Jet Airways' employees Union writes open letter; says will never let airline go down, not tolerate casual talk to dismantle it
Lenders of Jet Airways have started the process for stake sale in the cash-strapped carrier.
The new policy could entail provisions for a regulator in the sector dominated by Amazon, Flipkart.
Surveillance is no new issue in India, the desire to control is universal, no matter who is in power.
Centre has agreed to allocate Rs 5,439 lakh to scheme for empowerment of rural women: WCD MoS Virendra Kumar
The Centre has approved Rs 5,439.14 lakh for a new scheme aimed to empower rural women through community participation Virendra Kumar said, Women and Child Development, Minister of State.
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After triple talaq, Centre to oppose 'nikah halala' in Supreme Court, says practice violates principles of justice
The government is to oppose the practice of 'nikah halala' in the Supreme Court, which allows a man to remarry his wife only after the latter is divorced again, when the top court examines its legal validity in the coming days, a senior Law Ministry functionary said on Friday.
Budget 2018 is likely to focus on enhancement of spending rather than a reduction of direct taxes, and therefore, the chances of achieving the fiscal target of 3.2 percent for FY 2017-18 and 3.0 percent for FY 2018-19 appears low
A panel set up by the government has found "serious conflict of interest" in the functioning of the National Skill Development Corporation, recommending that the government review its role and create a strong oversight mechanism
Kulbhushan Jadhav row: Delhi High Court dismisses plea asking to approach ICJ to free former naval officer
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a plea seeking direction to the government to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for securing the release from Pakistan of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.