Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis stated that Jalyukta Shivar Abhiyan is the single-best achievement which would prove to be a game changer for his government. In a detailed interview to Zee 24 Taas, which is his first media interview to mark the completio
more in anger than in reasoned thought and reflection
Firebrand BJP leader Sangeet Som is one of the directors of Al Dua Food Processing Private Limited along with Moinuddin Qureshi and Yogesh Rawat, and bought land for the company with the other two.
The number of appeals and complaints with the CIC, the final appellate authority for the Right to Information Act, plummeted 96 per cent . - The Economic Times on Mobile
"Dadri may have grabbed the headlines, but a series of incidents that the BJP or its affiliates are invilved in point to a political agenda" claims this Economic Times Reporter
BJP's Gau Bansh Vikash Prakastha has filed around 150 FIRs in Kolkata police stations alone against slaughter of cows. - The Economic Times on Mobile
Putting the future of scores of orphans at risk the Missionaries of Charity have sought de- recognition of 13 of its 16 orphanages opposing the new adoption guidelines.
This is what more than 200 "scholars" from all over the world wrote on Mahesh Rangarajan the controversial former director of Nehru Memorial Museum & Library
"The people of the Northeast resent the encroachments on their faith and social mores. Yet there is no united front to counter the Bharatiya Janata Party's increasingly oppressive culture" writes OpEd Columnist in The Hindu
The Council has worked with 12 state governments to train over 1 lakh master trainers to in turn train teachers across India over the past six years. - The Economic Times on Mobile
"The issue is polarizing the country as the family of the man killed by a mob is trying to recover"
?We voted for Lalu from 1990 till 2014 elections. We kept waiting for an approach road all these years,? said Maharaj.
The world's first solar power airport in India's Kerala state is a success, but there are challenges ahead, reports Supriya Menon.
Look at how Reuters frames the Bihar election - "Indian PM Modi campaign promises jobs and development in one of the country's most backward areas, while his right-wing party pushes a Hindu agenda"
Martin Sorrell on NaMo in the Forbes
Abdul Rashid Sheik has a reputation for prodding Hindu lawmakers in India's only Muslim-majority state. Yet even he didn?t expect to get attacked for making a speech.
Why is the Media in India that has been obsessed with the Lynch Mob in Dadri for over a week so scared of turning the heat on Saudi Arabia over the death of more than 80 Indian Muslims ?
Yet again Mr. Arvind Kejriwal has proved that he is no different (if not worse) than other regular Indian politicians, whom he has abused throughout his political career.
In the wake of Dadri incident, Prime Minister Modi today pitched for communal harmony and brotherhood in the country, saying Hindus and Muslims should work together to fight the common enemy of poverty and ignore "irresponsible" statements made by politicians, even if he himself makes any.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the last Parivartan Rally of the day at Nawada, Bihar.
Unless we start to recognize Private Property Rights in the context of Cattle we will fail to bring sanity to this argument between the extremes on Beef.
Western arms lobbyists are not happy with India's decision to replace old MiG-21 and MiG-27 with Tejas fighters. This explains Reuters' cooked story “Modi pushes ‘obsolete' made-in-India plane on reluctant military”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the third Parivartan Rally in Bihar today at Samastipur. He began by saying that in such a hot afternoon he was amazed to see such a huge crowd.
Indian Air Force is celebrating its 83rd anniversary. On the sidelines of the celebrations, Air Chief Marshal has announced the plan to induct women into the fighter aircraft stream.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the second rally in the poll bound Bihar today at Begusarai. Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan also addressed the loudly cheering crowd.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing four election rallies in Bihar today where election is to happen in five phases beginning from 12th of October. PM Modi addressed the first Parivartan Rally of the day at Munger, Bihar.
Referring to the negative impact on Bihar after the Nitish led JD-U split with the BJP, Mr. Sahasrabuddhe said that the administration in Bihar had become lethargic as the officers had lost their motivation.
Nehru's niece Nayantara Sahgal and Ashok Vajpeyi have returned their Sahitya Akademi awards to protest against the government. Respecting their individual choice to do so, we raise few questions on its relevance.
Let's be thankful that there is RSS to do outside the Parliament, what opposition parties should have done inside the Parliament, says Sudhir Bisht.
Why did the Bloomberg choose to run a story of this nature vitiating the India Nepal special relationship relying solely on quotes by Nepal Politicians while failing to assess the ground situation at the various India Nepal custom points ?
While Bengal battles with Didigiri, Dadri obsessed Lutyens Media turns a blind eye to the circumstances that led to the resignation of the State Election Commissioner thus giving a free pass to Mamata on Trinamul's violence.
It defies logic why the Indian Express would go to such lengths to trash a significant behavioural change by the government that saw a majority of LPG Consumers embracing Aadhaar linked DBT in the absence of hard data to back up its second guessing of the government.
On Industry 4.0 the German panelists shared their strategies on nurturing an innovative culture that encourages researchers and scholars to invent ideas and realise them as real world products
Increased BJP vote percentage in Kerala, possibility of SNDP-BJP alliance, and now former ISRO Chairman's support to BJP have got Congress and Left into a tizzy.