Centre bans export of all varieties of onions with immediate effect to curb rising prices, no definite deadline when prohibition will be lifted
The Centre issued a ban on the export of onions with immediate effect on Sunday in a bid to check the rising prices across the country.
Maharashtra election: Shashi Tharoor in Pune recounts mob lynchings of Mohsin Shaikh, Mohammad Akhlaq, Pehlu Khan, asks 'is this our Bharat'
Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor on Sunday condemned the incidents of mob lynchings that have happened "over the last six years", in a veiled attack on the NDA government at the Centre.
Is liberalised remittances scheme becoming too liberal warranting a closer look? It is time govt set new limits
The rapidly increasing outbound remittances peaked to $1.69 billion in July (for a single month) 2019
The Shiromani Akali Dal on Wednesday hit out at Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh over his remarks against party leader and Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, saying his comments reflected his "feudal mindset" of treating women as secondary.
100 days of Narendra Modi 2.0 Updates: Shiv Sena MP's name missing from list of invitees in PM's Mumbai event; MMRDA apologizes for glitch
100 days of Narendra Modi 2.0 Updates: In an apparent glitch by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), Shiv Sena MP Rahul Shewale's name did not appear in the invitation card for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's programme in Mumbai on Saturday, before the mistake was rectified.
Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi completes 100 days in office; ISRO plan to soft land on Moon falters; days's top stories
Urging the ISRO scientists to refrain from being disheartened by the hurdles in the moon mission Chandrayaan-2, Narendra Modi on Saturday asserted that there will be a "new dawn".
Mamata Banerjee slams NDA govt over Chandrayaan 2, calls it attempt to 'divert attention from economic disaster'
Quoting former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Mamata Banerjee said that the Central government should concentrate more on the economy than on political vendetta.
Murli Manohar Joshi says practice of discussions across party lines on national issues is ‘almost over’, urges revival for sake of democracy
The practice of holding discussions which cut across party lines on issues of national and international importance is "almost finished" and there is a need to revive it, veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi said on Tuesday. Joshi made the remarks as he and other leaders paid tributes to senior Congress leader Jaipal Reddy, who passed away in July.
Prakash Javadekar says NDA govt committed to ensuring media freedom, highlights need for self-regulation
Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said the BJP-led government at the Centre was committed to ensuring media freedom and recalled party leaders' fight against Emergency in 1975 to protect press freedom.
Narendra Modi addresses Indian diaspora in France, says terrorism, corruption being effectively tackled in 'new India'
Addressing the Indian diaspora at the UNESCO building in Paris, Modi spoke of his government's decision to bring a law against instant triple talaq and said blessings of crores of daughters will be beneficial for India in the coming centuries.
India's 'no first use' nuclear policy depends on 'circumstances' in future, says Defence Minister Rajnath Singh
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that India follows 'no first use' policy regarding nuclear weapons but said what would happen in future will depend on 'circumstances'
Union minister Mansukh Mandaviya says abrogation of Articles 370, 35A in Jammu and Kashmir has ended 'domination' of separatists
Union minister and BJP leader Mansukh Mandaviya on Monday said that the abrogation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir has ended the "domination" of separatists.
Twitter suspends four accounts for alleged ‘anti-India propaganda’ about situation in Jammu and Kashmir
Four Twitter handles were suspended for allegedly spreading anti-India propaganda on Jammu and Kashmir following a request by security agencies, officials said on Monday.
Manohar Lal Khattar asks Rahul Gandhi to not ‘manufacture statements’, after Congress leader's criticism of his 'Kashmiri brides’ remark
The Narendra Modi-led government's bid that the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A will usher a 'new era of development' in Jammu and Kashmir and will promote women empowerment in the state, is likely to be drowned out by misogynistic statements regarding Kashmiri women from senior BJP leaders like Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
AgustaWestland case: Accused Ratul Puri fails to appear before ED to depose in money laundering case
Ratul Puri, business nephew of Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath, is an accused in a money laundering case related to the AgustaWestland chopper scam.
Narendra Modi to address annual UNGA session on 28 September, likely to attend ‘high-level summits’ on sidelines
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the annual UN General Assembly (UNGA) session on 28 September, according to a provisional list released by the UN of the world leaders scheduled to speak at the 74th session of the United Nations.
Centre likely to extend Parliament session till 2 August to complete legislative business, say sources
Union ministers are in touch with Opposition parties to bring them on board for the extension of the Parliament session.
Members in Lok Sabha on Tuesday raised problems related to agriculture, including the delay in procurement of produce, rise in the cost of inputs, late payment of crop insurance and adversities of weather, and sought steps to increase the income of farmers.
In Modi’s new India, the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid will have as much role in the ambitious march to a $5 trillion economy as the top.