The leaders said that the rally was just the beginning of many such demonstrations to be held across the country
The meeting was organised
The US could "conceivably" remain party to the Paris climate agreement, President Donald Trump has said.
The ordnance factory at Bhandara has been waiting for new equipment that will enable it to arm the Indian troops better, but the Ministry of Defence has chosen short-term measures instead of fixing the problem that has grave consequences for India’s national security.
Pravasi Bandhu Welfare Trust (PBWT) has requested Indian Government to change the eligibility to obtain Aadhaar card to all Indian citizens irrespective of the residential status and permit NRIs also to take Aadhaar card.
After the success of Mint Revolution, India’s leading scientific research agency, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), is aggres
The Indigenous Peoples’ Front of Tripura (IPFT) is mulling the possibility of forming an alliance with the BJP, keeping aside their demand of separate Twipraland for tribals in the upcoming Assembly elections.
The Left alliance’s Party Unification Coordination Committee is likely to form two joint task forces on January 9, to work on the unified party’s structure and political ideology, according to The Himalayan Times.
Amid growing criticism against the Central Government and authorities of Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on its move to file FIR against The Tribune journalist, Union Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday said the Government is committed to freedom of press.
Calling the registration of a cheating case against The Tribune, its Jalandhar-based reporter Rachna Khaira, and others as a direct attack on the freedom of the press, members of the Chandigarh Press Club and others from the media fraternity carried out a protest in the city on Monday.
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on January 7, said that no body could stop legal business of beef.
A Special CBI court on January 6, awarded three and a half years of imprisonment and imposed a fine of Rs five lakh on former Bihar Chief Minister and RJD chief Lalu Prasad in a case related to the fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 89.4 crore from the Deoghar treasury.The court of special CBI judge Shivpal Singh announced the punishment to Yadav under Sections 120B (criminal conspiracy) 420 (cheating, dishonestly),