Governors must loathe appearing as agents or appointees of the Central Government if they are to maintain their impartiality and the confidence of their ministers
IPL 2020: BCCI receive central government's formal approval; likely to announce new title sponsors by 18 August
The IPL boss also said that BCCI, in all likelihood, will announce the tournament's new title sponsors by 18 August. There will be a seven-day window for interested companies to submit the bid.
No process in vaccine development trials will be skipped, but approvals to carry out multiple phases of trials parallelly may be given.
Sports minister Kiren Rijiju says government had to be careful to ensure athletes remain free from COVID-19
Plans are in place to start outdoor training in premier centres in India later this month and sports minister Kiren Rijiju said the government had to tread a careful path to ensure that athletes remained free from COVID-19.
Coronavirus Outbreak: List of all State, Union territories helplines, Whatsapp chatbots, COVID-19 tracking map
The government of Indian, along with the Ministry of health and welfare have been updating the public with information regarding the pandemic.
Looking for Coronavirus test centres near you? List of private, government testing sites in all States, Union Territories in India
The ICMR and the Ministry of Health have opened testing sites across the country and are adding more centres to its list.
Delhi, famous for resembling a gas chamber during winter, reeled under emergency levels of air quality las year.
Border Guards Bangladesh chief says NRC is 'completely internal affair' of Indian govt, lauds cooperation with BSF
The process of creation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) is completely an "internal affair" of the Indian government and the cooperation between the border guarding forces of the two countries is very good, the chief of Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) said
OCI cardholders facing major problems travelling to India, forced to return mid-way, prominent Indian-American tells Ambassador
As a result, a large number of Indian-Americans are being forced to cancel their trips to India and in many cases they have been forced to return mid-way from places like Dubai
Brussels-based NGO uncovers 265 fake news websites serving 'Indian governmental interests'; portals linked to NGO behind MEPs visit to Kashmir
A Brussels-based NGO on Wednesday reported that over 265 fake local news websites in more than 65 countries across the world were being controlled by an 'Indian influence network'
World Immunisation Day 2019: As effect of many childhood vaccines wears off, let’s have look at vaccines one should get as an adult
We all know about childhood vaccines, one of the best ways to prevent infectious diseases in the community. But what many of us don’t realise is that effect of many of these vaccines wears off eventually
The disabled and people over 80 years of age can now cast their vote through postal ballot, the government said on Saturday, in a move that will help increase voter turnout.
Masked volunteers carrying rainbow banner disrupt London event criticising abrogation of Article 370 in J&K
A group of volunteers wearing masks and carrying a rainbow banner representing the LGBTQ community disrupted an event hosted at SOAS University of London.
Adivasis and the Indian State: Stereotyped as 'primitive' and 'savage', tribal communities fight for right to choose social, cultural, land-owning systems
Adivasis or indigenous people are the descendants of those who inhabited the region since before the time when people of different cultures and geographical regions arrived. Our communities have languages, religions, cultural, social, economic and political systems of our own, that rest on the pillars of our jal, jungle, jameen (water, forest, land.) Each Adivasi community is distinct and unique; and firmly believe that the community collectively is steward of the jal, jungle, jameen.
WhatsApp had implemented a 'frequently forwarded' tag for messages that have been forwarded more than four times.
These plans by the government reportedly stem from the ongoing US-China trade war.
The centre will go paperless with the registration of the vehicles from 1 October 2019
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that the Indian pilot is being released on today.
Govt says WhatsApp needs to bring in accountability and facilitate enforcement of law.
Supreme Court collegium under fire: Read why Justice Chelameswar's strong dissent in 2015 order on NJAC is relevant today
The Supreme Court collegium's recommendation to promote two High Court judges to Supreme Court and Centre's subsequent nod which came at "great speed" has been criticised severely.