Priyanka Gandhi invites BJP’s Anil Baluni for tea ahead of vacating Lutyens’ bungalow, claims source
The Congress leader has been given a 1 August deadline to vacate the bungalow after her security cover was downgraded last year
Lutyens 'secret keeper' and lobbyist Deepak Talwar under scanner for links with politicians, 'illicit' aviation deals
Deepak Talwar is in the custody of the Enforcement Directorate till 12 February, being confronted with voluminous documents linking him top politicians and businessmen. He is believed to have links with fugitive Vijay Mallya in a money laundering case.
A dust storm hit Delhi on Friday evening, plunging the city into darkness and throwing traffic out of gear in parts of the national capital
President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday became the new occupant of the iconic Rashtrapati Bhavan, the nearly 90-year-old edifice whose architectural grandeur was magnified during the term of his predecessor Pranab Mukherjee through various restoration projects.
AAP in arms: Mahesh Sharma gets Kalam's bungalow, Delhi minister criticises relocating late Prez' belongings
Tourism and Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma has been allotted the bungalow of former President APJ Abdul Kalam, a move severely criticised by AAP, which said Centre has "insulted" the late President by not converting his residence into a 'Knowledge Centre'.
The year 2014, that way, was also a gossip geek's dream year. Why, you ask? We list the reasons here.
PM Modi, who has found admirers among world leaders, is likely to reach out to leaders within the country as well.
He's back. Arun Jaitley is back from a six-month-long health related absence. And he's returned to sharp headlines about U-turns and India needing a full-time defence minister. Now Jaitley seems to be striking back at his detractors through two magazine stories about the importance of being Arun Jaitley.
Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate the newly created museum in the Presidential Estate to mark his second year in office on Friday, in pursuit of his idea of bringing his residential abode closer to the public.
The big question is: will Modi and Kejriwal succeed in their respective missions? There are no magic wands in politics and electoral arithmetic can often be far more complex than voter chemistry.
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