From Sushma Swaraj, Radha Mohan Singh, Maneka Gandhi to Rajyavardhan Rathore, NDA 2 drops big guns from Modi Cabinet
Modi can have as many as 80 ministers in the 543-member Lok Sabha. As per the Constitution, the total number of Union ministers, including the Prime Minister shall not exceed 15 per cent of the number of members in the Lok Sabha.
Noida village bars BJP workers from entering, labels local MP and Union minister Mahesh Sharma persona non-grata
According to Mahesh Sharma, the protests in Noida village are not against him, but against the state government and the administration.
BJP leaders' sexist jibes against Priyanka Gandhi show ruling party has nothing definite to criticise Congress leader
While the ruling BJP has nothing tangible to corner Priyanka Gandhi, and hence the sexist remarks at her, the Congress too has nothing definite to champion her high-profile polticial debut
Union culture minister Mahesh Sharma dubs Priyanka Gandhi 'Pappi', mocks Rahul's prime ministerial bid
Union minister Mahesh Sharma said, "If Mamata Banerjee dances and Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy sings, who will listen to them? Narendra Modi is far above them."
Sea level is projected to rise by 3.5 to 34.6 inches between 1990 and 2100 leading to inundation.
Despite criticism, Centre lays foundation stone for 'Museum of Prime Ministers' at Teen Murti Bhavan
In a letter to Narendra Modi sent in September, Manmohan Singh had urged him to "leave the Teen Murti Complex undisturbed as it is", reminding him that it is a memorial of our first Prime Minister Pandit Nehru.
Independence Day: 2,500 lamps to illuminate Red Fort from 7.30 pm to 11 pm in run-up to celebrations, says culture ministry
Around 2,500 lamps will illuminate the historic Red Fort from 7.30 pm to 11 pm, starting Friday, in the run-up to Independence Day celebrations, a statement by the Ministry of Culture said.
Buildings collapse in Greater Noida: Death toll at 4, landowner arrested as several still feared trapped as rescue efforts continue
Rescue operations are underway in Greater Noida's Shah Beri village, with fire officials and four National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) team at the spot where two buildings collapsed on Tuesday night.
Centre to act on 'war footing' to preserve Taj Mahal and Yamuna river against pollution, measures include green fuels, ethanol industries
After being rapped by the Supreme Court over the condition of the Taj Mahal, the government on Monday said that it will take action on "war footing" to deal with air and water pollution in and around the world-famous 17th-century Mughal monument.
Narendra Modi's championing of Kabir ironic, given contrast between Bhakti poet's social radicalism and BJP's political vision
Despite outward championing of Kabir, Modi's BJP will find a fundamental contradiction between their political vision and Bhakti poet's social radicalism
Imposition of Governor's Rule will improve situation in Jammu and Kashmir, says Union minister Mahesh Sharma
The Minister of State for Culture Mahesh Sharma while speaking on the sidelines of an International Yoga event said the Governor's rule will improve the conditions of Jammu and Kashmir.
RSS says ongoing meetings with BJP and Union ministers aimed at exchanging ideas, not decision-making
The RSS has said that its ongoing meeting with the BJP and union ministers is not a coordination meeting but an exercise to interchange the ideas.
Narendra Modi to inaugurate Buddha Jayanti celebrations tomorrow, will pay respects to Buddhist relics at IGI stadium
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Buddha Jayanti celebrations organised by the ministry of culture in collaboration with the International Buddhist Confederation (IBC) on 30 April
Unnao gangrape case: HC slams UP govt over delay in Kuldeep Singh Sengar's arrest; FIR registered finally
The FIR itself came days after the Unnao girl tried to self-immolate in front of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's house on Sunday accusing authorities of inaction
Union minister says cotton production nearly doubled since Bt Cotton's introduction in 2002; facts show yields have stagnated
Cotton yields have stagnated in the past decade even as the proportion of Bt Cotton in India's total cotton harvest rose seven times, a FactChecker analysis of government data shows.
The 8th annual vintage car rally was organised in Delhi on Saturday. Organised by 21 Gun Salute Heritage and Cultural Trust, showcased the most beautiful creations from from the world of automobiles
The tourists visiting the Taj Mahal will have to shell out extra from 1 April as the government has decided to introduce Rs 200 charge for seeing the main mausoleum and also raise the entry fee to Rs 50 from Rs 40
Defying global trends, India increases forest cover by 8,021 sq km in two years: State of the Forest Report
The forest and tree cover of the country has increased by 8,021 square kilometres over the last two years, a latest government assessment said on Monday.
Jammu and Kashmir's accession to India was the will of the people of the state, Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma said on Thursday.
Parliamentary panel raps carriers: Airlines will continue to fleece passengers unless flyers boycott them
The Indian MPs sound good to the public like they care but the airlines are not duty bound to listen and would only do so by way of insincere promise to stay in the good books of the Ministry of Civil Aviation.