Jyotiraditya Scindia virtually flags off Alliance Air flight connecting three Northeastern cities to Kolkata
The Alliance Air flight will fly on Kolkata-Guwahati-Aizwal-Shillong route four days a week
Tata Sons wins bid for Air India, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia calls it "a new dawn" for airline
Along with 100 percent stake in Air India, as well as its low-cost arm, Air India Express, Tata Group will have a 50 percent stake in the carrier's SATS Airport Services Private Limited
In a letter to Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, Vijayan said expatriates are one of the most affected sections in the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cabinet reshuffle showed Narendra Modi’s stress on politics of performance, inclusivity and grooming next generation leadership
One of the key mistakes that critics and Modi’s political opponents make is to perceive his governance style as episodic
Modi Cabinet reshuffle: Boosting numbers in Council of Ministers won't help unless members become more proactive
Modi Cabinet expansion: What’s needed is an injection of character and a more hands-off approach by the PMO
The cabinet is going to reshuffle for the first time since 2019 when the Narendra Modi-led government was formed for the second time after 2014
Modi Cabinet reshuffle: Harsh Vardhan, Ravi Shankar Prasad and Prakash Javdekar among 12 ministers who resigned
President of India Ram Nath Kovind, as advised by Narendra Modi, has accepted the resignation of 12 members of the Cabinet including Ravi Shankar Prasad, Prakash Javadekar, and Harsh Vardhan, among others
Modi Cabinet reshuffle: New Council of Ministers younger by three years, to feature 14 ministers under age 50
PM Modi Cabinet Reshuffle: Sources at the government told Firstpost that the incoming Council of Ministers is younger by at least three years
PM Modi Cabinet reshuffle: Thirteen lawyers, six doctors, five engineers and seven civil servants are likely to be a part of the government
'Wish he showed as much concern when I was in Congress': Jyotiraditya Scindia on Rahul Gandhi’s ‘backbencher’ jibe
The Congress leader on Monday told youth wing leaders that had Jyotiraditya Scindia remained in the party he would have certainly become CM but was now a 'backbencher' in the BJP
Tulsiram Silawat and Govind Rajput won the by-polls from Sanver and Surkhi seats respectively. They had been inducted into the Cabinet in April 2020 during the first expansion
However, Scindia immediately amended his sentence and appealed to people to vote for the 'kamal' (lotus) symbol of the saffron party
Madhya Pradesh bypolls: BJP worsened situation in last 7 months, Congress will return to power, says Kamal Nath
To return to power, the Congress has to win all 28 seats going to polls on 3 Nov, while ruling BJP needs nine seats to reach the majority mark of 116 in the 230-strong House
For the first time in the history of the state, as many as 28 Assembly seats are going to bypolls at one go, virtually giving the contest the status of a 'mini Assembly election'
Shivraj Singh Chouhan says Kamal Nath’s ‘item’ remark against Imarti Devi shows Congress’ ‘crooked mentality’
In a complaint to the Election Commission, a BJP delegation accused the former CM, who is pitted against Imarti Devi for the 3 November by-polls, of ‘insulting women and Dalits’
Each vote to Congress will go to making Digvijaya Singh CM by proxy: Jyotiraditya Scindia at poll rally in Indore
Alleging that the Congress betrayed the farmers, Scindia blamed Digvijaya for the previous government's 'failures', adding that Digvijaya held the remote control of then chief minister Kamal Nath
Congress has failed to embrace its rising and fiery nationalism and today, the party has lost touch with the ground so comprehensively that it fails to see that nationalism sweeping through even the urban, English-educated youngsters, a class it had created.
Rahul weighed in on the political developments in Rajasthan after the Congress attacked Governor Kalraj Mishra
Rajasthan political crisis: HC tells Speaker to maintain status quo on disqualification of Sachin Pilot, 18 MLAs till Monday
The high court refrained from interfering in the decision to disqualify Sachin Pilot and 18 other MLAs and will only decide whether the notice issued by the Speaker was right
Kamal Nath to be Leader of Opposition in Madhya Pradesh Assembly; Monsoon Session to begin from 20 July
Nath had to resign as chief minister in March after the Congress govt lost majority with the exit of 22 MLAs who joined BJP with Jyotiraditya Scindia.