Digvijaya Singh slams BJP govt over P Chidambaram's arrest, says Centre is implementing 'Gujarat model of governance'
Digvijaya Singh accused the BJP government at the Centre of implementing the 'Gujarat Model of Governance' where innocents are framed in 'false' cases.
Rahul Gandhi attacks Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal in tweet, says while Delhi CM sits on dharna, PM turns blind eye
As Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's weeklong protest at Lieutenant General Anil Baijal's office entered the eighth day, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi tweeted about it blaming both, Kejriwal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for the ongoing standoff.
Venkaiah Naidu asks political parties to not politicise GST, urges Indians to be prepared for initiative
Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu Thursday advised political parties not to politicise GST, saying the country was bound to benefit hugely from the tax initiative in the long run.
Hundreds of Bhartiya Kisan Sangh farmers, demanding loan waiver, among other things, launched an indefinite 'mahapadav' (sit-in) at eight cities in Rajasthan on Thursday.
Assam govt makes Sanskrit compulsory in schools: Amid protests, literary groups threaten statewide agitation
Assam minister Pramila Rani Brahma has come out in support of banned outfit Ulfa (I) chief Paresh Barua’s demand of not making Sanskrit compulsory in schools
Gurmehar Kaur and Ramjas College row: Chaos at India's campuses are engineered by ABVP, indulged by govt
But these are not normal times. And that perhaps explains why Union minister Kiren Rijiju has obliquely chosen to defend those threatening Gurmehar Kaur, daughter of an Army Captain who died fighting militants in Jammu and Kashmir, after Kaur launched a social media campaign against the RSS-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) following last week’s violence in Delhi University’s Ramjas College.
Amit Shah exclusive: 'If Rahul Gandhi had a son he would be Congress president, that's dynasty politics'
In an interview with Network 18 Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi, BJP President Amit Shah talks about BJP's strategy for Assembly elections and his vision for 2019.
Modi's late night announcements have become ominous now. All eyes will be on him when he will be addressing the nation at 7.30 pm on New Year's eve. Meanwhile, the Opposition parties — sometimes united and most often fractured — have trained their guns on the government.
The BJP-led Maharashtra government has chosen acting Advocate General Rohit Deo as its next Advocate General, nine months after his predecessor Sreehari Aney quit the post following a huge row triggered by his espousal of statehood for the Vidarbha and Marathwada regions.
President of Swaraj India, Yogendra Yadav after launching his new ‘Halla Bol’ campaign against black money, on Tuesday tweeted about the ill-preparedness of demonetisation.
The country’s bizarre fascination for the word ‘strong’ is going strong. Count the number of times it comes on your television screen, particularly after Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes a statement, and you realise the fascination borders on the pathological.
The Congress said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's comments on Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan were an attempt to whip up jingoism.
The Centre plans to remove around 20 of the 106 Maoist-affected districts from the Red Corridor list.
In the week since Pinarayi Vijayan of the Left Democratic Front took over as the Chief Minister of Kerala, he has made all the ‘right’ noises.
Twenty-four more names from the film fraternity including noted filmmakers Kundan Shah, Saeed Mirza and writer Arundhati Roy on Thursday returned their National Awards in support of protesting FTII students and against the growing environment of intolerance in the country.
Backing writers and others over the issue of "growing climate of intolerance" in the country, music maestro Zubin Mehta on Saturday said government should not ostracise them as doing so would amount to "cultural dictatorship".
More scientists voice concern over 'erosion of reason', appeal to people to raise voice against intolerance
After a group of scientists petitioned President Pranab Mukherjee against intolerance in the country, more of their ilk have joined the protest voicing concern over "ways in which science and reason are being eroded."
Seeking their "promised dues", ex-servicemen across the country on Monday began their relay-hunger strike demanding that the government announce a date for the introduction of the 'One Rank One Pension' policy.
Even as ex-servicemen held protests over delay in non-implementation of the 'One Rank, One Pension' scheme, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday sought to assuage their concerns, saying the "promises" made will be kept and that they should be "patient".
In a new intensified effort by the Modi government to crack down on internet porn the CBI on Friday arrested an alleged porn kingpin from Bengaluru in connection with its probe into obscene MMS clips being circulated on social messaging platforms.