Adityanath praised the information department for coming up with the digital directory app and said that it will help people connect to their representatives
Last week, over 100 ex-bureaucrats had written an open letter to UP CM saying that new anti-conversion law had turned the state into “the epicentre of politics of hate, division and bigotry".
The Aam Aadmi Party has challenged the Uttar Pradesh government to show its track record on education and other aspects in the last four years.
Allahabad HC seeks Uttar Pradesh government's stand on setting up special courts to try cases of human trafficking
The court issued notice to the government on the plea filed by civil society, Gudia, working among the victims of human trafficking for prostitution.
Maharashtra parties smell conspiracy, advise him to secure his state
The SIT which probed the Bikru killings recommended action against 75 district-level officials of which 40 are police personnel.
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde was critical of some media reports of November 16 and termed them 'unfair', observing that they said that the apex court denied relief to the journalist.
In Uttar Pradesh, the result of the seven assembly seats could potentially be seen as a mini-referendum on the performance of the three-and-a-half-year-old Yogi Adityanath government.
Hathras gang-rape case: Three-layered security provided to victim's family, witnesses, UP govt tells SC
In the affidavit, the UP government said that it is committed to providing complete security to the family of the victim and witnesses to ensure fair and free investigation.
The 19-year-old Dalit woman from Uttar Pradesh's Hathras had died at Delhi's Safdarjung hospital on September 29.
UP govt trying to hide truth: Kanimozhi to lead DMK's march to demand justice for Hathras rape victim
DMK President M K Stalin alleged that the safety of minorities, woman and the members of SC/ST community in Uttar Pradesh was 'generally a question mark.'
Sudhindra Bhadoria said that CBI enquiry was demanded into the incident by BSP supremo Mayawati but she wanted it under the supervision of the Supreme Court Judge.
The new guidelines will come into effect from October 15 while the festival season will kiCk off with Navratras from October 17.
The Delhi Police detained and booked around 182 protestors including political leaders, activists and students from various organisations and universities.
In the moments preceding the cremation, a brother of the woman told PTI: "Police have forcibly taken the body, and my father along with them for cremation..."