Even as 25 Congress MPs were suspended yesterday for disrupting the Lok Sabha, the Congress today continued with its agenda of not letting the Parliament function.
India should create “Abdul Kalam Institute for Aerospace Engineering” as a private research institute supplementing the Aeronautical Development Agency and specialising in the design of the next generation combat aircraft.
While China speedily builds Tibet’s infrastructure (using the perfect excuse of having to cater for millions of Han tourists), India develops its border areas at snail’s pace, struggling to create a semblance of infrastructure.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi made historical announcement when peace accord was signed between National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Isak-Muiva and Government of India.
Lok Sabha has been adjourned for the day after the Speaker suspended 25 Congress MPs for five days.
Kiran Bedi has a terse message to Lutyens Media on Yakub Memon – “What all stakeholders need to remember is if you play with fire your hands too can get burnt”
It is time the Government isolated the Congress’s petulant Leadership by negotiating Parliament impasse directly with Congress CMs and state level leaders who directly stand to lose because of Sonia’s petulance and Rahul’s tantrums.
At the Young Thinkers meet in Pachmarhi, discussions ranged from a debate on the “Great Indian Dream” to a discourse on a pan Indian identity of “oneness” that transcends sectarian fault lines.
These stories explain how Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana is helping people in villages.
The Maharashtra government’s cap on the weight of school bags carried by students, to be 10 percent of their body weight, aims at addressing the health hazards of carrying heavy bags to school regularly.
Anuj Dhar, author of the book ‘India’s Biggest Cover-up’, speaks his mind on government’s reluctance to declassify files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s death.