Maratha quota: Maharashtra govt says SBCC surveyed 43,629 households before assessing demand for reservation
The Maharashtra State Backward Class Commission (SBCC) surveyed 43,629 households before submitting its report on the social and economic conditions of the Maratha community, which has been demanding reservation.
Law to construct Ram temple possible, govt has scuttled court processes before, says retired SC judge J Chelameshwar
Citing other instances of the court's decisions being scuttled by the legislative process, former Supreme Court judge Jasti Chelameswar said the Parliament can pass a law for Ram temple while the matter is in the Supreme Court
Job crisis in Uttar Pradesh: 3,700 PhD holders, among other over-qualified candidates, apply for peon jobs
The post which requires a minimum eligibility of Class 5 has now applicants which include 3,700 PHDs holders, 50,000 graduates, 28,000 post graduates in Uttar Pradesh
Donald Trump wants the US military to create a new 'space force' to go along with the current ground, navy and air forces
Since taking office, Trump has frequently touted his support for the US military and placed high-ranking generals in top White House and cabinet posts.
The sarod maestro also tagged External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in his tweets. Till this report was filed, the minister has not responded to his tweets.
The Delhi government on Monday detailed the state transport services being put into force in order to minimise inconveniences for commuters as they roll out the odd-even formula in the city, starting 1 January 2016.
Pakistan's former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's son has been booked in a murder case after his security guard allegedly shot dead a young biker for not clearing the way for "VIP movement" in Lahore.
Almost every foreign leader is quizzing their Indian counterparts about Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party -- and its potential impact on the upcoming general elections.