Days after he said that social divisions affect the trajectory of development, Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian today declined to answer a question on the beef ban controversy saying he did not want “to lose my job”.
Bihar's electorate has sent Prime Minister Narendra Modi a message: "Put an end to hatemongering", said The New York Times on Tuesday.
Poets, theatre artists, political leaders took part in the protest programme where speakers railed against recent examples of intolerance and unfair political intrusion into the common man's life
This is a very serious issue. This is Kerala House. It is not the property of the central government. The centre should apologize,
RSS mouthpiece Panchjanya’s latest cover story defends the killing of Akhlaq Saifi, 52, in Dadri on the night of September 28 over what was allegedly beef in his refrigerator.
Twenty four hours after saying Muslims can live in India but they must stop eating beef, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar was forced into such a tough corner by the Opposition backlash, he offered his "regrets", as the Centre sidestepped the issue.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has told The Indian Express that Muslims can live in the country but they will have to give up eating beef because the cow is about faith, not food.
The family of Mohammed Akhlaq, the man who was clubbed to death on September 28 over rumours of eating and storing beef, has no plans to permanently shift from Bisara where it has lived for five generations
Self policing on how much beef you eat is more than just about religion, culture or even cholesterol. There’s a new cool to going easy on beef - it’s climate change.
Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has said in an interview to The Indian Express that there is no “alternative” to Prime Minister Narendra Modi “for the next 10 years”. This is Sayeed’s first interview seven months after he took over as CM.
In comments set to embarrass the Narendra Modi government days before it completes a year in office, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday said "those who cannot survive without eating beef, should go to Pakistan."
Abbatoirs across the state have put operations on hold as they await clarity on what to do next.