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Launch campaign to ensure no poor left out of govt's welfare measures: PM Modi to BJP workers at Jaipur meet
India

Launch campaign to ensure no poor left out of govt's welfare measures: PM Modi to BJP workers at Jaipur meet

Addressing the BJP's national office bearers' meeting in Jaipur via video conferencing, Narendra Modi said that eight years of NDA government have been of fulfilment of the expectations of small farmers, labourers and the middle class

Congress will be 'central pillar' of anti-BJP formation for 2024 polls: Sachin Pilot
Politics

Congress will be 'central pillar' of anti-BJP formation for 2024 polls: Sachin Pilot

Accusing the ruling BJP of diverting people’s attention from the real issues, Sachin Pilot said “some fringe elements” are trying to change the name of some monuments and roads.

UPSC NDA-1 & NA-1 results announced: Check steps to download scores here
India

UPSC NDA-1 & NA-1 results announced: Check steps to download scores here

UPSC has issued a list of roll numbers of the candidates who have qualified to appear for the interview round.

Bihar bypoll: Tejashwi Yadav thanks voters after RJD wins Bochahan Assembly seat by 36,000 votes
Politics

Bihar bypoll: Tejashwi Yadav thanks voters after RJD wins Bochahan Assembly seat by 36,000 votes

While NDA fielded Baby Kumari, RJD offered a ticket to Amar Paswan, son of Musafir Paswan. Geeta Kumari, daughter of former minister Ramai Ram, contested on the ticket of the Vikassheel Insaan Party

Vikram Sampath is just an excuse, the real issue is Left cabal’s last-ditch effort to remain relevant
India

Vikram Sampath is just an excuse, the real issue is Left cabal’s last-ditch effort to remain relevant

The Left-liberal grip may have slackened, but they still call the shots. Remember, how they all ganged up to force Bloomsbury to withdraw a Delhi riots book. And now Sampath is facing a series of coordinated attacks in the name of plagiarism

Watch: Video of NDA cadets singing Bollywood songs amazes social media users
India

Watch: Video of NDA cadets singing Bollywood songs amazes social media users

In the viral video clip, the cadets can be seen singing Bollywood tracks including Raata Lambaya from the movie Shershaah and Chhaap Tilak by Abida Parveen and a few other Hindi songs

How Budget 2022 can help India become propeller of global growth post COVID-19
India

How Budget 2022 can help India become propeller of global growth post COVID-19

Should the government fire on all cylinders, there is every chance that India would be one of the leading propellers of post-pandemic economic growth

Head-on | How Yogi Adityanath’s rise to national prominence has been the outstanding political feature of 2021
Politics

Head-on | How Yogi Adityanath’s rise to national prominence has been the outstanding political feature of 2021

In 2022, India’s chief concerns are principally three-fold: One, controlling the spread of Omicron; two, tackling the malign China-Pakistan terror nexus; and three, forging deep but autonomous alliances with the US-led West

In a first, NDA to admit 20 women cadets next year; Indian Army’s intake to be largest at 10
India

In a first, NDA to admit 20 women cadets next year; Indian Army’s intake to be largest at 10

In September, the Supreme Court had ruled that women be inducted into NDA from this year itself, and not from next year as sought by the Centre.

From pandemic and Pangong to farm protests, how Narendra Modi showed his mettle as prime minister
India

From pandemic and Pangong to farm protests, how Narendra Modi showed his mettle as prime minister

India is well on its way to charting its new place in the world, notwithstanding challenges, criticism and opposition, both at home and abroad

Induction of women in NDA first step towards gender equality in armed forces, says Army chief
India

Induction of women in NDA first step towards gender equality in armed forces, says Army chief

General Naravane said induction of women will empower them and at least 40 years later, they will be in the same position where he currently stands

'Entry of women can't be postponed': SC rejects Centre's plea to allow women in NDA exam from next year
India

'Entry of women can't be postponed': SC rejects Centre's plea to allow women in NDA exam from next year

The court said the armed forces are the best response team to deal with emergency situations and it is hopeful that necessary arrangements will be put in place to pave the way for the induction of women in NDA without delay

National Defence Academy to take in women cadets, Centre tells SC
India

National Defence Academy to take in women cadets, Centre tells SC

The armed forces of the country have to do more on gender equality, a bench comprising Justices SK Kaul and MM Sundresh said

US body hails Indian govt's move to withdraw retrospective tax law
India

US body hails Indian govt's move to withdraw retrospective tax law

Yesterday's Bill introduced by the Finance Ministry will only encourage more international investments into India and is a welcome relief for companies who have long invested in the country

Billie Eilish drops her emotional armour, embraces candour in sophomore album Happier Than Ever
Entertainment

Billie Eilish drops her emotional armour, embraces candour in sophomore album Happier Than Ever

Billie Eilish is clearly not interested in simply replicating the formula that made her debut album such a world-conquering smash — and the emotional turmoil chronicled in these post-fame songs perhaps suggest why.

Day before Parliament's Monsoon session, Narendra Modi chairs meeting of NDA floor leaders
India

Day before Parliament's Monsoon session, Narendra Modi chairs meeting of NDA floor leaders

Leaders of several NDA constituent parties were in attendance. These included Apna Dal leader Anupriya Patel, JDU leader Ram Nath Thakur, AIADMK leader A Navaneethakrishnan, RPI leader Ramdas Athawale and LJP leader Pashupati Paras

George W Bush calls NATO troops pullout from Afghanistan a mistake, says civilians left to be ‘slaughtered’ by Taliban
World

George W Bush calls NATO troops pullout from Afghanistan a mistake, says civilians left to be ‘slaughtered’ by Taliban

The former US president, who had sent troops to Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks, said Afghan women will suffer ‘unspeakable harm’

Monsoon Session of Parliament: Centre lists 17 new bills, including 3 to replace ordinances
India

Monsoon Session of Parliament: Centre lists 17 new bills, including 3 to replace ordinances

One of the ordinances issued on 30 June prohibits any agitation and strike by anyone engaged in the essential defence services

Narendra Modi’s new Cabinet has its task cut out: Ensure Indian economy grows at 8-9%
India

Narendra Modi’s new Cabinet has its task cut out: Ensure Indian economy grows at 8-9%

One of the biggest challenges for the NDA government will be to push deep economic reforms when many Opposition-ruled states are determined to oppose them.

Cabinet reshuffle to take place on 8 July; four ministers from Bihar likely to join Modi govt
Politics

Cabinet reshuffle to take place on 8 July; four ministers from Bihar likely to join Modi govt

Sources told ANI that among the four likely to be included in the Cabinet — two are from JDU, one from LJP fraction group Pashupati Paras, and one from BJP