Nritya Gopal Das elected as president of Ram Temple trust, Champat Rai made general secretary during meeting held in Delhi
The meeting was aimed at working out modalities to speed up the construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
Weeks after calling Air India's financial situation untenable, CMD Ashwani Lohani calls rumours of shutdown 'baseless'
Air India chief Ashwani Lohani on Saturday said that "rumours" of the disinvestment-bound airline's shutdown are "all baseless", weeks after he told the Civil Aviation Ministry that the carrier's financial situation was "grossly untenable" for sustaining operations.
PK Mishra takes charge as principal secretary, replaces Narendra Modi’s top bureaucratic aide Nripendra Misra
Former additional principal secretary to Prime Minister, PK Mishra was on Wednesday appointed as the principal secretary to Narendra Modi
Nripendra Misra, Narendra Modi's principal secretary, wants to step down; PM asks him to continue for two weeks
Narendra Modi's Principal Secretary, Nripendra Misra, has expressed his intention to be relieved of his duties, the government said on Friday.
Nripendra Misra re-appointed as Principal Secretary, PK Mishra as Additional Principal Secretary to PM Modi; accorded cabinet ranks
Senior bureaucrats Nripendra Misra and Pramod Kumar Mishra have been given an extension and Cabinet ranks in the Prime Minister's Office indicating continuity in governance at the top level. Misra and Mishra were re-appointed as principal secretar and additional principal secretary respectively.
After a botched attempt to sell Air India in May last year, a panel led by Arun Jaitley had decided in June to scrap the stake-sale plan for the time being
The State Bank of India-led consortium of lenders is working on a resolution plan for the cash-strapped Jet Airways for the last five months.
CBI vs CBI mess paints unflattering image of PMO, sorry picture of the way accountability is fixed at highest levels
This sordid drama strips the CBI of its last vestiges of credibility and integrity.
CBI vs CBI: Alok Verma recommends suspending Rakesh Asthana, but govt mum; sanctity of other probes unclear
Unless the government intervenes immediately, the ongoing war involving two warring factions supported by well-wishers in other agencies is likely to continue.
CBI rift: PMO steps in to secure truce between warring factions led by director Alok Verma and deputy Rakesh Asthana
The PMO decided to move in as previous attempts to reach out to the rivals failed to break the ice
Biplab Deb has demanded additional financial support from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to complete the poll promises made to the people of the state
Chief Justice Dipak Misra likely to meet rebel judges on Sunday to resolve issue; BCI offers to mediate
As the crisis triggered by the revolt of four Supreme Court judges lingered, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and the rebel judges may meet on Sunday to resolve the problems
Attorney General KK Venugopal on Saturday expressed the hope that the crisis in the top judiciary following a revolt by four Supreme Court judges would be "settled"
The CRI guidelines have put a blanket ban on patenting of computer-related inventions unless a 'novel hardware' is also invented, thereby impacting the entire ICT sector and allied industries that contribute immensely to India's gross domestic product (GDP) and generate significant employment
Delhi has a unique position as a Union Territory or as a half state where most of the executive powers rest with the L-G and not with the elected government.
If you thought that RTI queries are only about serious issues, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) just proved you wrong. And how!
Despite the current scenario causing some resentment among ministers, the prime minister and his office reportedly continue to bypass them, often interacting with the bureaucrats in charge of the ministries instead.
In a letter to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, they have also raised security concerns as the jammers could be used to disrupt signals of facilities being used by the government.
In selecting a battle in the TRAI amendment that has little public resonance, the Congress party finds itself isolated in Rajya Sabha.
A bill to remove legal hurdles in the appointment of former TRAI chief Nripendra Misra as principal secretary to the Prime Minister was passed in Lok Sabha.