier have rejected the ministry’s move to relinquish union posts to focus on safety
Congress is positioning itself as a rallying point for parties to take on ‘Brand Modi’
After making Hindi compulsory for CBSE till class X, the BJP-led Centre has asked all airlines and airports across the country to make available Hindi newspaper and magazines on board and at all airpo
The Centre-state showdown took a linguistic turn when the Trinamool Congress in West Bengal made Bengali compulsory for students of all boards and mediums till Class X.
Child rights panel wants the Centre to provide shoes to students as part of their uniforms
To avoid frequent adjournments in cases, the Ministry of Law and Justice is mooting a scientific method of listing of cases before the court.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking an Indian summer on the world stage.
To commemorate the 18th anniversary of the Kargil War of 1999 and to honour of its martyr Capt. Saurabh Kalia, a war memorial will be built in his hometown Palampur in Himachal Pradesh.
Over 8,000 people skilled in typing and shorthand are under the Madhya Pradesh Police scanner for getting their qualifying certificate via unfair means three years ago.
If anything has changed in the last 25 years for theatre director, Arvind Gaur, it’s this indefatigability to script the most tempestuous social and political realities without trepidation.
The transition from making short films and documentaries to releasing a big feature film has been a surreal one. Ananya Kasaravalli, one of the debutant directors at the
There was recently a big knock of health at Café Delhi Heights and the door was answered with a nourishing embrace.
The factional feud between BJP state President BS Yeddyurappa and Leader of the Opposition in Legislative Council KS Eshwarappa continues to simmer even after the directive from party high command to
The Lieutenant Governor has decided to create a report card of sorts for each MLA by instituting a performance-based award.
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Integrated Case Management System to facilitate speedy disposal of pending cases.
Expulsion of BSP’s Naseemuddin Siddiqui and the tirade he launched against the leadership exposes the inner contradictions of the outfit.
Activist Irom Sharmila will soon marry her long-time boyfriend, Goa-born British national Desmond Coutinho in Kerala, but there is little excitement about it in her home state Manipur.
Raj Gopalakrishnan recently launched Yellout, India’s first video recording and engagement platform for govt and private enterprises.
With summer turning on the heat, Delhi Police’s sniffer dogs will chill out on a 45-day vacation starting May 15.
Stories about water reserves having dried up, crippling lakhs of lives in different parts of the country, including TN, are common in the news these days.