SC order on migrant workers a welcome move, but with most labourers already ferried home, it has come a bit too late
Supreme Court directive to the Centre and the states on how the migrant workers' reverse migration should be handled is a welcome move
For Narendra Modi's Atmanirbhar Bharat, bureaucrats in state govts must shed colonial mindset, think out of the box
Modi's resolve should be seen in the context of a time when COVID-19 brings a potential change in the world economic order.
Exclusive: India must learn the art of living with coronavirus, says Nitin Gadkari, claims MSME sector can create 5 cr additional jobs
Nitin Gadkari, in conversation with Firstost, says, India must evolve to adapt the art of living with the coronavirus
Narendra Modi's experience of rebuilding Kutch post-2001 earthquake will serve him well in navigating pandemic crisis
In 2004, PK Mishra — who is currently Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi — wrote a book titled The Kutch Earthquake 2001: Recollection Lessons and Insights, which was published by New Delhi's National Institute of Disaster Management
Congress' barbs over migrant workers only partly justified, but Indian Railways lost chance to earn goodwill
Could the Centre or the Railways have borne the full expenses of the tickets? In these critical times, they surely should have done so.
Uttar Pradesh's upcoming airports, large consumer base can attract industries seeking to move out of China, says Sidharth Nath Singh
Sidharth Nath Singh is one of two ministers who are members of a task force headed by the Uttar Pradesh chief minister aimed at attracting investment.
Muslims to observe Ramzan from home, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, slams communalisation of Tablighi Jamaat incident
In a country as vast as India, some incidents of crime take place but to give a communal colour to each of these incidents is wrong, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
In India, the first confirmed case of novel coronavirus was reported on 30 January in Kerala. At the time of writing, there are a total of 13,387 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and there have been 437 deaths
Sonia Gandhi takes moral high ground in letter to Modi, but fails to shed 'entitlement' imbibed in Congress
Sonia Gandhi's letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi was important because it had come after he had called the Congress chief and sought suggestions in this hour of crisis
Coronavirus Outbreak: As end of lockdown approaches, Narendra Modi entrusts states, Cabinet colleagues to figure out road map for way ahead
India has so far been able to contain the pandemic compared to Europe and the US where the novel coronavirus cases have reached alarming proportions
Most of India ignores Narendra Modi's critics, stands in solidarity with prime minister in show of unity on Sunday
India began building quarantine centres, notably by the ITBP and Indian Army, even before the first coronavirus case was reported in the country.
Unmindful of the restrictions in place in Delhi, Tablighi Jamaat went ahead with their huge religious congregation between 13-15 March at Nizamuddin Markaz Masjid
Rerun of Ramayan on Doordarshan during 21-day lockdown period may serve dual purpose; keep people at home, boost Hindutva
The retelecast of the serial comes at a time when the nation is under a 21-day lockdown period, which also coincides with the nine-day Navratra.