In effort to boost flagging auto sector, Centre lifts ban on purchase of new cars by government departments
The auto sector is set to get a boost as prime minister Narendra Modi-led central government has lifted the ban on the purchase of new cars for its departments
Paramilitary forces gravely dissatisfied with lack of pay parity as promise of better service conditions remains unfulfilled
Despite the India-Pakistan conflict escalating after the Indian Air Force carried out air strikes in Pakistan's Balakot and additional paramilitary forces being deployed in the Kashmir Valley to quell any insurgency, the issue of pay parity among Indian security forces continues to simmer.
The body of an Indian Army soldier with a gun shot wound in the head was found on Monday morning in Manipur's Bishnupur district
Rajnath, who is on a three-day visit to Sikkim, reached the headquarters of the 36th battalion of SSB and took stock of the situation along the international border.
The Haryana government, this time, while dealing with the second round of the Jat agitation seems to have taken a lesson from the Prakash Singh Committee report that had strongly criticised the state government for its administrative failure in tackling the riot caused by the Jat agitators in February that claimed 30 lives.
EC asks its officials to ensure deployment of central paramilitary forces at all Bihar polling stations
The Election Commission on Monday asked its officials to ensure deployment of central paramilitary forces (CPMFs) at all polling stations in Bihar.
The Chief Minister said that the state government has instructed Army, paramilitary forces and police to take all possible action.
Lakhs of personnel from across paramilitary forces are unable to exercise this constitutional right during every election.
In opposition to the Election Commission, the state government said that law and order in the state was good and panchayat polls would be held peacefully.