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Aug 22, 2017
AIADMK merger: Deputy CM Panneerselvam allocated additional portfolios of planning, legislative assembyTamil Nadu deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam was allocated additional portfolios on Tuesday, an official statement said.
Aug 21, 2017
DDCA reject Sarandeep Singh's application for chairman of Delhi team's selection committeeSarandeep had written a letter to CAC stating that he would like to become chairman of selectors free of cost.
Aug 21, 2017
Swaraj at 70 Part 6: People's aspirations are no longer limited by age and class, says Ashni BiyaniFirstpost spoke to Ashni Biyani, who has developed a nuanced understanding of the multi-dimensional shifts unfolding in the Indian society.
Aug 13, 2017
Narendra Modi may turn populist, shun major reforms till 2019 general elections: ReportThe Narendra Modi government is unlikely to undertake any major reform in the remainder of its term but may channel its energy to publicise achievements and emerge more people-friendly with lower taxes, says a report.
Aug 07, 2017
With Rajiv Kumar at the helm, NITI Aayog is safe; powerful PMO, swadeshi lobby may pose challenges for himWith a nuanced, rooted belief in free economy and markets, Rajiv Kumar can transform NITI Aayog. But will he now become a yes man? Time alone will tell
Aug 05, 2017
Manipur govt asks female employees to tie rakhis to male colleagues on Raksha BandhanManipur Government issued a circular on Friday asking all government employees to attend office in "traditional attires" to observe Raksha Bandhan
Aug 04, 2017
Donald Trump aide says Statue of Liberty's 'huddled masses' poem has little to do with immigrantsSenior White House aide Stephen Miller told reporters the poem written by Emma Lazarus about the "huddled masses" is not part of original Statue of Liberty
Aug 02, 2017
70 years of Independence: Mapping the policy milestones that shaped the Indian real estate over yearsForeign direct investment (FDI) in real estate was first allowed in the year 2005, which opened up newer ways of funding
Aug 02, 2017
Arvind Panagariya's exit throws up a puzzle: Where is India headed, more reforms or protectionism?If Arvind Panagariya’s exit has to do with making NITI Aayog a more happening place, then there’s some hope; if it has anything at all to do with the swadeshi lobby being unhappy, it doesn't augur well
Aug 01, 2017
Nitish Kumar's new Cabinet has 22 tainted ministers, 3 more than his old govt, reveals reportMore than three-fourths of the ministers in Bihar's new government have criminal cases against them, higher than what it was in the previous 'grand alliance' Cabinet, a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) stated